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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 August 1897

ANNUAL j IjOLEfIRANCEj j SALE j OF BOOTS, SHOES, ondHATS. ALL our Summer Goods ancl Odds and Ends at HALF PRICE. 10 per cent on our entire stock. Now is the Time! To shoe yourself and family. Jeffs Shop Store. A isi; Hi)i: i:x. W.vtii. G. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett, DEALER IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt. All Kinds. Grays Barber lParket, HERON STREET, ABERDEEN, WASH. 'Three Routes East. 1Q25 miles -1Q47 minutes-- the world's recoid for long distance fast running—held by the Burlington Route. February 15th a special train over its lines made the run from Chicago to Denver—a distance of 10:5 miles- -in the unprecedent ed time of 18 hours and 53 minutes. Allowing for stops, the actual running time was 17 hours and 27 SjjSHjjS minutes, and the average HUBS how run was made. Write also for information about rates and train service via the Burlington Route to Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and all other Southern and East ern cities. Three routes East—via Hillings, St. P...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 August 1897

■lor»» f, " rTION: +im W tPPIiC" 1 ' 0 " »l Aberdeen, Wnsh., printed ,7ede«iri"t ' rom a " I' 1 1'" ■K Sammmat ions on inpir« ■ *V.i. en tecompnmed l y the v |i| be Inserted, the mum' ■jrfMCMMrilr piihliriition. PTBUBIIEK. Kof the City ot Aberdeen. iDJ WASHINGTON. « blind who cannot year will bring better y, ami to the state of ally. The smallest ibout this condition, iff bill just enacted. , we believe it to be a hail not the Kepnb ■ »(;o declare ! for a he tariff rates, bnsi ive begun to improve tfsion been avoided, present bill gives the asis upon which to extent will enable ie, but after all it is except for the trusts ring the most good to scially to the state of j advance in the price cereals. The Aber i to this ami gives hough in the same i truth and confesses to shortage of ciops That this is the real iputed. Weeks be the tariff bill it be ere was a scarcity of ssia and Argentina, reds of millions of ly, the price began sen fifteen cents per the tariff bill was ' benefited b...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 August 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. rnb!ithe<l Iftry Tltnr«di«y ABERPBIN. Wash NEWS OF THE WEEK Collection of Current Event* In Comlenfteit Form from Both Continent*. Freight rate* have been reduced con s iera! ly >y t: e O. K. .v X. and X. P. to British Columbia points. T ie Seattle Coal .V Iron Company men at Issaquah. Wash., have quit work. They want more pay. and object to a deduction by weight for carloads having slate ar.d shale. Tie government armor Kvard met in Washington and accented the offer of Cramps to furnish dt.igor.al armor for trie battleship 1: i atta. T.e govern ment price was satisfactory. The Xew York Tribune, in liacnaaing events ti at led up to tie assassin at ton ol CanoYaa, makes the statement that the government is mpOßdbte for the rise and prOgTM* of anarchy in Spain. An est ,os.on of a lamp started a ore in a load of i.av in a It very b.i-11 in L-. wisiott. ll.it. '. Tie rtatt.es s; read w.i great *w iftness. ait t before ti ey mimd lot >.$ of gll.tXH). ' F. U John...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 August 1897

|M TO THE FRONT Iftfler Must Make an Effort Crush the Rebellion. ■ i)RE RAIDS BY INSURGENTS u Hiet Im"" 1 from M iuiil<t—A More Attlv* Campnlß" >l»»t There fore Be Inaugurated. tar York, Aug. »•—A dispatch to Herald from Havana says: It is '•MOretl tliat General Wevler's de- Sw*for Matanzas was due to orders t«et from Madrid, sending him to Sfront. Weyler made preparations Jake the field some days ago, but ac ting to a statement made by an Mmtt the pal ace, be delayed his de in order to mature a plan to LgipGeneral Castillo. He captain-general is severely crit ic for not having taken the field ■rlitr- For three weeks now bands of jHnrgents have been swarming into 1,,-,..,. and even Havana. They fcn raided small towns and made lustrations before large towns. fbq have raided landed expeditions gdbtd time to organize. Yet Gen nl Weyler contented himself with Miining on the defensive and only untitling on the insurgents by issuing jgKM that considerably aggravated fcsnfferings of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 August 1897

