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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 May 1902

Orcas Island i LAST SOUND B. King it quite ill. Miss Grace Philip attendwl tim teach 'crs' examination m Friday Harbor lost \vsok> Nova Langell Idl Thursday for Fair h:vwii t" work on hoiiio ol the nVii trapa of the P. a. K. Co. Mike Adams, who lias i>cmi spending :: r.'w days in Heattle attending to buaiueaa, returned Friday on the Buckeye. Henry liy. of Seattle, arrived on the Tbctnpaon l'rid:i.\ evenlpgtoo late to at tt nd the funeral < f his brother Michael. Jake t'ramev Mid Frank I'ortor, with [heir laniilii's, eojoyetj an pating Suudav, vnitinj; Mr. and Mrs. John Cranur on blli'il island. Mr. stsittz. whohas been here several lays looking after his fruit ranch ami yisiting his many friends, returned Sat urday to hi* homo in Seattle). S. H. 8 tow era, who has been quito ill, made a trip to Friday Harbor and other points last week, accompanied by lii* daughter, Miss Matie Stowcrs. supt. Peck,ol the sucia Inland Quarry Company, returned from Seattle last week, bringing w...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 May 1902

Che Ban Islanded VOL. XII. N. CHURCHILL j p Successor to the . S p BAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, £ New arid j j\ny A A Ann ■ Has Just 1 Fine Line! 1/111 UUUIiIJ ; Arrived I I SHIRT WAISTS, WRAPPERS. SKIRTS t I DRESS GOODS, including fine . Cassimeres, Series, I twills, Ginghams and Calicos ' , | Fine line of Ladies' Hose, Lace, Embroideries 9 ——^ —-———^ - —^ .. 0 * Largest Store in San Juan j > County. J > i ____________ .™ # • "-■w~™MnaMnmTWMrw-mmmvmMwnMKmmrmmMKWKWwnwrm*wm^*\i*i ■■ i ■in—■■■■—■im—mii—ii"~—n< j—- —— ■ Kettle Rendered LARDIIARD! LARD! • and GuaraDtesd jjmimiu, iniiu., ■ strictly Pure The McGhio Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, lias ap pointed L. H. Carter sole agent for Sari Juan County for its Pure Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult eration of any kind: It is SIMPLY ILL LARD. Ask your dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Pound Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you me not satisfied ::.:•'::'''.'.r^""STQßE i ~ tr >^ + + + + + + +, ++++^.fr++...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 May 1902

The San Juan Islander O. m III.VIR, Vdilor. FRIDAY HAR BOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World— Resume of the Lest Important Happenings of the Past Week in Con. densed Form. Rampart City is said to be short of food eupplies. An important ptrike of lubricating Oil has been made at Innerwkin bay, Alaska. The remains of General Roseerans have been re-interred at Arlington cein vtery. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Phillips of Cornelius, Ore., have celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary. It is said that Lord I'auncefote'n health is such that lie bta requeued t<» In- recalled from Itih post at Washington. Bishop Potter, who wan taken suddenly ill some days ago, is again in good physi cal condition, according to his attending physical). Naval Constructor Richmond P. Hob* ■on it reported to have been appointed superintending constructor in tM whip yard of Is'tin Nixon, at EHMPthport Four government vessels are now in OOOTM of construction at the yards. The...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 May 1902

UAWINTHEBILL .nVOCATES OF CHINESE EXCLU SION ARE ALARMED Because of One of the Changes Made in the L«w as Recently Pisied—Claimed It Would Allow Any Number of Cdestlali to Come in With Only the Trouble of First Securing British Citizenship. Washington, May 15.— advocates o Chinese exclusion are alarmed over | »n apparent flaw in the bill recently e j when congress re-enacted the old J>ary law with a few modifications. ' One of the changes provides that Chi nese shall be excluded so far as the same i. not inconsistent with treaty obliga tions It appears that thousands of Chi namen in Hongkong, Singapore and other Eastern ports are English citizens. Other thousands could become Britishers by taking a Christian oath and signing a The treaty obligations require the free The treaty obligations require the free admission of English citizens into this country. It appear*, therefore, that the may be opened for the entrance of hordes of Chinese. Attorney General Knox lias been asked to in...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 May 1902

