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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 November 1896

rpiii£ Islander CULVEi; BHOS., Publisher ~ Entered nt The iH>sU>mce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 11.50 per year Strictly in advance. " ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. *25 cents per inch, per week, sin gle oclumn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, •nch as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for fi-«t insertion and 5 cents per fine each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik Isla*d*;* must be signed with the name the Writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 1896. Last week The Islander cheer fully published a comoiuuication from our esteemed fellow cititen Mr. C. E. Cantine, in which he took exception to some observations upon the results of the election contained in an editor ial published in our issue of the 12th iust. Mr. Cantine's experience...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 November 1896

*7rneui dibectori. ctats officers. John H. McGraw „-: ' . ;:;U;, r Frank H. Lnce '/•* '■"" James H. Price p^r-J;. ire- w c Joneß > v ._., -.* la*-r,' \V T Forrest *,V* u-** ' * 7" \v\ H. Doolittle "V,-*i -[ S. C. Hyde ■rf"**"""* I John L Wilson ; Watson C. Squire '•^^.TJAnder. sit*** '■' ..„ O Danbar l * ..„ J P Hoyt . r •: I C P Stile* o*** ■■ '..■.'.'."Eiinon Scott , rrt OIIILBBI CWinn V? :* Fred C. Harper •"■.-«r*'••:* . '..V...-J. L. Murniy ■.^ '-*; '• .._A. H. Sliter f- '"■ '.".....C. M. Tucker „;.'' " H. L. Carter J ...J. H.Nichols r s'- -^ i William Graham ..."....W.H. Thicker . •-'" " "" Newton Jones jgii— — "'*.. _E W Harrison (pnor- " ._A. P. Vaughn Ks«r Rev. T. X Dyer J>1 * ["- <»co. S. Wright rT -:- r . CUrt H D Alliaos - - •* . — —_____^_— _. -__--—__ — fIE •_ - 3 COUNTY BANK lt]|l lHAß^ r WASHRCTOI. 1 . ,T-,-^,-.f all Kinds '■•ci-- Mieiicd .vaeerOrders onaH p«rts of th« aua. I>eposits of ri - artCM— paw! on J*2?«J LOAX OB laprored F«r«J; for !•*** . .r.•-- ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 November 1896

THANKSGIVING AT HOME. O. If" nr'y in the mornln' that a feller mart ThunWlvliV Pn.v. i«k«» Christmas time. It comes but wnnst a year. Tbe birds lire stuffed an" roastln* with an odor appetizln'. The pmnpMn pies are bakln' an" the elder flow In" freer There's piles nn" pile* o" cookies, an' there s doughnuts Hl' you're dizzy. There's mounds an' mounds of Jelly, an tin re's biscuits browned nn' light. All tfe? mornln' in the kitchen mother's been most awful busy, O. you bet I'm mighty thankful that I own an mj.j etite. Two lonely, solemn turkeys. «ol« survivors of the flock. * . " ... . Are •-wtnmJk' round the yard with a kind o' nnxli'it* air. ... . The itort o' si'dden absence of their friends 8 quite a shock, An' they've searchlii' fer their late lament ed cronies everywhere. mm* With sprenilin' tails and feathers fluffed their quest t-tey keep pnranln ; They ili.n't suspect their fate will be the, others' tr!"< niy lot. They notice liow we're fnssln an they won de- ?\iiat we're...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 3 December 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 42. [IBIS OF THE DAI epitome ot the Telegraphic jfews of the World. OSSI TICKS FROM THE WIRES lß ,ntere.ting Collection of Items Frons the Two lleinl«P»»«'« Presented In a Condeuied Form. lUI mite explosion occurred at „' bibv which several persons were k The ] itest reports from Russia are to l th , t the winter crop through puts excepting in the Can , i« in a fairly favorable oondiiton. I g ogapore dispatch to the London iyßt he Spaniard! have been de- Led by the insurgents in the Philip- JS iahndi. with the loss of 800 of In ,;r men. The strike in the gas works, in Bor deaux which necessitated the calling io of the soldiers to assist in the works tl , save the city from being left in dark ue =s has ended in a compromise. At Webster's sawmill, on Deep Creek, in Washington, Engineer B. P. Enow was caught by a shaft and in stantly killed. The body was fright fully mangled. The first serious frontier incident in long time occurred near Munster, w heu a German furest gnard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 3 December 1896

