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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 August 1900

LIKE MARY-OTHERS■■ '* ,- ■ ■ : ." Clara Kopp \Vr«»te for Mr*. I'lnkhatn'a Ad- Tic* ami Tt-1 i» what It did for lln. ' "Dear Mrs. I'inkiiam :— 1 have seen bo many letter* from ladies who were cured by Ljdiu E. l*inktmmV> remedies that I thought I would ask your advice in regard to my condition. «I have .been doctoring for four years and have taken different pat • ent •medicines, but I received wry j little I benefit. .'• I- am I troubled with back f ache,' in fact ray I whole body aches, t stomach feels wire, by spells get short of breath and am -cry nervous. Men trnation is Tery ir egular . with severe »earing down pains, ir-nriM. :«ml Im.'k ,«,.._ —* - s ache. I hope to hear from you at. once."— ■ .aba Koj-p, ' Rock port, lnd., Sept. 27, 1898. "I think it is my duty to write a letter to you in rt»jard to what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did for nw 1. 1 wrote you some time ago, describing my symptoms and asking your advice, which you very kindly gave. lum now healthy an...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 August 1900

VOL. X. NO. 27. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of thf; World. . n:1;S i; TICKS PBOji .'HE WIRES j nll . r ,.iiiiß Collection of Items From 'hr Two llfini«l>l««Ti'i» PresMtt i '.. hi :i CoE'lenaed i'ivm. ■•'• - John Clark Ridpath; the historian, is dead lit New York. I Ifbtßiog killed stock and did other iHMge near Centialia, Wash. \ leak in drydock No. 2, Brooklyn navy-yar.l, has caused a great amount of .huiiage. The Tsung li Yamun refuses to de liver messages In cipher to the minis ters at lVkin. Italian troops took the oath of alleg iance to their uew king at Home among much enthusiasm. ' A dispatch received at Rome says the Chinese government is holding 600 Europeans as hostages. It is officially announced that no citizen loses rights through the recent marking of the temporary Alaska bound ary line. Chinese troops bombarded Blagve itchensk, the capital of Amur, July 26 and 28. The Russians have burned Uteri villages. The Anti-Imperialistic League has writt...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 August 1900

San Islander C|T|,VKK UKOB., I'ubllnlier*. O. II CIM.VKR, Ivdilor ... "? c/ le Harbor V. N. CUI.VKR. Business M*r., Friday Harbor Entered at the postollice in Friday II Arbor as second clan* mail matter. sunscniFTioN pkice, ,;•; 31.50 poryoar Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATKH: Display Htanding ads, #1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin gle column measurement. ll.M.lmi; baallMM locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents j>.t lino for it -.-» t insertion and 5 cents per lino each wo«k thereafter. liOpil notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must be tiipned with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper ol San Jnan County. TUinisnAY, AUGUST 9, 1901. TUE IIOOY OK EXPANBION. .-In Reid's "Problems of Expansion" is thin forcible passage: "In the light of such expositions of our constitutional power and our uni form national practice it is difficu...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 August 1900

jjM ALAND PERSONAL. N ,.w line of Hat and Caps at Martin I Jensen's. „,.,. ft look at our line of Shirt w.it- Marti? & Jensen. Lifted Douglas returned Monday n, a short business trip to Lopez. ;,, lan d give us your order for a siiil.-Martiu & Jensen. jamea Tullock, of East Sound, was ■„ to'vn on business during the week. The latest monthly and weekly mag- JJJ received at this office almost daily- M \V Heeiien, ofOlga, was a busl «B #vUtor in the Harbor the first of tilt' ««'fk. iir ii<l III* Kthan Allen, of Wal- Harbor the first of „, cnun. by the dish, quart, gallon Imrrel. Leave your orders at Fowl's goda l'"ii'>tJiin. Collie *••'•'• Ihinga left in dry goods, "chance to save money. San Juan fmding Company. Mr uid Mrs. l«tac Sandwith and Mr S;l ii,|wiili's:sister and niece went to Victoria Tuesday. Rd floagi of Tacoma, has been here fnr a few day* past visiting his cousin, Mrs. Frank" Wilson. M rs p \V. Hurlbut and son and Juffhter,°f Seattle, are visiting friends ! ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 August 1900

