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The Islander
CULVKK BROS., Publishers!
Entered at the postoffice 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
ple eclumn measurement.
Reading business locals, and notices,
such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents
per line for fl'st insertion and 5 cents per
fine each week thereafter.
Legal notices, nt customary legal rates.
All communications to The Islander
, must be signed with the name or the
writer, not necessarily for publication,
but as a sruarantee of good faith.
The Official Paper of San Jnan County.
THURSDAY. APRIL, 7th, 1898.
WAB OB PJEACK.
It now seems probable that before an
other issue of The Islander is pub
lished, and possibly even before this
one reaches a considerable portion of its
readers, war with Spain will have been
declared or all immediate danger of
euch a struggle will have passed. The
tension of the past few weeks has been
tremendous. The patience and forbear
ance of Congress and of the people has
been remarkable under the most trying
circumstance?, and upon the president
and bis immediate advisers has rested
a burden of anxiety and responsibility
which has had no parallel since the
dark days preceding the civil war.
The country has not lacked for exhibi
tions of pyrotechnic oratory both in
and out of Congress, or for warlike out
bursts from journals whose chief mis
sion seems to be to inflame the public
mind regardless of consequences. But
on the whole the government and the
country generally has given to the
world an exhibition of patience and
conservatism of the highest order,
coupled with a degree of firmness and
dignity which has challenged the re
spect and |admiration of old world na
tions which are seldom inclined to
praise anything connected with the ad
ministration of government in the
United States. The genus jingo is
abroad in the land and his voice is
raised for war, but we may well be
thankful that the course of events has
thus far been dominated by a stronger
and worthier influence which makes
for peace. This great conservative
sentiment was most worthily repre
sented in Congress a few days ago by
Congressman Johnson, of Indiana, in a
just and fearless speech in the course of
which he said:
"My voice has been and still Is for peace.
Whether it be proper or not, I do not atop or
care. I am opposed to war, war with its de
vastating consequences, war which involves a
vast expenditure of public money, which in
volves burdens of taxation to be paid by the
people, which involves the Issuing of paper
money, which involve* a period of wild specula
tion; war which, while it affords opportunities
for exalted patriotism and heroic devotion to
the flag, at the same time ;opens up an oppor
tunity for the cormorant, who always preys
upon the vitals of the government and seeks to
take advantage of its necessity. lam opposed
to that condition of affairs which would take
away the flower of the American people, which
would put women in the garments of mourning,
And which would bring to our unwilling ears
the voice of the orphan. I would go to war only
as a last resort. I woald not sacrifice precious
American lives except that our quarrel should
be a just one, and the first [gun would bring
•very American citizen to the support of his
country's flag; that would carry with it the
moral support of the civilized world."
And James Hamilton Lewis —
"Lewis, of Washington, sah!"—(great
Caesor!) with his hair and his whiskers
parted in the middle and his trouser a
nicely creased, had the affrontry to say
that the country is suffering from "too
much Johnson," and eveu to attempt
to make political capital out of the
slanderous charge of sensational news
papers that the administration pro
poses to accept a money indemnity
from Spain for the murdered sailors of
the Maine. The country is not suffer
ing from "too much Johnson," but
there is at least one state that is suffer
ing from too much Lewis.
A fruit cannery seems to be among
the possibilities of the near future at
Whatcom. The location is one of the
best that could be selected in Western
Washington and it would seem that
there could hardly be a doubt of the
success of such an enterprise if con
ducted honestly, economically and ef
ficiently. Under proper management
it could count with safety upon a large
supply of all the fruits which are pro
duced so abundantly and successfully
iv this county.
The Islander extends its most cor
dial congratulations to Judge Tucker
upon his peaceful inauguration, in these
troublous times, as postmaster-general
of Friday Harbor. It is simply in
keeping with his well-known charac
teristics that he is neither "puffed up
with pride" nor bowed down with the
weight of his new honors and responsi
bilities. He will do a cash business
and will sell stamps, etc., at the same
old prices whether singly or in job lots.
If James Hamilton Lewis bad re
turned from his late invasion of Canada
with a halo of glory upon his head and
the spoils of victory in his well-gloved
hands he might possibly have been
constituted a committee of one to pacify
both Spain and Cuba. But James
didn't come back that way.
Thr time has passed when an set
tlement of the Cuban trouble can be
effected with the approval of this coun
try that does not involve the absolute
Independence ■, of Cuba from Spanish
'$ rule. -• " '-'•"••- •■ *>.<:: >;; :
Thb press dispatches report a shock
ing occurrence in Ban Francisco last
Thursday. It was an earthquake.
