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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 December 1897

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATK OFFICERS. , liV ernor .-....-John R. Rogers f V,,t,'nant Governor ...Thurston Daniels Ktiiryof State. Will D. Jenkins <ute Treasurer,......— ....C. W. Young Editor • NealCheetham General P. H. Winston ;\t Public Instruction R. J. Browne 6"» i (\)inini.ssioner........Robert Bridges V,t Insane Asylum J. W. Waughus r," l h Commissioner- James Crawford \rl Marshal - ....... J. C. Drake .<' district Attorney.. ....W. H. Brinker H* , (James Hamilton Lewis Congressmen- } w a Jones ,( John L Wilson genera • \ Watson C. Squire SUPREME COUBT. chief Ju«ti<» r;;;;;^*'*™* i Justices, J —.T. J. Anders AfcSO ciato Justices, j #M j^ Gordon I .....~Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. _ r ior Judge .J. P. Houser SSSS; =EMffl Treasurer • John B^ ckley r , m mi9sioners, \ J.H.Nichols lUUH 1 William Graham • ttorney :::::::::rzif££l V ,r Newton Jones ffifer.- °- T. Loos f"f *° o r r : A. P. Vaughn ,"„♦ of Schools Miss Rhoda A. Lee Dr. Geo. S. Wright T^tico of'the Peace L. C. ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 December 1897

KEPT IN IGNORANCE Cuban Soldiers Do Not Know Text of Spain's Terms. DEATH FOR AUTONOMY BEARERS Insurgent Chiefs Are Fully Determined to Hold the Army Together at Whatever Cost. New York, Dec. 17.—A dispatch to ; the Herald from Havana says: The j Cuban leaders in the field are adopting ! every possible method to prevent even the thin edge of the wedge of autonomy ; from entering their ranks. They not i only absolutely refuse to discuss auton- j omy themselves, but they are deter- t mined in their efforts not to allow ! Spain's offers of self-government to be laid before the insurgent troops. All emissaries who dare to carry the olive branch to the field are hanged if caught. Seventy per cent of the rebel j soldiers are kept in ignorance of the I liberal terms offered by Spain. There is reason for this reticence on th'J part of the Cuban chiefs. There i\Ti rebels and there are subordinate reftel officers who are tired of war and its accompanying hardships, and who would lay down thei...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 December 1897

VOL. VII. NO. 46. NEWS OF THE WEEK From all Parts of the New and Old World. BRIEF AND INTERESTING ITEMS Comprehensive Review of the '■ Import ant Happenings of the Cur rent "Week. No appointments will be made by the president during the recess of con gress except in case of emergency. De 6 pite the announcement of this fact, the mimber of visitors at .the White Ui.ii.sl' are unusually large. Xhe It tug-continued cold and heavy ,v of tlie past month are beginning , • a serious effect upon sheep in n_'. and it is feared that, unless ;- :i break in the weather soon, t j,,i looses will bo heavy. Sheepmen that a luimlter have already ■•I. The controller of the currency hag received information of the failure of the First National bank, of Ptrnbina, \. l). The bank lias a capital of $50,- CJO, an<l, according to its last state ment, hail deposits aggregating $95, • 000. Bank Examiner Anheiser hi 8 been [.laced in charge. Mr. Coffin, the acting controller of the currency has called atte...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 December 1897

'TPhb Islander ; CULVER BROS., Publisher"] _, " Entered at the postoffice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION TRICE, f 1.50 per year.....:. Strictly in advance - - ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, 11.00 per inch per month. "25 cents per inch, per week, sin gle column measurement. . ■ Reading business locals, and notices, m ah as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents p6r line for 13»st insertion and 5 cents per lino each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must be signed with tho name of the .writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a euarantee of good faith. 7he Official Paper of San Jnu Jjonnjy. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30th, 1897. WHEAT, COLD AND SILVEK It must be rather humiliating as ,well as discouraging to Congressman Wheat Chart Jones and his compan ions in political distress to be called upon to bear witness for so many moons to the exceedingly strained relations existing between wheat and si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 December 1897

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. governor .......... John R. Rogers T ieutenant Governor ...Thnrston Daniels Secretary of State. Will D. Jenkins State Treasurer, C. W. Young Vulitor Neal Cheetham Attorney General P. H. Winston fiupt Public Instruction R. J. Browne T itiid Commissioner Robert Bridges Supt. Insane Asylum J. W. Waughus Fish Commissioner James Crawford f S Marshal J. C. Drake iV s District Attorney W. H. Brink er man J James Hamilton Lewis Congressmen... j w c Joneß f John L Wilson Senators..... •••• { Watson C. Squire SUPREME COURT*. rhief Justice James B. Reavis f RODunbar . .„ t,,_m™« J T* J* Anders Associate Justices, j M j Gordon [ Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. Snnerior Judge .J. P. Houser Comity Clerk Elijah H. Nash joint Senator Fred C. Harper uanresentative W. H. Thacker Auditor AH. Sliter Treasurer ; .....Aug. Wold ( John Buckley rointuissioners, \ J.H.Nichols ( William Graham Attorney ••.•••H. S. King tariff Newton Jones Awtessor ~X>. T. Loos Surveyor A. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 December 1897

