Issue 18 and Volume 1878 1.

A CALL FOR THE JOURNAL. A $60,000 fire occurred in Fulton Street Monday night, destroying the building No. 174, occupied as a paint and oil store, a printing office and a bookbindery. The interior of the building was totally destroyed, and there will be but little salvage on the contents. The rear of this building abuts the JOURNAL office, and the Firemen found it necessary to run a line of hose through our establishment in order to reach the burning building. They spilt some water around our premises, but did not do much damage. On coming to the office next morning, we found Capt. Wilson, of the Insurance Patrol, had spread his tarpaulins over our desks, and other property, and generally taken possession of our effects. This is the second time he has done this in the brief four months during which the JOURNAL has been one of the recognized…

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