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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 January 1896

If HE FAIR! \l SEW WHATCOM, WASH. f| ■ £ j ivjii now on we will retail ■ ,r»i-il> nt wholesale prices. The x m t x - . o n6i»ical method of handling %■ Hi' (',j i^imls of goods under one ex- 09 ■'I ;' IIH makes a great saving to V ■J» pvitv customer. Our large trade *■ ■ v 11" low prices on desirable 5c ■j; A Few Prices: m *\ \? ■}{ IV «t<-:>an'lul Sugar 100!b $r,.2r, £* ML <V..»l Cli«>i> Feed per sack... 75 M 1,1 (iood Flour, per sack 75 £5 Myt Tt So.la, per package 7* 2^ ■** <; ()l i«i armed Corn, a can... 7£ \m ■}( ;■. Canned Tomotoes " ... 7i jni ■it Yeast, per package 4 M mix Miit«-li<;s, " 2 £* ■if ,;. M ,,nVa, per pound 25 mfa |;.-; Ki*'<s " 5 tin ■1? ,;,,,-sniiill White Beans 3 *% W. I[) ; Is Rolled Oats 1.00 M ■it Best IJtifon & Home Cured 0* ■11 Hams, per pound 10 *£ Mh [)rv salt or Pickled Pork..: 7C2 1 l 0 nest Lard, per pound 10 #\ If I'J (;,„,-! Kaisins, per pound... 3 "fc* I!) just Sofia Crackers " .. 5J £» i\\t Best Tea Fanning*, (not X...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 January 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov»t Report WEH Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Cotton. In hie interesting studies of the struc tural peculiarities of cotton Dr. Walter Gardner has found that, when magni fied to the extent of about 150 diame ters, a typical cotton fiber has the appear ance of a spirally twisted band or ribbon with irregular surface markings, the thickness being greater, as a rule, at the edges than ia tlie center, and having, therefore, a grooved or channeled aspect. The spiral character is much more highly developed iv some varieties than iv others, being less prominent, for ex ample, in the better qualities of sea is laud. A transverse section of the fiber exhibits a central cavity running longi tudinally with respect to the fiber, this appearing sometimes as a white and sometimes as a black streak between the thick edges of fiber when viewed in plan. The breadth of the fiber, which varies from 0.0004 to 0.001 inch, is in the average somewhat less than tha...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 February 1896

VOL. 5. NO. 51. IB WEST BREVITIES Evidence ot Steady Growth and Enterprise. ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST From All the Cities and Towns of the Pacific States and Territories —Washington. An opera house and dance hall com biiied is to be erected at Kalama. Washington has 112 members in her legislature, while the new state of Utah has sixty-three. A contract has been signed to build at Everett a saw mill with a capacity of 50,000 feet a day. The Marysville labor exchange has started a depository, by selling shingles and laying in a stock of groceries. Washington's lumber product for 1695 was the value of 800,000 of which 000,000 was in shingles. A four-story brewery with stone foundation is to be erected at Turn water. Its dimensions will be 28x90 feet. ■ :v An Indian on the North beach cap tured a flue specimen of the Arctic owl one day last week. The captain of the schooner Thayer paid $5 for it. A cheese factory with all the latest machinery is to be erected at Daven port, and is expec...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 February 1896

The Islander CULVER RKOS., rablUlier*. Entered at the postofllce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PKICK, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ~ ADVKKTISING KATKS: Display standing ads, §1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, pec week, sin gle oclumn measurement. Reading busings locals, and notices, such as Wanted; For Sale, etc., 10 cenis per Line for t'*t insertion and S cents I" I line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin; Islander j must be signed with the name the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1896. SUtUR BEET CULTURE. The communication of Mr. C. M. liartlett on the subject of sugar beet culture, published in The Islander two week* ago, was timely and to the point. There is no longer any room for doubt thaisugar beets can be pro litably produced in Western Washing ton as well as on the east s...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 February 1896

