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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1892

pg for bonds ,js Rejected Last Night-White S Co.'s Bid Accepted Today. Ljjfl-r ASSESSOR'S RETURNS EfilenW at the Head b y 620— Found—Decided Against ■ O-ame Easily Won. Bttyeoaocil met in regular session last C Present: Council men Hood, t Stewart, Taft and Thomas. E, gtee of last meeting read and ap- Ejsfor the city's $40,000 worth of E|i opened and read. Bids were as El of Farson, Leach & Co., 92.89 cents ■jtyear bonds, 89.32 cents for 20-year L)s; Seymour, Barto & Co., par, less ■pr cent, commission; C. H. White ■t,,par, less 7 per cent commission. Egod, seconded by Stewart, moved that ■ be rejected. Carried unani- Knrt of city marshall for month of Ejeadand ordered tiled. Bmrt 'of health officer for month of three births and two deaths. Emd filed. triplication of A. Dreyer for liquor bn granted and bond approved. Explication of J. Kraber. & Co., for urlicencejrranted and bond approved flier superintendent leported for f (mount collected for water rent, rj-fortappiug ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1892

A GOOD MAN. Judge Altgeld, Democratic Candidate for Governor of Illinois. The man who will probably succeed Hon. Joseph W. Fifer as governor of Illi nois is Judge John P. Altgeld, of Chi cago, whom the Democrats have selected as their standard bearer in the guberna torial campaign. Jndge Altgeld has the reputation of having overcome almost insurmountable obstacles during his life- JUDGE ALTGELD. lime, and the Democrats of Illinois be lieve that he 'will be able to upset a cer tain obstacle known as "Private Joe" Fifer. The judge is a self made man. He has risen from poverty to wealth. He served as a soldier in the Union army, .and was not admitted to the bar until 1872. Judge Altgeld located in Chicago in 1875. He was born in the duchy of Nassau, Germany, in 1847, and was Teared on a farm near Mansfield, 0., to which place his parents had emigrated when the embryonic governor was but one year old. Ilarrlion'H Record. The New York World summarizes Harrison's administration of office:...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1892

ll* Cannl. araußa canal con ouis, Hon. M. M. i called on to ex id objects of this ts inception in his i 20th of March, canal convention isco, Cal. It was and voiced the of the West by tiling this conven jr and requesting irious states to ap ). We have come ive no previously we would unduly >n. We do know al should be built, reasons which in lat the building of the Atlantic and :an people should rican government iledat length the a the feasibility of lat a fair estimate tie over $87,000,- id, would shorten in to ocean about trd to the second >t built by Ameri j built by foreign -Ito American in ray to keep it un was to have the control it. benefit the canal far, enabling our reach the Pacific • time than they t commercial ad »rue to the whole I should be built gth, and the nec tion was uiged. ! the Mississippi, states and its 20 lion square miles tlet, 10,000 miles by boat and note it such a proceed dactive industries ■h| and cheapening transpor -I*l* will crease and cheapen im...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. "Give us a song!" the soldiers cried, The outer trenches guarding. When the heated guus of the camps allied Grew weary of bombarding. There was a pause. A guardsman said : 4 We storm the forts to-morrow; Sins while we may, another day Will bring enough of sorrow.' They sang of love, and not of fame; Forgot was Britain's glory: Each heart recall'd a different name, But all sang "Annie Laurie." Voice after voice caught up the song, Until its tender pas c ion Kose like an anthem, rich and strong,— Their battle-eve confession. Dear girl, her name he dared not speak, But as the song grew louder, Something upon the foldier's cheek Wash'd off the stains of powder." MAOAZtKE NOTES. "Politics make strange bedfellows," bnt that incongruity is slight compared with the curious assortment that are gathered this month between the non partisan sheets of the North American Review. We find the reverend Dean of Westminister, Archdeacon Farrar, dis cussing the extension o...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1892

Pr iOUND THE COUNTY Lsh Pick-Ups From the County | News Disseminators. ,First Baptist church of Ocosta has laticles of incorporation. i carpenters are putting the rustic lb new Episcopal church.—Pioneer. I tarn from a reliable source that a i tannery is likely to be established within a short time—Pioneer. juries Pratch the Aberdeen Photo ilwr, is preparing a portable gallery &be will have located in Westport. Dong the prospective new business Mto be established in Westport is a ;store by W. B Paine, the Aberdeen «M. is rumored there is a possibility that Hoqniam Washingtonian and Ocosta m will be consolidated and pub id in larger form at Oposta.—West- World. le Westport World says that baseball nils have been selected at that place, the firat of a series of games between Vontesano, Cosmopolis and Aber clnbs, will be begun next Sunday, very good sample of Chehalis county >WIB left with us a few days ago by Oleesoo, sr. In collecting specimens ml for the World's Fair, Mr. Glee...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1892

