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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 April 1896

TpHE < ( I.VF.K HUO!*.. Publishers. Entered at the pbstolßee in Friday Harbor as teoond class mail matter. SUItSCIUPTION l'KKi:. |1.50 per year. Strictly in advance. ADTEBTIfcIXG KATKS; Display rtan linn ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 'S> cents per inch, : crvvrok.sin rlo <•< luir.ii measurement. Heading bust ness locals, and notices, Huch Wanted: For Sale, etc., 10 eenta i) -r line for fl-*t insertion and 5 cents per line each vveuK thereafter. Legal notices, at eostomary legal rates. AH communications to Tin: Isi.ankkk must be wgned with the name ol tno writer, not neqoassrily for publication, hut as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, APRIL Rh, 18fV>. I>i:.MO(KA(Y'S DISINTEGRATION. The Washington Post,the leading in dependent paper of the national capital, with about the same leani«ic toward Democracy which usually character j/.cs Independent papers, rfiarply re views the present condition of the Democratic party and sums ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 April 1896

OITI( IAL IHIUX.TORY. STATE OFFICKRS. John EL McGrau i;6vc»"» or-:" l "eru'or Frank 11. T,nc( U M.t.M» : uH .'£s" James 11. Pri<( gccret:iry «■» • ;; ur O/.ro A. liowor •SUite Tr'''7'l\Vrir '.".'". W Jones A' I'"T.'.'-i;i jo I ustruction ChasJJW! lk-ar Kupt 1 ll " , . i.uier W T Forresi i.l.i (" 1II!:1' ■ ■ j \V. 11. Doolittlc , „„..,....in--!! j S. C. Hyde < otu' 1 John L Wilson , lt ,,j-s. ( Watson C. Squire stirBBME c rnT. T J A.nden Chief -':lMl '"•■ R O Dunbm ' J P Hoyl „iv..> Ja*ti<'e«, * C P Stiles •** s I V.'. Elnion Scott POITNTy OFFICKRS. , ,_ ' Jlt Wlnu SHIM-ri"1 •,■'"• V ;Z Klijah 11. Nash cuinty ' ''! K ...Fred C. Harpor Joint >-": u.1 i 1 e I;;'.; . J. L. Murray j, ep] .,.^nutuve A. H. gliter .\u'1it" r " ..('. M. Tucker Treasi' rt' r ,' ....('. I- Carter „ J ;;;; ..J. 11. Nichols <v.ui<^ :i"" 1S I [William Graham 1 "■" W.II. Thacker Attorney* Newton Jones j-hcii'l ......... «E W Harrison As«'s *"r A. P. Vaughn Survey'"'..-- ■ — .'.'.'...■Rev. T. I...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 April 1896

Hi«srt»te»t u. 3. ° /^^lutefy Pure •The Heroic Symphony." A work of art requires no explanation. But the very title Beethoven gave the "Heroic Symphony" provokes question, and there have been many endeavors to explain it. Wagner tried less to explain its meaning than to explain it away. Chained to hie one idea, be asserted that Beethoven's hero was not a military hero, but a young man of complete spir itual and physical eudowmfcit, who passed from mere brute delight in life and his strength through tragic suffer ing to a high spiritual satisfaction in love—that is to 6ay, he asserted that Beethoven's hero was Parsif|l or Sieg fried. Now this much of Wagner's the ory is true—that Beethoven would not worship a mere human butcher any more than he would worship a pork butcher as a hero. On the other hand, Beetho ven's hero waa undoubtedly a military Ikto, Napoleon Bonaparte. We know that the symphony was originally dedi cated to Napoleon, that the dedication was altered when Napoleon (a...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 April 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 9. TELEGRAPHIC RESUME Events of the Day in a Con densed Form. OF INTEREST TO ALL READERS lt«int of luiportanoe From Domestic and Foreign Souroei-Cre«m of the Dispatches. The Chinese government has decided to euter the postal union. H. K Topping, a furniture dealer of Astoria, committed suicide by blowing bis brains out. The schooner J. B. Leeds is long overdue at Gary's harbor from Guay ains, Mexico, and great anxiety is felt for her safety. The London Times correspondent in Vienna says: The Vaterland publishes a communication from the superior of the Catholic station at Orfa, declaring that 8,000 Armenians have been mas sacred there. The . money order . transactions throughout the United States during the last quarter of 1895, beat all pre vious records in volume. The aoounts have just been audited and show the receipts to have aggregated $15,575, --971. ■ A foreign dispatch says: It is be lieved the dervishes lost 5,000 dead, wounded and prisoners in the engage ment at...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 April 1896

