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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 September 1896

DOTTIE'S GARDEN. I'm glad that springtime's coming When tho days are warm, When tho winter time is over With its snow and storm, 'Cause papa has promised That ho will make fur me Tho cutest littl* garden That evi-r you did sue. And wht-n papa has made it I'll give it lots of care And raise the mostcst flowers And give them everywhere*. I'll send you all u Violet, A pansy and a rose, And buttercup and daisy And every kind that grows. And wo must plant some other things Tho kind that's good to out, So wo can help the poor folks Who live on our back it root. And when my garden's finished You all must come and soo It growing in tho little box Papa has inado for mo. -Womankind. BEAUTIFUL JAVA. ltd Scenery Said to K© mi Example of Tropical Perfection. Tho Fernery of Java is, I think, trop ical jierfcction. No sameness in the landscape wearies the eye. All is valley and mountain, cultivated with beauti ful crops—irrigated ricofields, emerald green stretches of tall, waving maize, small thi...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1896

I pi the locket agent ■ to ticket you via tlie Bur ■ lington Route ami lie will ■ do so. H Tell him you want your H ticket to reail via Billing*, I Mont., ami the Now Short ■ Line ami it will read that ■ Im| Tell him you want it to read via St. Paul and the Burlington Route and it will read via St. Paul and the Burlington Route. The service over l>oth lines is as good as it can be. To Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and the South, the timo via Itill ings is several hours (aster j than via St. Paul. To II Chicago it is about the name. M. P. Benton, P. S. A. Seattle, Wash. ■abbouks Irish fi,ax llnon Net Threads I DOUBLE KNOT pon Gill Netting ■ IIINE TWINES. mvi lanila Rope, I .....Cotton Fish Netting, Bah Hooks, Lines, Etc. ■BY DOYLE & CO. ■17 & 519 Market St. 8 San Francisco, Cal. Brents for the Pacific Coast. 9 PROFESSIONAL. 1 8 ATTORNEY AT LAW. Bpxtlw In State and Federal Courts. BfcwjCltjr ot Aberdeen, Washington. 1 tlUDiiv, Wash. ■iTOMIY AND COUNSELOR. B Ofceiin Kaufman ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1896

Aberdeen Herald. I'Uursiliiy, September 10, 1896. ISSUKD KVKUY THftiSDA Y B V JAMES F. GIRTON. TCRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year ... * $2.00 Six mouths. . 1.00 Three months .50 Advertising rates on application. Knt«'re<l at the postoftire Ht Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births. marnact'S or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from nil puns of the comity. 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 of the City ol Aberdeen. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ARTHUR SEW ALL, Of Maine. People's Tarty Tieket.-Fnsion. ELECTORAL. N. T. Caton, of Lincoln Democrat I. N. Maxwell. of Whatcom. .Democrat Chas. E. Clink, of Whatcom. . Populist It. A. Newman, of Spokane Populist CONGRESSIONAL. James Hamilton Lewis of King. Democrat W. C. Jones, of Spokane.... silve...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1896

HUE HILLINERV -AT— larrones The finest line of Millinery ever bought to the har bor. All the latest jtodes of reds, blues md greens in flowers tf d ribbons. pattern hats. Eats ... Choice Fresh and All Kinds, ABE AI.SO ATTRACTIVE. US BARRETT, lIEROX STREET, EN, - - WASH. I WOOD ■i Slab and Stove wood, Hiirered to any part of Hibwood, pr cord, $i .oo Htcialrates in quantities Hore wood, extra HID.-At Wilson's Mill. paying Holing and Expressing Hot promptly and at luiONABLE RATES IJ.E. VARING . f raid's MM ML. [one M I Aim [braid I Year 12.50. lU«N<3§»W 0 o £ fffW> % *mmni II fy A * c ldm« ,o \U-M ri _ JJotli hi t4j^w > '•Arnica Salve. '* in tho world for Cute, "cere, Salt Rheum, Tet ®^8 > Chilblains, Corns, "Ptiona, anil positively "o pay required. It is v ® perfect satisfaction or Price 25 cents per box. & Co. *♦» Hulliler. *tor and builder up of '•"es, Wilbur's Puget ifier cannot be excelled. ■" or sores of any kind J Uking a few bottles of will soon disappear, "t® m...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 September 1896

