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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 June 1899

RACED BEHIND _.. ;*. . mem ' t* .''»*'-'-*•,---<*. The Daring Performance of Bicyclist Charles P. Murphy. A MILE IN SIXTY-FIVE SECONDS Rode Close to the Rear Coach Upon a Ten* L Inch Strip of Board Laid Between the Two Rails. KBW YORK, June Faced by I < ft locomotive Charlts M. Murphy, the I Brooklyn cyclist, rude a mil. In i *S second*, at Ma) wood, 1. I. I Murphy not only broke all cycle re | I cords for a mile, but he actually rode ' I lilt bicycle faster than any tOOt mam using ; h:» ; own power only. I ha. ever propelled any vehicle foe ' a mile. II was th. first time he bad t' ever ridden behind a locomotive and ; ' he faced unknown dangers, for death j - .would certainly fellow any accident ! ' ■. te th. train or himself, ' Murphy seemed to have no trouble * In following the pa.—. Although bis ' ■So-ieel was geared up to ill, his fe*t \ ' Wert traveling at, fast on th. p. tali > I It was scarcely possible to follow i [ then with the eye. ' Hla eyes war* set on a broa...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 June 1899

4 THE SEATTLE STAR -as^raia.-ts-.'*. "si-isaa- -*-- - n.i_rj- m r,r - -.* - -ir —-*- O •*• I** W * -■** r.ii.w iv I * w..wiiftiit tvery trtenieoa .as-ei'i fuinlar jTTu. tnu .jk. r.tiutß. f one-, I |ltl Ms. M1N.,.11 Its rstsl rail .f;s .It rest, pei sick, „ t.snit tits etslt rer raonlli ilitleemd ly mail o» inileii, f-e flat* -plet. .slaphOna l->ilas» IPO, 'litre, >.. 11... • • Il.lrsl Atsias I •1.1.4 .1 Ik. roslisS-testSasttls tt ssti In. , s 1,-it ss s4*aufcsl-elaM matter. Within Is- fill years swimming schools Jtav. been established in many elUc and great numbers of people hat* learned It.st to *» tin as a healthful ..x.rclse, as wall a. an , accomplishment- thai may .' any time provt useful.. Hoys reared in j the coll-itri generally i. .1. how (a swim, and thai, perhaps. It the j reason iltat the volunteers In Luton proved M elitel.mil. They were coun try boys, from the Western states. and outflanked th. Filipinos by swimming the numerous rivers upon which Agulnaldo. depend...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 June 1899

ROMANCE INVOLVING TWO PRETTY GIRLS Who Swayed New York's Smart Set for Many Years. BOTH OF THEM DIED FROM DRINK The Remarkable Career of Clara de Fores! and Her Sister Agnes in the Metropo- * lis of the United States. Th___l_______-«_Mi_____ NEW YORK, June —-Special cot reepondence.—Mrs. 11. •'. tl wltt. who, as Miss Clara de Forest, held ■wsy over a certain section of New Tork society a dnccn years ago, died at her bonis- in this city of al coholism. As Clara de Forest ,11..1. *■• her *!* --tir Agne* died, a drunkard, and yet tlm. was wbasw J<-sr*l Tt.ti.~.l^'.-tt— tragi" of ' Marlborough and Oscar Wild* were delighted to partake of their hospitality. .. Thla was many irs ago. Agnes died two years ago an<l *lnr* that time Clara de Forest ha* lived In seclusion, dying by Inches from her excesses, giving herself up to drink as she confessed st the last to Dr. j A, km, who attended her at the end and reported bar death to tb* cor oner's office. Dr. A. km. who live* at No. ttt We...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 June 1899