San jfuan Islander THE isi.%m>j:k CO., rul»H«lier». O. H CUI.VBB Hditor and Manager. Bntered at the poetofßea In Friday Harbor us second .-hiss mail matter. SnhM-riptlon rrlce. - H.f.O I'er Year The OfDcial Paper ot San Joan County. _, ClubMng List »- To nil Mibiicribera paying one year m advance [and arroirs, If any) the follow- Ing named publication* are offered, to gether with the ISLANDER, at tlio com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.ANPKK and Seattle Post-Intelligencer, weekly, - - Ji.&o Seattle Ttmea weekly, .... '•° Northwest Horticulturist ... - 1.60 New York Tribune Fanner % - - - I:*° New York Tribune Review - - l.ho (ten York Tribune, in-weekly, - - 2,10 Thricc-a-Wtek vV. World, - - - 2.00 Toledo Blade, I-. 6 Detroit Free Tress, semi-weekly, • • 3.00] S. F. Examiner, weekly, - - • **"] S. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - a.oo I Chicngo Inter-Oceau, weekly, - - a. 15 J St. I'aiil Pioneer I'ress. weekly, - - a.oo j Montreal family Herald and Star - - - a.oo ] Farm a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 May 1902

I U>cz\ and personal \ p v. Cowell arrived yesterday from O ilifc»r:iia. Will Ilo?s is visiting friends in Se ttle and Ba"ard.,|jVy'; .-... Dr Muscott was over from Lopez Tuesday "ii professional business. ; ; : . Wall paper at Fowle'a store. * ..* Vorma" Driggs is visiting- relatives ud friends in Seattle and Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dightinan and child returned to Port Townsend Tues day- . Mrs. Ballinger has been chosen presi dent of Hie Tort Townseiid musical ciuij. —♦— Ice cream and sodas at Fovvles. * f Joseph Sweeney has sold th* pair of horses, which he lately purchased in (Seattle. t Musical instruments and clocks at FowleV. • ♦ Flora de Whittier cigars at Saloon *"• ' _►_ .' Churchill still has plenty of grain sacks. —T* Try one of our New Rival Hats. You pill find none better.-Martin & Jensen. ♦ The Delineator anil the Designer for [one may be obtained at the Islander Company's. 4 The steamer Raven measures four een tons net. She has a whistle like v ocean liner's...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 May 1902

DAIPHIIADDELOT S IfEDIATIOH BY WILLIAM MINTO. CHAP! PR XlV—Continued From all tin' tumult and HfritatW>n of ■00l prodnced by the conflict between will an.l lingering de-ire, Ralph'i main parpoM gained greatly in motive force. Public spirit, zeui fi»r the common good, i^ often reinforced In this way by i personal feeling dammed up ami denied free course in its natural channel. The energy thus engendered demands an j outlet, and preaeM with powerful im palie behind any noble purpose in which tbe bean Bndi compensation. Bnt to this end the old channel moat i.c securely and n^oiutely closed. For tune favored Ralph el»O in hi* will to, hold forward without looking back or turning aside. It so happened that Lhe Princess Joanna, the young king's mother, tlie widow of the Black Prince, interacted herself warmly in Chra Root. The Pair Maid of Kenl bad had her own love troubles, and affairs ol the heart appealed to her. Only the year before she had favored and had Mtcceeded in effecting a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 May 1902

"^NGRESSM AN : FITZPATRICK Says Pe-ru-na is a Splendid Ca tarrhal Tonic. Congressman T. Y. Fit/.pat rick. Hon. T. Y. Fitzpatrick, congressman from Kentucky, writes from the National Hotel, Washington, D. C, as follows: "At the solicitation of a friend I used your Peruna andean cheerfully recom mend your remedy to anyone suffering with catarrh or who needs a good j tonic."--T. Y. FITZPATRICK. A Good Tonic. ]'e-ur-na is a natural . and efficient n«rve tonic. It strengthens and re stores the activity of every nerve in the body. Through the use of Pe-ru-na the weakened or overworked nerves resume their natural strength and the blood j vessels begin at once to regulate the j flow of blood according to nature's laws. Congestion! immediately disappear. • Catarrh Cured. All phases of catarrh, acute or chron ic, are promptly and permanently cured. It is through its operation upon the nervous system that Pe-ru-na has attained inch a world-wide reputa tion as a sure and reliable remedy for I a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 May 1902

