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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 September 1894

VOL. 4. NO. 29. if II IN HIE SOUDAN T he French Are Badly Bea.eii at Timbuctoo. SUMMARY OF THEIR MOVEMENTS „ts of Other Battles and the Oc- ACO,r i !l«i«.. «>f i imbuctoo by the French ( up-iii"" Tr<)O ,,s Detachment Makes a Sortie m. in Hie Town and is Cut to Pieces. „,,, .\agnst 30.—According to a re tort received at St. Louis the French Lrrisan at Timbuctoo after three days' Lpemte fitting with theTauregs and tlll . r hostile tribes, which had been be ,in" ie2 that city, made a sortie. The beleaguering forces in overwhelming numbers fell upon the sortie party, fairly annihilating it. This news has created consternation in army circles, as it is the eecJndserious resistance the Fr. have met with in the vicinity of Timbuctoo eiiue that important Soudanese town was occupied by them early in the pres ent year. A summary of the move ments of the French in the Soudan and the occupation of Timbuctoo is as fol \ French column commanded by Colo n.l Bannier arrived at Timbuctoo Janu ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 September 1894

S353S2 Thk Islandkr Entered at the postoflice in Friday Harbor ajNaaead elan mail matter. SUBSCMI'TION I'KICE, ?I.r>opc! yenr Strictly in advance ADVERTISING KATES: Display el—llllll ad*, 25 cents per inch, .per week, single*- measurement. Reading: busing locals, 20 cents per line per week. Bfettoea, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 30 cents per lino for first insertion and 10 cents per line e.ich week thereafter. Legal BOtfee*i at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islandkr ■must l>e signed with the name of the 'writer, not necessarily for publication, feat as a guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, SEPT. ftfa, MB*. The Official Paper of Sao Juan County. A. J. PAXSON, Editor and Prop. PEOPLES PARTY CONTENTION. Notice is hereby Riven that on Saturday, September l~>th, 1«4, at one o'clock, p. m., the Peoples Party, of San Juan county, "Washington, will meet in delegate con vention, at the school house on Shaw island, in San Juan county, for the pur pose of nominati...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 September 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. ._ John H. McGraw ?^»ntGovenior Frank H. Luce 1 'of State James H. l'ri.-e ><" l T Usurer Ozro A. Bnwen stilt( , I : ,/eneral W C Jones Att M'nhlielnstruction Chas. W. B»an >ul ', V , missioner W T Forrest 1 »vnd 1 o"1"" John L Wilson Congressman--;" John B Allen lT s seniors, j -\\ C Hquire SUPREME COURT. , T.^tice T J Anders ( . hie f Justice f R O Dunbar J P Hoyt Associate Justices, -j c p styles I Elnion Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. . _ T, l( ie J R Winn ; []" r k ...'.'■' «co. A. Ellspennan '„.»,- John Edens Joint :,'.ntative::::: J. B. Tucker Representative » JL. Murray Keconiej- CM. Tucker "Treasurer "'"( (M;. Carter dinners I J- H. Nichols -Commissioners, |....... Wesley Warner W.H. Thacker Attornej ....Ashton W. Thomas >licri«r-— "" E W Harrison Asst^:;; ' ;.;;;; c E Cantine Sl"'» V schools R M Wansbrough Supt'''MhoOlS" ........Dr. Goo. S. Wright cSSnsslonerU S Court II D Allison : THE : San Juan County Bank — :of:— FRIDAY HARBOR, W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 September 1894

PLENTY OF SCANDAL Vanderbilt's Millions Not All His Wife Wanted. HAVE NOT LIVED HARMONIOUSLY It i- Said That the Former Southern Beauty Him Begun an Action for Di vorce From William K. Vanderbilt— 111- <Sift to Nellie Neustretter. Nkw Ygkk, September I—The state ment in a morning paper that Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt was about to begin separa tion proceedings has not, it is alleged, created surprise in circles where the re lations of the pair have been known. That they have not lived harmoniously for the past two years has been the gos sip of fashionable circles for some time. The crisis in their affairs, according to the Commercial Advertiser of to-day, was reached immediately after the run ning of the Grand Prix de Paris June 17 of this year. The paper further says: "Mr. Yanderbilt won 40,000 francs on the race, and almost immediately after receiving his winnings he was introduced to a woman well known for her beauty and numerous following among the lights in swelldom. This person w...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 September 1894