<* LIQUOR LAW IN ALASKA Will Go Into Effect Tomorrow. m 0. THE PROVISOS TIILRFIV L.i il.s.i «• th. law It tit**!** la Sltk*— Jaaeea Will N**a ; tarn t.l.aaa. Tomorrow lb* n.w liquor law will ao lata tone In Ala»_a and It. op •ration, will be watrhad with much Interest. ' ThOM who hay. liadled th* qurttlo. ar* by a. Ms-ana agreed aa la it* •««-!• Th* old law wa. •ui'rsws-s* I. bi prohibitory hut -***_ not In forced JBfc. «?w t*_ _r»ni'» . ion-net tor from ttoO to |imo art-rd* lac is- th* tier .1 th* ramp or town, an* bniisiina. of at '**•• MM train* mm 0* provided tor th. ••!» af li quor. Every' peteon applying for a ll* ens* .htii m. a petition with th. cltrk of lh. t'ntt«4 Stat*, district euurt and d.potit a tee at li with lh* [ clerk. M. mutt b. a MUM, 11 •yaar. of .<*. «* h.V. declared III* Iti | Italian. l. b*ca>m* ml .ad th.ll Civ. : hit fs.rt.snt' *uit*rvl»ton to Ih. Ml* • of liquor. I Hit plae* of bu«ln**t mult be iJ.nnit.il sii.sii.l.l ta ih. pan lion and be o*wn to...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 June 1899

mm OF LIGHTS Will Gleam From the Arches i;\ii,\ihiw\nMvm!i:ivnui Which Will Decor*!, th* Str..t* ' .1 Our City Upon the Hi ,. ■ ' lloa'i Holiday. The work of the Fourth of Ml committee I. aim"*l •■'■■ •'■ ■"", It wl.l be completed within two days- Tn. decorations wtll. tt Is aald..r«* read In inagnlOcenre anything sern In Hewttle In previous years. Tbe arches -a 111 form Ih* chief feature of tha .treat detswatlon. . Th«_.»__"rM "me. :,. mad. brilliant by many gas jet, and electric tights, and sur mounted by symboHo device* will hr lor ti. I on »ach of th. four cor* aera formed by '..- tnis-ras-cUon of the following streets; Main and First avonlM south; Washington and •tec-tod avenue lib. Yaaler and Second avenue; Madison and Second avenue; Sense* and Second avenue; Pik* and Second avenue, and Pike .and Fourth avenue. Two larg* arch** are now nearly completed, on* being located at the Intersection of first avenue and Cot* unibit street, and the other »ts*itn. ng Second avenue at Cher...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 30 June 1899

A POLITIC mum, Will Follow as an Afterclap. l THE ISLA\D OF VASCOI VER m a Rss.lt .1 Prising Itlftt ami Nit li I.t.fprit* tram Tt**i ■' Pl*** t. J.ittl* Capt f»,~ O'Brien, a pioneer coal and lumber merehanl of Vancouver, B. C who la • guesl at.lh* -tteven'i hotel, ha* a mod Intereating *i try in tell of lh* disastrous polllles' e**silt* following : Tt-rsssls-sre * Ludgst.'. at*, tempt 10 put an Immense saw mill on ix-admsn'i .Hand. Just in»tde Ih* harbor. The story li of Interest tn Seattle people. In view of th* ft.! that Mr. Lustrste. who is acting" for Chk-.go mllllonslrti,; his new given Van* couvtr lh* go-by. sad will local, hi* mammoth Industry In thii city... . Mr i.v list*, according la I'apt O'llrlen. obtained a IS.year leas, of th. island at Vancouver for saw mill rurissteH from the Dominion govern ment. Armed with tht* !*•».. he weal to the Terminal City with 11. Intention i of I .1 i once - commencing building operations. A wild outcry : was * raised by th* • city counci...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 July 1899

