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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 December 1894

o^MMj|jor6 et r. k. sffyxirrsrcs. Drs'*" up —t c v --' ~ the '.-.■cs Test aid gv: Tiat Ir. Sixers ct. tl*. -s-si; It frrlic jrlar Ci. toss iC scrr tt *•_ th. TiiJs, Per thU It Cirtftr-is lav. \7h&! If the -'- ■" r :-1 ASc'Ut * v .", - v ' —-,-r \ ■ -, w Ar..'. tigh tie frcte-d 7-£-^:« MaVc -,:-cf f=:T When Ci cb«r eoty £=«l W 1 , * v . -~ ft. _t. *( Ttc- i-sjjT chiid -;• r. £:>:r. with :--.sr-,- rtj-o. tsntL tie r«.-i tcv acinusi Of cur. -a* =7.-: cr-T.;-. While- di-j w-.tiis Lislittk heart E« r:o=4 Ui**th Lis true the Ir^'czxxX, A'-'." : with riad;:ss U*li uti iruns Ar:d a picture took ?» aoTrry fcrowxu C~r catcs hi. t fears *•: drown, Ani faints -f gjice, At.: Te l*, l.rkt :--r jipes Anil the blsxmff :r.ev - 1 hLprrrelsd Kv-x Year. A CHRISTMAS QUEEN". !7 MAT.THJw i' *7LI>~H LLIaMS. Atsnt Charlotte ran. rmrdily arrr«s the Lee plantation. The- nelds were ail eere. as became mid-Dcocmbcr Yet :n the Sewer garden r:«•:•». pansies and chrysanthemasss were raj:'.'.- unfold- »n ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 December 1894

lEATTLE'S TRADE. elate it tin' two illustrations ap i, ji IL ''iiij- p ige will show a growth Scati tring tlio last two decades |~in | ilelled in tin' histories of en. }'>■■■ an isolated hamlet of 5(10 |,|,> i i modern and magnificently It in - "l ()s,Oiiii people, with all tin; v.' nee 3of tin* larger Eastern cities, 1 n in twenty yearsl Phenomenal it is, the growth of the trade and i l ice of the city in still more phe i ,e11:11. From two or three small l-goes of lutnlier sent eoastwise in 1 M7<l a total of sixty millions of dollars in i»4, and extending to Australia, South lierica, the Orient, Europe, Africa and over the commercial world, such is B history of Seattle's trade. Seattle has the world for her tield, 111 she is making rapid strides toward copying her territory I rade with e Sandwich Islands is now thoroughly tablished and rapidly developing. Our idc with the Orient has attained eon lerahle proportions, and promises inifull 1 increase. Our trade with ntral and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 December 1894

AGKN 'T'LTLRAL IMPLEMENTS WE ARE OFFERING Special Bargain? M'llltlllill lllllilillli'lltx K'.r th- ii-xi •I a > - MITCHELL. LEWIS & STAVER CO 308 Commercial St.. SEATTLE, WASH ATT» >RNKY< J UN II V1.1.F.N ' H P"WELL : A ' A LI.P.N ALLEN & POWELL .11 TOk S'E i'S A TLA ll' Rooms 4WT Dexter Horton Co. Batik Building Telephone 555 Seattle. Wash. hanks A. A. DEJWV, Pre*. W M I.ADD, V-Prw. S II LATIMER. M ::M-r K R. VaNTI Vi. .-I, F untied /HC IC '/Jted I' •',* Dexter Horton & (Jo. BANKERS Cap it tl St.' >ck 5-'" -*■* > Surplus 5-' *■- • oMcst Banking Institution in the State. SEATTLE. WASH. \ M V KIM • J. HN B \ KN u I \\ KVV.U'.K H. F !• A The Merchaat: htiml V.ii of §eattle t V^ as^' ngton. Capital. $200,000. "©epov.tar - /. THR Puget Sound National Bank < >f St.- itt It. Capital and Surplus, 650,000. A • ii i: AM' M<« A K. N»«»N A XKI. 11. -r:Ki:-• ' i.i'ui' r. THE^ Scandinavian American Bank. Capital $75,000. Authorized Capital. $500,000. reive* mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 December 1894

