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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1898

Vbonltvn Horn Id. lU HUMIKO KVKHV Tlll WsnW HV .1 \ MVS K. 01K VON 1 011 \ 1, TVUNKN TKRM* OF M US« HIVTION Ono \ s; \ month* \ x Thr*» months - \ Kcrtiaintf r:\tcs on rtpp'u ntion. V iv. 1 . *Tthe VostoftUv nt \Wr.hv. . Wits' :«s s , ,»n.t mail matter rUVKSDAV.' MAY 1C lSs'S \ *tlee* of births m*vri!i::os or death* printed «■.. > orwipondcnrv dwrn t fww ;... r- ; " of miy. short oonnmnuvations on topi<r« iblio* i«tewt> when aetvm panted h> the , • the >*;::»• r. v\ ; '. 1 . •.- .«■ i \: i i r .r.o ... ,: :> hut u«-: fo: }.'•••«••'• Flhmv is nothititf in hintorv that com* pat-os with \inviV. ! Vwoy \< \ otoi\ ovet 1h. % > -nr-n at v\iv m • \ \\ .;'.• .: W . \ V. . v • - v . - 'i' - Nov. v. .'. * x boo . '. uftht w [h - wiiAi t«*•/..*s. .. •» ." v:;-: o n fot the Male • athi her . « ... v! o\\ . \\ r. ■: » .»h i .o ■ \M\V cV any \ -v.Yo.. i 1 :.;or . but e btlitw Abenilcen will rtw (Ik iiiv ;[ i):o r,:\ cviunoiS ooossents to \ !;<• \ *o.v tion tlx* 'o»er oi...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1898

A. s. Hod-don was up frotn h, )( ,„; Monday. 1 Attorney Bridges was down from Monte <ano Sunday. ■'• <i. I**w wen; tl , Seattle, on busi le-s. Saturdm '<VV: -VS. Men iii.ide a tmsiuca* Trip' o Seattle !a>t \v ok. ~ 11 !'' I ;°: vrv » l>..«i,,eM visit to lo.tland during the week. Mis. .1. M. Walker has moved into her residence in Highland home. tiet some of those home-made choeo a!e creams, at Chine A Noe's. if Cot your milk at the I'ioneer liairv if roil want good milk and good meauro.' * Win. lleplinger i s preparing to go east of the mountains for the henefit of his' health. i A tf of . i veil those of sav people ago. train for on In !!;;4 H i >• around the nt -u I if Hi-'cr, railroa< 1 ■ The lias to rolling from tui,' brought and hail re- Wood en- an after- spmit B»i. B:r< real on- By lea.-i i his ■ river Bi;:s i Inqv.' captain ■ 1 )ster B i'o. Hipevva Falls, B McMasU Bid i i 1 )aniel Bt-'t'i', '.vliu lias Br family at B, came down ■ Mrs. McM. |ly. While o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. I'iOOUti,.,! Evvrr Tliurwilny ABERDEEN WASH Speaking of military bluffs, what's the matter with Gibraltar? Robert Lincoln's son In law has left baseball for the railroad business. Quite a change of base. "What shall we do with the minor poet?" nsUs the St. Louis I!lobo-I>onio < rat Clot him to enlist if possible. "I'oos ape narrow men?" risks an ex change. Certainly, for it invariably J 'rings tliein to the vanishing point. A Denver oculist "objects to dotted tr.x'.ls because tlioy have a ruinous ef fect upon the eyes." Veils or hosiery? We're livititr In exciting times, but It means no particular spread of national Mispicion that the ver.v lions arc laying Jor the farmers. A Now York paper solemnly warns us not to ice our champagne. That doesn't t'other u- at all; but liow about our ilrinking wati r? "There wore two distinct hnlos -around tlie 1110011 last nig :t. What does that mean?" asks .1 Washington paper. Whisky, probably. A far West town has elooto.l a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1898

th* The senate has pas-ed the hill pro viu.r.g 'or mail facilities in the army. The house passed t l.e senate bill anthorising the urmv to feed the Gu hans mid tno people oi the island of A ."Madrid dispatch says orders have been sent to the governo. -general the l t(1 resist to the death the k on Maiuhi. A special from Madrid savs the municipal buildings at Linares have been saeked and the crowd tired on hv wounded. """ '" 111 ™ A dispatch from Bahia, Brazil an nounces the arrival there of the battle ship Oregon. It is said her call ,t liahia was in accordance with instruc tions from Washington. Orders have been sent to Admiral Dewey by the Mct'ulloeh from ||,„w Kot, g to re-establish cable communica tion. Manila is said to be short of provisions and prompt relief measures are necessarv to avert suffering. The disorder in the Spanish provinces is increasing. Kiots have now broken out at Cadiz and Alcante. and trouble is expected to spread to parts of the country which have hitherto...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 May 1898

