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Department, 1" OID SASH FACTORY AT PA7ETTEVI1LE BURNED FAJETTEVILLE. Sent. 25.-A flre. bs- lleved to be of Incendiary origin, whl.eh started at Â» o'clock this-eventn?, completely destroyed the old 'Burhans t Blanchard sash and blind factory, situated on Mill street between 'Senesee Clinton In this village. The huiWlna: la at the present time owned by O..D. Burhacs.and has not.baEn useH for some" y'tars'save'as a, storehouse for lumber'and/old machinery. ' Of late tioifs.of the 1 neighborhood have used .the-rear rooms on the 1 lower floor as" a renderous, nlaylng cards, Â·-boxing, and smokins there-and as the firs was first discovered, in this-part of the In?, It Ig believed that the accidental ... pine 'of a match or elgaret started .the conflagration. . When -the Fire Department arrived the scene -the flames had -eaten through he m'ajqir portion of the four -stories no attempt Teas made to save the The nrtimen devoteo. their'efforts to Checking the-.spread of the flames to theÂ· surrounding buildings, and at -12 o'clock announced that they .had--ttie blaze under control. '.. The' loss, was,, approximately.'$4i60t was i: not covered-ny-Insurance.