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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 November 1897

[he Balance On the ledger of experience is greatlv in favor of .YOI: / SCOiy.l S/Lll.. Read the following from the private ledger of a gentleman who has tried these shoes: WINI'KR OF ISy-X-. To I pair calf shoes- $ , r >.oj I pair rubbers . .90 I visit physician -j.50 1 prescription .7;, 2 bottles cough syrup ,. r »0 L box quiniuc pills '» days deteution from business ti.oo Total $ i5.«»0 WINTER OF Is9o-07. .0 , paii Nova Scotia Seal * -U)0 rinvlng over last year $ n yo No more Rheumatism,coughs or colds NO MORE WET FEET! ladies', Men's ami Children's. A full line at Jeff's. G. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett, DK.\i.;:u IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt, All Kinds, Grays IJarbor IDai'ket, II l* HON Sl'it BET, ABKRDKKN. WAS!!. Three routes east: 1. Via, St. Paul. 2. Via Billings, Mont. 3. Via Denver. Take No. 1 if yon want to ride 011 the finest train in the worlk. Xo. 2 if you want to save time. No. 3 il you want to see the most magnificent scenery 011 the globe. Tickets at o...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 November 1897

>'0L XII. TKItMS OF subscription: One year Blx months. 1.00 I'll roc months < r, O Advertising nites on application. Entered at the postolllec nt Aberdeen, Wash., as second class 111 nil mutter. Notices of hirttis, niarriaKcs or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from nil parts of the conntv. short communication!! on topics of public'lnterest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name |>referrably but not necessarily for publication. JAMES F. (JIRTON, I'UBMSIIKR. Official Paper of the City ot Aberdeen. ENEMIES TO CAPITAL. In the minds of the great majority of capitalists, as well as of many others, the worst enemy tc capital is the anar chist or socialist, while not a few look vpon labor as the natural and persistent ■enemy to that which is known as capital. The anarchist or socialist may desire to disseminate capital, but by reason of fewness in numbers they are powerless. Labor, while it may strive with capital, is not an enemy to cap...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 November 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. PabltAhed Bvery Thursday. ABERDEEN WASH NEWS OF THE WEEK Interesting Collection of Current Event* In Condensed Form From Both Continents. A dispatch from Hawarden says that Mr. Gladstone, concerning whose health an alarming rumor was widely circulated, is in his usual health, and Sunday morning walked to the villago church, where he attended services. Passengers on the steamer Mascotte, which has arrived in Tampa, report that Engel Pasee, who betrayed Gen pral Castillo to the Spaniards for ¥5.000, was captured by insurgents on his way to Cienfuegos, court-mar tialed on a drum-head and hanged. A great fire broke out at Melbourne, Australia, and in a very short space of time did enormous damage. It is esti mated that the loss will reach £1,000.- 000, while the trade in soft goods has received a serious setback. Hundreds of employes of all sorts have been thrown out of employment. Changing its name and principles the American Railway League has become a full-fledged po...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 November 1897

|HE NEW ELDORADO IHE GOLD f-1 ELDS OF ALASKA AND THE YUKON. eogrnpliy, Cllmnto anil ltesourees of I lie Now Famous Itegion of the Far North—Great Extent of Ground to lie Prospected. «?ciHl Correspondence.) Purchased from Russia in I!SI>7 for r,200,000, Alaska was a portion of the nited States for ;i0 years without at acting the attention its resources and ealth merit. Kveiywhere apathy and norance preaviled in regard to this test territorial acquisition. Suddenly lis was change I. In a single day the 'os of the entire world were turned to londike, and there they remain fixed, n the 17th of last July the steamer Drtlaud sailed into port with $800,000 gold on hoard, and to the ends of le earth was telegraphed the story of ie rich placer diggings discovered ong the Klondike and its tributaries, ion began that rush to the new mines liich has filled the news columns of e press with its varied experiences for iir months. Ten thousand men ined in it. Some are now at the ines; others are...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 November 1897