I Cost. Bp' y Grocery Company I,\m< >1 l I' "'J RETAIL. wL) • Morgan's ■i e Br.i i i-esli Oysters. ■ iiOST BOSTON BLOCK. ■ nf j I xattlc, Wash. PsH Vour Cromer por It KASS «Sc CO. 111. .-I |• I I 1 {iinri'i'it's. |'r»\i>ivns and I'mhliiit. KONEST GOODS JONEST WEIGHTS LOW PRICES TRY ITS. L„n,n. pt><- \N r*l >1 .Seattle. Wash. L. H. Newman < . KM >c* K K. Importer and Dealer 111 Fine Groceries and Provisions. ■in. T.-a and Coff>'t's .i Specialty W Mill.l - \l.l \M» lil I All. Holiday Trade Soiic ted. Send tor Price List. Mil. <>u I runt direct. Iri. Marion mill Madison. Seattle. NNnsh. RAT . . . TWIN BROTHERS' BWEAKF \SI Ml SU The Klnß of Table Food. BEST IN QUALITY RICHEST IN FLAVOR CHEAPEST IN PRICE SOLD BY THE GROCERS : : 2 FOR 25c BIBECTIONS ON EACH PACKAGE R. h. Bennett, |(j j" ,*A • A.'t *O r Was* ; «3d S* S- ittin * ii \Kii\v.\i:i. N. H. THEDINGA & CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers ■■MIH HARDWARE VOlfjUgHM CUTLERY TOOLS llluUg£tt|ggijß tin an...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 December 1894

COAL. [I'-.uttnutd /rowt I*t Pap* mineral production of the country for 18'.'3, shows that the total production of coal in Washington during that year wasI.264.STT short ton-, the sj--t value of which |2.92X876. Tin- f..1l wing is quoted from the rei«:>rt: "By an in crease over the output in ls9o of a little more than one thousand tons. Washing ton attained in IS!';: its largest produc tion of coal. The increase - <ver 1 892 was 51,450 short tons. The average price per ton was advanced from 12.28 t052.31. increasing the total value f1'7.239. The increased promotion was due to ex tended developments in some of the old mines in King and Pierce counties and the opening of some new ones, mention of which was made in the report for 1892. The output f>r Kittitas county decreased and no rej-.rt wa- made from Thurston county. The coal mint* >>f the state gave employment to 2.757 men during 1">93. as against 2,">64 in W2: and were operate'! an average of 24! days, a 4 co...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 December 1894

VOL. IX. OFFICIAL HEGISTEK AIIKKDKKN CITY (lOVICRN'MUNT. Mayor Clyde B. Weatherwax Treasurer W. B. Mack Clerk A. W. Bush Attorney W. O. MeKinlay Health Oflicer C. It. Bell Marshal Win. l'earson l'olico Justice S. J. White Council—S. K. Bowes, I'. F. Clark, J. A. Hood, Dave Kieth, L. J. Kolts, S. B. Linn, Alex. Young. U. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for llie port of Grays llarbor, D. G. Haight, Aberdeen. CIIKIIAI.IS COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor (ieo. W. Boyington I'lerk I. E. Lyons Treasurer J. G. Lewis Sheritl' J. A. Graham Attorney ]). Schofield Assessor .1. W. Bunn Coroner Win. Anstie Supt. of Schools J. A. Ilutchcson Surveyor O. I'. Burrows Commissioners —l'eter Autzen, J. O. Coy, J. O. Wilson. y c. cross, ATTORNEY AT I.AW. Will practice in state and Federal Courts. Aherdeen, Wash. J TOO AX & McGKRRY, ATTORXEYS AND COUNESILORS. Offices over Aberdeen Bank. Ahkudkkn, • - - Washington. SOCIETIES. A A F. A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, . * Xo. 52. Regular conununkMi ons * m ,e Second and F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 December 1894

