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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 October 1893

ABERDEEN HERALD OL VIII. fcgplif JSottgmTANTX I"'" GU/xranteTED. R ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL THE HOUSEHOLD. fviie Bravest Battle Hint ever "Was Fought he bravest battle that ever was fought Shall I tell you where and when" n the mapsot the world you will find it not; T was fought by the mother* of men. ay, not with cannon, or battle shot, With sword, or nobler pen; ay, not with eloquent word, or thought, From mouths of wonderful men. ut deep in a woman's welled-up heart, A woman that would not yield, lit bravely, silently bore her part, Lo! there is that battle field! o marshalling troup, no bivouac song; No banner to gleam and wave; ut oh! these battles they last so long— From babyhood to the grave. et, faithful still as a bridge of stars, She fights in her walled-up town, ights on and on, in the enrlless wars, Then silent, unseen goes down. k ye with banners and battle shot, : And soldiers to shout and praise, tell you the kingliest victories fought Are fought in these silent wa...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 October 1893

Aberdeen limM. Thursday. October 20. '893 ISSUED KVERY THURSDAY BV — JAMES K. GIIiTOX. TEit.Ms of svhscbiption: One year, in advance $2 00 .Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising ratuson application. Entered at the postotliee »it Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of liirths, inarriancs or <lcaths prlnteil free. Obituaries, rarils of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular reail liiK notice rates. THE YUKON COUNTRY. Much has been said and written the last few years about the great Yukon river, in Alaska, and wonderful stories have been told of the rich deposits of gold there. It is a wonderful stream, from lake Bonnet to the ocean it is 2,800 miles, and the river is navigable by steam boats, and several of its tributaries are also navigable for from 200 to 800 miles. The Yueon is two miles 1,200 miles from its mouth, and gradually widens until at the mouth it is 85 miles wide. It is full of islands, and the mouth is rjallv six mouths wi...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 October 1893

Jrief mention.! Fresh bread daily al Aberdeen Pakerv. 1". H. Wall went to Dlvmpia Tuesday legal business. I. Kraber arrived home on Saturday >m the World's Pair. Prank Kaufman is in Portland this >ek, viewing the sights at the Industrial x posit ion. Rev. Dr. Lackey returned on Tuesday tain the meeting of the Presbyterian nod at Spokane and the presbytery at lympiu. The steamer Point Loma came in from m Francisco yesterday, with a large rgo of general merchandise for harbor crchants. There is a nice new baby at the home i Mr. and Mis. C. T. DeLosh. It's a pound boy, and arrived Saturday ght, October 21. Mrs. L. N. Alt and daughter Selina re rned last Saturday from their visit to latives and friends in St. Paul, Minn., id the World's Fair. Next Sunday morning at the Methodist urch in this city quite a number are to confirmed, or received in lull con ction with the church. The Northwest Lumberman, Chicago, s a lengthy article regarding (Jrays rbor, inspired by Fred. A. Hart, whi...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 October 1893

Farm, Orchard Garden EXTRACTS I'ROM liKPdRT 01' STATE BOAIiD OF i!()RTICILTt:UE. The next important discovery of scien tists in the aid and interest of horticulture was that in tin; analysis of plants, when it was discovered that plants wore com posed of the following ingredients: car bon, nitrogen, sulphur, potash, phospho rus, magnesium, hydrogen, oxygen, calcium and iron, and that a soil must possess all of these in order to he product ive ; it was also discovered that nearly all soils possessed these ingredients in inex haustible quantities, excepting three in gredients, which were: potash, phospho rus and nitrogen; these being in such minute quantities in the soil are likely to become exhausted, in such eases the land would soon become unproductive and barren, unless these ingredients were (-ap plied. This knowledge brought about the artificial fertilizers, which have proven such a boon lo the eastern horti culturist whose soil has become impover ished by repeated cropping. The...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 November 1893

