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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 July 1892

THE - HERALD FROM NOW Itil Not. 4,92, 50 Cts. fol. VI. A MYSTIC PLATFORM. WHAT DOES THE MINNEAPOLIS MAN IFESTO MEAN? A Bare Collection of Glittering Generali ties and Platitudes of Ancient Vintage. The True Inwardness of the Monopo listic Idea Exposed. The Republican platform produced at Minneapolis is a document of rare in terest to the student of opinions and to the critio of style. It combines the di rect and almost infantile simplicity of the chap book with the mystic mistiness of the second story back clairvoyant. No one man can understand it. To take it in comprehensively and interpret it intelligently would require the best en deavors of a joint session of a kinder garten and a Browning club. No one man wrote it. No one man could have written it, not even Colonel Abe Slupsky himself. Wonder ceases when we remember that this masterpiece of political litera ture ia the achievement of a committee of forty-eight, operating through five subcommittees of five each, and all under th...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 July 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - July 7, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - - Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance 12 00 9ix months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Kntered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., <s second class mail matter. KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BOARD. The school board of this district seems to be under the impression that its acts should be free from criticism. The Her ald, in viow of what it considers its duty to the public, can scarcely concede that the board's impression is the correct one. If the board could be brought to see that it owes a duty to the people, and not to any individual member of the board, it would begin to conceive the purpose of its existence. The people, we believe, have been able to acquiesce in but few actions of the board, and the contemplated action of the board, to increase the salary of the principal from $1200 to $1500 a year, is a proposition to which the people seriously ob...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 July 1892

ITH AT WESTPORT] The Glorious Fourth Ushered in With Enthusiasm and Noise. 2000 PEOPLE ENJOY THE DAY Harbor People Pour Into Westport by- Boat and Train—lnteresting Sports, Speeches. Gallant Mflitfa and Grand Ball Make Up the Day's Pleasures. The 116 th anniversary of the formal birth of this greatest of republics was ushered in at Westport with a shout and bang. The morning dawned blight and beautiful, all natuie seeming to rejoice in commemoration of the signing 116 years ago of the grandest platform of the principles the world has ever known— the Declaration of Independence. About 9:30 a. m. the steamers Ty phoon, Tilhe, Edgar, Chehalis, Clan McDonald and Sunbeam arrived in suc cession, each loaded to the guards with eicursionists. The first event was a yacht race, which was contested by four boats. The course lay from the wharf, Bouth down the bay to a buoy thence north to the buoy at the ■ mouth of the Harbor and return to the wharf. The wind had the right slant for a fine race...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 July 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. "Osleep.-sweet sleep! Lean downward untorae, And lay thy cool touch on my fevered cheek • Lay all thy fair length close to me, and speak Thy language sottand drowsy as the sea That steals up tide-lands slow and lullingly. Osleep,—kind sleepiLean down audpresa tliy lips On my tired eyes; let thy cool finecr-tlps Still my hot temples' throb,—ay, let me be Cradled within thy arms.—And bid me think Of clovered banks where long, still shadows creep; Of Lotus blossoms lolling on a stream; Of twinkling brooks where thirsty cattle drink; Of drowsy poppy fields —And bid me dream Of her I love, 0 sleep,—O gentle sleep!" MAGAZINE NOTES. "Jersey Villas," by Henry Jauies is an nounced on the cover of the Juno "Cos mopolitan" as the especial feature of that number. It is not unnatural to find how ells and James in company, for llowells has long been an admirer of Jaines, and he would naturally use his editorial au thority to call upon his friend for a con tribution. ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 July 1892

THE • HERALD FROM NOW 111.10,92 40 Cts. foi. n. ABOUT HIS HATSHIP. THE SOUP KETTLE YAWNS FOR BENJAMIN HARRISON. governor Peek Says He Will Lose Wl«- conlln —Not So Strong In Indiana al He Tai In 1888—Bole* Can Beat Him la lowa. The following opinions of leading Democrats in different parts of the coun try will be of interest: ILLINOIS. President Ewing, of the Iroquois club, the banner Democratic organization of the city: "McKinley was their logical candidate, but they had not the courage of their convictions, and so chose Harri aon. Of course we shall beat him." "Harrison will never again make as good a race as he did in 1888," said Pot ter Palmer. "You can't enthuse with him, and this Blaine quarrel will cripple him from the start." Carter Harrison voiced the general sentiment of Democrats when he said, "We can almost certainly elect the Democratic nominee if we only use dis cretion in choosing him." MICHIGAN. 0. M. Barnes, a member of the Demo cratic national committee, says: "I t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 July 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - July 14, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - - Editor and Proprietor TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance 12 oo Six months 1 00 Three months 76 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., is second class mall matter. THE TRUTH IS BEST. The South Bend Journal goes into a half-column of raptures over the arrival there of the Chelialis. The event is 110 doubt sufficient cause for rapture on the part of South Bend, but it should not be made the occasion of making the captain of the Chehalis responsible for such pal pably false statements as the follows: "Where was the vessel built Captain," inquired the Journal. "At Hoquiam, on Gray's Harbor." "How did you get her out ?" "Oh, we didn't load her." "Could you come out of Grays Harbor with the Chehalis loaded to her ca pacity?" "Oh no, no, not water enongh," replied Capt. Watts. "But you will load her for a million here?" "Yes, for a million." "How did you f...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 July 1892