Orcas Island BAIT SOLM> It Is repoMod that the lime kiln at Poit lisngdon will begin operations agaio nsst Monday. Mrs. Clinton Wood« ami »on left on tho Buckeye Monday to tisit her pareoii ar Anaeortis. V. W. Taylor. «.f \\ latcom, visited his Family over Sunday, returning to What , .mi Momlaj evening. ciinrUoUininfft'Svbq lias \jeen atteud injr commercial college in Seattle for. the jiust low iiiontlis, is at home for a vaca tion. The A. P. A. had two pile drivers at Weal beach Last week and lirovennd capped the fiith trap in front of l>. Kin. pie's pla.i . Will Wright, engineer on one of the V. A. l". <'>.•> boats, Is ipendlpg v ttm flays >Miii liis parents and having a good time v Ith the boj b. , CnriiCMt Donahue, who has spent most pf the time for the past four years at Daw ,m>ii City and Nome, but baa been in thn employ of the Seattle Times during the winter, is apfindiug ii few weeks at home, jkisitiii},' his parents sad recruiting his li «lth. Mr. and M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 May 1902

Ck Ban Jmn Islanded - ".;• ;',*-■• •■': •-' ,■_-:■'-■.,■.;, >„ ■ . i . ■ , ": ■ ■ • , ■ • , , . ■ ' -. ■ -._■■■- ■ • ■ ■> . * ; . VOL. XII. I N.E.CHURCHILL ft Successor to the i SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, I New and T\n V ft A Aj\n Has Just J Fine Line | Uil I UUUIJIJ \ Arrived \ SHIRT WAISTS, WRAPPERS, SKIRTS | t I DRESS GOODS, including fine Cassimeres, Serges, - 5 ? Twills, Ginghams and Calicos ■ '-V' j g Fine line of Ladies' Hose, Lace, Embroideries * * Largest Store in San Juan f County. L— . — " """" £ — i Kettle Rendered IHHD' LARQT LARD' « Kettle Rendered HBD' lARD LARD' • aDd GQaraaleed .amv. unity, lhiiu. « strictly Pure The McGliio Dressed Meat Company, of Everett; has ap : pointed L. B. Carter solo agent for San Juan County for its Pure Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult- I eration of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LA III). Ask your dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Pound Guaranteed Strictly Purel If you are not satisfied Your Money Will be I Re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 May 1902

The San Juan Islander <• H. (I I.VEIL Kditor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Past Week in Con 4rnicd Form. King Kdward has approved the con ferring of the most noble order of the garter upon the Duke of Marlborough, in HtitceHsion to the late Karl of Kimber ley, who died April 8. % The Ministers' Association of Manila ie about to send a cablegram to the I'nited States protesting against the ■helvingof the Philippines bill, as rec ommenced by the Philippines commis- A report has reached St. Petersburg of an Attempt to aHsassinate Prince Obel snaky, governor of the department of Kharkoff, who was commended by the czar for suppressing the rioting among the peasantry of that district. Hetty Green, the noted woman of finance, has been granted a permit to carry a revolver by the police of New York City. Judge (ieorge P. Andrews, of the New- York supreme court, has been stricken with ap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 May 1902

BEPIBLICOFCUBA cnRMAL CHANGE OF OOVERN MENT IN THE ISLAND. Occ «ion ol Great Rejoicing Over the Final Re*li"t'°n of Every Cuban's Dream—Pow ers Notifed by United States Representatives o f Transfer of Authority—Oen. Wood and f resident Palma Chief Actors. Washington, D. C, May 22.—Follow ing is the official notice Bent out by the «Ute department to the ambassadors and ministers of the United Stales all over the world regarding the independ pnce of Cuba: "1 am directed by the president to inform you that all military Suoationof the island of Cuba by the United States has ceased and that an independent government, republican in form has been inaugurated under the presidency of Tomas Estrada Palma. You are* instructed to convey this information through appropriate chan nels to the government to which you are accredited. John Hay." Havana, Cuba, May 21.— new Cuban republic was ushered in with fitting ceremonies May 20. It was a fete 4iv throughout the inland—a day to which every patriot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 May 1902

