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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 25 November 1897

VOL. VII. NO. 41. FROM EGG TO AX. SONG OF THE THANKFUL TIME. We think of Thanksgiving at seeding time: lv the swelling, unfolding, budding time,. V.'l.n 'lie heart of nature ami hearts of men Reioko in the earth grown young again. We ,heam of the harvest, of field and vine, ' And granaries full, at Thanksgiving time, Ye ti:iik of Thanksgiving In growing time: In the time of flowers, and the: vintage rheu palms of the year's strong hands with frui f tage, with grain, and with sweets WheftiSdfeam of hope Is a truth sublime Ihen our hearts make room for >theJthankru^ time. r; f i J ?Dv V'li fed We think of Thanksgiving In harvest time, In the yKUllug, gathering, golden time; Wh-n ii. ' sky Is fringed.with a hazy mist.- . : Au UK- blusfilms maples by frost Up? kUscd. When I'.ie bums are full with the uaiust And -lie crowning, thankful day draws near. We think or Thanksgiving at resting time: The circlo completed is but a chime In the song of life, in the lives of men!. We harvest the...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 25 November 1897

'Thk Islander CULVER BKOS., Publisher.] "Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second clgmail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PBICB, ■ 1.60 per year Strictly in advance. J"1" ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin pie oolumn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, .uchSWanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for fi*st insertion and 5 cents per fine 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. > The Official Paper of San Joan County. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 25th, 1897. Whatever may be said of William Jennings Bryan, the late candidate of the Popocracy for the presidency, it can hardly be denied that he is effec tive as a public speaker—for the other side. In witness whereof it may be noted that he spoke in twelve counties in Ohio in the late campaign ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 25 November 1897

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATK OFFICERS. Governor .........John R. Rojrers lieutenant Governor ...Thurston Daniels JXtary of 5tate..........Wi1l D. Jenkins state Treasurer, ~ ..C. W. Young Auditor v ......NearCheetham Attorney General :.. .P. H. Winston Bint Public Instruction... M .R.J. Browne find Commissioner Robert Bridges «,iot. Insane Asylum J. W. Waughus s,;ih Commissioner Crawford •'s Marshal J. C. Drake ,t < District Attorney — W. H. Brinker v' ,»„ (James Hamilton Lewis Congressmen... | w c Jones * (John L Wilson Senators 1 Watson C. Squire SUPREME COURT. Chief Jostles prf^BODSSS Asß aciate Justices, j ZZZot £ Gordon I ..Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICKRS. cmcrior Judge J. P. Houser Xtv Clerk Elijah H. Nash S Senator FredC. Harper tentative W.H.Thacger Auditor...- A; H- Sitter (EEE3&&S& Commissioners, { ::::::::;w ..^H.Ntehofs Attorney •iV"S* 8* J^* 11* X ff Newton Jones lessor. • -O. T. Loos surveyor «-A. P. Vaughn fi^Dtof Schools Miss Rhoda A. Lee finer ••• Dr. Geo. S ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 25 November 1897

THEBLUE& When a cheerful, brave, light-hearted Woman is suddenly plunged into that perfection of misery, the BLUES, it is a sad picture. , It is usually this way:— She has been feeling "out of sorts" for some time: head has ached, and back also; ha 6lcpt poorly, b quite nervous, and nearly fainted once or twice; head dizzy, and -, heart has 6A beat very ', fast; then t that bear ing-down feeling. Her doctor says, "cheer up, you have dyspepsia; you'll be all right soon." But she doesn't get "all right." She grows worse day by day, till all at once she realizes that a distressing fe male complaint is established. Her doctor has made a mistake. She has lost faith in him; hope van ishes; then comes the brooding, morbid, melancholy, everlasting BLUES. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com. pound instantly asserts its curative powers in all those peculiar ailmeD ts of women, and the story recited above is the true experience of hundreds of women, whose letters of gratitude are to be found ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 December 1897

VOL. VII. NO. 42. SEWS OF THE WEEK From all Parts of the New and Old World. BRIEF AND INTERESTING ITEMS ( ninprehensive Review of the Import ant Happenings of the Cur rent Week. The great trial of Arroyo's murder* j cr c is over, at the City of Mexico, hay- i ;. ._• terminated with the sentence of j ,ytth pronounced on 10 of the police ! , • era and policemen concerned in the i hatchery of the hapless wretch whose idacious attempt on the president's ! I caused so profound a sensation ' there. The jury was out over seven hours. nne of the most important features | of tlic Behring sea negotiations not ! heretofore disclosed is that in the event i <• ii (ir. at Britain and Canada consent j t«i a suspension of pelagic sealing for j ohm vt;ir, the United States for the I same time will agree to a suspension of all taking of seals for one year on { Pribyloff islands. constituting the j American seal possessions in Behring Postmaster-General Gary is receiving many letters regarding the ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 December 1897

