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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 15 November 1894

, VOL. 4. NO. .39. HIE CATTLE EMBARGO President Cleveland Has Au. ( iority to Retaliate. THE LAW IS LAID BEFORE HIM js a Question Whether This Will be »oc^iry, for the Government of Gerina»>y !;■!- Modified Its Order and A^nineu' i Liberal Attitude. «.Vhisgtos, November 9.—The an nouncement that he German authori ng may conclude to determine the pos 6 i^liti.3 of the introduction of Texas {ever into the Empire from expert opin ions of American veterinarians was re ceived with great interest by Secretary Motion whose advocacy of retaliation by requiring a strict inspection of Ger man wines and liquors has been told in these dispatches? The Secretary has in vestigated the question, and finds that authority to entirely exclude German Hroducts in retaliation for discrimina tion' of oar goods is vested in the Presi ,i't (li by existing laws, all of which has been heretofore overlooked in the dis testion. Secretary Mor ton had a conference with the President, Sam! lai<l the law befo...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 15 November 1894

The Islander Entered at the postofflee in Friday lIarl»or as second class mail matter. suuscuirTioN' rstica. 11.50 per year Strictly in advance ADVKKTISINC; KATES : Display standing .-.-Is. 26 cents per Inch, per week, single column measurement. Reading business local?, _•> cents per line per week. Notices, such as Wanted. For Sale, etc.. 10 cents per line for first insertion and iv cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin; IsiAnder must be signed with the name 01 the writer, not necessarily for publication, batata guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER ; 15th; 18* The Official Paper of San Joan County. A. J. PAXSON, Editor and Prop. The state school land commission has purchased the Skagit county funding bonds at 107.92. The total Populist membership in the next Washington legislature will be 21—2 senators and 19 rep resentatives, an increase of over 100 per cent. The Treasury department has called for bids for ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 15 November 1894

_. : THE:— San Juan County Bank —:of:— rniDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RESPONSIBILITY, 850,000 . a ARK President; J. A. GOULD, .ashler. »"lL ' i i /i General Banking Business Transacted. . .'rest paid on Time Deposits. Money loaned on approved security. • _. *_«« Bought and Sold. Collections Kv. -aid proceeds promptly remitted on gj of Collection. j ? 0 VOIR BUSINESS , —WITH— fIUST NATIONAL BANK Cor. Eighth St. and .1 Avenue, •ICOKTKS, Skagit County, Washington 11. 11, I\ERRI>*, Cashier. I General Hanking Business Transacted . - - ft 50,000 [,u_r»n'ter<l K^|>o»^',ilit,v, - 100,000 n-nmits received subject to check; t IKi Demand Certificates of Deposit: KS'vff Papers and Valuables on De '•,,,■„•-.>! Keeping; Ponds protected PfihA Celebrated Morley Screw Door and '7Star Proof Safe and Hall's Safe and i' * Go's Vault; and every urommo iltion extended to oar patrons consistent S sound banking. We solicit your business. 28atf K. C. NobdYKE. C. E. Hackktt. NORDYKE & IIACI-KTT, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 15 November 1894

MARKS ON A BALLOT. Important Decision Rendered in Michigan. WHAT'S A DISTINGUISHING MARK The Supreme Court of That State Holds That One Mark Is Sufficient, and That a Second Distinguishing One is Il legal Under the Law. Lansing, Mich., November 10.—The Supreme Court to-day handed down a most important decision affecting the present method of voting. On the ques tion of what constitutes a distinguishing mark on a ballot, which mark is pro hibited by law, the court unanimously held that any mark other than the Bin gle'one appropriate to designate the in tention of a voter is a distinguishing mark. The case was brought in the con testing of the rights to office of two local candidates at Bay City, who were osten sibly elected at a spring election a year and a half ago. By the decision both are ousted from office. The effect of this decision will be far-reaching. The court holds that if, two tickets on an official ballot are identical, the marking of a cross over each is illegal. Also t...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 November 1894