jgIEP MENTION.! to the Fireman's ball tomorrow filing, if )' ou want to liave a g00(1 t'me tinted —By competent girl, house of any kind- A PP'y at this office, jott—At Aberdeen, on Sunday, July lOtb, to the wife of C " B ' Don e ,as > a >»sty W- creamery butter, fresh and ■ #t Kroenert Bros. * go,s—At Aberdeen, on Friday, July ' jib 1892, to the wife of C. T. DeLosli, a boy. pine candies and chewing gum at Ben line's Conquorer Cigar Store. The lecture at the M. E. church last evening was enjoyed by all who were present. A fine line of cakes from the American Biscuit company now on sale at Kroenert Bros. The soldiers reunion will begin at the beach August 10th and last throughout the month. Ice cream every day at the Aberdeen Bakery. tf Died—On July 12,1892, at the hospital in Aberdeen, of cancer in the head, Junes McClain. Crescent creamery butter, fresh and iweet, at Kroenert Bros. * The Elk Mining company of Aberdeen haa been incorporated with a capital stock of $500,000. Fa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 July 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. A METEOR AT DUSK. "Behold! one turns, with wind-blown, golden head, A backward glance to where the feasters stand, Where Songs arise, where bloom of wine is shed; And so the lamp from out her slackened hand Falls; and the darkness falls; and the day is dead." MAGAZINE NOTES. The July Century brings so much that is pleasant to a close that it is rather a saddening number to think upon, when once read. Dr. Weir Mitchell's "Characteristics" is concluded in this number and it is with real regret that we remember that no more shall we be privy to the talks of the group of friends meet ing in St. Clair's studio or Vincent's parlor. "Characteristics" is so unlike most fictions, for a story it is not, that it seems to require a somewhat different standard of comparison from the ordinary story. It has perhaps more in common with ] Holmes' "Autocrat of the Breakfast Table" or "Over the Teacups" than any other recent books, and yet it is distinctly different from ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 July 1892

THE ■ HERALD PROM NOW MM,92 40 Cts. r«i. vi. TELEPHONE TALKS. SOUTH AMERICA MAKES A FEW RE MARKS ON RECIPROCITY. Ike Motive* of the Bunko Game Revealed to the Farmer—High Wage* and Home ■arketi Do Mot Materialize—Canada'* ■ Appeal for Recognition. 1 United States—Hello! Hello! ' Sooth America—Hello! 0.8.—1 a that you, South America? & A.—Yes; what do yon want? U.S.—This is United States. You bow we put a reciprocity clause into what we call the McKinley bill, that we jMUd here last fall? & A—Yes, I heard ypu did. U. B.—Well, that clause authorizes the preddent to put duties on tea, coffee, Tr, molasses and hides. A—Aren't you mistaken? I thought your constitution gave your congress fall and exclusive power to lay and col lect taxes, duties, etc. D. S. —Yes, so it does; but I haven't time to discuss a constitution now more than 100 years old. As 1 was going to My, the president can put a duty of 8 tents per pound on your coffee, cents per pcmnd on your hides and 2 cents per p...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 July 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. - - July 21, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, Editor and Proprietor - -• TERM# OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, In advance f2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., ii second class mail matter. I'OI.ITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself to tbe voters of Chehalis county a candidate for the office of County Auditor of said county, subject to the action of the nominating convention of the Republican party. GEO. W. Boyixqton. CAPITAL AND LABOR. The people can not, if they would, longer be blinded to the fact that there is open warfare between capital and labor. It is a problem we must solve. The con-' ditions that precipitated the battles at i Homestead and in Coeur d'Alene are conditions that obtain in a greater or less degree wherever the relation of employe/ and employee exists. It cannot be denied that the employei has tbe right to employ whomsoever he j chooses. But...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 July 1892