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, December 27, 1894-. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON. TEttMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year 12.00 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the pixtofficu at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Xotiees of births, marriaces or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county. Short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. SUBSTITUTE CURRENCY BILL. Chairman Springer, of the house finance committee, has introduced a sub stitute for the Carlisle currency bill which modifies and strengthens the vital parts of the original measure. The few days' discussion has shown wherein the bill was weakest, and it was thought preferable to introduce a substi tute rather than a number of amend ments. The substitute makes the opera tiou of the law upon the national banks now in exist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 December 1894

brief mention. Kills' paradise at Crowthcr's. Fresh fruit always 011 liainl at Rein lioth Bros.' Tlic place for baby shoes is at Jeff's ; all sizes anil color*. ('. K. Burrows went to Seattle yester day on a busines trip. Fresh bread daily at Alicrdeen Bakery. Four loaves for 25 ccnts. Five and ten cent goods a specialty at Crowthcr's Central Bazar. Boy Wanted —To learn the printing trade. Apply at this otlice. 1,. L. Maley went to Tacoma yesterday morning for a few days' pleasure trip. The bond of A. W. Strange arrived last week, lie takes possession January first. A large line of sheet music at Mrs. M. Cramuiatte's only ten cents. Send for catalogue. [4t A handsome line ot suitable Christmas presents may be found at Kaufman's. Mrs. Uunn and Miss Caldwell returned Monday from attendance at the Cook- Stiles wedding. Dr. Lackey has a dozen first class Brown Leghorn cockerels, Nisson strain, for sale cheap. 2t A. J. Kroencrt left for Seattle this morning on a business trip, and will r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 December 1894

three turkeys. Three turkey- rame sorr- wing homo to roost-** Home to r<tost as th«- son went down. thought f the u>ual Christmas b«x>3t I hat th< poultry trad** w« .uld receive in town. F'-.r birds must fatten, And men must oat, An i th- juicy worm Mak-the best of white moat, Po what is the u.se of bemoaning? Three forms through the dark'ning barnvard stalk With axes as sharp as sharp can be. There's a scuffle* of wings, a smothered squawk- Three gobblers are sailing the jasper sea. For birds may flutter, But cooks rnuat kill And pile the Christ- Mas table until The festive board is groaning. Three corpses lay in the morning light On the kitchen dresser all ready to roast. They are trimmed and skewered and rammed full tight With sage and with everything else almost. For "turks" must sizzle And change to brown, And if there's a turkeyless Man in town I've a bird that I don't mind loaning. —San Francisco Examiner. CHRISTMAS MIRACLE. Once upon a time—it was so long ago tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 January 1895

VOL. IX. OFFICIAL REGISTER AIIERDEEN CITY GOVERNMENT. Mayor Clyde Is. Weatherwax Treasurer W. 1?. Mack Clerk A. \V. Hush Attorney W. O. MeKinlay Health Otlicer C. 11. Bell Marshal Win. l'earson Police Justice 8. J. White v/ouucil—S. K. Bowes, I'. F. Clark, J. A. llood, Dave Kieth, L. J. Kolts, fcs. B. Linn, Alex. Young. U. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the |iort ol Grays Harbor, D. G. llaight, Aberdeen. CIIKIEAI.IB COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor Geo. W. Bovlngton Clerk I. E. Lyons Treasurer J.G. Lewis Sheriff i. A. Graham Attorney D. Schofield Assessor .1. W. Bunn Coroner Win. Anstie Supt. of Schools J. A. Hutcheson Surveyor O. I'. Burrows Commissioners—l'eter Autzen, J. O. Coy, J. O. Wilson. y o. cross, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. Aberdeen, Wash. JJQC.AN & McGKRKY, ATTORNEYS AND COUNESILORS. Offices over Aberdeen Bank. Aberdeen, - - - Washington. SOCIETIES. cv A F. & A. M.—Aberdeen Lodge, No. 52. Regular cominuuiea- Hons 011 the Second and Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 January 1895

