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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 April 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. Published Every Thursday. ABERDEEN" WASH NEWS OF THE WEEK Interesting Collection of Current Events In Condensed Form From Both Continents. By a collision between two passenger trains at Harrisburg, X. C., three men were killed outright and several others seriously injured. C. B. Bellinger, United States uis triot ju dsie for Oregon, lias been ap pointed by Governor Lord a member of the board of regents of the state Uni versity at Eugene. The Heldageblatt, the Dutch in t.-- paper of Cape Town, declares that lead ing officials of the Transvaal speak openly of war with England a? inevit able, and aver that it will be carried right up to Table bay. A dispatch from Montevideo states that a serious engagement lias occurred between the federal troops under Colonel Casalia and the insurgents near Minas. The federals are said to have been de feated. The insurgents have captured the town of Sarandi del Yi. The government of Japan lias decided to send two warships to Hawaii, 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. — 15 April 1897

■f CROP REPORT H„n of tliu tVlirnt Crop l.anf Year's. April 13.—Ttie report lent of agriculture for e average condition of 51.4, against 99.5 on 7.1 last April and 80.5 | ate in 1895. Leading | ates show as follows: , i)K; Ohio, SH; Miehi a, 65; Illinois, 40; Mis is. SO; California, 99. ye condition was SS.9, t year. I of the "oi 1 at the time is generally favorable country, a few fcattered lig it too dry or too wet, mber 1 a crop nearly tip d was indicated. The ! December was greatest was strongly shown in ng state. The average or the whole country is p freezes of early winter. Was ample in the Hooky [es and westward, but lie East it was scanty, p damage along the At lere the winter was mild )le indications continue, wheat state showing a r 95. n of winter wheat is ro le average in Great Hri md Holland, because of , but favorable in Central Europe. In Southern has been extensive re- B wet weather has so do )rk in Western Europe lg wheat area will lv jown, the shortage in [eing 7130...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 April 1897

Shoes for Little Toddlers. If too are a u i-- parent. von Will make sure that your little ones a*-e wearing the >ort of l»?st aJaptel to their tsnv fee!. is a gteat deal l«ae-> among i'"»r--:it> this matter for tlie iittlc M Tfolks. mJ ail r> I are not free ft in ca MM relessness, • • m I We have ea i LL. make this pre-eminently a children's store. W'o have made a !y ' i ii.il ben's footwear. We be.ieve we have the best •'••••> shot-- that are male. Might it ' profit you To trv us? Jeff, The Shoey. M ERDELN. "VAMI. HILTON BROS. Fresh Candies. Cool Drinks. Nuts. Fruits. Cigars and Tobacco. OYSTER PARLOR OYSTERS by the pint, quart or gallon. Opt osite Kaufman's »tcre. ABERDEEN. - - WASH. W W <1 'R.jPT I Tie Leader 1 * _ * f Mrs. BARRONE f *, ~ m A iUi* iine oi ini^*iii * erv gooes in all the * * * iff •• ' % * No pains will be jg spared to give saf.s- faction to our patrons Orders fi..ed cars- fwHv and prompllv. * * ****** ******* F: .: s! dining-car : :\ t :>i 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. — 22 April 1897

rm* op sniM uii'Tiou: »iOO 1.00 "i 0 fates on application. 10 postotlice ni Aberdeen, Wash., s until matter. irtlis. marnatrcs or deaths printed nndonce ilosiri-'l frinn nil |»;irts of Short communications on topics fctvst, when accompanied by the rritor, will in' inserted, the nnmc it not necessarily for publication. I F. UIUTON", l'l'ltl.tsiiKß. ier of the City ot Aberdeen. SCtINCT THE FARMER. flit speech on the new Mc -1 hill, Congressman McMillan iew as one of its inconsisten nbiiggery which it attempts poll the farmer. After show f had provided for the coders , he takes lip the agricultural irefacmg his remarks upon !e by saying: "Hut," they ithors of the bill] "while we manufacturers, while we take kuear trust, while we spread ng wings over the makers of makers of steel rails, and all re engaged in trusts, we had id to do something for the e present law corn, meal, , flour ami buckwheat are >r cent. The new bill makes a bushel on corn, about 100 1 present prices. The total ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 April 1897