The Balance On the ledger of experience is greatly in favor of XOl'.A SCOT LI SEAL. Read the following from the private ledger ol a gentleman who has tried these shoes: wixrzß or m>m. To 1 pair calf shoes I '~i» 1 pair rubbers </) 1 visit phj.'ir-Uu jr., 1 prescription 2 bottles cough syrup ~Vj 1 box quinine pills .25 2 days detention ?r-*m t.-isitit:*- r,.00 Total « JS.SO WINTER OF .0 . pair Nova Scotia seal I iV> Saving orer last year « iTyb No more Rheumatism,coughs or colds NO 3IORE WET FEET! ladies', Men s and Children's. A full line at Jeff's. 6. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett, DEALER IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt, All Kinds, Grays Ikrbor IDarket, I IKRON STREET, ABERDEEN, WASH. Send me 15 cents in stamps and I will mail you a map of the United States, three feet four inches wide by lour feet long. Printed in six colors. Mounted on rollers. Shows every state, county, important town and rail road in the United States. M. P. Benton, Fuget Sound Agent, Seattle, ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 December 1897

■VOL XII. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION*. )ne year 12.00 Ux months .... 1.00 Three months 50 Advertising rates on .application. Entered nt the postoffloe at Aberdeen, Wash., is second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printe 1 free. Correspondence desired from all parts of he county. Short communications on topics >f public* interest, when accompanied by the lame of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferably but uot necessarily for publication. JAMES F. GIRTON, Publisher. Dtficial Paper of the City ot Aberdeen. PATTISON CROSS-EXAMINED. The means by which the number of litegral parts there are in anything, whether of distance, capacity, weight, Itc., is that which legislation lias defined in ihe means by which those parts arc letei mined, and are known as the meas ure of distance, as the yard stick, the heasure of capacity, as the bushel, the inueasure of weight, as the pound, etc. riie measure of value, in this country, as leborinincd by legislation, is the...

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

ABERDEEN HERALD. 1 PnbllnhtHl Evorr Thursday. ABERI )EKN .777VVASH _ NEWS OF THE WEEK (nl.-r.-.tiiiß Collection of Current Kv. nl* It. Condensed Form From Both Continents. The celebration in honor of Onion's martyred missionary, I>. .Muruus Whit man, was begun in Walla Walla. Wash., Monday. Large crowds wore in attend ance. The opening address was made by Rev. L. 11. Halloek. A monument is to be erected over the grave of Dr. Whitman. Senator Lodge, of the committee on foreign relations, was at the state de partment early in the week, lie would say nothing about the Cuban situation except that the committee ha 1 accom plished a great deal. The first business would he to contirm the annexation of Hawaii, which woul 1 be done bv rati fying the treaty, or by legislation. Ex-Senator Corhett and wife of, Ore gon, have arrived in Washington for the session. The Post, of that city, says that the committee on elections will hold a meeting the first week i f the session and report favorabl...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 December 1897

M'KINLEY IN GOLD. A Statue to !•«» Expihlteil at tl»e I'iivlm rx|io*it ion. New York, Nov. 20. —Ada llehan in silver is to be outshone by William Mc- Kinle v in gold according to the Herald of today. The added fame which tho |actress acquired by posing for the Mon tana statue of solid silver exhibited at the world's fair is to be approached if not eclipsed by tho president of the United States who will furnish the fig ure for a life-sized statue of' solid gold. This will be the most costly lump of precious metal the people of the mod ern world have ever seen. So says l'\ 1). iligby, of Chicago, who has been retained by Western millionaires to furnish such a statue for exhibition at the Paris exposition in IDiH). Mr. llinbv was in the city yesterday on his way to Washington to get the consent of President McKinley to pose for the figure. As Mr. Iligby took a prominent part in the headquarters management of the late campaign, and lias asked for no aftice he is confident of success in ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 December 1897

