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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 12 July 1902

THE APPEAL STEADILY GAINS 1It alsui to publish s41 the nsws possible. Jfc-It does so impartially, wasting no words* 8Its correspondent* are able and entfrgetto* &- 1 1* tii 1t"t I 11111t*- 11 Iii I VOL. 18. NO. 23 NUISANCE SUPPRESSED. THE SALVATION ARMY. Its Work Has -Grown Into Proportions of Surprising Magnitude. Tlie work oo. the Salvation Army In the United States may be a surprise to those who have 'little 'khowIeclgeTdf their projects nor realized what bene fit is given by the hard-working ex horters who are seen of an evening preaching in the streets to the casual listeners. Small enough seems the re ward in contrast to their labors, but the following statistics will show the importance and extension of their in fluence: Seven hundred and thirty two corps and outposts, 45,000 annual conversions, 2,800 officers* 93,000 week ly circulation War Cry, in English, German, Scandinavian and Chinese, 190 social relief institutions, 545 officers and employes in charge, $250,000 an ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 12 July 1902

^*^'ji/^:' THE APPEAL, MTIOHAlAFBO-AMEBICAH HEWSPAKt PTTBXiISHXD WJUKliT 4DAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 B. 4th St., St. Paul, nian. ISSTJBD SIMTTLTAHaCTOSW XR 6alnt Paul, Minneapolis, ChicagOi Washington, Louisville, St. Louis. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 110 Union Blk. 4th & Cedar, J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Bldg. Room 811 HENRY ROBERTS, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, 823-5 Dearborn St., Suite 31$ C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE^FFICE, No. 312 W. Jefferson St. Room a W. V. PENN, Manager. S T. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 Franklin Avenue. J. H. HARRISON, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: lNOLE COPY. ON E YEAR $2.09 SINGLE COY, SIX MONTHS.. 1.10 SINGLE COPY, THREE MONTHS... 6 0 vWben subscriptions are by any mopnft allowed to run without prepayment, the terms ar 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week, or at the rate of $2,40 pel year. Remittances should be mads by Exprest Money Order, Post Office Money Order, Re gistered Letter or Bank Dra...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 12 July 1902

If 4 j 1'. PAUL vtfi.Kb RECORD IN MINNESO- TA'S API rtt* featatl* City and SaloUy City Folk*-1 .Newt Item* of Social, Religion* ad General Matters Among ihe People, Boil ed Duvo. i. v. Mr. and Mrs. Henry High left Tues day night for a trip to Spokane, Port land and the Pacific coas.t. Mrs. Elizabeth Allen and Mr. C. Smith spent the Fourth visiting Miss Florence Drake in Stillwater. Mesdames Samuel and Joseph Per ry, of Chicago, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Williams, of 415 Charles street. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steward, of Louisville, Ky., were the guests of Mesdames J. B. Turner and J. W Hackerny. Mr. E. G. Rogers, the present clerk courts of Ramsey county, has filed? for the Republican nomination for the same office. Messrs, J. J. Miles and M. Brooks and Mrs. Underwood, of Milwaukee, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Williams at dinner Wednesday. Miss Gertrude Imogene Palmer, the distinguished violinist of Chicago, will be the guest of Miss Leola Moker of 454 Rondo street, for two w...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 12 July 1902

V-J SAtT A1t? SINCERITY. Nothing succeeds like distress. The bigger* little man is, the less he amounts to. Birds of a feather occasionally pre fer to flock apart. The man who has a large heart can not have a light one. What is sauce for the gander may be saucy for the goose. One who knows does not talk one who talks does not know. If you mind your own business you won't work more than eight hours a day. "They belong to the landed aris tocracy." "Indeed! when did they land?" The average woman wishes to be idealized and strongly objects to being understood. A disciple is a man who does not understand. He thinks that he is on, but he isn't. A woman may be a mystery to a man and to herself, but never to an other woman. People who take pains never to do any more than they are paid for never get paid for any more than they do. If you have a wife and love her, tell her sotell her half a dozen times a day. This was said by a bachelor. Some writers are famous for the books they have written...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 12 July 1902