| ANNUAL | iclearance] ——OF BOOTS, SHOES, .ndHATS. ALiL our Summer Goods and Odds and Ends at HALF PRICE. 10 per cent on our entire stock. Now is the Time! i'o shoe yourself ami family. Jeff's Shoe Store. Aiu:um:i:s. \V \sii. 6. F. Karshner Successor to Jamoß Ru rett, DE A I.Kit IX MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt. All Kinds, Grays Barltor lDarkpt, Hi:RON STREET, ARKRDKKN. WASII. Holds the rcor/d's recordfor long-distance fist running, Better than the best tpiick a s * the quickest—the Hiirlington's "St.Paul Chi cago Limited." All elect l ie-lighted, steam heated, wide vestibnled train, fresh from the build ers' hands. P>uilt at a cost iffmnßl ever placed in service on any railroad in any country f.eaves St. Paul at 8:05 l>. in. daily. Compartment and standard sleepers, day coaches, chair cars, a-la carlo diner and bullet smoker. No Extra Fa res. Tickets at oflices of all connecting lines. M. P. Ukxton, Pnget Sound Agent, Seattle, Wash. ox Tn O 1 'Tie Leader srt'CKSSOR TO Mrs.BARRO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 August 1897

|UI- ■ ffinaor »msi iurTi"N mffa .... u» •••» ntcs on nppHcntion. I iiithcPOStolN'' l ' 111 Aberdeen, Wiisli., ■p"«Bmall mutter. ■^Totliirtlis.ninrriU!,v« or il.-nlli-i |>riutcil ■PSJlundfiico desire! from nil imrtsnf M* .yoghurt fonitinniirnlions mi tnpim •55 interest, win'" iiri'iimi>iiiili''t l»y tin* WTthe writer, will I" 1 i nsi-rt.-.1, the name kJJuitatnot uecessarily i>>r publication. Ji«9 T. GIKTON'. i'riil.lsiiKll. ■jfiilPaperof the City ot Aberdeen. Kg]*. ANDREWS' DISMISSAL. I friction of the trustees of Brow n un- Hjptr in forcing the resignation of l'res- Andrews because of his views on question is receiving at the Hyjof the independent press the con- Hwioo it so richly deserves. It was that I>r. Andrews was intrud- Hj>bis views upon the university, but the desires of the majority of Ifebond of trustees, who differed with ■|i» upon this question, a contingent gift mooey from Mr. Rockefeller was used Igicfab to compel him to either stultify Hbtftlf or re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 August 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. f'ubllshed Rrary Tliurstlny. ABERDEEN WASH. NEWS OF THE WEEK Interesting Collection of Current Events In Condensed Form From ■loth Continent*. In their next report to congress, naval officials will recommend that several large drydocks he built. Frank Manninger, an aged painter, ill, penniless and proud, starved to death in his room in West New York, N. J. Angiolillo, the Italian anarch ist who murdered Premier Canovas, lias been tried by court-martial and sentenced to be garroted. A Canadian Pacific train struck a carriage containing live persons at a crossing near St. Theresa, Quebec, kill ing two women and injuring three oth ers. A special from Rome says it is report ed the pope will excommunicate Prince Henry of Orleans and the Count of Turin, as dueling is forbidden by the Roman Catholic church. It is stated that President McKinley has expressed himself in favor of the admission of New Mexico to statehood. A lull to that effect w ill be introduced at the next s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 August 1897

HE ROUTED L the Battle Near L«te Confirmed. 0 FULLY 200 MRS IM tlfht-SrvoiHl At Mute t« Capture a |a-«enerat. 5. 16.—A special to Javana viu Key West riails have been re ittle near Aguucate, Matanzas line. The Irrt reported, was in », but it was just on |i no doubt of tlu' re however, ami a con places the number of 200, while the rebel ively trifling. General Wevler's ar were made ou Mon ily just returned from Matanzas on Sunday lacate the next day. I rumor came that he the big fight near «iient has proved to in Havana is intense, regarding the new i is partly to blame, i there conies news of ctory between Agua and also of a pitched cinity of Sagua la irdof General Gomez Matanzas. Whether be ascertained, but it le declined the fight e. ittle that has taken months was the one te. It is known that result of an attempt il Weyler and kill p-general had made etnrn on horseback Havana. Along the id three columns of General Castillo ana and gathered a ) rebels. This force t the Spanish lin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 August 1897

