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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 October 1890

oi. y. Aberdeen Herald. - Oetober 23, 1890 Demooraoy vs. Republicanism. (Elmn Chranlrle.) since the days of the Father of Demoo-1 :y, Thomas Jefferson, the democratic i liy announced its faith in the ility of the people to govern them k-es, and has always advocated this sst discussion of the issues beiore the pie—believing that the better under lding of those issues by the masses of people was the bulwark of our gov nient. In strict accordance with this 9-houored doctrine, one of the demo ic nominees for representative, John barney, immediately after his nomhia , challenged his opponent on the re- j lican.ticket, Geo. H. VVyman, of Ab-; en, to a joint discussion of the pres issues throughout the county. As be seen by the correspondence pub id below, Mr. Wymau expresses his ngness, but states that he is under direction of the republican ceritrtil {lit tee. That body after mature de ation (from October 8 to October have decided that soeb a course i d not do their party any g6o»i. (Thi...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 October 1890

science AND INDUSTRY. —The prooess of eteotri* blenching runw used ia big paper plants is from furty to seventy per cent, cheaper than tit* «ae of chloride of lime. —Tte Milling World nays American flour sells in Europe ou its merit, and that eighty-two per cant, of the flour ecporMd hence last year went to En gland. Our roller flour is the best in tke world. —A laboratory intended mainly for the study of bacteria in milk Is to be established in Berlin. Infant mortality in known to be largely duo to unwhole tatuo milk, which can be roaJored haruileaa by destroying the germs. —An English physician has achieved B<wne instructive experiments in the uae of the graphophone for recordin# physical symptoms, nuoh as cmifhf (vcrl pulses. A cough of to-day can always be recorded and compared r4*dily with oo.e of days before. —The saving whioh will result rs Fabstitutliig elootrieitv for hrrr on l«« street railways of this eo in try ta tinted at by the fact that he operation of ane street r...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 October 1890

kiberdfeja ifarald. j IBEEDEEI, H GRAYS HARBOR. CITY OF TO-DAY. te "Buluth" of the North Pacific Coast. ■he Railroad Situation. terdeen, Nature's Metrop olis of Southwestern Washington. is one of the wonders of western de pment and civilization that Seattle, Dnia and Spokane Falls, have become ■ahold words from the Kocky Moun s to the Atlantic coast, and Aber , a city that has local resouroes equal therofthem, and one whose loea as a seaport furnishes advantages far rior to the Sound cities, should, up jhteen months ago, be comparatively own. Such was the case until new , new money and new 'men, recog s the faot that with the filling up levelopment of the new state, there be a .great coast wise'dty on the s of Grays Harbor, and that Aber b magnificent location at the junc f two -fivers and at the head of nav i would easily place her far in ad of any point or city in Southwest ashington, located themselves there vorked industriously and intelli to make known to the general , the trem...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 October 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Thtirsday, - October 23, 1890. ISSUED EVER* THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL. KDITIIR AND PROPRIETOR. Tiifvfs or subscription: 00 Oae year, in iia vauce - One year, not i:i advance jg Six months * Three months ai»vkrti*inu hat**: One inch, per month VX Reading noticei*«,i>er line... • • • • A liberal reil ictlon to reKular advertisers. LKO 11. ADVBBTISEMKNTS: i'er square (ten iiues), lirst Insertion *1 : >0 v'aeh subsequent Insertion «® intered at th.: postofflce at Aberdeen, W. T., • a second class mall matter. News aud all items of interest, solicited from all parts oI the county. The name of the scmier should appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN' HERALD. Wis do not hoM ourselves responsible forthe views'or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. Wc reser - c the rteht to reject any and all mutter of a personal nature, where it rytioctsto the Individual discredit of any one. Democratic Ticket. Pjr Congress, THOMAS CARROLL, of Taeonui. For State Sen;.t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 October 1890