The Islander CULVEK HUM., rublishera] Entered at the poetofflae in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter.; ~ s% , SUBSCRI p T jON I'KICE, f 1.50 per year. ~ .Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, >1.00 per inch per month* '•!-■> cents per inch, per week, sin gle c. lama measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, Buchaa Wanted, For Bale, etc., 10 cents per line for fi"st insertion and 5 cent* per line each week thereafter. !«.*«, Ijpt.i\ notices, at customary legal rates. \lf communications to Tiik Islander must be 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 2nd, 1597. The publishers of The Islander would like to have the paper read la every home in the county, and especial ly by every taxpayer. Neither poli ties lior religion should ''cut any ice" when it comes to the question of sub scribing for a home paper, if there is bin ...

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

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. .. "■■ „-„• John R. Rogers rl/,niiit <;overnor...Thurston Daniels v;lt;."; v o f State Will D. Jenkins '■,-,. ; isurer, O. W. Young y^'l ! Neal Cheetham '^vVieneral .P. H. Winston l% Public Instruction R. J. Browne •'V('> mnissioner Robert Bridges 'V i [< A no Asylum .J. W. Waughus ':'■.. I)in ,nissioner James Crawford •'Marshal J. C.Drake •5" bistrict Attorney...... W. H. Brink *• (James Hamilton Lewis jressinen- } w# C. Jones ( John L Wilson jnalors { Watson C. Squire SUPREME COURT. , T.^tice James B. Reavis i,ef Justice.. f RODunbar T .. J ..— T. J. Anders Relate Justices, { M j Gordon 1 Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. •->,• judge • -J« P- Honser Ac rk Elijah H. Nash Senator Fred C. Harper tentative W. ll.Thacker <': nt A. H. Sliter ilt"!V r Aug. Wold :.* lsll' 1 \ John Buckley ,;-dinners. •! • J. 11. Nichols j^oussioncra ' < "^..William Graham .. ir ,,,. v - ; ••"• S. King >•.;;• • Newton Jones >!lfrlsor'"".'.'.'.'". -O. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 December 1897

THE NEW ELDORADO THE GOLD FIELDS OF ALASKA AND THE YUKON. Geography, Climate and Retource* of the Now F»moui Recion of the Far North—Great Extent «f Ground te Be Prospected. Bpecial Correspondence.] Purchased from Russia in 1867 for $7,200,000, Alaska was a portion of the United States for 80 years without at tracting the attention its resources and wealth merit. Everywhere apathy and ignorance preaviled in regard to this latest territorial acquisition. Suddenly this was changed. In a single day the eyes of the entire world were turned to Klondike, and there they remain fixed. On the 17th of last July the steamer Portland sailed into port with $800,000 of gold on board, and to the ends of the earth was telegraphed the story of the rich placer diggings discovered along the Klondike and its tributaries. Then began that rush to the new mines which has filled the news columns of the press with ita varied experiences for four months. Ten thousand men joined in it. Some are now at the min...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 December 1897

AOL. VII. NO. 43. NEWS OF THE WEEK From all Parts of the New- and Old World. BRIEF AND INTERESTING ITEMS Comprehensive Review, of the Import ant f*ui>p«'iiingH of the Cur-; rent "Week. " A terrible railroad accident has oc curr«'<l in Warsaw. While a passenger train was stationary at the terminus, a heavy freight train ran into it, owing to the error of a pointsman. Eleven persona were killed and 22 others were seriously injured. The receipts of the customs - 80 far this fiscal year undoubtedly.'. will . fall considerably short of estimates made by the managers of the new tariff bill (luring its pendency in congress. At that time it was estimated that the customs would yield about $180,000, --000 .hiring the first year. The indica tions are now said to be that the re ceipts from this source will not aggre gate more than $105,000,000. A plate of armor, representing a lot of 500 tons for the turrets of the battle ships Kearsarge and Kentucky, was tested at the Indian Head provin...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 December 1897

TPhb Islander CULVER BKOS., Publishers^ Entered at the'postoftice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PR*CE, per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 26 cents per inch, per week, sm- column measurement. Roadim; business locals, and notices, Bueh as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents "per line for fi-st insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. lioual notices, at customary lejjal rates. All communications to Thk Islander jnust be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, Sbut Ml euarantee of cood faith. fhe Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. -DECEMBER 9th, 1897. A new sub-port of entry has been .established at Nelson, on the northern border of this state, ajacent to a rich section of the great British Columbia mining field. This makes twelve sub ports, with nearly sixty employes, in the Puget Sound district, which in cludes the entire state of Washington and is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 December 1897

