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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 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 tliey cannot kick through or kick about. And for Girls, Shoes just as suitable and and prettier. And what tlie parents will appreciate Melted Down Prices At Jeff Shoe Store Aberdeen, Wash. G. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett, DEALER IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt, All Kinds, Grays Fjarbor IParket, IIK RON STREET, ABEKDEEN, WASH. Holds the icorhV s record for long distance fast running. h map of the United States, The new wall nuip issued hv the Burlington Koute is three feet four inches wide bv four feet long; is printed in six colors;is mounted on rollers; shows every state, county, important town and railroad in the I'nion, ■ l.ased in luts .if the maps cost the Burling ton Koute nearly 20 cents apiece, but on receipt of 15 cents in stamps or coin the undersigned will be pleased to send you one. Write immediately, as the supply is limited. M. P. Be...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 October 1897

VOJ«. XII. TKKMS of subscription: One year $-.00 Six months 100 Three months r, O Advertising rates on application. Kntered at the postoflice at Aberdeen, Wnsii., 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 but not necessarily for publication. JAMES F. GIHTON, I'I'IiMSIIER. I Official Paper of the City ot Aberdeen. WAGES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA MILLS. fi 'A In the last number of the Pacific Lum ber Trade Journal, E. Bums has a three column communication regarding the saw mills of British Columbia, that com pletely refutes all the claims of the pro tectionists regarding the low wages and employment of Chinamen in the mills. Mr.'Burns says: "1 have heard so much kicking from the mill men of Puget Sound about the cheap Chinese labor of British Columbia, but let me say...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 October 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. Published Kvery Thursday. ABERDEEN WASH NEWS OF THE WEEK Interesting Collection of Current Kvents In Condensed Form From Both Continents. According to Chinese advices just re ceived in Tacoma, Karl Li Hung Chang will no longer take an active part in government affairs. Twenty million feet of hemlock ami 2,000 cords of bark have been con sumed, resulting in a loss of $100,000 by a forest fire near Austin, Pa. The government has completed ar rangements with the Canadian author ities to have letter mail taken into Dawson City once a month during tha winter season. The first carrier has just left Dyea for Circle City and Daw eon. By an explosion at the Colina fuse works, at Coltno, Cal., Mary Beek was killed and eight were sreiously and four slightly wounded. The remains of the dead girl have not been recovered from the building, and it is believed they burned. The London Daily Mail says it. has information from a reliable source that cholera has attacked a battalion of...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 October 1897

lender of mediation. tancc of the I»re«l«lent'» Kecent Note to Spain. w York, Oct. 18. —The Herald shes the following, based on high )rity, which it claims is substun r the instructions issued by Presi- McKinlev to Minister Woodford presented to the Spanish queen: me but the most kindly relations between the present administra nml Spain, and as far us lies in the r of the administration they will line. The belligerency resolution |i passed the senate at the lust ses tif congress merely bore evidence lie tremendous popular feeling ighout this country in favor of . The house, to be sure, voted i the leselution passed by the sen hut this was with a view to post iji the issue and not doing anything le moment that could be construed stile to Spain. e house, like the senate, is strong synipatiiv with Cuba. This feel f sympathy throughout the United s will undoubtedly take shape us as congress convenes, und it is iSiiiy for the president to conimuni to congress such recommendations deems b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 October 1897

