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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 June 1895

iIEWASHARDTOBEAT A SLY CLD WGODCH'JCK AND HIS ENEMY. ■. :j& Xsla&d I'armer Relate* 111 a Experl inc;- With a Chatk That Had Become Sr-.ai t Tl»ron&li Close Touch With Civilisation. ' Speakin of woodchucks, 1 ' said an lM Long Island farmer tha other day, "reminds mo of some curious incidents with 'em. 'Twarn't more'n' 50 years ugr- when they was thick as flies on this island, an we ate them instead of rab bits an made mufflers and mittens out ot their skins. They was mighty warm, too, those old wcodchuck mittens an mufflers. When a man wanted a big fel low, he only had to walk down into the nearest field an take his pick out of two or three. They was so plentiful that it was no trouble to kill 'em. But they have been killed off now so that there ain't many more roun. Onct in awhilo a big fellow brings up a litter into tho lower clover lot an we have to root 'em out. "Ever hunt woodchucks? Waal, it ain't much if they be young ones. If you wait long enough, you'll catch th...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 June 1895

VOL. IX. OFFICIAL REGISTER ABERDEEN CITY COVKHNMUNT. JlllllO9 A. Hood & W. 15. Muck S A. W. Bush Lv W. O. Mt-Kin lay SbOtficcr C. R. Hell SS-. « o i n vv t K < ; n Police Justice — • >. J. AN lute Council —K. Bowes, B. J. Garman, i Vfiunn, N. G. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, r'H Tanner, Alex. Young. r > Deputy Collector of Customs for tbtport of Grays Harbor, Peter Autzen, ilfrfeen. CIIEHAI.IH COUNTY OFFICIALS. Jjjitor C. E. Sackett flerk J - Lyons treasurer .J. G. Lewis sheriff J. A. Graham Attorney J; Bridges Seth \\arien Coroner C. A. Beardsley japt. of Schools J. A. Hutchcson O. P. Burrows Win. Anstie, J. O. Coy, ,i,D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. » I F. i A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, A. So. 52. Regular commuuica- Vjy tions oil the Second and Fourth JvA Tuesday of each month tit 7:30 p.m. IY ' Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. I J. Kolo, Sec. . BKKDEEN LODGE NO. 81, A. O. U. W. A Meets in A. O. U. W. Hall Friday evening cfesoh week, at 7:80 o'clock. Soj...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 June 1895

AI;. i Herald. ]iiui-ii.iy. June 13, lo9j. ' KVKKY TJIUR--DAY BY FAMES F. GIRTOX. OF * inscription : ( $2.00 1.00 '1 hr« • months 00 * '« ' r •.-> - ..:i .i;«plifatir»n. K!i *c r•1 i* • ...• ii»• ._• , t t Aberdeen, Wash., ftj s « on i < ; matter. Not!' «"f ; iru.s, mar:i !.'• sor death* printed fr . < • "i. b :ice desire 1 from ail purrs of the county. Short communications on topic* of j.-I!)'.. ■■ int. r- -r, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably b .t not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City of Aberdeen, THE COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS. The repprt of Auditor Sackett to the commissioner.-, showing the financial condition of the county,should lie studied carefully by every taxpayer. The bonded and outstanding indebtedness is as fol lows : General fund warrants, 10 p. c. int.. $ 27,699 53 Interest on same up to June 30 . . ».,voi t>4 Gen-mil fund warrant, * p. o. int 17,i"»0 '•* Inter, st on same up to June 30 l.Vil ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 June 1895

gmin fed ....MEATS JAMES BARRETT. HKHON STUKET, " " " WASH. ,IBUY » YOUi pOCEKIEg /LOUR AND FEED OF E, H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, | Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. (KIK WEATIIERUAX & CO., Aberdeen, Wash. Tanners and Taxadermisls SkiQS for Sained to Order HAVE NOW FOR SALE Pine Fur Rugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. CHOICE GREBE SKINS, FOR HATS Mail Orders Solicited. WANTED, TO BUY, DEER SKINS, WILD CAT SKINS, BEAR SKINS, Suitable for Rugs. i Piano Guarantee. The high reputation of the Wing Piano is a guarantee of its quality, yet we wish ever}' pur chaser to be entirely satisfied. We send it on trial, no matter where you live-even to Wash ington or Montana. If not pleased, send it back. We pay both freights. No advance freight or deposit of any kind is required from you. The Wing Piano is noted by musicians for its wonderfully pure mellow tone, its perfect ''action" and endur ing sweetness, in spite of wear *nd time. Though a brillant high-grade instrume...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 June 1895