BONDING MINERS' OUTFITS. Canadian Customs Commissioner Gives Out Regulations. Washington, Deo. 22.—A response las been received to a recent lettei rom Secretary Gage to the commis' ioner of customs, requesting informa ion as to the bonding of miners' outfits hrough Canadian territory on the oute from .luneau by way of the Chil ;oot pass and the Yukon river to Circle jity. The commissioner says that the ol lowing regulations have been pre iare<l to meet the case: Imported poods, as above described, hall be reported to the Canadian cus om-house at Tagish, and may be en ered for exportation there in the usual orm, "in transit," in duplicate. The ;oods may then be delivered without tayment of duty to be carried to their lestination out of Canada by any tran portation company which has duly xeeute<l a bond in the form prescribed >y the minister of customs for the due nd faithful delivery of all packages •arried by such company and for the lencml compliance with the customs awl a...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 January 1898

VOL. VII. NO. 47. EWS OF THE WEEK From all Parts of the New and Old World. BRIEF AND INTERESTING ITEMS Comprehensive Review of the Import ant Happenings of the Cur rent AVeek. Ilrtllie and Waldo Oiem, children, w ,M-e asphyxiated by coal gas at their k ( ,n)p in Leipsic, O. The barge Canistee, which went adrift off Cape Cod, has been found in Barnstable bay, with all the crew well. The Auditorium at Kansas City, re cently burned, will be rebuilt at once, ami will be ready for occupancy Sep tember 1. In a saloon row between Kentucky mountaineers at Manchester, Will Burdy, James Philpot and Bob Gregory were killed. Veins of gilponite of sufficient size to warrant development have been dis covered on Willow creek in the Middle Park, Colorado. M. Tunakoshi, Japanese vice-consul at San Francisco, has been hurriedly recalled to Tokio. It was thought he would be secretary to the legation at Washington. The French embassy at Washington denies that M. Maillard passed through Washington en ro...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 January 1898

VOL. VII. NO. 47. NEWS OF THE WEEK From all Parts of the New and Old World. IiKIEF AND INTERESTING ITEMS ( •niiprchengive Review of the Import ant Happenings of the Cur rent Week. bailie and Waldo Oieoi, children, vt>re asphyxiated by coal gas at their home in Leipsic, O. The barge Canistee, which went adrift off Cape Cod, has been found in Barnstable bay, with all the crew well. The Auditorium at Kansas City, re cently burned, will be rebuilt at once, and will be ready for occupancy Sep tember 1. In a saloon row between Kentucky mountaineers at Manchester, Will Burdy, James Philpot and Bob Gregory were killed. Veins of gilsonite of sufficient size to warrant development have been dis i overed on Willow creek in the Middle Park, Colorado. M. Tunakoshi, Japanese vice-consul at San Francisco, has been hurriedly recalled to Tokio. It was thought he would be secretary to the legation at Washington. The French embassy at Washington denies that M. Maillard passed through Washington en ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 January 1898

The Islander CULVEK Kit OS., Publishers j "~Eritere<i^at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second clans mail mattor. SUBSCRIPTION PBICK, ft.so per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin gle column measurement. nnH(x( >« Reading business locals, and noticeß, such as Wanted, For Hale, etc., 10 cents per line for flit Insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must bo signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a giiaranteeof good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. JANUARY 6th, JB9B. IjtVicw of the interest that has lately teen aroused in the question of more stringent regulation of the liquor traffic here, the county attorney, in addition to the points covered by his communi cation and the accompanying extracts from the law which are presented in another c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 January 1898