The {sLAiNDER CULVER DUOS., Publishers Entered at tlio postbflice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUIiSCKIi'TION' I'KICK, 51.50 por year Strictly In advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads*, $1.00 per inch per month. 'l> cents per inch, per week, sin • flo column measitronicnt. Ke;idin^ business locals, and notice?--, such as Wanted, For Sale, «■(<•., 10 rents per line for first insertion and 5 ■ ent- per line each wouk thereafter. Lecal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to 'I'm: Islander must bo signed with tlie name of the tVritor, not necessarily for publication, hut asa guarantee of irood faith. The Official Paper of San Jaan County. THURSDAY, DKTKMBEB Srd, 1896. THE GHKAT nU'll-lU VOTK. Major MeKinley is the first presiden tial candidate wh»> ha.s received a. ma jority of the popular vote for twenty four years, or simv the second election of General Grant 'Die plurality of about three-quarters of a million for Grant in the ele...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 3 December 1896

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICJEKS. H. McOraw .John 11. McGraw c^Sni <Voveruor Frank H. Lnce h t.v (>f S',.' l ° Ozro A. Howen tVo Tm1^" 10' :.;V W C Jones ffil Coniini sslOlier — r w JL Dooiutie goieii | S. C. Hyde fonfressu ( John L Wilson tors i 'illson C. Squire °l" .^ EMEC!?!:TJ Anders v , e f Justice •• X o i) Un bar li" J PHoyt Justices, r/;; # c p Stiles cIS I Klmon Scott /?;r YOFn~'-J^Winn «iptfi°r' l '.....Elijah H. Nash ;;>!!ity('l 0 ....Fred C. Haiper V..int rfenaf ':, ■;.■.■...... J# L# Murray Iresentative x n< SHter Editor ■■■■"■ CM. Tucker ■reasurer • c. l. Carter . _. ) '. '".'."£ 11. Nichols folQ missioiier s. ] ■•- William Graham K'ZZ W.II. Thacker attorney ■' Now ton Jones rtirirt "_'".. ..E w Harrison ine^"1 A. P. Vaughn v vVl'' ,:; ) ,;u '.'."'.....K«v. T. I-. Dyer |4P tot S' h' wlH Dr. t;eo.S. Wright ffguSigrt r ..H DAUiuos TIIE: SAM JUAN COUNTY BANK HflAf HAKIiOK° F WASnIXGTOS. . rrl Uo ney Orders on all parts of the pra VhtJ upon application. l&g...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 3 December 1896

"X" RAYS AND THE BLIND. JCdidon to Try Hii Experiment on Millionaire Koiih. New York, Nov. 25.—Charles Brad way Rouss is arranging with Mr. Edi son for treatment with Roentgen rays in the hope that his sight may be re stored. Since the eleotrician began his experiments in applying "X" rays for the restoration of sight no one has taken more interest in the subject than the millionaire merchant, who, for more than two years, has been prac tically blind. "That is a single ray upon which to base my hope," said Mr. Rouss. "I have tried every oculist and every treat ment that promised relief, and offered 11,000,000 for a cure, but it has all been of no avail. If there is power in this man called the "Wizard" to re lieve me I want to know it." John P. Martin has for some time acted as Ronss' proxy, hoping for a restoration of his own sight, and has submitted to all kinds of treatment, but without favorable results. Now he is to he a subject of the rays. Be fore Martin becomes the subject o...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 10 December 1896

vol.. vi. NO. 43. [VENTS OF THE Dil Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TE ESE TICKS FEOM THE WIfiES AB lntere.tin« Collection of Ifm.lT*« the Two Hemispheres Presented in » Condensed Form. The fitting cruiser Brooklyn, the 1 t addition to the United States ***'has been tested and accepted by "be "government. fohn Ae i ( a workman at the Nelson «'. ris dressed beet works, St. Louis, m was horribly burned while at v The flesh on the right leg was SLjlei Abel tripped on the greasy floor in the rendering-room, and fell into a vat of boiling grease. lane Shelly, the 14-year-old daugh ter of Joseph Shelly, a farmer living le miles south of Olympia, Wash., * a s reaching for some object on the mautlepiece, when her clothes caught -c from the fire in the fire-place. She ffa9 terribly burned and died after a Jew days of suffering. Delbert Crawford, a young man 19 rears old, was found twelve miles from Pendleton, dead beneath an over tnmed loaded wagon. He was hauling erain to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 10 December 1896