Aberdeen Herald. !e c . ■ c \ lmirsriay, .laniurv 18^5. c iSjl'Eli EVERY THI'RiDAY < JAMES F. GIRTON . TEBXJ or JCBSCBIPTIOS: I One year J 'OO ■ S.x mouth* J' A yi Three mouths ,5e 1 Advertising rate- ou Application. huteret a: the j stofii e at Aberdeen. W«h„ ft? second class :uai'. matter. 1 I. Notices of 1 ir:hs. marriaces deaths printed free. Correspondence desire 1 from all parts of I the eo-iii'y. sr. r: . tu-.u.::;.. ations on topics o. pui'.ii; interest, when accompanied tythe name of the writer. « I* inserted, tr.e name : preferrahiy l .it uot necessarily for publication. 1 WHAT OF THE YEAR? Another year has past and gone, with it# labors. its ttials, its successes and its disappointments, and a new one stops in with its promises and its hopes. What of the old year, and what of the new? Has the old beer, more kind than the preeed- j ing one? We think it has. Will the new j l\? more kind than the old? The indiea-1 tions are that it will. Our pessimistic friend of the Econ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 January 1895

IEF MENTION. fruit always 011 hand at Rehi res.' jV. ('. Clark visits friends in Con is week. •lace for baby shoes is at Jkfp's; nnd colors. bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. ws for 25 cents. y.\NTKi>—To learn tbe printing \pply at this oflico. eys McKinlay and Itell went up isano yesterday on business, el Mrs. W. A. Crandell and Kuth ctcd this evening or tomorrow, e line of sheet music at Mrs. M. tte's only ten cents. Send for 1. [4t Ga/./.am, special agent for the ißuratico company, was in town lilackwell, the (Jrand Forks log in town yesterday, returning county seat. • lev. W. 11. Jennings, of Monte !l assist in the revival services at lodist church next week. want anything, from a souviner a sewing machine, you can get sending us a club of subsuri hers Kit A I.I). fine Shavo arid Hair to Redinger's Shaving where you can also lliards FREE. tlio Aberdeen I'.aUery for fresh ces and pies, fruits and nuts, il tobaccos; manufacturers of y and plant candies. * >rgo Potter, of Au Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 January 1895

GHOSTS OF THE SEA. 8A LCSS DKSAD TO SEE THE SHIPS THAT NEVER SAILED. An Old bait Tclli of Hi* lint rtp— With a Phantom Ship—While m Terri ble Hnrrlcwt Bowls Ik Rides Easily With All Sails Set. "These tales ol the ships that nfcver tamo back arc sad enough, bat It's the ship that never went out, tho ghosts of tho sea, that give the sailor man a creepy feeling when he meets them cmt vrhero the ■waves arc rolling high and the winds art- singing funeral songs." The speaker was Mate Bob who has followed the sea as boy and man for nearly 50 years. surrounded t>y a gronp of interested listeners In the public room of the Sailors' Happy home in South street, Mate Bob, as all the i sailors call him, was telling stories of strange sights that he has witnessed at sea. Ailing Is now mate of a coastwise ; fishing schooner, but in the old days ho ! sailed in some of the largest trading ships | and the strongest whalers that ever i sailed out of an American port flying the stars and stripes. "As...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 January 1895