jjtlEF MENTION. Salmon will so"" be running. Congress may adjourn Monday. Examine Jeff's new stock of shoes, the heaHng apparatus for the school has arrived. Icecream every day at the Aberdeen Bakery. tf Harrison, Cleveland, Reid and Sher ggggp all Presbyterians. Crescent creamery butter, fresh and «t Kroenert Bros. » Ed Bchofield is building a comfortable little home on the hill near H street. I tremendous lot of new shoes have joit been received at Jeff's shoe store. . Astorian suggests the extension of the telegraph system from Ocosta to Astoria. . Fine candies and chewing gum at Ben Lldae's Conquorer Cigar Store. South Bend has been made a sub-port of entry with C. C. Dalton as deputy collector. Crescent creamery butter, fresh and ireet, at Kroenert Bros. * The Union Pactfic railroad has re-es tablished its old 40 cent rate on lumber from Portland. Wsnted —By competent girl, house work of any kind. Apply at this office. Tbe Sunbeam will take blackberrying parties op the Wishkah ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 July 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. HONEYSUCKLE. "This is the fragile horn Whereon the bugler, Breeze, Blows fragrant calls at morn To summon forth the bees." "Tess of the D' Übervilles," Thomas Hardy's last book, has created a strong sensation in England and lias been only a little less talked of on our side of the water. No small part of the interest which tho book has arousejl is duo to the nature and handling of the plot, and more still to the curious challenge in the sub-title, "The History of a Pure Woman Faithfully Presented." If it had been called "The History of a Weak Woman Faithfully Presented," the meaning of the Btory would have been less enigmati cal. The fatalism that has always been the strongest characteristic of Hardy's books has full play in this story; more than ever are his characters pressed by fate from misery to misery, from mis take to wickedness, like "dumb driven cattle" before an irresistible storm. The theory of human life which makes man the helpless creature...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 July 1892

THE - HERALD FROM NOW D1iN8T.10,92 40 Cts. ful. VI. "DIFFERENCE IN WAGES" FARCE. Oar Farmers Now Compete with the Lowest Paid Labor ou Earth. Here is food for reflection for the turner who still thinks he is voting money in his pocket when he votes for "protection." If he will ponder this fact nfidently he will solve the whole tariff problem. It is quoted from "Recent Economic Changes," by David A. Wells: "Indian corn can be successfully and ku been extensively raised in Italy. Bat Indian com grown in the valley of tha Mississippi, a thousand miles from ftewaboard, has been transported in re cant years to Italy and sold in her mar ket* «t a lower cost than the corn of Lombard? and Venetia, where the wages of the agriculturist are not one-third of the wages paid in the United States for corresponding labor. And one not sur prising sequel of this is that 77,000 Ital ian laborers emigrated to the United States in 1880." Is other grains and food products and in cotton it is the same. Th...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 July 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. - - July 28, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY P. R. WALL, - - Editor and Proprietor TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: One year, lu advance 12 00 81* mouths 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., second class mail matter. AN IMPARTIAL OPINION. If one were seeking for an entirely un biased opinion as to the future chances of this part of the world, he would, no doubt, consider he was attaining as nearly as possible to impartiality if told that he might consult the professor of geology in Haavard university. This is what that authority, Prof. N. S. Shaler, says in his recent work, "Nature and Man in Amer ica:" "The district of Oregon, including the western portion of that state and the neighboring sections of the state of Wash ington, as well as a considerable part of the Frazer river district on the north, diffeis from California in its more humid climate, the proportionately wider ex tent of its tillage ground...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 July 1892

