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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 February 1893

KIEF MENTION. ednesday, February 22, Firemen's Masquerade Ball, urt met Monday. ho sent yon that valentine? e poverty soshal was a great success, rgains for 30 days at Jeff's Shoestore tiooner Annie Gee was towed to Cos >lia Wednesday. 100 l began Monday, alter the shut caused by the snow. »ted pineapple and strawberries at hell's. 3. Lewis came down from the county Saturday and staid over Sunday, sre ». ill be a railroad meeting at the [ of trade next Saturday evening. >Ms neat and clean at the Pacific. * in —In Aberdeen on Friday, Feb. 193, to the wife of H. O'Dell, a girl. »n —In Aberdeen on Friday, Feb 893, to the wife of R. A. Ewing, a ih vaccine virus received daily by , Veser. * lember the citizens meeting at of Trade rooms on Saturday eveu »w passenger car has been put oil rthern Pacific between here and lity. ,ns Tabules : for sour stomach, loner Webfoot arrived Thursday Dg and will load lumber at Wilson nill. onery and blank hooks —all grades, ds, all sizes—W. B. Pai...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 February 1893

WITH PEN AND INK. ■t l. a. w. MAGAZISE .NOTES. The Atlantic for February contains an admirable short story called, "Alex Randall's Conversion," oy Margaret Collier Graham. In reading this story and recognizing the delicate mastery of the writer in making her points, unequiv ocally and yet subtly, one wonders that in this land of blatant praise a writer can be mistress of this art and yet bear a name so little known as Margaret Collier Graham's. "Books and Reading in Iceland,"gives mnch curious information on this oot-of the-wav subject. It would be interesting to know how large an edition of the ar ticle will be translated into Icelandic. The advance sheets of the Atlantic an nounced this as one of the best magazines that they had published, but it is safe to assert that by one reader it will not be enjoved. Mrs. van Rensselaer's recent volume •jo "English Cathedrals" is very thoroughly criticised and a great many •rrors revealed in her more sweeping statements concerning the histor...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 February 1893

|>l. VII. ■ COPPER l^fr pit K QUA^ANT^ED. K address: san francisco, cal. lAUGURATION DAYS. toric Notes Apropos to the loming Event of March 4. rrinht, 1893, by American Press Asaocin tion.] ere is an old story to the effect that amin Franklin selected the 4th of :b for inauguration (lay because in the next two centuries it would fall on Sunday less often ( than any other day in the year, and this statement has crept into a few works meant to be historical. It is, how j. ever, but one of the many ■ cases, like those of Niobt and Lot's wife, in which a > null uwu on iiv, iu iiuiui o i hinoton. remarkable and interesting ' ms gradually given rise to a legend to I int for the fact. It is a pleasing story. j here is no proof of it whatever, and i is almost conclusive proof to the con a certain that Franklin bothered him very little about the distinction b& ; n sacred and secular days, and disre- ! id it altogether in his life; that the conven >f 1757 did not fix the and in f...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 February 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - February 23, 1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, Editos and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, ill advance *2 00 tlx months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. F.ntered at the postotrioe at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. A> forty-cent lumber rate, $60,000 wo:th of Haibor improvements, and a $75,000 lighthouse will make times on the Harbor worth talking ab«ut. A Washington mill man says his mill cut 8,000,000 feet of lumber in 1892 and 3,000,0. K) feet of sawdust. He won't cut as much dust in 1893 for he will put in a band mill, but hopes to have mora dust in his pocket.—West Coast Lumberman. Refer to the pictures of the presidents printed on the first page, and you will see that none of them, until Grant, wore any moustache or beard upon their chins. Every one from that time wore a full beard and moustache, except Cleveland and he keeps a stiff upper lip. A tribe in Africa requires its public speaker...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 February 1893

m MENTION. I Hie inauguration bull. daily at Aberdeen Bakery, on was down on business IBinian made a trip up the ■ V ° nemaker left Tuesday for a Itid. ■titles cure dizziness. I Tra;-k came down from ■tsday. ■Forrest Bell left Monday ■coma. In of groceries arrived fur last week. ■Tush left, for Olympia ves- Bfcr husband. »tlie mngt wliiik'Kome Beer Bent or elftewhere. ndry turned out this week a ■the Slade mill. B, of Olympia, was visiting ■city this week. B came in Saturday, as did, ner Point Loma. ■ion Pacific and vis.it Salt ■ Denver enroute. * nil Aberdeen is beginning Sable commodity. Kaufman, who lias been up ■ returned last week. ■wntch-slmped bottles, lugMt ■le UeitDS. Se6c. par buttle. ■argent came down from ■ a short visit Tuesday. ■r Webfoot arrived iu last ■lading at Wilson Bros, ft the general fund, city or It. Apply at this office, tf ■' the Sears shingle mill, ftr this week from Tacoma. Bk at the Pioneer Dairy, if B milk and good measure. * Br Chehalis was running in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 February 1893