CO O a O a a i -J /J Mi.-'- lefts'*. $* -v.? I. &JI&4, Nothing 'Succeeds like distress. The bigger* a little man is, the less he amounts to. Birds of a feather occasionally pre-' fer to flock apart. The man who has a large heart can not have a light one. What is sauce for the gander may be saucy for the goose. One who- knows does not talk one who talks does not know. If you mind your own business you won't work more than eight hours a day, "They belong to the landed aris tocracy." "Indeed! when did they land?" The average woman wishes to be idealized and strongly objects to being understood. A disciple is a man who does not understand. He thinks that he is on, but he isn't. A woman may be a mystery to a man and to herself, but never to an other woman. People who take pains never to do any more than they are paid for never get paid for any more than they do. If you have a wife and love her, tell her sotell her half a dozen times a day. This was said by a bachelor. Some writer...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 19 July 1902

I ft ^^^m^^^m 1It alsosto publish U the newspCMlble. SIt does so Impartially, wasting no words.? 8Its correspondents are able and enwgetio. NO. 29 WKDNESDAY, JVXSS 9TH. mnere was & much larger attendance than had been Anticipated at the open ing of the National Afro-American coun cil in the senate chamber at the capitol lay The hali was well filled with "Sright men and women, representative of all the business and professional as well as social, religious and educational or ganizations of the Afro-Americans. I The mission of the council is to elevate the position of the colored people in all I the walks of life, and especially to aid i the members of the race in the south, (Where their civil and political rights are more circumscribed than in the north. I The council is a national federation of' iall the colored organizations of evejry kind and shape, and it is the laaders in I these organizations who represent them .in the national body. The assemblage was composed of as ,flne ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 19 July 1902

fit' i I hill It VrfK"1 J:' MtaJ.-jV'-' THE APPEAL, ''Jit fey 'V. RATIONALAFBO-AMEMCAN HEWSPAPfl PPBLISHED WKEKL.? ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 40 B. 4th St., St. Paul, ninn. ISSUED 8IMTJX,TANOTJfflLT IM 5alnt Paul, Minneapolis, ChicafOi Washington, Louisville, 5t. Louis. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 110 Union Blk. 4th & Cedar, J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Bldg. Room 811 HENRY ROBERTS, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, 823-5 Dearborn St., Suite 31$ C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 W. Jefferson St. Room S W. V. PENN, Manager. ST. LOUIS 6FFICE, No. 1002 Franklin Avenue. J. H. HARRISON, Manager. rsa TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: iNQLC COPY. ONE YEAR $2.09 SING LE COY, SIX MONTHS 1.10 SINGLE COPY, THREE MONTHS 60 When subscriptions are by any mqans allowed to run without prepayment, the terms art 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week, or at the rate of 92,40 pel year. Remittances should be made by Express Money Order, Post Office Mo...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 19 July 1902

p /&gi I The f-^-v Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen: I am profoundly grateful for the distinguished honor conferred upon me by the repre Bentatives of the Republican party of Minnesota in convention assembled. For two years I have ndeavored, as chief executive, to serve the people of our state to the best of my ability, and to have performed the duties of that posi tion in such a manner as to meet with your approbation Is most gratifying. At this time it will not be inappropriate to discuss the laiuea involved in the com ing campaign and to examine our past record. The Republican party was called into existence during tumultuous times. has met every issue presented and set tled it, and ecttled it properly. Slavery and disunion threatened the life of our government -uiih 'Lincoln, our first Re publican presulant, at the helm, the na tion passed that danger without ship wreck. Slavery WAS Abolished and the Union was saved. The dangers of the reconstruction pariod were met and mas tered,...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 19 July 1902

United States Senator Knute Nelson, when introduced as temporary chairman of the convention, made the following ad dress, out! the issues now before the people an- -attitude upon them of the Republican party. He said You have not forgotten, and all of you well remember, the critical, hard, and un promising times of 189b The country was still suffering from the industrial and financial stagnation and depression which began and continued undei Cleveland administration The country was full of mechanics and labor ing men of all classes, idle and without woik Money, through want of confi dence, was out of cnculation, and hard to earn, to acquire or to borrow The industrial, the financial and the business world was stagnant, stood par alyzed and in dread of the future And the great masses oi tne people were suf fering, restless and pining tor a way out of the difficulties by which they were sur rounded but with no clear purpose, and in many cases, undecided as to the proper road to take I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 19 July 1902

