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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 March 1896

lAHE1 AHE ISLANDBR < I i.YEK BIWS., Publisher*. Rntered at the postofflee in Friday Harbor aa second class mail matter. MTMCmirTIOH PRICK, |l.Se per year strictly in wlvawr. \I»VKHTInIN<; KATES: Display standing ads. $1.00 per inch per month. 2&eenta per inch, ■«.:• week, sm rto rclamn measurement. Ke-vlin™ business locals, and notices, Bach as Wanted, For Sale, etc, 10 cents per line for fl**l insertion and S cents per fine eajeh we** thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Isi,ani»kii must bfl signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, biit as* guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Joan Connty. THURSDAY, MARCH sth, 1596. Thk senate of the United States has at last adopted a dignified and appro priate resolution recognizing the bel ligerent rigkts of the Cubans in their straggle for freedom from the Spanish yoke. And now from Spain comes a howl of rage and news of tin attack by a inobupon the Un...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 March 1896

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ■tate omcna. ... John 11. MeGraw ( ;overnor ....••••-••.;•;;.. Frank H. Lnce lieiitfi'.iiiit < »ov«. James H. I'ri.-e H( ,.rotary of www ■■ Uzro A . Bowen State Tre^» relVj3 ". W C Jones A«°r!J e} iV, Ins ruction Chas. W. li.an SiU»t P? bl 'ViSicr W T Forrest jj,, cotamtmwnei ( ~. ff r)ooliltle „,,I (, ,>!ii« ; S. C. Hyde ' 011-' j John L Wilson Fen3 tors ( Watson C. Squire j SUPREME COURT. , fil>p T J Anders j rbief Jm"'- e ;■■ K O Dunbar ■/. J P Hoyt iv.otii>teJustices'l'. »^C P stiles ! A" { nion Scott - COUNTY OFFICKKS. . lre J It Winn ! SuperiorJncue V\\\*h H. Nash i Coiintv Cleric ....Fred C. Harper j Joint Senator.. f , u Murray I KepresentatiM. A H SUtpr Auditor CM. Tucker i Treasurer •••••••• v Tj> Csirter j . . nnor ~ J J.H.Nichols Cu.unissioners, . illiam Graham '" ..W.H. Thacker Attorney •— ..Newton Jones Shcrifl jr \\r Harrison | Assessor " A. p Vaughn | Suryeyor....^... ~" Re vJ T. T-. Dyer 3upt of ScbooW -Dr.Geo.s. Wright gSSinne7u|c...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 March 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report DrftfeJ Baking V& SS Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE PRINCE HENRY OF BATIENBURQ He Die* on the Expedition Against the Aahantees. The death of Prince Henry Maurice of Battenberg. son-in-law of Queen Victoria, which occurred recently, as the result of swamp fever contracted while on the military expedition of the British into Ashantee, West Africa, Is a sovere blow to the Queen, who was deeply attached to him, and the Priu tess Beatrice, his wife. The prince was u tine-looking man and joined the ex jK»dition in search of fame. l>eiug mili liiry secretary to Sir Francis Scott, the general in charge. Soon after entering Ashante<> he was stricken with swamp fever and was sent back to the coast to be conveyed to the healthful island of Madeira. He died on the steamer that was conveying him there. Prince Henry was l>orn in 1858 in Hesse Darmstadt, and was the issue of u morganatic marriage. In 188T>, he married the Prin...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 March 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 4. TELEGRAPHIC RESUME Events ol the Day in a Con- densed Form. 0F LNTKKEST TO ALL READERS lu ,, u * <>f importance From Domestic uii'l fw»l»» Sources —Cream of the Dispatches. Chief of Police Crowley, of San Frauds', has resigned. He has been )I} service for nearly forty years. Ballington Booth has announced his pinna tor an independent American Salvation Army, of which he and his wife will bo leaders. General Lewis Merrill died in Phila delphia, aged 05. He was one of the noted officers of the war, and was re tired from active service on a surgeon's certificate of disability in 1886, after several years of frontier duty. Two little girls lost their lives and two men were injured in a fire which partly destroyed the big double tene ment iit las Prospect street, Brooklyn. The origin of the rire is unknown. The lose will not reach more than $2,500. As a train on the Ferris & Cliff House railway in San Francisco was ou its way to the beach, a tunnel near the ocean...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 March 1896

