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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 August 1892

THE • HERALD FROM NOW lINiJIIOJ 35 Cts. fol. VI. TO TALK WITH MARS. KKINLEY will ask questions about protection there. "Do Trust. B*ll Goods 85 to 60 Per Cent. 1 CfcMper to Foreigners Than In the "Pro totted Home Markets?" Is Now Bendy , fur the Mars Statesmen. | Apropos of the announcement by Edi ion that it may be possible to converse with the inhabitants of Mars, when that planet in August approaches to within iboat 86,000,000 miles of our humblq iphere, Major McKinley has prepared a wt of questions which he hopes the in habitants of Mars will kindly answer in timafor campaign purposes here this ML McKinley's absolute faith in "pro taction," with its reciprocity safety tahree, as the promoter of civilization and the forerunner of the millennium hat led him to attempt the novel plan of going to Mars for campaign material. The following are some of the questions now ready to fire at the unsuspecting Maraarian statesmen: lam Major McKinley, author of the McKinley tariff bill—of cour...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 August 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - August 11, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - - Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF subscription: One year, in advance t2 CO six months 1 00 Three months' 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofllec at Aberdeen, Wash., is second class mail matter. Tms is the season of fires Too much care can not be exercised to keep Aber deen from going up in smoke. W. H. Doolittle will bo the repub lican nominee for congress from West of the mountains at Olympia today or the signs fail. A cat in a strange garret is "strictly in it" compared with Ocosta in a Republican convention run by Aberdeen and Hoquiam.—Ocosta Pioneer. The Herald's publication day has been Thursday ever since the paper has been established, and nothing has ever been said to any one regarding a change, nor has a change ever been contemplated. The boycott has just been taken off Reid's paper, the New York Tribune by the labor organizations. Who believes it would have been take...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 August 1892

brief mention. Examine Jeff's new stock of shoes, for pure lake ice call on J. C. Burgess. Victoria, B. C., had a $200,000 fire Sunday. Loads of passengers leave for the Iggcli daily. The O. A. R. encampment began at the beach yesterday. D. Mack expects to have his log ging tamp below Elma in operation next week. The People's party was organized here liat Saturday with twenty-five members u a starter. Lewis & Trethrake are getting the ma chinery for their shingle mill on Johna river in place. Born —At Aberdeen, on Sunday, August 7, 1892, to the wife of Wm. Good win, a twelve pound girl. It is reported that Bristol & Leonard, of South Bend, have sold their mill to the land company at South Bend. A young lad named John Rodenberger, wushot and killed nearShelton Sunday. He was out hunting and was mistaken for a deer. The great western steamer Jessie was launched in the Wishkah Monday. She has been lengthened six feet, and newly fitted up inside. The Aberdeen b. b. c., was not —...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 August 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. "Herewith I tend you three pressed withered flowers: This one was white with golden stnr; this, blue As Caprls' cave; that, purple and shot through With sunset-orange. Where Duomo towers In diamond air, and under hanging bowers The Arno glides, this faded violet grew On Landor's grave; from Landor's heart it drew Its magic azore in the long spring hours. Within the shadow of the pyramid Of Caius Castius was the daisy found, White as the soul of Keats in Paradise. The pausy—there were hundreds of them, hid In the thick grass that folded Shelley's mound, Guarding his ashes with most lovely eyes." Westminster Abbey, even the poets corner, with its crowded ranks of mem orials to the great dead of England, is in some way less touching to the imagina tion than that quiet little English ceme tery outside of the walls of Rome. It is a lovely silent spot where the graves are seen only as heaving tarf, and the wide summer roses, not rioting as on the Pincian Hill...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 August 1892

THE ■ HERALD FROM NOW 111.10,92 35 Cts. fol. VI. PROTECTION A SHAM. THE TARIFF SYSTEM DECLARED TO BE A BASELESS SUPERSTITION. hwtor Vest Fires a Volley of One Hun dred Tariff Trust* and Two Hundred and Fifty Wage Reductions in Protect ed Industries at Republicans. Tariff items of late are not entirely Htisfactory to Republicans who worship it the shrine of "protection." The Democrats have boldly declared that the Qitem is a superstition and a sham. The Prohibitionists have done the same, tad the Alliance and Labor platform » will follow suit. Something must be done to stem the tide setting in against "protection." Republicans must not be content with trying to refute "free trade" and "Cob den club lies," but must do some ag gressive work themselves. Spurred on by such sentiments as these Senator Hale concluded to "force the fighting," and as a prelude to his challenge to the Democrats he recited that at "no time has so large a proportion of the Ameri can people been employed at such...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 August 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - Augnst 18, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, - - Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oue year, in advance $2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months > 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofllee at Aberdeen, Wash., fts second class mail matter. Weekly Meteororlogical lleport U. S. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Wednesday, August 17,1892. TEMPERATURE. T* ! H i * * S ! DATE. £ O . J* I WEATHER. J * * S ; d 5 * H j U < — flj x a a £ : Thursday.. . 58 71 52 .00 Cloudy. Friday 57 70 53 .15 Fair. Saturday 57 68 52 .18 Cloudy. Sunday 57 75 51 .03 Fair Monday 55 71 46 .00 Clear. Tuesday 58 73 44 .00 Fair. Wednesday.. 58 72 46 .00 [Clear. Prevailing direction of wind during the week north and west. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. Democracy can and will win in this state, this fall, if it is not saddled with any "Old man of the Canal." Every appropriation for the Lake Washington canal scheme wo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 August 1892