Working- Women [ ■ ■ are Invited to write to Mrs. Plnkhmm for from, advloe about their health.] Mrs. Ptnkham is a wo man. '■ If you have painful norlodm, bmokmohea or any of tho mono swlowm file of woman, wHta to Mrs. Phtkham; sho ham helped multitudes. Your letter will ho amoromJy oonfMentlal. Lydla E. Plmkham's Vegetable OiMnamund to. known whorovmr tho Eng lish language Is spoken* " Nothing 0100 canpomsl foly bo so sure to help suf fering women. Mo other medlolne has helped so many. Remember this when something else Is sug gested. Mrs. Plnkham's ad dross Is Lynn, Mass. Her helping hand Is always outstretohod to suffering women. \ Ham Salad.—Chop fine one cup oi ham; soak one cup of bread crumbs in one-half cup of sweet milk; add one teaspoonful each of dry custard and cel ery seed and a little popper. Turn all into a sauce pan and heat thoroughly. (Serve hot on a small platter, garnished with slices of hard-boiled eggs. Try Allen'* Foot Kate, A powder to be shaken into the shoes....

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 August 1900

VOL. X. NO. 28. EVENTS OF HIE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TF.i;s;; Tina no* ?n wires ' . |l(( . r ,.ntinc Collection of Items From • 1,,. Two lleini»phere« l'res I it» i in a <'<•'■■!«••'«•*«' JAbbsb> M . Louis strikers blow op a car with dynamite. IJarrismith surrendered to the Brit ish August 4. Russian troops looted, tortured and onrdered at Tien Tain. [„„,„. declines the Populist nomina tion for vice-president. Li Kong Chang says the Chinese must Sgbt if the allies advance. liaerieam want General Mac Arthur to lead tlu! international forces. Chinese reported to have 170,000 troops between Tien Tsin and Pekin. Insurgents are troublesome in the vicinity of Cugnyau, Island of Min danao. Governor Geer says he will offei Oregon troops if war shall be declared against China. lire in the heart of the city of Blue fields, Nicaragua, did damage to thfe H uut 0f5175,000. Three people were killed and 11 in jnrtil in a collision on the Monon runte, near Lafaye...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 August 1900

San jfuan Islander rt'I.VKK IIKOS., I'ubllHlifr«. O II COLVRR, Jvlitor Roc'ie Harbor K. N. CUI.VIIR, Hustings Mgr., Friday Harbor (Cntered at tim postbfflca in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. ~ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, |1.50 per fear Strictly in mlvanco. AI»Vi:itTISIN<i ItATICS: Display Rtandlnß ada, £1.00 per inch per month, '-"> cents per lneh« per .week, sin i' 1" TOlumn ineasnromont. Iteatliaff business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, F->r Bale, etc., 10 rents per lino for »i-Ht insertion and 5 cents per ■ftneeaeh week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary lopal rates. All communications to Tin: Isi^andkr must be siiirncil with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but nan cuarantooof ir«>od faith. The Official Paper ol San Joan County. TfKJIISDAY, A.UUUBT I<s, 100). nuNCirut in rounci. It is not a matter of uncommon re mark that there Is 11 wide difference between Home men's professions of moral principles nnd their perform ance* i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 August 1900

inP ir,ASD PERSONAL; „„. Hoc of Hats and Caps at Martin ijcii*'"*"' i »ok at our lino of Shirt >[[]'' 'Martin* Jensen; ' „ L . n ,U of toilet articles for sale by ii ;i 1-, 1;, 1;:;! Harbor DrogOo. .... IV \n'ir<'W, of Lopez was In . M,i.iV" il.,h*ioftliewcek. , t Walker has been quite Jjyill M- several days past. , mix John W. Firth went to M!,|.i'i.'■!:<>•, l-.r a week's visit. ,i m.l , ljvi . lls your order for a J l ',»ade H.lit. Marti.. & Jensen. i , , i i, intilar paper-bound books ;;."„!, |."h.lay Harbor Druac Co. , •, mitt the Recital and .Social ,;;;',,,« I evening at J.0.0.F. |5' „,,,„! Mrs.J.S.Groll, of Lopez • /'^...iil,' l:tst Saturday for ashoit n .. vi-it -, I „._. monthly and weekly mag ,!., .',,, |V ed at this office almost d»iiy ., n ||„,i..-.m, of Seattle, is visiting tj brother, N. I'm al Richardson, this .... „ c dKiknml Mm. T. T. Pax l!", |lt „," Deer Harbor yesterday for idiort visit. .< „ ,m iV the dish, quart, gallon I ml ' cave your order...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 August 1900