■>L IX. OFFICIAL REGISTER ABERDEEN CITY GOVERNMENT. vor Clyde B. Weatlierwax usurer W. IJ. Muck rk A. W. Bush orne.v W. O. McKinlay ilth Officer C. li. Bell rfilial Win. l'earson Ice Justice 8. .1. White otiieil —S. K. Bowes, P. F. Clark, J. !lood, Dave Kietli, L. J. Kolts, 8. B. n, Alex. Young. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for port of Grays Harbor, D. G. Haiglit, irtleeii. CIIEIIAI.IB COUNTY OFFICIALS. litor Geo. AV. Boyington rk J. E. Lyons usurer J. G. Lewis riti" J. A. Graham irney D. Schofleld essor J. W. Bunn oner Wm. Anstie t. of Schools J. A. Hutcheson vcyor O. P. Burrows linissioners—Peter Ant /.en, J. O. Coy, If!©. Wilson. CROSS, * ATTORNEY AT LAW. Spill practice in .Stntc ami Federal Courts. Aberdeen, Wash. IPG AN «fc McGKKRY, ATTORNEYS AND COUNESILORS. unices over Aberdeen Bank. SAkkdkrn, - - - Washington. SOCIETIES. HA 4 F. & A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, -*»■• No. 52. Regular communiea f*ous 011 >c Second and Fourth Wm/\ Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. m. N Visit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 January 1895

Aberdeen Herald. IllurstJay, January Hj, IJJ9S IssCED EVERY THt'KsDAY BY J A ME- F. GIRTON. TEI'.Mr" OF SCBSCKIPTION: One year ... $2.00 Sixwonths. . I.GO Three months .SO Advertising rates ou ai»plication. Entered at the poitoßcc at Aberdeen, Wash., a? second class mail matter. Notieea of birl.s, marrla.-es or death- printed free. Correspondence desired from ail parts of the county. Short communications o:i topi< s of public Interest, when accompanied by the name of tlie writer, will be inserted, the name preferably hut not necessarily f <r publication. RAILROAD RATES. The regulation of freight rates will be one of the important questions to be con sidered by the state legislature. Severe competition has given low through rates, over which the legislature has no control, but the almost entire absence of compe tition in local rates has given to the pro ducers of this state, for local transporta tion, exorbitant rates. The suggestion of the Press-Times of a rate of a cent a ton...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 January 1895

h> I I 1" 3F EN ; i.OiN. L'.icl Ci'hc ' L !•'. IliU' r. .Ed ' -11. I. -t lesli fruit always on liai .1 at Kein- I'.ros.' '8. Klston went tn Mon l -sano Mon- ' morning c place for baby shoes is at-I i:ri"'s; [cs anil colors". 11. Million tin* down from Montc last owning. >.-di bread daily at A 1 erilcen Bakery. | loaves for cents. puty Sherill' 1' . N. Whitney was in Monday evening. L'. l'earson went u|> to the county 3U business Tuesday. large line of sheet music at Mrs. M. imatte's only ten cents. Send for >guo. i.nty inches of snow is reported to fallen around Oakville la.! week, re logs and shingle holts are being car I'orter this w inter than for many _ •i Sargent at the Value.' I lute! is a ce of a good square meal an 1 a so'.t tf W. llodgdon, Ho.|u:awV tviiial icratic attorney, pas-ed ihi■ -ugh on By to the cou.itv seat M.aiday. It. i M. Kellogg accompanied j b hi-- studie in tlu Vniversity. pie made comlorters I r ale by (). | p-rcnce. Cheap as n-sidy n:ado and s ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 January 1895

A irRAND COACBtMi HE 15 AT Tr-H HEAD OF THE LOR 3 VAYOR C- .ONCCN'S STABLE. A f:tg Man Physically and In Other Re spect.*— Tilt Carriage and Hers.*—Lord Mayor* May Come and Go, but the Coachman It a Fixture. An antediluvian spectacle wi; pre pared for me in the stables of the I yrd may or cf London. la a vast courtyard an enormous carriage aide of gold, to which were harnessed sis magnificent br:wu horses; harness ornamented with massive copper, chilled by an artist, if net with taste at least with a great deal of care, and 3 multitude of ribbons and cockades of a ch-:rry color. the -eat, six feet above the earth, the coachman, but what a coachman, my friends! A coachman the breed of which ha? he-en lost since the rime of L:uis XIV, He wore a wig with a sex tuple line of carls symmetrically ar ranged, had a bicornertd hat on his h ad. and he wore his livery as Welling ton afr-.r Waterloo must have worn his ur.ifrm. His livery has a grand air. It is black an : geld The frock is too o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 January 1895

