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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 January 1898

Aberdeen Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON and JOHN J.CARNEY. TERMS OP subscription: One year $2.00 Six months. 1.00 Three mouths 50 Advertising rates ou application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, JAN. 27. 1897. Notices of bird's, marnaixes 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 preferably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City cl Aberdeen. NOTICE. Patrons oi the Montesano Economist are uptified that that paper and the Aberdeen Herald have been consolidated and will hereafter be published under the latter name, and the subscribers of the Economist will be supplied with the Hkrai.d. Exchanges will please alter their mailing lists accordingly. DEPRESSION IN COTTON TRADE. The politicians who have been excus ing the failure of the Di...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 January 1898

Had pure, Hlcjom and deltcloui. m* §DER ■tcly Pure CO., HEW YORK. MENTION. If Ocosta, was in the ueets, was in town down from Oakville was up from Ocosta Iboutne, was in town Grays Harbor City, Hot Springs, for the , Tuesday. junty treasurer, was 10 Tuesday. Taeonia, was a guest over Sunday. y the 23rd inst., to ! a 10-pound son. prominent logger of le city yesterday. are employed grad le new railroad depot. i Cure cures quickly, it! Kvans Drug Co. aining every morn pack, for a trip to ;man of the Lewis was up from Mark licht returned home • parents at Olympia J friend of A. J.Kroe rlo. was in the city need on the piling for across tho Wishkah buggy; close top, . good as new. In tf Id the boards at the Friday and Sunday 18. the contract for the kis been let to Messrs land, euskah was in town i Mrs. Lyons will lor the Alaska gold the Pacific Hotel, •ty dogs for Alaska b a dog to sell, see Presbyterian church o'clock by Rev. Dr. y school and Y P S urs. I department has ordered L'e of ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 January 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. >'utili«h«*d ETery TbtirbOMT .ABERDEEN WASH MS OF TIIE WEEK lnt«r«Rtiltig C <»f < EvenU lii ( (nicl«*i»«f(l Form I roin lioib CoiitiiM-iith. Einjiresr Augusta Victoria is almost completely restored to health. Deaths from huVnk plague at Bom hay foi last week reached The Cabot mill, at Brunswick. Me., has closed, many of the operatives having qnit work. The body of L. J>i kerson was found in the ruins of a boil ding destroye I by fire at Spencer In John C. Bereeford, a cadet of the noble family <•: that name is engaged to marry Jdiss Emily, the third daugh ter of Adrian Is* ,n, of New York. British ehij Sainonea. wiiile being towed in LiverpM 1 harbor, ran into the ship Wendura. lyimr at anchor, and both vessels were seriously injured. Gedlis P. Huntington, in an affidavit filed in a suit brought against him, makes oath that he has no intention of removing his residence from New York to >an Francisco. Western roads have agree Ito make the same reduc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 January 1898

■r$ RESOLUTION, fl bv a Decisive Vote , to Consider It. I'IiKSS TO FIN All VOTE ill llio Hondo IJetween Hnk.T lSepre (.dilutive B»iley. Jan. 23.—8y tho <1o- H; of 41 to 25, tho senate to.lay Ho proceed at once ith the of tho resolution intro ilava ago by Toller, provi.l- payment of bonds of the in silver, at tho option The resolution ■ all the bonds of the United Hue.l or authorized to bo issued K s:ii.l acts of congress herein ■vitcd. are payable, principal at the option of the gov- the United States, in silver K{ the coinage of tho United ing 412 1 . 2 grains each of H silver; and that to restore to in payment of said bonds, H .»nd interest, is not in viola- public faith nor in deroga- Hthe rights of the public cred- H the member of the finance who had charge of the reso- briefly upon it, but dis any desire at this time to the old straw of financial Hon. He believed, however, He time was ripe for a reitera- Hith emphasis, of the declare ■ the Stanley Matthews' resolu- Hiirh had...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 January 1898