San jfuan Islander TIIK I9LAIIDBH CO., rubllshera. O. H. Cl I.VI-.K, . KJitor mid Manager. »? Entered at tin; postotttce In Friday \ Harbor as second class mail matter. Snbftcrlptlun 1M1««-, - *l.flO IVr Ynu The Official Paper ol San Juan County. _, Clubbing Met *- To all subscribers paying one year in advance (*nd arrears, if any) the follow ing named publle*tlona are offered, to gvther with the ls!,.\MU'lt, at tlio coin bination prices quoted, viz.: isi. \ \!>i'K md Seattle I'ost-Intelllgencer, weekly, - - Si.So Seattle Times, weekly, ... - i.Ro Northwest Hortlcjlturist .... i.Co New York Tribune l'armer - - - i.So New York Tribune Review •• - - - 180 New York Tribune, 'n -weekly, - - 2-10 Thricia-Wft-k N. v World, - - - 200 roll .1 Blade, - - • - • - 1.60 Detroit Free Press, iiemt-wtekljr, - - 3.00 K. i. Kxamiiier, weekly, - - - -5° S. K. Bulletin, sun l.iy e.'.ition, - - 200 Chicago Intel ' an, weekly, - • 3.15 St. Paul Pioneer l're*», weekly, - - aoo Montreal Family Herald a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 May 1902

Local and personal 5 Mrs. James Burke went to Seattle Tuesday- > • , Martin & Jensen .shipped 227 sack* of cat s to Seattle Tuesday. Mr<. Richard* and Mrs. Usher re turned to Port Towuseud Tuesday.' Fourteen cases, of eggs were shipped from Carter's wharf to Scuttle Tuesday. The liauk and county oMices will be , 1( . ( .l tomorrow, iv recognition of Memorial day. ,>;^y^ Mr. Dorsey, recently appointed reji hterof the U. 8. land office at Water ville, l- in town. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. L. I^. Carter, Friday morning, May 23, a son. Cigars at the Blue Front Store. . ♦ Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gould, of Seattle, made their son Gene und family a short visit during the week. ♦ The retrial of the McConnell smug- Ming case has been set for June 11 in jlir United States court in Seattle. ♦ Fred and Paul McMlillu returned to Roche Harbor Monday from California, where they have been attending school. —— Mrs. Isaac Sandwith'aud Miss Sand «itli intend leaving in a few days to visit Mi. Sand...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 May 1902

RALPH tIAPDtLOrS HOI! BY VILLIAM MINTO. CHAPTER XV—C< ntinued. why do you art with them? At least you need not act with them." "Anting evils one matt make ■ c i"i(•»•," answered the men limit, with a very si.li "Hit it JfOU a. t with them, JKW itrengrbsn Uieir power for evil. The people niu-t think that JOU aj>prove of "Listen," said tin- merchant. "Re formation is not m» simple a matter a* impulsive youth is apt to think. You know how wretched the state of the poorest commons i-. You would have their condition bettered, would you BOt?" 'With all my heart," said Ralph. "Consider, then, how it is to he done. The head must move as well as the hejtrt. I act with thotC turhulent orators because I am no orator myself, and the.-c men raise the wind that fill tiie sails of my plan of reformat ion. and I have no bops in any Other plan. There is, in truth, no other plan that can succeed." Ralph was rather staggered at this frank statement, and his countenance showivl it. • * m I too pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 May 1902

100 Doses For One Dollar Economy i" medicine must be Mll vcl by two things—cost and YdV d It cannot \m measured by !j t her :ilon«. It is greatest in that medicine t*»i.»t does tne most for tti,. money—that radically and per manently cures at the least ex ' ge . That medicine is Hood's SarsapariUa It purities «■»<! enriches the blood, cures pimples, eczema and all eruptions, tired, languid feelings, loss of appetite and general debility. -I have taken Hood's Sprsaparilla and found i it reliable and giving perfect satisfaction. It takes 8 way that tired feeling, gives energy and imu the blood in good condition." MissEffie [oLONNK, 1535 10th Bt..N. W., Washington, DC. | Hood* Smrmmpmrlllm promtmmm to cure and kmmttm thm promlmm. His Turn Next . ~M Kind Gentleman— Why are you cry ing, my little man? Little Boy— Because my ma islickin' my little brother for something wot I done. Kind Gentleman—What a conscien tious little gentleman. Little Boy—But my brother'll tell ; her it wnz me, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 May 1902