■. IX OLTU IA I, REGISTER I_ < ITY HOVEKNMKST. r James A. llood liter W. I*. Alack A. W. Husli Hoy W. (). McKinlay h Officer C. li. licil nil John Steen i Justice S. J. White ncll —S. K. Bowes, B. J. Garman, junn, N. (i. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, Tanner, Alex. Young. I'oputy Collector of Customs for irt of Grays Harbor. Peter Autzen, eeii. CIIKIIAI.IS COI'NTY OFFH'IAI.S. jr C. E. Sackett I. K. Lyons irer J.U. Lewis r I. A. Graham ley r. 15. Bridges lor Seth Warien er C. A. lleardslev Df Schools J. A. Ilntcheson Iror O. I'. liurrows issioners—Win, Anstie, J.O. Coy, . Kirkaldie. H CROSS, * * ATTORNEY AT LAW. ill State and Federal Courts. ■ Aberdeen, Wash. & McGERRY, and couxesilors. I I Offices over Aberdeen Bunk. Hi) K F.N, Washington. 1,4 F. it A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, Xo. 52. Regular communica tions on the Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. m. Visiting brothers cordially invited, jy order of K. E. Eaton, W. M. SEN LODGE NO. 81, A. <>. U. W. i in A. O. U. W. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 January 1895

Aberdeen Herald. rUursJay. .January 17, 1BS»5 ISSUED EYEIiY TUI'KSDA V JAMES F. tiIRTOX. TERM* uF SCnaCHIFTIOS: One year 12.00 Six mouths 1.00 Three moatht 50 A Ivert.Mnc rati sou r.■}■".:• ition. Euterel at the po-totfiee :l " Aberdeen, Wash., as seeon i class mail mattvr. Notiees of bir:l s. mnrriaces or death* printed free. Correspondence denre 1 from alt parts *»f the conntjr. Short communications on topic* of public interest, \\ hen accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not neeCMWily for publication. THE SILVER PROBLEM I'nnquestionably the reopening of our , mints to the coinage of silver upon some basis is now the question of greatest im- j portance to the people, and as the two i great parties take their position on this ; subject so must they stand or fall accord ing as they are in the right or wrong, j They have both stood on the fence the | past few years waiting to see which was , going to be the popular side to jump, but; now t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 January 1895

mE V MENTION. trili always on hand at Hein ! hundred dozen eggs were shipped I,lead daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Ingham, "I the Bulletin force, is relatives in Seattle this week. isseiiger train was two hours late afternron, owing to the floods. aigent at tiie Pdace lintel is as i,f a g i id square meal and a soft all house in Highland Home belonging to Clinton Boyce, was Yidav night. ■ line of sheet music at Mrs. M. tte's only ten cents. Send for . K. F.vans and daughter Mamie I'ortland, Or., Tuesday, to visit ir a few weeks. 'asti:i>—To learn the printing ! Vpply at this office. lal receipts of the land office of J rict for the quarter ending l*e-; 1. were ifd.-ISI .WS. tiles has been engaged to jl at Mortis, which begins the I* in March. I Mrs. M. I'. Trask returned to pti'lio tliis morning, after a two Mi-it in Aberdeen. $)|}c made comforters for sale by O. Bvnce. Cheap as ready made and Hb good. Will alio bo made to or- B goods stolen from Ande.'son & Bieht's tailor shop we...

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