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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 April 1894

IEP MENTION. h buvs cheap at indei k. ih fruit always on hand at Rein- Bros.' t. Young went up to Montesano [ay, returning Monday. FournieA Hennicke's smoked stur .it is delicious; sold by grocers. I Eva Ennia went to Montcsano Drning to visit with relatives for a ys. jty Sheriff John \V. Pettijoim has iced himself as an independent lite for the nomination of Sheriff. Art League is preparing to give a ninstrel show in the near future, ut for something novel and start county commissioners will lie in again May 7th, to settle witli the treasurer and transact other busi- Miner went to Eiina this morn make some repairs on machinery of the logging camps near that ember, if you want real, genuine for your money, in dry goods and , you will get it from Lawrence, at cket Store. ces will be held in the Catholic here on uext Sunday at 8 o'clock nd in Iloquiam at 10 a. ui. Rev. ncken officiating. Spworth League of the Methodist is preparing to observe the fifth ■gary of its organization, winch...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 April 1894

AMONG Tliii ATiiLETIS. William Cr.rley, the Pounding Wonder of the Mission. AM. i:WNI» (H AMI'IOX K. W. «OFF. About tlio 4'up Amn (nirs Who Will Kaci 1 For Cu>li; rurroll, tl»o California I.ltints Leonard. tin* Uliik'n Itcitti llruimiiH,tin<l Other Timely Topics. California posscscsan athlete named Wil liam Curley, who can jump Ivickward over a horse 1.% hands high without getting a single eriek in the hack or a kick in the neck. William lwu performed this wonder ful trick ;jo often that his spine has become cvm.KY's hack\vari> LE.vr o\ 1:1: a nousE. resigned to its fate, ami tho horse does not object f«r tho reason tlmt William never even touches its back as lio makes liis phe nomenal leap. Curloy lives in San Fran cisco ami is called "The Bounding Wonder of tlio Mission" because ho lives In tlio | mission sii t ion of Frisco. Curloy is 38 years old, 5 feet II inches tall mul weighs lft) i>onnils. lie lias pos sessed a vaulting ambit ion--not of the kind, however, that ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 April 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD r OL. VIII. BOUNTY, STATE AND GENERAL. COUNTY HAPPENINGS. from ocosta. Charles Matson visited Westport last unday. Senator Cooper, of Montesano, was in wn Monday. John Bowman, of Markhain, was in iwn Tuesday. The building for the tub and pail fac jry is about completed. IMr. Morrill, a prominent business man [Boston, is here for his health. [The fishermen have quit fishing for ■rgeon, owing to the poor market for [There is talk of a gentleman from Ccn llia coming here and re-opening the It el McCandless. IVV. T. Kaine, of Montesano, was in kn Monday, shaking hands with his ny old time friends. ■he Tacoina & Ocosta Lumber Com ity's mill has been running to its full ftacity during the past week. ■lie U. S. steamer McAithur loaded up ■h coal and provisions last week and ■ted on her work of surveying the ■he churches at this place are working linst one another, causing some pretty ■ly times among the different congre ■ons. H little controversy between two gen- Bien o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 April 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 April 1894

