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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 March 1891

■ CURRENCY. ■A with the Press.) bankers' association. bankers of Cheha- agree to conform of charges for ex checks or drafts —Hums to $25, 10 $00, 15 cents; to $80. ■) to $100, 25 cents; over ■ 1 per cent.; over $400 cent. charge not less than 25 Hr; draft* returned un sender; each paper ■o—customers excepted. Bank, 6. S. First National Bank Hayes,cashier; Bank L. Gilkey, cashier; of Hoquiam, H. W. of Elma, J. VVake- National Bank, Hedges, cashier; 'F. Co., Ocosta. in the season but it H)f place to remark that to celebrate the this year, of which given at the proper ■ remarked, on seeing a at their trough: need of naming those would know they were a daily mail. of Masons will begin ■ a fine hall within six mimissioners authorized lie Young bridge across Br with a draw of 125 ?hna, has ordered a brick If be remembered that shed some of the brick Montesano. 'illie will hereafter run to ay of each week, instead The remainder of her imain unchanged, the effect that Dr. Whart-' , has been...

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 March 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thnrsday. - - - Marfb. 19, 1891 Copps SettlWs Guide. Revised. Hrnrv N. Copp, the Washington 'D.C.) land lawyer, has revised and reprinted his .Settler's Guide, the seventeen!.' edition. In view of the recwnt confusing legislation of congtess, this book is an indispensable assistant for all *ho are. t-r expect to be, interested in public lauds. Kettle* will save money by purchasing it. and ad who expect to take up land any time in the future should get posted and save expensive mistakes. A chapter, illustrated with numerous cuts, show? how to tell township, section, and quar ter-s -ction comers and cxplaius the sys • tern of surveys. It gives full information about the himeatetead, preemption, timber culture, desert land, and other laws. The price of the book is -5 cent--. Address the author. It will teil you who is entitled to enter land; how continuous your residence must be; what improvements you must ■take; what affidavits you must swear u>; about contests ari...

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 March 1891

Hleen Herald. - - March, 26, 1891 TAFT COMPANY. Be Record of Our Compa r Recommendation. I leer real estate and in iinpany of the city of like pleasure in calling Kll of the hundreds of e who have realized lof dollars net profit Bice, as well as the p who wish to make kients of their money' [the many properties place on the market [opening ot the new Benn's Central Addi- I first on the list. This fonsisting of some six Its, is as its name indi ct in the center of the nof the city. Market cli is one hundred feet runs completely e tract. This street is i entire length within and it is the judg great many who are jied that it is destined irincipal street of the e planking continues :et street up Washing and south, through to Fifth street, from it it goes due west and he city of Aberdeen >wn of Hoquiam. This ;s perfectly level, and 1 ready for a building. the growth of the ness center is toward ty. I a few weeks the J acific railroad will s into South Aber /e Aberdeen rail con h Pnge...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 March 1891

Aterdeen Herald. Thursday - - March. 26. I8S»1 EVERY THCRADAY JT. JR. W^X-.L, kmtok \.vn ritopßiKWK. rtsjis or swcurnos: O\* ye *** tdntict - « - \ *z» ... I • T w? if »»atiis "J AdveKisiut mtwofl tffttnttM. t nter*d i! the poflMk* *t Aberdeen. W. T., <fv\)ud rlas» Rt«i' sn*'t»r \e*< and *11 item? «l »Jli«lf4 K'c *U MuoottbccouMtr. Thfoaattfl ;he*ecder .Sonl I Address »ll wainsva!f*tion« :u -aeABKKPKEN HHKiUI MTt^o»ot h.xM ottntlm "he »was «aqK*ss«4 by oar <s>rj«jv";d --« a*?. We wwrw (he rich* ;o rejev! «ay *nd ail SMtMrof * t*»n*>»»l nature. where i! reflects to The individual of *a> .mk. Abetvtven and Hoqaiam will gr » to _vth»r whether »wk for it or sysinsl ; t. Yoii can help the growth. though. !>t v orkitic (f the omjojislj'wo. Is should *je daue. Tbe h oses in Ahervieen ik«hl numbering. We hive Xtv>w n to tSv*t it is an absolute necessity. 1 «<( u< kivji up with Atwfcfn's rapid •Cite. Ac:try Governor Laugiiton i# ralfhine :! on a!i si«l s fcr his...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 March 1891