WITH PEN AMD IXK. »T l. » ». Houghfoo, Mifflin A Co. Lave issued a eontprakasfifeee to tbe pretty green silk volume of Lowell's ''Latest Essays," re viewed v/rne month* ago in this column; tbe new volume, bound in red silk bot 'Aberwise uniform wish it, is entitled, "The Old English Dramatists." It .s composed of si* lectures originally de livered at tbe Lowell Institute, Boston, | in tbe spring of Y*Xi, and which have re cently appeared in Harper's Magazine. In a note prefixed to the volume Lowell's literary executor, Charles Eliot Norton, sat* that the lecture* were written rapidly, and in their deliver/ much was said extemporaneously of which there is of course no record. After a careful read ing ot tbe volume, one neartily concurs with Mr. Norton's opinion that although the lectures were never revised by Mr. Lowell (or publication, they contain too much admirable criticism to be spared by tbe public. To say that they are rot so g»l as l/zwell could have made tliem is, after all,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 March 1893

■VII. COPPER PTVPTPn ni^Ti GUARANTEED. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. INAUGURATION. ROVER CLEVELAND WILL BE IDUCTED INTO OFFICE. at Inauguration Compared with I of Recent History—The Weather koita-.it Factor—Mr. Cleveland Has il Been Fortunate In This Respect. [Copyright, 1553.1 exceptionally fortunate when first inaugurated. Those who Washington look forward to lauguration ceremonial with anticipations of pleasure, which ways—tempered somewhat by msion that the weather may be •resident Harrison was inaugu i a day when the rain was both ,nd chilly. Garfield's inaugura >k place amid the most unpleas mospheric conditions, although i did not fall until evening. The b raw and cloudy, and those who pectators suffered considerably, !ly .the company which was per to sit upon the platform erected fflst portico, and upon which the at stood when he took the oath ivered his inaugural. Ips the most trying inauguration a that which occurred on the 4th rch, 1873. General Grant was take the oath ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 March 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - March 2. 18»3 fRCED EVERY THCRSDA V —bt — T. R. BALL, EDITOI ASD PtTBLI!BIK tzexi or iCMCßirnov: Oae r«*r. In Advance 12 00 tU montfc» ...... 1 00 Three months " ' Ti Adrertixiag ratuor. *pplic»tlon. F.ntered *; the postoffice it Aberdeen, Vub., a» second clut mall mmtter. The Bbuib pessimist fays that by the time a man hag bought enongh ex perience to set up in business on his own account he tips over into hia dotage. £o r.\B Ocosta has failed to put np any defense against the severe strictures passed upon the city underthesea by the Northern Pacific investigating committee. A chair of constitutional law is to be endowed in connection with the Chicago university, and President Harrison tendered the position at a salary of |25,- 000 per year. The senatorial deadlock of Wyoming was unbroken when the legislature ad journed, and the governor of that state appointed A. C. Beckwith, a democrat and wealthy stockman, as U. 8. senator. The price paid for armor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 March 1893

■TEF mention. loop Mary K wan up yesterday, i bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. . McGerry left Wednesday for the McNeil lias started a dairy in I celerv at Mitchell's grocery. It Hid Croft was up to-day from ,m. , Alt was a passenger to the teat Tuesday. * lard'i-tlie mnst wholesome Beer [i-rlhwniit or rlirwhere. Forester Henderson is down on iyer looking for big cedars. Poison, of Hoquiain, was on a l trip to Aberdeen Monday. il Digestion tain' one Small Bile Bean ■ling. 26c. |.er I'uull*. Linn returned Wednesday from a I trip to Tacoma. ;hooner O. M. Kellogg arrived in n yesterday, and will load for 'CT| 8* I lery and blank books —all grades, i, all sizes—W. B. Paine & Co. 18 id Mrs. Samuel Benn returned on from their extended visit in id Mrs. C. F. White, of Cosmopo ast week for a visit to San Fran i neat and clean at the Pacific. * father Deichman went up to the n business last week, returning T. G. Kaufman left on Tuesday for Olympia to visit friends and pin neet uwtch-rtiane...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 March 1893

