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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 October 1892

01. VII. [ATS OFF TO THE FAIR. 'he Great Building Used for the Dedicatory Ceremonies. [HE MOST GLORIOUS SUCCESS. Record of rrogrua and Achievement Carefully Written and Compiled and Embellished with Accurate Pictured Furnished by The Illustrated World's Fair —An Exact Statement of How the Great Work Is Going On. tats copyrighted by Illustrated World's Fair, 1302.] Fonr hundred years after the day on hich Columbus first saw land in the ew World—to wit, on Oct. 21,1892 —at iast 125,000 people will assemble in the reat hall of the Manufactures and iberal Arts building at Chicago, and )0 imposing ceremonies of national and ucial dedication will take place. It ill indeed be a memorable day, the •ondest in the history of Chicago. It ill bo preceded by an introductory day 1 street parades and followed by a day ' festivities and rejoicing—three days r display outdoing by far everything eretofore witnessed on this continent. The audience itself will be historic, resident and cabinet, members...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 October 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - October 20,, r 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, - - Editor I l '. WALL.' ! Proprietors TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oaeycar, inftdvancc . r j. *2 00 Six mouths "" 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., is second class mail matter. « OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. On Thursday of last week the people of I Aberdeen, Hoquiam and Costnopolis, without regard to political faith, came to Abeideen to listen to the address of the Republican candidate for governor, John H. McGraw. McGraw was given an op portunity that is offered but seldom to any man. Had he been the man for the occassion he would have added strength to his cause and that of the Republican party. At the beginning of his talk, his audience were sympathetic and ready to enthuse at the slightest touch of warmth or expression of sincerity. At the close, they were disheartened and bored. They had listened to a tiresone statement of state finances,...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 October 1892

BRIEF MENTION. , Stevenson's camp shut down last week. If you want to vote you must register.* Fresh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Body fir and spruce limbs taken on subscription. * The Catholics are already getting ma terial for their fair. Democratic rally at the Acme opera house to-morrow night. The Wishkah literary society started up Saturday, October 16th. The Point Loma expects to sail for 'Frisco to-day or to-morrow. You can't vote for president if you do not register on or before October 28. Underwear from the cheapest to the dearest at Fisher's clothing store. * A few choice house plants, rose and berry bushes for sale. Mrs. J. A. Hood. Fathers Deichman and Lindner have gone to South Bend to open a Catholic mission. The Aberdeen base ball club knocked out Cosmopolis last Sunday to the tune of 12 to 5. An International typewriter for sale, (.an be taken on one week's trial. Apply at this office. * J. J. Carney and W. B. McGerry held a rousing democratic meeting in Ocosta W...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 October 1892

WITH PEN AND iNSfc. y* BY L. ii. w. Magazine notes. The October number of Scribner's magazine is as Bparkling and inspiring as the tonic month itself in the city of the magazine's birth. The opening article, by H. C. Bunner, "The Making of a White City," illustrates the importance to this sort of subject of good spirited treatment. An article on the buildings of the World's fair might eo oasily have been a dull statistical affair, without form and void. At the close of this arlicle, in speaking of the difficulty of an outsider un dertaking an account ot this vast enter prise, Bunner uses one of his illumining similes; he says, "It has been a pleasant but a trying task, and how'full it has been of temptations to error and to ex aggeration can only, I thiuk, be under stood by the man, who, as a boy, has peered through a hole in the circus tent, and whispered to his wide-eyed compan ions a fragmentary and hurried account of the dazzling show in process of prepar ation." The statistics,...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 October 1892

