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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 September 1892

THE - HERALD FROM NOW AIM ID, 92 30 Cts. fol. VI. AMERICANS INJURED. TWO-THIRDS OF THE HOMEBTEAD STRIKERS ARE FOREIGNERS. Protection Fall* Down Everything Ameri can Except Millionaire* —"Why Wages Are Higher In the Protected Indus trie! Than In the Unprotected. The word in the English language that protectionists use oftenest is "American." They appeal to our selfish and patriotic feelings by linking to gether as often as possible "Protection" tnd "American." On a banner dis played at the Minneapolis convention by the Boston Home Market club was the following: American Wages for American Workmen! American Markets for American People! Protection for American Homes! b, then, "protection" the conservator of American workmen, markets and homes? Does it keep out foreigners who come here to compete with Ameri cans and lower wages? Does it make home markets where the American peo ple can supply themselves with goods at the lowest possible price? Does it pro tect American homes by reducing ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 September 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - September 15, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY Editor and Publidhkh TEKMfI or HVBBCKirTION: Out year, inadvanco «2 00 Wx month* . .1 00 Threa months 76 Advertising ratssou application. Entered at the poatoflice at Aberdeen, Waab., •a lecond elaaa mall matter. Someone says tlio best thing to take to prevent Cholera is a bath. Tiiekk will be an interesting fight at the democratic county convention on Saturday over the nomination (or county treasurer. The candidates are W. D. Fleet, M. U. Cochran and A. J. Kroe nert. Every voter in Chehalis county should settle with himself whether he does or does not want to help build the Seattle canal. If he does not want to build it, he should vote against McUraw and the republican platform endorsing the canal. Patrick Henry Wind-Storm opened the campaign for tho republicans last week with his Aeolian harp. Patrick Henry understands well the art of play ing upon his wind instrument, but he has only one tune. It is relate...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 September 1892

BRIEF MENTION. gchool books at Evans & Sargent's. Examine Jeff's new stock of shoes. ,|V«ch bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. • featherweight crushers at George Fiiher's. 2t. The school house is expected to be fin- early next month. the steamer City of Aberdeen is now Honing regularly between Olympia and Seattle. George Hazzard has been made chair man of the state democratic advisory com mittee. Funk Osborne brought back 125 sal mon last week, the result of one trip down the bay. Dud—At Aberdeen, on Tuesday, Sep tember 13, 1892, of paralysis, R. H. Kohler, aged, 40 years. All kinds of rubber goods and oil clothing at George Fisher's. 2t. The South Bend baseball club de feated the Cosmopoliß club on Saturday and Sund»v by scores of 14 to 5 and 13 toll. Tekoa, this state, suffered from a severe fire in the business portion of the town Tuesday. The loss was about $46,000. Today and tomorrow the I. O. G. T. will hold revival meetings in this city. Music and speeches will form part of ...

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 September 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY 1.. 11. W. TO THE OFT REJECTED MS. Back to your pigeon-hole, poor weary dove. Without even a word that is cheering; Again is rejected your story of love With politeness that's meant to be scaring. Crumpled your piuions, your freshness all gone, At your fate I'll not foolishly cavil, For, though you've met with unanimous scorn, Remember you're finished by travel. —L. H. W. "The Unseen Friend," by Lucy Lar com, is dedicated "To John Greenleaf Whittier, most beloved and most spirit ual of American poets, whose friendship has been to me almost a life-long blessing I offer this little attempt to wiite upon a great theme." This little volume of devotional read ing is one of Houghton, Mifflin's very successful pieces of book making. The fair white cover, with its simple gold em bellishments, suggests a piece of church embroidery. The bock itself is largely built of poetic and prose selections from such writers as Faber, Phillips Brooks, Max Muller and many others equal...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 September 1892