jUIEP MENTION. for pure lake ice call on J. C. Burgess, jrt cream every day at the Aberdeen WMJ- lf jbe desks and chairs for the school have arrived. He Beemer, of this place, has started tlivery stable at the beach. A pile driver, bottom side up, was in the Harbor Saturday. Hie visiting lumbermen were taken on U excursion over the bar yesterday. H. Ricliau is fitting up his tailoring aablishment in his Heron street build ing. A party of surveyors passed through bete last week bound for the Quiniault country. The first raft of cedar logs for Sher d's shingle mill was brought down Friday by A. Payette. A warehouse is being built and n land jog place for stock fitted up on the R. R. tbirfon the south side. The People's party hold their conven- Uoo for the purpose of nominating the remainder of the county ticket on the 3d of September. When the scalp is atrophied, or ehiny b»ld, no preparation will restore the hair; in ill other cases, Hall's Hair Renewer will start a growth. Jester &a...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 August 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. ''But words are things, and a small drop of ink, Falling, like dew upon a thought, produces That which makes thousands, perhaps mill ions, think." In the July number of Lippincott's Magazine appeared an article called "Geographical Fiction," by Mrs. Ger trude Atherton, in which the value of Action to literature is questioned. The reason given for the writer's belief in its valuelessness as a contribution to litera ture is that stories "Tell us little that we do not already know, nothing that we will not some day come into personal knowledge of." By this standard noth ing is of value in literature that djes not contribute new facts to the world. Poetry is, however, admitted in the same para graph as being of unquestionable worth as a contribution to literature. In what way does poetry add more than fiction to our stock of facts? evidently any distinc tion between poetry and fiction upon this ground is purely arbitrary. If, on the other hand, the worth of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 August 1892

fHE ■ HLRALD from now 11.10,92 35 Cts. ftfl. vi. TIN PLATE HISTORY. TH E DIVERSIFIED USES TO WHICH IT IS APPLIED. | nCm m » food Wrapper—Bow the I giKlnlajr Tariff la Injuring the Tariff 8 [riutry—What Tin Plate la and How I Hlt Manufactured. I fin pUtea since the tariff discussion I them have become an item I rfpobtte interest. There seems to be a I njriiiag ignorance on the part of the I Wk concerning their manufacture, I tite divesified uses to which they are I applied, as well as to the qualities which I gie them important in the economy of I MTing. I Briefly stated, tin plates are iron or I steel sheets cut to a convenient size I jWedwith tin; in other words, iron or I iteel ptates painted on both sides with a I tin costing. I Ninety per cent, of all the tin plates I cammed in the world are made in I f*l» For 170 years that little coun- I by his defied all competition in their I mauftcture. Added to a thorough I knowledge of the practical features of I the trade, the Welsh manu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 August 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thnrsday. - - August 25, 1892 [SSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, • Editoii ani> Publisher terms of subscription: One year, iu advance $2 00 Si* mouths 100 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoftice at Aberdeen, Wash., is second class mail matter. Weekly Meteororlogtcal lteport C. S. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Wednesday, August 24,1892. TEMPERATURE. JP ! 2~* * 1 DATE. 2 £ WEATIIER. ►r . 58 . '1 M W < 2 >5 w u as * a S : Thnrsday.... 58 79 52 .00 Clear Friday 58.25 79 53 .00 Fair. Saturday.. 57.75 71 50 .00 Fair Sunday 57.50 71 51 .00 Clear. llonday 58 60 54 .00 Cloudy. Tuesday 57.5 71 45 .00 Fair Wednesday.. 57.25 70 I 50 .00 iFai r. Prevailing direction of wind during the week north and west. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. The Ledger managed to gulp down Harrison, but McGraw's too raw. The democratic state convention in session at Olympia had not reached a ballot at 3 o'clock this afte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 August 1892