IVOTE FOR ROVER CLEVELAND. HONEST TOM CARROLL. HARRY SUTTON. JIM LYONS. JOE GRAHAM. J. C. CROSS. JACK LEWIS. \\. B. OGDEN. O. COY. L. E. MAHAFFY. J. O. WILSON. PETER AUTZEN. 01. VII. Kinder a cloud Iharges Made Against H. J; Snively, Democratic Candidate for Govern or, and His Answer Thereto. ■ET US HAVE MORE LIGHT. ■ Last Saturday the Post-Intelligencer of Seattle published serioas charges against Hi. J. Snively, the Democratic candidate Hor governor, and published what pur- Horted to be affidavits and statements in Hupport of these charges. ■ We give the affidavit and statement are most serious, together with Mr. answer. H mrs. fallon's affidavit. H I am 52 years of age, and the widow of J. Fallon and reside at Hh-afton, Taylor county, W. Va. My Husband died during the year 1880, leav- Hig fi ye orphan children, named respec- Hvely Margaret Fallon, Sarah Fallon, Fallon, Mary Fallon and John Hi. Fallon. When their father died there Hras left to each of the children an estate money ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 October 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - October 27, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY . F. R. WALL, ... Editor F. R.' WALL.' \ Proprietors terms or subscription: One year, In advance *2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. DISSIPATE THE CLOUDS. The charges against H. J. Snively, Democratic candidate for governor, and his answers thereto, are printed elsewhere in the Herald. There are many who can not, under any circumstances, vote for John H. McGraw, but who must have more specific answers from H. J. Snively be fore deciding whether they will cast their, vote for him or the People's Party can didate. We believe Mr. Snively will answer these questions next Monday, when he Bpeaks in Aberdeen, in such a manner that the attack upon him will make votes for him instead of against him. Mr. Snively, in your address on Mon day, do not leave those who want to vote for you in doubt on the following po...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 October 1892

BRIEF MENTION. If you want to vote you must register.* Fresh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. The Cosmopolitans did not put in an ppearance Sunday for the ball game, i The big mill started up Monday for a ivo months steady run, it is said. The Democratic club held an interest lg meeting at the Palace theater last ight. Jack Wilderboro has moved his fruit »re to Heron street, in the Crummey uilding. Over 530 voters have been registered ,r the Aberdeen and East Aberdeen recincts. The city council met last night, but leir time was altogether taken up with [lowing bills. Are you doing your share of bragging bout this fine weather? You may never ave another chance. Sweet are the uses of adversity, but the erfumeß at W. B. Paine & Co.'s are far «veeter and more agreeable. The Congregational social and enter linment last Saturday night was well ;tended and was a great success. The Willapa came in Tuesday. She as delayed in Astoria by the propellor Btting loose. She had to be run upon le...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 October 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. ITLIV. "Van Bibber and Others," the latest, collection of Richard Harding Davis's magazine stories w published by Harper Brothers. The first and be*t story of the collection, "Her First Appearance," is illustrated by the friend of Davis, C. D. Gibson, whose delightful fall-page car toons ia Life made him generally known several yean ago. There is the same quality of chic modernity in the work of each o( these clever young men, that, somehow, in its precocious completeness suggests limitation within rather narrow domains. After reading these stories of Van Bibber, one no more expects any thing greater than well-bred cleverness of Davis than of bis chosen hero. It ia not that the stories are not, in the main, bet ter than the usual magazine story, they are unquestionably brighter and more readable, but be and many less success ful writers are of the game brood. There ia no chance that Richard Harding Davis ia the ugly duckling who will develope into an exquisite swan...

