Pittsburgh Mystery in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
16 Apr 1845

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16 Apr 1845

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Pittsburgh Mystery (Newspaper) - April 16, 1845, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaCd of he Lown. I lie Jos lest loss Wasin the doubts Iron work with Vury 1 Lew exceptions All the inhabitants were operatives in of dependent on the Mills and boundaries and by this of airily bund teds of them Are horseless and a con a word. I j he destruction in tins Waul nearly the oldest part of the City and one of the i most populous of the live wards is com plots and overwhelming. It is left almost. Without inhabitant Only two or three i dwellings remaining. Pvt let morning and at noon the streets of this Ward were thronged with a crowded Ami Busy population numbering some thousand touts �11 the evening not a single inhabitant was left on its de nut streets and squares and ruin stalked nearly ail the goods and household property in this Ward were lost i Ite lire Meed Aith such fury and the distance necessary to move was so great that the frightened and Hying inhabitants had Only time to depart with one Load upon their backs or Iti such conveyance As they could procure Ata not Nenis a warning anti to return and Fimi their houses i flames and inaccessible thu More Complete destruction of any Ward we think was never known. From the chronicle. Belott we have Given n list of the sufferers by the fire so fur us we Huye been Able to ascertain them. We do not give the amount of losses As it is impossible As yet to ascertain them with any degree of the losses of different individuals Aoi companies vary from a Small amount to ��?~200,000, Marty have lost ,�20,000, �30,000 Ami us on to �60,000 and �1 0,000. The Monongahela Bridge which was built at a Cost of More than �100,000, was totally destroyed in ten minutes and some Alto watched it say in even less than this Short wholesale Groce s Ami commission merchants m. Allen. Co., water. Atwood. Jonesco water. A Huelen front John Bell i Smithfield. J w Butler front St. W 11 Campbell amp co front St. George Cochran Wood is. .8 Cutlbert Wood St. Jacob horse tit k. Co whiter St damaged. King amp. Holmes Wood St. Quot l. Hutchison so co water St w so f Kelly front St. Beter Peterson Cor. Front and Smithfield its. Poin Dexter co., water St. J w Bur Bridge so co., water St. Church so. Carothers water St. Win p Young water St. Isaiah Dickey it co., Wood St. Hallman Jennings so co., Wood St. Joshua Lianna water St. Who Holmes amp co., Corner Market and front St. W j Howard amp co., Wood St. M b Klutey so co., water St. Robertson is Lieppert 2ml St. 8 f von Bon Viorst l1 rout St. L so j d Wick Cor. Wood and water its. Wiliams and dil Worth. w in Wilson Wood St. G a. Berry Black amp Mckee Wood St. Oliver Blackburn water and Smithfield . J g Davis water St. English Gal higher so co., Wood St. Wood is. Tassey so Best Wood St. J p Hanna Wood St. Samuel Keller front St. J parkeco., 2m St. R d Miller Market St. Clark so thaw. Jle Lail grocers j w Baxter front anti Smithfield a St. F handers Smith died St. I c Martin water St. Van Kirk air co., water St. Smith Tlell Street George Williams John Green j g bisher. J ii Gallagher j Jones. A Kirkwood j n bails an John Forsyth ban Kin so cohort w Perkins w Arm paper stores. Ill Tiship and a town Wood Street. J Howard so co., Wood Street. Confectioners Anil Bakers. J. Lafery. Water Street j. Wolf Grant Street. J. Blaek fourth and Smith Tofiel j. U. U. Curies. Water Street. John my Cormier. Second Street and Cherry al a. Fogle second Street. David a Johnson Market Street. Iron and Nail manufacturers. Stockton so co. First Street Spang so go water Street Bailey Brown so co. It let Street. By sell Semple so Stephen a i lord Street. Edward , a a i b a Liiri Street. Edward Hughes Wood St. Mrenza Sterling Wood Street. Shoen Torger so co., Wood Street. . Storb the largest and most splendid hotel in the West with a