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Sweeper Co., Grand Rapids, was disabled for six weeks by having bis thumb
cut. Wages received during time disabled.

No. 58.— February 4, 1895. Wm. Wright, age 45, married, sawyer, employed by Berkey
& Gay Furniture Co., Grand Rapids, cut off parts of 3 fingers. Was dis-
[ abled six weeks; received wages during time disabled.

No. 79.— February 28, 18£'5. J, Herrome, age 21, married, employed as machine hand
by N. Y. Biscuit Co., Grand Rapids, was injured on the hand. Was clis-
abled 10 days and received wages while disabled.

No. 110.— February 1, 1895.— Lottie Ledridwiez, age 18, single, employed as mangier by
Gardiner & Baxter, Grand Rapids, hand injured by being caught in man-
gle. Was disabled 3 weeks, and received wages for time disabled.

No. 110.— April 10, 1895. Louiee Schultz, age 21, single, employed as collar and oulf
ironer by Gardiner & Baxter, had hand and^arm drawn in and crushed as
she was putting a new cloth on the ironer.;^ Was disabled 6 weeks and
received wages during time disabled.

No. 128. — February 18, 1895. Henry Pommerdyke, aged 17, single, employed at general
work by Grand Rapids Paper Box Co., was disabled for four weeks by get-
ting bruised on the side. Wages received during time disabled.

No. 150.— February 13, 1895. Peter Baker, aged 25, single, employed as sawyer by
Grand Rapids Refrigerator Co., had thumb and two fingers injured on rip
saw. He was disabled 14 days. Doctor's bill paid by company.

No. 150.— February 23, 1S95. E. C. Waters, age 20, single, employed as a shaper by
Grand Rapids Refrigerator Co., had forearm and hand badly out on shaper.
Was disabled for two weeks; wages paid during time disabled.

No. 150.— May 6, 1895. B. Granster, aged 20, single, employed by Grand Rapids
Refrigerator Company, had three fingers cut from right hand while work-
ing at tenon saw. Not able to work at time of inspector's report. Wages
were paid during time disabled, and doctor's bill paid by company.



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180 FACTORY INSPECTION.

No. 150. — May 6, 1895. Frank Thompeon, age 30, married, employed as machine hand
by Grand Rapids Refrigerator Co., bad three fingers cut on rip saw through
carelessness. Physician's bill paid by firm.

No. 150.— October 1, 1895. Paul DeFrench, age 17, employed on running saw by
Grand Rapids Refrigerator Co., was disabled for 10 days by having index
finger cut off. Received wages during time disabled.

No. 211. — January 16, 1895. A. Blok, aged 35, married, employed as machine hand at
the Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad Car Shops, lost thumb on right
hand. Was disabled four weeks. He received one- half wages and doctor's
bill.

No. 215. — August 28, 1895. Gerrit Kolkman, aged 30, single, employed at tending
planer by S. P. Swartz, Muskegon, cut off his thumb through carelessness.
Was disabled five weeks; received no wages during time disabled.

No. 224. — June 18, 1895. Jacob Boersma, aged 28, married, employed by Sligh Furni-
ture Co., Grand Rapids, was badly scalded by an explosion of a mud drum.
Was disabled four weeks and received wages during time disabled.

No. 224.— October 15, 1895. Ed. Haynes, aged 40, married, shaper hand in the employ
of Sligh Furniture Co., Grand Rapids, lost two fingers on left hand at
second joint. Was disabled four weeks and received wages in full during
time disabled.

No. 228.— June 10, 1895. Christine Johnson, age 19, single, employed as finisher by the
Grand Rapids Felt Boot Co., had thumb injured. Was disabled one
month, doctor's bill paid by company.

No. 229. — ^February 12, 1895. S. Symonds, age 45, married, employed as buzz planer by
McCord & Bradfield Furniture Co., Grand Rapids, had the ends of two
fingers cut off. One-half wages and doctor's bill paid by company.

No. 229. — April 30, 1895. John Tomart, age 30, married, employed by McCord & Brad-
field Furniture Co., Grand Rapids, lost three fingers in machinery.
Doctor's bill paid by firm.