TpHB Islander CULVER BKOS., Publishers. Entered at the poatofßce in Friday Harbor as second class maii matter. ~ SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, 1.50 per year .Strictly in advancr. AI>VKKTI>IN<; K.VTESi Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. cents per inch, .er week, sin pie <•( 111 in 11 measurement. Headiiv business locals, and notices, such as Wantod, For Sale, etc., 10 cents par line for list Insertion and 5 cents per line each wetiK thereafter. Le2.1l notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tine Islander must be signed with the name ol the writer, not necessarily for publication, but a* a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan Connty. THURSDAY, APRIL 16th, 189*. INGERSOLL'S RELIGION. Chicago lms a "Militant" ehureh, •'organised for the purpose of better ing Hie condition of mankind, regard less of creed or the luck of it." Prob ably there is no better field in the country for the work of an organization of that kind, though there are n...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 April 1896

""" (Official wbectobi: vTATK OFFICERS. John H. McGraw rn vrrn° r ■ .■■■.;■■■■■■,',•' Frank H. Lnce &n*n» !"' r , ....James 11. Pri«-e Cretary «' >u .Ozro A. Bowen SJSe rrea»urer:'V" ' _\v C Jones V:. v.•■■«-; Im;;^:;ii"'''ch : is. w.iuan snot lll)1"' 1 '■'' \v T Forrest {•gj rj:i.:iii"" '••• •• w H , o«M)little Si—— iS. C. Hyde Co«rei | John L Wilson , >fV j Watson C. Squire fc SUPBKMK COUKT. ...T J Anders rhie f Jusl" " K o n, u ,bar l"' ! I P Hoyt ,1-te Justices, j"" c P Stiles A**c(li I ' Elnion Scott irS TV OFFICEKS. T^( , JKWinn I s«^riO r "rk '"■■■■■ .Fred C. Harper rnanty Cier^— .Fred C. Harper V lin tSen*toi , .1. 1,. Murray : rf§entttive • •-; A; u Sliter • u ditor ' CM. Tucker frt»iurer • ' <». | fc ("urter 1 "" .J. 11. Nichols ; Comi»i ss;ioner!l' | William nrahnm j 1 "".'.'... w.II. Thacker I attorney Newton Jones Sheriff . ..]•: \Y HarrfMHi \««>~ v ....A. P. Vauglin gnrvetor......-- j» ev> T. I . Dyer §apt< School" ' Dr. Geo 8. Wright : Coxone/--~...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 April 1896

FROM actual analysis made by me, I pronounce the Royal Baking Powder to be the Strongest and Purest Baking Powder before the public. The M Union of Everything pertaining to woman is taking on higher conditions. Even the caricature pictures, in which needy car toonists cater to their own necessities by expressing on paper for the public prints their never lucid ideas of the woman question, have advanced beyond the old pictures of the hideous, angular virago and her broomstick or the irate woman, half hen and half monstrosity, both of whom were vigorously belaboring the alleged tyrant man, and are now sketch ing handsome, happy looking women in ugly and impossible garments, making love to silly, conceited little swains whom the new woman wants to marry. If the old woman produced such speci mens of masculinity under the old order ub are portrayed therein, it is quite time to supplaut her by the "free woman," who will make better success of the mission of motherhood. —Mrs. Julia H. Baue...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 April 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 10. TELEGRAPHIC RESUME Events of the Day in a Con- densed Form. or UJTEBBST TO ALL READERS Itemi of Importance From Domestic and Koretgu Sources — Cream of the UiHpatchea. j.. gtate o* Ohio, on and after July ■ „ inflict capital punishment by ?t the bill having passed both .■ .- Koerner, ex-lieutenant-gov- Illinois, and ex-minister to gp^in, died mSt Louis aged 87. He had* good war record. i : . boose committee on territories Ima v ited to report favorably the New statehood bill to the house, aud ided to defer action on the Ari zona bill. The Rome correspondent of the Lon don Chronicle says the pope sanctioned the publication of the appeal for arbi tration by Cardinals Vaughn, Logue aud Gibbona S aiator (ialliuger has introduced in the senate a bill for the creation of a United States commission to treat with commissions from other Christian na i the correction of intolerable evils in the Ottoman empire. Baron von Schrarter, master of cere monies at the Prussian court, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 April 1896