i LADIES* llMew Shoes At Jeff's. HILLUN BROS. Fresh Candles. Cool Drinks. Xuts.' Fruits. Cigars and Tobacco. OYSTER PARLOR < 'YSXEI.S • Opposite Kn&ua'i Store. Al FR. FK\" - - WASH. ************* I Tic Leader I # *. I Mrs. BARRONE i * * 0 * * . ■ * * * # * # m • * * ••• * * rders filled care- * * * * * ************* - - - • " * ' »»»»•»• - From Soup to Sauteme. • n: .---fr reikn .t.- twea ;c . . I $2) 1 " T .' V. . :*; * r ; •: r A ■ . S: ~ X-i.'- City s• 1. ; 1.'.. !» ' 7 . - East — . ' - ysi >{ T - : : a Y- : : I ;c \-:\ 7 |Q - f tick:! M *: El NT- V 1 « ' Ifnt, >rd::.«e. A?::. G. F. Karshner - .... as ri. Ijm * E*mtt, s sal A a MEATS N". '• »w ,«.» v -1' : • /1' • ri IParkeu ■ N »rii.ST. tBEKI yy n wiiE -•.i: i; i 7 .'i'irL. '. v - K -~, ■ V V. . -i. .- '* *»3 x *■•:-£ "5 •* BRIEF MENTION. THURSDAY. APRIL 22. IS9T. New sU.vs a: Tetfs. I«.w Craw [~r i !•...( It? tl e ; trip to Cer.tral a. Tttesdav. H -d s I11!> are e ta\ : e tat; : y eat: Artie. easy to take, fdsy ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 April 1897

I TERMS OF subscription: ,r *'2.00 sths. i.«o non! lis ...... ... ..i0 rtlslnß rutos on application. •cd at tlio postofllce lit Aberdeen, Wash., ml class mail matter. ICS of births, marrianes or ilcntlis ]>rintc<l Sorrespotuletice (icsiro'l from all |iarts of intv. short cnmmtiiilcatlonii on topics Hie' interest, when accompanied by the 9f the writer, will be inserted, the inline Fably but not necessarily tor publication. JAMES 1-'. GIRTON, Publisher. Idl Paper of the City ot Aberdeen. TRYING TO SETTLE. > Republicans in Congress are hav hard time to fix up a tariff bill that iav their debts to the big trusts who ilied the sinews of war during the aign, and the newspapers' of that asiuti are having a hard time ex ng to tl'.e satisfaction of the rank file of the party. The Montesano te has not yet been able to explain [lie two men in the woods should lave the same '"protection" as the ian in the mill, except to state that big mill men don't want it, and (fore there should not...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 April 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD ? imtßtiM I 4 r— T"ri,-*ti«T i3?-ar -rr v * - V : W- I ? ~ ;: iVFEX • — — - * i kil. r "i- A~i i if " t: M I »«nr» Ir» / ".nn>t«*n<*■ 1 ? tr—n ftb •'fh Oinr.n»»!it«. •2: a *»?v\rv?i .:ac v.#» "»*>znn T.im n ..l>* •-rr «ti:ti ?■ - r - 3: jC »*- ;r-«i vnc f ;♦* O"?'* ir ' r-i ,-j *»r i 1. yii ni;i;.. k.;pTi'::•*«;iu»n" .-»♦•*- . • m'iar."' "- " »~v3nn " ir.i n.i ~ -I'" • »».{.-** i i,i>» u*-*-' : — ~ ~ n+r \f Ti* ''rairv,'.; < r »r» iz jf ""*.t» 1..- t a •' t; — » 7' •» -ft*: if . iri'a. i "V i i«r n;i»:»• tr —♦li. r» 4 , "V , n ,» •*'•» " v W .1»* *a:>— ( - 11-4 A. lii r ti*r 7*:»- *>»-va •■♦•:•• ;,*«♦ '•• '.:•» ''"*>« rs f tar* •■ oun na 1 n 10 > ar**fi -» .ii«r.> v.i'ii• .4."7 -- 1.-.: T: f.i r* • -..»* .in 7—w.»* 7.* z*~"' ■ :*'->■ » .11— - " ai;'.» '.> ■ — ..►• mT. ▼ •.. ,r .»r,> aumc, SUUMI . pr~„il.-.-rl ..iii Hii «f Ti. .i r-»r7 —"* ia -1 *erwtr9 t ' m .--- ntu • 'a "!.•.»•* i»i. —Mnr ; * *~x - —; 'V "j r ——-i*". ji';.-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 April 1897

