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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 May 1897

VOL. VII. NO. 12. if S OF THE WEEK From all Parts of the New and Old World. BRIEF AND INTERESTING ITEMS - ;'-,*. ■ Coiniii'l'«' n»iT« Review of the Import ant Happenings of the Cur rent Week- ■• »'.V-; -'~ Four lives were lost in a tenement })oue fire in Brooklyn, N. Y. The banking firm of Sehar, Koch A Co. fail for $65,000 in Chicago. Fire consumed the elevator and other property of the lowa Elevator Company atPeoria, 111.; loss, $200,000. Lieutenant Etoff, grandson of Presi dent Kruger, has been acquitted of the charge of slander against Queen Vic toria. Trainwreckers threw a switch and wrecked a train on the Houston & Tex- as Central and killed one man and in jured several. The schooner Annie was crushed in an ice floe off St. Johns, N. B. The crew of twenty-five men barely escaped with their lives. N. Burris, Son & Co., of Norfolk, Va., one of the most prominent and widely known banking firms in the South, baa failed. The insurgents against Spanish rule in the Philippine...

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 May 1897

'TPhe Islandp:r CULVEK HKOS., TuMlsliers Entered at the posWßes in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUHSCKIPTION I'KICE, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATKS: Display standing ads, £1.00 per inch per month. '2-"> cents per inch, j-c-r week, sin gle ccluinn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, Bueh as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for B*«t insertion and "< cents per fine each week thereafter. Leffal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik Islanpeu must be signed with the, name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but asa guarantee of good (ana. The Official Paper of San Juan Connty. THURSDAY, MAY Oth, IS«7. ME JTIDE LAAD MATTER AGAIN. When Tiif. Islaxdkr took the liber ty to suggest that au effort should be made by the commissioners of the county to effect a settlement of the tide land complication without having recourse to the courts, and later ex pressed the opinion that the commis sioners ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 May 1897

" (UTI (IAL DIRECTORY. gTATK OKFICKUS. • John R. Rogers . ■■ °r ; '\ v.\'vVrii"or ...Thurston Daniels Estate Will D. Jenkins iry"fni '.'.' C. W. Young .V/ri"^'1" "■' ..Neal Chatham tii'^r-V.Vi.rd'.'.V.V... I. H. Winston •>r;«' IV. '■,',,':.-;,,ti,.n H. J. Browne i: I'l' 11:',, dinner Robert Bridges tsvluin J- W. Waughus s- !1V" • Jjnnor ..James Crawford fcoinmif iouc J. C. Drake vM ir-.'' " v .■;:;.,■;;.>" W- H. Blinker :pi«trici • I janies Hamilton Lewis „,iuu'»- 1 \V. < '• Jon cm 3'"' j John L Wilson , .. { Watson C. Squire SUPREME COURT. ..James B. Reavis it >f Justice "<■" K<> Donbar '"'. T. J. Anders ;.teJustices, \ " M. J.Gordon •** I Elmon Scott COfSTY OFFICERS. '. ; J. P. Houser irlorJUiigt .'...Elijah H. Nash kty(1("' X ....Fred €. Harper gt s<?» ;lt'.";; ..\Y. 11. Thacker £rtsentativ< ■" A. 11. Sliter ,;ii:or """ Aug. Weld .»vire> ; John Buckley . pa ] .J. 11. Nichols goisiionersi \ " William Graham "".'." 11. S.King jorney ...Newton Jones 0 —...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 May 1897

' ♦><U»l> LOOKS, There are more wrinkles in the face of a ■baby monkey than there are in that of an old baboon. And speaking of wrinkle?, more of them can be wrought out in a fair j young face by neuralgia than in that of an aged person. Constant pain will shrivel, and neuralgia neglected will plow its far rows deep. It not only wrinkles, but takes the bloom away and gives the skin a dull and yellow look. St. Jacobs Oil is a promnt and sure cure for neuralgia, and it should be used, as while it soothes and cures, it smooths out the tracks of pain and leaves the skin healthy and fair again; besides it rids the sufferer of much torment and re stores a happier disposition, Gook looks come only with good health, and health is . found in the absence of pain. The chaplains of the Oklahoma legis lature receive $1.50 per day, or just half the sum set apart for the men who clean the spittoons. HORRID TORTURE. This is often felt in every joint and muscle of the body by turns, by peop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 May 1897