The Islander CL'LVER BROS., Publishers Entered at tbe postof*"e in Friday Harbor as second class ma -latter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, 1.50 per year Strictly in advancr. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, 91.00 per inch per month." '2^ cents per inch, per week, sin gle cclumn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for 6* st insertion and 5 cents per fine each we»k thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to The Islander must bo signed with the name of the Writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10th, 1896. Nothing can be gained for tbe Re publican cause by attempts to belittle the vote cast for Mr. Bryan. It is true that his defeat was overwhelming in view of the fact that Mr. McKinley secured a majority of nearly one hun dred in the electoral college and that his majority of the popular vote was by ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 10 December 1896

' OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. ...... John H. MeGraw cprfrr or 7 •■.""■■ or Frank H. Lnce Liea« uant f '<t a te . James H. Price &s*r? ° rpr Ozro A-Bowen tute ll*ar W C Jones Si Commissioner..... n DooUttle pressmen | S. C. Hyde Congress' j^ L w ft gon ttß ,wr» 1 Watson C. Squire 6rrßE MECOUK T;TjAnder9 chief Justlce fV".V.V.'.VZR O Dunbar fc "■ J P Hoyt -d-te Justices, j - C P Stiles AM ocl»w [ FAraon scott COCJfTV OFFICERS. j japerio'• JudJr« -;, Kli j ß h H. Nash foanty Clerk ••• Ff c Harper Joint Sen.a^" J. L. Murray gpresentatne A _ H slUer i a dlwr _C.M. Tucker *r«ijur<sr ;■" ....(\ L. Carter * . noro j ::::::."..j. h. Nichols Camßiissioners, . .»• • Wi , liam Graham v '.'.'!!.!'..... W. H. Thacker t »rney ■"'" Newton Jones teriff ' '. ..E W Harrison sisssor ■■" A. P. Vaughn rve vor....»-- ".....Rev. T.l'. Dyer 4pt O f School" l)r Geo>s# right C^on' r e ;;;;;; r \""sCuurt H D AlliuOß UN JUAN COUNTY BANK -PIT HARBOR?* — WASHINGTON. niDAT HARBOR, WASHINGTON. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 10 December 1896

WEEKLY MARKET LETTER. Downing, Hopkins * Co.'* Reriew of Trade. Portland, Or., Deo. 2. — Wheat prices last week reached the highest point thus far on the crop, and the close was near the top. Compared with its value at the close of the third week in November, it was at the close of the fourth week's business 4 5-8 c higher for December and 4%0 higher for the May delivery. The lower prices during the third week were not the result of any change in the indica ti< bi wbioh previously existed of pros pective scarcity in the future, but were entirely due to the necessities of certain features of the speculative trade which make the approach of an important de livery of the stocks in store on specula tive purchases a terror to impecunious buyers. No matter how unchanged may be the opinion of * buyer of wheat for December delivery in the substan tial wisdom of his purohase, if he has not the needful cash to pay for the goods when the grain is on the point uf being tendered to him he has...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 17 December 1896

NO. 44. VOL. VI. mnrsKsas c^ Important Features of \ be Chief Executives* Ad dress to Congress. Congress of the United States: - of the people in the their government, you a time when the strength H'"-1""1 , „ of our free institutions of our citizens to enjoy n again made mani st involving moment , fraught with feverish iting aggressiveness approach bitterness and n waged throughout our by the decree of free suffrage without disturb quillity or the least sign our national structure. these incidents and I it ijl obedience and which have succeeded a il opinions, we dis ■■> of a determination .utrymen to abide by . O f the popular will, and to ill times by an abiding established for the Irs of their govern s O ur people exhibit a patriotic •I entitles them to demand ke to make and exe faithful and unselfish • as can only be pro a pi rii us appreciation of the ■vhieh the acceptance ty m tes. to ..institutional require ■lit to the congress ncernlng national af ition of such legisla :,...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 17 December 1896