The Islander (ILVKK BKOfk, Tiiblishers. Entered in me postoifiee in Friday Harbor as secoud ■•ia-- u»ai] m f-i.T. gußscßirTio* ruin:. |1.50 per year StricUy in advanor. ADVERTISING BAIB* DllS ptay standing wHfl.oo per inch pn month. uerinufc, erweek.am .-, iu'iui measurement. Iteadin* busmen* I--K »nd "<*»£•; such an Wanted, Kor Sale, otc£ Jcem per Line for r*» st insertion and Scents pi i line each we^K thereafter. Leeai noticos, at customary leffal rates. All communications to Thk Iskanuk" must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but a?a (fuamntee of uood faith. Tlie Official Paper of San Juan County THURSDAY. APRIL 23rd, l««. It is announced that the national council of tlie A. P. A. lias determined to do everything: in its power to pre vent the nomination of McKuiley f<>r the presidency, and if nominated In spite of its opposition then to d<> every thing powible to prevent his election. Judging from the number of states which ha...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 April 1896

, FKIAL MBECTOTtI. STATK OFFICERS. ...John 11. McOraw °° vSnf G.'»vernm: Frank 11. Lt.ce I jeateiu' 11 U«*er James 11. Price Secretary of hww. Ozn) A , Bowen State •|W I1'e e r;iV"::;:; W Jones "■'r\\'' y V Inl rm-tion...Jt:iias. W.B.an gup! |ll>l'\ Ijoner W T Forrest JJnd Commissioner...... DooUule n^TKfresstnen } S. C. Hyde <OI1"r | John L Wilson senators j Watson C. Squire SI7FBBMB COURT. „ „,_ T J Anders Chief JusU< i RO Dnnbar "" I P ll<.yt i a «ociateJu3tices,j: c P Stiles As"1 | El mon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. Tl , I<Tn J U Winn SttrerlA!-: 'r' ":'■'"....KHjnh n. Nush County tierK .p re d C. Harper Joint ';""■•• ;;;;;; ■/;. i. L. Murray Representative A H sliter AU'lit"" ...CM. Tucker Treasurer • ...<\L.. Carter . . nA __ 1 "'. I.H.Nichols Coinnussioners, j .••• William Craham 1 '■■" W. 11. Thacker Attorney '" ....Newton .Jones Sheriff ........ ]? W Harrison A-- ■-""'' " A. p Vaughn Surr ev o«;'hoV>Ys '.".""".Hev. T. T . Dyer Supt "f Schoo! S Dr. Geo. S. Wr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 April 1896

H»Ss!Ste*t U- s ° Acutely Pure VaefulneM Preferable to Brilliancy. Dr. C. H. Parkhurst says that a light ning flash is brilliant to behold, bnt he would rather have a candle to read by. There are few lightning flashes and many candles in the world. A "bril liant" young man or woman isn't each an acquisition as some people would have us believe. The plodding habit of dogged toil can accomplish more than spasmodic freshets of enthusiasm. The work of the world is done in its workshops, not its talking shows, con ventions and "enthusiastic" gatherings, whose enthusiam never, by any chance, percolates into the adjoining street or Glum. The girl who ia plain in face and homely of figure, but kindly of heart and touder and true, is to be preferred by an honest man fof wifehood before her dashing, laughing sisters, rare and hand some, whose dainty fingers never baked a pie, whose hearts never bore another's burden. The light of the home is gen erally the quiet, humble, unobtrusive 6ister or...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 April 1896

VOL. 6. NO. H. TELEGRAPHIC RESUME of the Day in a Con- densed Form. iKRfiST TO ALL EEADEES mt „f importance From Domestic >m l Foreign Sources — Cream of the Dispatches. Austin Abbot, LL. D., died at his late residence, 16 East Fifty-first street, New York city, after an illness of ten weeks. York Herald special from Sgypt, says: A telegram to the tment states that Colonel ted the dervishes near Sau kiu. \ istoffioe has been established at i Yanihill county, Or. Wil b is the postmaster and is a sp cial one from McMinn yoong ladies' club of the uni f Washington defeated the s of the Ellensburg normal asket-bail by a score of six points tn throe. A Madrid dispacth says: It is an nonnce i that the royal speech to be de e opening of the new cortes nise political and administra tive reforms for Cuba and Porto Rico. rtintlock gun, smooth bore, and bearing the date of 1776, was cabin on the Colville Indian i by two prospectors. They rand a string of curiously carved i a scalp-lock of a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 April 1896

