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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 June 1893

The art Of advertising Consists in Getting The greatest results For The least money. fol. VII. 0^ OTTOM^PANI^ GUARANTEED. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. mm vFiisus is. The British and Yankee Bil liard Champions' Match. THE ENGLISH GAME DESCRIBED. taking From Two to Ten Points at a Shot Faulea an American —Tho Push and Spot Strokes May Be llarred In 'tho Coming Contest. The great international billiard match b London between Frank C. Ives, the American champion, and John Roberts, Jr., the hitherto inviucible champion of Englund, has awakened considerable inter est on this side of the Atlantic in the Eng lish game, which is quite a novelty here. The match, which is to be for 12,000 points indcoutinue a week, beginning May 20, will be played at Egyptian hall. The stakes will . be either >5,000 or $10,000 a side, and as Ives will meet Roberts on his own ground and It his own game the English champion trill probably allow the push and spot strokes to be eliminated from the game or mako ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 June 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - Juneb, 1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - EDITOS AND PVBUSHKK TERMS OF SCBSCKIPTIOS: One year, in advance 12 00 Bix months 1 00 Three months .... 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the poatomre at Aberdeen, Wash., a* second class mail mstter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathj", etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. WHAT THE PRESIDENT SAYS. President Cleveland in officially an nouncing that there will hp an extra ses sion of congress between the Ist and the 15th of September, said of the financial situation: "The time is at band when the representatives in congress wil! be called npon to deal with a financial con dition which is the only menace to the country's welfare and prosperity. I{ is well for the people to take up the subieet for there selves and arrive at their on conclusions. As to the merits of a tisaa cial policy which efe-Lijes as to pcr...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 June 1893

IjjflF MENTION. I Leg*' Blanks at this office. - I . daily at Aberdeen Bakery. I jfhfre is the Fourth of July commit- Deichman was off for the Sound IffirrMts on the general fund wanted 5 L this oflo®* I S»m Benn returned Saturday from a L t to Portland. ■ fjf u. P. did $10,000 worth of busi • Ijat this station last mouth. Iflieschool election will be held in the lujcliool bouse on Wishkah street. yoor inilk at the I'ioneor Dairy, if ' Lfant good milk and good measure. * ; ijfjiion's mill was shut down Monday |j Tuesday to get a new smokestack in ■ of Aberdeenites were in LgtMtno Monday at the trial of Book Ejgat Henson. ' Bosh says if 20 subscribers can Ircured, he will have a telephone ex- I t,.p ettablishad. Wum want a rood wholesome beer, L| Welnb»r<l'B. Mfjp. White, of Cosraopolis, and A. J. ' Knert, of this city, are now among the Lees of the Aberdeen Bank. ■fat's mill is making a run on cedar ' Liprnce. The dry kiln has been dry- W,hemlock for the Aberdeen hotel. ■Ibe trai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 June 1893

KICKAPOO INDIAN MEDICINE COMPANI, M ACME OPERA,IOIS FOR TWO WEEKS, BEGINNING MAY 30In. MAGAZINE NOTES. The opening article in Scribner's mag azine for June is, "Life in a Logging Camp," a Michigan logging camp, writ ten by a practical lumberman who began life as a cruiser, or "land looker" as he is more frequently called in this article. It has about it the freshness and dash of personal experience that we all know how to appreciate, after reading "write ups" of such things by lily-handed liter ary sharps. Foi cnce we need not make the moan of Mr. Bagehot that those who know anything don't know how to write, and those who know how to write don't know anything. This jolly land-looker knows his Michigan logging camp from foreman to chore boy, and has a good word, free of flattery, for all. The work is, of necessity, very like our Washington; but being carried on in win ter, instead of summer, elements of hard ship, danger and rollicking recreation, about the bunk room stoye, makes the...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 June 1893

! The art Of advertising Consists in Getting The greatest results For The least money. kill. VII. Q UARANT^EDT^ ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. IBMCAL REVIEW. r Season In, New York Is Practically at an End. WE REMAINING ATTRACTIONS. CI "1493" at Palmer's and llinrich'g {nod Opera Company—Miss Natall's lit"—Why Stars Return to Their First lint—A Successful Writer of Blelo liw Yoke, May 25.—The New York tho jol season ol 1892-8 is ended. Most of ihouses which are still open aro playing omer attractions," and within a very It time several of these will close for a iile of months. LOUISE NATALI. ice's burlesque extravaganza, ."1493," at Bier's seems to have met with a good Id favor among that very large class of iter goers to whom laughter provoking thes and incidents are synonymous with m. In consequence the hero of "Evan ne"and "The Corsair" Is once more in w. I the Grand Opera House Hinrich's (•ny has been presenting grand opera (great success at popular prices. This Id seem to indicate...