I OFFICIAL DIRECTOR!. STATE OFFICERS. John R. Rogers (' r' u Mt'iYovernor ...Thurston Daniels lit' 1111! of State Will D. Jenkins Usurer :J.C; W Young MrC Neal Cheetham Jitlir;"Vj'i>nerai P. H. Winston "2 ..Hi- Instruction R. J. Browne $ mUioner Robert Bridges 1 <;•'; "'Asylum .J. W. Waugfius : Imiuissioner James Crawford itflffi J- C.Drake •Bffict Attorney W.H. Brinker j.l">ul (James Hamilton Lewis rres sincn- i w. C. Jones ••*' ( John L Wilson tor s ( Watson C. Squire pUPREME COURT. .' j . , , ; '„ James B. Reavis ! Justice f ; R o Dunbar I T. J. Anders , W e Justices,j M Gordon I Elnion Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. . Till i, rP J. P. Houser *ri' ir k "" Elijah H. Nash HStZ I! Fred C. Harper * Stive -w- A S]iter A R gmor jdiwr Aug. Wold «,i^ rt' r I John Buckley . -...pro J J.H.Nichols ffllS 9ioncrs, < William Graham ...;.." H.S.King jornp Newton Jones jeriff- O. T. Loos & SOT- ! A. P. Vaughn cvo^.hools''''. Miss Rhoda A. Lee ipt of htlioois... • Dr Qeo g> Wright SJ«f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 December 1897

IMPORTANT WORK TO COME BEFORD THE FIFTY SIXTH CONGRESS. rhe Cuban and the Hawaiian Questions to Come Up at an Early Date-Gov eminent to Be Protected in the Kau sas Pacific Kailroad. E. F. Parsons, Special Correspondent. Washington, D. C—The 56th session of congress of the United States will loon be in session with a good Repub lican majority in the lower house, but <vith a minority in the senate. It is unfortunate that the party in control i of the executive branch of the govern- I ment is not in a majority in the senate | as well as in the house, as questions of j great importance are to be considered | ■ad the responsibility for action or in- ■ action will be laid upon the shoulders : of the Republicans even though they i may be powerless to fully carry their ; points in the upper branch of congress, j Matters of great interest and concern j will undoubtedly be presented and dis- i cussed at an early day after the con- | vening of congress. They will affect this country's relat...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 December 1897

VOL. VII. NO. 41. IBtfSUK I^e Imponaat Features of the Chief Executives' Ad dress to Congress. Yo the Senate and House of Representa t v- It gives me pleasure to extend g to the 65th congress assembled j- regular session at the seat of govern with many of whose senators and re pr(-9»ntatives I have been associated „ .^islative service. The meeting oc :nder felicitous conditions, justify , re congratulation and calling for •a ,ful acknowledgment to a be providenee which has so signally i and prospered us as a nation. ■ and good will with all the nations P , ai th continue unbroken. \ niaiter of genuine satisfaction is tne growing feeling of fraternal regard ana lira!ion of all sections of our country, incompleteness of which has too long layed realization of the hignest bKssings [lie i iiK<n. The spirit oi patriotism is universal and is ever increasing in fervor. itjJic questions which now most en ts are lifted far above either par •.. prejudice or former sectional ■•■=. They affe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 December 1897

The Islander CULVER BROS., Publisher^ Entered at tl^~P^tofflee in Friday Harbor as socond class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, f 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 pie column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc ,10 cents per line for fl>st 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, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16th, 1897. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. President McKmley's message to Congress is a clear, calm, conservative and comprehensive state paper. There are no labored flights of florid rhetoric in it, no ponderous phrases, no piayiug to the galleries. It is nothing more nor less than a plain, practical review ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 December 1897

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICBBS, governor.—— —John R. Rogers Lieutenant Governor ...Thurston Daniels Secretary of State—.......Will D. Jenkins state Treasurer, _ .— W. Young Auditor — Neal Cheetham Attorney General .P. H. Winston Siipt Public Instruction R. J. Browne l aud Commissioner Robert Bridges c uP t. Insane Asylum J. W. Waughus Pish Commissioner- James Crawford i' s. Marshal - J. Drake it' S District Attorney W. H. Blinker mmi j James Hamilton Lewis Congressmen... j w c Jones j John L Wilson Senators | Watson C. Squire SUPREME COURT. rhief Justice James B. Reavis tm f R O Dunbar • i t „({«. J •—T« J« Anders Associate Justices, < , , _M. J. Gordon ( JElmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. c lin erior Judge J. P. Houser Sf" y Clerk 8 Elijah H Nash joint Senator... Fred C. Harper Representative W. H. Thacfcer ....liter -A. H. outer Tourer Aug. Wold Treasury . John Buckley Commissioners, \ ......J. H. Nichols ( William Graham Attorney "ivS* S. King Sheriff. Newton Jones Assessor ~-O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 December 1897