"XTTH pen and ink ITLI * Tizkri of a soese la cor UaaDT'/i movls 54 tiitn froE. the A■lmmhe mag/aim lor Febraaiy As *4 sub; if, tbe two bk pa3Sc>i. *»i ooe taxi cmcieeiiy, That's rigfat I :o sk a fall this tree 7" Tbec swmjg again. -r«-. sttr/i .:. ; ad up oc a spring board, vixae eed was flipped into a notch cat m the baas erf the tr*« trjor or five feet fro® the groood They a!wars work ibm the grtwind tbi« way, ia order to escape the iactea?ed work of cutting through the great sreil a! the ba*e. Standing with fee: apart span the springy perches. they were ,; uader-«-att»ng" the tree oa the si'fe toward which they wasted it to (all. The axes sect their pleasant reverbera tions np the straight limbless trunk, coal man jcating onlr a qoiter to the planted iynirt two hundred fee*, above. Clean white chip* were cWred oat from the V •hap&J •Aeti of the ander-eat, and after a little memriog and Wfiin'.iig a'onz the tree tl»e men dropped down, and sfcif'H their board* to notches in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 March 1893

■vii. COPPER PTVT=Trn |^T| gpsi 3OTT©MT > AN^ QUA^ANT^ED. Rgßx AT THE FAIR GROUNDS. I. r " r t,lu * Kahlblt I* 9w Practically Completed. isheries building at Chicago is Dpleted, so far as the exterior :oncerned, and the delicate task aenting the interior has begun, o the uses for which the build- tK ON TUB FISHERIES BUILDING. lesigned, both the ornamentation e practical fitting up will require .1 skill. Tho managers coufident aise that the display of fish, fish kle and everything illustrative of ay way connected with the fish ill be tho finest ever seen in the The building itself will be a and rank high among tho archi ll glories of tha exposition. Fapan's World's Fair Exhibit* n's display at the coming Colum cposition will undoubtedly far ex tything previously attempted by untry at any world's fair. Both .nufacturers and the government s realize what the commercial of this exhibit may prove to be, ery effort is being made to render plete. A large number of works intended for ult...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 March 1893

Aberdeen herald Tbiirmlay. - - March 9. 1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL. EDITOR AKD Ptbmshib Tct»! or srsscßirnon: One year, in advance 12 00 Six months . 100 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. • ntered at the postofßce at Aberdeen, Wub., a< second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriazes or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. ONE SENATOR. Today the joint convention of the two houses of Washington's state legislature was dissolved indefinitely, so there can be no election of a Uuited States senator. Henceforth this state will have to worry along with one senator, and that one Watson Canal Squire. Our one in this case is a little less Uian nothing. The legislature has even failed in the one thing we had a right to expect of it. What can the Republican party in this state expect of the. people two years from now ? Good-bye to the ".senatorial situation." The ann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 March 1893

F MENTION. leturned from Tacoma yester t left Wednesday for a trip to roii left again for Portland •iW Apply to Robert Lowry, Id, of Hoqni.im, went to IV. t-ll was down from Con day. arirent came down from nday. aine retmneil home yester iornia. ng left Monday for a bnsi ; Sound. . Hawkins and D. Allen ind Sunday. iff P. U. Whitney, was in ess Tuesday. leld was down from Monte ?ss yesterday. lion Pacific and visit Salt Denver enroute. * ling and Eugene France a last week on business, etson, of the Montesano wn on business Monday. Ik at the Pioneer Dairy, if milk and good measure. * , of the Cosmopolis mill, San Francisco this week, e a regular meeting of the hose house this evening, r Chas. R. Wilson arrived I will load for Wilson Bros, nd blank books —all grades izt's—W. B. Paine & Co. 18 lure will probably meei e in extra session, worse eft for Tacoma Monday on ess. Good luck go with the most wholesome ISeer «f»t or elsewhere. Jug returned Monday from rs. Hopkins at the Book s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 March 1893

WITH PES AND INK. ST L. H. W. (-The Story of Mary Washington," by Marion Barlsnd. Houghton Mifflin & C-.] From very slender materials Marion Harland has pieced together a life of Mary, the mother of Washington. In many places her training as a writer of fiction has been utilized in filling in gaps left bv broken rewinds, but the fancy work has been dons judiciously, and the simple dignity of Madam Washington's character is intelligently and sympathet ically |>ortrayed. Marion Harland is not only a lineal descendant of Mary Wash ington, but, what is more important, of the life in which that stern and noble matron bore so honorable a part. The slender record of customs and manners that have come down to this dav would be almost meaningless to an alien, but from memory and association of ideas yield a significance to (lie Virginian that enriches her book with several very pleasant pictures of the old life of a for- i gotten day. Even the comparatively i Black-twisted Virginian o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 March 1893

