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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 May 1893

The art Of advertising Consists in Getting The greatest results For The least money. fol. VII. -Trrrrrt min i i i > j3OTTOM"PANT£ <3U/\RANT£EDT^ address: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. DIAMOND MAKING. genuine Diamonds Artificially Produced by a French Scientist. Since 1889 Mr. Moissan has been con rfdering the subject of the artificial pro motion of diamonds. Not long ago in ex amining a Mexican meteorite he observed In it, besides microscopic transparent dia monds, some very small black ones, to gether with pieces of brown coal. He then burned particles of diamonds—a rather ex- THE REAL DIAMONDS OF SCIENCE. pensive experiment—and found in examin ing the ashes that the purest diamond con tains traces of iron. Knowing that, like other metals, iron when melting dissolves • certain quantity of carbon, and knowing besides that iron as well as silver and water increases in volume in passing from the liquid to the solid state, Mr. Moissan attempted to produce diamonds by using iron, with the h...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 May 1893

Aberdeen hraid. TkarsvUy. - - May 1893 ISS-VEO EVERT 7Hrr.SDAY F. K. WAIX. E»lT,;s 152 TIMS : t ITKCimioy: Oaeyw.irs lirisce 12 a? Six aoal&t • 1 T&re« months 7$ Adrerti*.iii rt:c? c-3 i::-';, j:. n. Entered iz ".ti j*-*- • * s: Waafe.. ti SuvWQd t-i$S E3i':<7, Nj;.«« of hirtii. ar d<r»ii§ pr£Bt«*J frv- Objr3mr-.«. «~is .: 5 t'r-t-ks. -: «sc>- fioa of >mp«Uiv.oac-hali read ing iuii(« THE GREAT NAVAL REYOEW T!w gathering together of the warships of all nations is ma ie the occasion of tbe following pert! Hen: observation* by an exchange: "Memory will recall tie Armada oi j Spain threatened the invasion ei Britain, that France and England ire-re united against Russia in the Crimea, that Amer ica and Fran.e made common cause again#: Great Britain and at one time France was employing all her war re sources against Italy; bat peace has in tervened and there is be: the one regret that its universal prevaiiance is no: .s --mmL It would be better for the world could tlie...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 May 1893

g K [EF MENTION. gjmiind Croft was in town this week. T. S. Tew was in town several a# vsM wc€k ' Miss Linuie Gaillaic was called away to tln . Sonnil last Friday. c B Weathcrwax returned Thursday fro m a trip to the Sound. j E I'»' ne ' m 8 en v >siti«ig friends ore ron Sboalwatcr bay. Bead tfio Aberdeen Choral Union's ad. 0 „ (he 2d page of this paper. Travel to and from tho Harbor has increasing rapidly of late. Ladies just a lino to call your attention w jefifs line of new shoes. See ad. Born —In Aberdeen, on Thursday, Ipri! 27, to the wife of A. Sagen- Jorph) # K' r '' Hunter and Trapper Schofield was out ,[[ er bear on the south side this week. The catch was large. Warrants on the general fund, city or noiinty, bought. Apply at this office. * H. A. Haves cashier of the First Na tional bank, returned Saturday from his trip-to Portland and Tacoma. <n,e lecture at the Congregational dureh Saturday night was largely at tended and was very interesting, gob Jenkins, who has be...

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

CHCHALIS COUNTY HAITEXINOS. From The Washingtonian: The G. A. R. of Hoqoi&m will hold • camp fire and general jollification on Sat urday evening of r.ext week, to which the public are invited. Robert Nelson, employed at tlie new department of the X. W. mills, had his right leg shattered below the knee, last Monday, by the bursting of an iron pul ley. Inspector Clapp and Lieut. Shuns, of Portland. Capt. Symon's assistants, went out on the Tillie Monday, to inspect the work done on the jetties. They also passed through the middle channel. We have stated elsewhere that the X. P. officials had concluded to build slips to accommodate the X. W. Lumber com pany in shipping its lumber East. It has now been decided not to put in the slips— which can only mean that the road is to be built to Hoqoiam at once. In iact that is now admitted by people whe ocght to know. It is said the road will cross the river near the bi,; barn, switch back to tlie mills, and build oat aler.g the base of Coll...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 May 1893

| The art Of advertising (Consists in Getting* The greatest results For The least money. fol. VII. "r-tTTTrrn-ir „ — 3OTTOM"pani< r GUARANTEED. 1 ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. I|THEATRICAL REVIEW. Ife Frank Leslie's Adaptation of "Le Demi Monde." ■HUTER OF ARTS ANI) LETTERS. Barren Results of a "Stage Elevating" bperlment —The Coghlans' Revival ol Tag Wofflngton"—The Youngest Arner liiPliJTisht —Other Chitchat. 11l Tobk, April 20.—The only real the gfctl novelty in tbo city is another of |i numerous adaptations of "Le Demi Ink" This particular version, which is ■titled "The Froth of Society," is the nkof Mrs. Frank Leslie, who thus makes |idebut as a playwright. The piece has Ittonthe ro'hrl and is said to have been ■fhvorably received in the south. The itficipal roles are intrusted to Joseph brorth and Emily Rigl, two particularly apetent actors. In fact, it is my opinion (tfMias Rigl's superiors in highly emo tul roles in the whole world can be touted on the fingers of one hand....