THE TEREDO BORE. What Gray's Harbor Does Not Have to Suffer from. An odd teredo freak is noticeable along certain portions of the dock or water front at Seattle. The Great Northern railway has covered all its piling with an anti-teredo preperation, which is a paper and cloth combination. It so far has been a perfect protection; however, in one section of the road the piles were not driven far enough to bring the paper be low the bottom, or to it. The teredos have found these unprotected places; have bored in and up, completely honey combing the piles. They will have to be replaced at once. The amount of harm these worms do on Puget sound in a year is something astonishing. They are al ways an element of uncertainty. A dock may look solid today and tomorrow drop into the water. Look Well to Your Interact. The greatest political campaign that ever Washington had is now on. Already one of the standard bearers is chosen and in two weeks more his opponent will be in the field. If you are...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1892

FLY. BL. Oth«rwl«e Cam- J**!, Or»t°r». I J, oytiM to be a luke- Qarrison sentiment to the cause it PJ coincidence that jounuJist and states- Pjjjfl, larring his country PSaid with nostalgia and r2ytohasten to his home lTm of the aforesaid .luke- order to get cured. KjJJrtn to thirst for New R—jiirtic activity about the RSlrPlatt's nervous hand Mr. Smith gave St. w id American shake I* tfr~n.lv with Brother KJgjs kioker. And now Pjtitn C. New, deserting EL*|* threshold of the sea y, back on Piccadilly, 5 Bnriizigham, Richmond, R an d hastening back to : /uie unnecessary, we repeat, fti ntnm of New. The ob- have predicted K war —Washington Post. B | ga | | p«ad Force Bill. K|ipaUican state convention KriStatcs has made the re- E, to that great Republican E* threatened at one time Efchence of President Har- to become a law, fcn known to the world as KgL" The measure seems to Kfcid, but utterly forgotten. HppeDone are so poor as to ■pei. As Mark Twain would K| got only dead, but very in...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - Jane 16, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THORBDAY BY F. R. WALL, - - Editor and Proprietor terms or scbscription: One year, In advance 12 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising ratesou application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Weekly Meteororloglcul Report (J. S. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Wednesday, June 16,1892. temperature, j® H g a i DATE. § D S WEATHER. Jr * H {■« M 2 * " H B M MM" Thursday.... 84.6 64 45 .00 Clear. Friday 54 75 61 50 .00 Fair. Saturday 58.5 63 43 .00 Cloudy. Sunday 58.25 69 49 .00 Clear. Monday 59.25 73 50 .00 " Tuesday 63.25 58 49 .00 Cloudy. Wednesday.. 57.5 65 50 .00 Fair. Prevailing direction of wind during the week north and we«t. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. HARRISON AND THE PLAT FORM. The qualities of the republican nomi nee are destined to be of far greater im portance in the coming campaign than are the enunciations of the republican platform...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1892

fUIIB FIPM OITT. c»t che » F ° nr - Hitting the Pipe. night four heathens at Ho ■""oiught in the act of smoking "jopiun. by Deputy Collector U«Bted by Deputy Collector l,,were hauled up before a jus # peace, where two plead guilty ulber two were found guilty of . tbe«t*te law against smoking gideftch of the four fined twenty irgtnd costs. their fines, except Charley I cook of Geo. H. Emerson, who I to gerve out his time in the u he knew he would have Uted by the federal officers at living contraband opium in his Jpising that anyone should be goquiam who would attempt iciation and otherwise to prevent bom taking its course in the case notorious opium fiends, yet it iown that strenuous efforts were htwCharley Sing go free. BP of Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce. IK, The time is drawing near gold Chehalis rounty desire to »ted the world's fair, action itpken to collect materials for p,and lis, There is no appropriation the purpose of collecting exhib tohsve Chehalis county repre iber vario...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1892

SPECIAL PLEADERS. THE COMPILERS OF THE SO CALLED "M'KINLEY CENSUS." The Reports Will Indicate Nothing, In asmuch as Only the Establishment of New Industries and Increase of Old Ones Are Asked For. The American Protective Tariff league, of which Mr. Cornelius N. Bliss, of New York, is president, is preparing for the coming political campaign by gathering facts bearing upon the pro tective tariff. It styles its work the preparation of the McKinley census, and in the circular letter sent out it says: "We desire to gather and publish complete information regarding the ef fects of the McKinley tariff upon all the industries of the country. This infor mation maybe naturally divided into two classes, vis., first, newly estab lished industries due to the McKinley tariff, and tecond, development* and in crease in established industries dne to the McKinley tariff, no matter how small or how large the industry. Please give us complete information regarding those in your locality, and furnish t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1892