1 VOL. 4. NO. 40. PACIFIC NORTHWEST. Condensed Telegraphic Re ports of Late Events. I BRIEF SPARKS FROM THE WIRES ■ - r,f Yt-.Ts for Kasy Digestion From i, », rent P-irts of the States of Wash- : •__ton. Oregon and Idaho— Items of , Interest to i'aciflc Coast People. << Parkhursting" is not unknown in ".. , : ..;-. pays 700 monthly for its , The Baco la-Tenino Enterprise is go- J :, ?x 3 move to Co^inopolis. ± ... „ ; ? to be run from Fort Klam t jj i 0 (jrater Lake next summer. Spokane's City Council proposes to , '..,,.'"', .- 8 a "nth for arc lights. j The first pile has been driven for a new cannery >am Elmore is going to bnild at Astoria. J . tiireshin- rod in Wallowa county, ' Or. has spent $56 trying to collect $27 due him for wages. I Representative Belts is shipping 200 Oxford grade hacks from Pendleton to a Montana purchaser. i The Spokane bureau of immigration ■ a; decided to repeat the fruit fair next rear the date .elected being the first Vetk in October. | A l...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 November 1894

The Islander Entered at the postoffiee in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PBICE, 91.60 per year Strictly in advance ADVERTISING BATES: Display standing ads, 25 cents per inch, per week, single eclumn measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per line per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale. etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and iv c«nts per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin: Isl''T'" must bo signed with the name of MM writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. j THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22d IAN. The Official Paper of San Joan Comity. A. J. PAXSON, Editor and Prop. California republicans are threatening to contest the election of Jim Budd for governor. The populists will contest the election of the democratic candi date for governor of Alabama. Senatorial gossip seems to be centering on Congressman Wilson, Attorney General Jones and Levi P. Ankeny. Thos. Bl...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 November 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. John H. McGraw ;7^;Vernor Frank H. Lnce Li.«'* 11!llu; state -James H. Price Secret*^ ,',_, • Qzro A Bowen St* te {T<T/neral.V. W 0 Jones Attor"lHc Instruction Chas. W. Bean Supt pub\Vissioner W T Forrest Land Com" John L Wilson Congressuiau 7".'.'.' John B Allen \ C . Senators) j' W C Squire SUPREME COURT. . , „;,.„ T J Anders Cbiei Jusuce (■ RO Dunbar ..; J P Hoyt __mcUU Justice*, j C P Styles AW I „Elmon Scott POINTY OFFICERS. . , ]^ P J B Winn Sup*no ;.f " k "".'..... Geo. A. Ellsperman County » wk John Edens Joint benaj >r...... j. E Tucker Representative ... J L Murray Recorder C.M.Tucker Treasurer ••• O. L. Carter . • .. ors J '.. J.H.Nichols Commissioner 'j' ....Wesley Warner W.H. Thacker Attorney ..Ashton W. Thomas Sheriff E w Harrison A**** C E Cantine Surveyor.-;""!" R M Wansbrougb gopt 01 »,lools" ..Dr. Geo. S. Wright gSSsigrUS Court H D Allison _: THE: San Juan County Bank FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RE^rO-SSIBIUTY, 850,000 I CLA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 November 1894

WHITWORTIfS CRIME. Reasons Given Why He Shot Chancellor Allison. FURTHER LIGHT ON THE CAUSE He Furnished the Money for Campaign !■■■■. and Was Then Ejected From His Clerk*hlp-MurdererStead- ily sinking and Expected to Die. Nashville, Term., November 17.— George K. Whitworth, who yesterday fired two bullets into his own body after killing Chancellor Allison, has been steadily sinking all day, and is expected to die before morning. Further light was thrown on the cause of the tragedy when there was filed with the County Register to-day a deed of assignment, signed by Whitworth in favor of the Fourth National Hank, in trust tosecure the payment of $6,000 due the bank by Whit worth. This leaves no doubt that Whitworth was financially involved. Allison owed him, so he claimed, about .30.000, and on the street the under standing was that this obligation was incurred by Allison in the course of the recent political campaign. It is further asserted that a part, of this amount Al lison refus...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 November 1894