■VII. I COPPER RIVETED Kyi —'^^OTTOM'T'AN'K fi GUARANTEED. W*' • « • • ADDRESS! SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. ■TIN NEW ORLEANS fling and Pugilism at the Crescent City. ■iTORS LEWIS AND ROEBEI. I treat Match For the Wrestling plonshlp of the World —The 840,- ■arse Offered for the Battle Be- Jim Ball and Bob Fltxslmmona. sign of King Carnival, which cloned at New Orleans, is to he followed linth by a ring carnival, that very smoothly with its predecessor, ilch, judging from its pugilistic ir, should be thoroughly at home imakingn hit is concerned. In all 11 be five days of rare sport for lov boxing and wrestling. The pro i at the famous Olympic club fol ircli 1 a battle between George Daw- Tom Ryan for a purse of (6,000 and erweight championship. arch 2 a wrestling match for the inship of the world and a purse of itween Evan Lewis, better known > Strangler," nnd Ernest Roeber, ims to be the champion Grasco-Ro ue h 8 a fight betweer Joe Goddard •alia and Ed Smith of Pittsburg for of 110,000. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 March 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - March 16. IHU# ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BT T. R. WALL. Editor and Publisher TEEMS or SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance 12 00 Six months 1 00 Three months . 75 Advertising rates on application. Mitered at the oostofnre at Aberdeen, Wash., a < second class mail matter. Notices Of births, mar rinses or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of aympathv, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. Governor McGraw has appointed John B. Allen to try to be a senator from this state. Enough dirt has been unearthed in the Panama canal scandals to leave a good sized ditch. Everyone knows there is a negro in the woodpile in the matter of the annexa tion of Hawaii. Cleveland will make haste slowly in the matter of annexing Hawaii. There is no hurry and no necessity. Allen has only one chance left of ever being senator —by the governor's a|»- pointment—and that is slim. Two veai> from now he will not be among the possi bilities. It ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 March 1893

?F MENTION. Irwax's l>ix inill nailed ii|> litis pair of grays are the envv of |e weavers union lias he -n i r pre. t Bros, are headquarters for all led. • rnolil, of Hoquium, was in the day. ••ttermun til.tile a brief visit to week. li. Allen and son left Monday to -Snoliomiuli. Urns, of Hoquiain, was in the Kiness Tuesday. H. C. Cooper, of Montesano, I our visitors Tuesday, ik, " f Cosuiopolis, was visaing res in the city yesterday, ze pants up to 46 waist just re- Toklas & Kaufman's. ! cedar logs from Poison's Sou! h is expected at West's mill to fead daily at Aberdeen Bakery, fcdell came over from South pay, and will return again in a jmer Tillie was up from Ho lerday after the machinery for krresen for painting. 21-8t I bet brigade baa been at work ■ putting the streets and side ihape. Lor that another large sawmill Kbu built at Coswopolis seems ■ fo'inded. I Weill hard'* Lager Beer and ■ever regret It. 1 Mrs. W. B. Paine left Tuesday feungeness, this state, where Mr ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 March 1893

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 March 1893

I. VII. P^^*-^"^BQTTOM'T > ANl< QUARANT^EDV^ f® ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. ■THEATRICAL REVIEW. 9v> Productions of Varying 31! Degrees of Merit. GRAHAM AND NOBLES. Wedding Day" Is an Uproariously my Farce—"For Revenue Only" la a arlly Bad "Comedy"—False Bamon mt Singer*—Other Theatrical Gossip. f Vokk, March I.—"His Wedding one of Charles Frohman's many i, is remarkable at least in one respect, ragh it in in three acts, there Is but one The play is the work of H. Graham, 1 the author can keep up to the stand t in "His Wedding Day" much good may be expected from him. Charles nan has given us so many farces— of them good—that those which would passed muster two or three years ago I meet with very little favor now. I MAT IRWIN. ding Day" is a particularly but it is in no sense suggestive. a be nothing but a farce, it Is ibject it to the same criticism edy or a drama would invite, thing in the piece could well al life, but probability and logi- Dt to be expected in such an at....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 March 1893

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. - - March 23, 1893 ISSCED EVERY THURSDAY BY ' R W ALL, Eoito* xst> Ftbluhii TIM! or «rßsc«irnos: One year. in advance . $2 0© fix months .... 1 00 Three month? " 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen. Waib.. as second class mail matter. Notice* of birthi. or deaths printed (fw Obinunes, far-is of thanks, or resola lions of ew., oa«-btl( regular rttd ing rnxice rues. 1 has been subtracted from the Oaks dale Unit. Fashion able femininity is 'hooping it np again. Cleveland has declared it a free for all race for office. May the best men win. It will be good news for the candidates for postoffices to know that Robert A. Maxwell, the fourth assistant postmaster general, is a Head Chopper from Cut-off ville. It cjst $70,000 to cast a statue of Justice in Chicago last week. Humph! That isn't half as costly as some of the statutes of injustice cast by our state legislature. Someone humorously remarks that there are two class...

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