ij The' Balance _ Oil tlio ledger of experience is greatly in favor o£ XOJ'A ■S C Oil A SE. 1 /,. Read the following from the private ledger of a gentleman who has tried these shoes: WINTER OF lVj'-ae. To 1 pair calf shoes I 3.00 L pair rubbers # «jo 1 visit physician 2.50 1 prescription .75 2 bottles cough syrup .50 I box quiniue pills .25 3 days detention from business tf.OO Total I 15.90 WINTER OF 1896-97. »o i pair Nova Scotia Seal $ -TOO Saving over last year $ 1190 No more Rheumatism,coughs or colds SO MORE WET FEET! Ladies', Men's and Children's. A full line at Jeff's. G. F. Karshne Successor to James Barrett DEALER IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt. All Kinds. Grays Barbor ll)ark( IIKRON STREET, ABERDEEN, WASH. The Burlington's '"St, Paul- Chicago Limited" is the most beautiful, the most costly, the most luxurious train ever placed in service on any railroad in any country. New from end to end. Lighted by electricity. Heated by steam. .Yo extra fares. Leaves St. Paul 8:03 p.m. ...

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

L All. TKRMB OF BUBSCBII'TION: 'ear *2.00 onths 1.00 ; months - r >o rcrtlsinß rules on nppticatlon. ered nt tlio postofttcc nt Aberdeen, Wash., Kind eliiss mail matter. 4 ires of births, marriages or deaths printed correspondence desired from nil parts of unity. Short communications on topics ibllc' Interest, when accompanied by the of the writer, will be Inserted, the name rably but not necessarily for publication. JAMES F. GIHTOX, PUBLISHER. Kial Paper of the City ot Aberdeen. CONGRESS MEETS. le fifty-flfih Congress begins its first on this week. The forecasts as givon wders o.' the dominant party do not lise much in the way of needed legis n, and as for party measures, the one of importance is that of the cur y. In regard to this no hopes are 'tained by the party in power of do ■nything more than to make a few s in the attempt to convince the le that it isnot entirely controlled by I street. Much as the money power d like, and will demand, attempted lation that will throw the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 December 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. PultlNlmd Every Thursday. ABERDEEN . WASH NEWS OF 11IE WEEK (ntere«Mn K Collection of Current Events In Condensed Form From Hotli Continent*. The Italian cabinet has resigned. General Pellieux's notion is regarded us a political move, to make possible fur tlie Marquis di Rudini to secure a unanimous ministry. The ministers of finance, justice and public works, in the retiring cabinet, will not appear in its successor. E. L. Hewes, the Wichita mountain boomer, who has been at Wichita for three weeks trying to organize a party, has left for Olkahoma City without a single follower. At different times he claimed to have from 500 to 1,000 boomers ready to follow his lead into the country. loru Hoshi, envoy Atradordinary and minister plenipotentiary from Japan to the United States, was a passsonger from the Orient on the City of Poking, which las just arrived in San Fran cisoo. He will leave for Washington at once carrying with him instructions in reference to the Hawaii ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 December 1897

I Important Features of |e Chiet Executives' Ad- I dress to Congress. he Senate and House of Reprosenta- It gives me pleasure to extend ig to the "isth congress assemble d u!ar s' 'Vion at the seat of rovc ru with many of wiiose senators and entativ«s I have been assoc ated leglsi.i.i service. The nuetlng oc- Lirult r felicitous eond.tions, justily icere congratulation and cal.ing for fratt ful aeknowh dgnu nt to a be nt providence which has so signally d and pr. spered us as a nation. and pood w II with all the nations ► earth continue unbroken. latter of gi nulne satistaHon is tne up feeling of traternal regard and avion of all sections ot our country, icompleteness of wh.ch has t *>«.» long »tl naiizauon of the higm.-t bl swings 5 I'nion. l'he spirit or patriotism is rsal and is t v< r increasing in fervor, mblic questions which now most en us are lifted far a hove either par- Ihip, prejudice or former sectional ences. Tlu y affect every part of oinnion country alike and pe...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 December 1897

