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Andrew Peterson, whose home is in Negaunee, was killed receatly by a fall of rock iu a mine on the Messaba range. Heart disease is supposed to have ended the life of Mrs. Thomas Taylor, who was found dead at her home near El more. Fireman O'Neal was killed near Cadillac by the explosión of a locomotive boiler on the Toledo fc Ann Arbor road. llarvey O. Carr lias been appoted superintendent of the Grand Rar)ids pólice forcé, vice William Í1. Eastman, resigned. The spring1 term of the state agricultural college has commenced, and the attendanceis larg-er than it ever has been before. At Pine Creek. Nathan Rogers, who had been a resident of Athens for forty-twoyears, diedon Saturday. He was 92iyears of age. There was reeen tly taken f rom the Quincy mine a piece of copper weighing nine tons. It will be exhibitd at the world's fair. Prof. A. G. Gully, of the Michigan Agricultura 1 colleee, is to be professor of horticultura at the experiment station at Stillwater, O. T. Death has ended the sufferings of Ilugh Kilpatrick, who was badly injured by a falling tree at a logging camp near Pembina a week ago. Because his wife insisted upon becoming a rnember of the Baptist church, John W. Hover, a farmer living near Saginaw, hanged himself. D. W. Kinney, of Saginaw, owns a clock that was made by William Logan at Glasgow in 1770. It stül runs and does not vary 30 seconds in a month. J. C. Hill & Co., of St. Paul, have bought 22,000,000 feet of logs on the Menominee river and its branches. They will be made into lutnber at Menominee. William Ebert was stabbed by Frank Vizneau during a drunken quarrel at Detroit. He died of his wounds and his assailant is locked up on a charge of m arder. A revvard of 8300 is offered by tlie national board of underwriters for the arrest and conviction of the incendiaries who destro.yed the Corey flouring milis at Williamson. The Belinda street bridge over the Saginaw river between Bay City and West Bay City has been opened for use. It took over six monthL to build it. It is 1,642 feet long and cost $65,000. The c'omfortable salary of 10,000 a year will be paid to ex-Congressman William C. Maybury, who has accepted the position of managing director of the Standard Life & Accident Insurance company. Gladstone, at present the deep water terminus of the Soo road, with a population of 2,000 souls, is to experience a boom, if a company just organized for that purpose with a cap'.tul of S.5,000.000 can work it up. A train consisting. of twenty-two cars laden with between 1.500 and 1,600 bedroom suits left Grand Rápida en route for San Francisco on Saturday. The shipment was made by the McCord & Bradfield Furniture company. Residents of Detroit have purchased an elegant silver punch bowl, valued at $3,500, for presentation to the crew of the new cruiser named in honor of their city, which has just been completecl at the Columbian iron works in Baltimore. In the preliminary examination of Eng-ineer Tate, charged with beinLï responsible for the recent terrible accident on the Grand Rapids & Indiana road, the evidence was not considered sufficientto hokt him, and the case was dismissed.


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