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Frederick Krueger Collection, Boxes 24, 25, 29

Poshastion notes discuss prosperity of mines and the lives of miners.
The first picture of the Kittitas Standard office is taken by M.C.F. Perkins.
Large tracts of land available for grazing.
Smithson and Meagher had 11 sheep killed by dogs.
Cattle is selling for between $50 and $60 a head. The upward trend of high rates is expected.
Mr. Bonebreak to Miss Mary F. Carlton.
Various Ellensburg items including that business is increasing, Mr. Coleman loses 50 head of sheep, a 23 inch vein found in Shafer mine at Swauk, and Tip Top Mining Co. cut through 150 feet of hard rock at $15 dollars a foot.
Ellensburg items include Geo. Smith purchasing the Brown Restaurant, personal items, and that people supplying liquor to Indians are threatened with hanging.
A letter from W.T. describes work in the mines and prospects for the future in the Swauk Mining District.
Discussion on the cost and route of the Snoqualmie Pass Wagon Road.
Ellensburg items include the literary society preparing for entertainment on April 15th, the rumor of false murder at Swauk, and that the trail is closed.
Discussion on the importance of and availability of shares in the Snoqualmie Wagon Road.
Ellensburg items include, the bridge over Umptanum Creek washed out, Mr. Sutter is a master mechanic and seeks a new building because of heavy trade, and local merchants receive a $457 rebate from tobacco.
Ellensburg items include, a measles epidemic, the birth of a girl to Mrs. Hunter, a girl to Mrs. Milligan and the birth of a boy to Mrs. DeVore, and the marriage of W.H. Keisler to S.A. Strange of Wheatfield, PA.
Description of the route of Northern Pacific Railroad in Yakima and the Kittitas Valley.
List of claims located in the Clealm mining district.
"Territorial Legis-Loafers." Mentions Shoady.
A letter from B.B.K. of Tacoma describing last season at the mines.
"The Clealm Mine." A group of miners bought several mines and will work them this winter.
Patrick Sterner, the former Justice of the Peace at Ellensburg, is committed.