No. 229. — March 4, 1895. John Roman, age 22, single, employed as sawyer by McCord
& Bradfield Furniture Co., Grand Rapids, left guard off saw and a block flew
back and struck him in the eye and cut it so badly it had to be taken
out. Was disabled three weeks. All expenses paid by firm.

No. 248. — March 26, 1895. J. Richards, age 26, married, employed as packer by Oriel
Cabinet Co., Grand Rapids, lost a finger and part of thumb. Was disabled
17 weeks and did not receive wages during time disabled.

No. 257. — September 1, 1895. G^rge Ross, age 25, single, employed on cut off saw for
Dale & Brethour, injured on two fingers through carelessness. Was dis-
abled three weeks, received no wages during time disabled.



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THIRD ANNUAL REPORT. 181

No. 276.— July 2, 18d5. Will Adams, age 23, single, employed as machinist by Buss
Machine Co., Holland, was disabled for 14 days by the loss of part of a
finger on left hand. Received no wages during time disabled.

Na 347.— November L% 1895. Dolly Crowley, aged 21, single, press hand, employed by
News Publishing Co., Manistee, caught her sleeve in cogs of press and cut
her arm. Not yet recovered, but is receiving wages.

No. 359.— July 8, 1895.— Thomas O. Grady, age 36, married, employed as sawyer for J.
C. Pomeroy, Manistee, lost part of finger on a saw. Was disabled two weeks,
and did not receive wages during time disabled.

No. 366.— August 14, 1895. Alfred Flick, age 30, married, edgerman, employed by
Louis Sands, Manistee, was killed by a board for the edger fiying back and
striking him near the heart. Burial expenses paid by the superintendent,
John Moe.

No. 367. — November 1, 1895. William Shibeki, age 38, married, salt wheeler in the
employ of Louis Sands, Manistee, was killed by falling from the tramway,
twenty feet, and striking his head. It was his own carelessness. Burial
expenses paid by some society.

. Na 373.— October 8, 1896. Steven Troll, age 28, married, employed at sawing edgings
for State Lumber Ca, Manistee, stepped on the table to hang up a lamp
and got one foot too near the saw and cut all the toes off. He received
some financial aid^y subscription.

No. 373.— May — , 1896. Aug. Wellman, age 36, married, employed as bolt splitter by
State Lumber Co., Manistee, cut his hand open between thumb and finger
with an ax. The accident was the result of carelessness. He was dia-
abled for 7 weeks and received no wages during time disabled.

No. 378.— July 22, 1895. Joseph Montagna, age 19, employed as laborer by John O.
Nessen, Manistee, was killed in trying to get a block out of the saw. He
lifted up the live roller and it flew back and hit him. The accident was
caused by carelessness.

No. 383. — April 30, 1896. — J. C. Reynolds, age 63, married, employed at rip sawing by
Manistee Manufacturing Co., lost a thumb. Did not loose any time, had
his hand dressed and remained at his work.

No. 388.— July 10, 1895. Joseph Witt, age 60, married, employed as salt sifter by
Eureka Lumber Co., Manistee, while putting plug in spout his foot slipped
and was badly scalded. Received wages while disabled.

No. 390.— June 13, 1896. John Blott, age 16, single, a lath trimmer employed by Manis-
tee Lumber Ca, Manistee, was severely cut on wrist He received wages
during time disabled.

No. 394. — April 26, 1896. Anton Hutchkro, age 40, married, was working at a heap of
sawdust; he undermined it and it fell on him and smothered him. He was
employed by R. G. Peters Salt and Lumber Company, East Lake.



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182 FACTORY INSPECTION.

No. 394.— May 21, 1895. Elzor Doe, age 25, single, employed by R. G. Peters Salt and
Lumber Co., East Lake, lost a finger and part of another on saw. He was
disabled 6 weeks, and reoeived no wages daring time disabled.

No. 394.<— June 7, J 885. Ross Preston, age 17, single, employed as laborer by R G.
Peters Salt and Lumber Co., East Lake, while picking up shingle block
had leg broken. Received no wages during time disabled.

No. 394.— Noyember 29, 1895. A. A. Wabasha, age 63, married, employed as superin-
tendent by R. G. Peters Salt and Lumber Co., East Lake, was badly cut on
arm near elbow while adjusting a chain near a saw that was in motion.
Not yet recovered.