Aberdeen Herald. Much in Little Is especially true of Hood's PIUs, for no medi cine ever contained so great curative power in so small space. They are a whole medicine Hood's chest, always ready, al- 'II ways efficient, always sat- | I I islactory; prevent a cold | 111 or fever, cure all liver ills, sick headache. Jaundice, constipation, etc. 25c. Xhe only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. DOMS AT THE COURT HOUSE. liusincs* TranAaotvd by tl»e Superior Court and List of Instruments File<l With Officials. The following is the record of business tran sacted at the county court house for the week ending Saturday, January 22: Superior Court. Frank Tenny, trustee, vs Lulu B. Heron et al. Decree of foreclosure signed. State vs John Campbell, et al. With dtuwal of plaintiff's exhibits allowed. Albert Peterson, was admitted to full citizenship. In re Estate of Nellie F. Moulton, de ceased. A. H. Moulton appointed ad ministrator. In re Estate of Nels N. Espedahl, de ceased. J. Skouwd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 February 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD XII. FFICIAL REGISTER I STATE. bnators, John L. Wilson and prner natives in Congress— fr. C. Jones, J. Hamilton Lewis [' John K. Rogers Ivetnor Thurston Daniels [of State Will D. Jenkins | C. W. Young ' Neal Cheatham General . Patrick H. Winston llic Instruction.. F, J. Browne Public Lands ... Robert Bridges [rslial I. C. Ide Irict Attorney W. C. Gay JUDICIAL. upreme Court —Elmon Scott, it bar, J. Gordon, TIIO9. J. An- B. lieavis. porior Court. .C. W. Hodgdon LEGISLATIVE. iator, 11th Dist. F. G. Dockebaeh itatives — E. L. Koehler, J. A. Gilkev B. LAND OFFICE, OLYMJ'IA. F. G. Deckebach J. O'B, Scobev S. LAND OFFICE, VANCOUVET. G. D. Geoghegan S>. Swetland II A LIS COUNTY OFFICIALS. J. A. Sells | B. G. Cheney j C. N. Wilson ; D. 1. Creech j W. F . Crawford ! Dr. AValston hools N. I). McKillip 1 lv. S. Jackson ! iners —A II Kennedy, Charles e, Wni. Anstie. DEES' CITY GOVERNMENT. L. L. Maley ; James Patterson S Geo. A. Black I. C. Cross icer C. R. Bell j \V. 11. Pears...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 February 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. PotilUhrd Eierj- Thur»t)»F. ABERDEEN WASH As iv • v.'. " *. a profoviuUill pugilist is a tighter. The edge "• r..--u haw con-sol:lated. with a capital of $2,000,000. Another grinding moij..;x>ly: And now the hustle :- going to re turn. which will cans.' aU the women to tht .r hacks up. It's a poor submarine vessel that Isn't at least some Improvement on the fel low who rochs t!. . boat fur fun. No wonder the New England cotton manufacturers are utisucces-ful. Cot ton plants flourish be-; in the .South. It is just as easy t.» pet frozen out of ft Klondike Investment coinjiany at home i.- it i» to uot frozen on the Klon dike. An exchange that "Japan has its h it on out* shle of its eye co-kcl." It wotud lietter uncock its eye and cock a cannon. A special dispatch says that a Cincin nati man is "experimenting wit:, a ily- Itur machine like a goose." We cau readily believe tiiat. A Nebraska man advertises for "one wife." A:-.' we to infer that he may place a iarg-r o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 February 1898

IMTiI OF RUSSIA I a Giving Her All That She Demands. I,ANI> DDI'S NOT OIUKI'T i >«* ft': i < of ltrltifth Troop* by Trllu»Hin*n— Kiglit«M»M Men l'lve OlJlt'i'M Killed. ion. Fob. 1. —A dispatch to the Mail from Shanghai says a secret has been issued by the tsung- to certain high officials, in- K,, tlnnn that Russia warned H that it' KiaoChou woro granted Kussia would demand 'fallen Wan or Port Arthur. to the same dispatch, it is at Shanghai on goo<l authority consents to have Russians head of her customs and lail- H the present moment, says the Mail's correspondent, there are H) Russian troops in Tallun Wan Arthur. Russian agents sent to Tien Twin (the port and to Japan to purchase Kn.l food, (1,000 bags of which have at Tien Tsui. Daily Mail says it learns from a "hitherto accurate," that China to iniike the best possible with Kussia, whoso diplomacy ■ U j to have triumphod at Peking, having resolved not to force a by further opposing Russia's at Port Arthur and the Lino...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 February 1898