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 May 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - May 11, 1893 ISSUED EVERY" THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - Editob and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, In advance 12 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on applicatibn. Entered at tjie postoßlce at Aberdeen, Wash., a* second class mail matter. Notice- of births, marriages or death*printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., oue-half regular road ing notice rates. Dame Fashion is spreading herself. The glass of fashion now has the shape of an hour glass. It would be a good thing for Aberdeen were her frogs her only croakers. The world may be fair for Chicago, but it makes the visitors' pocket books look blue. This is the season of the year when all nature wakes up. Aberdeen is beginning to bo natural. Every paper, big and little, has been taking a shot at Pennoyer, because of his message to Secretary of State Gresham. Pennoyer likes it. That's why he made such an ass of himself. Hugo Hug is a candi...

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 May 1893

jfllEF MENTION. Spring i» trying to struggle to the front. Fieeh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. C B. Cook came back from Tacoma luit «'eek. Xlie outlook for a busy season at West pert is good jf C. Cooper, o! Montesano, was in town Tuesday. Judge Mason Irwin was in town Thurs visiting friemls. [tigsaid Villard wifnta to resign from ,l, e Northern Pacific. Geo. Ninemire was down from Moute wno Monday on business. j E. Calder, of Montesano, made a fly ing visit to the Harbor Monday. Gus Lccsc lias something fine in sum mer goods at reasonable pi ices. W. M. Brock, formerly of Bucoda, has become a resident of Aberdeen. I. E. Paine, who was over on Slioal «ter bay last week on a visit, is home ipin. Every logger in Chehalis county is get ting ready for a busy season. The woods are full of 'em.* We have said it time and again, and w must repeat it, the Herald cannot publish original poetry. Legal Blanks at this office. i The estimated hop acreage of the Pa cific poast is 15,000 acres, r...

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 May 1893

THE WHEELING WfM From Boston to Chicago In Ninety Hours. ALL F.TIW ON THE RELAY RIMES. A Otln-ioirjjnil Whnnlmnii to fUilff Anrnw thn Continent —Zimmerman mil Sanfiir, tll« Rival la«rlraii Riders, ud Tlmir Coming Tonr AhTnod —Thn rnWrnjittnial Championships. The great relay bicycle race from Boston to Chicago scheduled for April 30 and May I, 3, 3 and \ promises to lie the most re markable event of the kind ever ran. The swiftest and hardiest wheelmen between Boston and Chicago compose the respective relays, and they are pledged to cover the distance in 90 hours, Eaeh telay will con sist of two wheelmen, one carrying * pouch ccntalnlngamessagefrom Governor Russell of Massachusetts to Governor Altgeld of Illinoia, and the other holding himself in readiness to hurry the message ahead in ease the regular carrier Is disabled. From the instant the message leaves Boston until it arrives in Chicago not a moment will be lost. Sight. and day with»- out pause two riders will Be pedaling to wa...

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 May 1893

The art j of advertising ! Consists in | Getting 1 greatest results For The least money. fol. ""T Tirftrn , i 3ottom~PANls ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, PACKING AWAY CLOTHING fcThat tho TTlnter Garments Shall lie Safe From Moth and Dust. Baring everything in readiness to com pace your work, select n sunny day. Put imy garment that you are going to pack fltdoore on the clothesline, and after tho joelets have been turned inside out, the prments whipped free from dust, let them lag for two or three hours in the sun. Dress skirts will wrinkle less if folded light side out. Dresses should be carefully filed in newspapers, each ono separately, »1 placed in tho draweis or trunks with n pod sprinkling of fresh cloves between Bum. The newspapers must bo pasted se juelyto tho moth or any of his tribe froni entering. In folding men's gar tents care should be exercised. Tho sleeves iould be filled with newspapers folded lit, and a small handful of cloves should tipnt in each pocket. If you do no...