jkf'l i' The Balance On the ledger of experience is greatly in favor of XOl'A SCOT/A SEAL. Read the following lrom the private ledger ot a gentleman who has tried these shoes: WINTER OF To I pair calf shoes $ 5,00 1 pair rubbers 90 1 visit physician 2.50 1 prescription 75 . 2 bottles cough syrup .50 I box quiniue pills .25 •i days detention from business 0.00 Total | 15.001 WINTER OF 1896-97. *o 1 pair Nova Scotia Seal . $ Having over last year $ TTUo No more Rheumatism, coughs or colds XO MORE WET FEET! Ladies', Men's and Children's. A full line at Jeff's, G. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett, DEALER IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt, All Kinds, Gravs Barbor IParket t U v» lIERON STREET, ADKUDKEN, WASII. The line that holds the world's record for long distance fast run ning, The line that runs the fastest train in the west. The line that runs the finest train in the world. The line to take when you go east. Three routes east —via Denver, St. l'aul and Billings, Mont. Tickets at o...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 December 1897

0L All. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: lc year. $'2.00 K months . ... 1.00 irec months .50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoftice at Aberdeen, Wash., second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed se. Correspondence desired from all pnrtsof c county. Short communications on topics public interest, when accompanied by the ime of the writer, will be inserted, the name eferably but not necessarily for publication. JAMES F. GIRTON, I'L'BLISHKK. ■liicial Paper cf the City ol Aberdeen. WHEAT AND THE DOLLAR. In referring to the cross-examination Mr. l'atlisoit, the editor of the Cos opolis Enterprise, that gentleman says irough his paper that ho prefers to an ier for himself, and answers the follow g question "yes," instead of "no:" "When the silver in a dollar was worth ore in the markets of the world than the ild in a gold dollar, would a silver dollar ircliase more wheat than a gold dollar?" Mr. I'uttison says this question "relates i a matter of f...

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

ABERDEEN HERALD. Pabli'hed E**ry Ihundi;. ABERDEEN " ; WA; ; H " SEWS OF THE WEEK .nt.-rT.ting Collation of Current Et rn u la Form From Both Continent*. Wheat fell over 7 cents per bushel in Chtcafo Monday Senator While of California has in trcfci,-e-a bill in congress to strengthen the eight-hour law as applicable so gov ernment work. The controller of the currencv has de clare! a iividecd of 10f*r cent'in favor • f rs of the Mcsow National bank. Moscow. Idaho. Jndgv Sanborn in the court of ap peals at >i. I> u:s ha# granted a post ponement of the P»Q|WWJ saie of the Kansas Pacinc for 60 lavs. One of the interesting items in the ■|iKitltml appropriation bill is pro v.siou ; cr -0■ 00 for .1:1 agricultural exp<-r rjer.t station in Alaska. Mfldisr'QtiWftl Otis, stationed at Dei.ver. : .-.s >\'t' .: ■: a telegram f- in Fort Dnrhuoi stating that ail the Use Indians have returns! to tt.eir reserva tion. A 'is; ateh from Havana states that Gomez is being hard pushed i v a Sp...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 December 1897

>EATH AT THE STAKE. pie Fate Awaiting Three Negro Fiend*. isson, Miss.. Deo. 13. —Full par krs of one of the most atrocious (s ever recorded have just come to Almost the entire family of li Smith, a respectable white ir, 35 years of age, were brutally 1 with a club in the hands of les Lewis, a black fiend. Smith forking at a gin a few miles from Dine, which is situated about 2'.j from I'earl river, on the east in Lawrence county, a wild eoun- The house is off the main road, io white family lives within two of it, though several negro fani live near. ft'us one of these negroes who, 011 lesilay, some time between noon lark, crept up to Smith's house most brutally assaulted Mrs. [l, then brained her, and to hide rime, lie tried to kill the children, sparing a babe, which he left lin ed. The fiend's work was not as well as he thought, for one of liildren, n girl five years old, re d consciousness, ami when her r returned, told him the name of rute. The mother and four child fere foun...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 December 1897

