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The Weekly Epigram (Sept. 1897 - April 1898)

The Weekly Epigram (Sept. 1897 - April 1898)

 

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  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1897-11-20)
    "Indian Commissioner Barge, Hoyt and McNeeley have been ordered to the Unitah reservation to confer with Indians relative to opening the reservation there. Nothing has been done here, and the opening of the Yakima reservation ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1897-10-23)
    "The Supreme Court held up the decision on the Arid Land Commissioner's case so long that he will be unable to do any irrigating in the present season. He will probably spend the winter in the mountains constructing ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1897-11-06)
    "The wheat crops of Oregon, Washington and Idaho this year will in value, about equal one-half of all the gold taken out of the mines in the United States during 1897. This is richness for the Northwest."
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1897-10-30)
    "Monday, about four o'clock the Smith & Cameron expedition pulled out of North Yakima with their 248 head of horses, to try their fortune in the frozen north."
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1897-11-13)
    "Marshal Dilley ransacked the Hotel DeShaw Sunday night of about 20 of its boarders, and the Kangaroo court has lost many of its terrors."
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1897-10-16)
    "N. P. experiment farm. -- Tom Morton is engaged in putting in shape the experimental seed farm of the Northern Pacific southeast of the city. This farm will contain twenty acres and the company expects to experiment and ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-04-30)
    "A Curfew bell will be rung Monday night at 9 o'clock and the Marshel says that all boys found on the streets after that hour will have to give an account of themselves or be arrested."
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-04-23)
    "War begins! Spain considers U. S. Ultimatum a Declaration of War And Orders Spanish Fleet to Commence Hostilities. Havana now blockaded. Flying squadron sails to intercept Spanish flotilla."
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-04-09)
    "Jas. Ennis, of Livingston, Montana, left last Saturday night for his home in that place. Some months ago, Mr. Ennis, who is an old miner, came west with the intentions of trying his luck in Alaska but was taken sick and ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-04-02)
    "A heavy earthquake was experienced in San Francisco, March 31st, and as a result, 2700 men are out of employment at the Mare Island Navy yards and a loss sustained to the building and property estimated at $1,000,000. In ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-03-12)
    Notice to peanut eaters. Some persons have complained, and caused the authorities to prohibit the boys from selling peanuts on the streets. We desire to inform those who want these extra fine peanuts that the boys will ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-04-16)
    "C. M. Harris, the proprietor of the Opera House grocerystore is at Fort-Simico. He has gone there in the hopes that the change will benefit his health, which has been quite poorley since he had the measles about a month ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-03-19)
    A bill was introduced by Representative Newlands of Nevada yesterday directing the Secretary of the Interior to make surveys for and determine and report on the coast of erecting reservoirs on certain rivers and tributaries ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-03-26)
    "Selah sundries. Quite a number from the valley intend going up the Natchez to work on the ditch. The school board, after a three hour's fight, decided that a school marm could dance all the time if she wanted too, one ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1897-10-09)
    Volume number jumps from 1 to 3, between the last issue, and this one.
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-02-19)
    "It is understood that all is not peace and harmony within the local fusion machine, better known to fame as the Three-Legged Committee. Those of them who already have an office are said to insist on remaining in the ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-02-05)
    "H. W. Kauffman, offers his Knob Hill farm for sale. This is one of the most desirable places in that well known suburb to North Yakima, and is noted for its healthfulness and freedom from smoke and other objections in the ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-02-12)
    "It is now claimed that Germany, France and Russia are not only engaged in the disintegration of China, but in the backing of bankrupt old Spain. If this be true the United States should join with England and Japan and ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1897-10-02)
    "The fever is abating in New Orleans and other southern points. The doctors now declare that it is not the yellow fever, but a fever known as the 'Dandy' fever. A disease that stiffens one's limbs and gives a stiff, dignified ...
  • Relander, Click; Harsell, J. T.; Harsell, Agnes C. (Harsell, J. T.Harsell, Agnes C., 1898-01-29)
    "A four horse rig, attached to a bobsled upon which was a hay rack, and a load of happy, merry-hearted young people attracted considerable attention several evenings this week."

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