Issue 23 and Volume 23.

FATAL FIRE AT DALLAS, TEX. On the afternoon of May 27. a fire broke out in the twostory brick building occupied by J. F. Bang’s furniture establishment. The fire spread rapidly and before the fire department had time to get effectively at work the rear of Dorsey’s printing establishment on the west and Scott’s furniturs store on the east were in flames. Fanned by a brisk breeze the fire spread so quickly as to cause a general alarm to be turned in. Lehman’s wholesale saddlery house was next to succumb. By 4 o’clock the fire had gutted the building where it originated and the call to Fort Worth for assistance was canceled. Dorsey’s establishment,Lehman’s houte, K.Shields’ paint and wall paper. Mistrot’s dry goods house and the New Home Sewing Machine Company’s office and warehouse went up. The Texas&Pacific offices and freight sheds,directly opposite, and across the Texas & Pacific tracks,…

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