Much in Little Is especially true of llootl's Tills, 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 cflk'U'tit. always sat- all isfaotnry; prevent a col<l J | J or fever, cure all liver ills. sick headache, Jaundice, constipation, etc. The only fills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. ' ,• i . i ia a »il». < iit s HUi ill.i i . ii■ A • ttn- s i |j*-i ior I - ! I '.il'lll • 1 111 Ml \\ ■ ;N v- ,•. it i t r i »urt 1 •• '■ v.l »< tr.in . ■ . v.| l;Ollse I>l t lie H I'i'K Wi - \1 t' O I'at."on. M• »tion • ■ new t: :.«l I -ni d. Al. \ V it!.-' x- M.ui.i Larson et al. ?! ,tion t ' an. I complaint overruled. C I- Weatherwax vs .I M WYath iw.ix Lumber C'o. -li:iio f«>r hearing reeei\er> f nal lep »rt -*t I » r May 2). State of Washing.-n vs I" I. M■«»!;.•. Motion i>'i' ne-.v trial •ventiled. State vs Wll Anderson. M otion for new 11iii overruled. Order of direction t'> recei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1898

SERDEEN HERALD ■ I \l |?v ■I $ 31 lit i\ I i r PTirvTr< rv? ■ .11 i Lx\ 1 iUiN» Hsiiuah-«i oils' Puruisiiiii"- Hoihiiiu d( pai'inH ist are ■ it highly to their friends. lecting H • ■ we chose quality first I. We believe we can make ■tomers better by selling nur motto is "Good Goods m Low Prices." Iris & sons,... ■ and Clothing Store on the Harbor Bets. ABERDEEN, WASH. Kc of Overalls, "The Pride of Grays he best in the market for the money. r 'sX3Shi!-'' T F*—Regular meeting of -l* Aberdeen Lodge, No. at Odd Fellows'Huildintr, at 7:80 p. in., every Monday. Sojourning brethren cordially invited. Wm Pearson, See*. F. F. Smith, N. G. IBilnon and ■Hon Lewis ■ K. Rogers lon Daniels hi. Jenkins ■ \V. Yonng [Cheatham H. Winston Ll. Browne Serf Bridges LW. C. Gay pi on Scott, pos. J. An r. Hodgdon . Deckebaeh . A. Gilkey MI'IA. Deckehach O'B, Scobey COUVET. Geoghegan S. .S wet land \BERDEfcX ENCAMPMENT NO. 12. I. O. O. F. Meets lit the Odd Fellows Hull, First and Third Thursdays of ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1898

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1898

LAV fioncd ilt ■XTEIiRS IH9T(>n, Com- HicntH Have ft at Chick ■>rders were Horning sus- I movement fcubn. The ■he prosim lerde sqtiad- I deemed by k>art of wis- I troops on Ing can to lotion of a Available for iv issued or- I 39,087 vol- This em ve batteries, among tho depaitment r York and nents to pro is been coun* ill go to that ctory. ■It is thought Spanish fleet int of the sail rts for Cuba. chance for a i the fleets, lit until that d will result enemy, shall ould Admiral , no doubt is will be given , and the op been longing ♦he old Cod recently com of volunteers, Bd States cav j of invasion, insjieetor-geu regtilars and i in Tampa to — General Mer- expo to the to Major-Gen- the do The orders to report to under islands. second In com- governor the absence or Orders army corps of immediate dnty This corj«s will and volunteer on the Pacific states. Mined. IG.—The Bnllo the fenowl and about San past the bar- have been set The work ia but is nearly government tag- placing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1898