I For Boys; I'or real boys who enjoy rough and tumble play we have just the shoe that will stand their constant activity. Something they caiiuoi kick through or kick about. And for Girls, Shoes just as suitable and and prettier. And what the parents will appreciate Molted Down Prices At Jeff Shoe Store Auekdeen, Wash. G. F. Karshner Successor to James l»arrett, DEALER IX MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt, All Kinds, Grays fyirbor HJarket, 111-HON STREET, ABKKDKF.N, WASH. There is but one train in the United States whose toilet rooms are large enough to accommodate four ladies at one time. That train is the Burlington's "St. Paul-Chicago Limited." Leaves St. l'aul 8;05 p. in. Arrives Chicago 9:25 a. 111. Compartment anil standard sleepers. Dining ear. Chair car. Bullet smoker. Tickets at offices of connecting lines. M. I'. BENTON, l'nget Sound Agent, Seattle, Wash. Steamer T. C. Reed Time Card. LEAVE FOR TIME TIME Hoouiam.. Moiitesano.. 7.00 am, 2.00 i> m Aberdeen.. ." • 7.30 " 2.80 " C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 October 1897

~ XII. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: fear $2.00 onths 1.00 I months r »o fertisini? rates on application. Icred nt the postoftico nt Aberdeen, Wash., »on<l class mail matter. ;iees of birtbs, .marriages or deaths printed Correspondence desired from all parts of imnty. Short commnnications on topics iblie" interest, when aceompanie<l by the iof the writer, will be inserted, the name rrably but not necessarily for publication. JAMES F. GIRTOX, PUBLISHER. Hnal Paper of the City ot Aberdeen. rT OF PRODUCING GOLD AND SILVER. much has been written and said ■it a "fifty cent dollar" a "bonus to ■silver mine owner," etc., that a short! ■line is pertinent of an article by John HVaiighn on "The Comparative Cost of Sd and Silver Production," which ap- Hrs in the September number of Money, Hnon-partisan journal. Mr. Vaughn Bus with a reference to the recent dis- Sery of gold in Alaska, and continues: S is claimed bv those who advance Huinents in favor of a mono-metallic Hndard based on gold, tha...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 October 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. PablUhed Every Thursday. ABERDEEN WASH NEWS OF lIIE WEEK: Interesting Collection of Current Eventr In Condensed Form From Both Continent«. The food of San Francis:o laborers it <o be analyzed by the professors at the State University. The Fort Randall military reserva tion, which contains over 100,00*) acres in South Dakota and Nebraska, has been opened to settlers. Negotiations of the Chinese govern ment with the Hooly syndicate for a loan of $So.ooo,ooohave fallen through. The government is now negotiating with the Hong Kong & Shanghai bank. The Washington state grain commis sion announces that it will not lower No. 1 wheat grade from 59 to 58 pounds to the bushel, notwithstanding the agi tation to that end in the eastern pait of the state. The Long Island coast for a distance of six miles, between Far Rockaway and Rockaway beach, was more or less damaged by a very high tide. The Edmore hotel was damaged to the ex tent of $25,000. Speedy, the professional b...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 October 1897

ARMY AND ALASKA. I XdUiiii A. Mill* Miike. Hi* An uual Report. shington.Oct. 25. —General Miles, •general commanding the army, ade his report to the secretary ol General Miles says in part: 10 army, although inadequate in )f numbers, was never in a higher >f eflleiency. le progress that lias been made oil icille coast in the establishment idem batteries of artillery have it necessary to occupy new ground i adopt a new system of defense." ciition its invited to the report of al Meriiam, commanding the de ent of the Columbia, especially to led of a larger garrison at the ctr > to the Columbia river, and to bis on the condition and necessities great territory of Alaska. all the other territories have been ied by military posts and measures been adopted for building military bridging rivers, and, in fact, ! and blocking out the way for ation of the vast territories by ns, it is deemed but just and ad le that the same liberal spirit d be manifested toward that great nportaut territ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 October 1897