I THE FAIR! I jv SEW WHATCOM, WASH. |£l £ prom now on we will retail ; K,,ls at wholesale prices. The A j^onomical method of handling CZ \i -ill kinds of goods under one ex- m\ l\ pcnse makes a great saving to >* (X evory customer. Our large trade £5 \0 is duo to low prices on desirable 5£ ; J> A Few Prices: 5? [( Rest Gran'ltd Sugar $5.25 f\ xf „ i (In Feed per sack... 75 \0 0\ <;,,,.! Flour, per sack 75 C 5 V ])<■-{ Soda, per package 7$ 5£ £* Good Canned Corn, a can... 7£ Cy *J Best Canned Tomotoes " ... 7£ m\ xt Yeast, per package 4 ** fit Matches, " 2 A Me Tea, per pound 25 5C '* Bt-t Rice, '* 5 W *? r, ( <t Small White Beans 3 A {} 32 pounds Rolled Oats 1.00 \m 0\ Hist Hacon & Home Cured *% \0 Hams, per pound 10 \* A Div Salt or Pickled Pork... 7C? ■* Ut'st Lard, per p0und........ 10 gZ *\ ilmii-I Kaisius, per pound.. 3\m f\ Host Soda Crackers " .. 6J m\ \t ]',< st Tea tannings, (not V ** lust) ier pound 15 SS All other GROCERIES at Low- pP >£ est Price...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 February 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power— Latest U. S. Gov't Report fms£& RR/S! Powder Absolutely PURE THIS GIRL A HEROINE SAVED A BABY AND HER AGED MOTH- ER FROM A FIERY DEATH. First Rang the Fir* Alarm— Two Trips of Rescue— Danger Was Fast, Became Hysterical and Fainted. Tillio Stern, a tall, dark haired girl of 19 years, saved two lives the other day at her home, in a tenement in East Eighty-fifth street, New York. One was a life almost spent—that of her mother, who is past 80 and helpless from inflam matory rheumatism, the other that of a golden haired child jnst learning to talk —Hortenso Speakmaster, 18 months old, and the pride and joy of the big tene meut. Tillio and her widowed mother live on the second floor, and on the top floor, three flights further up, live Leonard Speakrnastcr, his wife and the baby, Hortenso. The mother had just dressed the child in its pretty gown of white muslin at 10 n. m., when Tillie knocked at (ho door. She intended just a morn ing call to inquire...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 February 1896

VOL. :>. NO. 52. panic northwest items oi General Interest From All Sections. ,i»MENT AND PROGRESS „ ,| ie < jtiea and Towns of the Pacific State* and Territories- Washington. County immigration conventions are. • the rage in the Evergreen state this aontb. x resumption of the operations of paper mills at Everett is a matter f considerable importance to that town- i§^ \ consignment of Kaffir corn will j,,oii arrive from Kansas and an effort •nil be made to induce Adams county fanners to give it a thorough trial. ' ■ ~ ' £,'■", i Specimen photographs of Whatcom county timber have been forwarded to ' j Eastern polytechnic institution, to ' be n»ed iv the regular course of study. The people of Puyallup are rejoicing ' iv the mildness of its climate, which i fact i» evidenced by the presence of . blooming roses and chrysanthemums. Another large batch of land has been ' patented by the Northern Pacific rail- ! |v, v It consists of 595,318 acres lying jnYakima, Walla Walla and Frank...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 February 1896

VOL. 5. NO. 52. liIFIC NORTHWEST ■items ol General Interest From All Sections. m E VKLi)?MENT AND . PROGRESS Sill ie Cities and Towns of the Pacific j States and Territories- i'- Washington. I guilty immigration " conventional are m^ t ie rage in the Evergreen state this I i, resumption of the operations of ■tbt- p a per mills at Everett is a matter If considerable importance " to that HrtTß- I a consignment of Kaffir corn will I f^oD arrive from Kansas and an f effort ■ will be made to induce i Adams county I farmers to give it a thorough trial. m Specimen photographs of Whatcom ■ county timber have been forwarded, to ■mi Eastern polytechnio institution, to Ibe used in the regular course of study. I The people of Puyallup are rejoicing lin the mildness of - its climate, which ■ fact is evidenced by the presence of ■ blooming roses and - chrysanthemums. I Another large batch of land has been ■ patented by the Northern Pacific rail way. 11 consists of 595,318 acres lying in Vakima, W...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 February 1896