Aljerdeen Herald. l't*BLl!*HEl> EVEBV TBr*fl)4T BY J A ME* F. GIRTC>X JOHN J. CARNEY term" or srßscmrrioN One year fit.oo £ix months .. 1.00 Three mouths .50 A tvertlsiPE rates ou application Enter,- i at the postofficc s". Aberdeen, 'A ash., (is ond class mail matter THURSDAY. MAY 19. IS9S. }■ • rropoci eai « • • 4 Ims > putt :he ivrl'- r. v i HE PHILIPPINE INLAND:- i- ■ ■ .ha 1 t- ve> v. : • \ bo-ii re .'ivf 1 whe tl and cat.ie It. ctitain r* tli.t the I'lii'-I State* ihtiold r-taln them, and establish a government over the n.i 1 ion of half civilized native", the which would require the presence in that far a»av tropical climate of a laice American aruiv and navy. Not only wag the demand f r The re tention of the Philippines but also that Porto Rico be captured, these, with the annexation of Hawaii, giving three naval bases belonging to this country. It was and is urged that these are necessary to maintain the commercial interests as well as the dignity of the nation ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1898

—WOVS , ARISEI aiir Banners on the ost at haml is the VP/cpendi-xl ) BOOM u' occasion • i'.Hi hHi tVSuK'CiI to 'vivo all classes the benefit of an V and WEDNESDAY, so. behave consulted every y that the advantage is so much i enabled once more to CENT ALL AROUND— londav, Tuesday, Wednesday, he bush." Make a "Bee-lline" » and 17. tiinpli Shall Wave;' per cent Discount Sale. UFMAN. |ON. I 11. 1". ( oles ami (laughter wore down I from Grand forks Monday. Get some of those home-made choco late creams, at Clune & Noe's. if Attorney N. W. Bush had legal buei- i ness in Taooma and Seattle last week. | Get your milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if you want good milk and good meaure. * Micheal \\ cods, a prominent young farmer and logger, was down fron, Elma Sunday. Fir logs are being snapped up at $5 per M. on the Harbor and ve logger is jubi lant thereat. j llev. Oscar A. >;i 1 illl baptised four persons by immersion at Cosmopolis Sunday afternoon. Mr. and .Mr . J. (i. !c.Miilan, of llo wot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1898

RAILROAD THROUGH THE FARM Therms that black abrinsernat' m, tl it An' 1 moat set twelve tin** a day, Aj' •«* thet (tret (Hack tnon#ter go •• f3 I COJIH ■: i st ck— farm "•• • !• .<-k t I i'iv::. >u-h 11- Way back In the sixteen hundreds :t «aa Aa' no maa dated to trespass thi that tootia* railroad came. I m, •Tfou can't go through this farsa. Aa' th-a th.y i : .v«-! afr.'n the right f "Who's Euii:.u:;t Ikoiaf I: "I want y Iti. s.s? Ai' w'ea their gang* began to dig I went Ay' they t-Al-'i '< :: ' prisma till their wretch*'! work *.v:2 !■ r.»\ "If I can't ;-:.r , ---t : I, Vjr, then. It's y.y idve You'd better *!.• • ■ d'.la' this the coun try <.f the free.' " Th.-re, th. r» h**rir it * • nzia break the peaceful calm. I tell ye. : i;:.-k you've no bus : cr v firm' Ay' mea ri by st ipe hits, an' women Wl in s.'i. Ay' )ook:n* r.y -.ni, say, "See thet r, r y. Git off my furni. y<v; it-:ck-cp floods, rrho I own this th.r: . r:.:i- .J aa' a", aa' 1 will fer.'.v it iy! L'iyg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1898

Jl *• Ho, Hn ■ no BIIOW Hri:V, H m Ida H iV. "»♦ uter ltroffllpr. The cut shows a simple form of hot water brooder to be used without a lamp, the galvanized iron tank being tilled with hot water night and morn ing. The second cut shows the i>osl tlon of the tank behind the front board, the bottom having attached to it a Ht. ■ The and the Has. to and Mart. the ou homes years. H has the on the use whidi Kk, &x.a nients Hi equal ■ pail 12 H) times H>uld be Hleas?<l to (lipase ■q all its ■arrh Cure B medical Hional dn»- By, acting ■l sur rates He for.n-id e patient itlon and The pro curative kl Dollar* Id lor list Toledo, O. iris con -3e out uf consisted Hxl-rooLu; pervousnes |«.0O trial Ji, Ltd.. i/M el David he family (owned bv ill, Mass.", double row of slashed woolen cloth, under \yhlch the chicks can run. The tank is seen to set back from this board, giving a chance for a packing of sawdust, or bran, over and all around the tank. The chicks huddle beneath the tank, and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 May 1898