rJpMi£ Islander « X I m MUM . Publisher* Entered nt the postofftoe in Friday .Harbor as secoud dfM mail matter. SI BSOKIPTION PRICE, S 1:50 per year Strictly in advance. 5? .hi . ii i. . . ' -■...' AIM KKTISING KATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 i>er inch per month. *25 cents per inch, per week, sin pie <•< lumn measurement. ' Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents ~;]>er lino for 6' at insertion and 5 cents 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, hut as a sruarantee of good faith. ______ The Official Paper of San Juan County. ,ThTjKSI>AY, DECEMBER 17th, 1896. HOW TlfE WOMEN VOTED. "Will you tell me which of the states in (ha United States grants full suffrage to ■women? And how have the women stood on the 'Repudiation question? In regard to the Supremo Court at Washington; on masses'ag...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 17 December 1896

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. si VI i: OFFICERS. ... John H. M«Ksraw r T ,,rpr"'ir-;-. , v ,V rn or Frank 11. Luce ■ S[w lames H. Trice tLteWS '" >l: ul ..oro A. Bowen ' - ,;,, " W <''Jones 1 Instruction Chas. W. Bean A t l'..hli' in ;' ■ lier W T Forrest f*Ed Commissioner..... H. Doolittle ffres smen i S. C. Hyde <^?re ■ i John L Wilson gtors 1 Watson C. Squire PREHE COURT. . sl ' T J Anders ief Ju*uco '■■■" KO Bun bar 1 ■■" J P Hoyt ,-iate Justices, j "" C P stiles A' M" I " Elmon Scott rorvTY OFFICERS. --/? T J KWinn canori'"-; ",:!"' :::::.; E iy an h. Nash Anility ( ",' '; .Fred C. Harper joint <oiiat;' ;• ;;;;;. :•/* J. L. Murray Representative A H SHter Auditor .CM. Tucker Insurer ■ _ ( ,_ L. carter . inprs .'.." J.H.Nichols , fo;al nhsionci ' y- ..William Graham v ■■;; W.II. Thacker attorney Newton Jones fcheritf # X W Harrison assessor A. P. Vaughn S^^feinols ".'.'.'."..••Kev\ T. I-. Dyer Ett ptof School: ... ..Dr. Geo.S. Wright lor( ,iHi-.:-----y: S Court HI) Alliuos :^I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 17 December 1896

ITS LIIRON. From the hard times people will reap lessons of experience, learning how to act with moTe care in business and how to ap ply remedies for the stringency of such times. With more care we will have less accidents, and much less suffering if we know the true remedy. In the neld and workshop, indeed in all activities, sprains and bruises happen and bring the hard times pain and suffering. Experience teaches that it is always best to get the best remedy, which is the cheapest in the end. Experience points to St. Jacobs Oil as without question the best remedy for Fuch mishap!', being the surest and prompt est cure. Suffering brings hard times even in prosperity. The best remedy for it is the surest way out of them. Immense deposits of asbestos have been discovered in the Ferris range of mountains in Carbon county, Wyoming. FORTUNE SKfcKINO EMIGRANTS. Many a poor family that seeks the western wilds in the hope of winning a fortune, is pre served from that insidious foe of the e...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 24 December 1896

VOL. VI. NO. 45. KiTHIfS CHRIST MAS SHOPPING. 4,-r riir may have a dollar to spend V/ for Christmas presents, but 1 I p»n'l afford any more." \\:,;; mamma said that. Kathie knew D ns as much as she could expect, and (be did ii-'t try to change the decision.. "A dollar" sounds like a goodly sum to _ ; 1n rears old, who never had are. Bui when you come to roan! it up in small amounts it isn't so h:. There's 10 cents for a horn for Harry, id's bottle of cologne is 15—it's pi a beautiful blue bow on the handle! p2a cents for mamma; 'cause [canbay her a pretty handkerchief with th:it. And Il'* cents for the ribbon to Bake a bag for auntie. And 10 cents bra toy for the baby. And 2.") cents for those pretty paper knives for ptpa. And, of coarse, I must find some . iretty for uncle and some little thing for Bridget And I must get some thing [iretty for Annette Hoyt. I only we her school-times, but we have sworn to be fast friends, and perhaps she'll be me if I don't give her a Christ ■■:'. ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 24 December 1896