'TPhe Islander CULVER BROS., Publisher*. i Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin fie cclumn measurement. Heading business locals, and notices, Bach M Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for fi-st insertion and 5 cents per fine each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to The Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13th, 1896. FORWARD OR BACKWARD -WHICH! Last week Thr Islander published a vigorous little communication over the very appropriate norn de plunle of "Hustler", upon the importance of ef fecting some sort of a county organiza tion to promote settlement and develop ment and encourage the establishment of new...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 February 1896

■THE FAIR! i W. >E w whatcom, wash. UK Ml ,v,,,ini(iwon we will retail ffi is at wholesale prices. The M W£\ ?l.'?,,oini<-al method of handling \2 X tH,'. (1 L'iniN of goods under one ex- 0\ Hi ' , makes a great saving to X* Hl' '" " rV ciistouier. Our large trade's% B} nVt" low prices on desirable 3C ft !\ Few Prices: if lmf>'v „ ( ;r:m'lt«l Sugar 100!b.....55.25'*§ mh /v.«l I'M1 Feed er sack... 75 V M\ ( ,v<hl Flour, per sack 75 « Wit V st S.hl;i. per package 7i 2w Hi '•7)(H':iiiiio(l Corn, a can... 7J \d ■| ','.«, fanned Tomotoes " ... 7* ; *» B pSfeli, per pound* 25 M t&t\ p ps t Kicc, ' 5" \jf B j), s t Small White Beans....: 30\ m rrouiiids Rolled Oats 1.00 \g 9, Best HiK-on & Home Cured g\ B Hums, per p0und....... 10 3£ Hi i )rv Suit or Pickled Pork,.. 7t3 V Host L:inl. per pound 10 2% W {ioo ,] Kaisins, per pound.. -8 W X |^st Soda Crackers ••.".. .. 5J £% 3} pest Tea Fanning*, (not V W[y dust) ier pound 16 £3> Wk A n other GROCERIES at Low- fg es( Pri...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 February 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power,- Latest U. S. Gov't Report DnVal Baking KKy&l Powder ABSOLUTELY PUBE A SWEET YOUNG FACE. Along the noisy city ways And in this rattling city car, On tliis the dreariest of days, Perplexed with business fret and jar, When suddenly a young, sweet face Look.-d on my petulance and pain And lent it something of its grace And charmed it into peace again. DM day was just as bleak -without, My neighbors just as cold within, And truth was just as full of doubt, The world was just as full of sin. But in the light of that young smile The world grew pure, the heart grew warm. And sunshine gleamed a little while Across the darkness of the storm. I did not care to seek her name, 1 only mid, "God bless thy life, Thy nraet young grace be still the same, Or happy maid or happy wife." 1&58. —Phillips Brooks. THE EARTHQUAKE. Surely no building of its size ever contained more food for the imagination that my friend Norman's riverside bun galow. It was fairly c...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 February 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 1. i ill NORTHWEST , ■ Progress and Doings in the Pacific States. r ' CONDENSED BUDGET OF NEWS j From All the Cities and Towns of the j I'ncillc States and Territories —Washington. The Sound Pulp & Paper Company's mill at Everett resumed operations last week. Thre Everett council has closed a con- j tract to pay $125 a month for 127 hy- | drants now in position. The militia boys of Pomeroy are j * talking about opening a library in con nection with a billiard room, gymna- j sium, etc. Thirty-six chattel mortgages and j eight assignments were filed with the ! ! auditor of Whitman county during the j • month of January. ! From half an acre of seed onions, S. : \ nway, of Kennewick, gathered 200 i pounds of seed, for which he finds a r steady market at $1 per pound. : It is understood the stone upon which \ ! Mr. Gos3 based his bid for the con traction of the state capitol was that j ot the Sunsot quarry near Wilkeson. The Washington Mill Company, at Port Hadlock, has r...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 February 1896