No. 396.— November 28, 1895. Pearl R. Chamberlain, married, employed as head saw-
yer by Canfield Salt and Lumber Co., Manistee, was struck by a log that
was rolled back on carriage while in motion, and died from loss of blood.

No. 408;— June 27, 1895. A. Reiohert, age 27, married, log roller, employed by Horn-
ning & Hart, Keno, had a foot crushed while rolling a log. Was disabled
one month and received wages during time disabled.

No. 417.— May 13, 1895. Math Brust, age 22, single, employed as rip sawyer by J. H. Sc
J. A. Haak, Haakville, back of hand cut on saw. Was disabled one month
and received wages during time disabled.

No. 419.— January 2, 1895. Sidney Conklin, age 16, single, employed about saw for J.
S. Stearns, Stearns, lost two fingers and thumb on saw. Was disabled eight
weeks and did not receive wages while disabled.

No. 424.— July 16, 1895. George McCun, age 28, married, rip sawyer in the employ of
Curtis Enameling Co., Ludington, lost a portion of two fingers while
adjusting a saw when in motion. The accident was caused by carelessness.
He received wages during time disabled.

No. 435. — July 25, 1895. William Allard, age 16, single, employed about saw for Pere
Marquette Lumber Co., Ludington, lost one finger. Received wages dur-
ing time disabled.

No. 446.— July 30, 1895. Erick Scelender, age 20, single, laborer employed for Indus-
trial Iron Works, Ludington, was injured in eye by piece of fiying iron.
Was disabled three weeks and received no wages during time disabled.

No. 449.— November 18, 1895. Frank Roekopf, age 24, married, employed as night man
in block for Percy Salt Works No. 3, Ludington, had leg scalded and two
ribs broken. Accident was caused by not having railing around salt
grainer.

No. 452.— June 7, 1895. E. Dodge, age 25, single, a rip sawyer in the employ of Cadil-
lac Handle Co., Cadillac, was injured by a board which fiew back from the
saw, bruising the arm. Was disabled one week; received no wages during
time disabled.



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THIRD ANNUAL REPORT. 188

No. 451.— July — , 1895. Frank Ward, age 17, single, employed as oooper by Butters k
Peters Lumber and Salt Co., Buttersville, lost one finger on machinery
that he had been told to keep away from. He did not receiye wages for
time disabled, which was four weeks.

No. 455*— July 26, 18d5. Ed. Wrenge, age 35, married, machinist, employed in Mason
k Oceana railroad shops, Buttersville, had one finger badly bruised while
adj nsting a machine; it was through carelessness. Was disabled two weeks.

No. i59.~AugUBt 7, 1895. William Campbell, age 22, single, a knot sawyer in the
employ of Sands k Maxwell, Pentwater, had thumb badly cut. Was
not able to work for two weeks, and received no wages during time disabled.

No. 478.<— June 1, 1895. Jacob Mousher, age 50, married, laborer, employed in Chicago
k West Michigan car shops, Muskegon, overcome by heat fell from the stairs
and broke his arm and bruised himself badly. Received* no wages for time
disabled.

No. 478. — June 6, 1895. Charles Johnson, age 38, married, a sawyer in the employ of
fVank Skein, had a finger crushed so amputation was necessary. Doctor's
bill paid by firm.

No. 482.— May 25, 1895. A. Adams, age 26, single, a cart driver in the employ of Charles
Fox k Co., Thompsonville, had leg broken by a plank in tramway break-
ing. He fell through and the cart fell on him. Received wages during
time disabled.

No. 493. — August 27, 1895. Oliver Roblard, age 22, single, was out on two fingers and was
disabled for 10 days. He was a machine hand in the employ of Kelly Bros.
Manufacturing Co., Muskegon Heights. Did not receive wages during
time disabled.

No. 494.— August 7, 1895. R. C. Wood, age 21, single, employed as machinist for Shaw
Electric Crane Co., Muskegon Heights, was disabled ten da3rs by forefinger
being cut off. Received no wages during time disabled.

