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

I Men's 1 SLIPPERS... M \XD . . * * Infants' SOFT * SOLE * SHOES A few * more * left for Christmas.... £ NOTHING NICKK * AMI MOKF. CsKITL. | -JEFF. * i L B. WILLEY PLUMBER vs» TINSMITH. Calvanized Iron and General Job Work, and House Roofing ....A SPECIALTY Prompt Work and Reasonable Prices. Three doors east of postottice, Heron street. G. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett. DEAI.KR IN MEATS Choice Fresh and. Salt, All Kinds. Grays Barber H)arket, IIERON STREET, ABERDEEN, WASH. Hi Even our competitors admit that the Burlington's "St.Paul- Chieago Limited" is a "pretty good train". We say it is the finest in the world. And zee haze the cars to prove it. Leaves St. Paul S.o"> p. m. Arrives Chieaj'> 0.25 a. m. Compartment aiui stamUi'! sleepers. I'ining ear. Chair ear. U nlet smoker. Tickets at offices of connecting lines. M. I'. lIEXTON, Puget Sound Agent, Seattle. Wash. Steamer T. C. Reed Time Card. !.EWE K>K | TIME TIME Hoiniam. Montesano. ' ain J.OO pro Aberdeen.. * I-...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 December 1897

VOL. XII. TKKMf OF MI'BSCRIPTION: lie year $2.00 x month*. — 1,00 I pec months .. r »0 Advertising pntes on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., i s 'c<mi<l class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed Be. < orresponilenec desired from all parts of e 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. CiIRTOX, Publishbr. Paper of the City o! Aberdeen. ANNEXATION OF HAWAII. In the December number of the Forum, on. Daniel Agnew, the venerable ex* lief justice of the supreme court of innsylvania, contributes a strong article ion the "Unconstitutionality of the Ha tiian Treaty." He speaks with the ature wisdom which 89 years of well iinded life gives. Mr, Agnew takes up B purchases of Louisiana, Florida and aska, so often referred to by the advo tes of annexation, anil shows wherein ey differed from the case ...

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

ABERDEEN HERALD. Published Every Thursday. ./WASH* NEWS OF IHE WEEK interesting Collection „f Current Evei In In Condensed Form From Both Continents, Sheepmen in Southern Colorado are losing thousands of sheep by snow and extremely cold weather. The Northern Pacific Railway Com pany has reduced wages of car repairers at Superior 35 cent s a day. The schooner Ballora Loherman, Captain Plummer, from South River. N. J., for Boston, foundered without warning Sunday morning off Highland Lights. No lives were lost. Charles W. Winkler, a brakeman on the Columbia & Puget Sound railway, was run over by a coal car and k lied in the Seattle yards. Winkler form erly lived in Butte City, Cat., where he has relatives. A bomb, made of gas pipe and tilled with powder, was exploded in the Gei man theater, in Olatuez, Monrovia. Little damage was done, but the inci dent caused great excitement aim tig the German residents. The Turkish government, replying to the representations of Greece, has ex p...

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

0.. - /#k\ v C — s MIDNIGHT. The time the sum mer of ls7i>. Panic reigned in I the little city on the gulf coast. I f (Stampede more wild and terrible than \ that of frightened cattle possessed the F people. A *t.-impede more desperate than ! ffluit of some thirteen years before when j Ltlie citizens lied madly away to the for-; rests and cities of the East to escape the j 'rush of the conquering Yankees, From jdown the coast had come the dread tid jags of the invasion of "Yellow .lack." | Here was an enemy which they knew i [from horrid experience spared not. Neitli- ( Jer man, w« man nor child could hope to j escape from his iron grasp if once he so j cured a firm hold on the town. ► For several days there had been sub allied terror pervading the community, j Away at Mobile, Seranton, Pensacola and other coast towns they knew the tlag of pestilence was hanging against the flag staff. They knew that it was but a ques tion of a - few short hours when the vol j low death would he ...