THE ■ HERALD FROM NQW WNbt.10,92 30Cts. fol. VL advances in wages. Investigation shows that they are reductions instead. I Intent Industry" of the HeKlnUy I FioUotlve Tarimtes, Which Consists of '■pa&etnrlng Campaign Material Out i af tks Whole Cloth. v The Tariff Reform club has compiled i list of about 500 wage reductions which itre occurred in protected industries bee the McKinley tariff act began to mm business and raise wages. The roteetionists last spring thought it tun to begin to demonstrate the good Act upon wages of their panacea for •Bills and they published what pur korted to be a list of twenty-seven pro- Meted firms which have raised wages moe October, 1890. The American Economist has published this same list ptrtrtl times and refers to it nearly tntj week with pride. It has been UpM and recopied in thousands of Re jmblican papers. After Senator Aldrleh tad The American Economist had criti cised the list of 500 wage reductions be cause there appeared to be several ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 September 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thnrsday. - - September 22, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - Editor and Publishkk TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oac year, iu advance 12 00 81* months 1 00 Three months . 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., <a second class mail matter. THE TICKET. The tickets of the three parties are now in the field, and the voter is exercising liis mind as to what individuals on the different county tickets will receive his vote. In reaching a decision, he will be governed largely by his local interests, personal knowledge of the candidates' abilities and their connection with or freedom from existing combinations. The objection that the Hebald has to find with the Peoples' party candidates are that they are, with very few ex ceptions, so little known. The objections to the Democratic and Republican tickets are that the Democrats from the eastern end of the county hogged everything in their convention and the Republicans from th...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 September 1892

lOOCRATIC CONVENTION. ftc Eastern End of the County Carries Home the Spoils. by Franklin K. Lane, of the Taooma News, and L. C. Gillman, of Seattle. The Democracy of Chehalis county as gembled in convention in Aberdeen last Saturday night and named its candidates for office. The convention differed in otneiwtial respect from any other dem oßttic convention ever held in Chehalis county. Never before in the history of thiicoanty has there been such a healthy rivalry '* t ' ie different offices.* So (gen before the nominations have gone \ ingoing; but times have changed for the better. The convention assembled in the ftlace theater and organized by electing f, D. Arnold of Hoquiam, temporary chairman and Mr. Redfield, of Ocosta, temporary secretary. A. J. West, of Aberdeen, was made permanent chair- Mi »nd W. J. Starr, of Montesano, permanent secretary. Mr. Redfield was I Bade assistant secretary. After adopting the report of the com mittee on resolutions, the report on order of holine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 September 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. When the flush of ft new-born sun fell first on Eden's green and gold. Our father Adam sat under the tree and scratched with a stick in the mold. And the first rude sketch that the world had seen was )oy to the mighty heart. Till the Devil whispered behind the leaves, "Its pretty, but is it Art?" —Rudyard Kipling. The September number of Lippincott's is also a "Californiaii Number," and is composed almost eutirely of matter con tributed by writers from this coast. •'The. Dooms woman," by Gertrude Atherton, the California novelist, is the complete novelette of the number; it is more profusely and better illustrated than is usual in this magazine. The story bears evidence of intelligent study of the social and domestic life of Cali fornia, under the Spanish rule, and shows a good instinct for color and incident. The material is excellent and the tieat-j ment in places spirited; but as a work of art the story is hopelessly marred by a slovenly style and an...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 September 1892

; THE ■ HERALD FROM NOW ! HN0t.10.92 25 Cts. fol. VI. OUR POCKETKNIVES. extra duty has been obtained BY MISREPRESENTATION. The Prtde of Protectionists—Both the Manufacturers and the Employees Are Foreigners—How the Trust lias liaised Prices and Robbed the Americans. Perhaps there is no industry of much importance that shows the stimulating effects of McKinleyism more than the manufacture of pocket cutlery. And there is no industry to which the pro tectionist can and does point with more pride. The act of 1890 increased the duty from 50 per cent, to from 70 to over 100 per cent. It is now the claim of protectionists, and it is being heralded far and wide, that this industry, which was dying under a 50 per cent, stimulus, has been so built up by McKinley that wages have been advanced 10 per cent, of the twenty-four factories in this country. Prices of knives also have been advanced; but this is a secondary matter with protectionists, the essential idea being to start new industries he...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 September 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. - - September 29, 1892 IBHUED EVERY THURSDAY BT F. R. WALL, • Editor and Publisher TERMS or subscription: Oneyear, In advance 12 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., is second class mall matter. COUNTY POLITICS. Dickens made one of his heroes, who was fleeing over the seas from a too ardent lady love, close the letter announc ing his flight after this fashion: ' Amid the tempestuous howling of the sailors, Unalterably never yours," So the independent voter of Chelialis county, listening to the tempestuous howling of party strife, as it grows louder and louder, Bays to the blatant partisan "I am unalterably never yours; what is it to me whether the man who makes my abstract, assesses my property, or charges up the costs in my litigation believes in free trade, tariff reform or the McKinley bill? It is more to me that the commis sioners should know how to build roads than to be Bhr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 September 1892