V()I . VII. NO. '13. 0 OF THE WEEK c ro m all Parts of the New and Old World. RIEF AM' INTERESTING ITEMS , hen «lre Review of the Import <•":::„« n- of the Cur rent Week. a collision occurred at the Girdleness RMbouse, near Aberdeen; Scotland, JJL-n the British steamer Coldyne m u he Grangoe. The Coldyne sank Seleven of her crew were drowned. 1 The five anarchists convicted of par- Icirition in the bomb outrage, June 7 i-t at the feast of Corpus Christ!, were tot in Barcelona. They shouted ?Mg live anarchy," just before the 3riier t0 fire was given. 4 ponderous rock, weigh in? ten tons, Lie' being swung from a flat car, , r^l,,Ml through the side 3of two cars , the westbound Chicago & Alton —a^ertrain near Chicago, wrecking |j ie cars and injuring a number of peo ple. _ *.- . \nothor citizenship question has irisen between this government; and Germany. An American citizen named Haver has been impressed into military iervice by the German government, {be state department has r...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 May 1897

The Islander CULVER BROS., Publishers Entered at the postoffice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, f 1.56 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, £1.00 per inch per month. 26 cents per inch, per week, sin gle column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, et<\, 10 cents per lino for n' Knt insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to The Islander must be signed with tho name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a euarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. MAY 13th, 1897. FRUIT PRODUCTION. The prospects of a large fruit crop in Han Juan county have not been better for a number of years than they are now, wherever intelligence, good care and good judgment are brought into req uisition in carrayiugon this important branch of the great business of agricul ture. But far...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 May 1897

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATK OFFICERS. John R. Ropers afftft 0 ;;7;<>vernor ...Thurston Daniels M»°*?irstate Will D. Jenkins >•"■>" "' irr " C. W. Young £ i(irr ,as.mi, Ne&l Cheethai * u<Jiwr-7Cneral.. p- H- Winston »U' irllt'-TiV, instruction K. J. Browne I?-1 ;'1, mssioner Robert Bridges S&J!'S Vsvlum J. W. Waughus «*• In* .uwioiier James Crawford Sb <■"""! ir ioner J. C.Drake >*."!?.? Attorney W. H. Brinker £ District • James Hamilton Lewis _ -ressmcn- j \v. C. Jones (Vn»re 1 ] John L Wilson , ptlt or« I Watson C. Squire t?' surJWJMK court. „ „ James B. Reavis rtlcf Jultl ° •;■" r o Dunbar T. J. Anders .:,tp Justices, j "' J.Gordon A**1 ( ". El mon Scott rnIINTV OFFICERS. T c? l,'? J. P. Houser „.,ri"r' "a- • ■•" Elijah H. Nash ,•>>■',, Fred O. Harper Lit solia'' .;;■ " W. H. Thacker Lesentative • A H sliter Uiitor •' Aug. Wold &#& T '< John Buckley 1 . ■ __ ) J. H. Nichols Mmi ssjonc ' )"' ...William Graham x "[["'. H.S.King .•.iiriipy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 May 1897

CAUGHT IN A FIRE TRAP A Frightful Holocaust Oc- curred in Paris. OVER ONE HUNDRED PERISHED Many of Them Were of the Aristoc- racy—Terrible Scenes In and About the Building. Paris, May 6.—Fire broke out at 4 P. M. in a crowded charitable bazaar in the Rue Jean Goujon, at which the Duchess d'Uzes and several well-known patronesses were present. The building in which the fire broke out was a temporary structure of wood. The flames were first discovered above a stall occupied by the Duchess d'Uzes, while the place was densely crowded. The bazaar is an annual function pre sided over by the leaders of Parisian society. There was a wild rush for the exits, and older persons were borne down and trampled upon. The inflam mable nature of the building and its contents caused the flames to spread with great rapidity, and in a short time thre bazaar was a mass of flames. The bodies of thirty victims of the confla gration, mostly women, were recov ered and laid out on the sidewalk, where the corp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 May 1897