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 June 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - June 15,1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, - Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance 12 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postomce 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. THE ATTORNEYS' FEES. Ex-Couuty Atty. Pearson has written the county commissioners the following letter, regarding fees retained by him : Aberdeen, Wash., June 7, 1893. To the Commissioners of Chehalis coun ty, State of Washington. Gentlemen : —A certified copy of your order directing me "To pay over to the Treasurer of Chehalis county all fees by him (me) collected upon delinquent tax cases for the years 1880 to 1890 inclusive, amounting to the sum of one thousand one hundred and eighty dollars ($1180.00) the same being the amount due the ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 June 1893

I brief mention. I fisher's for underwear. 1 cream every day at Iteinboth Bros.' 1 T (, e barkentine Chehalis is over at I south Bend. I gf. Johnston camo down from Taco -1 j £«« Toklas & Kaufman's announce- I o ent this week. J WHbur camo down from Monte- I goo this week. I fl. L. Cook returned Monday from a I visit to Portland. 1 Dr. French, of Montosano, was a visitor 'I t„Aberdeen Tuesday. I Attorney Bridges, of Montesano, was 1 on the Harbor Sunday. I C. C. Cooper, of Cosmopolis, found re ■ jetton in Aberdeen Sunday. I Geo. Ninemire, of Montesano, was I down for a few days this week. I Captain A. T. Stream is a candidate for ■ postmaster over at South Bend. 1 B, J. Garman was registered at the I fforld'a fair from Aberdeen this week. *1 The schooner La Gironde is loading at I ffest's and the Queen at Weatherwax's. 1 Circulars containiug pictures of the two I (old brick swindlers have been received I here m The salmon catch on the Columbia is I much smaller this season than ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 June 1893

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. A year or two ago, when copies of i Kipling's Verse were running wild in the newspapers, and the jinglo of versos [ like, — ".So 'ore's to you, Fuzzy-WuMV, nl your 'ome in the Soudan ; You're a poor benighted 'eathen, but a first-class fightin' man; An' 'ore's to you. Fuzzy-Wu**y, with vour 'ayrick 'cad of 'air— You big black bounding beggar—for you 1 broke a British square!" rang in one's ears like Mark Twain's fa tal "Punch with care", to the germs of whoso latent infection no pnulont man yet wantonly exposes himself, it was even more impossible than at present to seriously discuss (ho "Ballads and Bar rack-Room Ballads". Even now the fascination of jingle imparts a charm quite distinct from that x>f legitimate po etry,but none the less, momentarily, po tent. "To feel sure that this quality is evanescent, one needs but to remember tho fate of the equally "fetching" chor us of Gilbert's "Yarn of the Nancy Bell" or of his clever topical songs in "Pa ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 June 1893

The art Of advertising Consists in Getting The greatest results For The least money. fol. VII- asssSS" I%(} msS* "BottomTAN'K QUARANT^Eb7^ ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, ■I WORLD OF SPORTS. I Athletes and Horses Will Be Busy This Month. I (IE CHICAGO WHIST CONGRESS. tmndlih" Will Show His Skill There. Mp About the Ladles' Tennis Cham pionship, American Derby, Suburban Handicap and Two New British Tachts. The month to come will be a busy one e various brooches of sport. General thirties, whist, tennis, yachting, rowing, Sty cling, horse racing, homing pigeon con- Mtaand cribbage playing are a few of the forts and games that will engage the at- HENRY JONES ("CAVENDISH"). tatton of their respective devotees. One the great athletic events of the near tu tors will be the annual, individual all mud championships of the United States * New York June 88. Since the retire- MDtof such great athletes as Malcolm W. fad and A. A. Jordan, who held this tampionship between them for seven jnis and wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 June 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - June 22,1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - Kditob and Publisher TBBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance 12 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Noticcs of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. # MAUDILIN SENTIMENT. The recent acquittal of Lizzie Borden, charged with murdering her father and stepmother, irresistablv suggests the trial of Ursula Jaunita Unfug, now going on in Seattle, with a difference. The Post-Intelligencer has said of Miss Borden that she is a homely "old maid," who before her acquittal, got no flowers and little sympathy. Miss Borden's pre vious life has been such as would tend to build up a good name, and the evidence against her was not such as should have put any on one trial for life. But she was not young...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 June 1893