I v TOL. ♦• NO. 30. Hi] n\ THE STAND. He Testifies in His Own Be * half a t San Francisco. • KF . a) POSITIONS ENDED c \X\U be Decided According to * Evidence Unless Habeas Corpus the k'W (1" , edinga Are I'.egun— Depositions Vl . Entirely Satisfactory. c • Fb\xcisco, Vptember 7. The a> icnt of San Salvador has ex ited ita stock of depositions, and ""Tto have no oral testimony to offer extradition proceedings nowpend- the United States District Court ?re against General Ezeta and his fel- , m r •■•i $* 3- Tlie depositions presented ; ib bavc not been entirely satisfactory I the prosecution, inasmuch as a great .leil'of testimony lias been stricken out tlVr the f^^S »f the court that Ameri cm bw relating to admissibility of evi- 1 dence must obtain during the proceed- | •"a The first deposition relates to the ! Ji!; n ., of Thomas Canas, a teamster i maa Cunas, a teamster .horn General Ezeta and Juan Cien fnlos encountered daring their flight to | . rc rl The second accuses Genera...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 September 1894

The Islander Entered at the postotlice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PKICE, «1.50 per year Strictly in advance^ ADVERTISING RATES I Display standing ads, 26 cents per inch, per week, single cclumn measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per line per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale. etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary lejjnl rates. All communications to Thk Isi.anpfk must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, SEPT. U, M*. The Official Paper of San Juan Couoty. A. J. PAXBON, Editor and Prop. Citizens Convention. We, the undersigned citizens and voters of San Juan county, do hereby mbsertbe our MUM to a call for a CftfaMM Conven tion to be held in Friday Harbor. Wash., Wednesday evening, September 20, MM, to place in nomination a Citizens Ticket for the election to be held next November ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 September 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTOR!. STATE OFFICERS. ....John H. McGraw i 0««2t Governor Frank H. Lnce Lie" 11'"" 1 l r cjote James H. Price gjcrct»ry f ii^ te — ; Ozro A owen gUtfi Ircf-" 'era V... W C Jones A"'"'l,' / ', 1 nstmotion ChasW. Burn Rapt „,u«.ioner V\ T Forrest !*od «' "'" "^one ..; John L Wilson Co»i re^1 {'"".. John B Allen 5 seti:it (jrs ' j." W C Squire SUPREME COURT. „ ' T J Anders Chief Jw^ 1 c ;*" RODunbar " J P Hoyt nociate Justices, y C P Styles A« !011' I Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. . lnd -e J Winn gape" 0 J ""*• - . Geo. A. Ellsperman County i. l«;r^ John Edens joint Senator^ •• J. E. Tucker Representative J L Murray flecor<l< >r ■■. C. M. Tucker Treasurer ••••■ C L. Carter . . npra \ ■■;::: J. H.Nichols Co tnniis>ioners, y. .. Wesley Warner v ' V. .... W. H. Thacker Attorney ..!!Ashton W. Thomas Sheritl ■" E W Harrison Assessor .*tq E Cantine Survey i ■-" '.."..U M Wansbrough up t of Schools ...Dr. Geo. S. Wright CcW°£'ioner* US Court H D Allison _—: THE : San ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 September 1894

TOWN SWALLOWED UP Pennsylvania Hamlet Sinks Into the Earth. SCOTCH VALLEY GONE BELOW One of the Mont Complete Cave-ins in the History of That Extensive Mining Region The Wildest Excitement Pre vailing Through the Neighborhood. Lofty, Perm., September B.— little mining town of Scotch Valley, near here, was swallowed up to-night in one of the most complete mine cave-ins ever known in this region. The scene of the disaster is on the slope of Mount Lookout, and a score of houses comprise the hamlet at the mouth of the shaft from Mount Look out colliery. The wildest excitement prevails through the region, and details are fragmentary. It is known, however, that the dozen houses on each side of the principal street of the hamlet are completely swallowed up in the gaping hole, and nothing can be seen of the other buildings but the roofs, gables and chimneys. It is impossible to state ac curately the number of fatalities, or if there are any. Parties are exerting every means to release the o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 September 1894

