Gibsonburg, OH Business Section Fire, Oct 1895

FIRE AT GIBSONBURG.

QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH OF PROPERTY DESTROYED.

TWENTY BUILDINGS BURNED.

Gibsonburg, O., Oct. 25. -- The fire which visited this place yesterday morning burned two squares, containing 20 buildings, including about all the business places in the town. The north side of Madison and part of the west side of Main Streets were burned to the ground. Several extimate the loss, all told, at $250,000 to $300,000. A call for aid for those burned out will no doubt be made, as everything was destroyed.
The places burned were:
E. Maynard's jewelry store and Buckeye Supply company's two-story block, loss, $10,000.
S. B. Stitson's drug store, loss, $1,000.
Whitney & Powers' one-story grocery, $4,000.
Smith & Landers' grocery, $1,000.
J. G. Miller's saloon, $3,000.
R. H. Baird's saloon, $1,000.
Rider's saloon and barbershop, $1,000.
Charles Stinger's saloon and dwelling, $2,000.
Imes Brothers, livery, partially destroyed, loss, $500.
Wood & Fuller's three-story brick store, $20,000.
J. H. Tebbe & Son, hardware, $11,000.
W. J. Aleshire, boarding-house and printing office, $8,000.
L. Lack, harness shop and dwelling, $7,000.

Evening Bulletin Maysville Kentucky 1895-10-25