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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 March 1894

kttlEF MENTION. Cash buys cheap at Winder's. Fresh fruit always on hand at Rein- Ith Bros.' County Treasurer Lewis was in Aber len Tuesday. A new bicycle for sale cheap. Inquire this office, tf J. W. Robinson left this morning for e home in Michigan. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Thurman, nday, March 11, a son. A. W. Kduiondson arrived from San nncisco Monday on the Point Loina. attorney J. B. Bridges, of Montesano, s in this city Monday night. Miss Sarah Beaver went to Montesano esday morning to visit relatives for a r days. Urs. (ius Leese returned on Monday m an extended visit to her patents in itland, Ore. Ln experienced cook wants position in egging camp. Address, Mrs. S., care of b office. tf The steamer Point Lonia arrived in on ■ regular trip from San Francisco, nday morning. lomk Roasted Coffee at Emery's, it its them all for strength and flavor, i roasts it daily. tf lee Fishers NEW STOCK of men's ts and gent's furnishing good.-*, just in. test styles and novelties. !. L. I-ew...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 March 1894

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 March 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD ■01.. VIII. UR mm COIIESPOKMICE rnoM I'ossiopoi.is. Hev. l'arker departed last Friday for irtland, Oregon, for medical treatment. Stanley Smith, who has been quite ill 1 some time, is again seen 011 our cets. The steamer I'oint I.ollla completed r cargo, and sailed for San Francisco, tdnesday. pharles Strausmeyer is now a proud pa, a fine baby girl having arrived at 1 home last Friday. 1 portion of the machinery for Link i Young's shingle mill arrived Thurs r. The mill will begin running about till. P'lr. MeKensey, who is veiv low with HBsuinption, will be sent to Southern Wifornia at the expense of the Km layers' Hospital Fund. jphe schooner Anne (ice arrived from Hii Francisco, Wednesday, and is load ■ lumber for sonic point in Mexico. ■Prof. Feaster, who is conducting a writ school at this place, is so well pleased li the patronage he is receiving that lias determined to remain for another 11. Tim desire for self improvement iwn by those attending this school is l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 March 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 March 1894

lef mention. I buys cheap at Winder's. Saturday is I'UKK KXCI' KslOX Ipatn at tin* Kaster Market, next j v. fruit always 011 hand at llein l'erry left yesterday morning for j , to look after his interest# in that perienced cook wants position in g ramp. Address, M's. S., eare of sc. tf chols expects to leave in a few r Murphey, Nortli Carolina, his e. Btewart left Monday morning for neks' visit with the family of his ; Astoria. Koaktkd Cokfkk at Kmery's, it em ail for strength anil flavor, ts it daily. tf Dunteifeiters who ware operating t summer have been sentenced to 1 in the penitentiary. juts on the Union Pacific "sliort lused the eastern mails to bede ■veral days this week. Bard's I'cer excels all other in •lid healthfulness. C. Ilurrows agents for < iravs harbor. M will become delinquent April 1. gbefore that date and save the ex tk of penalty and inteiest. Ait served at <> o'clock p. in. at the Mlarket— Dabnev block—on Satur- Olam Chowder 10 cents a dish. pCliiia sch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 March 1894

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 March 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD VIII. If, STATE AND GENERAL. BOUNTY HAPPENINGS. FltOM COSMOI'OI.IS. lamer Point Loma arrived Sun is taking on her usual cargo of >r San Francisco. itler, one of the mill employes, iiely injured, Monday, by a pile iff falling upon him. met band gaye quite a pleasant ment on Saturday. Our band, ) leadership of C. 11. McGafiey, ng very proficient. 3ogan, head clerk in the Grays Commercial Company's store, ered from his recent severe ill is able to again attend to his was an alleged entertainment e Thursday evening, concerning 1 the principle that "when you k 110 good, say nothing," we silence. ister exercises given by our two chools were very interesting, dies were appropriately decor the children performed their y creditably. ly that recently moved here tesano have three children sick let feyer, but as the most string utions are being taken, it is not the disease will spread—which lost sincerely hoped. ur-masted schooner Volunteer te beach here last week, under ne r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 March 1894

Aberdeen herd id. March 29. 181H >SVED EVERY THURSDAY EV JAMES K. GIRTON. TERSS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oae year, in advance fi CO Six mouths . I 00 Three iiiostb) 75 Advertising rates on aj't'lioation. Entered a! The [•ostoffiee a; Aberdeen, Wash., a. second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of tympathy, etc.. one-half regular rcai ine notice rates. TARIFF EFFECTS IX FRANCE. Other countries besides this are finding . out the bad effects of a protective tariff policy in curtailing their exports to even a greater degree than the imports. A recent London paper in speaking of the effect of the French tariff, says : "Our Gallic neighbors, says Commerce, will find it difficult to extract a great amount of consolation from the returns of their foreign trade during ISi'o. Per haps they will not seek for it. Their al - to protective doctrines suggests greater attachment to tiie home than to the exterior market. If...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 March 1894