VOL. 4. NO. 31. CVCLONt AND TORNADO Portions of Missouri and Ten nessee Are Visited. I>ASD MANY INJURED . i,< ked Off the Track and Twenty Feet Away-Funnel- Shaped Cloud Deal* D Everything i» I" ™*- Mo., September 13.—Two led i a score injured, ally, in a cyclone to-day, i train was blown from the JU. [be killed are: Dempeey of Missouri and % n of Eldorado, 111. score of injured only th» .-,-ould be obtained :> ster Coyle, badly bruised; lorado, leg broken; — Dex rtown, 0., internally injured; ip, Hamilton, 0., side badly .ing, Alto Pass, 111., fa ll , V. Dexter, Moorehouse, dislocated; F. W. Hum , ' !.!<., Mo., arm broken; J. Mo., arm hurt; Mrs. ■;, Dexter, Mo., arm j; ni! ,. n; c. H- Milieu, Corning, Ark.. baillv bruised. ;, „,,.., lock to-day when thewest bound express on the Iron Mountain ad was struck by a cyclone, and the result was one of the most serious i known on the system. The train was in charge of Conductor Jack I owe r and Engineer Andy Hill. It had ,st re...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 September 1894

Thb Islander Entered at the postoflice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 11.50 per year .Strictly in advance ADVERTISING RATES: Di«plav standing ads, 25 cents per inch, , ptr week, single eclumn measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per | line per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cunts per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must be signed with the name of the Writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. _ THURSDAY, SEPT. 20. 19H. The Official Paper of San Joan Connty. A. J. PAXfIOK, Editor nnd Prop. Citizens Convention. We. the undersigned citizens and voters of San Juan county, do hereby subscribe | our names to a call for a Citizens Conven- i tion to be held in Friday Harbor, Wash., i Wednesday evening, September 2fi, 18M, to place in nomination a Citizens Ticket , for the election to b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 September 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ■TA.TE OFFICER*. _-_ .. John H. McGraw G°,*nant Governor Frank H. Lnce LleU «rv ofState ..James H. Price Secretary <« aw Ozro A Bow ie ,[v General" W 0 Jones Attfullic Instruction Chas W. Bean Commissioner ..W 1 Forrest 1311 L.man John L Wilson ('ougrewuian.......... John B Allen US Senators, j W enquire SUPREME COURT. . TnoHre T J Anders Chief Justice f R o Dunbar I J P Hoyt Ai *,ciate Justices, C P styles A \ Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. ,„ Tde J R'-Winn Superior Juuge-- ...Geo. A. Ellsperman County uerK ••• _ John Edens Joint SWjg^^ J. E. Tucker Rer resenunve - } L Murray Recorder.. CM.Tucker Treasurer -••• ( ,_ L Carter • o ; An pr<» I J- H. Nichols Commissioners, < . ;.. Wesley Warner ".". W.H. Thacker Attorney ..Ashton W. Thomas Slit"" E w Harrison Asses " c E c anne Sury e V 5;h0015".".".'.'"...R M Wansbrough gupt of Schools ! ....Dr. Geo. S. Wright ronul^igrUS Court H D Allison _ . T HE: ■ San Juan County Bank :of:— FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RES...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 September 1894

THE UNITED ACTORS. Fitst Protective Association Formed by Players. PUGILISTIC ACTORS SHUT OUT They Are Banded together to Discourage Such Accessions to the Stage as Cor bett, Sullivan and Miss Pollard — (•ouipem iHMue* Them a Charter. New York. September 15. — Samuel Gompers, President of the American Federation of Labor, and Christopher Evans, the Secretary, this morning per formed the somewhat elaborate cere mony of bestowing a charter upon the "Actors' Protective Union No. 1" of the city of New York. The affair, which took place at No. 8 Union Square, was strictly private; but, judging from the applause which came in noisy bursts from behind the closed doors, the speeches made by President Gompers and the members of the Central Labor Union to the town's vaudeville artists, who crowded the hall, hit the profes sional entertainers just about right. The speech of Henry White of the Gar ment Workers' Union, in which he de scribed the misery of East-side tailors, saying that without a...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 September 1894