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

fcf " j HOME AGAIN. Now that va at: are over and we're all home again. bo* about shoes? W* have some sj>ecial one- f-.-r the boys to wear to school. They will make his going to school easier. They are not so graceful as our ladies' shoes, not so sha|%lv as our men's shoes, not as pretty a< ir girl?' shoes, bet—they look an 1 wear j.ist right—and the boys like 'em. « Jeff's Shoe Store. Ll. WILLEY PLUMBER vxd TINSMITH. Calvanized Iron and Ceneral Job Work, and House Roofing . A SPECIALTY Prompt Work and Reasonable Prices. Three doors east of post office, Heron street. G. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett. DEALER IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt, All Kinds, Grays Barbor IDarket, HERON* STREET. ABERDEEN*, WASH. Hot Springs, Arkansas, is a good place to go in winter. Shortest line is the Burlington Route. Write for information about rates and trains. Tickets at offices of connecting lines. M. P. BENTON, Puget Sound Agent, Seattle. Wash. Steamer T. C. Reed Time Card. !.BAVK i FOR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 January 1898

|L XII. TERMS OK subscription: r ia.oo ths 1.00 louths 50 Using rates on application !(1 at the postoflice at Aberdeen, Wash., d class mall matter. is of births, marriages or death* printed arrespondence desired from all parts of ity. short communications on topics c interest, when accompanied by the the writer, will be inserted, the name ly but not necessarily for publication. AMES F. GIUTON, Publisher. I Paper of the City ol Aberdeen. REBATING TAXES. liractice of rebating taxes is a ques t one at all times. There are few iasons for so doing at any time, xercise of this power county corn en should use the utmost care dence so as to deal justly by the ind those who have already paid ,xes as assessed. About the only ison for rebating taxes is in cases he property has so depreciated in i to not be worth the accumulated liicb remain unpaid for a term of may be the case with boom town logged off timber lands. f the most common pleadings is It valuation of boom days. In see, however, it ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 January 1898

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 January 1898

RETURNED KLONDIKERS. If Confirm tl»«' Ntorlca of a Scarcity of I'rov iwioim. lit Townsend, Wash., Jan. 4.— y-five Klondikers arrived tonight lie steamer Corona, from Skagway I)vc:i. They brought no late news, II of them left Dawson previous to ember 25. In reference to the looil ition, they cuiiflnii tin' stories of week's arrivals that there will lie amine this winter, although provi s are s '.tree. it w ill lie necessary, ever, they think, to get supplies in in the spring, as tin' stock oil I will lie pretty well exhausted by time the Yukon opens for n.ivigi- Amon: tho-e coining from •son were l)r. Van S.r,t, of IVoria, Allen K. Joy, of Portland, Or., A. K. Murphy ami .lames E. Kelly, lelena, Mont. he trio out was a very bird one, on tint of the extreme cold, tin* tlier leter ranging ."in to 70 below. At e Tagish. several parties were [lit in a snow storm. The ice along river is piled up as high as 15 feet, only the lost dog teams ean get ■ it. Many outfits which started n in boat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 January 1898

HOME AGAIN. Now that vacations are over and we're all home again, how about shoes? We have some special ones for the boys to wear to school. Thev will make his going to school easier. They ate not so graceful as our ladies' shoes, not so shapely as our men'- >hoes, not as pretty as our girls' shoes, but—they look and wear just right—and the bovs like 'em. « Jeff's Shoe Store. L. B. WILLEY PLUMBER Axn TINSMITH. Calvanized Iron and Ceneral Job Work, and House Roofing ...A SPECIALTY.... Prompt Work and Reasonable Prices. Three doors east of postoilice, Heron street. G. F. Karshner Successor to James Barrett, DEALER IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt, All Kinds, Grays Barbor IT)arket, IIR RON STREET, ABERDEEN, WASH. 99SSSSS Hot Springs, Arkansas, is a good place to go in winter. Shortest line is the Burlington Route. Write tor information * about rates and trains. Tickets at offices of connecting lines. M. P. Beston, Puget Sound Agent, Seattle. Wash. Steauier T. C. Reed Time Card. LEAVE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 January 1898