"SLANDER. I - .-as but a breath— at 1 yet a v.'. .-man's fair name wilted. A.'.ir .. . .v- rmgnw cold and Stilted, 11 v.-.;s worse than death. O:.-- 1 . uonied word, T,-. .r struck its coward, poisoned blow, lis 1 raven whispers hushed and low, And jet the wide world heard. Twas but one whisper—one Th :t mutt. i 1 w for very shujue, Tii.it thing the Blunderer dc.re not name, And y. t its work was done. V A hint so light, And yet so mighty in its power, A human soul in one short hour Lies crushed beneath its blight. MYSTIFIED AUTHORS. Father I'rout Made It His Business to Hoax Notable Characters. Authors havo often mystifiod tho pub lic, but a man who made a businoss of mystifying professional writers is a not ablo character. Such a ono, howover, was tho Rev. Francis Mahony, bettor known as "Father Front. " Hisfavorito trick was to tako a well known and pop ular poem, translate it into another lan guage, boldly assert that in its now form it possessed great antiquity and chargo tho a...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 June 1895

VOL. IX. OFFICIAL REGISTER Aberdeen city government. Mayor James A. Hood Treasurer W. B. Mack Clerk ..A. W. Bush Attorney W. O. McKinlay Health Oilicer C. It. Bell Marshal John Steen Police Justice. v S. J. White Council —S. K. Bowes, B. J. Garraan, j, s. Gunn, N. G. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, E. H. Tanner, Alex. Young. 5. 8. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor, Peter Autzen, Aberdeen. CIIKIIAMS COI'NTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackett Clerk J. E. Lyons treasurer J. G. Lewis Sheriff J. A. Graham Attorney J. B. Bridges Assessor Seth Wari en Coroner C. A. Beardsley Sapt. of Schools J. A. llutcheson Surveyor O. P. Burrows Commissioners—Win. Anstie, J. O. Coy, J. D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. a 4 F. «8i A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, /A. At No. 52. Regular communlcn ylak/ tions on the Second and Fourth nt/\ Tuesday of eaeh month at 7:30 p. m. ' T » Visiting brothers cordially Invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. L J. Kolt-s. Sep. Aberdeen* lodge no. si, a. o. u. w. Meets in A. O. ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 June 1895

AfWihvn Herald. nmrsday, Juno 20, 1895. I -I KU KVERY THURSDAY BY iAMEs F. <;lUTON. ' '' of srr.scKii'Tion* : ()1 "' $2.00 Six mom . -. 1.00 Thr«*e months ......... '.ZtQ Advertising rates on application. Kr.trrvil ;it the postoflice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county, short communications on topics of public intt rest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Ollicial Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. A SINGLE OR DOUBLE STAND ARD; WHICH? After all that has been or may be said about the free coinage oi silver, either for or against, or in favor oi bi-metallism, the real question is, shall there bo one or two standards of value? That we have bi metallism today in a more complete sense than ever before none can deny. There never was a time when gold and silver circulated side by side so wel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 June 1895

pring inery= Latest styles and low est prices. Handsome line of flowers and rib bons. GOODS [ Constantly arriving. IBS, A. E. BARRONE ABERDEEN, WASH. MW FED ..•MEATS JAMES BARRETT, HERON STREET, IBEBDEEN, - - • WASH. iBUY * YOU, (ROCERIEg lit AND FEED —OF I H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, Mle Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. MS KEiTHHWIX & CO., Aberdeen, Wasii. fanners and Taxadermists Itoisforfyigs Sarjqed to Order HAVE NOW FOR SALE iae Fur Rugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. ICE GEEEE SKINS, FOB HATS Mail Orders Solicited. WANTED, TO BUY, Kir skins, WILD CAT SKINS, BEAR SKINS, Suitable for Rugs. Piano Guarantee. The high reputation of the tog Piano is a guarantee of its >lity, yet we wish every pur 'ser to be entirely satisfied. send it on trial, no matter here you live—even to Wash or Montana. If not send it back. We pay >th freights. No advance "Slit or deposit of any kind is "laired from you. The Wing is noted by musicians ior pure mellow tone, ??erfect ''actio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 June 1895