Liver Ills I.ike 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. J I I Best after dinner pills. 111 • ■♦'lit" 4 . All »lnr_"- r ■ ■■ ■ 1 r« pared l»y C\ 1. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass. Tlk* oaiy Pill to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. '•Ui.WS AT iiii' rOLsii Hul'SK. ai-ini — 1"ra: «• l» »l • t' " v« P< Hor ( . t ; ' i • ; I I'.n-at* I i « <1 i )v,in.r • i! • • : J»; • H \: • h .!i j.fi <" t . re al * 110 e« urt minutr- :i.i- ' • •• SW al I st.utf Tran.«ffr«. For v,.- \ i May li. lvv ' nii>ho ! I>. ii, w. F m>n •-" of Grays II if «■' Ab'tri < t < i)]']puny. M..1 V- :i". W James A. Kair to Km ma T I ' t> 7 auJ ••• 1- k i-'ar '• Hill aod Hi qtiiam —f7OO. Chas H Warner to Iloqniam I.atnl iV Iniii Co, ely lot 14, blk -17, Hoqniain —.*OS. John <i Wheelock to Emma T Tnttle. lot l»i, bik 1. Kan's Hill lb q iiam. V A to Pilar,e Kno, n}« of ne'j and s ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1898

fERDEEN HERALD I AND [nen: B call your attention I Weather Goods. L m I in need of Wash Goods, Shirt BVear. Hoisery, Silk Gloves and puffs, Summer Corsets, Embroider- HO are in need of Summer Clotli j, Underwear, Hoisery, Oversliirts, travv Hats, Etc., Etc., ARE IM- S'D INSPECT OUR LINE OF PS AKE RIGHT ARE REASONABLE. iis & SONS... ■In Are Sold fur the Kent Honey, ABEUDEEN. WASH. I T O. O. F.—Regular meeting of Aberdeen Lodge, No. 35, at Odd Fellows' Hutldinir, at 7:80 p. m„ every Monday. Sojourning brethren cordially invited. Win Pearson, Sec. F. F. Smith, N. G. Lewis Rogers Daniels Young C. Me C. Gay J. tiilkev Hla, Scobey Jjwetland A. K. Cheney ■N. Wilson H i. Creech ■. 11. Abe! Ciawford Walston H>. McKillip S. Jackson Charles ■ L. Malev Bs Patterson ■o. A. Black C. Cross K. Bell ■ I!, lVarson S. Arnold Hi. Kaufman, Hi. A. Crites, B Customs for Bs. A Hood, Aberdeen encampment no. 12. 1. o. o. F. Meets at the Odd Fellows Hall, First and Third Thursdays of each mouth at Bp. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1898

BATTALIONS OF THE DEAD. Mi 'LT. t % •• ' --1 • iit t 1 . .. . t.r . \a : ' : • ;-:i: N hi- to:;. ,i and :■! the Voire i.I hate shut tin - p :>rv<l :• ■ i.i • . bid til. : : >t«»p the noisy v. he« .'s. l\»r a gh» <\y army ;> n s8 o ft and a mourning n.ill n kneels. Kn Of in t(- pr...\ . .. ! scatt< r blossoms tin* 1 . < r neath their tr« And btoops 11"> b.'-i-s t!a- spectral iKilc- bat talions of the* dead. Unco was weeping la the village, once were tears like winter ralu. When that grand old army marched away and cainv not back again. riiero was music la the bugle blast a:: 1 music In the air. But death was in thu roar of battle, battle flverywh« n , 'Mid the thunder of the eannon nr.d the shriek of shot ami shell. In the shouting « i the bluocouts and the grewsomo rebel yell. 'Mid the rattle of tin- musketry, their com rades' dying cLwr, Ghory crowned the war-worn veteran nnd eager volunteer. And now the grim old pensioner, whose ranks are thinning fast, fig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1898

■rfti H ilniitslsfs. reported lately reported a a deep on the 15.i)0 foreign ling t«> the will bo in otlioiui <rt public to a!sk> cures larks the Leiideu- Baxti.v he- St'mish to any ever put u wivori iMH Oregon. to cut estimated lias save') Hl'a., Dec. S, "95. Hot sniell with Bry nerves are whicli is ■ near the front. Kon the earth Why a ballonist tiles. I can diagnose IBOT-KASE. ■into the shoes, let'i swollen, tier ftdeusily. If you ■tight shoes, try ■pis the feet anil nres swollen and Id onlkms spots, ■is of all pain and [Ten thousand ti-.~ it tniln". Sold by pres for iV. Sent e. Trial package i S. Olmsted, Le re go many of the s is an abbrevia ogita," meaning I , if you buy baking pov/- ly one heap to a quart of 614 I HUGH TICKETS TO THE ml u Siiai VIA THE IPC R. R. H CAR LINE. 2EPERS. t>T SLEEI'EFtS. INIVi CUAIH CAII3, ) Without Change iml i I>< •sti nation. ami ion hclii in Omaha, iTMuber. rates, tiuw tables am! ning to Union I'acitic R, Gen, Agent, I'ortkand,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1898