BBAH tJAWbO THS LOOM, Strange Tale of a Wooiltmitu and tile E|L fects of Mince Pie. "I don't like to repeat a story about Sullivan county unless I know it is true," said Phil Kinney. Mr. Kinney never tells u story except with tho most serious coiuitenunce, writes a corre spondent of the New York Press. "A farmer," he said, "from Forest burg was hero recently, and ho told ino of an experience he had out in tha woods, and I'll give up my dinner if I don't think he told the truth. You see, ho is ono of those honest old fellows who drink hard cider around home. He says plain cider doesn's hurt him, but When he comes here he winks at mo and gays, 'Put a little in my cider.' "Well, sir, he was getting out rail road ties down where ho lives. Ho uses in doing it ono of thoso big, double handled cross cut saws. "Says he: 'I was a-sawin away out thar in the snow, with my little fox terrier nosin round in the bushes after jacks, when ho sudden like puts his tail twixt them slender legs o' his'...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 September 1896

■ Ho. Pac. ticket agents have tickets over the Tur lington Koute from Bill ings, to Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and all other southern and south eastern cities. They will furnish you with a ticket via Hillings rat the same rate as via St. Paul—lF YOU ASK FOR IT. Ask for it, because by so doing, you will reach your destination alt the way from 10 to 15 hours sooner than if you take any other line. Write for information aliout rates anil trains. M. P. BUXTON, I*. S. A. Seattle, Wash. kRBOUR'S LISK FI:AX ■on Net Threads I DOUBLE KNOT hon Gill Netting ■ SEINE TWINES. I led Manila Rope, I Cotton Fish Netting, m Hooks, Lines, Etc. UY DOYLE & CO. ■ & 519 Market St. ■ San Francisco, Cal. pts for the Pacific Coast. PROFESSIONAL. soss, ATTORNEY AT LAW. icticein State nn<] Federal Courts, ney City of Aberdeen, Washington. Absrdf.en, Wash. Bl'Slf, WRSEY AND COUNSELOR. Offices in Kaufman Block, • Washington. • SIcKIXLAY, ATTORNEY AT I.AW, Practices in all Courts. MM 4, Kaufman lilnr...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 September 1896

Aberdeen lierald. riinrsday, September 17, ISBUKO EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTOK. TKKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year . .. $2.00 Six mouths. 1.00 Three months 50 Advertising rates 011 application. Entered at the postoffAce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, mnrriaees 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. Official Paper of the City ot Aberdeen, j DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET . FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ARTHUR SKWALL, Of Maine. People's Party Ticket-Fusion. ELECTORAL. N. T. Caton, of Lincoln Democrat I. N. Maxwki.i.. of Whatcom. Democrat Cms. K. Cmne, of Whatcom. . Populist 15. A. Newman,of Spokane i'opnliet CONGRESSIONAL. James Hamilton Lewis of King. Democrat W. C. Jones, of Spokane Silver Rep. STATE. For Go...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 September 1896

1E.... MILLINERY -AT flarrone's THE finest line of Millinery ever bought to the har bor. All the latest slides of reds, blues ind greens in flowers and ribbons. PATTERN HATS. ■eats ... n Choice At Fresh and V Salt, w All Kinds, SftJ ARE AI.SO ATTRACTIVE. ■AMES BARRETT, J BIBON BTREET, &EEN, - - WASH. WOOD It Slab and Stove wood, livered to any part of tcity. ibwood, pr cord, $i .00 ecial rates in quantities ive wood, extra large load, - - .50 IBD.—At Wilson's Mill. Draying ittling and Expressing De promptly and at EASONABLE RATES H.E. VARING ! lew Brunswick ESTAURANT and ODGING HOUSE Maktix Arxesen, Prop. >t >11 liourn, or night, fwn Plan. Lodging at Reasonable Hates, frwt, North of Heron. Use TARR & WONSON'S mous copper paint. n«t WHOM 'AIM' I everything that *ts. Sold by D. cLAFFERTY & SONS. IW.M. H. KENT. EI & KENT iipta. SPECIALTIES; Portraits. oceiies, JW Scenes Shipping Scenes, Beach Sceneß, Magic Lantern Slides tad* on sale, nitll are very tiicu to Ajqur...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 September 1896