The Islander t I'LVER HKOB., FubUnher*. Entered at the nostnaVs in Friday Harlior as »eouml cl*s* mail matter. Sl ItSCIUITION PRICK, fl.ftO per year „ Strictly in advance. ADVKKTIMINU KA 1 KS: Display standing ads, 81.00 per inch per month. cent* por Inch, er wssk, sin gle rcluinn measurement. Ueaiing business lo<»als, and notices, •u.-h as \Vantoil. For Salo, etc.. 1U cents n*r line for ti-st insertion and 5 cents per line each weOK thereafter. Legal notices, at customary local rates. All communications to Thk Isi.axkkk must bo signed with the name ol the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a ■joatantea of eood faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. APRIL 30nl, I**6. KEtBKT OF ENGLAND'S SURPLIS. The annual financial statement of the Brithh government shows that for the past fiscal year there was a surplus of $21,050,000, a state ofaflkin which is naturally very gratifying to the chan cellor of the exchequer who, in making the announcement, says that ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 April 1896

OFFICIAL DIRECTOR*. «TATE OFKICKKS. .... John H. McOraw t i.»verii'r -••••••■•;.■ or Frank H. Luce lie^n*ntOo^en^r Jgniafli Pri.-e Secretory ot.SVUM OzroA. Bowen State Trewurer^... ."• w c Joneg a?s^32s23rT ir*ft3 I,»h>» Commissioner.... . ~« ff Doolittle -, in »ressmen ] S. C. Hyde 1 °nB ( John L Wilson piofttoi* 1 Watson C. Squire SUrBKME COURT. . „,. T J Anders f blf J**" 08 ( R O Dunbar I " J Hoyt lrt< H'i»te Justices, r/ # C P Stiles ■ K*"K | V. Elmon Scott COCNTY OFFICERS. . ,„,„,, J Winn Sup«"°'f"i? Elijah H. Nash (Vtinty < »•«»•■ ■ Fred c Harper Join! i*%*2*" Z J. L. Murray Kfl ,rMi-nt»t»« A> H BHter jvuiiH< ir ...CM. Tucker Tr«ft»urer ; " (\ L. Carter . . „„-„ J " J. H. Nichols ( ; ol ninls*i<>»er», ] •■•• William Graham v " W. 11. Thaeker Attorney "" ...Newton Jones Hheriii - K W Harrison Aikmoi • • A Vaughn Kurveror ......■■- //////....Kev. T. I-. Dyer gnpt of Schools I)r# Geo.S. Wrißht S ; oirt......H D Allluog : THE : SAN JUAN GOUNTY BANK —:of:— rtl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 April 1896

CAPE HATTERAS' LIGHT. The Skeleton Towi r rianned for Outer Diamond Bh—l. One of the greatest engineering feats of the day is to be attempted by the Lighthouse Hoard. For years the offl cers in charge of lighthouses have talk ed of a station on outer Diamond shoal, a particularly dangerous point off Cape Jlatteras, celebrated among mariners for its fearful storms. The structure is to stand in about 33 fed of water, and will lie supported on disk piles sunk 90 feet In the sand. The floor of the watch house will be 47 feet above high water. Forged steel will be used in the main structure, and the principal joints and connections will be of steel costings. The essential parts below the water line will be of massive dimensions. The structure will be of the skeleton style, and therefore will leave the sea lull play. The section which will be most affected by the force of the waves is that extending from 13 feet below the water line to 17 feet above, and in this section a system of framin...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 7 May 1896

11 11 VOL. C>. NO. 12. EVENTS OF THE DAY itome of the Telegraphic News ot the World. TKI 'SK TICKS FKOM THE WIRES Interesting Collection of Items From t1,,. Two Hemisplieres Presented in a Condensed Form. c was a large increase in Berlin aring the past week of deaths from za aud pneumonia, inference for international ar i held in Washington, which D g very harmonious one, has just closed. Russia b-is ordered seven ironclads iruisersfor her Pacific fleet, in Japan's extensive naval prep arations. ittleship Massachusetts made knots on her trial trip in Boston id her builders win a bonus Glasgow, Scotland, the steamer M&rsden collided with the British bark Solway, near Kish lightship, causing the latter to sink. A crap game on Grant avenue in San Francisco was held up by two men. About $150 was taken. They were captured by the police soon after. , ; ;ura White created a sensa ini Ardinore, I. T., by publicly horsewhipping Professor Liun, a drug gist, because be had charged her w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 7 May 1896