f» - — 1 ■ Jera d. IV - - Webber 23, 1890. ■LOCALS. Last call. tic speaking at Hoquiam this, vening. itest songs and instrumental irdeen Music House. 2-2t I world of Abeideen has teen attention to the substantial the table during the past it for Security oil. Diamond tf >licans held a largely attend it Hoquiam Monday. Thad 1 local speakers addressed it. ne of woolen and si lk over- Reliable Clothier, Herman 2-2t :ian is on every hand, and ake him. er, constable of Hoquiam, Vjatesano lust week Mr. Si-! '"i te tried ai t for loading . Tn( jj an doc-1 leed. icriber to the anti-Chineße shes to withdraw his sub- II confer a favor by calling at office. 'line of teas in the city at Great inducements to buy. of your favorite tea and you ther. hicements to clubs subscrib rines through this office. Montesano, October 14th, iia F. Bacon, wife of Judge Hie deceased was 60 years of I been a resident of Monte years. ;andidates of the republican ig by the speaking at Ho day, are mute. After the...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 October 1890

The Story of the Three Burglars—Con tinued from last Week. We now proceeded to search the in sensible burglars for arms. Upon the tall man we found a large revolver, a heavy billy, which seemed as if it hul seen service, and a long-bladed knife. The stout man carried two double-bar reled pistols, and upon one of the fingers of his right hand wore a brass ring with a murderous-looking iron protuberanoe /upon it, which when driven forward by his ■ powerful arm was probably more danger aus than a billy. Upon the younger man we found no arms at all, and his hip pocket contained nothing but a small handbook oa civil engineering. I now briefly explained to David the nature of the trap which had caught the burglars. He gazed upon me with a face glowing with amazed admiration. "What a head you have got, sir!" he exclaimed. "I don't believe there is an other man in this State who would have thought of that. And what are you go ing to do with them now, sir; hang 'em? That's what ought to be d...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 October 1890

■)GRAPHING (COLOR* Done, bat but 0«ner»lly I, m It Hm no Great Value. de W. Abney. in a paper ect of light on matter read .British association, said: to is often asked when pho i natural color* will be dis- Photography in natural onlyhas been discovered, bs in natural eo'ors huve ced. lam not alluding to bs produced by manual which have from timo to 'oisted on a credulous pub r produced bv the action of , much to tiie damage of ly and usually to the so >ntors. Roughly speaking, of producing the spectrum ml colors is to chlormizo u », expose it to white light met a violet color, heat till rather ruddy, and expose tit spectrum. The spectrum hen impressed id their nat- Experiment haa shown solors are due to an oxidized j ng formed at the red end of | in and a reduced product at nd. Photography in natu however, is only interests a scientific point of view, as I can see, can never have | ial value. is to be useful nust be one reproductions are strictly ther words, it must be a de ind ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 October 1890

Aberdeen Herald. - October 28, 185)0 1 bui'sday, - A Red Siwash Intrigue. Friday was brought to Hoquiam and incarcerated in the strong box of the city jail a siwash gentleman known as Jlr. Otook, or "Big Head." He stood accused of having pumped a plug of lead into a fellow siwash with a deadly intent —John Clip, bv name. The story is an interesting one, as re late<l|by one acquainted with tin# manners and customs of the sons of the forest: Otook was the proud father of a fair In dian maiden, who, quite recently, became ill and died in a day or two after the first attack. As the Indian is very suspicious as wcli as a superstitious creature, a sud den death must be inquired into; so the Indian doctor was soon consulted, and he decided that one John Clip had "shot the j>irl with some sort of siwash jargon," meaning, "bewitched" her. The siwash manners anil .customs would, in case this were true—and if the doctor says so, it must be —allow the father of the late-lamented to dispos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 October 1890