Aberdeen Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON and JOHN J.CARNEY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year . ... f'2.00 Six months 1.00 Three mouths 50 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the po«tofAoe at Aberdeen, Wash., as sjcoud class mail matter. THURSDAY, FEB. 3. 1897. Notices of births. marriage** or deaths printed free, t'orrespondencc desirv I from ail parts of the county. Short communications on topic* .»f public interest, when atvoinpanied by the lame <»f the writer, will be itmerted, the tiaine >referably but not necessarily for publication. Official Paper cf the City ot Aberdeen. NOTICE. Patrons ct the Montesauc Economist arc notified that that paper and the Aberdeen Herald have been consolidated and will hereafter be published under the latter name, and the subscribers of the Economist will be supplied with the Herald, Exchanges will please alter their mailing lists accordingly. TAXATION IN NEW ZEALAND. Whilo the system of taxation in New Zealand is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 February 1898

■he food pure, ■ whole.iome and delicious. BWDER ■solutely Pure ■(KO POWDEH CO., NEW YORK. ! MENTION. was up from Westport n, of Klina, was in the re had business in Monte- Bsunied the duties of dep the first inst. grand parade of George's jii of Feb. lltli. ;Millan, of lloquiam, took »y for the Sound e out for a "masked ball" II tomorrow night. ndebted to Mr. J. A.Taft aleudars and blotters. itli, of Hoquiam. was a esday's train for Olympia. 'ough Cure cures quickly, i want! Kvans Drug Co. nuton, landlord of the se, came down last eve lair, of Montesano, was iv representing the Ham- Jaliy buggy; close top, most gooil as new. In ce. tf ittend the Fireman's Hal mopolis on Saturday eve 19th. • was in town Saturday, crisp celery and other Satsop ranch. r has returned to Aber isence of several months, us this time, like all who Geo. N. Scaminon, for 'avilion, Westport, have the Cosmopolitan hotel i has resigned his position •n Pacific depot, anil is now the interest of a prospect nterpr...

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

RUTH. £ho s* •■--.] l.r' a-t high ; ■ one the eora, Clasp'd by the golden light of ui jru. Like the sweet! . art • t the sun, Wlin many a glowing kiss Lad won. On her cheek an autumn flush I.'ei ■ r;; . :—sut-h a t'lash li th-.' ia hi st of ' rowt va. >• -rn. Like red i •-i ;-i« > grown with corn. I; i ia r ex - her »r Ml. Which .'.. r.- the blackest none could tell. But lot - ; .i• .V. hied a ght That had vl.-e li, a., t -. r.ght And her hat. with shady brim. Made her ttessy forehead iin.- Thus - ■ d ar.i lt: .t Praising Ood with sweetest l"..kp. Sure. 1-. i If. • T't li 1 * t i:.. sr. Where 1 reap ti on shouldst but clean; I.ay thy sheaf adown a: : • :ae Share u.y harv. .t a:, i h 1 —Tb. mas M... re. THE lit*BY HEART. I N r JKSSICA ha.l be. n round the ; w..rl<l mure than ' oare. She bad been wb a ; is vulgarly Jcalled a "globe trot tt-r." la her day - 'and l>ealit:fa! things; but now she •... - .;.: ■•. • . v» ••. .4. and her tin. v. :..e to .n the greet silent bouse,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 February 1898