III H W bintly City a ad Saintly City roIk% Newsy Items of Social, Religious a** General Matters Among the People, Boll ed Down. All who were present at the recep tion were delighted. It is now in order for the "knockers" to go out in the woodshed and shed tears. Mrs. Jennie E. Watson is visiting Mrs. J. H. Dillingham and Mrs. J. C. Berry of Rondo street. The delegates to the meetings were loud in their praise of the generosity and hospitality of the people. Miss Mabel Lawrence of Chicago is in the city visiting her uncle, Mr. W. A. Lawrence, 434 Rondo street. Mrs. W. T. Francis and Mrs.*Lula King entertained at dinner in honor of Prof. W. E. B. DuBois of Atlanta 'Thursday. Mr. E. G. Rogers, the present clerk courts of Ramsey county, has filed lor the Republican nomination for the same office. Mr. Marcellus L. Countryman, a prominent lawyer, has filed for the Republican nomination for Judge of the District Court of Ramsey county. Nice furnished rooms for rent -at 221 East Thirteenth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 19 July 1902

14, "Jf 4 & &*& wmJLimmm fflWB*OLis.*-" DOINGS N AN ABOTr TH GPfeAT "FLOUR CITY." Matters Social, Religions and. General Which Have Happened and are toHapp Anions: the People of tn City the Valla. Dr. P. A. Hubert has returned i Chicago. The K. of P. picnic at Carver was a grand success. Relatives from Pullman, 111., are vis iting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Morris. QueryWhy not subscribe for The Appeal and stop borrowing your neigh bor's paper? i The Union Sunday School picnic was' the very best ever given by the differ ent Sunday Schools. Quite a number of ladies from this city attended the Adelphia Club picnic at Indian Mounds last week. The Christian Endeavor meets every Sunday 6:30 p. m. at Bethesda Bap tist church. You are most cordially invited. Mrs. Jennie E. Watson, after spend ing several months visiting at Colum bus and Cincinnati, Ohio, has returned to the city. Prom what you have heard, aint you sorry that you did not attend the Ban quet at the Armory Hall? Well, yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 26 July 1902

'I'H"1"H'H TOOMUCH GOODNESS HOW A N EXEMPLARY HUSBAND ALMOST DROVE HIS WIFE O LUNACY THE STAY A HOME AS CONSTANT IRRITANT Woman Should Be Taken to the Thea ter, to Concerts and Balls Man Should So Arrange as to Spend a Portion of His Evenings Away From His Domicile. *.&- v- "^''-'''idHflJt-'s^''-'1*- friend, Ebenezer Butterworth Snagues, tells me that I have made quite a favorable impression among his employes. When he called to see me, socially, the other evening, he said that his pbrter, Clonough, had asked him if he supposed that I could tell him what ailed his wife. I told Snagues to send Clenough up to my office so me afternoon and I would talk the matter over. Mr. Clenough called the next after noon and briefly described his wife's condition. said: "I can't imagine what the trouble is. wife is very quiet doesn't like society don't like to go to the theater, or to concerts, or lectures, in fact, all she does want to do is to st ay at home. She doesn't go out of the house to...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 26 July 1902

1 wi"**rBnSJ2S3ip 'txfe THE APPEAL, I HATiONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPB PUBUSHBO WBBKZiT BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 9 B. 4th St., St. Paul, nian. XSST7BD SUTDXTAWMOTTSLT IN 5lnt Paul, Minneapolis, Chlcaro, Washington, Louisville, St. Louis. ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 110 Union Blk. 4th & Cedar, J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS QFFICE, Guaranty Loan Bldg. Room 811 HENRY ROBERTS, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, 823-5 Dearborn St., Suite 31$ C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 W. Jefferson St. Room 3 W. V. PENN, Manager. ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 Franklin Avenue. J. H. HARRISON, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IH ADVANCE: SINGLE COPY, ONE YEAR -$2.oe SHNO.LE COY, SIX MONTHS... 1.10 KJNGLE COPY, THflCE MONTHS 60 ItVben subscriptions are by any mqans allowed to run without prepayment, the terms are 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each oc?d week, or at the rate of 92,40 pel year. Remittances should be made by Express Money Order, Post Office Money Order, Re gistered L...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 26 July 1902