CVARIAI! TROUBLES. Lfdla E. Plnknam'* Vegetable Compound Care* 1 linn -Two letters from Women. "Dkam Mm, Pimcham:—l write to tell yon of Urn good Lydia K. Pink ham's VegCtftbli Compound has dona me. Iw u> fii<"k in bed about five weeks. The right side of my abdomen pained me and "as so swollen and sore that I could not w;i!k. The doctor told my hu» band I would have to undergo an operation. This I refused to do 4 until I had given your a medicine a trial. He fore I had taken uuc urn hi; me ■we 11 i» g be pan to disap pear. I con tinued to use vnnr meiHiMne until the swcllinj was entirely gone When the doctoi came he was very in in-h surprised to «>ce mi 1 so much better.'—Mrs. Maky Smith, Arlington lowa. " Df.ah Km. Pink ham:— I was sick for two years with falling of the womb, and inflammation of the ovaries and bladder. I was bloated very badly. My left limb would swell so I could not step on my foot. I had Men bearing down pains I cou .d not straighten up or walk across t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 August 1900

VOL. X. NO. 29. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of thf; World. TKKSi: TICKS PRO* VriE WIRES » u "*l n tprmtlnc «i>ll«'«-Mon of Items From • lit- Tun ll«'iiilh|)lht^m Ire* ■ il« i in ii CoP'Jensed I'tvin- Theodore Koosevelt will not visit the JVitiv." coact. licixriil Methuen is in touch with Shanghai has word that the Pekin le - B|;tious weru desperately attacked Aug ust 8. lv ■ collision near Colorado Springs, Colo.. t«0 passengers were killed and jive injured. President kruger has applied for a tttipotsry anvliim in the American consulate at Loureuco Marques. (j, I*. lluutingtou, president of the Southern I'acific railroad, died in the Adiroudu.kH, N. V., of heart disease. The army of the Philippines elected Geueral F. V. Greene president, Gen eral 0. Summers as second vice president. The clothing factory of K. B. Olson & Co., of Chicago, was destroyed by lire, with a loss ou buildings and goods of $95,000. Oootraetotl are making close exam ination of tbi ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 August 1900

San Islander CUI.VKK BKOS., ruhllnlum. O. H. CULVKR. Kditor, Roc'.ie Harbor. F. N. CUL.VHR, Bu»incM Mjfr., Friday Harbor. Kntored ut Mm postolltce in Friday 11 ardor as NOMMI class mail matter. SUHHCKirTION THICK, ft. 50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVKKTININU KATK.S: Display standing ads, 1.00 per inch per month. 26oonts per inch, per wook,»in jrl<i ooltimri measurement. Itoading business locals, and notices, such an Wantod, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for lint insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. hosral notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk [blander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but lisa guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper ol San Joan County. THURSDAY. AUGUST '13, 1W». LOOKING INTO THK FUTURE Mr. Edward Atkinson haH prepared a. curious and interesting paper for the Manufacturers' Uecord, forecasting the development of the Iron industry ten yearn hence. Mucli weight will be give...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 August 1900

AMERICAN OCCUPATION OF THE PHILIPPINES. Historical Record from the Time of the Ca pitulation of Manila to Admiral Dewey and the United States Navy. War with Ihe Filipinos Has Been Fostered by the Democratic Allies of Aguinaldo—How the Enemies of Our Country Have Toasted William Jennings Bryan. Tbe "Fire in the Rear" Prevents a Peaceful Administration of the Affairs of the Islands—Law ton's Letter and Dewey's Denial. «TVrr? AN ILA capitulated to- the Jvwfll United States forces,* command?' ed by Admiral Dewey, ou May 3. 1898. ..* ■ ; '■■■■.-; : .-■ „■•;;;. In order to become Informed; upon the condition of affairs in the Philip pines, President McKlnley, on Jan. 20, 1899, appointed a' commissionr'com posed of President J.G. Schurinan, of Cornell University; Professor Dean, Worcester; Charles Denby, late Min ister to China; Admiral Dewey and General Otis. The commission nahded Us report to President McKlnley Nov. 2, 1899, and the same was transmuted to Congress by the President, Feb. ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 August 1900