i '"pIIIC Islander CULVEII DUOS., rul>li»li«T«. Filtered at the jK>stolltce in Friday ! [arbor as eecoiul class mail matter. SUHSCIUPTION I'KlCi:, |t.50 per >■■:<!• Strictly in advance. . ADVERTISING KATESj Display stan ling ad*, W.OO per inch per \ month. *25 cents per inch, .. erweek.sin le r> lumn measurement. Routine businexs locals, and notices. , Rn rh as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 <ents , per lino for S'flt insertion and 5 cents per fine aaeb .week thereafter. j 1,-,i notices, at enstomary legal rates. All communications to Thk Ni *>' -> must be Mgned with the name of tb« writer" not? neceWrily for publication, bat asagruaranteeof good faith. Tiie Official Paper of San Juan Goanty. THURSDAY. MARCH 12th, l»* SAN II AN WEATHER Weather Observer Geoghegan's com prehensive summary of the weather in Kan Juan e tunty forthe past five years, as published iii Tub Islander last week, would makea most excellent im migration document. It would appeal with special ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 March 1896

oFfI CLU DIRECTORY. f STATE OFFICERS. John 11. McGraw rnor Ti;nvernor Frank H. Lnce enantGove" 10 ....James H. Price :;:; : rtary of State OzroA. Bowen State Treasurervj ".'.".1. w Jones attorney *gs »« chaaJ w Bwm Bapt 1 llllIl( " io-ier W T Forrest f! Sj umissioner..... fi Doolittle Cngrc^nen ] C. Hyde 1 ''^ i.lohnL Wilson ■■*, j Watson C. Squire scrnEME court. T J Anders Cbief Justice • R o Dunbar ! ■■ J P Hoyt . ociateJustices,]^ C P Stiles As*°"* 1 i .'. Elmon Scott r-oCNTT OFKICEKS. , ,_„ J H Winn Superior '"!*' ...Elijah H. Nash County Clerk .Fred C. Harper joint *el\ aV?s" ".'.'.". J. L. Murray ijepresentatne A H gliter \ Miditor ...CM. Tucker I r e»surer • C.L. Carter . „_„ ! ■■;;; J. H. Nichols Comniissioucrs, I ' .William Graham v " W. 11. Thacker attorney ■"" ....Newton Jones pheriil V... -E W Harrison \ >s<f^or .A. P. Vaughn | survevor- """Rev. T. I. Dyer Supt f^lool * Dr.Gco.S. Wright |gg|||^»rt^HjDVmuog : THE : SANJUAN COUNTY BANK — :of:— FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGT...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 March 1896

fSSJ/d* Powder fliSttjtatest 0. s- A| , AC , utel y pure CHINESE SNAKE STONE. Carious Orient*! Product Which Is Said to CUM i'rtIKIUOUK Kite*. BfU R. Spradley, a attache of the St. Louis sanitarium, at 1656 South Grand uveuuo, has in his possession one of the most curiuus aud what he assorts to be (-iie of the most useful and valuable of articles. It is what is known as a Chi nese snake stono, and there is said to bo but one «tlier in the country. Indeed the ono in Mr. Spradley's possession is hut half a one, the original having been rut in two by Mr. Spradley and half of it given to a friend. In appearance the ■tone looks like a small piece of oblong i-hapod caun«-l coal and is about one- Blghth of an inch in thickness, three uighthH of an inch wide and half an inch long. It ia as light in weight as a piece of cork, possesses a polished sur face and can be easily cut with a knife. It is not a scone, in the proper sense of the word, but is a manufactured article mxl in of a porous t...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 March 1896

VOL. 0. NO. 5. TELEGRAPHIC RESUME Events ot the Day in a Con- densed Form. LNTEREBT TO ALL READERS Item* of Importance From Domestic in(l Furolgu Sources — Cream of the Dispatches. McGaiie and Jacob Henke, rere instantly killed by an ex powder iu their oabin near -i. M->ut. for the execution of H. H. ■ viivioted murderer, has by Governor Hastings of „ for Thursday, May 7. A terrible conflagration raged for .four hours at Asperen, South Holland. Several churches, the post office and fifty buildings were de stroyed. bicycle squad has proved satis- I ctory beyond anioipation, and when B pring cornea all New York's asphalt rill be patrolled by policemen on whi President Cleveland has approved the bill granting the right of way to the Columbia & lied Mountain Railroad Company through the Colville reserva tion, Washington. In London the young radicals have broken oat in revolt against the polioy of the leaders of their party. The dual leadership between Lord Roseberry and Sn Willia...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 March 1896