OFFICIAL DIRECTOKI. STATE OFFICERS. - ,v*rnor Jobn R. Rogers' , Litenant Governor ...Thuraton Daniels Ketary of 5tate........... Will D. Jenkins Ttitp Treasurer, ...,.....C."-W. Young Sitor Neal Cheetham fttoraey General P. H. Winston *ii)t public Instruction R. J. Browne r ihd Commissioner.. Robert Bridges *C,t lusiine Asylum......J. W. Waughus 'J Commissioner James Crawford 1 S Marshal ...-.; J. C. Drake ITVl T V District Attorney W. H. Briakejr ITS' _ James Hamilton Lewis Congressmen... } w G j O nes (John L Wilson jjenators......... \ Watson C. Squire SUPKKMK COURT. rUief Justice r;;;;;^ jusociate Justices, J *'*""."~m! J." Anders Associate Justices, j M j Gordon I Elmon Scott COUKTY OFFICERS. cnorior Judee *' —J. P. Houser r 1 5utyC1erk^,....,.,...,.....E1ijat,H.Nash j it Senator Fred C Harper gUentative W. H. JhacW ... litor A- H« Sliter £a rer Aug. Wold t John Buckley r^mmissioners, \ J.H.Nichols Commiwi , | William Graham tornoy •••-H- S. King ££r ri Newton Jones «wsor.. O. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 January 1898

A YUKON OUTFIT WHAT THE GOLD HUNTER SHOULD TAKE. Boond Advice for Those Who Contem plate Seeking Their Fortunes in the New Gold Fields of Alaska and the Northwest Territory. Special Correspondence.] The most practical and vital question to be derided by the man who intends to go to the Yukon next year is the composition and quantity of his outfit. What should he take and how much of it. This is far more important a ques tion than that of the route he shall se lect, since by any regular route he would probably reach his destination, while should he not have a proper out fit, he would be likely to find his labor to have been all in vain, with failure and rtossible starvation staring him in the face. Whatever a man would require to eat, to wear or to work with he should take with him. To go into that coun try depending upon being able to pur chase any of the necessaries of life or euecessful work is to run the risk of utter failure and calamity. Again and again was this asserted by exp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 January 1898

VOL. VII. NO. 48. NEWS OF THE WEEK From all Parts of the New and Old World. BRIEF AND INTERESTING ITEMS Co-.nprehensive Review of the Import ant Happenings of the Cur rent Week. The sultan is negotiating for the building of a 4 first-class armored cruiser. ;','* The steamer Concho has arrived in New York from Havana with 968 hales of Cuban tobacco. The English engineers anounce that •hey have plenty of funds and intend to continue their strike. It is reported that the Afridis are assembling in tribal council, with a view to concluding peace. Eight of the principal buildings in Lebanon, Tenn., were destroyed by tiro Thursday night, with a loss of $75,000. The death rate of Chicago for the year was 14 in the thousand, the lowest recorded for any city of over 200,000 in habitants. The British bark Taymount, bound from Liverpool for San Francisco, is now 224 days overdue, and her owners have given her up. John Williams, at Marseilles, 0., at tackeJ Mrs. Flint and cut her so badly with a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 January 1898

The Islander CULVER BKOS., Publishersl Entered at the postoffice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PKICE, f 1.50 per year Strictly in advancp. ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 2o cents perinek, per week, sin gle column measurement. Reading business locals, an.d notices, ■aofa as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents p ir line for fi'st insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. Le^al notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Ist-ajcdkr must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, \>ut as a guarantee of {rood faith. m Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. JANUARY 13th, I8&8. THE SALOON AND "REFORM." The county commissioners are en titled to the commendation of every good citizen who is interested in the welfare of the county and its people for their order of the 4th inst., direct ing the strict enforcement of the law relating to the sale of intoxicating liq...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 January 1898

THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Lung Ti oubles and Consumption Can be Cured. jVu Kminent New York Chemist and Scien tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. Tlie distinguished New York chemist, T A. Slocnm, demonstrating his discov er V of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonar Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest is,s, stubborn coughs, cattarrhal iiltctioiis, general decline and weakness, i,,ss of flesh, and all conditions of wast ing away, will send THREE FREE BOT TLES (all different) of his New Discov eries to any afflicted reader of The Islandkr writing for them. , T,, His "New Scientific Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity {o donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist patiently experi menting for years, has produced results its beneficial to humanity as can be claimed l>y any, modern genius. His as- M-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 January 1898

WHAT 1897 HAS SEEN. RECORD OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE YEAR. Grreco-Turkista War and the Cuban lnsurrection-The Great Strike in the Coal Fields Political Chunges of Twelve Months. A Chronological Table. The year 1597 has been, it might be said almost a eoauMMptace one, since its eoiu mencemeat, that is, uo events of over whelming moment have taken place, but then- has been no dearth of important occurrences. The war between Turkey and (Jreece, the struggle for freedom in Cuba, the costly and long-drawn-out strike in the Ohio and Pennsylvania coal n'ejls, the chance of national administra tion, the enactment of the Diugley tariff law, the disastrous spring floods in ihe Mississippi valley and autumn fires in the "West and Northwest, and the epidemic of yellow fever in the Southern States are clearly not matters of small importance in the history of the world. The year has been an unusual one from the fact that but few men of really great reputation have passed from the stage of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 January 1898