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 May 1893

iiboi ii'eii Herald. Thursday. - - May 10, lii'J:) ,ISSUEI> EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALI-, - Editoh and Publisher trhms of siinscuivTios: One year, in advance $2 00 Six months .... 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postotlice at Aberdeen, Wash., Hi second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriaeesor deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one half regular read ing notice rates. THE CYCLE THEORY. What is the scientific explanation of of the laws underlying our local disturb ances? All who have given the subject any attention, and there are none of us in Aberdeen but what have been at times deeply interested in the sub ject, must have been strongly impressed with the fact that these eruptions oc cur at certain regular intervals. The period of the outbreaks have not yet been determined with mathematical exactitude, for as yet it would not be safe to generalize becauso of a lack of sufficient data, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 May 1893

bK IEF mention. Blanks at this office. 15 Weatherwax returned home Mon day- j 1! Dabney started for Chicago Sun day- The Aberdeen hotel is being rapidly j compete' 1 - Tl, e schooner American Girl is loading (amber at West's. lljou want B good wholesome beer, drink W«m»>«rd'»- Bob Ogburn has been appointed post muster at Westport. 41 Stock well was over in Portland this »eek on business. All kinds of job printing, of the latest design, at this office. Wilson Bros, have nearly finished theft dry shed for lumber. 0, S. Thomas was on a business trip to the Sound this week. J. A. Perry made a flying visit down from Tacoma this week. J. F. Soule, of Hoquiam, was in Seattle on business this week. The telephone line will probably be ex tended to Westport soon. Capt. Dobbins is building a wharf on F street f?r the steamer Jessie. Clias. Jester has leased his water power sawmill to Walter Crammatte. Fob rest—A very comfortable cottage, very cheap. Apply at this office. C. F. White and wif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 May 1893

MAGAZINE NOTES. .Among the May magazines Scribner's exhibition number is pre-eminent in beauty and elaboration ; between twenty and thirty full-page drawings are repro duced, besides scores of smaller but hardly less admirable illustrations. One of the most charming of the full-page drawings is that by A. B. Frost of the two lads reading their Don Quixote in the "clean, sweet beech-woods." In fact, the characterization in all the draw ings by Frost illustrating Mr. Howell's article, "The Country Printer," are full of a shrewd perception of varying types of man that shows the artist to have a knowledge of humanity which is even wider than his technical skill. He is one of the few thoroughly successful il lustrators, who seem not only to make time to read but to conscientiously study the article lie is to illustrate, with the result that he turns out not merely the required number of pictures, but that his work is an actual illustration of the text. 0. D. Gibson, successful as ho is i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 May 1893

The &rt Of advertising Consists in (jetting The greatest results For The least money. kni. 3gttom"PAN-K r CjUARAnt^EDT? ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. BUILT THE "WHITE CITY." ■toWho Solved the Greatest Arclii- Ltml Problems Ever Presented. fclHudson Burnham, chief of the Erf construction for the Chicago World's fair, has by common con sent achieved one of the greatest triumphs of the age. He was ap pointed in Sep tember, 1890,. and since then has the direction ;of the greatest inechanical en ter prise ever known to man. Perhaps no man living is better qualified for the ■ech. burnham. i This is no light praise, but since baeed lipon what Mr. Burnham has Hjiccomplished it cannot be con dtmdeserved. nsborn in Jefferson county, N.Y., rsftgo. He went to Chicago in 1855 wired his early education thero. i devoted himself to architecture 1867, and many of tho largest and tainess buildings in the pity bear my to his skill. In his position as if the bureau of construction he lit in judgment...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 May 1893

Aberdeen iierahl. Thursday. - - May 25, isv>3 ISSUED EVERY THPRSDAT >T — F. R. WALL, - Editor and Pv bushes tkruj or srsscsimes: One yo*r. in advance MM Si* months ... .1W Three months 73 Advertising rates on application. Entered a: the postoifice at Aberdeea. Wash., as second class mail matter. Notice* of births, marriage* or deaths printed free Obituaries. car\is of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc.. one-half regular read ing notice rates. IMMORAL MORALITY. In the editorial columns oi yesterday's Tacoma Ledger was an article that, if not a plea for crime, was a moral miscue that should never have been allowed the pub licity of the press. Under the heading "The Boyd Murder Case.'" the writer ealmnly and deliber ately sets to work to attempt to befog the public morals. After intimating that Thomas Henderson Boyd and his mur deress were systemati.'ally engaged in blackmailing, the * riter says the story of their plan of blackmail deals imrwervededly with many names that...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 May 1893

BRIEF MENTION. » Legal Blanks at this office. Fresh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. B. J. Garinan was in Cosniopolis Tues day,. Settler's League at G. A. 11. hall to night. H. A. Hayes went up to Montesano Tuesday on legal business. A social dance at Kidder's hall is down on the program for tonight. Aberdeen wheelmen wero out in forco Sunday.on a spin to Iloquiam. Rev. A. J. Joslyn exchanged with Dr. Tedrick, of Montesano, last Sunday. The schooner Twilight came in last week, and is loading at Wilson's mill. J. A. Perry came down from Tacoma Saturday on a short visit to liis family. Get your inilk at the Pioneer Dairy, if you want good milk and good measure. * C. B. Douglas has returned to his min ing and newspaper work in southern Oregon. The schooner American Girl left for 'Frisco Tuesday, lumber laden from West's mill. . Geo. Ninemire was down from Monte sano Saturday in the interest of the anti vegetarians. Atty. N. W. Bush was over at South Bend Monday on legal business in Judg...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 May 1893