rief mention. Jasii buys cheap at Winder's. 'resli fruit always 011 hand at Rein-' h Bros.' !mil Hoover went to Tacoma, Tues r, to seek emplovnient. lity Treasurer Mack and Alfred Hart e in Montesano Monday. 'ry Fournie & llennicke's smoked stur n—it is delicious; sold by grocers, be steamer Point Loma arrived in srilecn from San Francisco Monday, et your milk at the I'ioneer Dairy, if want good milk and good ineaurc. * enrv Scliwab has closed the Keliance it market and will leave in a few days Kan Francisco. Binder's new cash store is the place dy groceries cheap. A full line of all Is always on hand. lie Baptist Boys' Brigade gave an ex tion at Coemopolis last Saturday ling, taking in about $14. ank Kaufman left 011 Tuesday in ch of a desirable piece of government ! along the Wynoocho river. iris. Knoell, who has been visiting lives in Chicago and Milwaukee for ast three months, returned to Aber -1 Friday. Ie schooner Chailes R. Wilson ar -1 in from San Francisco, Friday, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 April 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. l\ople Who History. Trie ivopie wl.e make h.stoiy. who achieve success or make there mars. in any line, are the people in whom every one is interested and when we are interested iu people It is at; immense sat isfaction i: we can know- just how they look. The unique feature recently introduced in IVmorest'sFamily Mau.ir.r.e is in to t-h with this universal desire : every month two pages are devoted to superb hall-tone portraits, quite equal to photos.and about cabinet «iie. of celebrities of every class and all eras, which are printed so they may be removed from the magauine with out mutilating i: ar.d arranged in an al bum e<spevia'y de*eg.ned to accommcslate them. Everyone thus has an exceptional opportunity for indulging in the fashion able Lad of collecting portraits, and can make during the year, at a minimum ex pense and w;th no trouble, a collection that would cost at least Xif photos were purchased. "A word to the wise is sutSeient." But there are many equa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 May 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD 1. VIII. ■STY, STATE AND GENERAL. COISIV HAPPKNINOB. FROM IIOQI'IAM. Ik of a new industry interests our ins. e "Milk Maids' Convention" is in- Italy postponed. in Kuehen was among the depart i«s last Friday. mie Reed has returned from visiting ant in San Francisco. thur Wilson will leave for California e next San Francisco boat. pple Creek, Colorado, will be the e home of J antes Milligan and family, ss Anna Davis and her mother now ly the rooms over Cook's hardware on Eighth street. r public schools will «■*in six s. The attendance hi' 8 " een re* ably good throughout t n#c year. ere is soon to be a. s,e her happy groom among HOram's young if Dame Humor spei'us correctly, lliam Nichols and wife left for Rid- Oregon, last Saturday. They will eon the Nichols ranch near that s. l'aine and Mrs. Dutcher, of Aber , made a combined business and lire trip to our city on the last day nil. twithstanding the inclemency of the ler on Sunday, all the young men heir bent girls pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 May 1894

Abi_T.iiv-; herald. Thursday. May :S, lll'Jl- ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY JAMES F. GIRTOX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year |2.00 Six months. 1.00 Three months .50 Advertising rates on application. Entered tit the postofflee at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from ail parrs of the comity. Short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the uame of the writer, will be inserted, the uame preferrnbly but not necessarily for publication. THE CURRENCY. The question of the currency is one of the primary and fundamental provinces of government, and has demanded the Attention of every congress. It is above all a question with which congress alone can deal. The advocates of the free coin age of silver as well as those who demand an increase in the issue of greenbacks are pressing their demands upon congress at the present time. That a new currency will have to be provided in the near fut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 May 1894

brief mention. Cash buys cheap at \\ inder's. Daniel Gillies was in town Monday | night. Fresh fruit always on hand at liein both Bros.' Win. Winder is sick will) a very badly inflamed throat. Fine Job Printing, latest stylo, lowest prices, this Office. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weatherwax went up to Montesano Tuesday. Mrs. Van Tassel's kindergarten school is having a vacation this week. Will-am Crosby went to Portland, Monday, returning Wednesday. Try Fournieifc llennieko's smoked stur geon—it is delicious; sold by grocers. Sheriff Graham was laid up several days last week with an attack of malaiial fever. H. Kichau and son Albert left on the steamer Point Loma, last Friday, for San Francisco. F. K. Drake is picking up delinquent personal tax in the east end of the coun ty this week. A. Dryer was suddenly attacked with pneumonia Tuesday night and is now confined to his bed. Henry Schwab left Monday for his old home in San Francisco, and will prob ably there engage in business. J. W. Isbist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 May 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. KIND WORDS. A little word in kindness spoken, A motion or a tear, May heal a spirit broken, And make a friond sincere. A word, a look, has crushed to earth Oft many a budding (lower, Which, had a smile but owned its birth, Would have blest life's latest hour. They deem it not an idle thing A kindly word to speak; The face you wear, the smile you bring, May soothe a heart or break. —Whittier. French Walsta. Pongee silk shirt waists of the natural ecru-sliade are imported by the beat niod ists to wear blazer suits in the summer. They are made In the simplest manner, with the fullness gathered at the neck and waist in front and back, and are mounted on a fitted and boned lining of silk. A box pleat of two inches wide is down the front, with a row of briar stitch ing done in navv blue silk near the edge, and holding buttonholes for three pearl buttons, which are regular shirt buttons. A turned-collar of the pongee doubled has a single row of stitching, and is mounted on a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 May 1894