ABERDEEN HERALD L VIII. I COPPER Jm** guaranteed. 1 ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL THE HOUSEHOLD. |*f ■ Love nml Marring);. L ISir Edward Strachey, in his paper on and Marriage in the September itfftlantic, savs: r. B" Yet, depend upon it as you grow older ■u will see more and more instances Jmd proofs of tlie reality and depth of love of husbands and wives for each in the most ordinary, common ft ance couples. I have heard of marriages sjjlicie love has died out from some canker j| selfishness or worldliness at its heart; AJpt I have oftener seen unexpected proof* U a love stronger than death in all sorts J people in whom 1 had never before dis fcvered any signs of sentiment or romance. Tflor must we forget, the many loving [Jouplcsin whoso ease love has come after J marriage which seemed to have had no |igher than prudential motives of one jtnd or another. Love, indeed, must bo alive by love, —love deep in the "*T§art, yet coursing through the minutest ITBins, and giving to every pow...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 November 1893

Aberdeen herald. .Thursday, November !!!!•;{ ISSI'KI) EVERY THURSDAY BY — JAMES 1". MRTOX. TKIIM3 OF SVIISCItII'TIOS: Ouo year, in advance <2 00 Six months ... I 00 Three months —. 75 Advertising rates on application. Kntered at the postothce 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 REPEAL. The Voorhees repeal bill has passed the senate just as it came from the commit tee, and will no doubt be speedily concur red in by the house, if it has not already by the time of this publication. Voting began on Friday when I'effer's amend ment. was voted down by I!!t to - _'S, eight een senators being paired ; then by a vote of 50 to !> the Voorhees substitute was put in the place of the Wilson bill, with the understanding that it should be sub ject to amendment the same as though it were the original bill. On Saturday al...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 November 1893

IHEF MENTION. I bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. )y Johnson was a passenger .for 1 on Wednesday morning's train, lennan was another Aberdeen o the World's Fair and Michigan irned on Saturday. nit heated feeliiitf—'Take N'ein as Trethrake returned on Natur al Ids extended business and trip through the eastern states, ieorge Spoon who has gone to o »pend the winter, instead of as stated in the 11kija i.i> last mr milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if t good milk and good meaurc. * AVall left yesterday morning for e home in Tucoma. Airs. AVall to join him there some time next Sherwood left this morning for ittia, to meet Mrs. Sherwood, who is pninu from her visit to relatives in ! !n°- I Euro for Colds, Fevers and General Do ty, Small Ililu Ik'ung. i!sc. per bottlu. s Flossie Bryant, sister of Mrs. J. d Mrs. 0. I?. AVeatherwax, left this ng for her home in Los Angeles, rnia. will be held in the Catholic inch liexl Sunday morning at 10 o'clock Jtual, Kev. Father Stuhl,C. S. S. K., Sating. ftt...

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

Farm, Orchard Garden EXTRACTS FROM UKPORT OF STATE BOARD OF lIORTICri.TI KK. The list of each of the different fruits" herein given have been selected hy a unanimous vote of the hoard, having been indorsed by local horticultural soci eties and experienced fruit growers of the state. APPLES. The apple will grow on a great variety of soils, but it seldom thrives on very dry lands, or soils saturated with water. Its favorable soil, in all countries, is a strong loam of a calcareous or limestone nature. A deep, strong, gravelly, marly or clayey loam or a gravelly subsoil produces the greatest crops and the highest flavored fruit, as well as the utmost longevity of the trees. Where the calcareous or lime nature predominates, it is found that trees grow well, aie thrifty, smooth barked, bear abundantly, and the fruit is of a high color and quality. If abundant crops are expected every year, the trees should not be allowed to overbear any one year, or if large crops are produced the soil m...

