Issue 14 and Volume 31.

CONFLAGRATION AT ATLANTIC CITY. Just as we go to press comes the following dispatch from Atlantic City, dated Thursday April 3, 1 p. m. A fierce fire is ranging here which threatens to destroy a large portion of the board walk hotel buildings of the city. The whole beach front, including Illinois and Kentucky avenues, is ablaze. The Windsor, Luray, and Tarleton hotels, the first two adjoining, and the Berkeley are gone up. The fire department has neither men nor equipment enough to cope with the conflagration, and assistance has been telegraphed for from other cities. Philadelphia has sent three engines with their crews, and help is looked for from elsewhere. As yet there has been no loss of life, and from every building and locality threatened the inmates have been cleared out. The difficulty is as to saving the furniture and personal property. 3 p. m. The high wind…

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