The Balance On the ledger of experience ! is greatly in favor of XOl 'A I St"() 77. / .sy;. //.. R ea d t i le j following from the private i ledger ot a gentleman who has tried these shoes: winter of njv>\ To I pair calf shoes $ *>.00 1 pair rub* - re .go 1 visit ph\Moiau . 2.50 1 proscription .75 2 bottles cough syrup .50 1 box quinine pills .25 8 davs «tete:i:*on fr >111 business t>.oo Total I 15.90 WINTER OF 1*36-37. •o » pan Nova Scotia Seal $ 4_oo Saving over la3t year $ \\ so No more Rheumatism,coughs or colds SO MORE WET FEET! Lilies'. Men's and Children's. A full line at Jeff's. G. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett. DEALER IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt. All Kinds. Grays Barber IParket, US RON STREET. ABERDEEN', WASH. gMMMMMHavnn These publications will inter est every man or woman who contemplates an eastern trip: "Custer Battlefield," "The Finest Train in the World. "The World's Record." Beautifully ii'u-trated. Free. Write for them. M. P. Bestox, Puget S...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 December 1897

VOL. All. TKKMS OF BI'BSCRII'TION : i year *2.00 month!). 1.00 eo mon! lis 50 SvcrtlsiiiK rates on application. ntered nt the postotHoe nt Aberdeen, Wash., econd cliiss mail matter. otiecs of births, marriages or deaths printed i. Correspondence desired from all parts of conntv. Short commnnicatlons on topics public' interest, when accompanied by the ic of the writer, will be inserted, the name lerably Imt not necessarily for publication. JAMES F. GIRTON, PUBLISHER. Kcial Paper of the City ot Aberdeen. THE GIFT DAY. Villi each recurring Christmas tide ristian civilization becomes absorbed the custom of giving tokens to those whom their love and sympathy directs gift. A beautiful custom, symbolical hat great gilt to man, when the Christ- Id lay in the manger at Bethlehem so g ago, from the Father who loves us Jo gift which is not promtped by love, t which prompted the great gift, is rthy of the day. Without ostentation display, suited to the needs and con ions of recipient and giver ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 December 1897

ABERDEEN HERALD. Futillxheri Eterr Thurtdaj. ABERDEEN WASH~ NEWS OF HIE WEEK '"'""•I"* Collection of Current Event. In Condensed Form From KotH Continent*. While skating on tho ice near Gard ner. Miss., three young people sudden ly broke through, and before assistance could reach them were drowned. At Tonawanda, X. Y., while a party were skating, the ice gave way and precipitated four young people into the water. Three of them were drowned. China approves of the Russian fleet wintering at Port Arthur, being per suaded that this action is taken in the interest of China, and necessitated by the German occupation of Kiao Chott. General Blanco reports to Madrid that negotiations with several influen tial insurgent leaders are progressing favorably: that he hopes to detach from the rebellion important forces which are willing to accept autonomy. A rate war is on between the various river transportation lines running to The Dalles. A reduction of fare from Tiie Dalles to Portland is the r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 December 1897

■HE HAPPY NEW YEAR. UK chill nir is crisp, for I lie frost kins discloses His tiny lee spoilrs, whicli lie hangs on tin* trees. No fragrancc of sum- ; nior, no petal of roses. To brush as we | pass; we see only dead leaves. No \\ . dear merry Christ mas ha s j swiftly departed. A New Year s,ands s c a n n i n g t lie gho st s of the past. \Yc mi/.o o'er ills shoulders a n d 1 eel heavy-heart ed Ink months and seasons are fading fast. irled in midair are white snowflnkcs Bcending! , , , tlake seems a Spirit dropped down >m above. igh for the New Year to earth they tne, lnise of purity. '• < <sinu and love II tr>niipet creeper, whose scarlet Igcd llowers Miminer made gay Its beautiful dress, yesterday die..ping and leafless for 11 rs. snowclad, it gleams in renewed love less. ley pile, how ihey gather, tlie snows tlielr wliltt ness. inward by silence, who moves with it sound: eet shod in crystal and sparkling In Iglitness. drape frosteu venture o'er tree, bush (I ground. l...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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