VOL. 4. NO. 41. PACIFIC NORTHWEST. Condensed Telegraphic Re por ts of Late Events. BRIEF SPARKS FROM THE WIRES . (I e t of News For Easy Digestion From '"' Afferent Parts of the States of Wash- In ton, Oregon and Idaho-Items of Interest to Pacific Coast People. 1 nnie White, on trial at Spokane for order, was acqn'Hed. rv ■ #_. "Thore is any amount of borax in the 'lake beds of Okanogan county. ' Mmv farmers have been protected from future Hoods by the diking of the lover Skagit river. • \ . \ Committee of One Hundred is pro •>" Ll or Spokane by the Christian En % paving for' its' object "good government rough good citizenship." ~ .number of society people in Walla Willi ire rehearsing a drama entitled << Comrades," to be given holiday week iorthe benefit of some charitable insti tution. „ T . f eW of the veterans of the Indian w of 1850-7 in Washington met in Olvmpia recently for the purpose of se co'-jng pennons from the government for their services. The Pendleton scouri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 November 1894

The Islander Entered at the postoffiee in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, 11.50 per year .Strictly in advance ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, 25 cents per inch, per week, single eclump measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per 1 me per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to The Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29th 1894. Tbe Official Paper of San Jnan County. A. J. PAXSON, Editor and Prop. The government could dispose of at least three times the amount of; the coming issue of bonds. Czar Nicholas 11., of Russia was married to Princess Aliz, of Hesse- Darmstadr. At present the newly married couple are receiving the congratulations of the wedding guests at the palace. Breathes there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 November 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. state officers. John H. McGraw OoT«rno'-rG_V"ernorV. Frank H. Lnce Lieutenant w*e James H. Price Krewr. v •' %e — O zro A. Bowen iiyrn^ fLtruction Chas. W. Btan r_S bIIC '^oner W T Forrest Si Commissioner. John L Wilson fjngress»ian"7 John B Allen v s senators, ■,:::: * c squire supreme court. 1 * T J Anders rhie f Jußtice '("". R O Dunbar co 7 J PHoyt „,»t ( Justices, '.'Z c P Styles A» fc,Hl * I Elmon Scott roCNTY OFFICERS. . ,re J It Winn Sur'rior.' '7 ..Geo. A. Ellsperman rountvCle 1* John Edens joint *'",,;,; '"".'.:::'.'.'. J. E. Tucker Ke P re^i>" ° •- J l Murray border •'■" c Tucker •Treasurer ""_""""- C. L. Carter . or _ J "" J. H. Nichols Con:" ii--• ' }"" |7.. Wesley Warner v W.H. Thacker Attrrn-J' .Ashton W. Thomas gheritl " E W Harrison assessor C E Cantine .urveynf-...»••• -— jj M Wansbrough tupt of Schools ..Dr. Geo. S. Wright Coroner..--------"^ Court H D Allison Comn" 88 ' : THE: San Juan County Bank FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RESPONSIBILITY, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 November 1894

... _i_. „i i . in I lii i in i """r*'"Tni ra___^^_______a_s_a_B^_-^^^^^^^^ I Take no Substitute for 1 Royal no Substitute for t Royal Baking Powder. I § It is Absolutely Pure, i | All others contain alum or ammonia. g r.j~--*M.&w^#mww*ywyw*mw* wMß__Mß___B___f ___._>_t_iV_.J* • - Caawamataafm nival. The beautiful Octavia, the wife of the great general, but weak and infa mous, Antonius, was a woman of rare personal integrity and moral worth. When Antonius for the second time, and this irremediably, fell under the sway of tho incomparable fascinations of Cleopatra, Octavia not only main tained tho dignity of her husband's house and took care of her own and An tonius' children, but also those he had had by Fulvia, one of his previous wives. Of this Fulvia Plutarch slyly re marks: It was her ambition to govern those that governed and to command the lead ers of armies. It was to Fulvia that Cleopatra was obliged for teaching An tonius due submission to female author ity. He had go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 December 1894

