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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 September 1897

The Best S t E I L ARE THE CHEAPEST JEFF Has them. and desires to share them with his ciis tomers. ABERDEEN. W \StI. 0. F. Karshner Successor to James D.irrett. DEALER IN fVSEATS Choice Fresh and Salt. All Kinds. Grays Ijai'lior ll)arket, HERON' STREET, ABEKDEEN. WASH. Hold's the :• >\'d's rccord for long ciis!a>u\ fast running. 'Tinest train on wheels/' Tiiat i- what Mr.Pullman says of the Burlington's r-.e'-v cr.i.n I ■ tween St.Paul and Chicago. Finished throughout in royal fash : :i:. with w ide vestibules, •••■.mi heat an 1 elcctric .'.•'it. and composed of . '..id'."' No Extra Fares Leave-: St. Paul S :05 p. !,.. daily, after arrival of Northern Pacific, Great Northern and Soo Pacific trains from the west. Tickets at offices of all connecting lines. M. P. Bin ton, Paget s jiind Agent, Seattle, Wash. Steamer T. Reed Time Card, LEAVE F"it ! TIME TIME I II ■ itmm : Montesano. ; a ni 2.30 p m Aberdeen.. 6.3*) " 3.00 " Cosmopolis..! " • 7.00 " 3.30 " M ::>) Wcstj-ort . \ 5...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 September 1897

I TIMK'F SVBPCKII-TION: I'J.OO tPL, 1.00 g&» M jjgtiilnit rates on application. at Aberdeen, Wash., ffSim mail matter. ui—ofbirths, marnaw* or deaths printed "fiirtsnondeiice desired from all parts of ' „ short oommimlcatlons on topics 1 Mir interest, when accompanlc.l by the ,I the writer, will lie inserteil, the name {UnUgrbut not uecessarilj for pnblicution. " JAMES F. OIKTOX. I'riti.tsiiKß. ■y,,iPaner cf the City ot Aberdeen. ■fIXICAN BANKER ON SILVER. h ■«, goldhtig organs ate wonderfully about the w reck that is to be Mexico, on account of the low ' Ko(»j|vcr. but according to the busi- SKuen of Mexico they are wasting a SflugMiiy crocodile tears. Mr. .1. A. (former resident of Seattle,enters such, and sends to the Battle Times an interview upon the Ifbpct with Mr. C. W. Muller, of the ■eling firm of Farrell A Muller, at Mr. Muller, replying to a ques- M to the elfeet the low price of silver Ins having on business in Mexico, said: I ''(kx*l; unquestionably and undeniably ■...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 September 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. Pahll*h.d Every Thur.dnr. ABERDEEN WASH MS OF THE WEEK Interesting ' ollfrtion of i urrent Events In I ontlrnifil Form I'ritm I'oth Continent.. A dispatch from Madras A most seriou« accident has occurred at the Champion reef mine*. Forty per sons are known to haw been killed. The home of Thomas Hiwkins, a farmer who lives near Greenwood,Cal., was destroyed by fin- and his 5-year old daughter perished in the flames. The Eraser river salmon pa k is the largest ever known in the Northwest. Altogether 2,500,000 fish of thesockeye variety were caught off the mouth of the riv.-r daring the season. The Japan Mail, li-cussing the silk trad.-, «ays: Prices in Japan are now steadily rising, orders on a large J ale having been received from abroad by many foreign firms in Yokohama. The secretary of the treasury has given authority to Mee Lee VVah, a village company, to bring into the country 300 Chinese to take part in the trans-.Mississippi exro-ition at Omaha. A tornado stru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 September 1897

