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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 8, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLINIE  ALTON, ILL.. TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 181MX  KO.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  !Us experience during nutny years has convinced him that all dieeaees mn be managed more successfully in an inntitution of this kind, ender Ute constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical adviser* at intervale of several hour* or dave.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by tho Second street horse ears, and la near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patents, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Hun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., Is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hit daily personal attention.  3XTow Ocen  FOB THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Or. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third its., Alton, Iii.  er tire Si  M let tie lest Iii Out.  - THE CELEBRATED  Jackson Corset  And Waist Combined.  - HAS—  NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH, GRACE AND FIT.  Price, el and 81.25.  every lady should have one.  NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN  Goods. Hung for ten aid  ILXlllin.eir'r,  Boots and Shoes. Bals and Bops.  EXCEEDED BY  None in Quality and Price.  ll  AT THE  Globe. Alton.  Call ami See Ca.  IGE MSM FIELD.  Ma ssachusetts Carpenters Desire a Shorter Work-Day.  BLOODY F.OHT IN NEW YORK.  lift  Iriteresting Figures Concerning Pension Business.  MODEST DEMAND OF THE BAKERS.  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DB. ENOS announces that he ha* established in a building purchased for the purpone a SANITARIUM for the  they litter llrra Hurting rtiitrrn Hoar, rn I my, ami I Ii In I. that Attar May I Tm Ilnur- H unlit Hi- rn flood l» »y’« Wark — A final Mil ii, 1.1 ( m |irnt«*rft at I'hl-raftu Hat arr ti A, OOO mu-I *1.000 vim Qttll Work.  I-'>mtog, April A.*— Fully 4,Nm carpenter*  lo Mn«<,achu-#tM will demand that right or ai**** hour* constitute a day’, work on and afire May I. Hu* h war th# report received at tho • arpent r*’ District cow noil Sun.Im v night Each one of tho -«i>v**nty-8v* ii*)** gate, prest ■A hint* *1 that tin* union carpos-ten In the I birt y-ee von town* they repre-s-nto-l wttc pi.-pared to strike should ra duct ion In* rffuwd. Tho non-unior* (arpen t* rs in all towns represented in ti.** council were reported to ta- taking a lively intr ret la the eight h-ur regulation and the? had nearly aJi promised to sup)-ort ttaw union chi 11- liter* in an attempt to enforce the right hour*  Action of Other Trade*  At a mealing of SOO piano varnish#™ and polishers many ap* aker* urge*! all connected With the piano Industry to movo for the eitihlislmi-nt of an eight-hour latxir day. Daw-'*’ union 4 and 64 w| I on May I dent and that th -ir hour*-,f labor be reduced from >kUm n p, tan per day. At a meeting of building late rem' anion* I an lf held bere, great untbusiastn prevailed over the prospect of -horteniaK th * labor day. A r- i-ort from the natton-d secretary alated Unit orqaimation waa growing in all parte of Nm th A mw ■'-ti.  GREAT STRIKE AT CHICAGO.  I lie I ii Ion Carpi mn* VV tnt a rtlnirter  Day anil 40 Crnta Fi t Hour.  ('NI*.'AU*>, April —Itoiw* n 5, 4JU and A,-flri) carpenters .ire out <*u atrik • In Chicago Th Mniii really i-egau at 12 o’clock Munday night, ami when Muuday dawned not a uuk-n <'**rjwntor trail at work within the city limit* All lied left their hammers, •awn, and planer and joined the movement for a -bort r day and to < mill an hour. A grant many of th* non-umoo m<-n quit wotk , out of »ytn pa thy with to--ir urn..ii brethren, ami it wa* elalintel that moat of them would ! join the Carpenters’ union.  