VOL. 4. NO. 32. fil (L\ THE TRUSTS. judgment of Ouster Against tbe Whisky Combine. rHE DEFEKDAHT WILL APPEAL a ,„,. Decision I* Sustained, It Will End r ,.i.itf KxJstence of the De- Uh;U Assistant Attorney ,] seboftetd Says About It. September 20.—Judge Gib -1 the demurrer to pleMof the Whisky Trust ation in quo warranto filed by enenrt Maloney, and di ... Attorney-General to prepare ,1 of ouster against the trust. j on formal matters left I by the main decision three .' Defendant will appeal. If - sustained, it will end the fence of the defendant. „■>-<; eneral will prepare the ,t of" ouster, as directed by the his will be entered, but the de fendant's appeal will operate to suspend „ and nothing definite will result until ; mrt passes on the same, eedings to-day end the case in .mrts. Judge Gibbons in - the linal order, said: »Xhe legal effect of the pleas is to the ownership and control of more distilleries by the which up to the time of ation or absorption by it and contro...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 September 1894

The Islander Entered at tho postoffioo in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. subscription prick, 51.50 per year Strictly in advance ADVERTISING RATES : Display standing ads. SB cents per inch, per week, single ecluinn measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per I line per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. __ THURSDAY; SEPT. 27, MM. The Official Paper of San Juan Connty. A. J. PAXSOX, Editor and Prop. TnK sewer tunnel from North Seattle to Lake Union has just been completed at a cost of about two hundred thosand dollars. Wind storms are romping over lowa and the Dakota*, tossing the houses about, killing people, and otherwise devastating different sec tions of the country. At present it look...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 September 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. -TATK OFFICERS. John H. McGraw I'P^St Governor Frank H. Lnce lieutenant« James 11. Price ri!,- ry, ' ,„' -. Ozro A. Bowen State I :t; s." Si. W C Jones WpXlic Instruction Chas. W. Bean W\\< i niissioner ..W T Forrest Land '"" n John L Wilson ,\.nunvssnuin.--•• John B Allen .. s; seniors, I'" 'W C Squire SUPREME COURT. , „.. T J Anders Chief Justice "■■[ Dunbar " J ]» Iloyt , • . Justices, 1 C P Styles Asv ' i ' Elmon Scott „,,NTV OFFICERS. . „..wc Winn Superior Juofe"" " Geo. A. Ellsperman County < »« John Ed ens Joint Sen»or~ •• J. E. Tucker Bepresentau^ c J L Murray Ilecorder CM.Tucker Treasure! •— V. L. Carter ■ ..... .:::::;: j. H. Nichols Conun isslou ' J ....Wesley Warner v .W.H'.T hacker Attorney Ashton W. Thomas Sberin ' ..I". W Harrison 1" C E Cantine Surveyor.----"-" ••••• R M Wansbrough s upt oi Seliooi Dr. Geo. S. Wright g;;:;^lui;gs Court H DAM „ : THE : San Juan County Bank —:of:— FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. i;I>rONSIBILITV, 550.000 L. CLARK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 September 1894

TREATY WITH SPAIN. Spanish Minister Instructed to Open Negotiations. A FAIR UNDERSTANDING NEEDED He Says Our Trade With the Spanish Antilles Will Average Twenty Mill ions a Year— Hopeful of Accomplish ing Reciprocal Trade Relations. Washington, September 22.—Senor Maragua, the Spanish Minister, author izes the following statement as to recent cable reports that Spain had instructed him to open negotiations for a new com mercial treaty: "Since the reciprocity arrangements a brisk trade has been carried on be tween the United States and Cuba and Porto Rico composed principally of farm products, which runs up into the mill ions, say an average of $22,000,000 yearly for American exports. It is as much in the interest of the United States as of Spain that the exchange of mutual com modities should notcollapse. The Ameri can sugar producers do not raise the tenth part of the home consumption, and struggle besides under the disad vantages of climate, soil and price of labor. Americans, the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 4 October 1894