■'! j nir/C I has established State ricitlttu'c for girls. ■ :ts received last year the collateral legacy !;:x. v man has married the >r of the girl who refused effective strength of the regulars and volunteers, as made the journey from to South hakota to sue la veil company of horse tied to (jo tii tin 1 1 at is ex -100. natives of Mexico there ; to laiutholtz, about 130,- of the Aztec race, ish rule of Kgypt the cot loitbled and now amounts lO.noo pounds 11 year, .t of eminence finds that like their journeys in the water birds at night, of I'ane.tshire. England, 11s engage I in the cotton h 72,000,000 spindles, agriculturist lias sueceed <s-fertilizatlon of grasses, s and other food plants, in Hope. Knox County, ears a common wire hair has worn for forty years, partner of Itass, the boss ern, is alleged to have me of i?l.7r>ii,cioo last year, of a leading Loudon iios that the general increase ue to excess in meat eat- 11l rod pounds of Bartlett taken from a single tree in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 February 1898

Liver Ills Like biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, consti pation. sour stomach, indigestion are promptly cured by Hood's I'ills. They do their work Hood's ' easily and thoroughly. Ml Best after dinner pills. W& 111 25 cents. All druggists. H ■■ ■ Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. The only Pill to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. IIOIMS AT TEE COURT HODSG. JtiiNlneHH Trannacte<l by the Superior Court and List of Infttruiuents Filed With Official*. The following is the record of business tran sacted at tiie county court house for the week ending Saturday, January 29: Superior Court. Monday, January 24, 1898— Joseph 11. Neiss vs Edward B Benn et ai. Judgment on verdict in favor of plaintiff signed. Tuesday, January 2">. lSi)3— N. li. lveiser et al vs Grays Harbor 800 n Company et al. Order overruling demurrer signed. Jolm Winters et al vs Grays Ilarbor 800 n Company et al. Order overruling motion for a new trial signed. Notice of appeal to the supreme court given. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 February 1898

ABERDEEN HER AT X) ■ 'ICIAL REGISTER - STATIC. ators, John L. Wilson and : icr ives in Congress— C. Jones, J. Hamilton Lewis John K. Rogers j liior .. . Tlinrston Daniels State Will D. Jenkins . C. W. Young N'eal' Cheatham mer.il . I'at rick 11. Winston j : Instruction I'', J. l>row»e die Lands . ..Robert Bridges ,al ,1.0. lde ;t Attorney \N . C. Gay .UDU'IM.. reine Court —Elmon Scott, >r, .1. Gordon, Thos. J. An- i Reavis. ior Court. .C. W. llodgdon LEGISLATIVE. >r, Uth Hist. l-\ (i. Deckebach ives— E. L. Koehler, J. A. Gilkey .AND OFFICE, OLYMI'IA. F. (i. Deckebach I. O'B, Scobey .AND OFFICE, VANCOUVKT, G. I). Geoghegan S. Swetland A LIS COI'NTV OFFICIALS. J. A. Sells 15. G. Cheney C. N. Wilson I). 1. Creech W. 11. Abel W. F. Ciawford ( Dr. Walston tools N. D. McKillip R. S. Jackson lers —A II Kennedy, Charles j , Win. Anstie. >EEN CITY GO\ ERNMEXT. L. L. Mnlev ! Tames Patterson j Geo. A. Black I.C. Cross :er C. K. Bell W. 11. L'earson ce N. S. Arnold F. E. Jones, N T ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 February 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. I*utili»hrrt Ererr Thursday ABERDEEN WASH. "Can 1 prize fighter l>e » gentle man'.'" asks New York paper. He never has been. Chinese i» a hard language, but noth ing except hard language would do Jus tice to the present feelings of that coun try. "O let me die a-singing"' cries a Brooklyn poet. We can conceive noth ing whii h would make his singing more tolerable. If we now have a distance of 1,500 miles talked over on the telephone, the way improvement - making in a year or two we'll have An English woolen manufacturer has begun making clothe* from old ropes. Convicts in prisons Inns ago -■>' the idea of making ropes from old clothe*. A New York broker stowed away I<*i fat oysters at a single »i"ins on a wager of # Ami yet some folks would hardly care to make walkitfg oyster biiis of themselves. even at that price. Those two lone silver dollars of l«*i4. for which standing offers of from js nHi jsio_n.it 1 ;.ave been waiting for many years, are certainly n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 February 1898