AT DAWSON. .gafferlng Brought From the Cleveland. Sept. 18.—The Ex it id extra edition contain* , news from Dawson H point, R C., Sept. 13.-Tl,# Ims arrived from St. bringing with her from the fields a story of dist.re < ■J" The miners she lias on I .B? iifloers in charge of the urov of disorder and dis* in at the milling city north, and the two great place have closed their have nothing to sell, to im've boon seeking gold must for food or starve. * era there may be a tendency to the actual conditions of can lie no question that mmii^Ethreatens all the venturesomo hery^^Cjwomen who made their way ) ftll^Eiooilike- unruly spirits are tlock- Threats of violence are II on every side. ain P r ' ceß aru mnv '"' m K and it is iiupos . BO re than four vessels with 8 reach that camp before ;ol^J^Krfree»e«. meetings, heavy with ie °' vengeance, have ""HjurtSt. Michaels by those who of advancing "I 1 the river, J 1 getting ba. k to civilization. iund|,jg n8 of winter are apparent oa *^^Cfj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 September 1897

The Best SCHOOL ARE THE CHEAPEST JEFF Has them and desires to share them with his cus tomers. Aberdeen*. Wash. G. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett. DJ:alkk IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt. All Kinds. Grays Barber IDarket, IIF.RON STRKKT, ABKKDEKS, WASH. The Mississippi Scenic Line. Six palaces on wheels. i >ur new St. Paul Chicago train consists of a bullet smoking car, a standard sleeping car, a compartment sleeping car, a dining car, a reclining chair car, irs on «•.!rth. Steam heated. Electric lighted Wide vestibuled. No Extra Fare's.. Leaves St. I'aulS:(isp. in. daily, after arrival of Northern Pacific, Great Northern and Soo Pacific trains from the west. Tickets at offices of all connecting iines. M. P. llknton, Paget Sound Agent, Seattle, Wash. Steamer T. I'. K«'p<l Time Card. I.EAVE I'll: TIME TIME i II" jt:: tin. ■M'jur*.-- 1110 . o.'<) ain 2.30 pm Aberdeen.. I 44 6,80 " 3.00 44 i o\rnopoli- . 44 7."0 44 3.30 44 Moiite-'tno Wu.-tport . *.:-0 '* I osmopolir.. " ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 September 1897

-mOMUBSCRII'TION: *2.00 1.00 ao ?nte><»> •pplicntioll - -Ktofllee nt Aberdeen, Wash., matter. or .lentils printed Snce desired from all IMirts of fficommiuitcntliins im todies JZZ when accompanied by the 55Jr will 1* inserted, the mime JJJt'neccssartly fur publication. if. GIKTOS. I'UBI.tSUKR. the City ot Aberdeen. I VINOS BANKS. lit of a safe place of ill savings of the peo 1 occupied the minds itesmen and legislators lost of them the ques ved bv the postal sav eetablished in England 1870, Italy 1875, France ds in 1881, Austria and Dgaria in 1880. It is operation in most of !,among them Canada, South Wales, South , the Bahamas and the >. jsbank system gives e security from loss; iking deposits; safely i and fraud ; develops , saving, and educates (he use and value of ihe government from by placing the money domestic legislation, th arising from depos ted interest is kept ry. The people are ict personal interest in country. It furnishes sposit than old stock teeping the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 September 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. PublUhad Kwmrj Thurutaf. ABERDEEN WASH. NEWS OF THE WEEK InlorcflthigCollortlon of Current Kvvnti In I'iirin I'rotu I'otli ContinrnlH. According to E. Baldwin, the well known mithoritv on polar expeditions, there are many reasons for believing Andrea, the Swedish aeronaut, is now on his return trip from the polar re gions, and may soon he heard from. Mayor Phelan, of San Francisco, has, in a very pointed way. warm! the boarc of education that if it does not keej strictly within the lettei of the law it: the matter of appropriations it may be ousted from office, as was the hoard o) supervisors. Throe daughters of Preston llowarc were burned to death in their home at Port Alma, tint. The rest of the fam ily escaped from the burning building. The girls were aged IS, 10 and S years, One of them had escaped, but met lie) death in returning to assist her sisters. Acting upon the request of the secre tary of agriculture the treasury depart ment has requested the seeretaty ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 September 1897

