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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 November 1895

A CHEERFUL GIVER. NOVELIST HOWELLS DESCRIBES HIS TRIBULATIONS. A Maimed Beggar,a Solitary Dollar and the Content Between Two Con science* Unsettled—A finally Calm Mlad, but a Compromise Was Arranged. Air. W. D. Howells has written for Tho Century two papers entitled "Trib ulations of a Cheerful Giver," giving his experiences with the begging frater nity. The following is taken from the first paper: Some months ago, as I was passing through a down town street on my way to the elevated station, I saw a man sitting on the steps of a house. He seemed to be resting his elbows on his knees and holding out both his hand* As I came nearer I perceived that he had no hands, but only stumps, where the fingers had been cut off close to the palms, and that it was theee stumps he was holding out in the mute appeal which was his form of begging. Other wise he did not ask charity. When I ap proached him he did not look up, and when I stopped in front of him he did not speak. I thought this rather f...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 December 1895

ML X. I OFFICIAL REGISTER \IIKKnKKN CITY OOVKKNMKST. lajor latr.es A. Hood fivasiirer W- B- Mack |~r k A. W. Hush ttorney W. O. McKinlay Iraith Ollicer C. R. Bell l.ir-lial John Steen '.ilico Justice Julius Andrews Coii'icil —It. J. Garman, .1. S. Gunn, I. <i. Kaufman, L. J. Rolls, K. 11. Tall er. I'. S. Weather wax, Alex. Young. I. S. IVputy Collector of Customs for tic |m ,rt of (irays Harbor. Peter Autzcn, lierdeeti. CIIKIIAI.IS COt'NTV OFFICIALS. .uditor C. 15. Sackett lerk I. E. Lyons reaxurcr I. G. I^ewis herill' I. A. Graham Homey J. B. Bridges Setli Warien ■oroner ('.A. Beardsley upt. of Schools J. A. Ilutchcson urveyor O. I*. Burrows ominissioticrs —Wm. Anstie, J.O. Coy, J l>. Kirkaldie. SOCIKTIKB. a A K. ifc A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, No. W. Regular communica tions 011 ttie Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. m. ' ■ x Visiting brothers cordially invited. Hy order of K. E. Eaton, W. M. L J. Rolls, See. HKRDKEN LODOE NO. 31, A. O. U. W. 1 Moits in a. o. IT. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 December 1895

Aberdeen Herald. ftiar?JiT. IVmnber 5. 18i*3. IVISV THr&jDAT XT JAXE? F -:KT\-'V Ot>« t !1l - t_ !k - I M> Ti.r« nc.st&t Aitis-mrtefi: z Tzun-'. i: ;it u Jui ti .tsf m.. ~ i—;? >";C«* Vn>*. tllrr.iTj' -i; liit -rj-i- o.•■rr»po® Str:•< ;«..-(■ i !-r t.. > .-■: *.i; »;:tj fi.ri pme:i.;i t.;- ••» o: j-ir..: '.tseiwe. *i<x «w n?n:cJ }x :i« zkrzi tit tr.Mr. ». : >.£ :r; -i-j T-.-tfimtiy bit - sK««i*r.:r J.: ;-rV.. :*s.: z OtSorai Paper of the Ctty rr Aberie*E THE XTES^AGE Tae ri.ssfvs.ee it sevr.:«>d r-tir.lr tc ib« tvo pr-itxip*: ineatt :i the bo=r. orr relitim ini the orr reacr. *es .f in his rtr ± I . p.s.- wve«T.f. T*-? tore :he rressicr .t rc-firi to the M roroe G.actrire t vj£>rce* erorfh sr.: the r_ ;s: r4.lir.il. i-.i six thrwt tilt ccr rrtenwif ir fore .cr Jtnii i-# -xr'.i titer -ire :i. Is the 'V erejaeiir. brrtyiirr d trcte oir'tri h*t beer ~iie rp.c Erciird tint the srbtrit the wh:i* projositioc v? irbitr*- taor " re iri til. The c-»te :r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 December 1895