*Thk Islander ( VI.VFR 8809.. TnVUMhm. Entered at the postofflc© in Friday Harbor as second claaa mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, 11.50 por year Strictly in advance ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 2Acent* per inch, ,er week, sin gle nchimn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for flat insertion and 5 cents per fine each wetjfc thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk 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 Joan County. THURSDAY, MARCH 19th, 1896. It will be of interest to note what sort of an argument the Democrats will make to the people this year in support of their appeal to be again entrusted with the reins of government, with the unpleasant fact staring them in the face that since they came into power in 1893 and enacted the Wilson tariff...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 March 1896

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICKRB. John H. McGraw floTeroor....-"""""^ Frank H. Lnce Sutenant (governor - Jameg H . Price Secretary of late . Ozro A. Bnwen *ute Tre.wirer...- W C Jones iSney General--"- chag w Btan *p t public «J«™!r ...w T Forrest ffid Gommiwion^-;-^ H Doolittle Co^-smen - \j. C. Hyde 1 °ng j John L Wilson wnl ,tori I Watson C. Squire SCFREMK COURT. ...T J Anders Chief J«'lice • R o un bar J PHoyt ,iteJus tlce'M ".".'. C P Stiles ,4t«tt' aie / •;;;;;... E1 mon Scott COCUTT OFFICERS. . ,l n J Winn Super' O! 'JZk '.'■'• Kliah H. Nash County Clerk • Fred c Harper Joint Senator- '. J. L. Murray HepresenUUve A H sliter l^nditor ...CM. Tucker Treasurer • C. L. Carter . __ J J. H. Nichols ' CoininJ» lonelßl j .William Graham I v '■"' W.H. Thacker Attorney '■'" Newton Jones Sheriff. "" . E W Harrison . jiLiFPSSOi " A P. Vaughn Surveyor ••.•.••-•••••••••••••• ]ReVf T. I, Dyer Suptof Schools - ])r G(?o g Wrignt g^jon7rUSgug r ...H DAlliuoß , : THE : SAN JUAN COUNTY BANK -:o...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 March 1896

■ FROM actual analysis made by me, I pronounce the Royal Baking Powder to be the Strongest and Purest Baking Powder before the public. I Prof. Chemistry, College c/ Pharmacy Dtp t. . J jo L Hh-ersity of California. Fire and Air. The intimate relation between flre and air was early recognized, seeing that experience soon taught that air ■was necessary for fire. The experiment of burning a candle in a closed vessel, now bo familiar to every schoolboy, is a very old one, and the influence of a blast of air on a furnace had been prob ably noticed from a very remote period. By some it was affirmed to be the food of fire, while by others the same belief was embodied in the phrase, "Air nour ishes fire. " Again it was long ago ob served that niter, a substance well known to the chemical philosophers of the past, could produce intense ignition. It was hence inferred that, since niter possessed this property, it necessarily followed that the two substances resem bled each other in compositio...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 March 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 6. TELEGRAPHIC RESUME Events oi the Day in a Con densed Form. OF [jiTEBEST TO ALL READERS Item* of Importance From Domestic mi.l Foreign Sources — Cream of the Dispatches. The strike of 12,500 Berlin jointers was ended this week. The workmen have obtained higher pay and shorter hours. While sitting in hia cabin at Eliza bettitown, N. J., Jeff Bailey was blown to atoms by the explosion of 85 pounds of giant powder. The British colonial office has been asked to sanction a chartered com pany to exploit Ashantee, but it is un likely it will conesent. To escape arrest for embezzlement of government funds, Frank Mapes, post master of Kansas City, Kan., com mitted licide at his residence in that city. The An^lo-German loan of 100,000, --000 taels has been issued at 94, with interest at 5 per cent. The contract stipulates that the customs administra tion is to remain unchanged. According to a report on the organ ized militia of the United States, just prepared by the war departm...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 March 1896