jc. T. U. COLUMN IgfffDVt M® B - J - R * WALKKR - aUiion Signal, which is the na jLtfofthe W. C. T. U., in its is , jky 26, (fives an extended ac ; reception tendered Lady Sonera® 1 by the British woman's association. Memorial hall, „Vi 9 the scene of a most enthu , meeting- Addresses of welcome L uwciation and many other nggeorganizations were read, to kdv Somerset replied at length ery happy manner. From her ad w quote the following; "From omeat I pot my foot on the Ameri gi I was surrounded by all that 'give me happiness and peace; I went to those immense mass Hi,— fifty-two of which I addressed months' stay—my path was i with flowers on every hand and iteonld be brought to make that c |j|hHnl was heaped upou me by Bin of America." After referring tliqaor traffic as the "greatest curse grid," ehe says: "There is a ■ sentiment in America on the Kgf women drinking, and I would of such sentiment as Hped here. During the six there only atone table Hjjl see a woman touch wine or never...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 June 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. by v. h. w. "Life! I know not what thou art, But know that thou aad 1 must part; Aud when, or how, or where we met I own to me's a secret yet. Life-' we've been long together, Through pleasant and through cloudy weather. Tis hard to part when frineds are dear— Perhaps 'twill cast a sigh, a tear; Then steal away, give little warning, Choose thine own time; Say not Good-Night.—but, in some brighter clime Bid me Good-Morning'. MAGAZINE NOTES, "The Reflections of A Married Man" are brought to a close in the June num ber of the "Sciibner," and there is a nice little stage moral at the end to give the proper tone, before the curtain is rung down. The story has been readable and rather amusing; but the nearer Mr. Rob ert Grant keeps to the surface of life the better are his results, and so when the married man and his "darling" get to philosophising upon "life, death and the vast forever" they have to betake them selves to the stilts of platitude to keep their heads above...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1892

THE • HERALD FROM NOW ill 192, 60 Cts> ftl. VI. 'BOUND THE COUNTY Auditor Boyington has returned from kk trip to St. Paul. Th« Montesano race track will be opMd on July 4. ' The patent seats and the stoves for the Itw pusenger depot arrived last evening.' -Pioneer. The First National bank of Montesano expects to be ready for business by Angoit first. Str. Alliance brought the pipe for the ichool house steam heating apparatus.— Wuhingtonian. The baseball grounds at Westport are being put in shape but no games have yet been arranged. The Hoquiain Hose Co. will race igiiiißt the Aberdeen fire boys, at West port beach July 4th. The Hoquiam Washingtonian says, in regard to the report that it would be con ■olidated with the Ocosta Pionee :r Friday, July 1, the Westpoit Daily World will emerge from chrysalis and ipread its wings to the sun of public hvor.—World. V. Mason has rented tha Weatherwax building on Pacific avenue and will put in a bowling alley and target gallery on the lower ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. - - June 23, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - - Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance 12 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoflice at Aberdeen, Wash., *8 second class mail matter. Weekly Metcororlogical Report V. S. Weatlier Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Wednesday, June 22, 1892. TEMPERATURE. * ! Fg DATE. £ l> r WEATHER. - * - 2 \ w> ° M< 2 £ _ * IJL J* * : Thursday.... 57 05 51 .00 Clear. Friday 59 00 52 .32 Fair. Saturday 57 04 54 .41 Cloudy. Sunday 57 04 j 42 .00 Clear. Monday 5G 05 i 47 .00 44 Tuesday 58 04 i 51 .00 Cloudy. Wednesday.. 57 64 1 51 .00 1 Fair. \ direction of wind during the week west. W. B. Mack. Weather Bureau Observer. oe between the prin men represent. *Flie plat , but an insignificant figure. _.roJSinleyißm will be tried by all the people of these United States, and the verdict will, we think, be in favor of freer...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1892