""Si ,/f *T. PACL. vvbtKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPI tetntly City and Saintly City Folk* Noway Items of Social, Religion* tmt General Matter* Among the People* Boil ed Down. Mr. W. M. Bell of Sault Ste Marie, Mich, was in the city this week on business. Mrs. 0. Allen gave a dinner in honor of Mrs. I. B. W. Barnett last Friday afternoon. Miss Blanch Matthews of Chicago is visiting her aunt, Mrs. T. H. kyles, 782 Selby avenue. Miss 'Maud Arbuckle of Mr. Pleas ant, Iowa, the guest of Miss Dodd, re turned home last week. Mrs. Ida B. W. Barnett and baby who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Milton, left Saturday for Chicago. Interest reajiy for entry at The State Savings Bank. Deposits made there now entitled to 5 mos. interest Jan. 1. Miss Martha V. Webster of Louis ville, who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs F. D. Parker, left Thursday for Chicago Mr. E. G. Rogers, the present clerk o* courts of Ramsey county, has filed for the Republican nomination for the same office. Mr and Mrs. W. McC...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 26 July 1902

~f ,J .tfj -t*.W Vfe^vV!^*f?e&, i MINNEAPOLIS. a ft "Ml ______ DO!NG IN AND ABOOT THI GREAT "FLOUR CITY." j-/. Matter* Social, Religions and General "Which Have Happened and are to Happen Among the People oS the City on the Vail*. Miss Edna Noble is, Quite ill at her home. \V, Miss Elene Wheaton is visiting at Creston, Iowa. Mr. Alvin Toliver will make Omaha, Neb., his home. Quite a large number attended the Sunday school picnic at Minnehaha Falls. Mrs. William Lippes of St. Paul is visiting Mrs. B. Keesee, 715 W. 31st street. QueryWhy not subscribe for Tli6 Appeal and stop borrowing your neigh bor's paper? Everybody had an enjoyable time at the Episcopal picnic at Linden Hill Thursday. A Tallyho party of ladies from St. Paul made many pleasant calls in cfur city last week. Messrs. J. T. Ford and Wilbur A. Jackson are no longer connected with.The Appeal., There will be a picnic given by the Dunbar Literary Society at Minneha ha Falls Tuesday. Miss Zelma La Force and mottier, of ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 2 August 1902

rw ^4| .i^- -*W r^J?*i itfiiii^liM2^i^^^^iaife: Curiously, there are on the New York polfce force two-awn-^a* *xperien^d_de-. tective and a patrolmanwfco, though not blood relations, resemble each oth er so much that many suppose them to be twins. These tvo men also resemble -:.a well known Philadelphia-'thief' knowa asv-'tRed Tim" and when either is identi fled bv victims of a robbery as their desponer detectives at once search or .Tim. In 1875. Mr. Boutillier rode down town '"'Jn^.a horse car to the custom bouse carrying a. canvas bag. filled with gold /-CQih. He was roobed by a- gang, and ^.wjjen asked to designate the supposed -thieves from agroup of men he at once selected the detectiye who resembled "Red Tim." But when Tim was arrested Mr. -Boutilller's confidence was so shaken that he could not identify the theif, and the fellow escaped punishment. In the summer of 186? the family of Mr. Levy, who occupied the house ta West Twenty-third street where the Na than murder was com...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 2 August 1902