vol. VII. NO. 14. j[fS OF THE WEEK r r om all Parts of the New and Old World. BEIIF AND INTERESTING ITEMS rr , lfn «fr»- Review of th« Import rent Week- r l( w men were drowned at the Cliff house in San Francisco. - i dispatch from Honduras says the .volution there has ended and th« country is peaceful. .. " Two blacksmiths of Brownsville, Or., h!lT e invented a new machine for pul verizing clods. It has been tried, and it Is said, works to perfection. They have applied for a patent. llIt ;, 114 Chinese who came on the steamer Victoria to Tacoma, only fifty I,]! be admitted. The other sixty-four •11 be returned, orders from the secre tar y of the treasury to that effect hav ing been received. Judge Day, of Ohio, qualified as as extant secretary of state. Rockhill, ffhoni he succeeded, will remain until laietant Secretary Day becomes en tirely familiar with pending negotia tion?, when it is expected he will be appointed to some foreign mission. Harry Flynn was drowned in Lake Michiga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 May 1897

TPhe Islander CI'LVICU BKOS., rublislurs Entered at the postoiiice in Friday HarlKtr as second class mail matter. ttnaacßirnon pkice, f 1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display ntwfl"g ada, BLM per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin gle I'liuiiin measurement. ftnadtnr business locals, and notices, Bach as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line far list insertion and ."> cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, :«t customary legal rates. All communications to The Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but guarantee of good faith. __ The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. MAY 20th, 1897. TIDE LANO HATEBB SETTLEO. The Islander takes genuine pleas ure in announcing that the vexatious tide land complication has been ami cably and sat:sfactorily settled, In a manner creditable alike to all parties concerned. Air. J. A. Gould, repre senting the Island Tacking Co., is en titled to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 May 1897

KjDINGLEY BILL r AND THE FARMER. | oC the New Tariff Measure Will I Affect Agriculture. I; V OF THE MEN WHO FRAMED IT. I Jtatisticiana and Agricultural Experts I Also Commend It. I i Favorable Measure to Agriculture Ever Presented I to Congress. r ilowin" expressions from leading statisticians and statesmen '!'•,, tb*> Dirigley bill and its rela '''',''.'>',.' :r--:-i«-»ltisral element of the "/.-'.-;v mii Ito agriculture itself, will *r >"rt''st to ,v, r-v reader, whatever ■' ''['„ ','•;.,.>. The class of men relect ' vr;'" expression of views includes '"'•,"<!. training as students of agri .?,".' fr,',m'a' 'practical and statistical ,hvi! of actual practice in prepar *s.';'*'w'n itself, renders their consensus ■%iii upon this measure extremely ]■„,,. Nelson rinr'PT. -There can be no doubt of the marked ", ( ,f :hf protective sentiment in the •<;,;,! Chairman Dingley of 'he 'sanil M«ii> Committee", in comment *" 'the !'■•'■ • .-,, far as I now recall, f« the fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 May 1897

supplement TIIE ISLANDER. CAPITAL CITY CHAT. LETTER FROM OUR WASHING- TON CORRESPONDENT. A Whole Cargo of Good Things, Every Cue of Which Is Worth Reading and Bemeinberins-Republican* Always Gain When National Question* Arise Melville's Manifest. Special WHshlogton correspondence: NE of the highest recommendations that the Dingley bill has had thus far— and it has been high ly commended from various sections —is the fact that repre sentatives of various foreign governments are entering protests against it. The ob ject of a protective tariff is to take care of American citizens, and when represent atives of other parts of the world begin to complain about it it is safe to assume that the purpose of th» bill is being accomplished. Twenty per cein of gain in twenty weeks is a pretty good record for any po litical pnrty to make in work. This is the gain which the Rhode Island Repub licans made in the recent State election over the vote for McKinley in 189 G. This is the only spring elec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 May 1897