-|l~)fcf'j The Balancß On the ledger of experience is greatly in favor of XOI * / SCOTIA SEAL. Read the following from the private ledger of a gentleman, who has tried these shoes: winter of t<o--»\ To I pair Cftlf shoes $ 5.00 1 pair rubbers .90 1 visit physician 2.50 1 prescription .75 2 bottles cough syrup 50 1 box quinine pills .25 3 days detention from business fi.OO Total .. .. * 15.9 c WINTER OF 18>»—07. To 1 pair Nova Scotia Seal * -TOO Saving oyer last year * 11 yi No more Rheumatism,coughs or colds NO MORE WET FEET! Ladies', Men's and Children's. A full line at Jeff's. 6. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett, DEAI.EiI IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt, All Kinds, Grays Barbor IParket, IIKiiON STREET, ABKKDEKN, WASH. ail r Prosperity is hcie. Loosen your purse-strings and go east. Take the Burlington Route if the best is what you want. Three routes east —via Denver, St. Paul 6nd Billings, Mot.t. Tickets at offices of connecting lines. M. 1". Huston, I'uget Sound Agent,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 November 1897

VOL. XII. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year. W.OO Six months. . ... ■ MM Three mouths ■>" Advertising rntes on application. Entered nt the postofllce tit Aberdeen, Wash., ns sjcinui class mull matter. Notices of births, marriniies or ileaths printed fret'. Correspondence desired from all parts of the county. Short communications on topics of public'interest, when accompanied liy the name of the writer, will he inserted, the name prcfcrraMv hut not necessarily for publication. JAMES F. (ilirrox. l'l'ULlsimt. Oliicial Paper of the City ci Aberdeen. HANNAISM CONDEMNED. Returns from the state elections held Tuesday do not indicate that the people are falling over each other iu their eager ness to endorse the McKinley adminis tration or to fall into the embraces of Marcus Aurelius llanna. In all the states where a straight issue was made between the single gold standard and bimetallism, the bimetallists have shown an increased vote, and when the issue was not made democracy has likewise...

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

ABERDEEN HERALD. PnWlthtd Everjr Thursday. ABERDEEN WAgfl " NEWS OF THE WEEK interesting Collection of Current Event* In Condensed Form From Both Continents. Great excitement has been caused in Caracas by the discovery of a plot to start a revolution in Venezuela in order to prevent the meeting of congress. Five hundred arrests have been made. The largest cargo of wheat ever load ed in a vessel on Puget sound was placed on the steamer Glenfarg in Ta coma, which cleared for St. Vincent. The cargo consisted of 170,430 bush els of wheat, valued at $ 140,000. The Ottoman government has notified the powers that it objects to the appoint ment of Colonel Schaeffer, an officer iu the army of Luxemburg, as provisional commissioner of the powers for the island of Crete. The German govern ment supports the objection of Turkey. The Spanish government signed con tracts last week with an important firm of British shipbuilders, by which it acquires some cruisers fitted with quick-fire guns, which ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 November 1897

STRAIN TOO GREAT. Id en Death of Henry Geovge, Candi date for Mayor of Sew York. lew York, Nov. I.—Henry George, hor of "Progress and Poverty," I candidate of the Thomas Jefferson nocracy for mayor of New York, i at 5:10 o'clock this morning in Union Square hotel, of cerebral iplexy. In his great Cooper Union ech, accepting the nomination for }*nr, less than a month ago, lu» said: 'I'll make this race if it costs me life. This is a call of duty, ami i good citizen I have no right to dis ird it on account of mere personal sideratioti." 'odav the cheers of the workers have denly been changed to sighs, for, s to his words, Henry George, tho stle of the rights of man, died as ho bed to die—in harness, fighting for cause —toward tho close of the stest municipal political contest the Id has ever seen. iast night noisy, shouting throngs tied into halls and streets to hear speeches that in a great part were id with personality and bitterness, sets flared and fires burned, men tied and urged...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 November 1897