I GRAND lOLIDAY * jIjiENTfITION SI TO BR Jbiven J AWAY! pi Ws Effl. ■ lOHst Prize — A Lady's Mackintosh, tOjl valued at $12 50 !G, Hnd Prize—A Gentleman's Suit of Clothes, valued at 15 00 Prize—A Boy's Suit of Clothes iTSS valued at 7 50 Hth Prize—A pair of Ladies French Kid Shoes, valued at.. 575 To each purchaser of $2.00 or ■nore we will present a Ticket ■vhich will entitle the holder to H>ne chance on any of the above jjßnticles; to be drawn for on New Eve. fi. G. Kaia ■The hew • [Woman ■ May dispence with sonio of ■ the things formerly dear to I the feminine heart, but ■beans, ■ONIONS, and ■SARDINES ■ are not in the lint, and for these, I as well as other table delicacies, I and all kinds groceries and provis- I ions, they go to IE. H. TANNER. I Cheapest Place in Town, I Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables I ALWAYS ON lIAND. Attractive Meat should not only ho agreeable to the taste and smell, but it should also be cut so as to bo attractive to tho eye. My steak is most carefull...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 December 1895

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 December 1895

VOL. ,\. OFFICIAL REGISTER ahkudkkn city govkunmi:nt. Mayor lair.es A. Hood Treasurer W. 15. Mack [Ilerk A. W. Bush Attornev W. O. McKinlay Health Officer C. R. Bell Marshal John Steen Police Justice Julius Andrews Council —B. J. Garman, J. S. Gunn, N. G. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, E. 11. Tan ner, C. S. Weatiierwax, Alex. Young. [J. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for llie port of Grays Harbor, Peter Autzen, Aberdeen. CIIUHAI.IS COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackett Ulerk J. E. Lyons Treasurer J.G. lvewis Sheriff J. A. Graluim Attorney J. B. Bridges Assessor Setli Warien Coroner C. A. Beaidsley iupt. of Schools J. A. Hutcheson purveyor O. P. Burrows Jommissioners —Win. Anstie, J.O. Coy, J. 1). Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. A F. &A. M.—Aberdeen Lodge, No. 52. Regular communion lions on the Second and Fourth Tuesday of each mouth at7:3op.m. ' » * Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. L. J. Kolts, Sec. A BERDEEN LODGE NO. 31, A. O. U. W. Meets in A. O. IJ. W. Hall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 December 1895

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 December 1895

;C. ,y 1 ----- - s ' - ■<' s' ' I ' V ' .a - "HIT"" • ■ GBAHO HOLIDAY * pIsENTATION I TO BE fcIVEN I AWAY! pYear's Etc. Ht Prize — A Lady's Mackintosh, H valued at $12 50 Hd Prize —A Gentleman's Suit of ■ Clothes, valued at 15 00 Hi Prize—A Boy's Suit of Clothes I valued at 7 50 Hi Prize —A pair of Ladies French ■ Kid Shoes, valued at. . 575 HTo each purchaser of $2.00 or ■ore we will present a Ticket Hiicli will entitle the holder to He chance on any of the above Hticles; to be drawn for 011 New -Har's Eve. I. G. Kail >yy ® oman May dispence with sonio of the things formerly dear to the feminine heart, but lANS, HONS, and RDINES are not in the list, anil lor these, as well as other table delicacies, and all kinds groceries and provis ions, they go to , H. TANNER. heapest Place in Town, sonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON lIAND. tractive Meat should only be agreeable to tl»o taste and 11, but it bhould also be cut ho as to ittractive to the eye. My steak is t carefully sel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 December 1895