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

ABERDEEN HERALD JJottomTANl^ W GUARANTEED. ■ ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL HOUSEHOLD. Iking Them Over. Oman, the school was unruly and j 1 tliuin n Winter!" "They'd turn , the yard!" c respecters o' notliiu', the girls lu' 1111' poor;" ildn't lie foolish, nil I'd lnuke a r sure." ehool," so I pleaded. "Suchboys noblest o' men; noil); them. Oh, do try a woman 1 Peter Van Uorder, whose beard ivn 011 his chest, ryiu' it, let the woman do It her [ot stubborn wisdom, she'll soon li' her place, ;ht in among 'em with all o' her ways; lit in among 'em, an' when the past lislderin' further, cf a woman's last." en I'd talked them over, we met rosns bloomed. rith the heartiest welcome and irely illumined. most hearty, upon me, and one , meek as a dovv, govern them youngsters?" I "With praynr and with love." —Womankind. lIIIIIIIH for the llalr. op-knot has come down. If the back of the heads in the wiil see a neat and classical iof the hair at the head. No t a simple twist or knot, or jssibly a l...

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

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

MENTION. at Aberdeen Bakery, w enl to Montesano on > lor North Yakima on j on Monday fiom Fair. this morning for his Rapids, Mich. M left Wednesday niorn- in Tacoma. returned on Monday visit in Tacoma. of Montesano, is the city this week. the Pioneer Dairy, if I and good ineauro. * who was called home his father, returned to held in the Catholic next Sunday at 7:30 at 10:45 a. m. an effort will be remaining members to cornet band. family returned on being away about a Aberdeen their bottles,sugar Beuus. 25c. per bottle* left last Saturday for at Sliaftsburg, to be gone about three | to be elected on the j are: Mayor, four coun-: attorney, health returned last Friday j JHb' shooting at Damon's Wl lie bagged his share of snipe. showed us a sample which came from the was nearly as fine as make. night an Author's A held in lioquiam. Booths authors will be ar- time is expected. are slowly filling up. of the logging camps is back to town, and in from other places. ■Br. take one Small D...

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

Farm, Orchard Garden KAI.L APPLES. VARIETIES RECOMMENDED BY THE STATE BOARD Or IIOKTICI'LTIT.E. The Gravenstein, Waxen. Fall Pippin and Twenty Ounce have teen indorsed for all parts of the state, and are named as standards for fall fruit of the apple. The Gravenstein originated at Graven stein, in Holstein, and is thought one of the finest apples in the north of Europe. In the Pacific Northwest it seems to attain to a quality of superior merit to any other part of the union. The tree is very vig orous, spreading, forming a large, broad head, a productive and early bearer. The fruit is large, rather flattened, broadest at base. Skin is greenish yellow at first, but becomes bright yellow, and beauti fully dashed and penciled and marbled with light deep red and orange. Flesh is tender and crisp, with a high flavored, somewhat aromatic taste. It" season is September and October. It is first-class for Washington, being productive and profitable. The Waxen is supposed to have origin ated ...

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

ABERDEEN HERALD COPPER mvT=Tgp WOS& 3ottomT > ANIS e.v'Eft-/ guaranteed. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. E HOUSEHOLD. NOVEMBER. igh of the wild, wild rain »bs through the leafless trees; we ure mute with the Dain f Heaven's inharmonies! i throb of that deep unrest hat bursteth the binding chain rile in the human breast, B thine, November rain! lire of a baleful hate, 'he storm of a passion spent: Eve at the outer gate >i Glory's banishment! Jregs of a magic cup 'hat nature is holding still; dead blossoms lifted up c heart of each to thrill! 'one are the golden days! life's blood was dancing warm d and honied ways when skies might brew no storm! [bird to the southward flies, ■eeketh a sunny shore; re under glowering skies Is blue forever more! re on the azure rim Hiding the star on star, ing of the Seraphim, Where never storm clouds arc! About I'carlg. iw people are aware that the er is not in any way like the lich we eat. It is of an entirely pecie, and, as a matter of fact, ...

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

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

I MENTION. !,• at Aberdeen Bakery, i went to Montesano i left for Taeoma Tues-; i a passenger for the 1 doing business in the or Portland, Monday, i ;asure. man returned Monday ids in Olympia. will omit the regular •day afternoon. the Pioneer Dairy, if 1c and good ineaure. * ft Tuesday on business , expecting to be gone 1 feel inn—Take Weill lor Boy arrived in last ng on a cargo of 1 nul l's mill. and daughter Hazel ilay from their three latives in Michigan. C. Burgess left last to Portland, Walla e, returning yesterday, lins - ?" Weinliard's hitiff. illie Fjord sailed from lo.'s mill on Friday, j iber for San Francisco., t for San Francisco last; t a position in the the Union Iron Works s been issued by Mrs. n and Mrs. Alanson loon tea next Saturday, tch-slinpod bottles, susw Ileaiia. 20c. per bottle. of Montesano, spent y studying phrenology, orne Saturday by the r. in old friend of B. J. a been visiting in the steamer Point Loma, rancisco. deen Bakery for fresh pies, fruits and n...