lEF MENTION. buys cheap at Winder's. \ Iluok left yesterday for u trip gan. fruit always on hand at Rein as.' Waldron was an arrival on last rain. bicycle for sale cheap. Inquire flice. tf y Sujierintenflent Ilutcheson was Saturday, licalthful spriiMtonic, nothing is an Weinhard's%eer. Myers was up from MarLham, , and dropped in to the lleralu N. S. Arnold was a visitor to the Beat on Monday, returning that perienced cook wants position in [ camp. Address, Mrs. S., care of e. tf e Tanner returned Monday from i, where he has been logging for antlis. chooncr American Girl arrived y, and will load lumber at the ■wax mill. Roasted Coffee at Emery's, it em all for strength and flavor. :s it daily. • tf f J. A. Graham and wife Ante om Montesano last cveniM, re this morning. m Steeu has been confined to his the past week, suffering from a ttack of rheumatism, d Ewing, wife and child left on morning for Illinois, where they o make their future home. id Mrs. Gus Moulton and child t to Olympi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 March 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. The Coming Girl. Writers on social problems. who dis cuss the question of poverty, stupin- pop ulation and all that sort of thing. are sin gularly silent in regard to the place which girls are taking in the various in dustrial spheres. There has been during the last twenty live years a displacement annul reds of thousands of men by girls | the process is going on. Thete is dly an avenue of life into which woman does not enter, and with such suc cess that she stays there, and the lords of creation are Wing slowly but snielv pushed to the wall. Is it a case of the survival of the fittest ? Will male human ity iu general soon like Othello, "find its occupation gone?" The question is a ser ious one, for upon its answer the future social condition of the country depends. At the rate things are going, the next generation w ill probably see a congress of woman assembled to disgust "what shall we do with our men?" It is said that there are in the United States considerably mo...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 April 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD ■VIII. IY. STATE AND GENERAL. COUNTY HAPPENING*. FROM OCOSTA. Annie l'atton, of Tacoiua, is in Oman is busy planking Myrtle Easter visited Markham Tuesday less. Rose Watson, of Markham, is here sister. ncliil is traveling up and down ill Mondays. Clay has returned home from gton, D. C. oundation for the pail and tub s completed. shingle mill at Markham lias ip on full time. Kedfield was transacting business esano Saturday. Brown, of Montssano, was seen trects this week. inly money made in town these >y the fishermen. a number from lieie attended the ;e at Westport Saturday night. Sherwood is going to put in a ick of dry goods, boots, shoes, etc." 1 b. Nodine, Woodard and Uice to Montesano on business Satur ?ry, of Olympia, preached at the n New Light church Saturday a number from Markham uttend ntertainnient given by the Band day night. . P. has taken up nd will rolay it at Lewis l!ros7 larkham. iw mill is having quite a time ) run, breaking first one thing anothe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 April 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 April 1894

ff EF MENTION. t buys cheap at Winder's. Ii fruit always 011 hand at Rein- Iros.' I. Sanford left this morning for le and the east. irt Waldron left yesterday for east ishington points. h bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery, laves for 25 cents. 1 Perry returned from bis business tbe Sound, Wednesday. iaui Bolcom left Monday morning home in Winona, Minn, xporieneed cook wants position in ng camp. Address, Mrs. S., care of Ice. tf and Mrs. Gus Moulton returned icir visit to relatives on the Sound, sdav. ain 11. If. McPonald expects to ) his family to Seattle about the May. u Boasted Coffee at Emery's, it lictn all for strength and flavor, sts it daily. tf the shoeist, has an interesting in this issue of the Hbrald. Bead d it, and profit thereby. steamer Montesano will be put on gular run between Aberdeen and ort about the first of May. dek's new cash store is the place groceries cheap. A full line of all always on hand. ?le contemplating rcpapering their 1 this spring should read what E. »...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 April 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. IN AI'ISII.. In the windy April, When the world's aglow With crocus bell and daffodil), And primroses do blow Across the dawning meadow In spray of green and gold,— Every nook in all the land Its secret joy doth hold. Brightly and lightly Drifting swallows fly; Yet my heart is lonesome, —Who knows why! In the windy April Spent is winter's pain ; Cheery, piping Robin Struts the fields again; Ears are glad for hearing, Eyes are glad for sight Of all the bonny green things Climbing to the light; Gay day is gray day, Rainy day or dry; Still my heart is lonesome, —Who knows why ! In the windy April Dear is hope's unrest, Throbbing in the frozen ground, In the frozen breast. Clouds fair as sunshine Flash and fade away; Silver is the night-time, Golden is the day ; Best time and blest time Of the year is nigh. Still my heart is lonesome — —God knows why! —Mary Elizabeth Blake, in the April Scribner. Tired Women. A girl who has been engaged a num ber of years always looks lik...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 April 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD t)L VIII. PTY, STATE AND GENERAL. COUNTY nAPFKMNQK. FROM OCOSTA. lardening is the order of day at and und Ocosta. Ir«. Coxey has oi<ened a millinery store he Boyle block. , L. llouck, of Westport, was in town msiness this week. he Populists here are making an rt to organize a club. »hn Check is contemplating a trip to ska in the near future. . A. Myers, of Markham, was in town irday, enroute to Aberdeen. [enry Bradley, a faithful Democrat of ns river, was in town Tuesday. he (louring mill has been running for last three days grinding wheat. Dgies have commenced to run in small ntities and some are being caught by fishermen. he followers of the Christian New it faith have organized a Sunday k>l at this place. , E. Redfield is making preparations imove to Pendleton, Oregon, where ia« accepted a good position. !rs. Feldhammer left on Monday for new home in Minnesota. She has ly friends here, who regretted to see leave. reparations are being made for an old ioned s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 April 1894