brief mention. Examine Jeff's new stock of shoes. Fresh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Fishermen are numerous. So are fish. Ice cream every day at the Aberdeen jgierv. tf A p»r'y of local capitalists visited Mc- Gownn's cannery yesterday. Have you examined Gus Leese's enor mous stock of fall suitings, just received? Bobs—ln Aberdeen, Sunday, August 21, 1892, to the wife of E. Ilulburt, a boy. The subscription for the railroad is progressing fairly well. Are you on it? The fishermen are making big hauls of salmon —7,503 pounds were shipped Tuesday. Fine candies and chewing gum at Ben Ltdue's Conquorer Cigar Store. No quorum being present last night, theconncil adjourned until next Wednes day evening. ; A tremendous lot of new shoes have | just been received at Jeff's shoe store. The Clan was so popular Sunday that the had to charter a scow to carry part of her passengers. Just received —A large variety of tanks, Valises and Satchels at Toklas ind Kaufman's. 2t. L. E. Rader delivered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 August 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. FATE. Two shall be born the whole wide world apart And sp;nk in different toi.g.ics, and have no thought Each of the other's beiag, and uo ne d; An I tnese, o'er unknown seas t& unknown lands Shall cross, cs-'upin,' wresk, defying death, And all unconsciously shape every act And bcud each wandering step to this one end- That, one day, out of d.irkness, they shall meet And read lifes meaning in each other's eyes. And two shall walk some narrow way of life So nearly side by side, :lu. should one turn Ever so little space to left or rig.it They needs must stand acknowledged face to face. And yet, with wistful eyes that never meet, With groping hands that never clasp, and lif s Calling in vain to ears that never hear, They seek each other all their weary days And die unsatisfied—and this is Fate! —8. M. Spalding. The one sure tiling that the years teach concerning the devil is that he is less black thaa painted. Since the days when England was shocked t...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 September 1892

THE ■ HERALD FROM NOW 111.10,92 30 Cts. fol. VI. SHODDY CLOTHING. THE AMERICAN PEOPLE FAST BE COMING A NATION OF "SHAKERS." UK* the MoKlnley Bill Went Into Ef fect the Shoddy Business Hai Been ally Prosperous—Our Tariff a Qiiiend to Shoddy Manufacturer*. There can be little doubt that the American people wear more shoddy thin do the people of any other country n the face of the globe. Here are a bw of the proofs of this statement: First— According to tho census statis tica of 1880 the total amount of raw ma terial consumed in the manufacture of woolen goods was 404,000,000 pounds. After reducing wool to a secured basis we find that only 118,000,000 pounds of pate wool were consumed. This shows that the composition of woolen goods made in 1880 was 108 parts of adulter ant! and 118 parts of pure wool. The causae of 1890 shows that the number of pound* of pure wool used had increased to 124,000,000, and of shoddy, cotton and other adulterants from 106,000,000 pounds in 1880 to 154,000,...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 September 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thnrsday. - • September 1, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, - Elitor and Publisher TERMS OF RUBSCRIrTION: One year, In advance 12 00 Six mouths 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., *s second class mail matter. Weekly Meteororlojfleal lleport U. S. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Wednesday, Angus' 31,1892. TEMrERATURE. 5 1 SI DATE. g » £ ' WEATIIKR. m •+ 3 • " Z H w < 2 as *_ x_ _kj Thursday.... 58 79 52 .00 Clear Friday 58.25 79 53 .00 Fair. Saturday... 57.75 71 50 .00 Fair Sunday 57.50 71 51 .00 Clear. Monday 58 t>6 54 .00 Cloudy. Tuesday 57.5 71 45 .00 Fair Wednesday.. 57.25 70 50 .00! Fair. Prevailing direction of wind during the week north and west. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. THE REPUBLICAN TICKET. The republicans have their county ticket in the field; and if the democrats expect to beat it, they must, in most cases, put up unexceptional men. In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 September 1892

IgIEF MENTION. ■ Monday will 1)6 ,abor c,av " ■ ffiia gwe * ere fl y' ng this week • ■ limine Jeffs new stock of shoes. H fnah bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. I J# cream every day at the Aberdeen I fee?' tf H Ltdue now has two billiard tablet) I iliert y° u can in( * u te o in a quiet game. ■ The mail now closes as follows: For I n»w»t,»t9:3oa. m.; for the west at I 3JOP-««». I H»w V ou examined Gus Leese's enor- I uKmf tnflf of fall suitings, just received? ■ At talmon shippers are sending I nhJshto Montana, Idaho, New York I ad ill points. I fix candies and chewing gum at Ben I June's Conquorer Cigar Store. I n«G.A. R. wound up their annual I at the beach yesterday in I i Hue of glory. I i tremendous lot of new shoes have I jut been received at Jeff's shoo store. I The Montesano took down to the I Hgaptolips Tuesday a pile-driver and a I no* load of lumber. I You will find just what you want for a I wit of clothes at Gus Leese's. tf ■ The M. E. Norwegian church on Mar- I ket atree...