WAYS OF ALLIGATORS THE SAURIAN AT CLOSE RANGE IN HIS FLORIDA HOME. Dow the Female I.ay* Hit l'gga and Cared For Her Young—A .Mother Will Fl(lit Anything That Threatens Her liable*. Diet anil Loiulcs of Alligator*. One of the sights most eagerly watch ed for by the newly arrived Florida vis itor, as he glides over the lakes and rivers of that genial land, is the alliga tor. A few years ago this desire was easily gratified, but the great saurian is comparatively rare nowadays along the older routes of travel. This is due partly to the bullets of vlie visitors and partly to the shots and traps of the liuire legit imate alligator hunter, who finds in that pursuit the chief means of support for himself and li,\s family. It is in the dense fastnesses of the in land swamps and everglades that alli gators may be seen in great numbers on a bright day, basking in the sunshine. They are gregarious and love to assem ble in such places, where they bring their two rows of strong teeth together wi...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 1896

1 ■hi waste I twelve hours— ■ deliberately throw them I away —if you tako any I other lino than the Bur- H lington to Omaha, Kan gas City, St. Louis, or ANY OTIIKH or south-eastern city. Tickets, time-tables and H full information on uppli- H cation to the local ticket ■ agent or by addressing I M. I*. Benton, 1\ S. A. ■ Seattle, Wash. I ARBOUR'S IRISH FIAX Imon Net Threads DOUBLE KNOT Imon Gill Netting SEINE TWINES. m and Manila Rope, Cotton Fish Netting, ish Hooks, Lines, Etc. DRY DOYLE & CO. 17 & 519 Market St. San Francisco, Cal. Agents for the Pacific Coast. PROFESSIONAL. t. CROSS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 11 practice la State and Federal Courts. Utoruuy City of Aberdeen, Washington. Abkkukkn, Wash. W. BUSH, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. Offices in Kaufman Block, ldeen, - . . Washington. ». 0. McKINLAY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practices in all Courts. t, Room 4, Kaufman Block, Aberdeen. m mm # first of American Newspapers. BLES A. DANA, Editor. 'American Constitution, the Amer ica, tlie Ame...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 1896

Aberdeen Herald. I'liui-sUiiy, September 24, 1890. ISSUED KVKRY THURSDAY BY JAMKS K. GIRTON. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year. $2.00 Six mouths. j'm) Three months „ r >o Advertising rates on application. Kntered at tin* postotliee »it Aberdeen, Wash., as seeoud class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all purls 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 uecessarily for publication. Oiticial Paper of the City ol Aberdeen. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET KOR I'KKMIDKKT) WILLIAM J. I»HYAN, Of Nebraska. KOH VU'K TUKSIDKNT, ARTHUR SKWALL, Of Maine. IV«|»lo's Parly Tirkol.--Fusion. ELECTORAL. N. T. Caton, of Lincoln Democrat I. N. Maxwem.. of Whatcom. IHjniocrnt ('has. K. Ci.ink, of Whatcom.. Populist 1?. A. Nkwman,of Spokane Populist CONCrRESSIONAL. .1 am i*:s 11 ami i.ton Lkwih of King Democrat W. C. Jones, of Spokane S...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 1896