VOL. 4. NO. 42. PACIFIC NORTHWEST. Condensed Telegraphic Re ports of Late Events. BRIEF SPARKS FROM THE WIRES , „ et of »ws For Easy Digestion From '-Different Tarts of the States of Wash [nilt'"'1" . „ (M. iron and Idaho—ltems of [iijton, h (crest to Pacific Coast People. Spokane has another daily—the Morn- '-_ "Uncle Tom's Cabin" troupe is jng ,un upon the defenseless S of Eastern Oregon. Ti.e c alem Methodists voted 76 to sin or of giving women seats as delegates Kbe general conference. a longKlistance telephone is being put connecting the various scattered JJin*ie milla ,f Whatcom county. ' -n" . Warden of the Federal peniten ,:' at McNeil's Island has asked for nioreguards, a the building is getting old and unsafe. Albany Or., is getting up a Dickens Mrnival ;at which some 100 characters will be impersonated by the youth and beauty of Linn county's metropolis. An "ordinance has passed the Spokane Council mixing the police force by the substitution of a chief and fifteen detecti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 December 1894

The Islander Entered at the postoffiee in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION TRICE, 11.50 per year Strictly in advance ADVERTISING BATES: Display standing ads, 25 cents per inch, per week, single column measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per line per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc, 10 cents per Line for first insertion and iv cents per line each week thereafter. Legal 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 good faith. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6th ISM, The Official Paper of San Joan County. A. J. PAXSON, Editor and Prop. The Seattle couucil has asked for the resignation of municipal judge Glasgow, on the ground of immoral and disgraceful conduct. fTA New York congressman has introduced a bill to repeal the in come tax. We are not quite sure as to whether or not the gentleman has an "income." Just what caused the ti...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 December 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. ___ John H. McGraw 'Governor Frank H. Lnee V' 'hi,i vof State.- -.James H. Price htH " i r.isurer - Ozro A. Bowen 6l*te iv General W C Jones AU'! Public Instruction Chas. W. Bean Commissioner ..W T Forrest L»nu, 'mM John It Wilson 4-oi.tjr^man........ John fi v s Senators, j « C Squire SUPREME COURT. .. r T,i«tipe ~ -- T J Anders Chief Justice R Q Dunba _ _ .. J J P Hoyt Associate Justices, < c P styles 1 Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. , .;,. Judge J R Winn i", ' clerk Geo. A. Ellsperman s^"-±^=iS;_a__; Joint »en*Tf„" t » Timkpr HUtlVe T T T_f J L Murray 7 r " C.M.Tucker ( l\ L. Carter - --loners, \ J.H.Nichols Commissioners, |.. Wesley Warner kitnrnpV _. W. H. Thacker A"° r [ff ey " Ashton W. Thomas *s' icr'";,7 E W Harrison A* ** ,: C E Cantine _U!-nf School.. R M Wansbroueh g u p t hUioois Dr. Geo. S. Wr .l it -sinner U S Court H D Allison . : THE : San Juan County Bank —— FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RESPONSIBILITY, *50,000 I CLARK, President; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 6 December 1894

Ep||[l__s__^ pj HpHE official reports | I ' show that no baking | M powder received an award 6 | over the Royal at the Chi- ! § cago World's Fair. !5 101 [IT g] The judge of awards on baking g li}j powder writes that the claim by g m another company to .have received gj 0 the highest award is false; that no gj p such award was given to it. js| M The Royal Baking Powder is the 1 S purest and strongest baking powder || g made, and has received the highest gj 3 award at the Great International jg 111 Expositions and Wcrld's Fairs wher- gj U ever exhibited in competition with gj -$ others. . m zi' It makes the finest, lightest, sweet- k js est, most wholesome bread, cake and !pj Ijj pastry. More economical than any id a * , ; i • „ H ft other leavening agent. gj wm in _VS. y/^^^^^iE UK /111 __»vr_®»v»- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. i_ws_vss_ji„ I ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. 'Ul?C>X_^ Washington Forty Years Ago. Compared to the Washington of tod...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 December 1894

