31 Aug 1898 Klondike A.B. Hultz

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31 Aug 1898 Klondike A.B. Hultz - Provisions Months in the provisions which 17....
Provisions Months in the provisions which 17. to not at La one ex- A KLONDIKE* Who Returned From the Alaskan G«U I Fields a Rich Man. There is at present visiting in Fremont one of Hie few men wbo from the Klondike gold regions with fortune. He is A. B. Hnltz. Mr arrived iu Fremont Tuesday morning and is for a few days the guest of brother, Ed Hultz, the well known engineer at the shear works. A News representative had (lie pleasure of meeting the returned Klondike!-, with whom the scribe had uu interest-, ing conversation. Mr. Hultz has been iu the Klondike country for a year, during which he has been working the claims of and Mrs. T. S. Lippey. It will be remembered that Mr. and Mrs. Lippey visited iu Fremont last summer, here direct from the Klondike. Mrs. Lippey is a sister of the Messrs. These claims are in British territory of of the on Han- could bo and among the best in the gold After a year's hard work Mr. Hultz secured for himself enough of the precious precious gold to enable him to live the remainder of his days in luxury. Wneu queried as to the value of his wealth refused to say how much gold he brought out, but remarked that it was necessary for him to procure a horse carry his many pounds of gold dust from the nearest town. Thus it will seen that gold, amounting to many thousands of dollars, was secured Ly this fortunate Klondiker. insurgent reciting have constitution that of H. recognition Philippine to in } Mr. Hnltz has with him a little f chamois skin bag containing 73 of the pure metal which he kindly received superior gunners, more an lowed the reported to handle aud gaze upon, and express the wish that he himself might have them and take a vacation. The value of these nuggets alone is several thousand dollars. Mr. Hultz left the gold regions June 80, and at Seattle converted his dust into good American money and securities. He then come eat to visit his friends and relatives. He intends visiting in states during the winter mouths and about the month of February will again start for the Klondike. Mr. Hultz says there are far more men in the gold regions than there is gold. Many of the men have gone broke owing to bad luck and high and he predicts there will be a vast amount of suffering there this winter. Many men who have been able to have been quitting the country and getting getting back to the states as speedily as possible. Mi-. Hultz is a very pleasant gentleman, gentleman, unassuming and not inclined to make any blow about Iris find, and it was only after much persuasion he consented consented to talk.--Fremont News. "Personal C. the Did

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  1. The Sandusky Star-Journal,
  2. 31 Aug 1898, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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