fAtliele>iilielr>itfcelra.ieHata>l " * luraty.fva Cnti ■ M**th ♦ [♦♦*>>*«♦♦♦♦»*♦»*•♦♦• ttt*aty>flvt c»»u i *urn ? ♦ a, MaM M Carnai i VOL. 1. DREYFUS' ARRIVAL IT RENNES PRISON In the J", £amatic Scene Witnessed By .V a Score of Civilians r WHO HAD WAITED THERE ALL NIGHT Famous Prisoner Was Escorted By Six Companies of Troops, ' '* RECEIVED IN SENSATIONAL FASHION ,By a Fan of Armed Men Spreading Out From the Prison Gate A Haggard Face ■> at the Cab Window. K. ' , - . .'' . .- RENN'ESI. France. July 1.-Capt I'rey fua reached Henna* ehoitly b* •ore • o'clock thi* morning. Hi* .arrival at th* military prison waa : moat dramatic Th* great crowd which had gathered ye.l.rJiy about the prison had gradually twin tie.laway until oaly a scar* remained. Suddenly »l» company* of mounted gendarme* appeared, riding it full , gallop, ahoutsng and clanking their sahr** and making a racket like fir* engine* The onlooker* hurried to the prteon entrance, whan A force of 100 men. ar...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 July 1899

*if .y» 1 r* ■ __*_„ rtliiuirt -.' jaajß***"" . -'. ■ —. iloi'l tua.lar -■■■■ ■.-. «■■§■ o_W|«. f. CHAtK. __oH_____ 1 buiMM «im„ii ________**** * *■- ■"*■ '■' — **■*_** egPfr \in -"*• **' «... ■ ■_*"* r-ei month drllvrled ■ ■>! 'Vnlie-i, v'o ______w*w' a I II 1 HIM *saaa*a*a>aaxw_»e^ea.i».,. ■ „...-..i.«i. ■» ..a |p\t **. - - -IWlr.l Alenwe ** P..l'lß_. »l s»»itie w*»iiun. jtasseaae-tlaai m.it.r NNNNNNNNp|air ' L*J*J HOsty astute men I ■ll OP"" tint* l* fast ap- Hfl Ben war will bevom* al- Baattble on tlte Bpb.|at I machine* con ■ human Jo. Opeeh, * well-known Kbr. »• aboil to laaue a M With tills subject, not Pk* W*l - of '.- past with t**SP_Ls>*tS.c PJjite.'■'*» not a n.illtary ex- BN** obeetvatl.ins are those oJf> Btud.nt rather than th* IP**. ; He dwelia largely on ■fatty that within another I ■** Improvements in war | __*»* become Impoaa'ble, pfebßß ; th* tremendous BSB^saauW ; which will de pfcajß^teeatl treasuries Hut Ma aarontest argument *| aaarfare In the (bar ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 July 1899

%\m if pIE STATES I _ - Missouri River Is N»aj\tl Pranks. In Jt^ILFROM SEHRMI •d Dure' .t ovar In lowa tod i Causes leg*. Computation* *"'• »".;. w*iih th* Owner*. ..„-,.-,.. I . MMii Neb., July I.—Ry lh*' ftckleiieat af tht Missouri river a square milt of Nebraska adjacent to Omaha, hat tbla spring been dump-, td over on Ihe lowa »lde. Hy a «. Hi lar change In the current year* atv It gave a tltce of low* to 'Net*****,, and [hi* tra has been decided by, in court* to belong lo.towa ttlll. J "alth. It I* now a part of Omaha, | and I* covered with houses. Wbatj Ihey w;ll do about this wtutre mile! which has Just been »*nt oae'r to^ lowa. I* a question M ilrliberatk.n.l aTwo yetrt ago there ,wa» much! feir eat Omaha be left high an.ti dry without water. Th* wtterwork*" re situated at Plorenc*., five miles, norm. There Is a bend la th* river, Ju*t above Florence, and during the rdgh water two years tgo tb* rurrent j began . Utllnt acrus* lots, until 111 was within a quarter of a mile of...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 1 July 1899