BRIEF MENTION. The shingle man is after cedar. School books at Evans & Sargent's. Examine Jeff's new stock of shoes. » If you want to vote you must register.* i't Freeh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. William Miner is refitting the steamer Chicago. Featherweight crushers at George FWier's. 2t. Victoria, B. C. has voted the Northern Pacific railroad a bonus of $300,000. |j£ Kgf A tremendous lot of new shoes have pt been received at Jeff's shoe store. T. F. Haynes has bought the milk loata and business of Mrs. 8. Phelps. " A new line of tinware just received. Get our prices. A. C. Willky * The contract for building three miles of the Wishkah road was let Monday for $8000. About seventy-five passengers crossed over on the steamer Herald Monday Morning. The heavy freshets of last week brought over three million feet of logs into the Wishkah river. It ia understood that W. B. McGerry will make the run for the legislature on the Democratic ticket. The date of the Carleton social at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 September 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. Margaret Deland's 'jew serial, "The Story of a Child," opens with a long in stallment in the September number of the Atlantic Monthly. A thoughtful writer has pointed out the fact that the name is unhappily chosen, not only be cause Pierre Loti has recoutly published a book o( almost identical title, but prin cipally because many readers will be de terred from attempting the story by the idea that it was written for children ; and many unfortQnate children willbedeeply disgusted at the metaphysical subtleties of a story empathically not written for them. The sensations of a normal child in trying to discover where the story of "The Story ot a Child" comes in would be very like those of the little girl who tried to find a "nice" book in her grand father's library. After standing for a long time before the heavy bookcases, crammed with theological and mathemat ical books, she at last saw a promising title, almost out of reach. "Comic Se lections," she rea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 October 1892

I THE • HERALD FROM NOW *10,92 25 Cts. fol. VI. CREDULOUS MR. PECK RIDICULOUS report of the new YORK LABOR COMMISSIONER. Protected Manufacturers Concoct Thell Own Statistics and Peck Vies Them. Fallacious Reasoning, Illogical Conclu sions and Grave Misconceptions. What is this report of Labor Commis sioner Charles F. Peck, of New York, which President Harrison is quoting and about which the Republicans are making M much fuss as if it were the only really valuable piece of campaign material that they have got hold of this year? 1. What did Mr. Peck attempt to show? 2. What did he think would show this? 3. How did he obtain the required in formation? 4. What figures or facts did he obtain? 5. What do and do not these figures prove? First —Mr. Peck attempted to show "the effect of the tariff on labor and wages," in order that voters might know whether a "protective tariff" or a "tariff for revenue only" is to be preferred. Second—He evidently assumed and thought that increased producti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 October 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - October G, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, *. Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance <2 00 Six months > 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., si second class mall matter. REVIEW OF STATE POLITICS. A BRIEF RESUME OF SOME OF THE SCAN DALS WHICH nAVE ATTACHED TO THE LEGISLATURE, THE EXECUTIVE DEPART MENTS AND COMMISSIONS —FACTS FOR HONEST VOTERS. State Department. The historic "I am the state" might be applied to the present executive of the state of Washington, if he be measured by his own standard, for his very act seems to be an additional expression of his belief in his gubernatoiial supremacy. Mind, I say "if he be measured by his own standard," for the conclusion of a disinterested observer would be far from rating him as a strong executive. Not that he does not possess personal qualities of strength, hut his position as a favorite of the corpo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 October 1892

brief mention. Examine Jeff's new stock of shoes. | fl you want to vote you must register.* Jteeh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. g. W. Day, of Victoria, B. C., was in to«n Tuesday. George 11. Emerson, of Iloquiam, was in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. 11. 11. Carter were in town Monday night. g, H. Maynard and family left Tuesday morning for Yaquina City, Or. 0. M. Kellogg returned from a short trip to the Sound Monday night. 1. tremendous lot of new shoes have jußtbeen received at Jeff's shoe store. Beaver Bros, brought down a raft of (s4*l Wednesday to Sears' shingle mill. Fine shoes for ladies, misses and chil dren, at bedrock prices, at M. E. Gray's. Joseph Woods, of Wynooclie, was in town Friday, shaking hands with lus old friends. Every purchase entitles a customer to schanco in the cash prize diawing at the Cash store. Miss Essie Cullen, of Olympia, arrived in the city Tuesday to visit her many friends here. A party in honor of W. B. Paino and wife is to be given on Friday evenin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 October 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BV L. H. W. The following is clipped from a long arti ste on John Greenleaf Whittier, published in the Evening Post: "The house in which he lived was at firet, perhaps, the most modest ever oc cupied by a New England poet. It was origindly a one story cottage on a street appropriately named Friend .street, but the house gradually underwent various changes, the most important of which was a room added to the poet's study aud called the "garden room." This room was for many years the general meeting place of tbe family. It looked into the garden, but not much.further. The book shelves were plain and open and were tolerably well filled, largely with gifts from friends or publishers. There were but few pictures, and there was that crowning attraction—a great open Frank lin stove with a Wood fire, always watch fully attended by the poet himself. No one who ever visited Mr. Whittier at this house can forget the poet's hearty greet ing, his grasp of tbe Band, his hurried ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 October 1892