JJQW license, high license or an at-
The cause of lie-tea is
credulity.
Schillings Best
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For sale by
W. E. Sutherland. Picas, Wash.
tempt at prohibition— do the
people of San Juan county want?
Parties in Spain.
The mass of the country people, the
vast majority of the inhabitants of
Spain, would never vote at all of their
own free will. In the towns there are
those who take, as far as writing and
speaking go, a lively interest in politics,
but with them it evaporates in words.
Time was when there were two great
governing forces at work in Spain—
those two great mediaeval powers
which a barbarous people can realize—
the king and the church. Today they
are not destroyed, but divided against
themselves, or against one another.
The old royalist sentiment is split be
tween the ruling dynasty and the Car
lists. The church sympathizes in its
heart with the lost cause. Therefore
it is kept at arm's length by the victor.
It can intrigue, it can worry a Dar
winian professor out of his chair, but
it cannot govern. There is no govern
ing class in Spain. The aristoracy
destroyed its own power centuries ago,
when it refused to pay taxes because ifr*
rendered military service, and allowed
itself to be extruded from the Cortes
which met to vote the taxes. A strong
ruling line might havesupplied the coun
try with a vigorous despotism. But the
air of Spain has been fatal to its dy
nasties. The Hapsburgs ended with
an idiot. The Bourbons have sunk
to cretinism.—Black wood's Magazine.
Beamtr I* Blood Deep.
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and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, —beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 00c.
DEER HARBOR SPRATS.
Mr. W. M. Milne is preparing to
build a large barn.
Farmers are sowing and planting
seeds for the coming crops.
Mr. Peterson is seriously ill and it is
thought she will not recover.
Mr. W. A. Wakefield, of Whatcom,
is at his farm here for the purpose of
selling some of his stock.
Mr. Thomas Wakefield sold a large
scow of wood, last week, to the Roche
Harbor Lime Company.
The man of peace and many joys
Is the one on Turtleback mountain,
who has three little boys.
Mr. George Derly has bought a fine
horse. He aims to drift into the sheep
business at his mountain ranch.
Deer Harbor of late haa been shocked
from center to circumference. It is easy
to go to law or war, but the Lord only
knows what the end may be.
Miss Nellie Milne, of the Fairhaven
high school, came home on account of
sickness, though at this writing she is
improving. Her many friends wish
her a speedy recovery. Bustler.
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HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common glass with urine
and let it stand twenty-four hours; a sedi
ment or settling indicates an unhealthy
condition oi the kidneys. When urine
stains linen it is evidence of kidney troub
le. Too frequent desire to urinate or pain
in the back, is also convincing proof that
the kidneys and bladder are out of order.
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills
every wish in relieving pain in the back,
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of the most distressing cases. If you need
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Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and
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upon receipt of three two-cent stamps to
cover cost of postage on the bottle. Men
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send your address to Dr. Kilmer <fc Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y. The proprietors of
this paper guarantee the genuineness of
this offer
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eceema.
The intense itching and smarting, inci
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Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
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NOTICE TO SETTLERS.
Settlers desiring to make final proof on
their claims can make their application by
writing to the Islandsb for information,
thus saving a trip to the county seat, the
only trip needed being on the day of final
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-1b 0 Petition for Dlicliirge ud
Fin&l Settlment.
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, for San Juan County.
IN PROBATE.
In the matter of the estate of Philip
H. Fosnot, deceased.
J. M. C. Warren, administrator of the
estate of Philip H. Fosnot, deceased, hav
ing on the 19th day of March, A. D. 1888.
presented to the Superior Court of said
county, and filed herein his final account
and asking that his final account rendered
and filed herein, be examined, and if the
same be found true and correct, and that
the said Administrator has full j discharg
ed his trust in the administration of said
estate, that he and his sureties be dis
charged from all liabilities hereinafter to
be incurred.
Wherefore, it is hereby ordered that
Tuesday, the 26th day of April, A. D. 1898,
at 2 o'clock p. m., of said day, at the Court
room of the court house, in Friday Har
bor, San Juan County, Washington, be
and the same is hereby fixed and appoint
ed as the time and place for the hearing of
said petition and for the examination ot
said Administrator's final account, and
any person interested in said estate may
appear and contest the discharge of said
Administrator.
And it is hereby further ordered that
notice of such hearing and settlement
shall be given by posting notice thereof,
not less than 30 days before the day set for
said hearing, in three of the most public
places in said county, and by publishing
a similar notice in the Sax Juan Island
er, a weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished and in general circulation in said
county.