HE HILLINERY -AT larrone's THE finest line of Millinery ever bought to the liar- All the latest shades of reds, blues ud greens in flowers ffl d ribbons. iTTERN HATS. EATS... Ik Choice b Fresh and Wf Salt, W All Kinds, Labs ai.so attkactive. LIES BARRETT, I heron street, KEEN, • - • WASH. WOOD tSlab and Stove wood, livered to any part of t city. J) wood, pr cord, $1.00 tcial rates in quantities re wood, extra irge load, - - .50 ID.--At Wilson's Mill. Draying »ling and Expressing k promptly and at MONABLE RATES I. E. VARING ew Brunswick STAURANT and IDGING HOUSE Martin Arnf.sen, Prop. > >11 hours, might, l*an Plan. Lodging at Reasonable Hates. 'eet, North of Heron. Use TARR & WONSONS nous copper paint. •Nt lOTTOM 'AINT r everything that tots. Sold by D. cLAFFERTY & SONS. ***• WM. S. KENT. lE* & KENT Mrs. SPECIALTIES: *Bromiie Portraits, Scenes, u k r . Sc . enetl . snipping Scenes, Beach Scenes, Magic Lantern Slides 'HM n, l"on salt', and are very nice to J'our tnHt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 1896

WAYS OF ALLIGATORS THE SAURIAN AT CLOSE RANGE IN HIS FLORIDA HOME. flow tho Female Lays Her Efgi and Cares For Her Young—A Mother Will Fight Anything That Threatens Uer Bable*. Diet anil Luivlh of Alligator*. Ono of the sights most eagerly watch ed for by the newly arrived Florida vis itor, as ho glides over the lakes and rivers of that genial land, is the alliga tor. A few years ago this desire was easily gratified, but tho great saurian i 9 comparatively raro nowadays along the older routes of traveL This is due partly to the bullets of the visitors and partly to the shots and traps of tho mere legit imate alligator hunter, who finds in that pursuit tho chief means of support for himself and his family. It is in tho demo fastnesses of tho in land swamps and everglades that alli gators may be seen in great numbers on u bright day, basking in the sunshine. They are gregarious and love to assem ble in such places, where they bring their two rows of strong teeth together with a prodig...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 October 1896

ill jilt the ticket agent when you consult him about your eastern trip, to tell you about our service to the Last and South. Ask him to tell you how much shorter—in time as well as miles —our Hue is rto Omaha, Kansas City, and St. Louis. Ask hiin, too, about our service between St. Paul ami Chicago. Get one of our folders from him and study the ■natter yourself. Do this and your ticket will surely read, as it surely should, via the Burlington Route. M. I*. Benton, P. S. A. Seattle, Wash. I ARBOUR'S BISH FI,AX mon Net Threads DOUBLE KNOT Imon Gill Netting SEINE TWINES. »n and Manila Rope, Cotton Fish Netting, ish Hooks, Lines, Etc. NKY DOYLE & CO. 17 & 619 Market St. San Francisco, Cal. Agents for the Pacific Coast. PROFESSIONAL. . CROSS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. practice iu State and Federal Courts. Itomey City of Aberdeen, Washington. Aberdeen, Wash. IV. BUSH, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. Offices in Kaufmnn Block, been, • - - Washington. 0. McKINI.AY, ATTORN'KY AT LAW, Practices in all ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 October 1896

Aberdeen Herald. I'hursday, October 1, 18DG. ISSUKI) KVEUY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON. TKKMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: One year. ... 12.00 Bix months 1.00 Throe months .50 Advertising rates «>ti application. Entered at the pnstofticc lit Aberdeen, Wash., as seeond 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 interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper of the City ot Aberdeen. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET FOII PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. FOII VICE PRESIDENT, ARTHUR SEW ALL, Of Maine. People's Party Tirket.-Fusion. ELECTORAL. N. T. Caton, of Lincoln Democrat I. N. Maxwell. of Whatcom. .Democrat Chas. K. Cline, of Whatcom .. Populist D. C. Newman, of Spokane I'opuliet CONGRESSIONAL. James Hamilton Lewis of King. Democrat W. C. Jones, of Spokane Silver Rep. STAT...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 October 1896