SILVER IN MEXICO. - - i*l ~-£ _A£C : £ = i - lizlZ zY ~-£ C-E>? DC! *= . r - C<ia£iiw rf U* Ix TVv C-:i> !-7 It » u Be HttM-Tifq ft u : T- T Ii K. J--»T ry rrw KT«. SrciK thiigs •* .cli to te *: ter tzzz. tiit it is 1 — -f time t : xz-i-zi ■■■-- - P*9* - Maim, vkkk^- SuAJTrbi-. i -rT "LlHr z-^" 7 Z-'±~ ~ f_ --- i= •. 11-nv. ? ill- r d prorperity . ilj:x::o. Jily -:. ; r"/o. il ; lilt tie t-o-.il ---itt .c n>.T '.r. ii tie l? waschted So.tes *- * ~- ten. t-r "—- t tie free i= tia; ii Co 1 :rj«do. - --r ?'- eiperteice —.11 ;e tie -am- it l-i:t ?>: fir a* Mei ii :- .- >-rr. -i. Tie i-.id f tie i":cii :lder iiii aloe* te iicreaseii. Tie a*ren»e ' frta 1 i t-: tei> 1 day :i tie -it:.e« lid ia.:i eidai or plantar. ;cs tf Meri.f% and in tie rem .te iirrtrti it i- i little Ail laborers iate to * iid" tiem- KiTes in X-xiyu <~sz ill plaitati'.ci tiere are by tie laiiltrd ii - ~ - :in.- -i by labor en tie tie ?il~r m'i tc. tie i:«:rs :f -.oigress. ~z~ :it- wages i.:t m-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 December 1895

VOL. X. OFFICIAL HEGISTEB AIIKIIDKKN CITY GOVERNMENT. Mayor A. Hood Treasurer W. B. Mack Clerk A. W. Hush Attornev W. «. McKinlay Health btliecr C. It. Bell Marshal lohn Steen Police Justice Julius Andrews Council —B. J. Garman, J. S. Gunn, N. (t. Kaufman, 1.. J. Kolts, K. 11. Tan ner, C. S. Weatlierwax, Alex. Young. IT. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor, l'etor Aut/.en, Aberdeen. CIIKIIAI.IS COUNTY OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackett Clerk J. E. Lyons Treasurer J.G. lxjwis Sheriff J. A. Graham Attorney J. B. Bridges Assessor Seth Warien Coroner C. A. Beardsley Supt. of Schools J. A. Hutoheson Surveyor O. P. Burrows Commissioners —Win. Anstie, J.O. Coy, J. 1). Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. a. 4 F. it A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, No. 52. Kegular communica tions 011 the Second und Fourth rT/\ Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. m. ' • \ Visiting brothers cordially iuvited. By order of E. E. Eaton, W. M. L. .!. Kolts, Sec. Aberdeen lodge ho. si, a. o. u. w. Meets in A. O. U. W. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 December 1895

Aberdeen Keralil. Thursday, December 19, 1U95. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTOX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year ... I'.!.00 Six months . .. . 1.00 Three months 50 Advertising rates 011 application. Entered at the postoflice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Xotiees of births, marriases or deaths printed free. I'orrespondence 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 preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. OUR UPLAND SOIL. There is no question of tbe productive- I ness of the valleys of Western Washing ton, but in regard to the upland there lias been considerable doubt expressed, and not a few have pronounced it utterly worthless. We have always contended that a soil capable of sustaining our mag-! nificent forests was as certainly capable of producing other crops when the forests were removed. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 December 1895

I ' " " jig, p| GRAND HOLIDAY ★ PRESENTATION TO BE GIVEN AWAY! ON NewWs Eye. Ist Prize — A Lady's Mackintosh, valued at if 12 50 2nd Prize—A Gentleman's Suit of Clothes, valued at 15 00 3rd Prize—A Boy's Suit of Clothes valued at 7 50 4th Prize—A pair of Ladies French Kid Shoes, valued at.. 575 To each purchaser of $2 .oo or more we will present a Ticket which will entitle the holder to one chance on any of the above articles; to be drawn for on New Year's Eve. N. G. Mm. The New • Woman May dispenco with soino of the things formerly dear to the feminine heart, but BEANS, ONIONS, and SARDINES are not in the list, and for these, as well as other table delicacies, and all kinds groceries and provis ions, they go to E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town. Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HANI). Attractive Meat should not only be agreeable to the taste and smell, but it should also be cut so as to bo attractive to the eye. My steak is most carefully selected by me, and is tender ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 December 1895

