guitard house fire
TOE EIRE'S. THICK. :;-.! :;-.! :;-.! Four Fires Sunday 7-Eiht 7-Eiht 7-Eiht Houses;;; Destrpjeit.-; Destrpjeit.-; Destrpjeit.-; 5 ' Loss of $30,0 0 0 A ; ; LTan LTonday's Business- Business- ;J- ;J- ' .-t .-t .-t . .1'. J - ii . : -.. -.. A Very Big . Braze r- r- Twelve 'cijrtirrif den Uberty aiixl Perdldo Sires Estimated Loss $40,000. T ' The trail of the fire fiend ' was resumed Sunday morning at the residence of Mrs. Guitard, on Royal between Port and1 Enghein streets, completely'deatroying the bouse, and then extending ; to the next. This was a frame affair also, oocn- oocn- pied by Mrs. 8heppard, and burned very readily; as did also the adjoining- adjoining- one, owned and occupied by Mrs. Young. The next, occupants unknown, went also, and then ' there was a finish with the establishment of Mr. Jacob Dreyfus-Total Dreyfus-Total Dreyfus-Total loss estimated at $15,000. The burning of ; Mrs. Guitard's hones occasioned, an exciting episode in the gallant resona from, burning, by Sergeant Sergeant John Hussy Third Precinct, of a woman and two children. Hussy acted: witft great eenrace and address, aad to hie exertions the Uvea of the three help- help- : leas creatures are due.. Honor to Sergeant Sergeant liossy. ;, The fire seemed to like Royal street.. Almost simultaneously with tbe demon-, demon-, demon-, etraticra just described, the brick build; ingatthe corner of Royal and Orleans streets, occupied 'by Jake Flnoke as' a' coli'ee-bouse coli'ee-bouse coli'ee-bouse , and. confectionery. brok -into -into a blaze, and was destroyed together; with its contents This chapter of th ; record made macially trario by the 1 Bnrnias to ieti of James Anderson, who was caught ir his room, m the rear of the house, and ' consumed before assistance could reaoL him. Tbe most strenuous and desperau 1 efforts were made to rescue the unfortu-: unfortu-: unfortu-: nate man, but they proved totally un availing.. .-..,.'...- .-..,.'...- .-..,.'...- .-..,.'...- ,r , : ' essata.se Street-. Street-. Street-. '.( '