FINE MILLINERY -AT- Barrone's THE finest line of Millinery ever brought to the har bor. All the latest shades of reds, blues and greens in flowers and ribbons. [pattern hats. MEATS... a 0 Choice Fresh and lof Salt, I y All Kinds, ■rUCES ARE AI.SO ATTRACTIVE. ■ JAMES BARRETT, U HEItON STKEKT, Iberdeen, wash. | WOOD 1 Fir Slab and Stove wood, delivered to any part of the city. Slab wood, pr cord, $r .oo 4 Special rates in quantities Stove wood, extra large load, - - .50 YARD.-At Wilson's Mill. Draying Hauling and Expressing done promptly and at REASONABLE RATES H. E. VARING }?New Brunswick RESTAURANT and LODGING HOUSE Martin Arxkskn, Prop. Ms at all hours, Day or niglit, in European Plan. Lodging at Reasonable Kates, F Street, North of Heron. Use TARR & WONSON'S famous copper paint. A.... BOTTOM PAINT for everything that floats. Sold by D. McLAFFERTY & SONS. 1"BT. wii.KY. WM. S. kknt. WILEY & KENT itlMlS. SPECIALTIES: Life Size Bromide Portraits, Wising Scones, Tiinl>er...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 October 1896

A CUNNIKIG COLLECTOR. ' b« Had tluvUed Meana by Which He Is t Able to Reach Klunlve Debtors. Tlio regulations of the postofflco de partment forbid postmasters to furnish to inquirers the addresses of persons who have removed from the residences or places of business formerly occupied by them, tho reason for this rule, as given in the official instructions, being as follows: "Tho agents of the postofflco depart ment aro furnished with tho names and addresses upon letters and other articles of mail matter for tho solo purpose of enabling them to make delivery thereof to tho persons intended. Such names and addresses are to bo regarded as con fidential, and this confidence must be respected." Among those to whom this regulation furnishes a protection against undesir able intrusion arc* somo who havo fol lowed tho Arabian custom of silently stealing away after due folding of tents, but havo omitted to sottlo with their grocers, butchers and milkmen. Tho anxious creditors, on seeking fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 October 1896

VOL. XI The compartment sleeping cars in service on the Burling ton Route between St. l'aul and Chicago are a new thing comparatively. Only a few lines use them. Tho first western road to do so was tho Burlington Route. For ladies traveling alone or with escort, nothing so ■■■■■■ satisfactory as the com aitTTirllTufiTlH partinent sleeper has ever |MWIHI| been invented. ICach com ■jnnrcw partment has its own wash ■HHl stand and toilet conveni ences. There is plenty of room to dress. And abso lute privacy—an impossi bility in an ordinary sleep er —is assured. For tickets via the Bur lington Route or for infor mation about its service to Omaha, Kansas City, St. I.ouis and Chicago, call on any railroad ticket agent or write to AI. I'. Benton, Puget Sound Agent, Seattle, Wash. BARBOUR'S II&ISIEi FI.AX Salmon Net Threads AND DOUBLE KNOT Salmon Gill Netting SEINE TWINES. Cotton and Manila Rope, Cotton Fish Wetting, Fish Hooks, Lines, Etc. HENRY DOYLE & CO. 517 & 519 Market St. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 October 1896

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 October 1896

MILLMERY —AT— arrone's finest line of * Millinery ever (rought to the har ior. All the latest hades of reds, blues tad greens in flowers nd ribbons. ITTERN hats. EATS... flh Choice Fresh and 9Rb Salt, Mjp All Kinds, ti. j. rai«ES AUK AI.SO ATTKACTIVK. WLMES BARRETT. & '0 II & RON STREET, WOOD pr Slab and Stove wood, elivered to any part of pe city. S lab wood, pr cord, $1.00 Ipecial rates in quantities Itove wood, extra large load, - - .50 'AHI).--At Wilson's Mill. Draying tattling and Expressing one promptly and at REASONABLE RATES „K H. E. TARING [New Brunswick RESTAURANT and LODGING HOUSE Maktix Auskskn, Prop. Is at all hours, ay or night, luropean Plan. Lodging at Reasonable Kates. Street, North of Heron. Use TARR & WONSONS famous copper paint. A BOTTOM I PAINT > \ for everything that floats. Sold by & r> ) Da > McLAFFERTY jj & SONS. >!IT. WII.KY. W.M. S. KENT. WILEY & KENT Malta. SPECIALTIES: ife Size Ilromije Portraits, Logging Scenes, Timbe...

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