HOSE . .. AUTUMN SHOES HAVE JUST ARRIVED! jr fv -' y ATJEFF'S Aiu-:nDI:i:N . \Yash. *** V* Ki* *w* r i 1 0,F. Karshner - Sueee.-rsor to James Barrett, DEALER IN HEATS Choice Fresh, and Salt. All Kinds, I Grays I-Ktrboi' ll);ii'ket, lIERON STREET, AKKUPKEN, WASH. Holds the <"( <orhV s rccordfor long-distiincc fast running* After a two days ride it i j iv eshing to s' p into a fit 1, bright, sweet smelling train as you do if von go east via Hillings and the 15r-lington Kotit?. No dust on the car seats; no litter on the ear floors; no foul air; nothing to re- Kast and South. Three routes east — via si. l'aul, Killings, Mont., and Denver. Fur lielcets and informa tion apply to nearest ticket agent, or to M. I'. I>i-:vro.N, I'nget Sound Agent, Seattle, Wash. TIE LdlOf srccKsson TO Mrs.BARRONE A lull line of millin ery goods in all the latest styles. No pains will be spared to give satis faction to our patrons Orders filled care fully and promptly. HILTON BROS. Fresh Candies, Coo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 August 1897

I or MJBscmrTioN til*' j.j. (HI & ■ 7 rates on application. HjTttipMtoffloc nt Atu'i 'U oii, Wilsli., mall matter. r^jwrthg, mamatfos or ilontlis pi-intol JJJimijence ilcslri"! from all purls of Short communications on topics Phttrest when acpomimnlcil by tlio lAMrritff wi " 1,0 iiisertoil, the name IjVatuot necessarily for publication. '„0S r. GIRTON. ITIIUSIIKR. Kpiperof the City ot Aberdeen. I RICE OF WHEAT. i Ledger advises the farmers wheat, and not wait for cp, ae the price is sure to as e. This is good advice, but ppose any gold-bug, proteet ild so soon make the confes i advice implies, both as to Ihe tariff and of the single upon the price. The Ledger he rise is due to crop short- Mids and tos]ieculation,amt sell now as good as says, uothing to do with the lise, six months have elapsed ina and Australia will 1 irop; when the shortage in w will disappear, and our disposed of, will be unsale rice. ianother factor influencing is apparently overlooked he surprise of receivin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 August 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. I'ublUhed Brery Tliurailur. ABERDEEN WASH. NEWS OF THE WEEK Interesting Collection of Current Bvent# lii Condensed Form From Both Continent* Peters & Roberts' furniture factory, of Portland, Or., was damaged by lire to the extent of #G,OOO. President Fauro, of the French re public, visited Russia, and was royally welcomed by the czar at Cronstadt. It is reported that the government of Brazil is negotiating with a European nation for the sale of one of her war ships in course of construction. Governor Lord has pardoned Clar snce Wade out of the Oregon peniten tiary. He has been adjudged afflicted with consumption and not exjiected to live. It is officially announced at Buenos Ayres that a very largo crop of grain is anticipated in the Argentine Republic. The wool clip, it is further stated, will be a heavy one. \ Seattle man has gone to Boston to secure 200 young ladies for an exiiedi tion to the Klondike gold fields. It is said he will fit nut a steamer ami star...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 August 1897

TO JAPAN. I 0, lut Note Mf *l»wah. ■ _ Aug. 23. — Secretary Bjiwbinitte'i to the Japanese BLun » n,wor t0 Jean's last ■f , # the annexation of lla- KLted States. Mr. Sher ■"^iimarked by its friendly Em||l(l •^P lUI -° t(fe i«re brought out by the ■ it reiterates the position ■F taken by the secretary of Eilie right ami propriety of K,H« wiitot,l< ' Uni, °' l SlaU>s; E however, is coupled an as ULthe interests of Japan in Uiillbe fully safeguarded. It WL. Mti»factii'ii at the plan ISi between Japan and 11a- EXdiettion of Japanese imtni [# ««*«>'• iglargely an elaboration K $heria*ii'B former letter, and Ry,, expressed in no way differ C/previously laid down by ILiIIImI. S««<-rnt Wounded. Lfak, Aug. 23.—A dispatch to yd from Constantinople de bomb explosion says: Dy- Jwhurled through the lower Lof the council house of the yiorte by Armenian hands and uklo* the room in which the Ufcoflce is situate I. shaking with Jforw the entire building, j»«illsaml shooting up through ir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 August 1897