ABERDEEN HERALIi |L. VIII. km, STATE AND GENERAL. COUNT* HAPPENINOB. FROM OCOSTA. ex. Thompson visited Markham on edav. he flouring mill here in running to its opacity. •800 l closes this week, and the young inn are rejoicing. Itptain L. L. Darling, of Aberdeen, on our streets last Sunday. here were seven schooners lying in ith Bay channel on Monday. IT. 11. Tillman now occupies the build formerly used by C. E. Bed field. The cold rain we have been having is very good for growing garden truck. ' lev. Hutton, of Olvmpia preached an nesting sermon at this place last Sun niglit. everal young people from the Johns »rattended divine services in Ocosta t Sunday. lies Anna Nodine, after a few days' ting with her parents here, has re ted to Tacoina. ' the income bill passes every labor man should take a holiday. It will the greatest bill yet. trhaps some of your readers think I • joined Coxey'sarmv, because of my weeks' silence, but I have not. Iharles Lewis, the enterprising and cessful sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 May 1894

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, May 10, IISIH. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BV JAMES F. GIRTOX. TERMS OF drBSCKIPTION: One year $2.00 Six inoritlis. 1.00 Three mouths .50 Advertising rotes on application. Entered at the postolliee lit Aberdeen, Wash., lis second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all puns of the county. Short communications on topics of public interest, when acconipimicd by the uame of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. THE NICARAGUA CANAL. Two articles in the May number of the Overland Monthly are of special interest to the Pacific Northwest. Both have for their subject the Nicaraugua canal; one by Lieut. Frank L. Winn, of the United States army upon its military advantages; the other by William L. Merry, Consul General for Nicaraugua, upon its political aspects. The former reviews the various attempts that have been made for the accomplishment of this object, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 May 1894

UIEF MENTION. ■ fll)1 buy' cheap at Winder's. I Ifamty Twwurer Lewis spout Sunday H. Evans went up the Wisli l yesterday 'or a short visit. ML. rjurn'" 1, Heunicke's smoked stur- J ;(j, delicious; sold by grocers, literal lot owners on the hill sides are iKJng out the stumps and putting in Cr»m«tte's stock of ladies furn jj., in very fine. Call and get some If, F. llertegee, president of the First "Itlgnal Bank of Hoquiam, passed ftgagh the city Monday morning, ■fa. Wiltiie and Miss Sadie Lowry Eton the Point Loma, for the mid- Kter fair to be gone about two weeks. Jlie merry-go-round has struck Aber in, and the hearts of the little ones Ibe delighted—as long as the nickles * Ihos. Trethrake returned Saturday * m the East where he has been selling Dber for the Gray's Harbor Commer lCo. ff rhere are a number of little improve l| oti going on all over town. Miner's r boiler works arc progressing as fast weather permits. 'arl Deichmann, who accompanied his (her, lev. Father Deichmann, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 May 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. l'oppv I .and Limited Express. The first train starts at 0 p. in., For tlia land where tlie poppy grows; The mother dear is the engineer, And the passenger laughs and crows. The palace car is the mother's arms; The whistle, a low sweet strain ; The passenger winks, and nods and blinks And goes to sleep in the train. At 8 p. m. the next train staits For the Poppy Land afar; The summons clear falls on the ear, "All aboard for the sleeping car!" "But what is the fare to Poppy Land? I hope it is not dear." The fare this—a hug and a kiss, And' tis paid to the engineer. So I ask of Him who children took On His knee in kindness great, "Take charge, I pray of the train each day That leaves between 6 and 8. "Keep watch o'er the passengers, "thus I Pray, "For to me they are very dear, And special ward, O gracious Lord! O'er the gentle engineer." —The Girls' Friendly Magazine. Women Alway* the Same. One would imagine, from some tilings that we read and hear, that the Creator gav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 May 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD loi viii. faTF, STATE m GENERAL. ICOVXTV HAPPENING*. FROM OC'OSTA. e "kiils" have organized a base ball . Ihle, of lloquiam, was in town last e organ for the new church has lita is represented in Coxey's army mps. tt Gardner, of Gate City, was in Tuesday. L. Votow has been here the past from Tacoma. R. Doyle, of Missouri, has opened dry store here. Ilace Vesev has gone to California, be expects to locate. uty Assessor Nehf was assessing 1 ■tv on the Johns river Monday. Ibach Bros, have removed their ry and ice plants to the Sound, enterprising citizon Deckebach in >o start his mill in about ten days, t all of our fishermen have quit f, as there is 110 market for their Tacoma & Ocosta Lumber Com liave their new planer shed com dames Lewis and Van Wormer, of iam, were in town doing some ug, Tuesday. . Buel's machinery for separating id from the black sand of the beach, 1 on Monday's train, and taken to smallest thing that your corrc nt lias ever seen was the arr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 May 1894