The Mi Ik.-r. Hopeful,  Tim st l iking chi pentar* -statdislu-d headquarters rn the Caledonia building, IHS W athing ton vtruat, where many of the man gathered ami dis- u-wed th** great luovein nt.  I hey mn. I*..perut in Ute extreme. “Wa can t kaw if we vtiok together* * -rued to be the general sentiment “We are well ar- I gani*«l, Ij?i‘ plenty of money and will make i fight to th** taut ditch," *akl Secretary Howard. “Report* are coining In rap-itlly from all over tins city and to far av we now know titer** is not a union carpenter at work. In fact, building operation* have t-een practically st* -pp# I. “  V' hat Reeeetary Jsliaa Hays. Secretary John* of the Mauler carp-nt*r* said that no far aa be could tell al* ut all I th** un KU carpenter* in the city ha* I loft their tool*. -We shall not attempt to et on>v r.«um ■ work with the help of the non-union hmm,* mid he, “but will walt until our Than* lay meeting bef ort* doing anything decisive,*  Animi to th* Mea'a Demand.  It* MTO*, April 8. — Three of tho largest immure- lurers of marble in this city -Jam** W lulls, B f.vk-r, Torrey & and V. D. ; Puffer A **"irr barr anti Ile I their employe*  that on un<l ait*r dune I they will pay ten hour*' wage, i r hum* hour*’ work.  Vert*-*! .im,I Kl teas! vt- treads.  NKW YURK, April 8. —The investigr.tion into the alleged fraud* in connection with , tho recent election in Jersey City has re-snJteil in lh butntv of warrants for the I arrest of the member* of Ute election board for th** First *xv mhly district of that city. The investigation aas develop-d a rem irks Me variety ani -it *nf af fraud. Votes were cast in th * name of rn my persons tong since d ad, or who h i I moved away from the place* mentioned in th* registry, ani ballot-box#* were stuffed in th* moat flagrant manner.  The Heirs af Judge Davis.  FritisoriKi ti, Maw- , April 8 -Judge A.  IL Ha iris. the burhel* »r money king of liutte, Mont, recently de*! without leaving a will,  A young luau who claim* to Is* an Ilks git busto wm bas {Wit IU a claim to tin- #151, dun,lido of pnqswty. Tin* In tr* cd this city •rut Judge Gideon Will* to Von tans to took after their interests, ami lh.* h-irs lu Hew York ere * curing th# I* st u-gal tal. nl to go Mil sui petits al their claim - The ltd* alite* h rs* are two »i*tor» of th** d«*< -  -,«<l and lh* relative* in N a York a iii**-* and nephew  Donations Aggregating • I.OOO,OOO.  Most tucAL Que , April A —At a meeting uf tbc#i**'ll »f McGill jniver-.it? IWiVtif, it wa* annona.- *d that danat ens *g'gr#gs#> mg #i,UU*,(HD had been made to the arte, amene# and law (scalcis Of f is, W A. McDonald, a large tobRtco to -s ui -tur.-r, na- fiv**n #5 <i,>»*••, an I Sir Ii mo I A Smith, l«ys .lent of th * bank of Montreal. ftdi.tWM. Arrangements ware mad* ta (dace th a omen's co. lege in working <*rd-r, aul lo give separate Ie* turva la ait branch-*- of it,  Has Faith la the K« cly Motor.  Nkw York, April k—Dr. J **ph I#tidy has become a convert to the phtl* * phy of Mr. ID#!?, of laeety motor fan#- Dr I#-«dy ,  has been making a series of * Ap -.....    y*    j  his laboratory ami declares bu belief that Keriy has discovered an abso.utely new and wonderful Puree not kith rho known to exist in nature aud has found mean- t«*pply it in a (-rail.* ai way. Dr L idy u pi si-lent of Mio Academy  ot  Natural Betorn * and is on* of th I- reWKMt *4 * ntuts of A mer .ca.  Was Vtilalay at the Hsitew?  