.efaJTI r ' * '""* i__^B*-** xv" *•■ *H tuatsy. ___! _sl _*■..* t_^^^^B*ftii__T " I*'*"-* "T ft o**0 ** »<* I__*_V*■"' "• " _____-\^ ' M'Ji ______L i *aeL(.-<v cc* i v*ev *-V\"- . ' .. *._: . pnrta* 1.84*. . - » --'■•-- ■ ■>*,>f*at|*.llon' L _ '^~~^ ', "»• "•'•-•.'.•.*. ■*•.-.. , v _>_•?!_* •»-**"«•'*'♦ . -til ahoal* had Pe.fi which are at are* eat! a' great m. _Ito ] navigs.>V • N»w .hart. „| thee* water* wW ■>» prepared. • Tbe \ P>*H*r*an will elao ' . .'tidu.'t eaantlnatlOßs eltiagj tbe coast i of Alaska In th* faerie** : a** Hp* •■l*l efftftt will be ra**» te i.» at. cert tin bank* of mud at this point which have raw**** much annoyance H> ve.aala ; , „-.:--.': , , ' Th* Patter*** will then proceed to Si. Michael and lay * lit. of lead in*. Is fro** that Burt to the «io.a river. latr»afl(atluna trtN also be I .-onduat.d at the Qvlofata bar. ana lb* barbae* a West Cape Nam. Tit* trip trill *r**aaly U.i aattl IB* mid dle of aaalitahtr- § whew . tree werh ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 3 July 1899

Twrnlt.fvt '"nil* * Month I i Mill it Ctrl „, ;';'■' VOL. 1. DEATH REAPS A FRIGHTFUL HARVEST In the Desolate Regions Along the §i<i Lower Copper River. TALE TOLD BY PROSPECTOR CONDON He Also Describes Important Discoveries Made Upon the Mysterious Volcano of Mt. Wrangel. An accurate list of the deaths on the lower Cop, River since June i, 1898, is as follows: ~ Brown, colored, San Francisco. H. <-. Shaw, Rochester, N. Y. "■{ Nick Whan, address unknown. S. Mulligan, address unknown. Jack H.iv. !ni. address unknown. — Cushman," St. Louis. Dan Menard, address unknown. Ben McCullougb, address unknown. ; Wesley Svhnetdkker, Chicago. A. Lewis, South America. J. E. Ha kill. address unknown. — WUheira, address unknown. .„„ J Alex Stuart, address unknown, The steamer Humboldt, which arrived rem Use earth today, brought down apt of t*epper v., miner* who tell a .t-u-y of drat sad d;*i>. tee In Inheepltable r*sli«ts which i. frithtrul in Ha sombre, raaatltle*. . Th* (art) la compos**!...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 3 July 1899

I THE SEATTLE STAR __ __!__sx!!_S»S_:"■■"■"" sprawl Bllelfcta.W rac«|4 BUU.tST. I. 11. WKLIA I*. in. tenet. I bviiss** Mams.* a* .mi. i .-*.._,..— ae* On* era. p*t eery i »l» ..nt. cc' week, .t isrnttlt. cent* per ei.ti.ih deliiacl i> taatl or t*»t«ta. hs Irs* ...pass Twlfttphonn e-ik. 100 aa...e i -i. a***, ..—i"..—.-i.." .1.--- — 1,. -..-, • 1it.... ha. lit.. - . Third l.tiiui" im.rrtl .«tk« p**BS4Be*st W«.:,iu| lea, -..ltd . I._ m«llar The Fourth of July is scheduled to perform a remarkable teal this year. It will is.-.- halfway round the earth with the »vii -The tours* begin* at j Ban Juan, Porto Rico, in.l rues vi* ; .Vaehlna-ton. D C, to Pittsburg. Chicago. Omaha, Seattle. Honolulu I ami Manila. Th.- .tart will be made j at a. hi. tomtit. -. to. wait be her alded to the world by the discharge of cannon an.) lb* waving of flag*. As th* Fourth and Old So! go sprint ing acmaa the face of the globe, they will receive a continuous ovation from enthusiastic multitudes along the l...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 3 July 1899