KNOWN. l" I»n Oi.ine- H£,r«r Silver the semi-ati ■jj the Bank of Kngland WHLbU aware of the ■Jbefore the government Bl|)V the United States Hereby this country K,it« use of silver as a HJTlbe international agree- K«hile not affecting our Kj B ight enable the mints HjAmericn to resume free the proposals was uiii* KJjßarikof England hold under the act of Bgjrthen read a letter dated KLipl to the chancellor of Michael llicks is follow w our conversation we W ||» bank is pr-pared to ■Lj, laid <!<•« " as permis ft^nkcharter, viz.: to hold Einote issue in silver, pro- E,|l»t the French mint is Ethe free coinage of silver Eiprice at which silver is Enlialableare satisfactory." the governor Ekbaiihad no negotiations Kited States monetary coni fc bought no silver. All we Eiltoagree under certain civ il to carry out what is per ■oJer the act of 1844." ,HLw>k> 111 Clermiuiy. Sept 20.—The National Zie sring to the information in id September 10, that tho bflmd was prepared to hold m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 September 1897

The Best not SHOES ARE THE CHEAPEST JEFF Has them and desires share them with his cus tomers. ABERDEEN. Wa>.(. G. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett. DEALER IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt. All Kinds. Grays Barltor IDarket, IIERON STREET, ABKRPKEN. \VA>H. Fines! dining car ser: iu in the world Save a whole half clay by taking the Burlington Route to Omaha. Kansas City. > r . Louis and points beyond. From anywhere in the Northwest to everywhere raMiSSi in tin.- .-ou'hea-t the Bur liMflillffil i- the sliorte.-t. MniMjUl| ■ ivi:< Uf-1 and in every way gginTnra the test line. Travellers who want to "get there" without a mo merit's unnecessary delay will ask for tickets via Bill ings and the Burlington lloiite." Three routes to Chicago and St. Louis-via Billings St.l'auland Denver. Com partment sleepers and buf fet smoking cars are notable features of our St. I'aul-Chicago trains. M. I*. Benton, I'uget Sound Agent, Seattle, Wash. Sti'iiniiT T. Kccil Time Card. I.EAVE Full ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 September 1897

--HfCßirTios: * $2.00 • • ' 1.00 .r»o Hipplirntioii. it Aberdeen, Wash., Sitter. or dentlis printed fiilire'l ' rolu 1111 EBBiuninitions 011 topic* Sm icconipauied by the •111 beliiscrti**). tin- mum' gettiarily for publication. r*! If the City ol Aberdeen. I IN ROAD. in load of pumpkins id to get such a load f if the people of this jgit.v for one or two business men fully ling trade,and trade pto us, fot lack of I dollars, yes bun have been spent in It, and yet there is a wagon load of lied into the prinek rs Ii ave been spent i wagon road over a from town to the but a wagon cannot id as a result the id Forks are driving itesano and trading in go that way more come seven or eight Wielikah road was 1 stop. Then ii a j the county seat it ir own people, who lueiness there, Iml aers of the Chehalis r produce here, and California foi quaii vegetables. It's a lat everybody feels, g die growth of the son n try. intributes one-tenth dge fund, most of of late to keep up Dochee bridges and b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 September 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. Published Every Thursday. ABERDEEN WASH. NEWS OF THE WEEK Interesting Collection of Current Kventr In CoiKleiiMetl Form From Itotli Continent*. Over 5,000 textile workers lmve been locked out at Loebau, Germany, and in its vicinity. Michael Simmonds, a railroad brake man, aged 28, shot and tried to kill his sweetheart, Miss Jenny Long, aged 19, at Baltimore, and then committed suicide. Rose the 19-yeabr-old daughter of John Miller Murphy, died at Olympia, Wash. Her death was caused by an overdose of laudanum, taken to allay neuralgia pains. Engineer E. Bennett Mitchell was killed and Fireman John 11. Oawley seriously injured l>v the explosion of a locomotive on the Northern Central railway at Georgetown, Pa. Secretary Wilson has secured an or der from the postoflice department to attach the government frank to pack ages of sugar-beet seed to be sent throughout the country for analysis. The latest news from Guatemala re ceived here states that a price of $100,- 00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 September 1897

