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Coming From ... On Dyk

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Parent Issue
Day
3
Month
November
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

H. M. Wallace, of Klondike fame, is expected back to Aun Arbor any'day, the saine roseate boonier of the Alaskan gold flelds as of oíd. He wrote a friend in this city froru Atlin, B. C, under date of Oct. 10, saying that he expected to leavejin a few days for the coast and froin Skaguay he expected to go to Seattle, and thence via San Francisco to Ann Arbor. Says Wallace: "I want to teil yon that we have struck it fine this year, and we now own over a score of claims in this district, sonie of which are among the ricliest of the country. When walking across a claim the other day, I picked up a yellow pebble worth about $30, and when scraping bed rock on one of our claims last week, one of niy men picked up a golden boulder. weighing 4 oz., 4-pwt. and 13 gr. It makes a very unique paperweight, in which capacity it is now serving on my desk of natural undressed wood. " Mr. Wallace is booming the U. S. and Dominion Mining Co. But he will be in Anu Arbor in a few days to speak for himself.