VOL. VII. NO. 49. NEWS OF THE WEEK From all Parts of the New and Old World. BRIEF AND INTERESTING ITEMS (.i-.nprehensive Review of the Import ant Happenings of the Cur rent Week. The controller of the currency has 1,-dared a dividend in favor of the First National bank of Helena, Mont., of 10 1 1 r cent. The Field Columbian museum at liicago has put in a series of casts of Pueblo Indians, clad in garments pur hased from Indians. County Judge J. H. Carpenter, of Madison, Wis., has decided that a nild cannot be legally adopted without ;unmnt of both parents, if living. The Western Union Beef Company :i < sold 8,000 head of steers off its DeiM ranch to Clinton Anderson, of Wyoming, and will retire from busi ness. Ore assaying $652 in gold and $70 in silver to the ton was discovered two miles from Adams Springs, Lake coun ty, California, and the district is wildly vited. George Dobbs and Mrs. Errrelie New, jointly indicted for the murder of the iutter's husband at Eureka, Kan., have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 January 1898

*T"HE IsivANDBR CULVER BKOS., Publishers! Entered at the postofflee in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, $ 1.50 per v»ar Strictly in advance ADVERTISING KATKB: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin trie relnmn measurement. not!ces Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for fi'st insertion and o cents per line each week thereafter. -«♦*■ but as a sruarantee of eood faith. ThTofflciaTPaper of^an Juan County. THURSDAY. JANUARY 20th, 1898. The assumption that the enforce ment of what is called the "Sunday law" can be carried to such an extreme as to prevent steamboats from obtain, ins wood at the wharves here on Sun day is little better than ridiculous. There is no more reason why steam boats, or other boats, should not come and go as freely here or elsewhere in the county now than there was before the commissioners specifically directed the enforcement of section 211...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 January 1898

rH E WONDERS OF SCIENCE. iuid; Tioubles and Consumption Can " be> Cored, in Eminent New York CheinUt and Sclen ' tist Makes a. Free Offer to Our Readers. T!, ( > distinguished New York chemist, -r a. Slocum, demonstrating his discov pr V of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonar Tuberculosis) un.liill bronchial, throat, lung j and chest peases, stubborn coughs, >: cattarrhal lions, general decline and weakness, , sS of rtesh, and all conditions of wast me away, will send THREE FREE BOT TLES (all different) of his New ; Discov ,i,, s to any afflicted reader of Thk i-i \>i>kii writing for them. jiis "New Scientific Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple f«sional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, all ,i this great chemist patiently experi menting for years, has produced results H < beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 20 January 1898

MOTHER LODE FONUD. Reported Ditcovery of the Source oi Klondike Gold. Seattle, Wash., Jan. 12.—The steam er City of Topeka, which arrived here this afternoon from Junau, had among her passengers nine men who left Daw gon City December 9. They were: W. J. Jones, Port Townsend; D. D. Stewart, Juneau; A. Colder, Nova Scotia; F. C. Arnold, San Francisco; W. G. Stenger, Colville, Wash.; Harry Miller, Colville; J. Cordroy, Denver; George Anderson, Tacoma, and Robert Johnson, Tacoma. They were 24 days in coming from Dawson to the coast. Their journey was unattended by spe cial incidents. The coldest weather recorded was 18 below zero. The party brought out with them about $50,000 in gold dust and drafts. Dog teams were used in making the trip. The party brings no new features in reference to the food situation at Daw son. They all agree that food is scarce, but that there is no danger of starva tion. If a large number of persons had not gone down the river to Fort Yukon and Circle City to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 27 January 1898

VOL. VII. NO. 50. NEWS OF THE WEEK From all Parts of the New and Old World. BKIEF AND INTERESTING ITEMS Comprehensive Review of the Import ant Happenings of the Cur rent Week. The Belgian government has issued invitations to a sugar conference. Joel Putnam, a retired shoe manu facturer of Boston, committed suicide by shooting. The casino at Willard beach, South Portland, Me., valued at $31,000 was destroyed by lire. The United States supreme court has decided that heirs cannot recover in surance on suicides. Kniperor William celebrated the cor onation fete on Sunday with all the usual pomp and ceremony. A steamship, supposed to be one of the Allan line, was sighted to the east ward of the Brand Links, heavily list - ed to starboard. General Sir Arthur Power Palmer, K. C, will succeed Gen. Sir Willliam Lockhart as commander of the Tirah field force on the northwest frontier of India. The executive committee of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen is holding its annual session at Peor...

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