That said notice shall set forth the name
of the estate, the name of the administra
tor and time and place appointed for the
hearing of said petition and settlement of
said accounts.
Done in open court this 21st day of
March, 1896. J. P. HOUSER, Judge.
State op Washington, )
COUNTY OF SAN JUAN. j
I, E. H. Nash, Clerk of the Superior
Court in and for the County of San Juan,
State of Washington, holding terms at
Friday Harbor, do hereby certify that the
above is a true copy of the original order
fixing tiuie and place of hearing petition
as the same appears on record in my office,
f—^—,) WITNESS my hand and the
< seal. \ Stal of said Court, this 22ua
(>—v—'j day of March, 1898.
E. H. Nash,
Clerk of Superior Court.
W. H. Th acker, attorney for adminis
trator.
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No. 2726.—
Notice of Application to Purchase Tide
Lands. '
Offioe of Commissioner of Public Lands I
: Olympia, Washington. J
Notice is hereby given that Peter T.
Morriss, of Doe Bay, Washington, filed
an application in . this office to pur
chase the following described Tide Lands,
of the second class, situate in San Juan
county, Washington, towit:
All Tide Lands of the second class
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in front of, adjacent to or abutting upon
that portion of the United States govern
ment meander line described as follows:
I:—Commencing at a point where the
east boundary line of Lot 5, Section 2,
Township 36 North of Range 1 West in
tersects said meander line. Thence along
said meander line southwesterly in front
of said Lot 5 a distance of One (1) chain.
Commencing at a point on said me
ander line which is 5.11 » chains north 7°
west of where the line between Lots 5 and
6, said section, township and range, inter
sects said meander line; thence from said
initial point along said meander line south
7° east 8.41 chains; thence south 6*i° east
4.49 chains, having a total frontage on said
Lots 5 and 6 of 12^0 chains.
£ 3:—Commencing at the meander corner
between fractional sections 2 and 8 and
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easterly along said meander line I a dis
tance of 15.32 chains for I point of begin
ning. Thence from said point of begin
ning north 71|° east 2 f chains and I thence
north 344°. east 3 : chains, having a total
frontage of 5 chains measured along said
meander line. v
The three descriptions, taken together,
having y. a \ total \ frontage of 18.90 chains
measured along said meander line and
being in front of Lots 5 and \6, Section 2,
Township 36 North of Range 1 West of
the Willamette Meridian, according to
certified copy of Surveyor General's field
notes filed with said application March 14,
1868.
Any person desiring to protest against
said application may do so within thirty
days from and after date of first publica
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Date of first publication this 24th day of
March, 1806. Robxbt Bbidoks.
'rv:,-:\.:.:. Commissioner of Public Lands.
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5 Our $10.00 OVERCOATS will be closed out at $7.60 £
g Our 7.50 OVERCOATS will be closed out at 5.00 g
2 Our 5.00 PANTS will be closed out at 3.00 ?
g Our 10.00 SUITS will be closed ont at 7.50 §
2 Oar 7.50 SUITS will be closed out at 5.00 ?
9 Fine Lino of BOYS SUITS at $2.50 g
2 The above line of goods are all first class and will stand - the closest in-
. spection. Call and examine them for yourself. 5|
A FINE LINE OF HANDSOME . S
I LAMPS and CHILDREN'S GOODS |
X ...........NOW ON SALE AT MY STORE! W
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HOTEL STEVENS—
SteTens * Grant, Proprietors.
The most couveuiently located hotel in the city. Tiro blocks from
depots, and close to all the principal steamer landings.
COBWB FIBBT ATIHPI Alfo MABIOIff STBmCT.
Equipped with all modern conveniences. Nearly all rooms face on
street and are large and well lighted. Prices reasonable.
SEATTLE, WASH.
isSfc^ BORN
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For more than fifty-six years it has never failed in
its weekly visits to the homes of farmers and
villagers throughout the United States.
IT HAS faithfully labored for their prosperity and happiness, for the
. improvement of their business and home interest, for education,
for the elevation of American manhood and true womanhood.
IT HAS told at the fireside, interesting and instructive stories of the
doings of the world, the nation and states. S :••
IT HAS advised the farmer as to the most approved methods of culti
vating and harvesting his crops,/'and the proper time to convert
them into the largest possible amount of money. ,
IT HAS led in all matters pertaining to the welfare of farmers and
villagers, and for over half a century has • held -\ their . confidence
and esteem.
It is the NEW YOEK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, and we furnish it with
THE SAN JUAN ISLANDER, one year for $1.50, cash
Address aU Ordws to"THE ISLANDEB.
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Best, Tribune Baflding, New York City, ana a sample copy ot THE
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