Court. Sept. 27.—The . affirmed judgment K. Swinburne, the SlieritT of Pierce caso that involved application of the act T legislature relating under execution the continuation of ' nd ippealed from the su " pj er(( > county, when 0 f mandamus sheriff. coniniand- with the sale under 'need and order, issued on The in the case of Swinburne to advertise certain for sale to satisfy theci^Ki* tbe r:U ""'' wi . ,h or wit Ih»iit requiring , creditor or debtor .. :,too^K»'i,|i(> i >r °i" i " n price sale, and under the old law i>on without regard to ines leig-latui,' regulat contended: ''erto^^K|neither the title nor the 8 b sustained the conten- applies to foreclosure it was not the intent g to make the law retro • con^^p WllH Jit, i' the law does apply he it was intended to be portion relating to a and the provision for are unconstitutional, "it to section 10 of of tlie United of impairment of coii citW first contention, the holds that it was evi- to include mortgages na ' r so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 September 1897

For Boys; For real bovs who enjoy rough and tumble play we have just the sltoe that will stand their constant activity. Soinetliinu' tliey cannot kick tbi-ouuii or kick about. And for. Girls, Shoes just as suitable and and prettier. And what the parents will appreciate Melted Down Prices At Jeff Shoe Store AItKIIIII; KN, W.VSiI. G. F. Karshner Successor to .fames Barrett, I) K Al. Kll IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt, All Kinds, Grays harbor Market, 11EROX STREET, ABKRPEKN, WASH. Holds the 7i'or/tfs record for long distance fast running. h map of the United States. The lion" wall map issued l>y the Burlington Houte is three feet four inches wide by four feet long; is printed in six colors;is mounted on rollers; shows every state, county, important town and railroad in the I'nion, is a very desirable and useful adjunct to any household or bus-iness es tablishnient. Purchased in lots of 5/ OJ the ma| s cost the Burling ton Houte nearly L'O cents apiece, but 011 receipt of lii cents i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 October 1897

VOL. XII. TRKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One your W.OO Six months 1.00 Three months ■ - r >o Advertising rntes on application. Kntereii at the postofltec at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. I'orrespondence desired from all puns of the county. Short communications on topics of public" interest, when accompanied by tile name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. JAMES F. OIRTON', Publisher. OHicial Paper of the City ot Aberdeen. Neal Dow, tho great opponent of in temperance, died last Saturday at his home in Portland, Maine, in tho 04th year of his age. Governor Rogers has made a good ap pointment in naming K. 0. McCrosky as regent of tlie agricultural collego, to 1111 one of the vacancies. The Negtos' Protective l'arty ticket is the fl'th one in the field in Ohio. This looks as though McLean was giving Manna a Konald for his Oliver. Massachusetts Democrats nominated Georg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 October 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. rmiiM Itarr nmitr. ABERDEEN WASH NEWS OF THE WEEK Collection of Currei t Kvi-uti 111 Condensed Form From Both Continent*. The lumbering town of Austin, Pa., was nearly wiped oft the map by fire. Only five dwellings remain. Fully 500 persons are homeless. The Hotel Lafayette, at Minnetonka, Minn.,the largest summer resort in the West, was totally destroyed by fire. It was owned by the Great Northern railway. For the month of September, the at tendance at the Nashville exposition was 253,724, and the total attendance since the opening up October 1 amount ed to 1,196.685. The emperor of China has forbidden all sorts of banquets and junketing be cause an eclipse will occur on January 22, 1898. An eclipse of the sun is said by the Chinese to be proof of the wrath of heaven at the lack of virtue in a ruler. A $2,000,000 power plant is to be established near Butte, Mont. While the plant will furnsh electricity for Butte ai\d power for general purj>oses, it is being buil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 October 1897