VOL. 4. NO. 43. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Deals Largely With Report* of Departments. FEV y .EMENDATIONS MADB ,t_r_ Carlisle's Banking and Cur- S'Cret Plan Favored - Tariff Bill re iic} » ,*** N eedi »„.. i -,ti-Relation of United Wed" ' ' States Wit" the Foreign Powers. Following is the full text of President Cleveland's gage as read in congress i The assemblage within the nation's i ; htive hails of those charged with Sdoty [making laws for the .benefit ?Seroa_ and free people impres °,r V(l Buggests the exacting obligation a inpvorable responsibility involved ■iWeh -task. At the threshold of such Mr,,'., to be undertaken by the Sew of til.- United States, and in Jp discharge of an executive duty en- Sned'bv the constitution, I submit S;, communication, containing a brief Statement of the condition of our na tional affairs and recommending such legislation as seems to me necessary and expedient. The State Department. The history of our recent dealing, with other nations and our peaceful ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 December 1894

The Islander Entered at the postoffiee in Friday •larbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, t '.50 per year Strictly in advance ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, 25 cents per inch, per week, single eclumn measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per line per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc.. .0 cents per line for first insertion and 10 pots per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Titk Islandkr must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, hut as guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13th 1894. The Official Paper of San Juan County. A. J. PAXSON, Editor and Prop. Fairhaven was carried by the Populists in the late city election. Everett also swings into line. Jefferson county commissioners have agreed upon a new schedule of deputies salaries which will re sult in saving several thousand dollars each year. The Seattle Telegraph has been sold to the P-I comp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 December 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. state officers. John H. McGraw <i-,v<7";?.,;;'Governor Frank H. Luce i ' '.;,, State James H. Price S««*£ " „vr ...'. Ozro A. Bowen **'(- 'I! „' nera l W C Jones At,,,rpf.VlVc Instruction Chas. W. Btan «!.Smlssioner W T Forrest Lai" 1 Lt' 1 ' ' John L Wilson Congressman..... John fi AUen ,1 g sen-tors, | W C Squire supreme court. - , , ,-.,, T J Anders Chief Justice f ' R Q Dunbar J P Hovt iggociate Justices,-^ c p Styles A 1 Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. ... „,i.r e J li Winn Superior Juag - !.... Geo. A. Ellsperman County uot* John Edens J,,iut LSve*:". J- E. Tucker Representative.... . -J L Murray Recorder. C.M.Tucker Treasurer - ( , L Carter • iet m I. J.H.Nichols Commissioner., | Wesley Warner ...... W. Thacker Attorney [".'.....A'shton W. Thomas gheriH...- • E yf Harrison Assessor. c E Cantine fU^S 77l';'.'.'.'. R M Wansbrougb gup t 0 f bcnoois ....Dr. Geo. S. Wright gSSioggS Court H D Allison _ : THE :- San Juan County Bank FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 13 December 1894

I No Baking Powder 1 ;S Exhibited at the fa I Worlds Columbian Fair I I Tested So High 1 >gC At the U. S. Gov't Examination fa 1 For Strength, Purity and Uniformity $ 1 As the Royal. I §The official report shows ROYAL BAKING 9 {g POWDER chemically pure and yielding 160 (S g cubic inches of leavening gas per ounce of pow- # (§ der, which was greatly in excess of all others J| © and more than 40 per cent, above the average. ® 2 Royal is the favorite in every kitchen fa @ and has a larger sale than all ® g others combined. g gj ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. A naming Stream. A party of Bethany students in an at tempt to have fun Thursday night suc ceeded in scaring the town and commu nity in general. Up Buffalo creek a big gusher oil well was recently opened up, and since then great quantities of oil have been coming down that usually placid stream. About 9 o'clock Thurs day night the boys set fire to the oil in the creek with startling effect. It im mediately sprea...

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