■deen Herald. !- March 26, 1891. LTHER SIGNALS. Rain or Tempera- Cold Sninv. ture Signal. Wave. to temperature. When placed 2, it indicates warmer woaiher; below No. 1 or 2, it indicates ■: when not displayed, the indi at the temperature will remain j. 4 Is not displayed unless a tem degrees or lower is expected, s displayed, No. 8 is always sdictions for the weather are re >y the board of trade, and the from the pole over the board's f combination of flans can be referring to the above cxplana ptains will do well to consult »efore saillns. LOCAL <1 ]£ r Alliance was up on her onday. ssed the line last Saturday I blowout. erson is having a cottage street, near I. ler is putting a two-story first street, near B. sisters, of Alaska, at the irch, Friday evening. . good cook at the Hotel runken junipers need apply. :hmidt have dropped their hop one door nearer the s having a fine two-story ding put up on Wishkah s. O. M. Kellogg gave an iption," last Wednesday i girl to do general...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 March 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - - March 26. 1891. ABERDEEN. GRAYS HARBOR. About fifty miles north of the Colum bia river is the entrance to Grays harbor, from the Pacific Ocean, long known to navigators as one of most accessible and safest harbors on the coa't. The bar car ries a det-th of from eighteen to twenty three feet of water at low tide, which increases from ten to fifteen feel at high title. The entrance, or channel, isabout a mile wide, and the extreme width of the harbor is twelve miles, gradually tapering to a point at its eastern end, w here i: is met bv theChehalisand Wishkah rivers. In the harbor there are three w ell defined channels offering ample anchorage room and merging into one broad, deep channel or roadstead,*near the head of the harbor. These channels are separated from each other and from the shore proper by ex tensive mud flats up to the point of their convergent?, wlieie the volume of water, being more confined, has swept them away, and the water is deep u...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 March 1891

s of the Grays Harbor Building and Loan Association. ARTICLE I. NAUR AND OBJECT. on 1. This association shall be known I Grays Harbor Building and Loan on." 2. The principal place of business of [•iation shall be in the city of Aberdeen, Washington. 3. That the object of said Association to raise funds by the sale of its capital 1 ether usual methods; to make loans lembers on interest, to aid them in ; and improving their homes and for rpose*, upon such mortgage and other as may be lawful; to acquire property, the same be obtuinec by virtue of sale iv mortgage judgment or other lien, or uise; and to hold, improve, and sell i for the purpose of providing homes er buildings for its members and for Y.'ul purposes. ARTICLE 11. CAPITAL STOCK. on 1. The capital stock of the Asso ba.ll be five hundred thousand dollars 1.00), divided into five thousand (5,000) one hundred dollars ($100.00) each. 2. The stock shall be issued by the f to each new shareholder on the pay fifty cents per share a...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 March 1891

NORTHWEST FRUIT INTERESTS. Ever since the pioneers first took their white topped wagons across the Rocky Mountains and conquered the canyons of Snake and Powder rivers, to reduce to the plow the wilderness of the Columbia rivei basin, wheat has been the one sta ple agricultural crop. It was, to be sure, early learned that this was the natural h-nne of all the fruits of the temperate /.one. that th apple-, plum, cherry and p ir ri achi'd here a superior size and flavor. ; d were pr. lr.ee I in a quantity else" !i • tii-known", and that the grai>e, pea.:!i. >: asid other fruits of semi tropic clime- also reached a high state of perfection, but there was no market for such products, save in a limited way, and tons ot the finest quality of fruit annuallv rotted on the ground, while orchards that had been planted, none of them very -xtensive in size, were neelected and pe-mitted to go to ruin. All that wa? ieft a few years ago of the early efforts at pomology were a few moss grown ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 April 1891

UNTY COINS. by the Local Mints.) Hoi.E A SAW MILL. Hmarkahle and unusual steal H from Gate City, about ■ east oi here. Gate City Creek are two rival Hd each is anxious to outdo in the establish ■ industry. In the dead of ■ Yocum, proprietor of the Hi at Gate City made his to Independence. He portable machinery and HL of the small saw mill, standing but the frame When Yocum got City he gave the stolen of black paini to disguise to eiect the stolen mill, discovered, however, bound over in $200 bail May term of the supe- Chronicle. ■s to have her water works parties. Bn Union telegraph lines as far as Montesano m wharf. of Daniel Gillies, of |Hccidentally killed by the of a neighbor, the 23d ult. department advertises for of a life saving Bco beach. Bids must be general passenger and H the Northern Pacific, with St. Paul, and other road visited the Grays B last week. Harbor City will help un the coming Fourth year I hat city will be ■ its fire crackers and shoot ■ in Grays Harbor. —Gra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 April 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - - * April a. 1891. ABEKDEIEN. GRAYS HARKOR. About fifty miles north of the Colum bia river is the entrance to Grays harbor, from the Pacific Ocean, long known to navigators as one of most accessible and safest harbors on the coast. The bar car ries a depth of from eighteen to twenty three feet of water at low ti.Je, which increases from ten to fifteen feet at high tide. The entrance, or channel, isabout a, mile wide, and the extreme width of the harbor is twelve miles, gradually tapering to a point at iis eastern end, where it is met by the Chehalis and Wishkah rivers. In the harbor there are three well defined channels offering ample anchorage room and merging into one broad, deep channel or roadstead, near the head of the harbor. These channels are separated from each other and from the shore proper by ex tensive mud flats up to the point of their convergence, whete the volume of water,, being more confined, has swept thenv away, and the water is dee...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 April 1891