THOSE . AUTUMN SHOES HAVE JUST ARRIVED! AT JEFF'S Ani:i:m:i v. Wasii. G. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett, 1> 1: A I.KR IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt. All Kinds. ' Grays Durlior IRarkct, r lIKKON STREET, ABERBEEN, WASH. The Mississippi Scenic Line. Every new idea that's a good ''' en ' som bodied in tlio const ruction of tlio Burlington's new"St I'anl-Chicago Limited." K.loctric light, steam heat, wide vestibules, compart nicnt sleeping cars, buffet smoking cars —everything that any otiior train has n ° ]Jost, too; fo say the peo ple who travel in it. No Extra Fares. Leaves St. Paul 8:05 p. in. daily, after arrival of Northern Pacific, (iroat Northern and Soo Pacific trains from tlio west. Tickets at oflices of all connecting lines. M. P. BKN'TO.N, I'uget Sound Agent, Seattle, Wash. Steamer T. C. Reed Time Card. i.EAYE KOI! TIME TIME Ihnjuiain. Montesnno. ii,(ion 111 *2.30 |» 111 Aberdeen.. . . 4 - . ... 6.30 44 3.00 41 rosniopolis.. ... .44 . . 7.00 44 3.30 44 .Montesnno ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 September 1897

P fiuisor SUBSCRIPTION : . f'i.OO >tt. 1.00 r>o r»tc» on application. postofflce nt Aberdeen, Wash., jJJJdißinKll matter. marriages or deaths priutod '"SidDonilonci' desirel (rom nil parts of 'Jit* »' lort I'ommunicalious on topics '5k iotereet, when accompanied by the the writer, will he inserted, the name but not necessarily for publication. JiMKF. GIRTON, Priu.isiiKK. the City ot Aberdeen. CHANDLER ON SILVER. Chandler, who has been so by the Republican party, out to the press the following on the silver question. K«ram*rkable foi its calm, dispas £ ■L,, ,| >( | level-headed tieatincnt ot m and is such a conclusive * of certain hasty assumptions with it, that we give it in full columns. Mr. Chandler says: ■ .ijfioy an asking me what effect I the continued fall in silver will " ,e prospects of bimetallism ; Hjte restoration of silver free coinage by SikMtional agreement or otherwise. I I jp'j to them that I think the progres- I j«depreciation of silver ought to expc ■ as a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 September 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. I'ubllatietl Kvcrr Tliutn.l*y ABERDEEN WASH NEWS OF THE WEEK Interacting Collection of Current Kvrutf In Cuiiilrnifit Form Prom Uoth Gonttnrii'" Tlu> fund raised in Canada (or the India (amino sufferers lias boon closed. The amount contributed was $179. Ltd. Ton saloons in Kansas City, Kan., were raided by tho police anil #5,500 worth of lienors seized anil poured into tho gutters. Saloon (nrnitnro ami flx tuios tilling ton big drays wore seized an«l carted to police headquarters, where it will bo burned. A dispatch from Buenos Ayres says tho wheat crop in tho province of Santa Fo is calculated at about 10,000 tons, scarcely u»>re than enough to supply tho province (or tho year. hat is true in Santa Fe provinoe is said to bo true in tho other proviiuvs. that is, none will furnish more than enough for home use. Tho jewelry store of \V. 11. Finek, at Seattle, was burglarize.! and goods to the amount of $10,000 taken. By sawing the iron bars off the window, the b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 September 1897

THE CROWD. 9* v * rnl Wounded tl gtrriln j, Aug. 30. —Cori os|H>ii«l - Moroil:i. Hwjtte of August 27, says: we re killed un.l sov riot wbifli occurred in front of the municipal evening. The cause seems to have boon ,he polio', who at- because of their op l'y ( ' :,r ■; present governor ot \ 11- instructed the oliiof of ■C» the crowd in tl.o ovom Ij The chief ignored his of a refusal mi tlio HCjorernor lo reduce thoni to Hodw* result the governor HLort of his ai,,ea !ls "''ting ■fewrd wns gathering pl»w on Sunday night, H,M«n Rameriz, 0110 of the K party, threw a giant lire front of the police station, aivi »s though acting on a Bfopolice fired 011 the crowd, voniiUi ami two men. ihe scattered. the headquarters ot Kmlgaartl, and a detachment Kadcommenced flrinu on the ■ W killed nine persons and K,wr more. Ejgfthe riots was at 01100 sent to a»d he ordi roil the ar- E4I the officials connected with iARE ENCOURAGED. l( the Strike Believed to B* In Slglit. Aug. 80.—The miners' encour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 September 1897