\ Orcas Island »•: \st soiM) Mrs. Pattemotl went to Whalcom la«t week t«> spend .1 few ('ays. joint Cramer baa .moved his family. overtoSucia Island foi the mi minor. 1. s. Waidiip lefl on the Thompson Mi nday tor ■ vis;t with iiis dauglrterU In wiiaicom and Si nttio. j. \n\ white one of jpur successful fruli growers, made a I'vinj; trip to \N hatcom and other points last week. Our school* closed Fri-.lny afternoon. The principal. Mi-s Kdons. l( ft that even ing for her home in Whateoni. Luther Sutherland hn.s purchased the beautiful home of • Frank Westfall, win. with his Family, Will leave soon for Be ittle. Miss Hanli'ii. who has been teaching the primary department of our school the past year, left Monday for her home In la IIS. Robert Avid, of Falrhaven, has been Upending* week Vinting his son and look ing after some extensive Improvements on his farm near this place. Miss Stella Brcedlove, of Ban -fuan isi and, hi visiting Miss Bessie Cramer, she look the eighth grade schoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 June 1902

THE SAN JUAN ISLANDER VOL. XII. ; N.E.CHURCHILL { i Successor to the , SAN JUAN GRADING COMPANY, j New and I T\T)V f 1 AAfiC !llas Just ; Fine Line jJlil uUvIJIJ < Arrived ■ •-'■.■.■•'■•> ■ .v ■ : SHIRT WAISTS, WRAPPERS, SKIRTS ; DRESS GOODS, including fine Cassimeres, Serges, ; Twills, Ginghams and Calicos L______ » Fine line of Ladies' Hose, Lace, ' Embroideries | Largest Store in San Juan County. LARD' LARD' LARD'I • Kettle Rendered LARD' LARD' LARD' « and Cuiranteed lwiiu. lhiiu. unnu. | « strictly fm The McGhie Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, has ap pointed L. B. Carter sole agent for San Juan County for its Pure Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult eration of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LARD. Ask your'dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Pound Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Your Money Will be I m,,r rnn NT c TnR r Refunded at the...... bLUb NUHI bl0" +++£+++++ »♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦4• ♦ ♦"♦ ♦♦+ ♦+ ♦ »»H^ + ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦"♦ ♦ i I Just Recei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 June 1902

palph numors nran BY WILLIAM MINTO. CHAPTER XVl—Continued. Hut Ralph bud n.vor before faced such a crowd,and lor a moment he was dizzy and sp»t'<bless. It whs but for a moment, however. The pans.- was X abort as to be hardly perceptible to the Hudience. though it seemed ■ long in terval to him. Amid the s^i of face he saw pocket ami the canon leering at his abashed visage, and the sight at once restored hi« self possession. "I need not tell you. my friends."' l>r -aid. "how I Wai brought into the king's presence. Enough that I had occasion to allege- before him that his commons suffered wrong w here they had a right to expect protection, and that I heard him with his own lips de clare that these wrongs should be in quired into, and thi.t justice should be done. I Uso bid suffered. j.ud lie stretched the shield of justice over me. \\hi.t this good priest b.t-s told you is the truth. There cvi benodoubl of the king'n goodofea fend clemency t,nd desire to do justice. I bate been ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 June 1902

Eczema How it reddens the skin, Itches, oozes, . ■„, . m d scales 1 " -" . ■ *- Tome people.call it tetter, milk crust or Tbehe Jußering f rO m it is sometimes in-' 'The suffering from it is sometimes In ' p . local applications are resorted to— hrv mitigate, but cannot cure. „v • •-:/ ■, ; , , It proceeds from humors inherited or ac lljr ed and persists until these have been removed. . _ , " V ■ - •#»'?" Hoods Sarsaparilla t jvely removes them, t has 1 radically. «nd permanently cured the worst cases, and is, without an equal for all cutaneous >niptio"S. :■ "■ ■-■ ' -■■■■' ' : - 'j^ gooFvm" »re the beit cathartic. Price 25 caut*, The Freedom Seemed Queer. "Of course you were given the free dom of the city?" "Yes," answered the distinguished visitor, "bat I had to keep bo close to h regular schedule, under the strict sur veillance of so many committees, that it was hard to realize how free I wag." —Washintgon Star. THE TWINE BITUATION. Market Has Been Advancing and Prices Are Fir...

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