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. U. W. If the chief office cf the writer of trav els is to leave upon the reader's mind a distinct and pleasant impression of the' localities he describes, Maturiu BaMou.in his]recently issued ' Story o) Malta," has met and filled the essential requirement.' The reader who reaches the end of "Tbe Story of Malta," may know hk-;v of that curious little islaiui thau he ever bopevi to know: but that end has to bo by curiously devious ways Sarety uo writer ever had such difficulty fc» his text. Malta is. iu reality. »he ivtt of dejwrture froc; which Mr. tt»"ou se3 sail, in imagination, tor the thc. sau.l au-.l | one isles. He see-.s to have bevu every where in the known wvrld, ai d »s>.> laden with the coiKlomerare s;v..s <>j travel that he gtishes inforHsatk-astf every pore. The readier is skipped trx-tu Milta to the Fiji Islands, from there to the Yellow sea, and thence to the Charles river. Massachusetts, by way of Norway. Se far from being an exaspe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 June 1893

The art Of advertising Consists in Getting The greatest results For The least money. roi. m. croppy v—s-ST OUARANT^EDT^ ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. • NORWAY'S HEADQUARTERS. 1 ■. ||l of the Most Unique and Attractive Buildings at the Fair. j Jbe buildings being completed and to debris cleared away, the visitor to Ebon park sees thei World's fair build tgi in all their beauty. The national holdings especially show up well. Nor edifice is particularly striking. It jiwh&t is called the stav kirke style and Norwegian. Its maze of [kbles and pinnacles is decorated with ijjnres that might have ornamented the tWwa of viking ships,* and the whole imposition is of the most romantic con- Mtkm. The material used is. Norwe na pine and 'the cost about $10,000. [forway is well represented in the art npirtment by the works of artists of jjaopean renown, the spelling of whose pt would probably have made them paons if their pictures had not. ■i NORWAY'S HEADQUARTERS. _Sweden o stack' to home tal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 June 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - June 1,1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, - Editor and Publisher TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance 12 00 Six month» 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Kntered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., a? second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. A MATTER OF PRINCIPLE. Just one year ago to-morrow, the Herald in,obedience to what it regarded the proper functions of a newspaper, felt called upon to criticise, with more or less severity, the public acts of the school board of this district. Some of the mem bers of the board, as individuals, saw fit to apply the criticisms to themselves per sonally by bringing action against the editor of Herald, both for criminal and civil libel. The criminal suit ended in a verdict of not guilty, and the civil suit has been brought to a close, eith...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 June 1893

BRIEF mention. Ii Blanks at this oflice. |) bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. team every day at Reinboth Bros.' Elliott is now running purser on n. Weathenvax returned from the Friday. IE. K. Hawkins left this morn facoma. Smythe was bound for the state Monday. want a *ood wholesome beer, relohard'i. . Y, of the Chionicle, made a flying own Monday. Smith and Engineer Lyons are the Montesano. earner Point Loma passed out , lumber laden. y Hill, one of our new comers, uployed at West's mill. ,d Mrs. J. A. Graham were down atesano on Memorial day. cycle club have been shot by the pher. It was a good shot. jrapher Pratsch has been taking k! views of the school house. ;citement this week has been the > Indian medicine company. ur milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if ; good milk and good measure. * ind Mrs. Samuel Benn left lay for a short trip to Portland. I Traveler took the schooners iv and Norway from Cosmopolis neat and clean at the Pacific. * rell has had built a covered boat ng freight t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 June 1893

KICKAPOO"iH HEDiCffIFCOiMIT,M ACME OPEjljI IS FOR TWO WEEKS, BEGINNING MAY 30TH. I 5 Liver Complaint Completely Cured by Sagwal The Only Remedy which did Any Good. Metropolis, 111, April 5, 1592. I had been troubled with liver complaint for twelve years when yocr company was in Paducah, Ky., about two years ago. I tried one bottle of Kiekapoo Sarwa, and it did me great good. A slight occurrence ol qpy trouble recently has caused me to purchase another"bottle, and the results are so gratify ing that I have bought five bottles more, and am satis fied ol being completely cured, and I willingly recommend it to all who may be afflicted with liver trouble. It is the only medicine I have erer found which would do me any |ood. Samuel W. Greens- C C- LESLIE, Hudson, >\tt Terrible Blood Poison! Completely cored by Sa^wa. _ • Hcdsov, X.H., Jan. 26, 189*. Two years ago my olood was in a very bad state, and I was afflicted with boils and abscesses to an alarming extent- At the time I learned ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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