Br.AiN iiffi'Sl'S Offered Three ■s and Rejected. H-s to u Hllte for «i>« of in iB Frli. B.—The Tribune's correspondent savs: Pre- has declined the third mediation on the part States. This informa- in cipher message Minister Woodford by Friday. The a most unusual one. lu addressed to the secretary addressed to the presi- that has not happened Lee's famous President Cleveland, oi ago. This cablegram was not long, but rc that Premier Sauasta re- that Spain had reached rope 111 Cuba; that she suppress the insurgents; was a failure, or that assistance of the United 1 (■Kinging the Cuban struggle ! MFoI>. s.—The Madrid corre the Standard says: response to the yesterday, by General the United States ambas- of filibustering expe ■ l declares that Spain cannot suggestion for fixing a completion of the pacili ion in Cuba. Feb. 8. — Hon. Charles assistant United States at- Hhc department of justice, has a letter noting the receipt draft mailed to United Barker, at Sagua la whose district...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 February 1898

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 February 1898

the food pare, H wholesome and delicious. MR lakihJ Bonder ■bsolutel/ Pure POWDER CO., NEW YORK. m MENTION. salu at West Aberdeen i Hoover had business in 't^Hy. ol Montesano, was in holes are repotted on the j Hoquiatn. of Ocosta, was a Saturday. of Melbourne, had bu«i-' yesterday, of Montosano, had busi- 1 v Tuesday. S Kaufman has been ill with \ the week. the Cosmopoiis lish dealer, j Monday. Ed Bertiier, was a pleas-! evening. grand parade of George's noon of Feb. lltli. Cough Cure cures quickly. want! Evans Drug Co. went to Victoria, he has a position, Tuesday. at the Pioneer Dairy, if milk and good ineatiro. * Fetternian and Miss Agnes j friends in Moquiam Satur not overlook the quarter off at N. G. Kauf- Keek j^H.—Babv buggy; close top, almost good as new. In office. ABlatc fieight agent at the rail- KjK has opened a grocery store ■nu building on Heron street. IBs have oeen sent out by Aber- K No 52., F. it A. M. ( for its ball at Koehler's hall j returned from a visit to las...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 February 1898

ft Aw ' x ——A \ Vs. ST. VALENTINE'S «lav oa me on a Thursday that yon p. Tuesday, the 12th, wus very warm, almost spring like; !>«•«• pie listened involuntarily for bluo birds and r<»! ins and looked at tho elm branches again<t the sky as If thoy ex pected to see loaves. That morning So rona Ann Wells had found two ladies' de lights blooming in a sheltered spot and carried thorn to school to give tho teach er. Tho scholar* crowd *d up to tho dosk to s*»o thorn, and tho teacher said sho would call thorn hor valentine. That set Serena Ann to thinking. After sohool be gan sho wrote a littK* tioto on her slate and h« Id it under cover «>f hor dosk so Tabitha <sreen. who sat nox*. could road. "l>id you ever l:av a valintinV" sho in quired. in | lain, r -and eharaeters. Tabithn n< Ided. Serena Ann looked impressed. The teacher. Miss Cornelia Little, had ooine softly to her other sid»\ 'T'oinmunieating. Serena Ann?" inquired Miss Little, gently. Serena Ann gave a littl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 February 1898

■foil TO LIVE IN ALASKA? Thut Aro liklUimmi- j L >|iin>rii I'imml >lihl IU» 1* iklbt. (universal article of diet in that ly, depended upon and indispen |is bread or biscuit. Ami to ■he bread and biscuit, either in kp or upon the trail, yeast can* ■used —it must bo baking pow- I, : the powder manufactured by L, esses of the Royal Baking Pow iimpaiiy, miners and prospectors ■earned, is the only ono which [and in that peculiar climate of | pud dampness and raise the bread Leu it satisfactorily. ise facts arc very important for [one proposing to go to Alaska the Yukon country to know, for R he he persuaded by some nut to take one of the cheap brands i ling powder it will cost just as [to transport it, and then when pns it for use, after all his labor eking it over the long and ditli oute, he will lind a solid caked or a lot of spoiled powder, with 'ength and useless. Such a mis night lea 1 to the most serious re- Alaska is no place in which to mient in food, or try to econo wit...

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