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

A VOTE FOR JOHN H. M'GRAW is a vote against. Grays Harbor A. vote for *Cochran* and Jim Gillies is a vote for the Old County Govern ment. ■Vol. VII. BNIVELY SPEAKS STo Political or Other Gathering on Grays Harbor Ever Equaled This One In Numbers. —The Issues of the Day Thoroughly Discussed From a Business Point of View. ■IIS ANSWER TO P.I-.'s CHARGES Almost all of the voting population of Chehalis county poured into Aberdeen Monday night to listen to the speech of H. 1. Snively, Democratic candidate for gov irnor. The boats from the various towns loured out their cargo of human freight ind the Democratic clubs of Chehalis (ounty formed in column on F street irith Dr. Grant Kinnison and Captain Dick on horseback, at the head, and the >ands of Montesano, Cosmopolis and Aberdeen in place. All along the line .he brilliant torches flared, lighting up with the brightness of noonday such nottos as "Vote the County Ticket Straight," "The Peoples' Party is the Friend of Democracy," and po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 November 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. - - November 3, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - ... Editor Kb." WALL.' j Proprietors TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: One year. In advance . 12 00 Six month* 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., at second class mail matter. FOR GOVERNOR. Converts, it is said, are the most rabid advocates of their cause. The Herald was almost, if not altogether, persuaded of the partial truth of the charges against H. J. Snively, democratic can didate for governor. The case against him was made up before any defense could be put in. The evidence in his favor is now beginning to come out from West Virginia. We print it in full up to date elsewhere. It should be read carefully by every voter before he casts his vote Tuesday. Up to last night, be fore the affidavits of John T. McGraw and Mrs. Mary E. Fallon were published, Mr. Snively was under a cloud. This last evidence, which is printed elsewhere, clears away...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 November 1892

BRIEF MENTION. At Hoquiam. Friday Night. Honest Tom Carroll. Chicken pie at the IXL at 6 o'clock, Nov. 8. Dancing school Friday night at Koeh ler's hall. The rainy weather costume is both sensible and becoming. Go to the IXL for your 6 o'clockjdinner on election day, November 8. The barkentine Courtenay Ford was towed up to Cosmopolis yesterday. The new postal card with a paid reply has been placed on sale in all first-class offices. The barkentine Catherine Sudden came in Saturday and is leading at the Weath erwax mill. The Standard oil company are, wo hear, urging the Northern Pacific to build its road on this side. Rubber goods, ladies' and children's shoes (all sizes), way below cost at Geo. H. Keith & Co.'s. Diei>—At Aberdeen. Nov. 2, Ottilia, wife of Peter E. Anderson, of unemic covulsions. Aged 31 years. Cure for Colds, Fevers and General De bility, Small Bile Beans. 25c. per bottle. The steamer Point Loraa came in Tues day, bringing a large general cargo and some mate...

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

WITH PEN ASD DTK. rr j_ m. w. Two beaotifol at* edhio&i of J. X. Eurit'i no*tl, "Tbe little Mitiiier,'" . are aoaosztcmfi by Leveii, Corjtß & Co. to be booty! in veiium and gold and illiatnM villi ei'/oaite Bar rie Km been advancing Meadflr in public fa»*. The* two edition* iwxd tinrol tMMsrir by one firm, hi« inciwi ing popularity. His IM book, "The Little Micieter." ha* nacb in common with hie delightful"Window io Thnrm*," j aryi yet tbe books are different enough to aet one wondering if tbe young writer Bixj not be trying bin ttrengtb in various > direction* to be wire bow be can nee it to' bent purpose. "Tbe little Minister 5 " contain* infinitely more plot and action than the other etorr, and would bold tbe attention a* a abory even if it were lew admirably told; whereas, tbe whole charm of "A Window inTbonns," is doe i to the delicate pathoe, tbe tender manli neae, and the fine humor of Barrie's in di vidua! style. More reader* will be won ■by "The little Minister,"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 November 1892

YOU MAY DIFFER IN OPIN ion from the Herald: That's the Herald's misfortune; not your fault. Remember how the old Quaker expressed to his wife his opinion of the rest of the world: "All the world is a little Iqueer, except thee and me—and Vol. VII. TRIUMPHANT DEMOCRACY From North to South, East to West rleveland and Stevenson Marched to Victory Undei the Banner of Tariff Reform. THE VOTE BY STATES. Indications From This State Are that Snively Is a Winner. The following table is based on the latest Eastern dispatch at 1 p. m. today. It says: "The very latest returns place Illinois, Ohio, Wisconsin and Indiana in the Cleveland column. Kansas goes to Weaver. The result in California is still in doubt, but both parties claim the state. Electoral States. Vote, 1892. Dem. Rep. Pop. Alabama 11 Arkansas 8 California 9 Colorado 4 Connecticut 0 Delaware 3 Florida 4 Georgia 13 Idaho 3 Illinois 24 Indiana 15 lowa 13 Kansas 10 Kentucky 13 Louisiana 8 Maine (5 Mar> land 9 Massachusetts 15 Michi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 November 1892

