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Madisonville (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 13
Half of a town destroyed by fire. --On the 16thult., about one-half of the town of Madisonville, Ky., was destroyed by fire. The post-office was consumed, with nearly all its contents. Mr. James Alkens, wife and two children were burned to death. The father and wife at first escaped, but returning to their burning dwelling to save their children, perished with them.
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Half of a town destroyed by fire. --On the 16thult., about one-half of the town of Madisonville, Ky., was destroyed by fire. The post-office was consumed, with nearly all its contents. Mr. James Alkens, wife and two children were burned to death. The father and wife at first escaped, but returning to their burning dwelling to save their children, perished with them.
Half of a town destroyed by fire. --On the 16thult., about one-half of the town of Madisonville, Ky., was destroyed by fire. The post-office was consumed, with nearly all its contents. Mr. James Alkens, wife and two children were burned to death. The father and wife at first escaped, but returning to their burning dwelling to save their children, perished with them.