Nalthcr Paiaent- _ ... vrcw Escaped the L,. ..its* El Reno, O. T., Oct. 4.—Bandits robfxl the south-bound Rock Island passenger train and all its passengers at 11 o'clock this morning, live miles south of Minco, in Indian territory. <. The trainmen were completely sur prised, and were not prepared to offer any resistance when five masked men came upon them at the lonely siding. The place is uninhabited, and the only persons in the vicinity at the time were four section men. The section men flagged the train, the robbers having compelled them to do so. The bandits were hidden in a brush pile, and jump ed out as soon as the train had taken the siding. Under lite pressure of Winchesters and ugly looking six-shooters, the train men, express messenger and all of the score or more of passengers wero made to leave the train and stand in a line, hands up, on the prairie. While three of the robbers covered the badly fright ened crowd with their guns, the other two coolly and carefully rob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 October 1897

For Boys; For real boys who enjoy rough and tumble play we have just the shoe that will stand their constant activity. Something tlicy cannot kick through or kick about. And for Girls, Shoes just as suitable and and prettier. And what the parents will appreciate Melted Down Prices At Jeff' Shoe Store Akekdkex, WASiI, G. F. Karshner Successor to James Is.irrett, DEALKR IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt, All Kinds, Grays harbor HJarket, HERON BTRKET, ABERDEEN, WASH. Holds the world's record fo A long distance fast running. A map of the United States. The now wall map issued by the Burlington Route is three feet four inehes wide liy four feet long; is printed in six colors ;is mounted on rollers; shows every state, county, important town and railroad in the Union, mainl useful adjunct to any household or business es -I'urchased in lots of the maps cost the Burling ton Route nearly '-'0 cents apiece, but on receipt of 15 cents in stamps or coin the undersigned will be pleased to send you o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 October 1897

VOL All. TKKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! One year $'2.00 Six mouths. ■ •••■ 1-9^ Throe months < r, O Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postolliee 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 interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably lint not necessarily for publication. JAMES H. GIRTOJf, PUBLISHER. Official Paper cf the City ot Aberdeen. THE COUNTY'S FUNDS. ' Recently we called attention to the amount of money shown by the Auditor's report to be in the various fundi in the hands of the tieasurer. The Economist, in speaking of the matter, says the law is largely to blame for the condition. If this is the cause then wo are after the law. The Economist further says that road district No. 114 has $-1000 [$400] to its credit and 110 warrants outstanding. The records show the commi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 October 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. PnblUhad Eierr Thur.dar ABERDEEN WASH NEWS OF THE WEEK Interacting Collection ..f Current Kventf In Condensed Form From Both Continent#. General Weyler announces that hs will embark from Cuba on October 20. Benjamin Nelson was found dead on the floor of his cabin near Hendiick* Or. The general grand chapter of Roval Arch Masons is in sessional Baltimore. Delegates are present from all parts of the world. Lela Jones, 4 years old, was killed at , a '°SB' n S camp, near Ferndale, Wash., by being crushed under two rolling logs. She was paying about the dumps where the logs' are rolled into the Nooksack river. The whalers that wintered in the Arctic last year are having hard luck this season. Only one of them succeed ed in killing a whale this summer, and the fleet that will return tiiis fail will bring only a small revenue to their owners. Sunday wa<= the sixth anniversary of the death of Charles Stewart Parnell. live thousand nationalists paraded the streets of Dubl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 October 1897

WEYLER DEPOSED. Kliuim Will *ureee<l lllin *• Captain (irneral. Madrid. Oct. II. —The cabinet lias decided upon tl»' immediate recall ol General Weyler from Cuba. A de cree will Ih> issued appointing Cap tain General Blanco y Arenas, Mar quis of IVna-Plana, governor of the is lam!. The queen regent will sign the decree tomorrow. According to Kl Heralilo, 20,000 re inforcements will accompany General Blanco to Cuba. General Blanco w ill be accompanied by Genera! Arderin as vice-governor of Cuba; General Gonzales Painalc as chief of stall', and Generals Spando, Bernal and Cannalon. Striving OH* 111)- IlH'% illllile. New York. Oil. II.—A dispatch to the Herald from Madird says: General Weyler will light tooth and nail against being removed from Cuba. He is trying to terrorize the liberal government into retaining him in com mand in Cuba until next .tunc, and -if recalled now he will utilize his in fluence over the army to create distur bances in the peninsula or sell himself to t...

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