RE'S DAY. 1,1 for Ring r.eorge'* rmy. 0. —The Athena eor- Chronicle says that ce Constantino has rge as follows: quiet today, owing erday. Wo have de h battery at Ligeria. etired from Nczi'roi b action of our fioet excellent. I was in j yesterday." nt of the Chronicle greatly dismayed by their stores at Kat •haion. Commodore red the stores from t of Mount Olympus, therefore, for Edhem iy but hunger. leing barred, the only 10m Salon ica is tbo days from Elassona. he injury to the rail owing up of bridges 311 firmed. rerything is going e of paper money has •re (Athens) that the 1 be withdrawn from from Volo say that 'tween Katerina and inded who have ar ?ral who state that a wounded at Gritzo follow the Greek re p in a small church set lire to the build ?m to death. pek Standpoint. 5. —The Greek charge •eceived a dispatch »y, giving the exact Thessalian frontier standpoint. It is as n the direction of hasi, our forces have Turkish territory and lamais. the enemy have been ection of Gr...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 April 1897

LADIES' New Shoes At Jeff's. HILTON BROS. Fresh Candies, Cool Drinks, Nuts, Fruits, Cigars and Tobacco. OYSTER PARLOR OYSTERS by the pint, quart or gallon. Opposite Kaufman's Store, ABERDEEN, - - WASH. j TIC tti § SUCCESSOR TO I Mrs. BURROW A fttll line of millin ery goods in all the latest styles. Xo pains will be i spared to give satis faction to onr patrons f. Orders filled care \ fully and promptly. Holds the world's record for long-distance fast running. After a two days' ride it is refreshing to step into a clean, bright, sweet smelling train as you do if you go East via Billings and the Burlington Route. No dust on the car seats; no litter on the car floors; IBBBjBn no foul air; nothing to re wngmn mind jou of former occu- KKH pants. Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago-ALL points East and South. Two routes East—via St. Paul, Minn., and Billings, Mont. For tickets and informa tion apply to nearest ticket agent or to M. P. Benton, l'uget Sound Agent, Seattle, Wash. G. F. Kar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 May 1897

VOL. XI- term# OF BUBSCIIIPTHIN : Oneycnr. i', )o Six months. r)0 throe months Advertising rates 011 npplifitiou. Kn-cred »t the posttilllce nt Aberdeen, Wash., isiecond class mail matter. vitini>sof births, marriages or deaths printed ,1 .losiro.l fro,,, ail parts of hecoanty. Short communications on topics 3 nubile interest, when accompanied by the nameof the writer, will be Inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily tor publication. JAMES F. OIUTON. I'tßUsiimt. Official Paper cf the City ot Aberdeen. UNJUST CRITICISM. ThsSumnor Herald has declared war on Governor Rogers, and fcoes after him v jt|i hammer and tongs, and prates long ud loudly about "violated pledges, broken promises and disappointed ex pectations." We have been unable to decipher the exact reason for the Her ald's fury; can it be possible that "dis appointed expectations" for pie has had anvthing to do with it ? Its last effusion refers to the caso oi Chairman Jones, who was an applicant for the warden s...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 May 1897