Islander CI'LVKK BHOS., I'iiMUhprn. Ent.-red at the postoflloe in Friday Ilarbor as leoond dam mail matter. srisM-iui tion I'Kici:, |t.SO per year Strictly in a-lvancr. ADVbI! 1 ISIX- KA I l>; Display standing ads, H-00 par inch per month. 2ft cents per inch, er week, sin gle nciamn measurement, Reading business locals, and notices, ■u.'h a> Wanted, For Sale, etc, 1" centa per line for 6*«t insertion and .", cent- per fine each w»'i-k thereafter. Lent notices, at customary lcjral rates. All communications to T;ii Isl.andek must be signed with the name ol lb« writer, not necessarily for publication, but asi* guarantee of rood faith. The Official Paper of San Join County, THURSDAY, MARCH 20th, IBM. A WELL MERITED REPRIMAND. Senator Vest, of Missouri, is a Demo crat. He might in some extreme par tisan circles be regarded will) more or less suspicion on that account, but lie is certainly entitled to great respect us a staunch and true American and a worthy representative of the gr...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 March 1896

"^OFFICIAL IHBECTOBI. «TATE OFFICERS. ...John H. McGraw l3o rrni°r >,V,'noV Frank 11. Luce ffc.ii'1 "*111 '^Hte J"ines H- Fri(' e c^retarJ" <)( >"ue — Ozro A . Bowen £ri« rr-'iisuror,- !" w( , Jones Ll'ii!'"1 '": ner W T Forrest fj{,d ■ 1"1"" "" • \V. H. Doolittle an an , S. C. Hyde r«!»* reM | John L Wilson gen » w w , Watson C. Squire SCPBKME fOI'RT. T J Anders rhlsf Justice R o j) iul bar 1 '■" J Hoyt ft te Jutrtices, \ "■; c P Stiles A»« 0Ci* V Klnion Scott roINTY OFFICKKB.. , J \i Winn Baperi°rJ"is ...Klijnh 11. Nash ruintv <!''|K .Fred C. Harper irtint Senatoi .;. j L. Murray peprfsentativc •••• — ..A. H. SHter Auditor ;■;;/." c.m. Tucker Treasurer : '''" .<'. L. Carter __ 1 :.;..l. 11. Nichols mnii« 9ionerSi } William Grabam Z'..... W.ll.'Thacker attorney ....Newton Jones pheritl ..K W Harrison Assessor .A. P. Vaughn gurvevor •• ..Hew T. I-. Dyer Snptof Schools Dr. Gco 8. Wr . ght Cfl«"ne. r2'^r if S Court II D Alliuos :THE: SftN JUAN COUNTY BANK —:of:— FBIIUY ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 March 1896

tfignf^ tes t u. 3 ° Al>4olu tely Pure It Came Hard. In France, as in most other countries, It is necessary to give one's age when making a statement in a court of justice, as well as iu niany other official pro ceedings. But Frenchwomen of mature years are noted above all other women for their unwillingness to state their age. On one occasion a lady who had to testify was accompanied to the court by a numerous company of her friends, and when the magistrate asked, "How old arc you?" there was such a coughing and clearing of throats, as of people suf fering from severe colds, that all that could bo heard in the courtroom was " ty years I" Through the amiability of the magis trate, this more than half suppressed re sponse was allowed to stand, but the tribunals are not always ko lenient. On another occasion a magistrate asked a woman: "What is your age, madam?" "Whatever you choose, sir," an swered the lady. She was under oath. "You may put down 45 years, then," Baid the magistrat...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 April 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 7. EEGRAPHIC RESUME Events of the Day in a Con densed Form. OF INTEREST TO ALL READERS Itttm* of Importance From Domestic and Foreign Sources — Cream . of the Dispatches. The race ior the Hircsh cup in Nice, a total distance of thirty miles, Satan ita .<■ m, Ailsa second, Britannia third. The schooner Noyo, from San Fran cisco for Fort Bragg, collided off Point Arena with the steamer Pasadena. The Koyo was damaged. The German reichstag committee has icluded the first reading of the gar bill, and fixed the import duty at 40 marks per 100 kilos. Ex-Chief of Police Thomas M. Speers died in Kansas City of heart disease, aged 59- He was chief of police in Kansas City for thirty-two years. The miners employed at the Win throp mine, in Ishpeming, Mich., quit I work, because the management wanted them to work ten-hour shifts, instead of eight. The Prince of Monaco has renewed j bis concession to the Monte Carlo Casino for fifty years, on condition that his annuity be incresae...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 April 1896