NKW Yon* April A—A tire, thought to be incendiary, <*-* urr# i Sunday evening in the room nth* fifth floor *i (he custom house which bi u«*I fur the etar* p of drawback vouchers, lo*lg«*r*, < u*. The origin at tin* lir«i is a myst if I ie* Ham *- w«r« ob-a rvsd in Urn*- to pi, vent mu« h damag * to the building, Ira dux or |«e|*-r* lf iu-en-dairy, lh** hr** moat ha Vt* I-CCU int* n I -I to -l.sitr > cu-'.oni I * i.*.nos*. , a* the bin ding J Is fire i*r*-'Of_    __  Ksysrtei 4 aptera of (Hi»tl. p--BTt Arn, Or- , A,-ril A—It is reported from a trueta (thy sour •• ti»*t Mil- <-tt, the caehier if I' « -ergwant-ai-am** al the bona* I of re| i scuutivcs, si# ebeeoud-d with j about I VV, WD belong mg to ueuiten of (la bouw . was <aptnf*d kwte by a private de j (active trois iMover, Cal    va*.4  A Quarrel Over toe “tlruwler" Resnlts In l lujr with Knife sail Ulm!grow.  New York, April 8.— During a quarrel at Bk I hurry drest, caused by win** ,*f the occupant.- of the tenement refusing to contribute money fen* “the grow-cr,'' w hich was being "rushed” by two not or km* 'haracter*    ---  „r* r 3Un PW S',«, ’In'  M,0UT 500 000 NAMES 0N THE ROLL »  old longshoreman, will pronablv dir from hi* injures. Til* Curtins bad ma*Ie a general aitgpk on the tenant-, aul Kiana, with a club, trn*d to drive them away. They wr**-t*d his club from him, and twat bim terribly, anti abo stabbed bim with a pm-knife. Jam s Lawton, Sloan’* *un-m law wa- st*biod nine times, while trying to defend til# old man. Mr*. Sloan ami Mary Driscoll were slightly stabbed Tie* Curtin brother* were raptured by ort! «-» after a long chase over th* roof*.  Sloan is thought to be dying at the hospital, end Lawton is verv low-.  THE WOUND Death  PROVED FATAL.  of >    Menator    Oillham    at  tipper Alum, IU*.  St I/U’lrt, Mi., April 8—Kx Senator Gillhani die*i st hi* home in Upper Alton. Ti.,, night nt March 17 hi* residence was br* ken into by a burglar .Mr GUlbain wa* awaken#^ and, *«•< mg a bish leave his bod* rocMR, jumped up and | ursued him, at th# same time ex minaading the intruder to halt. He had almost roached the man at the door leading into the hall when the burglar dart** ! under the stairway that leads from the front door to the rooms above, and as lie gained this (joint of vantage be called twin* to Mr Gill bom to stand back to which no attention was paid. The burglar quickly drew a revolver aud fired, but missed hts man Mr (Hilham rushed at bt* assailant, win* fired point blank at him, the bullet *n-taring the left breast just below the nipple aiel almost an a boe with the apex of the heart J bt* burglar made bk escape  They Krccive an Average of *131 Per Tear There Were v*,'i st OOO soldiers In lh* I )■ iou truly, amt I,:MI (MMI Are Atilt Living lint hew Original Claim* ensuing in It Present—Case* Pending In the Pew,bm OHI-  W ash I ROT « (’ITV. April h—la a talk with Gen Its urn about tit# tor, I ness of the pension ofHce be **sti iii Hied that tilers were A 450,UUU st. I lier* in the In iou army -luring the war of tie rt-lelli-it, of w ii mn I.V.VI.t o-i or u-*w living Of the living and the w (dows if the dead there are now on the pension roll* th * nam » of 4.1b,(JUb  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150,  Alton st-, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Park.,  Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtvlfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  One  person* The** ra  VTdOvcr IOO Houses and Lots  year Thvflrstynar  CHILDREN MADE HAPPY.  They  ludwig* Im lh* “Fgg-It oiling" al th# Whit# Hows# Drownd*.  