WILL HE PUT HIS FOOT IN IT? TRUE STATEMENT OF THE NATIONAL DEBT. The statement of tho national debt as reported monthly by the treasury officials at Washington does not now represent and has not for 30 years repre sented the entire debt of this country. Our national books should be kept in tho name way as are the books of all well regulated private business houses. When such business firm has unpaid notes outstanding, it always counts them as debts. If it has assets which aro constantly depreciating in value, it deducts tho amount of the depreciation from tho total of its available assets. Green backs, so called, are but promises to pay to holders. Silver bullion which has lost 40 or 50 per cent in value since it was purchased should not be counted at its purchase price in a statement of assets. Air. Edward Atkinson has revised tho official statement for May 31, 1895, to show the actual assets and debts of the United States. Hero is his statement: TRUE STATEMENT OP THE NATIONAL DEBT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 June 1895

Bui OFFICIAL REGISTER abkbpeex city government. James A. llood EU W- 1{ - Mack !k A. W. Hush W. O. McKinlay C. It. Hell John Steen justice S. J. White pLyil—B. J. Gamuvn, J. S. Gunn, 1 g Kaufman. L. J. Kolts, K. 11. Tan "Lc.B. Weather wax, Alex. Young, r'iDeputy Collector of Customs for Jkjjtof Uravs Harbor, l'eter Autzen, chehaus county officials. Ljy C. E. Saekett IC7 J. E. Lyons MM J. G. Lewis ajnff <!• A. Graham J- B- Bridges !>eth Warren C. A. Heardsley clof Schools J. A. Ilutcheson O. P. Burrows aniwioners— Wtn. Anstie, J. O. Coy, ;D. Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. i A F. &A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge. A. No. ft'J. Regular commuuica tlon« on the Second and Fourth WR Tuesday of each month at 7:31) p. m, |Y » Visiting brothers cordially invited. I By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. I). Koto. See. Runimt LODGE NO. SI, A. O. U. W. H Meets in A. O. I T . W. llall Friday evening futii week, «C 7:30 o'clock. Sojourning brotli tue cordially invited to attend. [jn.W.Shelley, Rec. 8. K. Howes. M....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 June 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Hiursilay, June 27, 1895. ISSUED EVEUY THURSDAY BY JAM Ed F. GIKTON. TKKMS OF 8UB8CKIPTI0J? I One year |2.00 Six months. ... .. .. . 1.00 Three months 50 Advertising rates on applieation. Entered at the postotlice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from afl parts of the county, short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of tlie writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Otlicial Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. THE HERALD'S POSITION. The Spokane Chronicle in commenting upon the 11 krai.d's position that this is not the proper time to call a state conven tion for the purpose of placing the party on record on the question of the free coin age of silver holds that if the Hkrald's statement that the party is seriously di vided on that questlion is correct then it is of the utmost importance that a con feren...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 June 1895

ling llinery— I Latest styles and low- Lt prices. Handsome ■line of flowers and rib- L GOODS Constantly arriving. jg.A. E. BARRONE ABERDEEN, WASH. IIK FED ...MEATS JAMES BARRETT, HERON STREET, •RDEEN, - • • WASH. BUY • YOU, jROCKRIEg OUR AND FEED —OF — H. TANNER. Impost Place in Town, mMruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. 11l WEATHERWAX & CO., Aberdeen, Wash. wrs and Taxadermists Sailed to Order HAVE NOW FOR SALE 8 Pur Rugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. >C GBEBE SKINS, FOB HATS Mail Orders Solicited. WANTED, TO BUY, I SKINS, WILD CAT SKINS, BEAR SKINS, Suitable for Rugs. frano Guarantee. ■ e reputation of the ■ Piano is a guarantee of its •Ft yet we wish every pur s' '°be entirely satisfied. ■*nd it on trial, no matter ■ J 6 you live-even to Wash jP® °r Montana. If not ' ■ back. We pay B freights. No advance i'of deposit of any kind is j ®tdfrom you. The Wing ■®>s noted by musicians ior Bjderfully pure mellow tone, [■F Ol ''action" and endur ■Mness, in spite of wear Thoug...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 June 1895