to CONTROL THE JOBS Combine of West ern Congressmen MECTHfi'TOBK HELD VERY Soo.\ To formulate a **•** far Dividing Up the Patronigs al the Heutt. ' WASHINGTON, D 'C. July _— A ronfertnc* of Influential Western Itepubil. in representative* Is to be held In Washington for th.- purpose of formulaic.: a plan tor the distri bution >'f ii- -nag* of the next house, th.- lormatlon ..." new com mitt.-** and the enlargement of some of the old ones, Th* conference will b* attended by representatives fruin the Western .1 Northwestern elate* that materially assisted In ih* promotion «f i\>l Henderson's randl* [ dary for speakership, a—>l M I- pro posed that they hay* hie acquies cence. One ..I the moat important features mappe-l nil Is th* selection of a com mittee on Insular aft sirs, to which is to he. referred ail matters pertaining to I'uerto itlc... Hawaii and the I'hll -111 re*. Ordinarily the committee on ttrrttorles would have Jurisdiction. but as th* new *****). bring with them...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 3 July 1899

4 ;-':H ALL THINGS READY FOR THE NATAL DAY City Gaily Decorated and a Festival Air ■ Pervades the Streets. UNCLE SAM IN HiS SUNDAY BEST Dons His Red, White and Blue Hat and Prepares for a Hot Old Time as Long „ as the Day Lasts. Tomcirrtvw will be th* glortou* , Fourth of July. Th* general com mitt- h.. - ompietc-i all arrange- Burnt*, and th* ind 'cations are that on* of the gr*ai**t celebration* ever l.chl IB hVatt'e alii be the rt-.ul. The ere* l- of excura— have al ready commenced ■■> arrive-, and 1.1 noun tomorrow there will be at > lea.; la.iai' out-of-town people In Ihe city to assist in helping to make the . eagle scream. ... All of tht d*v«r*lle*-i* hay* b**n completed, and the tlreett ml build- I in-* trs.-iii - «n*> .-r the prettle*t sights sver seam bee*. The detsor*. tlona of lb* different block* this year have been more lavish than Ib pre vious years • The Hir-vte. wtil begin tomorrow morning at s.jo o'clock. At thai time the minor sports will be held la rkvnr...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 4 July 1899

E_§3 THE SEATTLE STAR. Ez_e3 W*^^^'^ JL XllJ |rO..M^.-a.--J*-- J- JL JLiIJ A kj*7 JL __T___.jL %Ja Layeaao^bvaaoaoeatvawo VOL, 1. BIRD OF FREEDOM LOUDLY SHRIEKED While the Cannons Thundered and the Bands Played On. SEATTLE'S GLORIOUS CELEBRATION Program Successfully Carried Through Despite Unfavorable Weather. j _________ MONSTER PARADE WAS A SUCCESS Games. Races and Sports Are Witnessed by Thousands of People. THE CITY CROWDED WITH MANY STRANGERS Who Entered Into the Spirit of the Occasion With Great Enthusiasm—Grand Dis play of Fireworks Tonight. roh. say. did you see by th* dawn's early light. , What so proud.y we view at the night's last gl-amlng- If aa, it must have made yea grit your teeth. Titos* beautiful street arrive, and decorations, ■ which appeared so resplendent last night, nor* an appearance of reckless debauchery this morning Tb* red, white •nd blue st&ons showed plainly Ik* effect* of "a night out,** and streaks of red at res—ed through the blue. Old t—ory wrapp...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 4 July 1899

" THE SEATTLE STAR I. H, -R_*(Tj.. -at <j_W<rtt-WlW^ia*Brj4be*ja_aa| —H w**a*a**ia*a l .*.t.~a'~tiamiat*tm*i l a, - lvi, Bll.iniHHi «ai-.|.t Sunday. X,_CWU_JL I k r. riuflß. M-m-*. I m •.?.-.«. v _**«>■ t-«» trn\ ft-r em-jr*, ».*. c#o»» iff «*-•**.. rt iwrn't l.to re-ul* t-.i nitinl'i t.rll vt-r**.. I « tnftil cif mttifi, . No 11-** t-tiptot i l.phoi-i. *"lkt« IfSO •Mtltta Not HOt, c a I 1.1..1 1..88. ll.ur.tl at tteSMt**—*Bl**.ti:* »." nil lei. .-...,,. „_ a, tar , (Never light th. fuse of a cannon ■-meeker and then grasp It round the stomach. Idiotic i.c.-pic have Ik-cii known to do Met* ing. Never sneer .it your life Insurance agent when he beseeches >ou. with tears Id his i-).., not to .moke a cigar while you are handling the powder .in Never light a sky-rocket with a match, unless you intent to join th* bardhead*. t'a* a long pole, with a flaming creased rag at the .nd Never .... a cracker between the feet of a freedom orator. Hl* die course will be surflctenlly hig...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 4 July 1899