VY ANH I n ut* iv ('mr, April A —Th# Whit# House gratin I* pr#w*nt#d a Ii iittKltj picturesque app urauc-* Mon lay, th* nnauion be big th • HUuual gathering tti-re *f th* ohil-drsii of the district for th- (turpu** of “egg rolling ■* Tin* entire grnun Is tack at the mansion were turned over to the children and wvpr.il t hon ta od i|*nt a portion of the day ther**. They were of all ela««<* and miulitioa*, iroin th* cohufvd ptaanniay ip rugs to th* “pampered child af luxury " The? all (*!*|rt*-l togi-th--! ow th# lawn, an.I made a t-right mid animat- d c-iirt TI * pnaideut *t.*j(|XH| occaaioniiiy in hi* wura to kook at (bein and ase mud to enjoy the sight. During the afternoon lh* occasion wa* «-uliv,.-ued tiy the pre*#.nee of the Marine ism-1, which was oui--red ait by the pr- vid- nt for the s; eclat beni fit of tbs children  More Outrage* In ('rot*.  t amu a, Crete, April A—Christian churches have be* ii pi.lag*--1 au l Christian residents insulted by Turk loll soldiers in the pn vinc* of Candia. Acting on the intervention of Ute foreign diplomate- representatives, the governor, Chakir l a,ha, bas onl i-re,! a mixed -'oui mission to in vnetig a tattle *-utrages. The <-->tnmission thus ap-poiiiL-d will report on the *11*01 of the injuries and abu**** complained of, and the Turks will Le ob Igsd to compensate their victims for their basan  Fourteen Horses <‘remated.  ('n I CAD* I, April A —Fourteen bursas were I urn-d to death in M<ira«’s livery stable at A! I West Madison street, am! six ut hen* are iii such a condition that they will Lava to bs abn* About eighty animals were in the bub.] fig at the time of the breaking (int ai th • fire, slid it wa* with great difficulty Gin lh- h * Urn ancone led la getting any of t •• ii rs I** leave th-* building Ki„-bt vein Ie* were a.*o destroyed and tin* damage will amount to over 114,OCH. Th* property was ani insured.  Is Maili e Mystery.  M :lu a huck, WI*,, April A—The shooting of fondu tor Ainsworth et Weukoehe, Ie st! I a uiy-tery Mrs. Ainsworth, th* only adult eye-witness to the tntgedy, la aa lateral- w to (li^y, said that Ute farts are tieing kept secret for the purpose of proving th* shooting to lie ecridental en that her hue tiaud can col Ie--t the amount of the accident insurance policy which he holds Th# theory that huslMind and wif* quarreled is growing iii fevtjr Men- att.ii developments areel l-ected within a day or two.  PwHwrewf New Vera Hankers  Nxw Yuk*. April A-Th* eau on ms* meat has just kwwn mode that George K. Met ars A H-'ns, hankers, Lev* failed. A defalcation  in their Plibs.I- Iphia office is said to have b.-en the eau-*-.  Doug‘a- IIUIg#r, manager of the Fhila de,phi* office of G. K. Hts tare A Hone, was found to lo* short #15,Owl Mr. HiHger died Saturday. ‘Ihi* aud the Detroit -lefaioatiou of A. M. Htanton for IIW.IA) a fhw years ago, ce- awl th - suspension.  a pension is grant j ed th* amount Ii I much larger, bs-OKKEN ». rack. cause of arrear-due I or accrued pensioiis—an aversg- of #4^ fur I aach pi ntion granted There are now pending ta the |a*ustoa office- undispos -d of ItM,-000 claims for original pensions for soldiers, 74,000 for widows, awl UUU, OU for an increase of pensions, ranking s total of 456, OOO  Pew Original Claims Coming la.  Hinro the 1st of January la-t 5i, .29 cases bar# tne-n dis(Mie»d of. an i on tho Ut of May Gen Haunt intends to have every Calm In which the **video** t* complete lisjjosed of, either by granting a pension or t- joe: inq it Comparatively few original claims are com lag in now, and after that ditto th- ne ana U-skrtner thinks tbs office will keep pa,-*- with new bustassK It is not probable that the d*|Mndeat pension biti which wa* pw'sed by the -enate the other day will bec--rn * a law, but th - Morrill bill report*! from the house committee un penskras wilt be su UU tut**-1 for It. The dependent peuaion bill gives a [■elision of #> a month to ev. ry dd si Idler who is itepeiid-ut up-ii charity or th# sit}* port of his friends and is con-t-i-reJ to off-r a premium upon pauperism aud per Jury The Morrill HIH.  