■. XII. ITKRMS or SUBSCRIPTION: f*2.00 kg 1.00 lath* M bit)*; rates ou application. I at the postoHlre at Aberdeen, Wash., I class mail matter. of births, marriages or deaths printed rrespondence desired from all parts of ;y. Short communications on topics i Interest, when accompanied by the the writer, will be inserted, the name y but not necessarily for publication. IMES K. OIRTON, PUBLISHER. Paper of the City ot Aberdeen. NOTICE. Iming with next week the Herald Bonsolidated with tho M ontesano list aud published at Aberdeen te name of Aberdeen Herald by \ Girton and John J. Carney. It the aim of tho publishers to make iald tbe brightest and newsiest >aper in the state. BE PENSION MATTER. I lent discussion over the grow n list arises not from a desire the amount paid to deserving , but to a buliet that many i advantage of the present laws pension who were in no sense 1 entitled to it. The discussion leral in the press of the conn have yet to see the first objec ing a pension to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 January 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. Pnl>M 'h«d Every Thur.d.j, ABERDEEN WASH* NEWS OF THE WEEK (meriting Collection of Current Eve. t. In Condensed Form From lioth Continents. United States Consul Powell, at Seoul, Corea, has cabled the state de partment that the emperor died Mon day. The Spanish minister of finance has abandoned the idea of floating a loan on the guarantee of the Almaden quick silver mines. The members of the family and the immediate friends of Secretary Alger are seriously disturbed about his ill ness. His physicians now fear that he has typhoid fever. General Alger has been confined to his bed for more than three weeks. The mule spinners of Lowell and New Bedford, Mass., were given per mission to strike by the mule spinners' union, and an assessment of 25 cents per week was levied on the members of the union. Delegates representing every mill center in New England were present. A dispatch to the London Mail from Hong Kong says it is reported there that England, Japan and Hus-ia ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 January 1898

■he last chapter. Kp Dun-ant 1\ xeent eii In Nan H fluent in rritton. Cal., .Tan. 8. — When Henry Theodore Dnrrant died Friday morning for the lilanehe Lament, he gave an of coolness and nerve as has seen under similar circuin ■ Hopeful almost to the hist or some one would in vito save him, he walked to the morning and made his lit- protesting his innocence as with as distinct eliuncia- B, !,e had been addressing an as ■, df friends upon some ordinary the day. His face was pale, ■ eyes were red, but his voico ■ , and he stood as solid as a he proclaim'd his innocence forgiveness to those who, had hounded him to death.. was not a hitch or accident to ■ plans of Warden Hale incur ■ the sentence of the law. Tho adjusted, the trap was stout rope held and Dur- K:i l body dangled at the end. was broken by the fall of ■ feet and 15 minutes later the body was cut down and the coffin. of the exciting event of ■t, when Dnrrant was beseiged reporters and talked to till 11:30 P. M., he rested t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 January 1898

Ah / f \ .*j ■■ \ (i^ f lIOME AGAIN. Now that vacations arc over and we're all home again, how about shoes? We have some special ones for the hoys to wear to school, 'i hey will make his going to school easier. They are not so graceful as our ladies' shoes, not so shapely as our men's shoes, not as pretty as our girls' shoes, hut—they look and wear just right—and the boys like 'em. « Jeff's Shoe Store. L 8. WILLEY PLUMBER am) TINSMITH. Galvanized Iron and Ccneral Job Work, and House Roofing V SI'I'.CIAI.TY Prompt Work and Reasonable Prices. Three doors east of postotlice, Heron street. Good cars, good tracks, good meals, From Hillings, From < t. Paul, From Denver. To Chicago, To St. Louis, To Omaha, To Kansas City. Tickets at otlices of connecting lines. M. I'. UrxTox, Puget Sound Auent, Seattle, Wash. G. F. Karshner Successor to James 1 Vitrei t, DEALER IN MEATS Choice Fresh and Salt, All Kinds, Grays Barbor IDarket, HKKON STREET, ADKUI>KKN, WASH. Steamer T. (\ Reed Time Card...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 January 1898