Thrffiance On the ledger of experience greatlv in favor of .YOII SCOTL l SEA 1.. Read the following from the private ledger of a gentleman who has tried these shoes: WINIKU OF . To I pair c?ilf shoes * ". )) I pair rubbers .00 I visit physician J.'v) 1 prescription .7:, 2 bottles cough syrup i box jUiai'... pi'.'s '> liys detent: u from business ''.CO Total 1 15.00 WIXTKR OF Y-.-.-'il. o » piti Xora 8c >t!a Seal $ '* 00 > 4<iviit£ over last year 5 11 'X) TJo more Rheumatism,coughs or colds NO MORE WET FEET! Lilies', Men's and Children's. A full line at Jeff's. (J. F. Karshner Successor to James 13<urett, DF..\!.i-:n IN MEATS Clioics Fresh and Salt. All Kinds. Grays Barbor ll)arket, IIESTREET, ABERPKEX. WASII. Save a whole half clay by taking the Burlington Route to Omaha, Kan?.'.- City, St. Louis and points beyond. The shortest, quickest and, in every way, the best line. Ticket* at offices of connecting lines. M. I'. llkntox, IV,get > . und Agent, Scuttle, Wash. St...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 November 1897

r OL XII. TKKMS OF sunsc HII'TION >ni' ycur iix months. ■■ • -■ ■■ fliree months ,r, O Advertising rates oil application. Entered nt tho postollloc at Aberdeen, Wnslt., ,s second class in nil mutter. Notices of births, limrrinses or deaths printed roe. Correspondence desired from nil parts of In- conntv. Short coinmuuieiitioiis on topics if public' interest, when accompanied Ity the mine of the writer, will lie inserted, the mime irefeirnlily but not necessarily for publication. JAMES 1". OiIRTON, I'CBI.tSHER. ■Dtlicial Paper cf the City ol Aberdeen. ADMISSION DAY. Today is the eighth anniversary of the idmission of Washington into statehood, he crowning act following a long period if controversy regarding the possession >f the territory out of which the state was ionned. Explorations of the North l'a •itic coast by the Spanish was contcmpo 'aneousnith the war of the revolution ind the organization of the government >f the United States. Almost simulta leouslv American and ...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 November 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. Published Every Thur.d»r. ABER DEEX WASH NEWS OF THE WEEK Interesting Collection of Current Event. In Condensed Form From ISoth Continents. Three men were burned to death in a fire at Hot Springs, Ark. Marshal Blanco has extended a full pardon to all rebels in Cuba. Steps were taken at a mass meeting of miners held at Marquette. 111., to continue the coal strike throughout the winter. A ram or has reached Simla that a nati\e officer and 35 Sikhs belonging to the Kurram column have been inter cepted by the tribesmen in a ravine and slaughtered. Two men met death in Southern Or egon. One was struck and hurled from a trestle by a train on the South ern Pacido, the other was run over bv the same train while switching in the yard at Grant's Pass. A Naples dispatch says Mount Vesu vius is in great activity. A mass of lava is pouring out from the Artio de Cavello crater, which opened in IStfo. Two wide streams are flowing down in the direction of Vitrova an 1 liiano del In...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 November 1897

AN INSURGENT VICTORY Spaniards Suffer a Crushing Defeat in Matanzas. TOWN OF HOLGUIN CAPTURE! Conflict rolnt» With l'n»lintp<l Fury—Spanish I.oho Convoy in riniif n.t itlo. New York, Nov. B.—A dispatch to the Herald from Havana says: The insurgent troops in the field are very active. On October 30 the Spaniards sustained the most severe loss they [have met for some time. On the bord ers of Matanzas province General Mo lina was defeated by the insurgents un der General Betaneourt. Genera! Mo lina was on his way to Havana with u brigade of troops to participate in Blanco's reception. At Aguacate ho heard the rebels were encamped in Purgatory hills, and broke his march tc attack them. The tight was a long one, and the Spanish loss was large. He was finally forced to retreat. In Pinar del Kio province the rebels under command of Captain Lorr at tacked a convoy that left San Cayetano and captured a large supply of clothing and ammunition. A report apparently well-founded, is rurrent i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 November 1897

