Eben and Ira Averill, fire, 1890.
their about Kume- en- U. mourn' city. with was Mrs. returned FIRE AT PEEKTIES. The lire ot a few days ago occasioned' much los^ the owners of tbe property whlcb lyai destroyed. The buildings of Mr. Ijibcn.) Averill caught lire and tbe flumes spread very rapidly. Although every eftort|wos put forth the fire'coutd not be extingnisb- ed Sid everytjil ig was burted. Hla buildings consisted of a house, Â·vood-sbEdUnd two bams, whteh coutalucd two Jtjuble wagons, an express wagon threshing mowing mach'lces, horse lake, barrows, and (400 worth of 1 at t blocks! InioiBnee ot S3 000 for pfr-t of the. was with tbe Patrons'IneurinceConplanj', Abou; thirty Mix dleUnt were s'ttsted the buildings of Mr.-Ira Averill, TVhile he was siding Ur, Eb*n AviriH,m ','3 attempt fo extinguish the flrc hiÂ£ OWQ caught lire and Uta bnildings were to tha ground. The furnlwre was soved. The buildings ^constated ot a andthreeborn^, which held twenty ttfts ot hay, i use put In, and several calves. ' ,