The Islander! CULVER BHOS.. Publishers. Entered at the postofllce in Friday liarl>or a* second clans mail matter. !!■■■ HOH PRICK, 91.50 per year Strictly in advance! —— huj.uii- . — ■---> ■ r^^r-r- ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. ''Jo cents per inch, er week, sin ple «;lumn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such at Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for frst insertion and 5 cents per fine each wo»:K thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin: Isi.axdkh must bo 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, MAY 7th, 1896. THE WEST AND THE PRESIDENCY. j There is no doubt that a very large majority of the Republicans of the fur western states are strongly in favor of the nomination of McKinley for the presidency, and this sentiment is likely to be expressed in the convention by the ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 7 May 1896

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. •TATE OFFICERS. ...John 11. McGraw r.oTfrnor.^ ■•••••-•_••■•: -Frank 11. Lnce iSuien^l&Zr *"'» H I>ri(>e Secretary of St«e " • Ozro A. B owen sute Treasure!.- w c ones At^rneyyene'.f l"-{-;;;;;;....ohas. W. Btan gopt |jlic "loner W T Forrest Sn.l On""*"1" 1 -•; H . Doolittle . n . r ,...iiien ', S. C. Hyde Co"* 1* < John L Wilson gtaa tors 1 Watson C. Squire sI PRKMK COUKT. . T J Anders cut' Justice f R O Dun I ■■■;;: J PHoyt _,U> Justices, <; C P Stiles A*"-1 * ( " Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. , " J U Winn Sap*rlo^"<i g "...Kliiah H. Nash Count? Clerk ...Fred C. Harper Joint &*"!*?£ '•"■ J. L Murray jlepresentative A H sliter auditor c. M. Tucker I Treasurer •• r j J# Carter . __ ] J. 11. Nichols! CoiuniißS 10"61"' } .William Graham j v ■"" W.H. Thacker Attorney ■'"" Newton .Tones 6h«rifl ,k W Harrison > Assessor A p. Vaughn j *urV'v eVhools '.'."."'..Rev. T. I . Dyer j Schools I)r . Geo.S. Wright; giUoner l"sjjjnrt..^£" Alliuos j :T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 7 May 1896

State Chemist, California: The Royal fulfils all the require ments.. Our tests show it has greater leavening power than any other. A <"tuition* Jurist. In an action (or the value of hounds killed by a train the opinion of the court gays: "The plaintiff's version is that the train was going west, toward Chat tanooga, and the dogi were going east. toward Kuoxvilie. They were all on the same tnick ami going iv opposite direc tions, and under these facts a head end collision was unavoidable. " And again : "It is insisted by the plaintiff that while tho wbiatla was sounded it was intended for the whole pack and not for the three dogs that were run over. This, however, seems to be a mere opinion of the witness, as he was a quarter of a njile away from the place when the whistle was sounded. Iv addition it would, we think, be requiring too great diligence for the engineer to whittle for each particular dog, and more especial ly as be had no means of informing each dog that any special w...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 14 May 1896

VOL.B. NO. 13. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic NeWS ot the World. T£KSE TICKS FROM THE WIRES Interesting Collection of Items From the Two Hemispheres Presented in a Condensed Form. 7 c Sommers, a millionaire banker i (/keokok, la., was killed by a train , in the union depot at Burlington. The six-story building of the Junior O^der of Tinted American Mechanics, in Philadelphia, was entirely destroyed j by fire. Loss, about 1210,000. Colombia university will send a I bg D d of naturalists to explore the Puget Bound region. The expedition will a t out from New York June 10. The Paris newspapers confirm the i rumor that M. Hebete, French ambas- i sador to (Germany, will at once return j to Berlin, to present his letters of re- j call. Mary,wife of William Shore, leaped from a bridge into Elkhorn river, near Washington, W. Va., fifty feet, to es cape a passing engine. She was res coed but will die. i Rain fell for 24 hours in Ocon to, Wis., and all the lowlands are flooded. ...

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