Answers to Inquirers.

Issue 26 and Volume 1878 1.

Answers to Inquirers. OLD FIREMAN.—Your communication was delayed. Let us hear from you often. CHARLESTON—H. Clay Sexton is the name of the Chief of the St. Louis Department. OMAHA.—William Jeffers, manufacturer of Hand Engines, is located at Pawtucket, R. I. VICTIM.—The man was an impostor. Every agent for the JOURNAL has written authority to transact business in its behalf. CURIOUS.—The New York Academy of Music was burned May 22, 1866. The Paid Department was organised the previous year. “ JOHNNY.”—Profanity is not permitted in the columns of the JOURNAL. It is not necessary either “ to point a moral or adorn a tale.” For this reason your sketch is de- FIRE-PLUG.—General Alexander Shalcr is not now connected with the Fire Service. He is President of the Au tomatic Signal Telegraph Company, of this City. His address is 394 Broadway. CINCINNATI.—The decision of the Court of Appeals of this State, reinstating…

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