Aberdeen Herald. I'CIU.ISHF.n EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON ASn JOHN J. CARNEY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Out 1 year . .f-2.00 Six months I.^o Three month* --*0 Advertising fates oil appltciitiun. Kntercl at the postoflice tit Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. THURSDAY. MAY Z(S. ISOB. Notices of hirttis. marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from ail parts of Ihe couuty. Short communications on topics ;>f public'interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferably but not necessarily for publication. OBSERVE MEMORIAL DAY That the observation of Memorial l'ay should lie foregone any where this veai of all others is deplorable; nevertheless the indications are that such will he the ease in Aberdeen. If >ucii should be Ihe ease it will be solely because of lack of money to pay for a boat to carry the participants to the cemetery. Heretofore the G. A. li. have taken charge of these exercises, but this year thei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1898

The 20 PER.. JUT Ell HAN'S STOKE Till till. M 011}. Bn! Isom Noe visited his parents in Monte sano yesterday. Rudolph Distler was down from Cos mopolis Monday. Born.—Tuesday May 24, !SOS, to the wife of Fled Butcher, a son. (iet some of those home-made choco late creams, at Clune & Noe's. if I'iof. Sorbv, the well known violinist, left A lie rd. en yesterday for Spvkane. Get your milk at the l'ioneer I'airv, if you want good milk and good meaure. * .Fudge and Mrs. Ilodgdon came down Monday evening to visit friends in ll>- quiam. Iti v. Spencer S. Sulli<rer, presiding el der of this district of the Methodist church, visited Aberdeen Monday. Jacob Weutherwax, who is now a iesi dent of Seattle, visited his Aberdeen friends during the week and returned to Seattle yesterday. Express Agent W. M. Malign has been setting up the cigars sine? yesteidav morning, the causa being the arrival at his home of a handsome baby girl. Prof. W. C. Avlsworth was in the city Tuesday making arran...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1898

ABERDEEN HERALD. I'uTiltMheri Every Thnrnday. ABERDEEN WASH. T!(V> Boston Transcript asks for "a pooil alexipyretic hymn." Wo arc will ing to Ik i searched. Y*"o believe that among the reconcen trados henceforth the call to dinner will not be quite so far apart. Columbus' eug may in time bo chlcfly remembered over there in association with getting it where the chicken got tin'ax. I'nder the new base-ball rules the game is ile])rlved of a great deal of ex citement; rioting is now restricted to the bleachers. General lilaiieo very touchlngly re fers to Cuba a.s "the island which Spain discovered, peopli-d and civil ised," two-tliirds of which is true. A Montana miner who proposed to a widow and was rejected set tire to her residence and then bravely rescued her. That fellow's scheme to destroy weeds is too startling to become very popu lar. Tlii? Madrid newspaper Correspon dencia says that it "lias entire con fidence that justice will ultimately tri umph in the war with the United ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1898

It first to sail, "pi"" - " ,! -«"v Xroops to for >1 iIIIIIII. San Franc is, o, May 23.-Oregon's nvmiont of volunteer infantry has recoiy,,] orders to be ready to sail for Uu ' P»"li|>l.iiies at once. At a late tiour this evening, Colonel Summers was Informed that his command should immediately prepare for the voyage, and a few minutes afterwards the whole Oregon camp was In a state of jollifica tion. The colonel was routed out of his tent, and for a quarter of an hour addressed his men in tones that brought forth the wildest cheering. The rei>ort in camp is that the Fourteenth infantry, recently arrived from Vancouver, at east, will go with the Oregon regiment Some artillery may also be in tlio force hurried to the front, as there are four batteries of heavy and several of light artillery in the California volunteers. 1^ Kaye CiIVPII ■ Tliou t of the here. Hll, and in the ■tost do- to bo ■ night, Hre and ■keep up Ao leave are Hgnecs of' H, which ■d/. Mex- I will bo Bin act...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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