"rM'l % -: v i Fhe Balance (tlie ledger of experience is o;catlv in favor of XOI A SCOTIA SK I/.. Read the followin- from tlie private ledge r of a gentleman who has tried these shoes: win run of i-j' To I pair calf shoe* $ 5.00 IpairruMivrs .90 1 visit phjsician 2.50 1 prescription .7*» J bottles cough syrup .50 L *>ox quinine pills .25 tiivs detention from business •-.00 i or al ? 15.90 WINTER OF l-.0-'.-T. » . pin XovaSc<»ti«i -vjl ? VW i\*;ng over last year $ 11 vo t'Jo more Rheumatism,coughs or colds SO MORE WET FEET! Lilies'. Men's an! Children's. A full line at Jeff's. G. F. Karshner Successor t » Pnirrctt, I'i:AMIR IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt. All Kinds. Grays liar'tor IThirket, llKi:> N STREET, adkudkkn, WASH. Only three trains in the world worthy of comparison with the Burlington's "St. Paul-Chicago Limited." One in Europe. Two east of Chicago. None west. So beautiful, so luxu rious, so costly a train has never before been at the disposal of the traveling publi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 November 1897

l)L All. TKRMH OF SCHSCRII'TIOS : 10 year. 12.00 c mouths .... 1.00 ree months 50 k'lvertisini: rntes oil application. Sntercit nt the postortlco at Aberdeen, Wtish., necoiul class iiiiill matter. Notices of hirths, muniiiirt's or deaths printed le. Correspondence desired from nil puns of peonnty. Short communications on topics public' interest, w hen accompanied bv the liie of the writer, will be inserted, the mime eferrably but not necessarily for publication. JAMES F. GIRTON, I'I'HI.ISHER. Kicial Paper cf the City ot Aberdeen. APID DECREASE IN EXPORTS OF MANUFACTURES. Something like the following has been ling the rounds of the Republican press an eflbit to show that "protection" is >t such a bad thing f fter all: "At the lisk of causing pain to the free ado advocates who have insisted that e adoption of a protective system otdd destroy our foreign market for metican manufactures, their attention respectfully called to the fact that the tportation of domestic manufactures Dm t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 November 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. Published Every Thursday. ABERDEEN? .".wliiT NEWS OF THE WEEK Interesting Collection of Current Events In Condensed Form From Both Continents. Political excitement is intense in Brazil and martial law is in force. Koon Sang, a Chinese priest, was killed by highbindets in San Francisco. J. R. Sovereign, the recently retired master workman of the Knight* of La bor, has declared his intention to run for president of the United States in 1900. The blue and gray have met again on common ground. Military triumph* were honored at Orchard Knob, Tenn., Monday, and monument* to the achievements at Chickamauga and Mis sionary Ridge accepted. Secretary Alger lias requested the secretary of the interior to instm t Al askan officials to gather about Son head of reindeer from the govern tit it.Tils for use of an expedition for the relief of the icebound whalers in the Aiclie. It is expected that the Bear, which is now at Seattle, will be ready to sail in about ten days. A. J. Sage...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 November 1897

NORTHWEST BREVITIES Evidence of Steady Growth and Enterprise. ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST l°roin All II"' Cities mid Towns of the Thriving Sister States —\Y u*lt iii|;t on. About $750,000 wi'l be paid out foi Wheat at Tekoa this year. A new brewery in Colfax will beign Operations this week. At Olympia land office six final proofs were made, three were received from subordinate officers and three from homestead enrtiea were made. The total assessed valuation of per- PotKil property in Kittitas county, as equalized by the county equalization board, is if 1,2?!),706. The real estate rolls will be finished by the first ol next December. The proprietors of the Tekoa mills have 30,000 bushels of wheat now in Ntore ainl are running on full time. They are shipping large quantities of Hour to China and Japan and their ex port trade is increasing rapidly. About 100 pounds of butter is being made daily at Chehalis Valley cream ery, and the farmers are paid 20 cents it pound by the churn test for...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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