■01. Y. WASHINGTON LETTER. (From Our Regular Correspondent.) Washington, D. C., Oct. 17, 1890. Vho will go on the supreme court ich as the successor of the late Justice ller, whose funeral took place yester r afternoon in the court room ? is the >stion of questions in Washington at s time. The appointment carries with n honor second only to that of being sident of the United States, and every bitious young lawyer looks forward to possibility of his, some day, donning black silk robe of a justice of the ted States Supreme court, with quick ig heart beats. It is social Washing however, that is most concerned in answer to this question. The su nt, "court lamilies are the real and per ent heads of Washington's official ity, although it is customary to speak he president's wife as the head, idents' families change, but the su le court families remain for life. It ired here that the president nuv ap ; Attorney General Miller to the va j. There is nothing against Mr. ir except the gener...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 October 1890

The St'""" of t e Three Bvrplarr—Con tinued from last Week. "V . mt'wir, for tlie tide was ~T T,i t bopir -ling t'i turn, a;:d wl'cn we pot — the hoilM) 1 '.nentioniMl I no v jd that theie was now no light In it. \..>on wo were about opposite to it * ? suddenly looked up aiiii said, not » \jtsi v laud: 'ByGoorpel if that ;jt:'s Williamson Green's house. I v.v.sn't tbiukin' of it when we rowed up, sud passed it without taking notice of it. I am sorry for that, for T wanted to wee Williamson, and now I expect he has gone to bed.' " 'Who is Mr. Green?' I asked. " 'He's an old friend of mine,' said my father, 'and I haven't seen him for seine little wlulo now. About four months ago ho borrowed of me a sex tant, quadrant cr,d chronometer. They wove instrumor. i:s I took from old Cap tain Barney in payment of some work I did for him. I wasn't usin'them, and Williamson had bought a cat-boat and was studying navigation, but he has given up that fad now and has promised me over and over t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 October 1890

Aberdeen Herald. ■nrgda", - October 30, 18S0 tice to the Voters and Taxpayers of Chehalis County. Is, The board of county com 3of Chehalis county, at their ession, 189 Ji ordered; J that a n be submitted to the voters of Bounty, to bond the said Che ity for 5 per 'cent, of its assess lon in 1890, as returned by the ,nd equalized by the board of on of said county, said bonds to raed at the end of fifteen and 'ears from date of issue, and lined by the sale of said bonds ponded for the following pur wit : > refund the present indebted lehalis county. i build vo bridges across'the river. build one main road from east of Chehalis county to ocean nouth of Chepalis creek, j build four roadu to North b eacii from Oakville, Elma, > and Cosmopolis. 3 repair and build road up the lalia river. 3 repair andjbuild road up the in creek. r> repair and build road up the ta river. a repair and build road up the rivil j repair and build road up the ps river. Co repair and hnild road up the ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 October 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - October 30, lttVW. ISHUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance One year, not in advance ™ Six months fv THree mouths *pVKttT!HiNO rates: Oio Inch, per mi.HtU ...» * , 0 leading notices, psfliu-j. ... ........ ■ A liberal rertiirfOn tO reirular advertiser?, I.EOAI. ABVI»KTI?*«EKTSI I'er square (ten lines), Hrst insertion, II 50 • acli subseauent insertion Entered at the postofflcu (It Aberdeen, \\ . T., ns second class mail matter. News and all Items of interest, solicited from all parts of the county. The name of the sender should appear. Address all communications to the ABKHDKEN HERALD. Wjs do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the right to reject any and all matter of a pers.-nai nature, where it reflects to the individual discredit of any one. Democratic Ticket. For Congress, THOMAS CARROLL, ol Tacoma. For .State Senator, B....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 October 1890