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 May 1897

kTmpuls" Hl ,|| m*lr 0*» ■« V ®'" It*"*' jtaction. A telegram just re "J, . grot battle has been between a Turkish 000 and Genera! Smolensk! s «^ k v jl P and Colonels "i..ki« Mastropas and An- have resigned and started for All "ay. i*Mi May 3.—The battle of \ el jrLd fiercely from sundown tin- In, o'clock this morning. The Lwhave been reinforced, the rein- ZL b » arriving at a critical stage General Smolenski tele j!. fh»t the Turks will be unable ffpture Pharsala because the Greek Snn ii jtrong and the morale of the completely restored. ■rkr tk« Tarklth Attack Ealle.l. t-joe May 8. —The Chronicle's TT.Lt »t Pliarsala telegraphs: TJi?turkß attacked Velestino Junc night with four squadrons r ttTl lrY«n,l a battery of horse ar ilft The large force of Greeks beat -forks off, but not before they had y ir Li half a dozen rails and cut The latter were repaired jn Wednesday the train service was fkhting was renewed Wednesday uTbnt without special results. On felday night, the Turks assemb...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 May 1897

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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 May 1897

VOL. XI. HWOfiWCIBtION: r , ioo owr«' h< jljßOntn''- ~»0 rates 0119| ' |lli0,lt '""' e At Aberdeen, Wusli., __ r .Ki»»hc marnnces or dentils printed e" esired from all parts of **■ oommuuieations on top.es * w?linterest, when aeeompanied l>y the the write . w»l >"■' inserted the name necessarily for puhl.eation. JAMES F. GIKTON. PUBLIBIIEK. Official Paper of the City oi Aberdeen. THE board removed. It in to be regretted that tho relations between the governor and tho state board ofanditand control have become such rs to make it desireable to both parties that thty should cease, and a new board be The facts being as they are He best interest of the state, and of the Hties themselves, required that others iketheir place,and that they be relieved if iresponsibility which should never «re been added to tho one which was uposed upon them by the people last Soveaiber. For the purpose of creating dissension be Republican press is lauding the gov nior and calling the board of contr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 May 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. X'ub]t»h*4 Kt«rj Ttiufs'inj ABERDEEK. WASH EVENTS OF THE DAY As liit«rfitlD| Collection of Item. Froru ">« Two H«iLli|>htrtl Pre*ented In a (.'undented Form. T.'.e Brussels expo-it ion ha s ; r f ily ope r.e .. K:r,ir L p 1 i.:. . th- d.plomati vrp- -a ere s-.\t. Prir. e B>aiar:k wj* bc:or~d at Fried ncbsrobe, (ittmay by a totcb* !.«?-*»* P' • — •'• v hi- t"wnsmen. Ih- ipiealtONl department crop re jxwt pot* the eon litkm of at U.I against »j.4 last month a:, i 72 <>n May 1 Jan year. The interests of Unite! State* citi zo,* at P .•*''» Cortez, the i* < i f e rerolotion in Hondnraa, will be looked after by the cruiser Marbleheai. The vt--el .- • • w on her way there. A petition is now being circa lated in Hew fork ar. i tifoed by banker* and b - i.e»- . urging Presi lent >1 •Kin ley to • a.. :n his Jjower to effect a -•.i.rL !,t <•! the Co'un insur rection. L--w.- L. M -Art!. :r. member of the legal firm of Bronaugh, McArthur. Fen ton & Br...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 May 1897

IB HOLOCAUST ■ e Bodies Taken From Ruins of the Palace. pE OF THE FIRK A MYSTKRY BUM Accoaunt. of the DNa.ter l.y »'" 1 tihaatlr Sc*nr». ■* York. May 10.-A dispatch to ■loruM from Paris savs: 1 s,vlu " Hnteri.*- P° lte 1,1 t,K ' 1,;ll;US0 ■PlmlMtrie last night, when the ■ of the victims of tin' Kite Joan taken there, was of a t'ear- Bescrirtion. There Inn I been placed ■charred corpses of what had been a ■ hours before beautiful women of ■ Ter y best families of Paris. 1 lie ■ es were lai'l out on roughly im ■rised platforms of hoards taken from ■ hereabout the place. Thov were ■rol beyond reeoguition. Almost H t |, e bodies were burned about the Id ami feet, while the middle of the ■r remained comparatively intact. Bbulances kept coining up in a ■am. bringing more ami more of the victims, the crowd outside Bn£ way in awe-stricken silence. ■ Kne Jean Goujon was almost iin ■?the bazaar building in which only ■rlionrs before everything had been Bind beautiful, there remained only Bfew...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 May 1897