The Morrill btl! takes out the dependant clause, and Instead of granting a pension to tins** who are depend-til give* #n a month to every old soldier who is latvtriag under any physical disability, whether that dis-ability aas contracted in the service or not. This biU is based upon th > principle (hat an old soldier abo is disabled is ntitlsd toe [tt-nstuf] from th* government. -Men. Kau rn estimates that this bill will oust # .'!,.s«(,00d annually at first, and will lncr-ose rapidly a* th# years go on.  The Veterans Will Die off.  Haring Al yean a* the age of dt [lendenoe or disability be estimah* tiiat iCt.UUU raws will he .rsiiUnd in th* first year {DNL), 14,'tuu caaro In I HW, lh,urn rases in I ’“GU. sad so on until I HUA, when th* I nerves* will reach tit),-WD for that year. In IWW every soldier who was In th* late war with a few exceptions ut drummer boys will be Ad years of  Kor over and entitled to tbt* (tension, n the (-i i vet«rans alii l*-gln to -ii* off, and according to th*- law of averages within the first six year* itMi.ikD will die; within twelve years ANI,WW; »lUnn eighteen year* TSU,OOO will go, sod ie twenty-five years from now the soldiers of th* war of the rebellion will I-# as scarce as the soldiers of the gr, at revolution.  The (Titeagft fskonlaf Ca*#.  Cli ic sou, April 8, -—Deputy Coroner Severson swore ta e jury Monday morning to determine tbs eau** of death at Mr. and Mrs. Newland, who arere (sdaoned Friday night at their supper Ow mg to tho locum plelenees of pottos ta vest (gat iou the Inqtn-M was pompon ‘<! to April IT. An snalys is of the cum which it hi thought may liav* contained I arsenic and the examination ut the victim* stomach* will have been mad* by that -late. I Tbs servant girt, who la accused of (he deed, has (wen arrested, but she tells so many iv in ll t el tug stories in such a strange way that the | olio* Iwiieve she is ii wan- H tuna y» sis* bought the (toleno to kilt herself and did not sd ut in mt. r any of it to the family  Destitution Ie the Flood District.  GURKA Ville, Miss, A(sril A —The cre-Tew ai Cat Ktsii Fouit was IX) feet wide and increasing at last reports. The water from then* reach * I Greenville early, and Is flooding the first doors of buildings. Parti s arriving h r# by skiff from Greenwood report a sal condition of affairs in Die Hun* flower k»wl iuds. Plantations are sub-tnergod and building* are being washe-l away into tho swamps The oui->rol |H*opU ar* huddled upon the levees, hungry, cold and -hellerleo* Many are likely to die at ex|ioeur*- if aid is not feosived.  in different paris of the eily. Call and see list.  Oorsey k Mu, SII Belle siree!  WHEN EVER AND WHEREVER YOU SEK THIS  WO 760 KINDS ANO 81/18 mo* $10,oo to $75 dc.  TMI OSM,-IM  #U KM TWI iRUt-SMR  TRADE MAUK  ICON A STO VI oil BANOS YOU MAY BK  CERTAIN  VBiY.BHBT RPticIe that cmn be had tor the prior asked.  A. L. FLOSS,  Third nt, Opposite llelle,  BEE OUR NICE LINE OF  Ciranit© War©  MOST COMPLETE LINK IN THE CITY.  ~~ A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our  Prices  HILL BK FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  I ban in ntiv other house in Alton. In cooacquence of the ORK VI’ EXTENT *4 our HALES we ere enabled Bti'iots# on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN nod it ognizcd fact thai we bandle by far  U  ie do  a reo  ar  Fell Heir to rn Kurten*.  Pai l, April A— As*-ideal Secretary  I J# Vaulter Burh* I.Iring Ie (lover.  New Ymrr, A(*rtl 8.—A letter from  of at Ste Hermann Mn* kenstrom has rw Teguctgal|«, Honduras, says that Msj.  