Her; i/ifi U - - October g LOCAL \ Irsday evening W. H. Cal i. l(j it the rink *om the npiiurTj AYS HflflßOß. E latest and instrumental )erdeen Music House. 2-2t 8 are running over time now, iceived instructions to work s time. idv. of the Aberdeen music ood has been a heavy purchas e of the blooded stock from ch this week. jnt for Security oil. Diamond Iroad Situation. »t3l ible*\^M^o%J^for the house n by referring to the advertise- , 3 Hoquiam Furniture Co. : Bros, special holiday dinner ] it right for presents. , Paddock, of the Fpiscopal 1 Jdressed a large congregation | esbyterian church on Monday i it. line of woolen and silk over- i e Reliable Clothier, Herman < >t BiftH in the right place was fhett Jos. Graham was made 5 fire department by the fire , iducements to clubs subscrib- , [azines through this office. iu vote on the capital question, ' : tover Ellensburg and North ke this, . nple copy of the Home Maga -1 by Mrs. John a. Logan. The ad this magazine, one year, o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 October 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - October iJO, 1890 Democratic Couxty Platform. The Chehaliß county democracy in con vention assembled at Cosinopolis, Octo ber 4, 1890, hereby renews its fealty to the democraticparty and adherence to i:* principles enunciated in the na tional platform of 1888, adopted at St. Louis, the state platform lately adopted at .Seattle, and the wise and statesman like messages, utterances and speeches ol that honest and fearless American cit izen, Grover Cleveland, and warmly rat ify the nomination for representative in congress of that faithful, gallantand capa ble democrat, Hon. Thomas Carroll. We denounce the attempt of the re publicans in congress to usurp power, to stifle pro|ier discussion of public meas ures, to substitute the dictatorship of tiie i.,maker for the considerate action of a de liberative assembly, to enact into a law the monstrous proposals for overturning the election laws of thp ".tes. We denounce the Mckinley taiiff bill which increases ...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 October 1890

Irdeen i - - October ■ERDEEN, IRAYS HARBOR. ■Y OF TO-DAY. luluth" of the North Pacific Coast. Railroad Situation. Ben, Nature's IMetrop ■of Southwestern ■ Washington. if the wonders of western de ind civilization that Seattle, 1 Spokane Falls, have become vords from the Rocky Moun :ie Atlantic coast, and Aber that has local resources equal them, and one whose loca inort furnisheß advantages far the Sound cities, should, up months ago, be comparatively Such was the case until new money and new men, recog act that with the filling up anient of the new state, there great coast wise city on the rays Harbor, and that Aber hificent location at the junc rivern and at the head of nav ild easily place her far in ad- y point or city in Southwest ijton, located themselves there 1 industriously and intelli make known to the general tremendous resources of the bor country. The result of s that no city in the North -3r thought of or is attracting 1 attention from the investor, in, speculator or h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 October 1890

LOCALS. Aberdeen Herald -■r - October 30, IS9O John Richardaoa. jrtic Rjchar isom,democt»t:ce*ndidete rey.«e«entatl*e, is a man worthy the Mpport of every voter in Che- Liiii <»nnty, irrespective of party, or , condition in life. f jrrvitn l ). earnest, honest anil caj>a ] be miiU prove a splendid man for repreasaUUve; lie would reflect credit cpoa *•* county, »nd do it honor in the i-*s.4«i*e halls of the state. Chshaitsi county asks and seeks for iron <i worth to represent her at the state capiWL This county in natural resour «> j« aad in ptM*ibilitiea (■ >r tiie future rank* nexfto none.in this state. With her finest timber, her soil wonder iraitfu!, her productive valleys that answer to the settler's toil with marvel « is yield, lier mountains that teem with r-.ineral wealth ; her many shining rivers * * I jj>l /«i' the very bpart of bj_r inmost iatSs, and go singing to Bit sea, carrying . n tbeir crystal bosoms the wealth of for est, field and mine, and the la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 November 1890