hTid WE LIVE IN I flood and the Bad In- I extricably Mixed. 1 important RUMOR, Bad Burglar Give Himself Bogarduses Break the Birds. LjjltS GUNNING FOR N. P. tlitt the Sweet Girl Graduate will UOBCIi Upon the Sea of Life." Many Married. IfM lly Grind Furnishes More and „tt«r Grist than Usual for tlie I {or underwear. idell is now with Geo. Fisher. read daily at Aberdeen Bakery. i has moved to Los Angelas, »1 children's vacation has be lith was in Bucoda on business !dron was on a flying visit here rris was down from the Queets it week. Mrs. J. A. Perry went Monday visit to the Sound. iars, who has been visiting his tears, has returned to Tacoma. steamer Josie Burrows is be mely fitted up before going on ikebach proposes to improve ■bor, under the provisions of v. beat for first-class work—The x>r Steam Laundry. Prompt otto. Give them a trial. * )1 clerk on Tuesday had found a of school age in Aberdeen, t then finished his census. '. DeCourcey was in town Fri sstimony in the case o...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 June 1893

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. "Tools and the Man," is the title of a new volume by Washington Gladden, in which he treats some of the more ur gent social problems from the stand point of enlightened Christianity. The book makes a frank appeal to the good that is in us, urging the necessity for a larger and more generous view of the rights of man —the other man. In dis cussing the labor question Dr. Gladden calls co-operation the logic of Christian ity and shows wherein it is logical as well as Christian. The argument, while made from the altruistic position, does not point toward new philanthropic enterprise, but toward the pressing need for a higher senso of personal responsi-; bility. The book's chief value is not as an economic manual but as a stimulant to an ethical sense of accountability; for it is written in a spirit of liberal human ity which will not fail in helpfulness to those even who differ with some of its conclusions. It is uo more necessary for a man to say the last ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 June 1893

The Of advertising Consists in {Jetting The greatest results For THe least money. M.TII. «B OTTOf/CVAHT^ evtftviy,! Q UARANTft ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL; MABEL "Tom light two crackers thus," she said. "That's yours, and I'll take this. And now, 1/ yours should go off first. Why, you oan claim a kiss." W* watch the powder quickly burn. Jltt, bang! Oh, happy slghtl I fold the maiden In my arms •And take what's mltut by right. _ * f * Alasl It seems so easy thus To win what many nion ' Will envy later on In life. Tor Mabel's only ten. Tom Masson. JUS PREDICAMENT. A Fourth of July Story. BY O. P. CAYLOB. (tonight, lflß6, by American Press Associa tion.] one," said the pro lan as he produced a highly oolored Mtaohaum pipe and proceeded to "load" I "Tomorrow's ascension be my Ifrteenth Fourth: of July balloon voyage, ■d lor some unexplainable reason It is rg me move preliminary uneasiness any of the other 12 did, not barring I*first. I feel it in mj bones that some fcjng unusual will ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 June 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - , June 29,1898 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - Editop 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 postomce at Aberdeen, Wash., as 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. THOSE ATTONEYS' FEES. All has not yet been said on the sub ject of those attorneys' fees. The com missioners meet Monday, and they should have all the data possibte before acting.. Just suppose, for the sake of the argu ment from the attorneys' point ot view, that they are—and the treasurer, clerk and auditor are not —entitled to put into tbeir pockets fees coming into the office, how do they explain this little condition of affairs? The report of Ex-Attorney Pearson shows $12,732.55 total collected in cash, from whieh he deducted $720 for...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 June 1893

BRIEF mention. Peer's for underwear. frtsh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. g L. Cook was in Montesano Tues- M- Utt- D. H. Keith left Saturday for the Sound. jjj M Eva Ennis left- Saturday for her jammer vacation. Hrt. 0- M. Kellogg left for a trip to jjjjttle Tuesday. K you want a snap in a new Victor bi jycfc, call at this office. 2t. Will Kroenert made his regularly week ly Hip to Tacoma Sunday. B. L. Cook & Co., have opened a store in Hoquiam. Judge Hanford has declared the Ros ea cigarette law unconstitutional. Frank Carman, who left for Michigan gUMtime ago, came bdek Saturday. Get your milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if pa want good milk and good measure. * 'The W. P. Wotton shingle mill at Ocorta was closed on Monday by Sheriff Graham. The schooner Sailor Boy arrived in Saturday and is loading at the Weather tax mill. The Aberdeen delegates to tRe meeting cfthe grand lodge I. O. G. T., returned home Friday. Tke bait thing to take for your blood k Weinhard'i Lager Beer. Hoquiam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 June 1893