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

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. "Flower in the crannied wall, I pluck you out of the crannies— Hold you here, root and all, in my hand, Little flower,—but if I could understand What you are, root and all, and all in all, I should know what God and man is." —Tennyson "The Evolution of Christianity," by Dr. Lyman Abbott, is the latest express ion of tiie advocate of the new theology. The opening sentences of the preface give a clue to the spirit in which the book is conceived and written : "We are living in a time of religious ferment. What Bhall we do? Attempt to keep the new wine in old bottles? That can only end in destroying the bottles and spilling the wine. Attempt to stop fermentation? Impossible! And if possible, the only result would be to spoil the wine. No! Put the new wine into new bottles, that both may be preserved. Spiritual ex perience is always new. It must there fore find a new expression in each age. This book'is an attempt to restate the eternal yet ever new truths o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 September 1892

ME - HERALD FROM NOW 1iNp.10,92 30 Cts. fol. vi. THE CRIME OF TAitIFF HISTORY OF INDIRECT OR "CROOKED" TAXATION. I Device to Tax the Poor—The Rich • Believed and the Poorest Compelled to Pay Tribute Out of Their Misery, lazes upon Consumption. The great crime of our tariff is that whioh is inherent in every tariff. It is the most ingenious and effective means ever devised for the plunder of the poor and the enrichment of the rich. Ido not now refer merely to direct robbery of the poor for the benefit of the rich, through so called protective and pro hibitory measures. I refer to the whole system of indirect taxatioq, which is founded upon tariffs and could not ex ist for » day without them. Indirect, or, as I always prefer to call it, crooked taxation, was invented in days when the mass of the people had, ss • famous bishop boastingly said, "nothing to do with the laws except to obey them." It owed its origin to the grasping desire of despotic governments ud their agents to extort a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 September 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - September 8, 18»2 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY by — F. R. WALL, • Editor and Publisher terms or subscription: One year, in advancc 12 00 Six months ... 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Kutered at the postoffice ut Aberdeen, Wash., •«s second class mail matter. They refus.-. to fuse—the democrats and the people's party. Would the outsider sav that Aberdeen wanted a railroad on the north Ride?. The eclipße of Mars and the convention of the people's party were occurring at the same time Saturday night. Mars was obscured by the moon and the peo ple's party ticket, complete, saw the light of day. The Hon. Charles K. Laughton was nominated by acclamation for represen tative by the Okanogan county republi cans. Luce, the nominee for lieutenant governor, was moved like a puppet by Lieutenant Governor Laughton in the first legislature. The old ring has Hung out its flag of defiance to the people of Washington this year. —Colfax Com moner. Some ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 September 1892

brief mention. St. Rose school opened Tuesday. School books at Evans & Sargent's. Examine Jeff's new stock of shoes. Fresh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Fish are running lively, and the can ary is in full blast. You will fi|id just what you want for a wi tof clothes at Gus Leese's. tf The Harrison hats need shaving, and ill will be sent to the barber's after November. 0. M. Kellogg has rented his building on F «treet to Shelley Bros, to bo used as a w*rehoußc. Tbe shingle mills have been compelled to stop running temporarily, owing to a scarcity of timber. gome excellent photographs of the eclipee of Mars by the moon were taken by Photographer P. F. Finch. Joseph Keith has bought the logging outfit of J. S. Wyman up the Wishkah, and will put in the big fellows up the river. • The survey of 21-9, upon which the irttlers have been depending for so long, has at last been rejected by the govern ment. The local sports received the news by telegraph last night that John L. Sulli van...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 September 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. *UY L. H. W. Say I'm weary, say I'm sad; Say that health and wealth have missed me; Say I'm growing old, but add— Jenny klss'd me! —Leigh Hunt. It is impossible to imagine a pleasanter collection of stories for children than the recently published volume by Mary E. Wilkins, called "Young Luoretia and Other Stories." Each story, with the exception of one fairy-talo, is based upon a single simple episode in the drama of child-life; each is the homely record of an event of deep est significance in the forming .of child character and of outwardly slight impor tance. Just the sort of experiences that men and women remember when their Latin is quite forgotten and their wed ding adversaries obliterated by the years. With a perfect knowledge of the stiff New England life of the past, a deli cately shrewd humor, a profound inti macy with childish ambitions and tempt ations, Miss Wilkins draws each of her little heroines with charming spirit and places each in a setting as i...

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