ST. PAUL OFFICE, No. 11 0 Union Blk. 4th & Cedar, J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Bldg. Room 811 HENRY ROBERTS, Manager. CHICAGO OFFICE, 323-5 Dearborn St., Suite 310^ C. F. ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, Ho. 312 W. Jefferson St. Room 3 W. V. PENN, Manager. S T. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 Franklin Avenue. J. ti. HARRISON, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: f'urtherl ^^i ?y- THE APPEAL, ft NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPE! PCBIilSHED WSEKLT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 B. 4th 5t., St. Paul, Hinn. ISSTTBD SIMULTAOTBOTTSLT QT Balnt Paul, Minneapolis* Chicago* Washington, Louisville, St. Lout*. tllNOLC COPY, ONE YEAH. *2.0 SlNOLC COY,'siX MONTHS 1.10 SlNOXC COPY, THREE MONTHS 6 .When subscriptIons are by any mqans allowed to run without prepayment, the terms art 60 cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for each odd week, or at the rate of 92,40 pet year. Remittances should be mads by Express Money Order, Post Office Money Order, Re gistered LfStter ...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 2 August 1902

I jMm PAUL *tiiKS RECORD IN MINNESO- FA' S UftP I (Mtntly City and Saintly City rolls* Mews* Items i Social, Religion* ft* General Blatters Among the People, Boll* *d Down. Mr. T. W. Jones of Chicago was in the city this week, the guest of Mr. Terrill, The funeral of Harry Buck was held at St. Peter Claver church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Georg Blaine of Boston, who has been the guest of Mrs. Firston White, left for her home, Tuesday. Mrs! J. N. Croker and Mrs. Mabel Jamieson of Chicago are in the city, the guests of Mrs. J. H. Dillmgham. Mrs. Charles Weir and family of Chicago are visiting her brother-in law, W. A. Weir, 575 Central avenue. Interest ready for entry at The State Savings Bank. Deposits made there now entitled to 5 mos. interest Jan. 1. There was a very pleasant lawn fete given at St. James church Tuesday night, which was quite largely at tended. Mrs. Delia Taylor of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. M. A. Washington of Chicago are guests of Mrs. Bercio, 684 Wabasha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 2 August 1902

't W ?1 MINNEAPOLIS. A DOINGS I N AND ABOUT. )T GREAT "FLOUR CITY." Matters Social, Religion* an Creaerad Which Have Happened and ar.to Happen Among, the Peapls 2 the* CItjr on that SatUs. The Bethesda Sunday school will picnic at Minnehah'a. Aug. 6th. There will be baptism at Bethesda Baptist church Sunday evening. Rev. D. E. Butler of St. James A. M. IB. church has returned from Detroit, Mich. i^af QueryWhy not subscribe for The Appeal and stop borrowing your'neigh- bor's paper? A Miss Elene Wheaton has returned from Iowa, where she has been visiting for the last few weeks. The Christian Endeavor meets every Sunday 6:30 p. m. at Bethesda Bap tist church. You are most cordially invited. Miss M. Jacxson, milliner and mo diste, ladies' tailoring. French clean ing and curling feathers a specialty. No. 1409 South Fifth street. Mrs. Nellie Hale has opened a studio for piano instruction, Room 52, East inan block. Special attention given beginners. Terms reasonable. Mr. McCracken, stenogr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 9 August 1902

.7* I I* 'i' i YOL. 18. NO. 32. TRANG^: things are taking place th /i 5* th !T- S ^TV epth9 !L* S3L' Kttee Later, In 1830, attracted by these beckoning Island mountains, George Tount, with several associates, bJilt a schooner at San Pedro and went to the ^Isldhds in search of sea-bfterT The game which th ey sought was plentiful and they did a good business. While they were thus living upon Santa Catalina they dis severed rich out-cropplngs of gold and silver bearing ores, but it was otter they were -sitter and not precious metals, and they paid little attention to their find. Later, when the Coloma strike brought '-a-*i of eager gold seekers to the ""ast. Tount hethwntht him of their find and returned to the island to search for the neglected wealth. was unable to again locate the vein and gave the thing up. Still later, when the Southern Cali fornia strikes were made, prospectors, in Los Angeles, learned of the lost mine of the otter hunters and they sought the Island, and found ri...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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