NEWS OF THE WEEK From all Parts of the New and Old World. BRIEF AND INTERESTING ITEMS Comprehensive Bevlew of the Import ant Happenings of the Cur rent Week. A French expedition is reported mas sacred. The Chinese are endeavoring to settle matters with Germany. The Chickasaw and Cherokee Indians are to colonize in Mexico. A vessel has sailed from Portsmouth, H. fl-> for the Klondike. The National Guard asks for an ap propriation of $2,000,000. There is a possibility of a rate war between Western railroads. A party has left San Francisco to survey a new route to the Klondike. San Francisco merchants are being prosecuted for celling adulterated olive oil. At Salinas, Cal., two burglars clever ly jailed the jailer and a deputy sheriff. A tremendous rich gold strike is re ported on Dog creek, a tributary of the Yukon. The son of a New York millionaire died in the county hospital in San Francisco. The Georgia senate wants to send state convicts to Cuba to light for the insurgents. Sen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 December 1897

VOL. VII. NO. 45. Sews of the week From all Parts of the New and Old World. BRIEF AND INTERESTING ITEMS £„ -.n|tr<-li<>iirtive Review of the Import ant Happenings of the Cur rent Week. An effort is on foot to reduce the production of cotton. Gold has been discovered at Skagway bicb goes $4 to the pan. Mormons have secured 3,000,000 acres of land in Mexico for a colony. } John Cross, of Cove, Or., was arrest ed for having counterfeit money in his possession. Bates Soper, who murdered his 'wife and two children at Aschie, Mo., in 1891, and who was recently arrested in Oregon, where he maried again, was sentenced in Harriaonville, Mo., to he banged on February 4. The Spanish government, it is again announced,is negotiating with the Arm strongs, this time or ■ a cruiser of 4 ;;imi tons, said to be worth £800,000, built for Japan, but which Japan does not want. The vessel is said to be practically ready for sea. About 100 wholesale druggists from the cities of the Central West h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 December 1897

TPhb Islander CULVER BROS., Publishers} Entered aft the postortice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. HIMIIIII Ilhif PRICE, 11.50 per yoar Strictly in advance ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 2ft 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 ti'st insertion and 5 cents por line each week thereafter. , Le<*al notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, \mt as a euarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23rd, 1897. A recent dispatch from Portland says that the Western Union Telegraph Company will soon begin the laying of a cable from Port Angeles across the strait to Victoria, connecting at Port Angeles with land and cable wires to Seattle. Mr. Jaynes, the company's superintendent, recently spent s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 December 1897

supplement TO " THE ISLAXDER. VERY SATISFACTORY NEW TARIFF LAW IS PLEASING ITS FRIENDS. Treasury Figures Show It Ts Product ive of Increased Kxports of Ameri can Products and Decreased Importo —"Ketaliation" Measures Fail. Showing Is Gratifying. €peeial Wasnlutftwa. corresooudence: The new tariff law continues to more smoothly so far as relates to farmers and also as relates to the revenues of the Government A document just issued by the Treasury Department showing the September importations points out* that there has bees a marked falling off in the importations of numerous articles of farm £ produce compared with September of last year, while the exportation of the pro ducts of agriculture has increased very greatly despite the insistence of free trad ers that an increase in our tariff rates weald damage our markets abroad. The September, exportation of agricultural products amounted to $74,'Jti1,r»73, against $5G,r»2D,(>08 in the corresponding month last year. While the genera...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 December 1897

FPJEND TO FARMERS. cpCR^TARY WILSON SO RECOG NIZED BY AGRICULTURISTS. Liberal Extract* from an Address by the Able iicizil of the Agricultural Department A Practical , Talk by a Very Practical Man. Greatness of Our Country. V » f ; s time that Americans fullyrealize.] illative greatness of their own people. *, a view to fuller comprehension; of ■ Sr ability i<> make, a market. lhey ; J the best educated, best feel, best hous f best clothed and farthest traveled ,0. --«fo 000 of people in the world. It the laws Merfere with their industries in anywrv. Coring their com; etitow abroad, [ inter-. ring with their power to- purchase; to-. Lad education, nutrition, lodging, cloth- JJ and traveling, as we hare seen for the four yours past, their power to make . market is lowered corresponding y. Prosperity has come ? naturally; public policies have been changed: the wooers f ' employed: they buymore, hberauy: the farmer gets bolter prices: beauts be Driee of his crops into circulation...

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