■)!.. XII. ITKKMS OF fCBSCKU'TION: nr ntlis. 1.00 aimiths AO rtisim; rates on application. red at the postollioe tit Aberdeen, Wash., ml class mail matter. >es of liirtlis, marriatres or deaths printed correspondence desired from all p.:rrsof inty. Short eommuniealions on topics ltc interest, when accompanied l»y the I the writer, will lie inserted, the name bly Init not necessarily for publication. IRTOX and I.J. I'AItNKY, I'nldishers. il Paper cf the City ot Aberdeen. I NOTICE. atrons of the Montesano omist arc notified that that rand the Aberdeen Hkrai.d been consolidated and will " "tr be published under the • ..aine, and the subscribers : Economist will be supplied the Herald, Exchange please alter their mailing iccordingly. Hie Olympic reserve. doubtful if many citizens of this realize the importance of securing ideation of President Cleveland's setting aside the Olympic Forest re. Congress, it is true, suspendo 1 der and gave the president author evoke or modify the order,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 January 1898

aberdeeTherald7 - PablUfcaJ l,,rr Thoradar. ABERDEEN WASH. NEWS OF THE WEEK (nterestlng Collection of Current Evei t* In Condensed Form From Both Continent*. The Peoria, 111., water works wer® sold under decree of court to bond holders for $1,500,000. Destructive brush fires in the colony of \ ictoria, Australia, have done an enormous amount of damage. In a fight OTer a game of cards at Sandy Forks, Kv., eight men, alt col ored, were killed, and four serious Iv wounded. W. J. Trenholm, former comptroller of the currency, has letired from the presidency of the American Suretv Company. Governor Budd, of California, has ordered an inquiry to be made into the mental condition of Salter D. Worden, the trainwrecker. While at small arms practice at Tampa, Fla., four men on the cruiser Marblehead were injured by an explo sion, two seriously. Funds have been secured in London, and three immense sugar beet factories will be erected at Chicago, Marysville and Red Bluff, Cal. Mrs. Eliza Kohler,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 January 1898

Inst mr. corbett. nimiltec Doc I Tluit fie It Tot Entitled to :i Sent. igton, Jan. 17. —Tlio foliate eon privileges and elections ided to make an adverse report Corbett's claim to a seat in > from Oregon. The vote was lee, on party lines, except that Inrrows, Republican, who was as counted, upon his author ing in opposition to Corhett. »ere two votes, the first being motion to declare Mr. Corbett o his seat, which was support lessrs. Chandler, Hoar and , Republicans, and opposed by lattery and IVttus, Democrats, pulist, and Harrows, Repub- Michigan. Senator Spooncr d with Turpie, the former for itteragainst the motion. The as then made to declare Mr. iot entitled to his seat, and ed by the above vote, reversed, ting was preceded by quite a Iscussion, based upon a report by Senator Pettus, on behalf •position. This report took on that the question involved ally the wime as that involved lantle case, and this case ! allowed to stand as a preee m a tor Pettus made an argu uvor of es...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 January 1898