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. THE RISING OF THE SEA-BREEZE. The long grass waits where the river lies Still and grey as a maiden's eyes, And the sky is white as milk. The white sky breaks in long blue lines, There's a tremulous stir in the far-off pines, A silvern bar in the river shines, And the long grass rustles like silk. •—Maude E. Caldwell, in The Inlander. IN ARIZONA. a lonely spot there is amid the sand, With hot cliffe hemming blank on either haud, Where through the canyon gashes a far range Spreads its slow sweep of panoramic change; Where', on the utmost landscape's serrate rim, Emerges, swells, now radiant, now dim, A mighty peak whose living gaze intent Dwells on the wonder of the firmament; Where, struggling up mid blistering crags that blind. The narrow labyrinthine path-ways wind, Above the wind-ribbed sand whose hopfless gold One time 'neath palm-encircled billows rolled, But now where desolate Memory only brings The pale mirage—the dream of bygone things. —Maude E....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 July 1893

<flie art Of advertising Consists in (Jetting The greatest results For The least money. ftfl. vii« <§ggl^ 30TT0MTAN15 eVEky Q " ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. ICaylor's Weekly Chat About the Ball Players. «fIHK£T LOST BY TWO MAGNATES. fettling In Baseball Said to He Partly ■(sponsible For tho Failures of Krastus Wtmnn and Jolin B. Prince—Nearly 100,- MO People Out Memorial Day. Has anybody lately made the remark Ant baseball is dead or dying? Probably Kt, because it is painful and unprofitable to lick against the pricks. Any lingering imbt that may have existed of the immor ality of the national game was destroyed If the demonstrations of Memorial day. One hundred thousand people—lacking less than 800—witnessed the ganifs in the »lx Xational league cities on that day- '• V ■ tuts the record sinco baseball i flayed. The floodtide of this mighty attendance wasinNew York, where 28,184 spectators irere inside the Polo ground" to see the aft ernoon game betweeu the New Yorks and the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 July 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - July 6,1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — _ F. R. WALL, - Kditof and Publisher TERMS OF subscription: Oue year, in advance 12 00 Bix months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., 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. LET US DO IT An extra session of congress meets on the "th of next month. The democratic party has entire control of the legislative branches of the government. It is pledged to the repeal of tho silver law, which is the mairt purpose for which the extra session is called. But the party is also pledged tc do something else. The last democratic national platform says: "Wo denounce the republican pro tection as a fraud; a robbery of the great majority of the American people for the benefit of the few. We declare it to be a fundamental pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 July 1893

brief mention. Everybody excurtcd. < Aberdeen was deserted. The beach was booming. liwas aGe-lorious Fourth at Westport. Fresh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. g g. Jackson was in Montesano Sun d*y- Charles Pratsch went to Westport Monday. jlias Adah Sargent returned home Sitarday. The steamer Point Lonia left Sunday lor 'Frisco. j C. Burgess went over to Willapa for the Fourth. jit. Wappenstein came over from Port ed Monday. Daniel Gillies, the Elma logger, was in town Friday. Legal blanks of all descriptions for sale it this office. Rev. 0. Heggen was over in South Bend this week. Geo. D. Allen was in Montesano on tgjiness last week. Attorney A. E. Griffiths, ot Montesano, m in the city Sunday. Charles Drake and E. E. Scliofield now piddle their own canoes. Mis. M. P. Trask spent last Sunday lith friends in Aberdeen. Attorney J. C. Hogan and family are liking an outing at the beach. Bicycles for sale and to rent by G. B. Horse, cor. Heron and G streets. tf Captain Weatherwax and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 July 1893

WITH PEN AND INK. BY It. 11. W. MAGAZINE NOTES, '1 ho July Scribner is uncommonly full of bright articles upon a pleasant variety of subjects. For the sportsman there is Henry Vail Dyke's "Trout-Fishing on the Traun," with a mingling of Austrian lake scenery and fly-fishing; for the army veteran, "Two Visits to Gettys burg," by A. 11. Nickerson, who was left for dead upon tho field after the first visit but lived to coma another day; and for all of ua in search of excuses for fol lowing lazy summer impulses, a spirited defense of "Leisure," by Agnes Repplier, tho self-appointed champion of the pleas ant vices. Stevenson has said such clever and convenient things for tho use of loafers, in his "Apology for Idlers", that upon opening Miss Repplier's little paper we fear that nothing more awaits us of an available sort. But how is this? "It is in liis pleasures that a man really lives, it is from his leisure that he con structs the true fabric of self." Not so good, perhaps, as a weapo...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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