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. nor John It. Ropers "* I,n >nt (j()vornor...Tharston Daniels t»e, U!Srrof State Will D. Jenkins Sl^ r! Treasurer C. W. Young ftMc ' Neal cheotham ■ vu ' n ',. v r>nonVl P. H. Winston * ♦ I'jibHc instruction It. J. Browne P:l?'i Voinmissioner Robert Bridges I-' 11, '„.. ne Asylum J. W. Waughus '„,',.ni^sioiicr James Crawford V; ' Marshal J. C.Drake V-; histrict Attorney W. H. Blinker I-5' f James Hamilton Lewis ssuion-. | w< c. Jones 11 ' j John li Wilson c,n!iat'> 1 Watson C. Squire SUPREME COURT. , r.-atico James B. Reavis Chief J»stltC f X O Dunbar ] T. J. Anders K ,ialc Justices, j M Gordon A | Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. ■„ . Tiidco J. P. Tlouser Steffi.- Elijah H. Nash Co«»ty ,"',,. Fred C. Harper Join* v,.'::: W. H. Thacker li'l'1.' 1"1' ' A.IT. Sliter AU(llt°!;V Aug. Wold Trcasurei ■■(" John Buckley • „,,r s } J.H.Nichols f"' 1!;lls>" ' 1 ' William Graham . „ U.S. King A«or" c- ' Newton Jones Pben" O. T. Loos a^(»:'': ::;" A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 May 1897

BUSINESS INCREASE tooth Democrat* and Republican* Wel- rume Its Evidence. From all points of the compass it tomes, to cheer those who have been depressed and to encourage those who have always had faith that the turn in the long lane of depression would soon be reached. We mean the substantial evidence that an era of better times is at hand. The far East has spoken on this subject many times of late, by the renewed energies in its factories. Ohio and Illinois have given satisfactory evi dence that times are improving. The far West has not been enti-ely quiet ■bout the matter. Now comes word from south of the Ohio river. The Louisville Courier-Journal, speaking of the business outlook, says: "Business is better —there is no doubt of it. Increased activity is noted in many lines outside of the rtock markets, which, after a long peri od of inaction, seem near the develop ment of a 'boom.' "There is nothing feverish, uncer tain or speculative about this revival. The best thing of all is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 May 1897

YOI. VII. ISO. 15. 0S OF THE WEEK from all Parts of the New and Old World. bptFF OD INTERESTING ITEM^ rP j lP n«lTe Review of the Import Cur.il >r' ant Kapp'"!ngß of the Cur rent AVeak. - lent has sent to the senate (,;,,. of William W. Morrow, of i,ia, to be United States circuit the ninth judicial district. iiin J. Bryan has aocepted an in to spr:ik at Gladstone Park, . in City, on the 12th of July, , before the annual Chautauquan v will open. Hia subject will j,,. ■■]: nietallism." p r oi i ('lark's lens works, Cambridge, chipped in a special parlor car >,•- which form the lens for the a t tferkes telescope, the largest lens ilc Every precaution was . li; ,n to insure the safe transportation dfthe costly lens. They were insured ir full value, $00,000. The lens present nearly six years of careful la bor. am Miller has information that tin- war department has appropriated m a transporation fund for the rmy }.-<>t at Spokane, which makes a total of $196,000 this year. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 May 1897

•The Islander CULVER BKOS., Publishers 1 Entered at the i>ostoffice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. ~ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, « 1.50 per year.... Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin gle ccHimn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents, per line for ti*st insertion and 5 cents per lino each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tijk Islanpkr must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, hut as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. ] THURSDAY, MAY 27th, 1897. THE POPULIST PARTY'S FUTURE, Governor Holcomb, of Nebraska, and other prominent Populist leader?, appear to believe that their party will continue to be an active and potent political force and that it will have a wholesome and permanent influence upon national and state legislation. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 May 1897