ieen Herald. i November 13, 1890. i;i»ei:.n. r I 5 HARBOR. Tfto-day. Lm \ of the North i | Coast. 151 |TlififfliTiSsf ¥ firifiiiiiii?iTfW*|t|> t i f|fr""d fIU »il f 1 Sis !liii ; |!. s !lis » ilfiSil ='- s I -"li } Sii yfll *I |i - r ii. t precincts. rI«• . w ; B\f I 8 ?.= ■= 5 o B !p;y * k-.s ! w 3«=B. -• -» -*j a>! f f *p •• fiflf'wl! I "]j • fg:k: J7 | ; ? . ...J. Li-1 H- :I:I;I:h I; I; l.gj; I: :!:!?: hi: Ih» ! 1:1? ?i; ?i p ,i h: 1 : 'j: 8n " Lfwwi 1 O B li2| H^SIJJSIJS 8118 ! 57 4,1104 71 88 WHO (5511221 52: 70103: 64[120|1H7' 70j112 59 96 82 5511181116 '60 164 90 2d Ward 4- 2 155 128; M 106,106.13414» 66 53123 84 94 114 133, 7611301 70100)112; 631161 lluj 54 125 83 111 100 60 IWIHI 79 155 1 74 lis 'O ? fo? 7 ( 99170116; 62 li 3 129 108 116 120145; 86-158; 73, 751155124 114 154: 81 153 75 209 28 77 156156 71 190 202 33 2 18 2 1 131 25 103, 41 115107 22 21 108 25118 26116 221121 23 20123 21 123 120 23 121 21 122 21 22120116 28 126 83 37 m 9 , 10 22 23 23, 20 21 2l| 19 23 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 November 1890

LOCALS. Aberdeen Herald. Ttaradar, - October 30, 1890- John Richardson. j (li e Richardson, democratic candidate | for representative, is u man worthy the •inqaaJitied support of every voter in Che 'iialis county, irrespective of party, or I <r condition in life. Courteous, earnest, honest and capa-1 V,>, be would prove a splendid man for ; representative; he would reflect credit j upon tiie oounty, and do it honor in the halls of the state. (JheJjdis county asks and seeks for wren <M worth to represent her at the state oapiML This county in natural resour ces Jiui ia po-iiibilities for tiio future ranks wexifto none in this state* With her not nave been used prior to the know- j ledge of iron as a building material, be- | cause only by the modern methods of uniting the various parts, of which this material is susceptible, could a sphere be produced with a diameter of nearly I.OuO feet, that is, equal to the height oi the Eiffel tower. This idea symbolizes the geographical ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 November 1890

Herdeen Herald. Hi- November 13, 18W. IERDEEN, fGRAYS HARBOR. ITY OF TO-DAY. IDuluth" of the North Pacific Coast. Railroad Situation. Ileen, Nature's Metrop s of Southwestern Washington. H>ne of the wonders of western de- and civilization that Seattle, and Spokane Falls, have become |Hl.l words from the Rocky Moun- V, the Atlantic coast, and Aber nHcity that has local resources equal of them, and one whose loca- I|l seaport furnishes advantages far | to the Sound cities, should, up ben months ago, be comparatively In. Such was the case until new lew money and new men, recog lie fact that with the filling up elopment of the new state, there |e a great coast wise city on the If Grays Harbor, and that Aber naagnificent location at the junc- Iwo rivers and at the head of nav krould easily place her far in ad l any point or city in Soutliwest shington, located themselves there irked industriously and intelli to make known to the general the tremendous resources of the Harbor country. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 November 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - N »vember 13. 1890. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL. F.DITOR AND PROPRIETOR. terms of subscription: $ 200 One year. In advance 100 Six months ; 75 Three months • Advertising ratsoil application. Entered at the postofflee at Aberdeen, W. T., fts second class mail matter. v p . VK an( | ft ii items of interest, solicited from fSSSrS lcommuuica " on^° Wr do not hold ourselves responsible 'or the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents We reserve the ritfht to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflectsto -he Individual discredit of any one. C. M. Fomeroy has purchased > half interest in the Hoquiam Washingtonian. President Harrison iias designated *Thursdav, November 27th, at? a day upon which all good democrats can be thank ful and all Rood republicans may if they can. While democracy is rejoicing over its victory of November -:th, it. shoild sin cerely regret McKiulev's defeat. A tight on the McKinley idea for the...

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