Aberdeen Keraid. Thursday. - - fii®- ember 10, IH»£ itWUEii KVKHY IHUIiSDAY -H Y r, a. v\ At!-, JsnuiiuK K " wall: > R**wmW Xk.Ku.it or BUB»cßu'Tia*i: Ou>; m (Kjvuucr f; 0U Six month- I On Thiee utouth- <5 Aii.vrlitiui', itUaMi upplic»Ui,ii Kuteied Uit jMMUffiicc »t Aberdeen. Wiu): , n iccuud clius mail JUWUI THE RETURN TO RACE. Again the people of the United f«late* haye, bv an overwhelming voice, es preseed their confidence in Grower Cleve land. Five year* ago Cleveland's WriH message was five year* in advance of the auute of the people. Alter lour years- of republican guvoiumeut aud the tariff of McKinley, the people iiave cast aside for Cleveland tbe man tbe.v cboee in bit stead. Tliey have Men ilia! Cleveland wan wisei than tbev could kuo» . TUe producer* and tbe heads of families have lew lied to appreciate, through dire ex pedience. tbe wisdom and foresight of tbe wan who war brave enough to tell them what tbey needed before they realised their own pressing necessiti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 November 1892

5 ARE WINNERS 'Herald" Ticket Has More Can utes Elected Than Any Other mty Ticket in the Field, Except Straight Republican. LAUGH ON THE OTHERS won aa the county nominees of all b were in, the Herald printed the ing as the best men to vote (or for f offices: "a noon county ticket." erior Judge—Mason Irwin. litor —H. M. Sutton. riff—J. A. Graham. lmissioners —O. Cov, J. O. Wilson, Antzen. isurer—J. G. Lewis. •k—J. E. Lyons. Bssor —W. B. Ogden. erintendent of Schools —L. E. ar y . sriiey—J. C. Cross. veyor—F. G. Hunt. oner —M. R. Stapp. sckmaster—Steven Grover. i ticket was derided by the partisans parties, and the Herald was rely advised to start a fourth party, tld parties were advised not to 1 about nominating conventions, leave the entire matter with the ld to be a member of a fourth that today is the controlling party lelialis county—the Party of Inde ince. If you don't belive it com- Ihe COUNTY TICKET ELECTED. »rior Judge—Mason Irwin. litor —G. W. Boyington. nmissioners —J. O. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 November 1892

WITH PES AJfD DTK ST I I. 1 Tte ItM ad&iw to Hoqghton Mif flin'* W-LVjf .%#«■ m * Sittie volant bound is light (m» lines, tahcj a in* erf dttk piae upon itc »nr It is '-sited "IU Way," ml » vrfttes by Bra.-y .nd Tomer, (1m boianita and ornUhdo&M Mr. Turrey isookwge* a f/.ag nut, and there » K<Ktfaio| is tbe ieimelT garraiiSy hi* opwsj tloflm that i* KtgMitt of tmotd mas •ho will teiJ !;» «wt in his own ht or not at ail. Vmde Kernes should hare taught impatient youngsters, by this tiannr, that these are the very narrative* worth waiting lor. When Mr. Torrey g*te two chapters away from tbs begin* to record actual obervations in the bird-world bis book* become r«r inter esting, and the listens* ooee awakened never flag*. One erf the mort tfri king chapters in the book i# "Tbe ttoost." in which is described tbe collect ing oi robins for miles around into cne particular wood where they «jeo4 the nights together, the tree* heavy with feathered frail. 5o explanation is given of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 November 1892