its furniture building and furniture costing at least �200,000. Is in ashes. The Western University a Large Stone Structure on third St. Was totally destroyed. The Globo Cotton factory owned by a Wood and co. The fire Many a insurance 0trice. The mayors office tombs merchants and Board til Trade Reading booms its Strong g Fry so sons Jas Blaek Alex Day 4th St. W Glenn Boss St. T w so Ait a Wood St Jeffi Fleur. Boss and 2ml. J. Dugan Cor. Grant and 2ml. J. Grant and third St. W. Cannon 2nd and Cherry Alley. Hubert m Cran Cor. 3d St. And Cherry Alley f. Ups til Smithfield St. Peter so Way Cor. Ferry and 2nd St. John Lawton Market St. Druggists. Ogden amp Snowden Wood and 2nd Hies and valuable Library Philo Hall,5. To Pitirick water and Smith All in one building. Bunk of Pitts-1 a so Jwj a Kidd is co Wood amp 4th its. Ii ii Mccullough Wood so Burgh chronicle office. Exchange of files of messes. Sibbett and Jones Allen Kramer and win. A. merchants hotel Wood Eagle hotel third Street. Glass works of in Kweli and pears a foundries of messes. J. Anderson ind son a. Livingston and scale factory also new and extensive 4th . J. Schoon Matlum is co., Wool St. K e Sellers Wool St. In Hole Sale and Jle Lail dry goods merchants. G and e Arthurs Cor. Grant Anil 2nd St. Win Bell and sons Wood St a Murphy Jones and Wilson Woodst. _ Semple and Barker Woodst. James steel works and conch Spring Manu Ulack Wood St. J Robinson third factory i messes. Jones is Quigg ust about going into lolling Mill and Nail factory of messes. Freeman is co., Kensing Ott called the Dallas Iron works Bass works of messes. Miller is co. American hotel Corner of third is unit Fiehl its. Smith Leid hotel Orner of second and Smith tical its. Furdock a Hughes and Wilson Siverns and the win. Tell tavern on Vaters. Associate reformed Church n fourth St. Baptist Church Eor or of Grant and third its. Woods rework. Robertson and he part s in Mill. African Metis atlist Church rout St. Scotch Hill Market House Niton a Bell and brass Uston House. Gwyn pm a a telcy s Ard Oil factories. If ski rubber factory of. G. Morgan and Cherry Alley. Mrs. Greer Grant St. Oil Jann factories. M Etley Market St. J a i so 2nd St. Hardware merchants. Wood St James m Cooper and Cameron a Henderson and Nelson and Morgan. Manufacturers t Cartwright Walker and Wood a a a partially. Queens Are merchants. Henry Ili by Wood and front its. James Park and co., 2ml Street. Booksellers stationary and a a stores. Johnston is Stockton Market St. A Kay. Wood Street. J. W. Cook Cal oif Ioe fourth Street. Wool merchants. ,Wood Street. A a , Storb a a us a Tyml Waler Kensington Mill. Wool Edwards my Knight Wood Street j. A. Stockton front Street. Foundries John Anderson so son water Street w. I m cd m a Wood Street. Robinson so Mims Wool Street. S Cuthbert Wood w. I Livingston so o Vel Alan if a Lares. Nelson amp Morgan. Wood Street. Jacob Berger and son Wood Street. Cotton factories. Wools Poindexter co., Globo factory ferry and second. Chandlers and soap boilers. It o Sawyer so sons wami Street a .5. J Wilson Cor Seeona anti Hess. Tin Copper and Sheet Iron Alm vac hirers John Dunlap Market Street. Howard Rogers Wool Street Kean Keiler front Street. A t. Kit kaid second St John to my Williams Wood Street Witt b. Eaife Wood Street sheriff amp shirk. Market Street. Iron Safe manufacturers John Denning third sired Constable amp Burke second Street. Glass . Bake Well amp pears Wood so 2d Street. Curling. Robertson so co., front mar Ket. M.,so u h. Sweeny Wood Street. 