'The Islander; CI'r.VER BKOS., Publl«ber». KntereJ at the |K>»U»illee in Friday Harbor as sooond cmm mail matter. pjmnii iinn thick, $1.50 per year .Smelly in advance ADVERTISING KAT*>« Display *tan ling ads, $1.00 p«r ineh per month. 25 cents per inch, er week, sin fle lumn measurement. Readins Ikw iiens locals, and notices, sueli as Wanto 1, For Sale, etc.. 10 cents p«r line for o*4t insertion and 5 cents per line each we«K thereafter. ' Loifiil aotiees, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik Isi.ankkk must be Signed with the name of tne writer, n«>t necessarily for publication, but asa guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, APRIL 2nd, IMt, PRUNE RAISING IN THIS COUNTY. A few of The Islander's friends have questioned the propriety of pub lishing the item referring to the action of Mr. Meyers ami Mr.Gibbs.ofOrcas, in destroying their prune orchards, which appeared, in this paper in the Orcas news two weeks ago. The publish e...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 April 1896

" oF H(UL DIRECTOR*. *T*TK officers. .... John H. McGraw r;-"""l"*i'or Frank H. Luce Lieaten»nt < '< tVte ..„..James H. I>ri Secrewy o( hi*"- Ozro A> Bowen cute rn'^'"-« r : - \VC Jones At-r;r V.'':'induction Chas W B tan b . :P t f'iM"(- !" ; >lie r \V T Forrest gj,j CoiiiiU>"" tloner"-7 W. B. Doolittle , .-rtwmen I S. C. Hyde ( J"' ( John L Wilson ; bsW ih. I Watson C. Squire srrREMK court. T J Anders Chief J IS!K' R O Dnnbar "■ ...J p iioyt . tV i*teJ^ tice3' C P Stiles **" I ' Elmon Scott , mv OFFICERS. , ,„, J It Winn . •!"» ■■ "' .«' Klijah H. Niish! Count* C lerk . Fred C. Harper i joint *"f' '[" ZZ. J. L. Murray B epresc»tativ< A H. "Sliter Aulit r ....CM. Tucker | Treasurer • C. L. Carter I . nrft } ZZ I. 11. Nichols foinnussioncrs, <•" .William Oraham ; v ....!.".... W.H. Thacker ■ At'i'i^y Newton Jones I SlieriH jr W Harrison ! Ass«*sor ' A P. Vaughn Surveyor..:.«.••• ; fj e v. T. I-. Dyer «upto< Slll0()ls i) r Gco. S. Wright SonerlTß^r^H_D_Am^ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 April 1896

5 ■ 1 I State Chemist, California: j| $ 9 ■■■-- ■■■-■*■ ,■ . . ; u § The Royal fulfils all the require- |; ments. Our tests show it has greater g f 4 leavenine power than anv other. £ 1 " J I'ses of Salt. A little salt rubbed on the cups will remove tea stains. Salt into whitewash will make it stick better. Uso salt and water to clean willow furniture, apply ing it with a brush and rubbing dry. QiughamH or cambrics rinsed in 6a It and water will hold their color and look brighter. Salt and water make an excellent reuwdy for inflamed eyes. Hemorrhages of tho Inogl or stomach are often check ed by small dom of salt. Neuralgia of tho feet and limbs can be cured bybath- Ing night and morning with salt and water as hot as can be borne. After bathing rub the feet briskly with a coarso towel. A gargle of salt and water strengthens the throat, and, used hot, will cure a sore- throat. As a tooth pow der Bait will keep the teeth white and the gums hard and rosy. Twoteaspooufulsof salt in half...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 April 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 8. TELEGRAPHIC RESUME Events oi the Day in a Con- densed Form. OF INTEREST TO ALL READERS Itemi «f Importance From Domestic •ikl Foreign Sources — Cream of the Dispatches. Th< Btete department bias received a * am from United States Minister ', yt e, at fort au P™nce» Hayti, con fi iu og the Paris report of the death of I resident Hippolyte. A terrible explosion of fire damp took place in a mine at Brunnerton, N. Z. Five persons were killed outright, and sixty more were entombed, with no hope of being rescued. An order in the Canadian council has been passed under which Spain is added to the list of the countries en titled to participate in the advantages conceded to France under the so-called French treaty. The Iron Horse group of mines, among the best known in the Trail Creek district in British Columbia, has been sold for $75,000 to Peter Porter. The Iron Horse is a gold producer, and has a defined ledge, and is shipping ore. The Vose block, one of the finest in Ma...

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