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  TUAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  (-rived a cornu, un luattou from the H wed Uh misister cif the inter .or informing him of his surcuwMon to the title end satire estate of bkt father, Count Htockt-astrosu, who died last rn-rn th in Stockholm The estate is value-] et #:*■),HQ Mr, Hio* ketwtrom will sell tor flowudtunvt > kl tv I to cis I rn his in-b«r I tan.**  Kell Mark WM* ti I lo #ugli a Window.  MoioTON, N It. Apr-I A -Judge Bouf-ffd f..iutwl and fell hackwarl through th* aer -ft-i-story wtii-tow in the Monos**a dub, an i -us teme-1 int- real rn june# which re-  ill*-1 in l-iath. He was Tf years of ag#, aud the piomv-r member of Royal Arch Mmwjcv iA?] nging to’th* lodge hearing his iMun *  A III .sa at Mllwaekeet,  Mil WAl'AKK. Wuk,, April A— -Th# Northwestern Ma.lcubl • Iron C-dnpany's plant, whirl- (»-'--up.* * an ai -a ut two sud a half ■ore*, sod employs iWl we.*, wa* dam to th# extent <-f #45,UA), st 9 o’clock morning. TW- plant wa* valued at on which then* was #»*.duu iasaran#*.  imaged lu to  st aal Mw Duty urn Hides.  W ammo im City, April A A commit tnt t toe rep! iftN-ntiug th* aho* end ira th- r  manufsc'urers of this country app*-ar*I before th# wa?, and means connu.' w • K.tur-day a1 aahed ti.at th# com not tar strike from th# It*-po Ui.-un tar.lf bill the whed Ute phi- lug tikis U|k a the dot labia list  Another P>-i-M*ylvanla Farmer Assigns 1.1*>riKou-• s, Iv, April A -Cai. b Wake-Ari), a lo* ling far mar at Brady township. ton county, ii ut nu die an assignment fur the benefit rn (p# tvMtorit Lrabuiti-w, #1(600; sesetk, #11,0013  Burk*-, the d. (suiting ex tr-a-ur -r of lamsi-ane, ie Hvtng la mover there under the patronage of President Brogan, Burke is •till working hi* milling scheme-* and Is receiving valuel#l# ewdstanee from to* govmr-mcnU H-- end President Brogan seem to uader-t end each other thoroughly, and the “Msj -r” is frequently et th# governm. ut I pals* -  Its* heil Over a Pre* (pleas Grki ssR! ao, Pa., April A —ft bile Mack Blade, eg*l about IV, end Ka into, a 7-year-obi eon uf A A Dnraon, of New Alexandria, WW* hauling rubbish to th-- Loyal Bantu river, ft-tr hors# bark-*! the wagon in which they were suatei over the [jr.-ciploe, fifty feet high, aud they mer-* hurled to the bottom. Young    was    kiik-i and Htoei-*  I lateraaJiy injur*t. The burse escaped with-I out much injury.  Three Women Drowned.  Gaxrv vii.LX. M:es , April h. — Katuroay while a colored man, with throe women in a skiff, war* ti ring fir -rn the *p()roaching ' Bood iii the Bogus country, on th# Georgia railroad, toe skiff com men re-1 to leak, and, before any assistance could be rendered them, th* whole party want down. The man had a narrow escape, but toe three women ware drowned.  MI SUM’S.  I RUI uQfir receiving a large utid VRried ctocjk of dotlw, Ut rU Use prevailing gbmlea, for .Spring Nuil-i, urliieb I am ptrpared to wake up la t*«  Most gashLionatale Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  laeeadtary Fire at Hey City, Mleli.  Bay City, Mick, April A— Hum, Bradley A < Jo ’• planing mill, employing IOU hands, was destroy*! Maturdey night by fire. The Aei- -*s spread to adjoiaiuT lumber (Alee sod cot-' uci-ri V>.*.*A»* -- -t, ->f th* rains of #16,-UUU. The Ar* was of ut %»n bury origin. The lose (rn th* mill will roaoh IU).UUU, without insurance There was a slight insurance on lamber.  /  C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  H. A. HOFFMANN.  \o I1KV-102 Ka Hi 8ucoii<i st.  a*ij,a Aoi.M r* KOU  iteraqimriteSi  Flrehiicks Wa raoiiNl to Lsii^t Five Year*.  'trim*  MEAL "  UAS0USE 8roV * 8 ' Xuoji^j, (hatanng, Ay, ^ ^   

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