Supplement — TO 1 i — Till: IS LAN DEI?. IHI HSIM\ '...M<asr wi. i«« • before been published, was received from Captain .1. .T. win. assistant surgeon . Thirtieth infantry, stationed at Ltieban, In the Ihland of Luzon. Captain Xi win Kays the document was found in the church at Lneb.in when that place. *'« garrisoned by the Second battalion. Thir- . tieth infantry, with enlistment rolls with names of officers and men enrolled in conformity to the order. The original is in Spanish and the truncation is as follows: Proof Against Acuinaldo. Gentlemen: No-1253. The Local Chiefs of the Coast. From Lueban to Guinayangan. The Office of the Secretary of the In terior has seen lit to order the following: The Secretary of the Interior of the '; R. of the Filipinos in a telegraphic circular of yesterday says to me the fol lowing: From the Secretary of the Interior to provincial presidents, to be circulated j among the local chiefs at every town, - Manila. Tush the preparations of all the to...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 August 1900

L OCAL AM) PERSONAL. N ,. w line of H»ts und Caps at Martin . i) Martin was in Seattle the flnt / {li , reek un ■«!«■ ,i,»,. a look Ht our line of Shirt u'li'l- Martin *. Jensen. ill kind- of toilet articles for sale by (li ;!Kria:'yllarl)orDr U gCo. , frj \li.t h. Summers and two .llil.lren *l*»t Sunday in Seattle. , 1 1 and Kric Wright spent Sunday ,„ \Vliatco«>, taking in the sights. 1|;lll( , give us our order for a ( i ;!;';;i,iesuit.-Martin& Jensen. -„„latest popular paper-bound books Jilli by the Friday harbor Drue: Co. The latest monthly and weekly mag- JJJJ received at this office almost daily- Mmk Schmldll is making a long v |»it with his mother and sisters, near I**- nay. Mr nil Mw-John W. Firth returned Uoiid«v after a few days' visit in the <jiiiTii city« rpe Cream by the dish, quart, callou or barrel. U'ave your orders at Fowl's Soda Fountain. Some Mod fhini:* left in dry goods. Reliance to save money. San Juan Trading Company. William and Robert Viereck are ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 August 1900

Mrs. Plnkham The onm thing that quall ties a person to give ad~ vloer on any subject Is experience — experience oreates knowledge. 1 #» other person has so wide an experience with fsmelo Ills nor suoh a record of suooess as Mrs. Plnkham has had. I Over a hundred thou sand oases come before her each year. Some per sonaUy. others by mall. And this has been going on for 20 years, day after day and day after day. i Twenty years of oon stant suooess — think of the knowledge thus gained! Surely women are wise In seeking ad" vice from a woman with suoh an experience, es pmolally when It Is free. If you are 111 get a bottle of Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound at once—then write Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, Mass. According to a return of the imper ial customs authorities the total num ber of foreigners resident in the open porti of China, was 13,421 at the end of the year 1898. Do Your Fret Ache anil Kuril? Shake into your shoes Allen'* Foot Ease, a powder for the feet. It makes tight or new »ho...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 August 1900

VOL. X. NO. 30. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. CRUSH TICKS FKOjh FHI WIRES A liil<t<mlii>K Collection of Items From •|ii> Two ll<-iiiln]>li«'|-«'H I'i-cn > it* I 111 i Cdl-'lt'llKW 1 i'V.lll- The Foreiga wvogn aro on their way lo mil Mn. Ilic flags ol the allies float from the I'ekiu Imperial palace. Iv.o iiku wellt insaue in Dcs Moinee, | H ., nil ftCOOOBt of heat. five me" were ?mothered in a coal mine at Issaquah, Wash. Fitzinimons refused to take $100,000 to lose Ml light to Sharkey. 1 -up-st lin-s cause.) $10,000,000 dam !gg m Colorado and Wyoming. --, v ii pertOßl were killed inn freight train COIIWoB at Kenseio, N. Y. The new treaty with Spain has been K j.ned by Miuister titorer at Madrid. The l'nite<l States government has rejected Li lluug Chang's pence terms. Democratic papers demand the with drawn! of American troops from China. Six iiieu lost their lives by the cav iuK in of ■ well at Guthrie, Oklahoma. Chinese vi...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 August 1900