"TpjHLE Islander CULVER BKOS., Publishers. Entered at the postoffice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. - OB9CKI ,, TION THICK, |1.50 per year Strictly in advance ADVERTISING KATKSi Display standing ads, fl.oo per inch per month. "25 cents per inch, per week, sin jrlo lama measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such M Wanted. For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for o'flt insertion and 5 cents per fine each wet* thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must ho signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but Ml fjuarantee of food faith. The Official Paper of San Joan County. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20th, 1896. r' ■ - THE DECLINE OF SILVER. One of the favorite allegations of the free silver partisans used especially to Influence the farmers in every congres sional campaign is that the decrease in the value of agricultural product* during the past ten years has been the logical result of the demoneti...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 February 1896

I THE FAIR! I g yE ir TVHATCOM, WASH. %' # From now on we will retail g JJ JEkS at wholesale prices. The JC /* Gnomical method of handling \2 5 *",, Lin.i^nf goods under one ex- £% A -nS makes a great saving to \g M ' . r v customer. Our large trade ft (} fs due to Low prices on desirable 5C 0 * A Few Prices: x V rwGran'ltd Sugar 1001b $5.25 ?\ ft Good Chop Feed per sack... 75 5£ A ,',',...! Flour, per sack 75 w2 V Rest Soda, per package <J 2% A sGood Canned Corn, a can... ,* %2 V Best Canned Tomotoes ** — 7i #X {* yeast, per package 4 }£ /* Matches ••• * %y M Good Tea, per pound 25 /* Best Rico, " 5 M V L t small White Beans 3 m\ It i» noiiuds Rolled Oats 1.00 \g \{ Best Bacon A Home Cured ft */ Hams, per pound 10 5c A Dry Salt or Pickled Pork... 7ft V Best Lard, per pound 10 £5 ,;,,.■! Raisins, per pound... 3\m X Best Soda Crackers " .. 5i £V C 5 Best Tea Farmings, (not V #* dust) per pound 15 Z£ Jft All Other GROCERIES at Low- Pp Cg eat Prices. Jj|* | DRY GOODS. I & German...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 February 1896

Highest of all m Leavening Power*— Latest U. S. Gov't Report IvySS Powder Absolutely pure W>LT THOU BE LONG? Wilt thou be long? The workful day Is o'er. The wind croons softly to the sleeping sea. At the old spot upon the lonely shore I wait for Mm*. Home to his nest the swift gray gull Is wing ing. Through the still duck I hear the sailor's song. X ight to the weary rest from toil is bringing— Wilt thou be long? Wilt thou be long? The darkness gathers fast. The daisies fold their fringes on the lea. Time is so fleeting, and youth will not last- Ob, come to me! In the clear west a silver star is burning, But sad miFgivings all my bosom throng. With anxiouH heart I watch for thy returning— Wilt thou be long? —E. Matheson in Chambers' Journal. j LOST AT SEA. There he lay in the sunshine, a great black, noble animal, with his work in this world done. I was standing at his side looking at him when my friend came up and joined me. "Are you trying to make friends with our old Brutus?" ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 February 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 2. NORTHWEST BREVITIES Evidence ot Steady Growth and Enterprise. liXi j S OF GENERAL INTEREST From Our Sister States Epitoin i,,.ii—The Leading Topics I>is csmseil- Washington. Aberdeen will have only six months of school, the term ending the latter, part of this month. A permanent county immigration convention was organized in Taconia fur Pierce county last week. There will, it is esuamted, be from s iMiit to 12,000 bushels of apples shipped from Orcas island this year. The winter school for farmers at j Full mar is proving popular. Farmers from all parts of the state are in at teii'iiiuee. .Mis. Caroline E. Hartman, who is 52 yean old, has taken up a claim six miles above Granite Falls, in Snoho mish county. Ex-Sheriff Deßackin, of Lincoln county, has purchased the Popnlist pa per at Davenport, the People's Banner, from C. H. Scott. 1 here will be no ice famine in Spo kane, notwithstanding the mild win ter. There is plenty of ice in Silver lake, Medical lake and oth...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 February 1896