T HOSE SHOES HAVE JUS I ARRIVED! ATJEFF'S Vi'.rup rN. W \«ii. r G. F. Karshner > ;o« os?or to James Barrett, DKAt.KR IN SVIEATS Choice Fresh and Salt. All Kinds. Grays Barbor lParkot, II: ;;ON STKEET, ArV.R I>KVN. WASH. . The Mississippi Scenic Line. Only three trains in the world worthy of comparison with the B-rlingt u: s Paul- Chi -ago ] imited." One in Ki: ;e. Two ea-t of Chi cag . None west. >o beautiful, so luxurious, so c istlv a train has never bei re been at the dispos it liner,h sucking car. No Extra Fares I.eaves Paul - ;.vs p. m. daily, af:er arrival oi N >r:hern Pacific, Oroat Northern and 800 Pacific train- from the west. Ticket- at dices of all roniit c-inj i'.nes. M. I'. Bits'i N. I' :get - Hind Agent. Seattle. Wash. Steamer T. 0. Reed Time Card. I.KV'E V-TIME. TIME II »V - « . . a m p m A rit ~ r'.iy " :? 00 1 K'n.nv' ~ ■ i> so *' V > W,- 0 • «. '<iii *po > . • v •• A v v. . , M ■*>) " H • uiair. •• ill.OO ** v S-i . •: H , • - t M >!.•...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 September 1897

I ■ nil!" SUBSCRIPTION : Kt< •• '.'so B"L rites on application. lit Aberdeen, Wash., matter. inarriiiKOs<lont»is printed from ..11 |.:irts,>( communications on tuples HFi.MMt will'" seeompiinled tiy the ■Liriter will tie inserted, the mime ■Kt not nccessarll.v for publication. I* f. GIRTON'. IYBMBHKR. ftttarcf the City ot Aberdeen. [(09ANIZED LABOR. I« sgo. at a picnic, it ua< one day in the year be set of the toilers and produc itry, to he known as Labor 1 which they with their I unite in enjoying the isuresof the hour; in other re be one day in the year ir 88 possible, all the peo licipate in a grand festival bor. The i lea took root is fostered by organized that day is recognized by the United States, and by 'every state in the union; neil and gieat of the land in invitation to address the Iher. inized labor many reforms ccomplished, and many . The selfishness of the I capital has been held in elevation of the many ae ro organized labor the i>a for relief from the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 September 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. rnbliiheit Cvarj Tlinrsday ABERDEEN WASH NEWS OF THE WEEK ( oltrctiou of Current Kventt In Condensed Form I'rom Built Continent*. A fire in Philadelphia destroyed ftiOO.OOO worth of property. A Portland company has offered to build a sugar beet factory in La Grande. U. *T. Layzell was killed and Claude Hawthorne severely injured by a fire • on a launch in Astoria, Or. Falls Company, manufacturers of cotton goods, in Norwich, Conn., have started up on full time, giving employ ment to 500 hands. The New Orleans health authorities have sent out notice of a death by yel low fever in that city. Quarantine has been declared by several Southern cities. A rich strike is reported in the Schroder mine, in Yreka, Cal., oil the 1,200-foot level, the vein averaging four feet in width, and running #130 to the ton. Edward Lyons, a patient at the Ore gon state insane asylum hung himself to a tree in the asylum grounds. He wa« committed from Multnomah county last March. In the Milfo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 September 1897

i" IN EXPORTS. M« In Jo'y HUtorj . ajpt, 6. —The ti.'iii i s of the United State- for .Inly * ov er tlie oon os i<imi.l ill u $-».100.00t). Alports last year were tlu« «f history. The total ex ,,ly were l»43.s T i». M>572.050 for the tirst seven vear. The exports of llpiwinots show a decrease while those of man- Itiwlact? increased. 'L, of gold for .Inly were Jr,g»inf«t |11.9;i.4:«S for Ju »nd for the tirst seven 7this year. $80..VVi.0?1. juM6,948 for the oorre<pond- Jlvt vear. The exports of •tiefirst seven months of IS'.M! ■0,204, against #Ht>.03:1.531) TO KEEP HIS OFFICE. of Sn«<« the Sept. —John G. of mails at the poet office, today brought Potmater-Ooneral Gary department to pre- K,from removing him frotu was notified his ser ■hU be dispensed with, and he The court has is- restraining order to rights. Hfe poetoffiee department, it is K, t the office of superintendent Wools is seeking to tilled by details of ■m of the railroad mail service. of a temporary pro- Hl,...

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