DEMETRIUS BLACKBURN .ND THE SILVERSMITHS. Acts xix, 23. Aud the same time 24. For a certain man named Dei shrines for Diana, brought no small gi 25. Whom he called together wii said, Sirs, ye know that by this craft • 26. Moreover ye see and hear, thai out all Asia, this Paul hath persuade* that they be no gods, which are made 27. So that not only this our ci also that the temple of the great go magnificence should be destroyed, wh« 28. And when they heard these si out, saying, Great is Diana of the Epl 29. And the whole city was filled UNFOUNDED PREJUDICE. Peculiar Views Held by Many That Banka Favor Dal J Times. One of the most surprising features of the present cheap money agitation la the evidence of widespread prejudice against banks. According to the silver ites and fiat money advocates, it would seem that n bank is a diabolical institu tion which preys on the farmer and workiugman, while the banker is an enemy and oppressor of the people. These peculiar views are held serious...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 December 1895

[VOL. X. I OFFICIAL UKOISTKR AIIIiIUJKKS CITY (lOVKUNMKNT. luyor Jair.es A. Hood ;i or A. W. Hush Lttornev W. O. McKinlay lealth Officer C. H. Hell larshal Folin Bteen 'oiice Justice lulius Andrews Council —B. J. Carman, J. S. Gunn, I. (i. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, K. 11. Tan er, C. S. Weatherwax, Alex. Young. I. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for iie port of Grays Harbor, l'eter Antzen, berdeeii. CIIGIIAI.IS COUNTY OFFICIALS. uditor C. E. Sackett lerk I. K. Lyons reasurer J. G. Lewis herifl' I. A. Graham ttorney J. B. Bridges ssessor Seth Warien loroner C. A. Beardsley upt. of Schools J. A. Ilutcheson urveyor O. I'. Burrows ommissioners—Win. Anstio, J. O. Coy, J. I). Kirkaldie. SOCIETIES. a 4 F. A A. M.—Aberdeen I.odgc, A. No. 52. Kegular coiiimunica tions on the Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:301>. 111. i N Visiting brothers cordially Invited. ■ By order of E. K. Eaton, W. M. ■ L. J. Kolts, Sec. It BERDEEN LODGE NO. 31, A. O. U. \V. I Meets in A. O. 11. W. Hall Friday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 December 1895

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, December 26, 185)5. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON. TKRMS or SUBSCRIPTION: One year |->.00 Six months I.UO Three mouths .50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoftlce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notlees of births, marriages 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. Officii! Paper of the City of Aberdeen. THE DAY OF JOY. The happiest day in all the year to many millions of the inhabitants of the earth is the anniversary of that daj when the star of Bethlehem shone over the lowly manger where the Christ child lay nineteen centuries agone. Through the teachings of this one who came down from above to dwell upon the earth for a little while all the world has been made glad bv its christianizing and civilizin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 December 1895

" ' i GRAND HOLIDAY * PRESENTATION TO BE GIVEN AWAY! ON New Year's Etc. Ist Prize — A Lady's Mackintosh, valued at $12 50 2nd Prize—A Gentleman's Suit of Clothes, valued at 15 00 3rd Prize—A Boy's Suit of Clothes valued at 7 50 4th Prize—A pair of Ladies French Kid Shoes, valued at.. 575 To each purchaser of $2 .oo or more we will present a Ticket which will entitle the holder to one chance on any of the above articles; to bo drawn for on New Year's Eve. N. G. Kail. The New • Woman May dispence with some of the tilings formerly ilear to the feminine heart, but BEANS, ONIONS, and SARDINES are not in the lint, and for these, an well as other table delicacies, and all kinds groceries and provis ions, they go to E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. Attractive Meat should not only be agreeable to the taste and smell, but it should also be cut so as to 1h) attractive to the eye. My steak is most carefully selected by me, and is tender and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 December 1895