BRIEF mention. Freeh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Tbe big boiler for Sherwood's shingle mill has been put in place. Examine Jeff's new stock of shoes. There will be a masquerade ball at Hamer's pavilion on August oth. For pure lake ice call on J. C. Burgess. J, Kaiser, who had three ribs broken tya runaway team, is recovering rapidly. Ice cream every day at the Aberdeen Bakery- tf Bobn—ln Aberdeen, on Tuesday, July J6tk, 1892, to the wife of Chas. McDonald * girl- Mason's fruit jars—all sizes—at Kroe nert Bros. 37-tf Bobn—ln Aberdeen, on Saturday, July 23,1892, to the wife of N. C. Hoffman, a pound boy. Wanted —By competent girl, house work of any kind. Apply at this office. The bank of Shelton was closed last week on an attachment of the county treasurer of Mason connty. Putting up fruit ? Then go to Kroenert Bros, for fruit jars and rubbers. 37-tf The front of Toklas & Kaufman's brick block has been touched up this week a with coat of fresh paint. A comfortable cottage, fav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 July 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY I. 11. W. —"Thou, light-winged Dryad of the trees, Id some melodious plot Of beechen green, and shadows numberless, Slngest of summer In full-throated case. Perhaps the self-same song that found a path Through the sad heart of Ruth, when sick for home, Bhe stood in tears amid the alien corn." "Little Brothers of the Air" is the grac ious title that Olive Thome Miller has given her new volume upon bird-life. The book is not written for the bird-wise; but is the record by a bird-lover of the odd and charming domestic manners of bird families, from closest observation. It is impossible to read the book without feeling a new interest in the whole feath ered creation. Toa wholesomely created being, with a natural api>etite for the sweet joys of out of door life, there must always be a sense of chagrin in recogniz ing that through ignorance and inatten tion has been lost one whole chapter of pleasure from the book of life. To live in a world of birds without knowin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 August 1892

THE - HERALD FROM NOW 111.10,92 40 Cts. fol. VI. labor and tariffs. HIGH PRICED WAGES PRODUCES CHEAP GOODS. Good Pay and Satisfied Workmen Mean an Increased Production in the Factory and Workshop—Redaction of Wage* rin ally Followed by a Bad Reaction. Mr. L. L. Schoomaker, the represent ative of the Carnegie qpsociation in New York, made a statement in regard to the Homestead troubles, in which he said: "The day must infallibly come—it nay come at tie next election—when the protective tariff which built our mills will cease, and it is to prepare for that repeal that we are making these tonnage increases, in order to defy the competition that on that day—now in light—will arise from every corner of the land." This is all nonsense except in so far 11 it shows that some of the manufac turers have had their ears to the ground recently and have heard the pent up rumblings against the Republican sys tem of favoritism. Many kinds of iron and steel goods are manufactured cheap er here now t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 August 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. - - August 4, 1!592 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - - Editor asd Proprietor terms or subscription: ' One year, in advance KOO Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., 'I second class mall matter. CAN SUCH A THING BE? The people's party are certainly to be commisserated over their choice of O. G. Chase as a candidate for the state legislature. Not because of any thing personal to Mr. Chase, but for the finan cial views Mr. Chase has seen fit to give out as his own through the columns of the Hoquiam Washingtonian. Mr. Chase says, and it is hard to take him seriously, yet we are compelled to do so, for there is nothing to suggest that he means to be humorous: The aggregate assessed valuation of each county in the United States should be returned to the Secretary of the Treas ury at Washington, D. C., and that de partment should be authorized to supply each county Treasurer with a ce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 August 1892

brief mention. The republican county nominating con ation will meet at Hoquiam on the •sth. Salmon have begun to run, andth6 first "the season were in the market last Monday- Thirteen new members were initiated Friday by the A. O. U. W. lodge of Aberdeen. The Weatherwax boom has been re ceiving repairs this week, many new piles being put down. Remember the democratic primaries at the hose bouse on G street. At 8 o'clock jhtrp Saturday evening. The band was out Tuesday evening to tid Company K in its guard mounting. The music was unusually tine. It is reported on good authority that HcGowan Bros, will operate their can nery this season, and that they will be ,e»4y to receive fish on the 15th inst. The Point Loma brought Wednesday from 'Frisco, the tubes and iron for the baler of Morse's shingle mill. She also brought a quantity general merchandise. Judge W. E. Keyes having gone into the insurance firm of J. M. Weatherwax & Qo., has moved the office of J. P. into the building occu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 August 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. TO THE NOON. "Art thau pale for weariness Of climbing heaven, and gazing on the earth, Wandering companlonless Among the stars that have a different birth,— And erer-changing, like a joyous eye That find* no object worth its constancy?" MAGAZINE NOTES. The centenary of Percy Bysshe Shel ley's birth is celebrated in the August Century by a thoughtful essay upon Shel ley's influence 011 our age, by George E. Woodberry, the frontispiece of the mag azine being a delicate engraving of the unearthly face of the poet. Woodberry's view of the character and influence of Shelley in this short essay is a wider and more intelligent one than is commonly taken by his biographers; sympathy in his hand has become the divining rod which has led him to the hidden springs of the poet's true inspiration. The err atic and almost uncanny qualities of Shelley's character, which during his life, and ever since, had the power of either Btrongly attaching or strongly repelling t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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