No. 499.— March 22, 1895.— John Thompson, age 45, married, was killed by a boiler
explosion. He was a watchman in the employ of Gray Bros. Manufactur-
ing Co., Muskegon Heights. Burial expenses paid by family.

No. 502.— September 12, 1895. Alex Van Zanter, age 35, married, foreman for W. F.
Wiselogel, Muskegon, had arm caught in gear of planer through careless-
nes& Receives wages; not at work yet.

No. 519.— May — , 1895. George Eaton, age 28, single, log roller in the employ of Thayer
Lumber Co., Muskegon, had leg broken. Was disabled six weeks and
received wages during time disabled.

No. 534.— October 15, 1895. John Carlson, age 40, married, bolter in employ of Mc-
Graft Lumber Co., had arm broken through carelessness. Not yet recov-
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184 FACTORY INSPECTION.

No. 637.— November 19, 1896. William Murphy, age 17, siDgle, in the employ of J.
Loecher Tanning Co., Muskegon, had part of finger pinched off through
carelesenees. Not yet recovered and receives wages.

No. 561.— October 7, 1895. William C. McFarland, age 46, married, engineer in the
employ of C. F. Nason. Grand Rapids, was scalded by an explosion of the
mud drum and died in about one week. Burial expenses paid by firm.

No. 553.— February 28, 1895. John De Toung, age 16, single, employed by Gunn Fold-
ing Bed Cb., Grand Rapids, carelessly put his hand on sander and it was
carried around and crushed. Was disabled five weeks and received wages
during time disabled.

No. 579.— January 2, 1895. J. Langquist, age 26, single, employed as morticer by
Widdicomb Furniture Co., Grand Rapids, badly out on back of hand
severing cord. He was disabled four months and received wages while
disabled.

No. 579.— May 1, 1896. Frank Dubendorf, age 46, single, had two fingers cut while
employed on excelsior machine for Widdicomb Furniture Co., Grand
Rapids. Was disabled four weeks and received wages during time disabled.

No, 604.— September 10, 1896. Joseph Gothics, age 60, married, employed at buzz
planer for Grand Rapids Hand Screw Co., Grand Rapids, was disabled ten
days by having three fingers severly cut on knife. Wages received while
disabled.

No. 617. — August 31, 1896. Wadie Luszinski, age 16, employed at rip sawing by
Dosch Furniture Co., Grand Rapids, had one finger cut off on saw.
Was disabled four weeks and received wages during time disabled.

No. 622.— February 1895. Fred Bangson, age 40, single, a machine hand in the employ
of Grand Rapids Clock and Mantel Co., Grand Rapids, cut off part of
thumb. Was disabled three weeks and received no wages during time
disabled.

No. 636.— October 5, 1895. Larson Rossetb, age 20, single, in brushing dust from some
cogs the brush caught and his hand was drawn in, cutting off one finger.
He was employed as oiler and sweeper for Model Mills, Grand Rapids. He
was disabled two weeks and received wages during time disabled.

No. 636.— March 23, 1895. £dw. A. Van Beem, age 35, married, employed as bench
band by Ocker & Ford Manufacturing Co., Grand Rapids, was disabled
seven weeks by having parts of three fingers cut off. Did not receive
wages while disabled.

No. 649.— June 30, 1895. Theodore Castor, age 35, married, in the employ of Wallen
Leather Co., Grand Rapids, bone of one leg splintered. Doctor's bill was
paid, and he received one-half wages while disabled.



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THIRD ANNUAL REPORT. 186

No. 657.— January, 1895. Jacob Haverman, age 30, married, while trying to catch
board was oaiigbt in saw, and had thumb cut off at base of nail. He was
employed for O. & W. Thum Co., Grand Rapids. He received one-half
wages and doctor's bill while disabled.

Na 657.— January 15, 1895. Bodwin Newhouse, age 15, employed at box machine for
O. A W. Thum Co., Grand Rapids, cut off the end of a finger in machine.
Was disabled one week and received wages for time disabled.

Na 657.— May 15, 1895. Adam Haehn, age 17, in the employ of O. A W. Thum Co.,
Grand Rapids, through carelessness had the tip of finger cut off in box
machine. Was disabled three weeks. Doctor's bill paid and one-half
wages received during time disabled.