The Islander CULVER IIKOS.. Publisher*. * Entered at the postoftice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION THICK, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance AI»VKKTIS!N«I KATES) Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch pei month. "liT> cents per inch, per week, sin pie <•< lama measurement. Reading bustneas locals, and notices Biich as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for t'-st insertion and 5 cents pel line each wouk thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates All communications to THK Isi.anm-i must be signed with the name of tin writer, not necessarily for publication but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Jean County, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1896 —^—1^—~"~ .... - - <m^mmmmm A few weeks ago The Islander published an interesting communica tion from Mr. Geo. Qibbs, of Orcas, on the subject of chicory raising, in which lie had just completed a very successful experiment. The editor had the pleas ure of visiting Mr. Gibbs' fi...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 February 1896

OFFICIAL DIRECTOR!. STATK OFFICKItS. ....John 11. McGraw Governor....--"-^ Frank H. Lnce l.ieiif""" 1 I 1;I".'' James H. Price S<''n'! •of Stale OzroA.Bowen BUM 1 It>:1*' /':.; V • '.'. W C Jones , ah •*"*>', V, iJstro3ion Cha«. W. B.an Si IS£fiSS£^ - wTJSSSS LaU Commissioner^.. Q DoolitUe «-—" / S. C. Hyde <on* J John L Wilson l, P n»toD» ( Watson C. Squire SUPREME COURT. , „„„ T J Anders Chief Justice : R O Dunbar "" I P Hoyt .^■Ute Justices,] C P. Stiles Ast^ I Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. . „,,,„„ Jit Winn Superior J "!{.*• Elijah H. Nash County Clerk • , rpd c Harper Joint Sen»\°£r;; ; J. L. Murray Repr*««nUtlve A. H. Sliter Audit* 1" CM. Tucker Treasurer •••••■•• ( , Tj Carter • ;™,prs I '" I. 11. Nichols j Commissioners, 1"' .William Graham j W.H. Thacker Attorney - Newton Jones Slit"" ' v w Harrison Assess* 01 • ....A. P. Vaughn i *urvev si.hoofs ■.■■■.'.'.'.'.'..Rev. T. Is Dyer fript of & boo* ... D^ Gco Wri g ht g^^gLfsConrt H D AMI* .—-: THE : SAN JUAN COU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 February 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov*t Report IVv~*i Powder iv £l Powder Absolutely pure A BIG SALT MINE. The Developments a New California Industry. Articles of incorporation have been filed by the "Crystal Rock Salt Min ing Co." of San Francisco, with a cap ital stock of 1500,000, of which $227, --500 have been subscribed by Chas. G. Ahlborn, aanford Bennett, Meyer j Lewis, Julius Reimer, S. Lewis, L. i Dorn and Bon Lewis. The Crystal Rock Salt Mine is situ ated in San Bernardino county, and produces a salt of superior quality, which, according to analysis made by Professor L. Falkenau, of the State Assay Office in San Francisco, is found to be chemically pure. At the instance of Norton, Teller & Roden, and other San Francisco houses, a number of tests were made, with the result that the salt produced from this mine has been found to be equal to the best Eng lish salt in the market for butter mak ing and table use, arid for meat and fish packing, milling and da...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 March 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 3. TELEGRAPHIC RESUME Events of the Day in a Con- densed Form. OP iMEREST TO ALL READERS Item* of Importance From Domestic ami Foreign Sources — Cream of the Dispatches. Irving Fleming committed suicide, K cutting h>« throat with a razor, at Woodbnrn, or. Nye, the famous humorist, died borne iu Asheviille, N. C, from a tic Btrofce. Daniel Valencia, residing near Spo kane, killed himself by shooting him y-lf through the heart. entire family of Jacob Jacodi v , „ asphyxiated in his farmhouse, near Niles (Vuter, 111., by gas from a coal stove. The president has signed the bill ex tending the operation of mineral land law6 to the north half of the Colville Indian reservation. A large amount of spurious coin in the shape of SO-cent and $1 pieces has been found to be in circulation at Wenatchee, Wash. At a meeting of Irish-Americans held in New York, resolutions were adopted demanding the release of all political prisoners confined in English jail*. E. K. Campbell, ex-clerk...

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