■:nt paragraphs. land is a very small state, but r gubernatorial tickets ir. the ear, and she has no farmers' [her. ipe" seems disposed to make rof this country. It will not to get along without this portation. lew play —"Ghosts" —having filthy for the London stage, pearance in the United Mates fidently predicted. Gorman is to be presented er punch bowl by the Balti- K'rats. The punch that the farmers' alliance will try to lis fall isn't the kind usually L [o, California, and Peusacola, bcording to a report of the epital bureau, have the honor the lowest death rate of any e United States. Charleston, ilina, has the highest, a growing suspicion that editor ;terson has been actuated more i to gain free some valuable Brtising for his paper than by promote political harmony in utterances and writii gs. stated that it will be necessary fcrmany's* consent before the iea difficulty can be arbitrate#, s been more trouble to Uncle nil the rest of his big domain, !y has been benefitted by its...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 April 1891

Aberdeen Herald. nmrsda-, - - April 2, 1391 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY by — ZEP. B. WA.L L, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TKBMK OF SUMCBIfTIO.H: One year, in advance 00 S x month* •- . • * !]? T:» rec month* Advertising r:»tcson application. \ntered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, ffaih., <» second class mail mat: r News and all Items of interest, solicited from all parts of the county. Tue name of tint sender • hoiiM appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN HERALD. >Vb<lo not hold onreelvea responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the riiht to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflects to the individual discredit of any one. Investigate Aberdeen's advantages, be fore locating elsewhere. If yon haven't registered you can't vote on the proposition bond the city jor water works There is some talk of President Har rison paying Western Wasliington a visit. What a great thing i' would be for the democracy. Aberdeen is...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 April 1891

■•(leen Herald. ■ - - April 2, 1891 LTHER SIGNALS. Jfain or Tempera- Cold Show. turf Signal. IVave. ito temperature. When placed 2, it iudicates wanner weather; below No. 1 or 2, it indicates r; when not displayed, the indi lat the temperature will remain <>. i is not displayed ash ss a tern* > d grees or lower is expected, is displayed, No. 8 is ulwhvs edfetions for the weather are rc by the board of trade, and the 1 from the pole over the board's y combination of flags can be referring to the above explana ptains will do well to consult >efofe sailing. LOCAL will soon have a land pile 11l $10 a ton at the Harbor [harf. advertisement this week of ines & Co. hnith is having a handsome on 11. street. & Myer are having a new to their «igar store. Ueenite uow gets his Portland he day of publication. ril Fool laid an egg on our heard him cackling over the fof the laborers at Nelson's |np are suffering from la |)lg is having a building 35x40 ip on Herou street, opposi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 April 1891

Aberdeen herald. Thnrsday, - - - - Arril i, 1891 (Aberdeen - —Continued.) THE CLIMATE. One of the chief questions asked, and often the. Srst is," What of your climate ?" Well, many things! It is not perfect, but probablv as nearly so as you will find on this earth. During the winter of 1890-91 we had no snow up to the first of Febru ary. and then only a few Jays of cold and a light coating of snow. The coldest night known the therm jnieter stood at eighteen degrees above zero. The rainy season begins about the first of December and is over by the middle of April. This is our w inter and during this time the rains are no heavier than in the month of April in the middle states. Over half ot the days between these dates are as warm and balmy as the first of June in most states north of "Maaon and Dixon's !ine." Yards are green, house plants bloom in the open air, all kinds of out door occupations are pursued every day in the year. \\ e have no dangerous winds, no blizzards, no sudden c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 April 1891

H Taft Co., I the Record of any for Our lendation. Ileal estate and invest |£ the city of Aberdeen I calling the attention ■ of our patrons who pusands of dollars net I office, as well as the lo wish to make safe I their money to a ly properties we shall rket with the opening k's Central Addition ke list. This addition ■ne six hundred lots, Idicates, almost in the let portion of the city, [which is one hundred Ins completely through ■ street is planked its ■thin the city limits (judgment of a great lell informed that it is ■he principal street of tanking continues from hp Washington, north Kgh their tract to Fifth Ich point it goes due lets the city -of Aber- Iwn of Hoquiam. This tfectly level, and every I building. Every day Ihc city's business cen ts property. r weeks the Northern [will run its trains into p and give Aberdeen Lwith Puget sound and [ think very well of L for the reason that pted piece of property 11w,.y traffic and ship h. Washington. It ha;- [ deep water front, pl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 April 1891