The Islander CULVER mtOS., Publishers Entered at the postafflce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. subscription price; per year Strictly in advance, ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing arts, fLOO per inch per month. 25 cents inch, per week, sin gle column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such M Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for i •«t insertion and a cents per line each week thereafter. Leiial notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin-: Islander must be signed, with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of irood faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24th, 1896. TOE CUBAN CONTROVERSY. The Cuban controversy has reached a very interesting stage in Congress. A deadlock between the legislative and executive branches of the government is among the possibilities. On the 18th inst. the senate committee on foreign relations adopted an emphatic resolu tion declaring that...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 24 December 1896

OFFICE DIRECTORY. «T*TE OFFICERS. Jobn 11. McGraw „v fr iH>r - t -,V.":;-V."rii«»'r Frank H. Lace SS^fSZ Kl:~3ames H. Price v !,t.iry <>< >l-U ....Ozro A. Bowen !i:;,Vrro^i"(' rv i V W C Jones SS> (1- Vr<Tn!miction'.....Chas. WJ Bean fltl'iii'1" ' , 'or W T Forrest f u!il O'l"" 11***- ■"■(■■ W. H. Doolittle 111 , sgm en .■ii'iS^cl"" C^ressm ( John L Wilson , irs 1 Watson C. Squire 1 srrKi:M couRT. TjAnderg Chief J«st;i '°" '("" R ° Dunbar fl" J P Hoyt • lte Justices, ' ' ".'.'.'.'.'."'..'.'.C P Stiles ioo>** I 7. Elmon Scott rol ., rV OFFICKHS. juwinn SsP erir"- ' n']? c" Elijah H. Nash Sty ClerK ....Fred C. Harper ffi nnl,ivo "•'•'■ J- L- Murray Sesentativo A H sliter * >;wr '." C. M. Tucker Trfa*ure r ; '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'...<"'. L. Carter 1 rQ I .".....I. H. Nichols rarnffli • lu;U 'i "" .William Graham L v ;.;....W.H. Thacker l.r'y '"' Newton Jones uerifl ..E W Harrison lessor A. P.Vaughn tjrvey"r-- n '.'.....Rev. T. L. Dyer •Jptof lu)Ols I)r . Geo....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 24 December 1896

SAY MACEO IS ALIVE Sensational Rumors Current in Havana. THECASKSHROUDED IN MYSTERY Ke«tivii:.- in the Capital City to Celebrntr His I>eath Have All Been Stopped. Key West. Fla., Deo. 18—Passen gers arriving here tonight from Ha eaua report that Antonio Maceo i§ ilive and well, and is in the province if Matanzas. The passengers say that all of the festivities that were going on in Ha vana to celebrate his death have been ardered stopped, since it has become known that he is alive. Advices from Havana tonight by the steamer Olivette state that the alleged death of Maceo is still shrouded in mys tery, and a majority of the Cubans re fuse to believe that the great chief it dead. The body has not been discovered and contradictory statements made by Spaniards lead the Cubans to believe Maceo is still alive Even the people who live at Punta Brava, where Maceo is said to have been killed, do not credit the story. Dr. Zertucha continues to make conflicting statements. He says vow that th...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 31 December 1896

NO. 46. VOL. VI. EVENTS OF THE DAI }nie o\ the Telegraphic NeWS of the World. [< kS FROM THE WIRES •• Collection of Items Frona „ iff iniapherei Presented ln B i/ouclensed Form. iam, Am., special says ... colored, was lynched He attempted to as >Diith, aged 17, while she ... iy to school. baa been issued granting i Armenian prisoners, ex """,',.'".. . n need to death for mur isoi the amnesty include Armenians under sentence death for other offenses than murder. advices from Spain, it tamed that the Spaniards osly defeated by Phil :. t - iii the combined naval - . ■ v Noveleta from No- The Spaniards lost from Paris says it is sug ar Britain, France and wen most interested, offer ii the Cuban question in exit a conflict between Tinted States, and ter • i It lr E. i irbes, representing a Lon ived on the last steamer rient in San Francisco, with 1 instruments valued He claims they are works aid be admitted free of cuitv. The customs authorities are withholding the instruments, how...

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