brief mention. For pure hike ice see J. C. Burgess, tf ,1. J. West's grocery on the East side i,now doing a rushing business, fte republicans were defeated Monday bv a combine ticket in Portland. The democratic club is arranging for a gmnd ratification meeting tonight. Direct mail service between Aberdeen ud Westport was established last week. Bom—To the wife of John G. Waldo, in Aberdeen, on Tuesday, June 21, a girl. Part of the pipe for the South Bend waterworks came down on the cars Sat urday- Aberdeen will ratify. Dude Lewis has bgen invited to address the ratification meeting. Health Officer Graham has been pre paring the city for the summer by flush ing the gutters. The photographic gallery of F. P. Finch, corner of Heron and II streets, is nearly finished. School Clerk Wyman has enumerated 635 children of school age in this, the fifth school district. Many of the Sons of Veterans were visitors up from their encampment at Hoquiam last week. The telephone office has been moved ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 June 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY l. h. w. "There*' nought but care on ev'ry han' In every hour that passes, 0! What, signifies the life o' man, An' 'twere not for the lasses, 0! Green grow the rashes, O! Oreen grow the ruhes, O! The sweetest hoars that e'er I spent Were spent among the lasses, 0! Auld Nature swears the lovely dears Her noblest work she classes, O! Her 'prentice han' she try'd on man An' then she made the lasses, O! " One of the prettiest books ol the last few months is the volume entitled "Latest Literary Essays" of J. R. Lowell, published Houghton, Mifflin of Boston. The little volume is bound in myrtle green'india silk, with a delicate border of gold stamped around the edge, and the title, also stamped in gold, is circled by a slender laurel wreath. The volumne is gotten out by Lowell's authorized literary executor, Charles Eliot Norton, and the essays are collected from various sources. Several times in this slender volume Lowell refers to the pressure of years that became s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 June 1892

THE ■ HERALD from now i 1.4,92, 50 Cts. foi. n. (BE DEMOCRATIC platform, The democratic party, at the national convention 'held last week in Chicago, idopted the following declaration of prin "lrhfl representatives of the democratic puty otthe United States, in national convention assembled, do reaffirm their lilegiance to the principles of the party M formulated by Jefferson and exempli fied by a long, illustrious line of success ora in the democratic leadership, from Ibdison to Cleveland: we believe that the public welfare demands that these principles be applied to the conduct of the federal government through the ac cession to power of the party that advo cates them; and we solemnly declare that the need of a return to tnese fundamental principles of a free popular goyern ment, based on home rule and individual lib erty, was never more urgent tnan now, when the tendency to centralize all power it the federal capital has become a men ace to the reserved rights of the states that ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 June 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - Jine 30, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. B. WALL, - - Editor and Fropriktor terms of svbscription: One year, In advance * %'! 00 91s months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., ti second class mall matter. THEIR COMPLEXIONS. (Communicated.) For a county with nine thousand in- ' habitants Chehalis is "way up" so far as the number of her papers are concerned. There are nine of them and in view of the coining election it may be of interest to have an impartial estimate of tf>eir political complexions: The Oakville 'Globe' has a slight Demo cratic tendency, but is independent be-: cause of location. The Elma 'Chronicle* takes its demo cracy like the Kentucky colonel does his •whiskey—straight. The Montesano 'Vidette' was awarded the county printing on the highest bid by a Republican board of county commis siooers. This proves its politics like the Q. E. D. of a demonstrated geometrical pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 June 1892

gfilEF MENTION. ffjinfl began running into Ocosta on tunday- Ice cre im every day at the Aberdeen Biiery- tf fl, e re will a firemen's meeting Fri fol night. Joy your Mason fruit jar rubbers at gigeoert Bros. 37-tf jbe shingle machinery for Sherwood's oil! will be put in place next week. Untarnished rooms for rent, suitable (of , (gaily. Apply at this office, tf Tbc contract is soon to be let for carry ing the mail to Peterson and Oyehut. Bobs— In Aberdeen, on Friday, June 24 1892, to the wife of R. W. Hilligoss, a boy. The construction gang of the Northern jyifc will be cut down to 25 men tomor row. See elsewhere Montesano's cordial in yjtoHon to be with them on the Fourth of July. There is no excuse for not being patri otic when you can buy flags as cheap as Ben Ladue is selling them. Accidents having been the rule during the week R. P. Campbell broke one of his little fingers while playing ball. Deputy Sheriff Geiseler sold at auction Monday a lot of restaurant fixtures. They wen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 June 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. 11. W. '"Neath cloistered boughs, each floral bell that swingcth. And tolls Its perfume on the pr.sslng air. Makes sabbath In the fields, and everringeth j A call to prayer." "The Rescue of an Old I'lace," by Mar}- Caroline Robbing, belongs to that unnamed series of books in which the en thusiasm of a specialist breaks bounds and takes to print. Books of this sort form a class by themselves. They are as different from books written to order by the "liteiary sharp," who carries his mental kodak about with him and pops at whatever "picturesque material" may fall in his way, as cheese from chalk, just so different in nutritive value. The genuineness and ardor with which the man who writes because he must, not because he can, arrests attention. It is the voice of sincerity, not the voice of the charmer, which must Ik; heeded. "The Rescue of an Old Place" is a narrative full of spontaneous humor and charm, of the loving labors of the author and her husband to plan...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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