No. 657.— May 25, 1895. John Zandt, age 17, employed at cutting cardboard for O. Sc
W. Thum Co., Grand Rapids, hand caught in press and badly crushed.
Was disabled five months. He received one-half wages and doctor's bill
while disabled.

No. 657.— June 4, 1895. William Bowen, age 17, employed at stamping paper boxes for
O. Sc W. Thum Co., Grand Rapids, in cleaning machinery used fingers
instead of knife as ordered, and had the ends of three fingers cut off.
Was disabled two weeks and received wages during time disabled.

No. 657.— June 5. 1895. Charles Roth, age 16, in the employ of O. & W. Thum Co.,
Grand Rapids, had end of finger cut off in box machine. He received
one-half wages and doctor's bill during time disabled.

No. 657.— September 23, 1895. Sophia Erickson, age 17, single, employed at sorting
papers for O. & W. Thum Co., Grand Rapids, in trying to adjust a roll of
paper while the rolls were in motion her hand was drawn in and slightly
crushed. Qhe reoeived one-half wages and doctor's bill while disabled.

No. 657.— October 12, 1895. Henry Ball, age 16, had the tip of finger cut off on box
machine through carelessness, while in the employ of O. & W. Thum
Co., Grand Rapids. He received one-half wages and doctor's bill during
time disabled.

l^o. 665. — April, 1895. Charles Ball, age 27, married, employed as teamster by Childs-
dale Paper Mill, had foot badly scalded by stepping in hot liquid. Was
disabled six weeks. Received wages during time disabled.

No. 665. — July, 1895. Jacob Runner, age 18, a bleacher in the employ of Childsdale
Paper Mills, Childsdale, was hit by straw carrier and had leg broken.
Was disabled five weeks. Did not receive wages during time disabled.

No. 675.— May — , 1895. Claud Allen, age 15, single, had his hand caught t>etween the
rollers and portions of three fingers cut off. He was employed as tender
for Ovid Carriage Co., Ovid. Was disabled two months and received wages
during time disabled.
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186 FACTORY INSPECTION,

No. 677.— February 2, 18d5. K Branch, age 20, single, employed at sanding for St
Johns Manufacturing Co., had hand scraped. Was disabled 14 days and
received 16.12 from accident association.

No. 677. — ^February 1, 1895. R. Hildebrand, age 30^ married, common laborer in the
employ of St. Johns Manufacturing Co., had leg injured. Was disabled 14
days; received $5.00 from accident association.

No. 677.— April 2, 1895. B. F. Guy, age 50, married, common laborer in the employ of
St. Johns Manufacturing Co., fell and bruised foot. Was disabled 18 days;
received 19.13 from accident association.

No. 677.— April 30, 1895. B. F. Phillips, age 35, married, jointer in the employ of St.
Johns Manufacturing Co., lost two fingers. Was disabled 60 days; received
$50.00 from accident association.

No. 677.— April 16, 1895. Henry Bristol, age 33, single, employed at planer for St.
Johns Manufacturing Co., lost part of thumb. Was disabled 33 days;
received $10.96 from accident association.

No. 677.T—May 1, 1895. Andrew Smith, age 55, married, employed in the lumber yard
of St. Johns Manufacturing Co., had a rupture caused by heavy lifting.
Was disabled 60 days; received $30.00 from accident association.

No. 677.— July 22, 1895. Waldo Vance, age 40, married, drayman in the employ of St.
Johns Manufacturing Co., had foot crushed by falling weight. Was dis-
abled 14 days; received $6.96 from accident association.

No. 685. — August 28, 1895. Frank Fuller, age 38, married, a shaper in the employ of
Capitol Wagon Works, Ionia, lacerated finger on right hand. Was dis-
abled one month and received wages during time disabled.

No. 69L— August 30, 1895. Charles Schuly, age 18, single, employed at grooving for
Ionia Furniture Co., Ionia, cut off parts of three fingers. Was disabled
six weeks and received no wages during time disabled.



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FOTJETH DISTKIOT.



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SUMMARY OF WORK IN FOURTH INSPECTION

DISTRICT.