Aberdeen Herald. ritnrsday, Hfty IT. 189*. ISSUED EVERT THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTOX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year SiOO Six months. ~ 1.00 Three mouths .'<o Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoftlce at Aberdeen. Wash., as second class mail matter. . Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Correspondence desired from all parts of tlie county. short communications on topics of public interest, when accompanied by the name of the writer, will be inserted, the name preferrably but not necessarily for publication. WHICH SHALL WE BELIEVE? According to the Mississippi Valley Lumberman the new tariff arrangement that the Dominion is entering into is not giving satisfaction to the Canadian lum bermen. They fear the competition of American lumber since their tariff has been reduced. This is a pretty effective answer to the plea for a duty on lumber on this side of the line to shut out the Canadian product, for if the Canadians cannot comj>ete on their o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 May 1894

Kief mention. If iibuyi clie^j/at W aider's. v 0. HegiSe" went to South I'.end, j,Fred King visited the county seat „ Boycr made the round trip to j t?ano, Tuesday. ,nl Kaufman was among the A her-1 risitors to Montesano, Tuesday. Fonrnie& Ilennicke'ssmoked stur _it is delicious; sold by grocers, f, Moulton, the F street boot and j naker, had business in Montesano, j j Patterson left oil Tuesday for an | ted visit to his old home in Mon- Canada. tiding E!d« C. <1. Larson, of Port »ill preach morning and evening in iorwegian-Methodist church next water shipments of lumber from am, Aberdeen and Cosmopolis dur e month of April amounted to 100 feet. new awnings of Fisher, Kroenert oeliler are a decided improvement le sheds which line the streets, all nil ought to be torn dow-p. at tlio Aberdeen, KaXcrv for fresh cakes and pies, Uinits and nuts, and tobaccos; manufacturers of affv and plant candies. * nas Moultou left Aberdeen on 1 iv for a visit to friends in Michi rd will probab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 May 1894

THE HOUSEHOLD. Ono bright Master morniug. As the day ».is dawning, A little girl with a golden curl.— All itresse 1 in blac. Went out in the dew. To seek for tlowers and April showers. i>o Hh.it i* Needed. 1 recall with shame how earnestly and how vainly a well-wisher of mine, an em inent publisher, tried many years ago to impress this fact upon my mind. "Y u w ill succeed, "he used to sav. "as soon as vou produce what somebody wants, but not so long as your merit is only that of a woman who is struggling." In common With a great many other women not brought up to work. 1 had a vague sort of idea that my misfortunes were a passport and would gain me an income. l.et me assure every woman similarly placed that they never will, sympathy is readily aw akened, but it is in the nature of things short-lived. Kespect for effort earnest and continued is a much better ally. In an experience ranging over many years. I must honestly say that every time 1 have failed it has been through my ow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 May 1894

ABERDEEN HER AT J) lot. VIII. [lose of school. ijjesjful Year Closed.—Aberdeen ad of Her Schools—The Essays. EVENINGS' KNTKKTAINJIKNT. iJeen'i most successful school year on yesterday. That they have «successful has been due to the it management of Principal Wm. »nd to the corps of competent rs. Prof. Kittle says the year lias Ivhcenthe most successful in his jncebut also the most pleasant. Hiding of the school has been very uliicli speaks well for the city, as s nothing shows the character of a uiity as docs it* schools, and Aber i truth has reason to be proud of evenings were given to the closing es. for which preparations have aking for weeks, and great credit to teachers and pupils for their te success. TUESDAY EVENING ;ala night for the entire school, leir bright, happy faces showed lorough enjoyment. Each one, e little tots to the largest, wore ettiest frock and their sunniest uid added to the exultant feelings fond papas and mammas who 1 their performances. About 150 >arti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 May 1894

Anerlimmi Herald. rtiurstliiy. .May 2 1-. lil'j j. l--vi:i) KVEIIY THURSDAY B Y JA.MK.i K. GIKTON". TKUM* "F fVKsCRII'TtON: One year .. J2.00 Six months 1,00 Three month* ..',O Advertising: rates on npi-! ;■ -n. Entered at the postotlire at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of 1 .irr I. s. mariiaires ir death* 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 he inserted, the name preferrably hut not necessarily for publication. WAGES AND THE TARIFF. Protectionists place great stress upon their claim that a reduction oi the tariff means a reduction in wages, and assert that the effect of free trade would be to reduce wages to the standard of European labor. We even find our only onliest senator quoting statistics of wages in Germany to prove it. Hut there is one sentence in the quotation which the auth or of his speech forgot to omit, and which th...

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