■H F you have a good thing ■[ that you wish to sell, there is only one Sover- Bgn American way to do —advertise it well in the The Herald Has Three Good Things to Hll that it proposes to ad- 01. VII. I SCIENTIFIC RECREATION. pstertou* Phenomena of the Soap Bubble Beautifully Illustrated. A common soap bubble illustrates in a ost beautiful manner many important lentiflo principles, and even now all the tenomena presented by these Alms of soap id water are not clearly understood, per ips least of all why a solution of soap ould possess this property of forming ibbles to such a high degree. Popular lience News describes as follows some etty experiments (originally illustrated La Nature) which may be performed in e way of bubble blowing. I PIG I—EXPERIMENT IN BUBBLE BLOWING. The ordinary solutions of soap and water re of very little use for these purposes, as le bubbles last only a few minutes and reak at the slightest touch. The best quid is a solution in water of pure oleate ' soda, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 November 1892

Aberdeen H»erai<L - - strumtor '7. iPK is«jn3J rrxaiT mnsH'tr r Jt SIU. - Ont I " jut; J >■■■■■■ as -tin ar nnwcEirn!>r »M !-«. Xltiras „ C « •lx mitvrJa 1 M TI"W nronrtftt Ti atfrtrajuinr Attn K^iicaOita; £ir*ertr« « Ac |aMAit id tt»eru«et. Wast •• «wtC e:w na:: mat? Tax cbaraec are again* - . senator A' ieu , mjcxweduig tdiLiwii l« t» try for a tbo<n>agfe3y peojde's t>>_i«t lor city 'jfiiots? me.rt myuU.. It is possible » baie a raiijoao as tius »de, 'jr it if poastUe ixA to kare «ne. Lt *11 rwtuaiit »j#£s tbe baracw 3«i Abwkts. Wludb 4» tkr ti>sjutt'' Tax *<X«-r» riucwid Rm»W tb»t ail of tfaf pelitiotDi promised to reform tbe <Je-jjt«iaent tax lav. T<* aext ieciebt t ore fcbyaid be beid to a Strict t'tranu bilitr for Uiif ytomint. Turn it is some talk of tbe orgasiza tMO of a btusinaHt uea'i dab Lere. He Huiui believe* if tbe u»eti «o desire tber ooel<i get in u4 b*lw the Aberdeen Oaaba «i Commerce a j born minx business mm'* dab. hu. credit sb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 November 1892

ftIEF MENTION. bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. children have been born in so far this year. H for Welnhard's Laser Beer and never regret It. Harrison has set aside Thurs- 24th, for Thanksgiving K Day was laet week badly cut in while working at one of the mills. amateurs expect to divert.the pub ■l, "Meg's Diversion" at the o|»era H pile-driver has been at work on the this week driving piles for Bros. ■ city marshall reports thirty-five H of imprisonment in the city jail 1, 1892. N. Mears, traveling passenger the Northern Pacific, is on the on a business tour. has been circulated in the country for a county road Push to Grays Harbor. fir and spruce limbs taken on and Btate taxes can be paid first of next month. If you pay you get 3 per cent rebate. Increase appetite, purify the whole ■m and act on the liver. Bile Beans SmaU, Arnold and John McNamara were justices of the peace, and Wm, H. Dillon, constables, in this stove for sale cheap at Collector Bolcom cleared this ■ for Jose, Gua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 November 1892

PIONEERING. YESTERDAY AND TO-DAY. 'Ixskuc Herrtci Wall in Xortkwess Vwti.rf Goipg West fif:y years ago meant '.rav eling in a (arm wagon by weary stages into the wilderness of far Illinois. Liv ing on the frontier involved a life of hard ship of * liich there is now bo counterpart; a life whose heroism must be nourished by a year-long round of exit |mrk. turnips ard potatoes, in a land of bard water, lye soap and bare, wind-racked cabins. Lincoln sjient a vt-ai of his boyhood in the West in a shed with one side open to the weather To the colonist who came from the East, from a civilization in all essentials as far advanced as that of to day, it is almost inconceivable what most have been this plunge into barbarism. Tliey suddenly found themselves con fronted with the alternative of making shoes or going bare foot; of wearing ill tanned buckskin jerkins or fig leaves; of living upon earthen floors in windowleas hots or dying in the underbrush—these were the vital questions of the day...

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