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Saginaw^ December 26, 1895. \

Hon. Chablbi H. Mobss,

CommUeianer of Labor^ Laneing, Mich.:
Deab Snt— In obedience to instructions contained in circalar issued by
you November 30, 1895, 1 most respectfully submit the following report
of my work as factory inspector since I commenced the work, September
19th, 1893, up to November 30th, 1895.



Table ehowing factory inspection in fourth district since September i, 1893.



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Wre 6toap60 —

Antomatie guards for elerators

Separate oloeets where both sexes areemplojed
Doors ohanged to swing oatward^

Beits Qnarded

Ply wheels and polleys guarded

Handrailson stairways

Projecting set screws and keys guarded

Exhanst fans prorided to remore dost

Children nnder fourteen years discharged

Miscellaneous orders

Total changes and compliances.



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283



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THIRD ANNUAL REPORT. 189

Whole namber of factories inspected in 1893 239

Whole namber of factories revisited in 1893 79

Whole namber of factories inspected in 1894 421

Whole namber of factories revisited in 1894 122

Whole namber of factories inspected in 1895 418

Whole namber of factories revisited in 1895 191

Whole namber of inspections since September 1, 1893 1,078

Whole namber of factories revisited since September 1, 1893.. 372

The compliances reported are only what have actually been provided,
and I have good reason to believe that there have been qaite a namber of
compliances of which I can make no definite report, owing to the fact that
I have been anable to go over all my territory twice in one season, and
more conld probably be reported were it not a fact that many of oar fac-
tories have been obliged to saspend operations in the last two years.

My district yon are aware has been changed every year so that some
places I have only visited once, bat these have been followed ap by other
inspectors from other districts. The miscellaneoas orders referred to
inclade orders to keep statements on file, gaards for saws, stairs screened
at sides and bottom, gaards for coanter and line shafts, shifters for throw-
ing belts off and on palleys, loose palleys, cleaning closets, sanitary con-
ditions, gaards for well holes and hoisting shafts, open vats, pans, etc.

Respectfully yoars,

O. O. KRAPF,

Deputy Inspector.



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FACTORY INSPECTION.



InBpection book No. 1.



TABLE No. 4.-



1 Apr. 16

2 " 16
.. 17

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May



LoofttUm.



Saginaw..



Name of ettabliahmant.



F. G. Pa'merton Woodenware Ca.

Saffinaw Basket Co ~

8a«iDaw Box Co.

Stenglein Mfg Co

John Q. Sohemm

MoLeod Bros... —

Mflgnetio Spr*g & Cold Storage Go.

Ea^ Brewery

JoEaDeibel

Wolrerine Cigar Co

City Milling Co

Cnune & Oman MVg Co

Ferrell, Frame & Ozier

Keystone Shade Boiler Co

J. F. Barrows

F. Pohlman&Co

Saginaw Elect. LJght & Power Co.

cTf. M. Deibel

Alpha Mrg Co

D. Hardin & Co

American Potato Floor Co

Wm. Williamson

Wall & Webber

Michigan Lnmber Co __

Acme Planing Mill & Box Factory

Saginaw Steam Laundry

National- Brewing Co

F. H. MertB

F. Baaronsheer

R. Gtottschalk

Bliss & Van Anken

A. W. Wright Lnmber Co.

Henry Passolt

Brand A Hardin

Brand ft Hardin.

Jones & Jones

Wm. Barie

Seemanft Peters..

Saginaw Evening News ._.

Saginaw Printing & Pablishing Co

Wm. Callam & Son

Robertson Valley Laundry ,

Pomeroy Cracker Co

Koehler Bros

Witters Lanndry

Crystal Lanndry.. ,

Joseph MarlEs

J. M. Roberts

Beitter & Bastian

Thomas Jackson & Co .,



What goods
nnCaotoreiL handled
or sold.



Tubs and pails.

Baskets

Boxes, clothes re^« etc.

Fnmitnrs ,

Beer, porter, etc ,



Cigar boxes

Carbonated beyerages...
Beer..



Cigars.



Flonr and feed

Wooden dishes

Seed cleaners

Shade rollers

Banjos, gtdtars, etc..



Cigars

Electricity

Cigars

Ladies wrappers..
Sash, doors, etc..,


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