ibei'dcfij. iiercikl. Thursday, April I*2, 11591.. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY JAMES F. GIKTOX. TKItMSOF Sl lISCKII'TION : Oue year, in advance ?1 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postotnee at Aberdeen, Wush., m second class mail matter. Notices of births, niarrlanes or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., oue-half regular read ing notice rates. CULTIVATE TRADE WITH CHINA According to the dispatches from Wash-1 ington a syndicate of wealthy Americans ; is back of the proposed treaty with China, who are by this means proposing to ojien up this field to American enterprise and j capital. This treaty they claim is abso- j lutely necessary to their plans, which is to opan up the way for the introduction of steam and electric railways, the lighting of towns, and the establishment of large manufactories, and by which an hundred thousand educated young men from this country will be given employment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 April 1894

bkief mention. Cash buys clieap at Winder's. Fresh fruit always on hand at ltein botli Bros.' Fred Dawlev left on Monday for the Sound cities. Miss Sarah Lowry went up to Moiite gano this morning to visit friends. Get your milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if you want good milk and good meaure. * The hour for services at the churches Sunday evening has been changed from 1:30 to 8:0'.) o'clock. A. O. Ingham, the genial foreman of ;he Bulletin, went to Seattle, Saturday, o visit relatives, returning Monday. J. S. (iunn went to Centralia today to neet his wife, who is returning from a ix months' visit among relatives in Ohio. Wm. Fntrope, of the Union Shingle Jo., has moved his family up from Mark lain, and now occupies the Wall cottage. Rev. Dr. Lackey went to Kelso, Tues ay, to attend the semi-annual meeting f the Presbytery for western Washing )n. The voters on Garrard creek, in this junty, have petitioned the county com lissioners to establish a voting precinct n the creek. J. W. Isbister...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 April 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. m.uiazixi: notes. The complete novel in tlie April num ber of Lippincott's is "The Flying Hal cyon," by Col. Uichard lfenry Savage, author of "My Official Wife." II deals with treasure-hunting ami the rescue of a political prisoner in Sonora, and has thiee dashing naval heroes, with heroines to match. I'. F. de Gournay supplies au interest ing account of "The F. M. C.'s of Louisi ana," a class which lost its distinctive ex istence during the war. Under the head ing "The Librarian among his Hooks," Julian Hawthorne describes the Library of Congress and its distinguished custo dian. Chief-Justice Abraham Fornander tells about "Haw-aiiau Traditions." 11. C. Walsh explains an interesting experiment in "Co-operative House-keeping," now being made at Brookline, Mass., and George J. Varney writes learnedly of "Storage-Battery Cars." In "Heroines of the Human Comedy," Junius Henri Browne contributes a study of Balzac and his femir.e characters. The poetry of the number, besid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 April 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD IL. VIII. MISTY, STATE AND GENERAL COUNTY HAPPENING*. FROM COSMOPOMS. issell & Co.'s shingle mill began run - ; Monday, and Link A Co. will soon heir mill at work. ne of the children of the McKinseys on Wednesday, April 11, of scarlet r. It B|>eakß well for the sanitary lition of our town that this disease, ight here from Montesano, has not id beyond the family, which brought ire. All danger of its spreading is nearly over. )thing could be more unjust than the ner in which this indemnity land sees has been conducted. The right le settlers has been entirely disre sd, and the Northern Pacific railroad >any given carte blanche to select ever land it wanted. No protection ever has been extended to the men have put in years of hard work im ug the land upon which they have encouraged to settle by false infor >n furnished them by the land de lent of our government. The state that the Northern Pacific railroad any had no right whatever to these and that the whol...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 April 1894

Aberdeen herald. Thursday, April 19, I»'J+. ISBUKD KVICKY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTOX. TK.KMS OF SI'BSC'HII'TION : One year, in advance $2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months . ... 7. r > Advertising rates on application. Kntered ut the postotnee at Aberdeen, Wash., a* second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, eards of thanks, or reHoln tiousof uympathy, etc., one half regular read ing notice rates. LEGALIZED ROBBERY. Tire Chchalis county tax list for the 1891 taxes, just published, is a "fat take" for the county printer. It consists largely of outlying town lots and the odd sections in the indemnity strip, all strung out to the greatest length. The county printer is not to blame for its length, but the ne farious laws enactcd by Republican legis latures for the pur|>oseof giving as much pap as possible to Republican officials. The law in this state governing the assess ment and collection of taxes was and is one of the most outrage...

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