A PLAN IN FINANCE. THE EXPERIMENT OF DEACON GRIGGS OF SQUANTUM. Main I-'aets In a Controversy an Given by the I.oca! Paper—Griggs* Wife ltudely Interfere*—Tho People of tho Town Di vided Into Factions. I. Recent issues of tho North Sqnantum Gazetto indicate an unusual excitement prevailing among tho peaceful villagers of Squantuiu, North Sqnantum and Sqnantum Center. Tho cause of the com motion is an experiment begun by Dea con Abner Griggs, and tho people aro pretty evenly divided into two factions, one holding that tho deacon is a perse cuted martyr in tho cause of financial reform, the other that he isadod gasted idiot, whose wifo treated him just right. Tho main facts in tho controversy, as given in Tho Gazette, aro as follows: Deacon Griggs had farmed it nigh on !."> years, and his fino upland farm, with ; right considerable stretch of mead ow, two miles south of tho postoffice, was ono of tho best in tho borough. The l'urm was well fenced and drained, had good buildings and...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 July 1895

r OFFICIAL HK(SISTER lEKDKKS CITY UOVKItSMKXT. lames A. llooil .I W. K. Mack e ;;; \. W. Hash W. O. McKinlay (Wicor -C- R. Hell 1 lolin Stoen justice s - White „,i|—B. J. Uarman, .1. s. Uunn, tjiifnian, L. .1. Kolts, E. 11. Tan . j, Weatliervvax, Alex. Young, 'deputy Collector of Customs for UJ Grays Harbor. Peter Autzen, left. (gIIIAMS COI NTY OFFICIALS. C. E. Sackett '• E. Lyons J. G. Lewis j I. A. Graham «ey '• Vr ridges !">ctli warien " r C. A. lieaidsley afSchools J- A. Ilutchesou O. P. Burrows Egsioners—Wlll. Anstie, J.O. Coy, [D.Kirkaklie. y)CIKTIKS. A A. M. —Aberdeen Lodge, o. M. Uegular commuuica i tlie Secoud iinil Fourth r of each month nt 7:30 p. 111. j brothers corilially invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. KoltSjSee. BDEEN' LOIH'.E N'lt. A. >>. V. \V. Letts in A. 0.1". W. Hull Kridav evening vbveek, 7:30 o'clock, sojourning broth le cordially invited to attend. to W. Shelley, Kec. S. K. Dcwes. M. W. JIDEKS I.ODGE NO. 175. I. <1. (i. T. Jleetito Good Tem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 July 1895

r !, .itvs<l;iy, July K '.".it."), n i - ■<orr * uMnKMnmaraaam ri:i> EVKILY THURSDAY LY JA .M K.S F. < i I HTi> N. i »;iiMs or sruscKirTioN: On ear $2.00 Six months. i^h) Throe mouths .*»o Ad vcrtisitin rates on application. Kntu\ i ftt the pos'.ollico at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free, Correspondence desired from ail purtsof the county. short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name «>f the writer. will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. PROSPERITY IS HERE. Under the above caption the West Trade says: "The tile has turned and the entire North Pacific country is 011 the high road to prosperity. There has never been a year in the history of this country when the farmers of Washington were in as gooil condition, all things considered, as they are this year. The prospects for abundant crops of g...

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

I Latest styles and low [prices. Handsome Lof flowers and rib i GOODS Jonstantly arriving. A. E. BARRONE ABERDEEN, WASH. Ip FED [..meats JAMES BARRETT, HERON STREET, EKTEES, - - ■ wasiL iSUY * YOUi SOCK RIEg IUR AND FEED H. TANNER. rapest Place in Town, liable Frnits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. ir MERWAX & CO., Aberdeen, Wasii. ners and Taxadermists 'orljugs Sailed to Order lAYE NOW FOR SALE Fur Rugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. : GREBE SKINS, FOB HATS Mail Orders Solicited. LNTED, TO BUY, SKINS, WILD CAT SKINS, BEAR SKINS, uitable for Rugs. 9 Piano Guarantee. The high reputation of the ing Piano is a guarantee of its dity, yet we wish every pur ®ser to be entirely satisfied, e send it on trial, no matter owe you live—even to Wash jgton or Montana. If not 'eased, send it back. We pay freights. No advance ttght or deposit of any kind is Quired from you. The Wing is noted by musicians tor pure mellow tone, ''action" and endur- Isweetness, in spite of wear * time. Though a bril...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 July 1895