AGAINST FREE 6ILVER. Unlimited Coinage Would Make America the Dnmplng Ground. At the lowa Republican convention, held at Dos Moines on July 10, the Hon. Joseph R. Lane, temporary chairman, mado the following reference to the sil ver question: Silver being in tho money of the world, we must either maintain its coinage at par by legislative limita tion of the amount or change the coin age ratio of the basis of its market val ue. Under the policy of legislative limi tation of tho amount, aided by redemp tion when in oxcess of demand, we have been able to maintain at par our silver coin, although its intrinsic value is mnch loss. This policy was satisfactory bo long as the price of silver continued high, but when it becamo reduccd, on account of overproduction and othor causes, thero sprung up a demand by the producers of silver for special silver leg islation. This claim has now crystal lized into a demand for free and unlim ited coinago of gold and silver at tho ratio of 10 to 1. This...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 January 1896

/OL X. OFFICIAL KKGIrfTHH AIIKIIDKKN CITY GOVKKNMKNT. Mayor Jan.es A. Hood Treasurer W. R. Mack L'lerk A. W. Hush Attorney VV. O. McKinlay Health OHicer C. K. Bell Marshal John Steen l'olice Justice Julius Andrews Council —15. J. Garman, J. S. Gunn, N. (i. Kaufman, L. J. Kolts, li. 11. Tan ner, C. S. Weatherwax, Alex. Young. U. S. Deputy Collector of Customs for the port of Grays Harbor, l'eter Autzen, Aberdeen. CIIKIIAI.IS COI'NTV OFFICIALS. Auditor C. E. Sackett Clerk J. E. Lyons Treasurer J.G. Ixjwis Sherifl' I. A. Graham Attorney I. 15. Bridges Assessor Selli Wanen Coroner C. A. Reardsley Supt. of .Schools J. A. Ilutchcson Surveyor O. P. Rurrows Commissioners —Win. Austin, J.O. Coy, J. I). Kirkaldic. SOCIETIES. kx A F. &A. M.— Aberdeen Lodge, No. f»2. Regular communiea t*,ms 0,1 t' ,e Second and Fourth /"v/V Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. m. ' ■ Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of E. K. Eaton, W. M. L. J. Kolis, Sec. Aberdeen lodge no. si, a. o. i\ w. Meets in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 January 1896

Aberdeen herald. Thursday, January 2, luyii ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTOX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION": One year }2.00 Six months. 1.00 Three months .50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoftice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed tree. Correspondence desired from ail p«r;s of the county. Short communications on topics of public interest, w hen accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrabiy but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City of Aberdeen. THE OLD YEAR. The year which has closed has been one to which the people of Aberdeen and Grays harbor can look back upon with a considerable degree of satisfaction, and the new year finds very few who wish to work out of employment. Profits and wages it is true have been small, hut liv ing has likewise been cheap, and profits and wages must wait a demand beyond the supply. The steadily increasing de mand of ...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 January 1896

M. B. SHAMBLEY, I>KALF.K IN Hay, Grain, Feed, I'OIITRV, E««S ADO BUTTER. C Str. opp. hose house, ABERDEEN, - WASH NEW Millinery Latest styles and low est prices. Handsome line of flowers and rib bons. NEW GOODS Constantly arriving. MRS. A. E. BARRONE ABERDEEN, WASH. City Expi ess, 11. E. TARING, Propr. Express, Draying and Hauling Done Promptly and at REASONABLE - RATES. The New • Women May dispence with some of the things formerly dear to the feminine heart, but BEANS, ONIONS, and SARDINES are not in the list, and for these, as well as other table delicacies, and all kinds groceries nnd provis ions, they go to | E. H. TANNER. Cheapest Place in Town, Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ALWAYS ON HAND. Attractive Meat should not only be agreeable to the taste and smell, but it should also be cut so as to be attractive to the eye. My steak is most carefully selected by me, and is tender and juicy, and as good to look at as an Easter lint. I'HICES AKE AI.SO ATTItACTIVE. JAMES BARRETT, ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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