THE - HERALD FROM NOW MM,9/1 25 Cts. Vol. VII. WAGES BREAK JUUWN. SUDDEN DISAPPEARANCE OF A LIST OF BOGUS WAGE ADVANCES. IHTtMlfiUon Proves That Pretended In crease In Protected Industries Had No 'Foundation In Fact—Protectionists At-' tempt to Hoodwink Waje Earners. The World published several week ' ago a compilation of 500 strikes, loc' ( ®nt» and wage reductions in protect* industries. Immediately the tots seat out orders for quick return' J' 1 ' Increases of wages, and the land of Marched from one end to the other/ VBS At length returns from twenty/, establishments were received prit/®!? to show that wages had been ir/ udm ? in them under the MoKinley ta A On its face the showing could »/? to be satisfactory, bat Mr. Johifl Warner has examined the be/ and has found thateven it e/^ liat the benefits Of the McKinley ia KK erat f 6 / W«ge earners. , act to the * In the first item "aag/ just before the passt"" *'" B^own that Mil wages in the et- * e of the McKi » le y reduced twent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 October 1892

7 Herald. J - "• / - - VJ, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURS. Y BY F. R. WALL, - - Editor L. H. WALL, [ ODn»m»WAn D F. R. WALL. Proprietors tb*<v IpscßirTios: Oneyear.lnadvanTSßL 12 00 Bix months ** 1 00 Three months . .. 75 Advertising rates OiJp^mFaßou. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., >s second class mail matter. IN BLACK AND WHITE. George W. Stinson, in a report made to the executive committee of the Peo ples' party, gives these among other in teresting figures: Warrants issued in favor of the county commissioners, from January 1, 1891, to September 26, 1892, $6268, as follows: Beck, $1617; Starr, $2026; Gillies, $1625. In the matter of negotiating our county funding bonds I find warrant No. 554, dated December 4, 1891, drawn on the county treasury for the sum of $4250 in payment to Alonzo Elliott, for commis sion for negotiating our tunding bonds. I also find a warrant drawn in favor of W. J. Starr, for $359 in payment of traveling expinses in negotiating our funding b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 October 1892

BRIEF MENTION. Examine Jeff's new stock of shoes. If you want to vote you must register.* Fresh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Ladies try those warranted kid gloves at M. E. Grays. With this volume the Herald begins its seventh year. The steamer Alliance is expected in to day and the Point Loma tomorrow. Underwear from the cheapest to the dearest at Fisher's clothing store. * You can't vote for president if you do not register on or before October 28. A few choice house plants, rose and berry bushes for sale. Mrs. J. A. Iloon. Born —In Aberdeen, on Friday, Oct. 7, 1892, to the wife of J. C. Hogan, a girl. Politics are running high, but piices are low at Fisher's on all wet weather goods. * Born —Wednesday, October 5, to the wife of James Beckey, a girl weighing ten and one-half pounds. And endless variety of latest styles and best quality dress goods, at lowest prices, at M. E. Gray's. Today is the day set for opening' the bids in Portland for doing the work of improving Grays Harb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 October 1892

WITH VEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. •'Main Travelled Road," By Ilamlin Garland, a collection of "Six Mississippi Valley Stories," has nothing in common with the usual volume of magazine stories harvested frdrn scattering fields into one sheaf. An ymtaestness of puiposo and intensity of ctfii. tfition runs through these histories of the of farm life that reads rather as a fierce indict ment against human society for its cruel inequalities, than as fiction proper. Mr. Garland bears traits both of the political agitator and the revival preacher in his methods of hammering home his convic tion of the brutal injustice of a world in which one man lives in a land of fair de light while his brother —the same save for environment—plods his life away at the tail of a plough—a life unlit by art, unrelieved by recreation, common, sordid, hideous. Like the revivalist who paints the horrors of hell to scare his hearers into a better world, Mr. Garland depends somewhat upon his imagination for his effec...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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