'^OFFICIAL DIRECTOR!. «tatk officers. John R. Rogers rATCi'^Ti'^'voriior ...Thurston Daniels ■>" Rove" Will I). Jenkins fSe^Kifor.." • C- W. Young '.jtfTro;l Neal Cheetham 'u l aii'-;-.-;, i ;;i-V,V'.'.' 1- H. Winston iV 1(J-T '" instruction R. Browne -„ !'' ■■■■ ■ .inner Robert Bridges f W. Waughus -!nt-lu • ■; iiior fames Crawford gj Commif ioner • Q \<. M^ !l? l Yttornoy W. H. Blinker J;s.Di-< rk>tA (James Hamilton Lewis ,<>ssnien~j w, C. Jones i\** ri , (John L W iion j . ato r* 1 Watson C. Squire , * sur n E HKCOU egßiieaTis ..James B. Rearis tid Jus tico '("' R O Dunbar r I ;;;;; T. J. Anders „ *e Justices, i " m. J.Gordon A** iat I ".".'.'. Elmon Scott r IVT V OFFICERS. CV , J. P. Houser „neiior" t ....Elijah H. Nash ;itycl(; rk r : Fred C. Harper ,int ien;lt .W. H. Thacker tentative ;;; AH . Sliter Jjitar ;;;. Aug. Wold »«jsurer f John Buckley _ I J.H.Nichols runnii* 810110^' I .William Graham 10 1 ;■ " H.S.King •ttornej" ■"" ..Newton Jones Spiff V.'. O. T....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 May 1897

THEY'RE AT IT AGAIN. Greeks and Turks in a Fierce Kite*** * ment-Tvro Thousand Killed. Headquarters of the Greek Army, Doinckos, May 9.—The Turkish attack I on the Greek * right wing began at 2P. i ML, but the flank attacks are considered 1 to be feints, and it is believed the 1 in-tin attacks of the Turks will be made ; 1 on the Greek center, where Crown : i Prince Constantine is in command, j ! Two Greek cannon are doing great cxc- : i cution on the principal Turkish column, which is advancing through the hills. < < The Turkish infantry at several ; i points is in contact with the Greeks. < The attack on General Smolenski, near j i Almyros, is only a strategic operation, j ' and the Turks will endeavor to cut be- ; i tween the two Greek armies, occupy j i the road leading to the Othery moun- j i tains, and thus cut off the retreat of \ < the crown prince. J • r i ! Must Not Be Crushed. ] Constantinople, May 19.—Represen- ' tatives of the powers yesterday drew up ; I a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 3 June 1897

V(H. VII. JsO. 16. jiH)F THE WEEK From all Parts of the New and Old World. BBIKF AND INTERESTING ITEMS C onir<--- b<-n*lT' R-Tlew of th* Import ,nt Happenings of the Cur rent W»«k. ( . A . !i- mills at Lewiston, Me., | | ere blown up- Four men were killed I gn jseveral were injured. The mills *!-e a total wreck, and the loss if] heavy. H dispatch from Berlin says thai t!l e powers, including Turkey, have as- j sented to the appointment of Prince Francis Joseph of Battenburg as gov-' ernor-general of Crete. A dispatch to the Daily Mail from j gome says the king of Greece is be- | cinning to reassert himself and will j ax>n be able to dismiss M. Ralli and to \ appoint M. Kahijitano as premier. At Colfax, Wash., John Leonard, jrho murdered Jacob Malquist last July, was sentenced by Judge McDon all to be hanged July 2. The sentence did not affect the prisoner. He had nothing to say. {George Allen, George Warren anil hi- son Willie were crossing th« Grand river at Fruita, Colo.,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 3 June 1897

The Islander CULVKK ISKOS., Publishers Entered at the poatoffiee in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PKICE, $ 1.50 per year Strictly in advance. AJWKKTOIira KATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin pie column measurement. Read in? business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for 15-at insertion and 5 cents per lino each week thereafter. Lejral notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik ESUUTPKB must be signed with the name ot the writer, not necessarily for publication, but asa sruarantoe of c>od faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. JUNE 3rd, 1897. THE FOUKSTUY RKSERVK OUESTJON. It seems to Tirrc Islander that there is a vast deal of greed and sel fishness back of all the hue and cry that has been raised for weeks against the forestry reserve order of President Cleveland. It strikes us that there is a large element of the ludicrous in the ...

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