* W — "jl Mlj. EEOJLIE Mi i.Li. - J '■ V :iu. '.•maniaiit ill 1 '; : y'i ''! •»•• tt'«n«« *U£ain. lmv ijji.-it;, thcuH" W. ill ,( ! «:nw itpHuiii: all!:. 1 ia* a* a.""t <i ' v "' li ' : tcniaa. Cji: ■v . .mua uti j'.'inu (1! HtlljClli iiuttiu.iT. Can" B» tlu£ n. frumiili lit an* ailiett iiii.iiH. Hit «! iliapbl" in :nr mm t thews, ai.-i U» lIXILCT .m im'ipfllH -tlicus :r.: — -.ii!" iia.at ami 'Vi'.iir lint "u!n—tiail me nivt liliu 'urn. >- Jeff s Shoe Store. L S. WILLEY PLQIB2Z TUTSSjETH. CsJua,-' :•«« ii*sn arc ©eaweafl Jcc Wjr'L and Hcuse R'-criirf i. fSEmrx't ?>' ■■!"» i-nl 3»iiiw.iiu.:in C'lfsK lawt :i .ilii-v The b-j?fet tlSxliig ear ai -.;«! Sur'iii!?' ai ; •! - i.ii—. !ia::ii{'; ttimiluii at i 'nr' .i an ::'ti) naiwt in w'u lilt lit. Dim in.' ii. ii; . 'ii " i a", aim.'' liixiilini i.ai." ama . ' iiu ;nuil ;:i:11: • in,—m ini:*<:it-« i nina iraa • tni: itrTiitriimi v.a alaira, mi • > UtHst, ianin i.m i v-iaiil i"iii. ini"! ."in nir' laiaiji!. '"aii v- ■ {'inaip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 January 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD Mil. HpiCl.Vl. REGISTER IMS COUNTY OFFICIALS. I. A. Sells 1?. (i. Cheney [' \ N. Wilson .. .1). 1. Creech . . W. H. Abel W !•' Ciawfortl Dr. Walston ili N. D. McKillip K. S. Jackson irs— A II Kennedy, Charles Wm. Anstie. l;X CITY (lOVHIINMKNT. 1.. 1.. Ma ley .rallies Patterson j Geo. A. lilack [ I. C. Ckoss ir C. K. Hell \V. 11. l'earson e N. S. Arnold I. E. Jones, N. G. Kaufman, I. W. Mason, H. A. Crites, S, F. !•'. Smith. ly Collector of Customs for Fjivs Harbor. Jas. A llood, if. (', Tin;< % rani. HHHftpsano. 7.00 :i pin BUS*' . Mp,t Mont V2.SU) \* m except. Sunday, nt dQpm South Beiiil. lic By. Go. eping Cars, ing Cars, ping Cars Dl'l.r !'H. t'ORKS CROOKS ■fc, I IF, LENA, BUTTE OH TICKETS^ —•TO WASHim.n»r:, I-HII.A . NEW YORK, BOSTON, POINTS KAST and SOUTH JIB •CHUDII.K. Mtandßou!!. 10 80 a 111 5 00 it ni Mj... am in 10 30 u in . ij 00 it ill 1 ■ KL ®®® a P an ®nd Cliina vip Steamship Co. maps andtickets MBgmkVL, Agent, Aberdeen MM** General Passenger VHBlet. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 January 1898

OUR 150YS AND GIRLS this is their department of THE PAPER. Quaint Sayings and Cute Points of tlie Little Folk* L very where* Gathered and Printed Here for All Other Lit tle One?* to Head. A lirave Little Girl, •lust one more kiss for good-night, inunuua. Just one more kiss fur good-night. And then you may go t•» my dear papa. Ami—yes—you may put out the light, For I'll promise you truly 1 won't bp afraid As 1 was Inst night; you'll see, 'Cause I'm going to be papa's brave little maid, As he told me I ought to be. But the shadows won't seem so dark, mamma. If you'll kiss me n little bit more; And, you know, I can listen and hear where you are If you only won't shut the door. For if I can hoar you talking. I think It will make nu> so sleepy, maybe, That I'll go to sleep just as quick as a wink. Anil forgot—to—to cry like a baby. You needn't be laughing, my mamma dear, While you're hugging me up so tight; You think I am crying to keep you hero. You, and—l guess—the light. Please kis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 January 1898

DAYS THAT USED TO BE. siie* vnu il snug et the rollicking ys, nvs tlmt used to he. he years were veiled in a misty i/.e lieh wo would gladly flee. 11 was bright to our youthful gaze, cute windings. no iloiihtlul maze, each lip a seng of praise you were alive —and me. i to sustain anil no sorrow to bear, days that used to he, too great fur as to dare we rode our grandpa's knee, 'owing < lon lit. lie chilling rate, bowed down beneath despair; V was happy and life was fair, i happy for you—and me. [lmlsotne days wo live over again, days that used to lie. ife was all pleasure without any lin. fill mystery. led with delight each shower of in, knew that the sunlight would line again. re in our hearts where lost hope us lain; you were content —and me. li. brave heart, through all your (M'S liink of the used t«» l'o, re'll come a time when you'll eon ler ill! foes, II life's misery. lie soul is clone with its earthly i roes, o the haven it #rlaclly poes ice ajrain, as every one knows, su...

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