disputes of EXPERTS Trouble the Navy Department ADMIRALTY BOVRft SLCGESTr.D it--.' Which Skill Settle Contrs.erilei Among th* Opinlomtad Old Salt. r--e .VASIUNOTON. d C. ■'" i «.— It has been ttated In quarter* usual ly well Informed about matters re lating to th' navy department that a number of Important rbantea are •• i*jc»-tcte-__*—•-!« the -irpa-J.-—••s.l* • methods -if administration. Horn* time ago Secretary Lone: designated a board to .-..-* whether any* thing coukl be adopted In tie direc tion .if Improving the present meth od of determining upon puns and specincwtfona for the several bureau* charged with Hi* construction of the war vessels. The- consist of the bureaus of ordnance, equipment, steam .-ntlnit-rfm.-. construction and repair. To each of the.. bureau* i* as-inn-M the designing of ho- part of Ike war vr.ael, it* armament and •equipment, as technically belongs to It. Bach, la presided over i-t an ex pert, an officer of long expert* nee tn hi* particular been and t...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 4 July 1899

41 *; v . .. WEDLOCK " : liWOLY The Latest Thing in Trusts. so mom: STAXD-OFFS HILL CO Indiana Juitlo.i Agree en Cub Price* far Matrimony tea aivores. .. ANTinnSON'. I'"!. July 4 The way of the Indiana Intel Is !..:n« made hard Justices of the peace In that state hate formed a matrimony ...... an- ralse-l tat price cf mt* trimony : Judaea demand that It di vorce fees must he *p»l c*»h; rnln istere are on a strike ami refuse ab et-Mutely to perform trie mart*!*** ce rem.iny for divorced jeople. The stiff seal.- .-f un-on price* in*rat ed I-. 11l- Justtcea la wreckina more hopes anl giving mart marc*, li cense clerk* a vacation than any de cree of the eort yet issued, ntrmer* ly a h-M V Insttana bridegroom turn ed to a justice with t'ae remark: •v\ hat a th. dam at- aqulrtr- "Well, you can give me what you think your wife's an.rth Tfen the groom fumbled around la bis puck*' for seme noment* An* ferine th.- dlffer.nt colli*, and at last handed htm 10 cents. The justice*, realism* that ...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 July 1899

l-____ THE SEATTLE STAR. L-S_o VOL. I. APPALLING LOSS OF HUMAN LIVES Resulting From the Inundation of Por tions of Texas. HUNDREDS OF PERSONS DROWNED Property Loss Estimated at Many Millions of Dollars—Devastated District Four Hundred Miles Long. _________——&' . * , .--.r_______a___e: * HOVmoS. Tex. "July *.—Yourj rorreipondint hat Ju»t return, frc_, n ' a tour at th. flooded .li.ir'., , i n lh lt staa. It I* e..|m«_.ttl that th* lit.. of life is no lea* than I*t. and it may reach m. The property l.iaa I* placet! at from •even to I. million. Including lb* (limit- to crops, buildings, railroads, bridges, and lost on Uveal.a-a Ma ty bodies have been recovered, an.l It la feared many mure will never be found. Hundreds ..f houses are lot* ally submerged,. rile a* many THE PRICE OF KNOWLEDGE ItoMtion Into Myatoriea of tho Tenderloin la Costly. When r. W. Idlller and -lenrge H. Stevens two eltlaeßa ef San*lin.i, 14. C, return to their home after having •pent several days celebrating I...

Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle star. — 5 July 1899

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Publication Title: Seattle Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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