San jfuan Islander CUL.VICU llllOS., I'ubllHiicrs. O. II CITI.VKR. lulitof, Roclie Harbor. I. N. CUI.VKK, Hiisiiics"* Mgr., Friday Harbor. Entered at the postofllce in Friday Harbor M seoondclaM mail matter. ■UIWIIBII TIOW IMCICK, $l.'>o per yoir .Stri.tly in :idvanco. AI>VKKTI»»IN<; KATKS: Display RtaridlriS *&*, *'-(N) l>or inch per month. ii»<ronts per inch, per week, sin tri.> ■•« iiimn me—nr it. Rfladitur business local*, anil notices, ■aehas Wsuitol, For Hale, etc, 10 cents per lino for I'ihi Insertion and 5 cents pur linooiwli \v«n»<c thormfter. Lag*! notircM. at customary loipil rates. AllcominnntaAtUmsto Tiik Isi.andkr must 110 Binned "iili tho iiiinio <>t the writer, not necessarily for publication, but lisa guarantee of eood faith. The Official Paper ol San Joan County. TillTitsii.vV. AK<:rsT M, v.m. UPfJIUCIR NATIONAL TICKET. For President, WILLIAM M'KINLEY For Vice-President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT REPI:BLICA> STATE TICKET. For Ciovernor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 August 1900

l0(A!i AXI) PERSONAL. Vl .|,i, 11...1u'-1»» l^cital, August 31. VcW line of llataand Caps at Martin ft Jensen's. flie pnvrnim Friday evening will be , llt i.vlv »^v , |„,,u at our line of Shirt VVaiS* 'Mil rim* onsen. oil mm I--•! t-.i1.-t articles for sale by j^JviE UaruorDmgO* „• r Sutherland returned Tuesday J M usllu' s3lrlptoSei , !r . Willis, of Olga, was visiting W SS here tile first of the week, fn. •th i - » -r. .<ki"it county fair will be held 3ft. Venioii October^*MNl /..nui.l Rive us your order for a m I( |,. s iiit.— Martin & Jensen.; .... i»i«j| iKinular paper-bound books flir S' l-y the Friday Harbor Drue: Co. .... |,|,-i monthly and weekly mag • ', ..,.,1 at tlitH oflice almost dally- mi plow Sutherland returned to Mttte Tuesday from a visit at East gound. Ti. Recital Friday evening, August »! will be their l«al appearance on the bland- Mr , Danahy, of Seattle, is in the city visiting her .sister, Mrs. James Hurley Fisher, of Seattle, lias been Jre«everal days...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 August 1900

A Million wwontcn have boon rellovod of female troubles by Mrs. Plnkham's advloe and medicine. The letters of a fsw are printed regularly In this paper. If any one doubts the efficiency and eaoredly confidential oharaoter of Mrs. Plnkham's methods, write for a book she has reoently published which oontains letters from the mayor of Lynn, the post' master i and others of her city who have made oare» fuf Investigation, and who verify all of Mrs. Pink' ham's statements and claims. The Plnkham claims are sweeping. Investigate them. THIRTY YEARS JF CURES An to Divorce. "Mamma," said little Ethel, "Mrs. Gay ley's husband isn't dead, is he?" "No, dear." "Then what's she going to be mar ried lor?" "Never mind, dear. You can't un derstand such things.'' -•„, "Oh, 1 know," exclaimed the little girl, "it'B just like getting vaccinated. It didn't take the fiist time, did it?" l»o Your Feet A«SM and Burn? Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot Ease, a powder for the feet. ' It makes tight oi new sho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 September 1900

VOL. X. NO. 31. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of ths World. TKRSK TICKS KUOa /UK WIRES |nt<T<»Hi>C Collection of Items From • li« Two ll«uilNphere» PresMt* t hi ii Cf>r'l«iiM<*d v'«vin- Boxers attempted to mine the Ameri can legation. ,\ strike of 140,000 anthracite coal mint'" [a threatened. General I'haffce is preparing to win ter 15,000 men i" Pekin. The battle-ship Alabama averaged 17 knots oil her otlioial trial. The Nehalem and Tillamook fisher- strike is at an end. Several of Minister Conger's guests have arrived at Tien Tsin. \ Movement to clear the country couth of Peklll is iv progress. Official American dispatches are be in,., tampered with in China. From St. Petersburg it is reported that peace negotiations have begun. Primary returns indicate that Croker will control the New York Democratic convention. Senator Scott, of West Virginia, says the Republicans will lose 100,000 votes iv New York. Heavy fighting is leported to have occurred ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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