j&mr ~ L.AC-ES New Shoes At Jeff*s. HHP. N BE><> T'-Ti-rs y.~'i 7: ra^c-.r OYSTER PARLOR Ilr Leader Mrs.BARRONE V; —;i- v :n 1025 -res 1047 minutes— ~ . - r: ■ r : "inrr.iikf—•:-•.. - J • ;. ~ na ?-r maul? V--.. . . " 7*". - - -- r - • - "*- ■"•• ~ t -XI Lrr- £ — " - 7tu? Ainu.. A: 7 ii;v- ■ G F K:rs--;- MEATS * •» ». - fi'r ficJ'H! • L r; :i • " «»B8BOSE" T - H4. ?}.:ir ::zN:: N 1- Ul-: i^.- " v •*ixusskia ta; -L .-•* i nun :.-•- i_- -- .. JL :^r * **c~ - ~ .fi" :..?r 4 fc'V ii :.ms • IT T tat, imjt > V 2U3K2 v--: v : . tl < n ,:. . *a ■ t it i. - _ -.- . -;u * ur ?i.- -2UT - * : - £> IMS T&i'l Mzs . or -r •* in. n : iL>. T*-. .* ilr * L"".K .il iLilfitfii * P 2 *".**l ." ~i*~. r- ▼.r ■"*} rUt* : .tajr Ir^n Lr *je * . i: ,»ieat-. £■•'.%» Liu'UPS "-L.lt £ fii JL>-r;i~sa _.••■■r*— . ~ - fiii*b.r t-miux: l '■* - v uiw -fr- I II ItiT ;uim? ii » :. .1-2.114: fitis* i ~mp— ▼ r-*ts "s: :i 11.a- cr— tmu ler S2K"-~ lIPS ." J ;^- I ~I "....-5 T-ei. ik--T*! I'....

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 May 1897

IE TM swor*rns.-«u>Ti«N; (W t lino Us. -,o »nlh« Islng rates on application. l utthe postoftlce lit Alienlccii. Wish.. j "lass mail matter. iof birtb*.mamase* or il«-;itli» priato.l itrrespondenec desire 1 from ail |. :rt- ..i it Short omimimu ati.ins tin Mpii - .'interest, who" aeoompann .l l.ytlie the writer, will ■ imerv I. tlie name ,|yl but not necessarily for publication. IAMES F. OIRTO.V. PCHLISHBR. ■ Paper cf the City ot Aberdeen. FATUOUS POLITICS. !r tlie above heading the New ;un, which can see nothing of anship or patriotism outside of gle gold standard, is excited be i« "sober side of American poli cing bv its blunders the exalta lie Chicago platform. On that > the formation of the Bryan nt, which, in spite of its repul anil revolution, received a vast r vote at the last presidential than the Democratic vote of four [ore, the work done by its actual ideil opponents to confirm and >n it has been incredible. we had from the Mugwump ad ion of President Cleveland a ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 May 1897

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Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 May 1897

SECRETARY BLISS t'rge. Suspension of Proceed ,, Agnlnit Shipowners. I gton, May 17. —Commissioner i of the general land office, lifted to the secretary of in letter urging the suspension of ceedings growing out of the •angp reserve act. Ihe letter b been represented to this «le that great hardships and loss ted to the sheepowners of Ore isc of their exclusion from the tinds within the boundaries of ule range forest reserve, cre he president's proclamation of er 28, 18i»3; that the large 'razing lands within said res have been used for years past eral grazing ground, and the lers are dependent thereon for ort of their (locks during cer ons of the year; that the suits by the government against larties to restrain them from 5 their sheep within the reserve ssive and unjust, and relief is ecial agent of this office reports ge Bellinger, on the ltitli ult., Jniteil States circuit court for let of Oregon, overruled the • to the amended complaint in of the United States vs. Tygh jand &...

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