'TS OF THE SEA. bAiLO- d urtEAD TO SEE THE SHIPS THAT f EVER SAILED. An fJM ilt I*:;* t,f HU Fint LiperUncc With « Phantom Ship—' While a Trrrl bli» Hurrirane iluwM It Kidm KasiJy With All Sail* S<t. Th'se talcs of tho ships that never larno back arc Karl enough, but it's the ihip that never went out, the ghosts of the r':», that give the sailor man a ( rr "-P>" feeling wkn ho meets them out where the wave* are rolling high and the winds are Kinging funeral songs. " IV) .speaker was Mate Bob Ailing, who has followed the sea as boy and man for nearly 00 years. Surrounded by n group of interested listeners in tho public room of th': Sailors' Happy homo in South street, Mate Bob, as all tho sailor.-i call him, was telling stories of strange sights that ho 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 sailed out of an American port flying the stars and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 July 1895

IBICIAL IMXiISTIUv LEEX CITY (iOVKKXMKXT. f James A. Hoot! I"". W. B. Muck t" V. W. Bush f " \V. (). McKinlay for". C. K. Hell Ff, I oh 11 Steen ( 'ii4 .1. White LB. J. tiarman, J. S. Uunn, ilnian, L. Kolts, K. ll.Tan- Weatherwax, Alex. Young. Uy Collector of Customs for jtirays Harbor, Peter Autzen, fIAI.IS COI'XTY OFFICIALS. C. E. Sackett '• 1'". Lyons J. U. Lewis ' I. A. Graham J. I>. Bridges Seth Wan en ('.A. Beardslev SIIOOW J. A. Ilutcheson O. I'. Burrows mers—Win. Anstie, J.O. Coy, rkaldie. I SOCIETIES F. A. M. — Aberdeen No. 52, lletculiir eommunieH s 011 the Second mul Fourth silav of eurh liumth lit 7:80 p. 111. itinl: brothers cordially invited, derof K. K. Kiiton, \V. M. ec. LODGE NO. 81, A. O. I'. W. A. o. I". W. Hall Friday evening st7:3o o'clock. Sojourning hrotli- Iv invited to attend. ley, Kec. S. K. Hcwes. M. W. LODGE NO. 17"., 1. O. G. T. }ond Templar hall, on Wishkali r'riilav evening at ":;10 o'clock, ers are welcome. :rty, Sec. >1. s. Learned, C. T. r o. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 July 1895

Herald. L'lmrsilitj, .Inly I'., ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. (JIHTON. T K KM.< OF MilM ItU'TION: One year ... $j.OO Six mouths. .. . 1.00 Three months * .'.O Advertising rate- ihi application. Kntcret nt the pos'.otlhv at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mull matter. Notices of births, marnau'es or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from ail parts of the county. Short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name pre ferial j!y imt not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. TAXES OF THIRD AND FOURTH CLASS CITIES. If you beat the bushes in a coon coun try you will be sure to tree one, and by hammering away the llkrai.l) has treed Mr. Nims, the brilliant representative of Chchalis county in the last legislature. The Yidetto has finally acknowledged that he was the source of its inspiration on the question of levying taxes in cities of the third and fourth class. The mat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 July 1895

styles awl low- Handsome and rib- Hoods arriving. IE. BARRONE Hbdekn, WASH. If FED MEATS 2S BARRETT. HtRON STREET, If, - - - WASH. I(|Y' YOU. > [OCE KlEg IR AND FEED —OF — H. TANNER. ■pest Place in Town, li Fruits and Vegetables JLWW'B ON HAND. MEW & CO., Aberdeen, Wash. ners and Taxadermists iorl(ugs Sanijed to Order lAVE NOW FOR SALE Pur Rugs, Stuffed Birds, Antlers, Etc. HEBE SKINS, FOR HATS foil Orders Solicited. INTED, TO BUY. WINS, WILD CAT SKINS, BEAR SKINS, '"table for Rugs. iano Guarantee. high reputation of the fiano is a guarantee of its i yet we wish every pur tobe entirely satisfied, ilit on trial, no matter yon live—even to Wash °r Montana. If not 'i*nd it back. We pay "tights. No advance or deposit of any kind is ®from you. The Wing s noted by musicians lor 'erfully pure mellow tone, "action" and endur taess, in spite of wear k Though a brillant We instrument, the price moderate. You %stand this better-and all pianos better-by :?our book ot information. but ple...

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