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

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

ABERDEEN HERALD VOL. VIII. COPPER ptvt=tpp guaranteed. i THE HOUSEHOLD. flood-Bye. Wo say it for au hour or for years; Wo say it siniiing, say it choked with tears Wo say it coldly, say it with a kiss; And yet we have uo other word than thiß Good-bye. We have no dearer word for our heart's friend, For him who journeys to the world's far end, And scars our soul with goiug; thus we say, As to him who steps but over the way- Good-bye. Alike to those we love and those we hate, We say uo more in parting. At life's gate To him who passes out beyond Earth'ssight, We cry as to the wanderer for a night- Good-bye. She Should Sleep—The average woman dosen't sleep enough; and that is why she finds herself growing fretful and irritable, a prey to disorder. The increase of these troubles of the nerves is positively alarm ing ; and it is a real trouble and not an im aginary one, as some persons like to be lieve. The alleviation is in many eases, in the sufferer's own hands aud the other woman who ...

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

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, November 2.J, 11593. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY JAMES F. GIKTON. T K ItM SOF SUBSCBIPTION : One year, in advance 12 00 Six months 1 00 Tliree months 75 Advertising rates on application. Kutercd at the postottice at Aberdeen, Wash., as secoud 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 COMING ELECTION. Less than two weeks remain before the election, and as yet but little has been done or said about it, but we hope there has been 11 good deal of thinking, and that this apparent apathy does not mean the voter interested in good government intends to let it go by default and allow the vicious element to take snap judgment on the caucus. Aberdeen is the leading city in Southwestern Washington, and by right of situation should continue to become more so with each succeeding year. The next two years will be pivotal years in her his...

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

BKIEF MENTION. Fresh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery, j William Miner returned on Thursday ! from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reinboth arrived home on Monday. Mayor Little and Jack Statl'ord are log ging up the Hoquiam. Dennis Mahoney was taken to Monte sano this morning, by Sheriff Graham, to be examined as to his sanity. Mrs. 11. H. Evans and Mrs. J. R. Evans and daughter returned on Satur day from their visit in the east. Mrs. F. F. Smith arrived in the city last Thursday, from a visit to her parents in the northern part of the state. Don't go around with a cold, but get. a pair of Jeff's Cork Sole Shoes and keep your feet dry—for ladies and gentlemen. It may not suit the patrons of the rail road to be deprived of mail and the daily papers on Sunday, but what are we going to do about it? The second of the series of dances under the auspices of Gamages orchestra, last Saturday night, was a another pleas ant social event. Mrs. Girton and the children arrived Monday evening from the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 November 1893

bl'l'tU VrJ ; k;T«i 1(1. Thursday. November :io, !!!',>;{. issn.l) KVKKY Til r USD ay 11Y JAM !•!> r. (il KTON. TKIIM* Ob "IHSCUII'TION : One year, in advance fJ 00 Six months .. . 1 00 Three months ... . . 75 Advertising rates on application. t'.ntered at the postotnee at Aberdeen, Wash., a< second class mail matter. Notices of hirt hs, marrianos or deaths printed free, nhitnarics, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one lmlf regular read ing notice rates." THE CANDIDATES. The caucuses have been held, the kick ing done, the candidates nominated, and the choice left to the people. There has not been much kicking manifested, ex cept from those who were asked to run; neither is there as yet much of a choice for the reason that excepting in two in stances there is but one candidate, Mr. Wilson having declined to inn. The can didates arc, however, as representative as could be expected, men who will servo the city to the best of their ability. Never before has t...

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