Vol.. 4. NO. 33. RETURN OF DR. TYNAN He Had Been Declared Dead by the Courts. K yi}'U TWO YEARS' ABSENCE. Slater Attributes His Discovery to the spirit of His l'irat Wife, But the Po le's Claim is 31 ore Material—Meet , |lg of Husband and Wife. „ September 28. —Dr. -, of Modesto, the capi ;-speared October 16, 1892, cation of whom Mrs. Ty ward of $2,000, returned this morning. Dr. Tynan Reno, New, and immediately vent to the Grangers' ■ wo years' absence of the ight much change in his Hi, once tall and massive shrunken and stooping, old friends and business ac verein the bunk to meet c greeted them in an absent way and acted generally was in a dream and sur .'. When asked where all this time he said in Bos to say anything farther. •jj'; ween Mrs. Tynan and her ] remarkably common o emotion was shown by s. Tynan is said not to have nd since his mysterious md was dressed in deep ia supposed death, is the heaviest property o. He was also a di r of the* uanirers" Bank in this city an d ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 4 October 1894

The Islander ————————————— —_—— — Entered at the postoffio© i" Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, |1.50 per year Strictly in advance A!>VK«TISIN<; KATES i Display standing ads, 25 cents per inch, per week, sinjrle column measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per line per week. Notices, such a? Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, OCT. 4th, 1594. The Official Paper of San Jnan County. A. J. PAXSON, Editor and Prop. Tullock for Representative. Fred C. Harper, of East Sound, was the unanimous choice of the Republican Convention for State Senator to represent Skagit and San Juan counties. "A vote for John L. Murray is a vote for free sugar and protected wool." —Republican. Great Gun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 4 October 1894

oKn ,liL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. ...John H. McGraw a*tt& ot .-• •;:"",Vor" Frank H. Lnce fSenant "'or James H. Price V re uirv "! t>t r lt Ozro A. Bowen *?i,lrea* 1111-,-, W V Jones fj\ ,v;ni>»- M"n ...John L Wilson !■£ncresslU *n'"T V. .... John B Allen „°<e^tors i :::::::: we squire 1 SCPBEME COURT. 5 T J Anders . v «-f Justice • • R o Dunbar ewe )•■;; j PHoyt • ♦•Justices^ ■" C PStyles AssO ci»t« J i -•• Elnion Scott rO ,vTY OFFICERS. c JKWinn <ape»°y;/"i" C;::::.'."."Geo. A Ellsperman ;,". n tvH (rK John Edens V, „t Sen»t« r J. E. Tucker tt-Dr**nUlti; .'•'. JI- Murray SSonier ■". CM.Tucker Treasurer - ; ' ft, L. Carter ir J '■; J. H. Nichols romn^' 10"01"*' I Wesley Warner C<" 1 .W.H. Thacker ittornpy Ashton W. Thomas Sheriff E W Harrison Asesso' "" C E Cantine iarvevor...---- "j M Wansbrough gupt of Schools .Dr.Oeo.B. W right »''ruuer' :"I;, " T V Court H D Allison L'oinnii^1"1' THE: San Juan County Bank :of:— 0011 HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RESPONSIBILITY. *5000...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 4 October 1894

w?*ra*sPS*E™^t*; THEIR SINS FORGIVEN Amnesty and Pardon Granted to the Mormons. PROCLAMATION OF PRESIDENT. Civil Right* Are Restored to All Who Have Complied With the Proclama tion »T b.miMNt Harrison-Satis fled That Polygamy «« Stamped Out. W unmnmnr, September 29.—Through the Department of State to-day Presi dent Cleveland made a proclamation of amnesty and pardon to all persons who have been convicted of polygamy under the teachings of the Mormon Church. It is as follows: Whereas, Ouugif by a statute ap proved March 22, 1882, and for statutes in furtherance and in amendment there of, defined the crimes of bigamy, polyg amy an<l unlawful cohabitation in the Territories and other places within the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States and prescribed a penalty for such crimes: and, Whereas, on or about October 6, IS'.K), the Church of the Latter Day Saints, commonly known as the Mormon Church, through its President issued a manifesto proclaiming that said church DO longer s...

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