0, Jyh Metaj third Street. S. Mkee co. 2d Street Vood Street. A Kennedy co., Wood Street. Geo. Beale Cor. 2d and Market streets. Geo. Beale Wood Street. Gillespie co., Wood Street. J. J. Morgan fourth Street win. C. Wall fourth Street. Kuhn so grieves Wood Street. Wholesale and Jle Lail Lpool and shoe stores. George Allen Wood Street m Curdy so Loomis Wood Street. J. Bates Wood St George m clean water Street. H. Perry. Fourth Street. B. Perry. Wood Street a Rutledge Wood Street. H. Esh end third Street. J. Findley Grant Street. J. Ken tree. Grant Street. J. Campbell. Water Street. A Koehler front Street. A Mil Ler. Third sited. D. My Glone. Grant Street. James Polan front and ferry its. N. Shaw Similt Feltl Street. W. Glossy fourth Dree. D. Clark Market Street Witt m in ton Market Street t. Graham Smith died Street. To Rose w. Steel 4th Street. Win. Dunn third Street Kelly third Street. Win Hubbard third Street -�?.Tertian, fourth Street p. Walder Wood Street win. Young Seemol St get. J. Ships third Street. A Malone Grant Street. Hotels anti Coffee houses. Monona Tiitola House. Water and Smith a merchants hotel third and Wood. American Unte thud anti scotch Hill hotel Grant Street. South Ward House Grant Street win. Tell House water Street. Pennsylvania hotel second and Ross. Western Exchange Market Street. Of Hughes tavern water Street. Bulls head tavern second Street Union Hall watershed american Star. Third Street. Eagle hotel third . Said s tavern. Wood Street. Rialto fret Kimg House. Third Street. Smith wild. W. Carrol water Street. A Copper water Street. W. Davis Smithfield Street h land Wlter Market Street. Geo. Beale Market Street. Coi. W i ifs Marker Street. J. G. Caritas. Water St. Bell and bras founders. John Dixon co., Cherry Alley. A. Fulton second Street. A Mcdonald third Street. Sheriff and Gallaher first Street. White Lead manufacturer. Ogden Snowden second Street. Gregg Sion front and Wood. Ii. J. Phillips Wood Street. Medical a agencies. Alexander Jaynes third Street. Livery stable. J. So j. Homes third Street. I. Fenlon front Street. K u h Patterson fourth Street. Rody Patterson Diamond Ailey Moses Blasdel third Street. Cabinet a a chair Muk trs Davit so Asper. Second Street j. Irwin fourth Street. S. Bullord second Street j. R. Heartley fourth Street. E. Fourth Street. A Kane or. Third Street. Lemon so Powers fourth Street. A. Miliiken Smithfield Street John me Farlund second Streu Alex. Mccurdy third Street. Geo. Singer fourth Street. A Tindle amp co second Street. Hora Tio. Young third Street. S. Allinder second Street j. Lowry second Street. J. And j. W. Wood Well to Laird Street do. Do. Physicians Geo. D. Bruce Street Thomas Burrell third Street. Samuel Dilworth second Street Jacob Zimmet second Street. C. Edrington fourth St. J. H. Bowler third Street. Geor a Hays Grant Street. Ii. Wright Grants. S. R. Hotties second Street up Tibbets second Street. Barbers and air dressers. John Curtis third Street. A. Ferguson Moon Sahelu House. Charles Jones third Street. Ii. Vets lion third Sinet. A Kune great Street. C. Archer Smithfield Street Gau Gardner or Sinit hailed si., h. Vas Htut to Laird St i. Anderson. Wood Street p. Blackson Vood Street d Jones water Street. Loci Smith it Sanders Smithfield Musotic front do t Arnold merchant tailors and clothing stores a water St.,Cooley amp Laird suit Omar fourth St win. Bleed and we. Seely Wood St., d. Bruek chef s Stoner Yvo Leonard Fcsec-ondst., David Kinkead w Whitaker Smith Ifield St., j Green j Mcfarland. A Ferguson i Williams a Petrie Hildebrand p Owens third St win b. Roath amp son Exchange Ihram or Wood and third St., w a Hill Wood St. Sibbett amp Jones Wood and 4th St. Wiitk-woukers�?11 c Townsend Market St Boa Rhino houses third St., f k Dravo mrs. Brown Grant St., e a Atterbury a Ingoldsby mrs Monfurd front St., j Craighead second so mrs Matthews or Jacobs f g Kook fourth St., mrs. A Lottie mrs Oliver ferry St., mrs Hagan. Blacksmith pc Barnett fourth St. N Bigley water St ii. Jackson third St. Upholsterers win Noble flt de Mun Dishi Wood St. Newspaper offices daily morning chronicle Iron City count Erfe t Detector fourth St. Presbyterian and Incato protestant unionist the preacher third St. Literary Institute Baldwin Institute Market St Franklin Institute tight run society fourth St. Tobacco and Star manufacturers we Alexander de my Cinley water Street e Day Wood St b f Kuhn front St. Vein v Diehl 4th St. G Wilson Market St. H c mar thens Smithfield St

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