A LESSON IN SPELLING. It Will Also Serve to Test Your Pro nunciation. The most skilliul gauge I ever knew was a maligned cobbler armed with a poinard, who drove a peddlei s wagon, u-ing mullein *ialk as an instrument trf c.ioti-ion, to tyrannize over his pony, siiod with calks. He was a German Sad dicee, and had a phth;seky catarrh, diphtheria, and the billions, intermittent erysipelas. A certain ei'yl, with the sobriquet of "Gypsy , 1f went into ecstaca e'es of ca* ' inm\ti')n at seeing him meas ure a busllel of peas, and separate sac charine tomatoes from a heap of |>otatoes, without dveing or singeing the iguitablc •I'ieue which he wore, or becoming par alyzed with a hemorrhage. Lifting her ov r to the ceiling r>f the cup do of the c.ipitol to conceal her unparallelled em barrassment, making a rough courtesy, and not harrassinar him with mystifying, rarefying and stupefying innuendoes, she gave him a couch, a bouquet of lillies, mignonette, and fuchsias, a treati«e on mnemo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 April 1891

Hr CASTINGS. Turns Out the Larg- Ever Made on Harbor. n foundry is usually a but especially lias this nee work began on the itie barges and ships n_w ■of last week, one of the 1,700 pounds, for the completed at the was cast Its into the moulds on the These cylinders are Bid are the largest that on the Harbor. Under ■of K. D. While and Peter have been perfect was began on the H the stern-wheel steamer ■ having built tor the local power for this by two engines, which . will measure (■The entire lot of inachin- this steamer will be H repaid for visiting the work of casting is go- HKissing cauldron, tilled with B, of the color and consist ■ sputtering and bubbling grimy faces of the work- By the white glare of the some awkwari. move is heard a muttered ex- savors of fire and the Almighty's unfortunate blunder. calls to inind the unpleasant country— ■fargrocf ttps with in the days of uur auggwHve of a futu-e visited entirely with scape the sputtering iron Hk-hanceß are your curiosity you...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 April 1891

Atenteeii Herald. Thursday. - - - April 2. 1891. ABERDEEN. GRAYS HARBOR. About fifty nii.es north of the Colurn- .'s> i' ,# * "•■♦•■iim'm toGravs harbor. '/fx.'Ue . aiiifC >*- '■[< Knoiu to *.» ' i r*c: ■ .ecedbiu c-.d »,.: hw van fjj t li* icaei T• e f. ispi'o ' ' " tiriir ' three feet of water at low tide, increases from ten to fifteen feet at high tide. The entrance, or channel, isaboot a mile wide, and the extreme width of the harbor is twelve utiles, gradually tapering to a point at its eastern end, where it is met by the Chehalis and Wislikah rivers. In the harbor there are three w ell defined channels offering ample anchorage rootn and merging into one broad, deep channel or roadstead, near the head of the harbor. Ihese channels are separated from each other and from the shore projier by ex tensive mud fiats up to the point of their convergence, wheie the volume of water, being more confined, has swept them away, and the water is deep up to the verv shore line. At th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 April 1891

Err OF ANGER; of Mr. and Mrs. loWs Quarrel. KOHERT HOTE. CHAPTER I. N their return from the theater the serv ants of Mr. and Mrs. Brownlow saw with the greatest aston ishment that neither of them was at home- Habitually, when their master and mis tress dined out, they returned towards eleven o clock. On this particular even ing the lady's maid sat up waiting for theirreturn. At three o'clock in the morn- Irnlow returned alone. The led, asked for her mistress, come home," was the gruff u can go to bed." irning the servants rose early the event. They began to in facts. On the day before the who was acquainted with a or, had received some tickets Theater. Knowing that the aistress were to dine out, she permission to go out with the rvvnlow, who was in the room t, said that ho had no need of ; they might take him with 11 the servants had left at ie'lviug Mrs. Browlow dressed t and her husband finishing a had not sent for a carriage; b stand a feiv steps from the weather was dry. From th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 April 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - - - April 9. 1891. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY HY IF. :R/. w .A. n- m., KIHTOK AND PROPHIETOK. TKRMS OK SUBKCRirTIOM : one year. In advance 12 00 x months 10® Tireemnnths ' J Advertising ration application. Entered at the postoflice at Aberdeen, Wash., second class mail matter. News and all Items of interest, solicited from ill parts of the county. The nmne of the sender should appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN HERALD. Wb do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the riaht to reject any and all matter of a persoual nature, where it reflects to the individual discreditof any one. Vote wet. Do vou drink—water? Then vote for the bonds. It may be a dry season. Vote for the water bonds. Much better to be bonded than burnt up. Vote for the water bonds. Do you believe cleanliness is next to godliness? Then v-.-te for the waterbonds. In the end, Heron street will have to bo planked. Why ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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