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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 April 1891

MSG! OPENING! SATURDAY, MAY 2. SHOE STORE. i»Full Line of all Grades of Slioes. All New Goods and the Latest Styles. lee Shoes in widths from A to EE. Everything Guaranteed as Represented. mtWu BLER BLOCK, - - ABERDEEN, WASH. ISumtH, Pres. J. A.Takt, Vice fres. UeuYer. II.A. Havus, Cashier st National Bank j OF ABERDEEN, SEEN, - - WASH. til, $50,000 ' sracrel banking business Foreign lallc exchange bought and sold t DIRECTORS. ■With. B. f. Johnston. J. A. T»fi. ■SfM, A. H. Foote, Jas. Pa'tcarson, Fred Ward. ■JU&erfdent mtl.Koonma, Vice-President, I 0. 8. Thomas, Manager. •BEEN BUNK, I (I»COKPOKATEI>.) #&W« TO C. T. WOODING & CO. fHUTV, ■ $500,(100. Oldest and Strongest "kon Crays ita'bor. II USS? Bttiineis transacted; money J imtiabUnotes, real estate, mort-" of recognized stand 2Jf; being restricted as J*®* National "JJJliia position to c*n "wauy Hocurity offered. : UP RECEIVED. Draft citics of the United ™M the old wor i ( i. A n bnßi . eatruHted to us will receive ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 April 1891

AU'iilmi Un a hi. "Stainrtay, - - April SO. l«i»i TilA 17 IMA 7£. av, of th*' chief questions asked, and •rtei»ith«- *iist i-. "\Vh#l of your chmate?" Vetl. many thiuca; Uis not ivriwt, but j jivimbh *s nearly ao as you will tind on ,4.«. earth. During the wiuter of ISJKM>I me Wad uo snow up to the tirst of Febru •\?\ .and then only a few days v<f eold and j tight eoatinsof sm»w . The coldest night Uwwu the therm, meter stood at eighteen -A«r- above *ero. The rainy seas*«i Wains about the first »i IVvYiu.vr atul is ovvr by the mh) lie of Ajuil. This is our winter and during this time the rains are no heavi,- ilkut in the month of Ajvil in the middle ■•sates, (hvr half ol lh*> days M»<*n dates are as w arm aud baimy as the Ifsi of June i'» most states north of Mmi and lHxou's line." Yards are fitt'u. ho<*se ulaats blootu in the viva iir. alt kiu Is of out t * 1 ' ocvujvuio aie valued every 'yy in tlw> year. W* iiM' kli.is;e;v. s winds, ik> bit*SiUfds, .*• changes...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 April 1891

Aberdeen herald. Arril 30, 1891 k|jng & Taft Co., t, point to ttio Record of our Company for Our Recommendation. • pioneer real estate and invest- j I jtcompany of the city of Aberdeen | kepleasure in calling the attention i 'tbe hundreds of our patrons who j Kg thousands of dollars net , t our office, as well as the : f comei-s who wish to make safe j Vestments of their money to a (o (the many properties we shall' ueonthe market with the opening tie new year. jmuel Benn's (Central Addition: first on the list. This addition jjjjting of some six hundred lots, ,s its name indicates, almost in the uter of the best portion of the city, street, which is one hundred j,),, width, runs completely through * tract. This street is planked its length within the city limits n) jt is the judgment of a great u j who are well informed that it is jtined to be the principal street of ncity. The planking continues from hrket street up Washington, north id south, through their tract to Fifth from w...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 April 1891

II EX Aberdeen herald. Thursday, ■ Arril :io, iU9i ISBUKD EVERY TIII'KHOAY BY —- IF 1 . Tt. WALL, KDITOK AXfr PROI'KIKTOK. TKHMS OP SCBSCWI'TION : One year. In advance . *-i*" Six months ... 1 M Three months '■ Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postotllce at Aberdeen, Wnsh., is second class mail matter. News and all items of interest, solicited from •ill p:irts of the county. The name of the sender should appear. Address all communications to rhe AHKHDEKN HKKAI.I). Wr do not hold ourselves responsible for the views o.' opinions expressed hy our correspond ents. We reserve the rt*ht to reject on; andull matterof a personal nature, where it reflectsto rhe individual discredit of any one. Wo want &>od roads—'/'inns. So say we all. To The Man On The Lone Wharf the name of John H. Muling in a sort of anti climax foi all his rages. What argument is them again?/ build ing needed roads? —IVas/iiiigtiviian. None whatever. Now, will the iVat/i --ingtonian answer, what va...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 April 1891

[$" • WE ALWAYS LAED, ® Tffij , WE+ARE*NEVER*UNDERSOLD "7 jgg — ;Jr J Our (ustomers Interests arc Our Own, ami We Give BETTER GOODS for the Money than Any Other Dealer in the Country. j w* • j / We would wish to inform you that we are prepared to show von rv TlfT |A A T 1 T 1 i fll * 1 I complete stock op all goods in our line. I. W. PA Ki\ ELL, Merchant Tailor. — S|& And will sell them 11s low or lower than they can be bought a tany place in I "'' s t ,ar t of the country. II ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON, |W | j WEATHER SIGNALS. yarar A'ain or Tempera- (,'<>/</ fa r Snow. ture Signal. Wave. v . 3 refers to temperature. When placed .iiti>No lor 2, it iudlcates warmer weather; •ton placed below No. 1 or 2, it indicates wider weather; wheu not displayed, the iudi- SionK are that the temperature will remain 2Jj o,i,ry.0,i,ry. No. 4 is not displayed unless a teni- Sitiire of *> d Brees or lower is expected. Sri n No. 4 is displayed, No. 8 is always jutted. Thedailv prediction...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 April 1891

Thursday. - • April 40, 1891. About fifty miles north of the Colum bia river is the entrance to Gravs harbor, from the Pacific ocean, long known to navigators as the most accessible and safest harbor on the coast. The lar t a - ries a depth of from eighteen to twenty three feet ot water at low tide, ...... u 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 ]x>int at its eastern end, where it is met by theChehalisand \N ishkah rivers. In the harbor there are three well defined channels offering ample anchorage room and merging into one broad, deep channel nr 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, wheie the volume of water, being more confined, has swept them awav, and the watei is deep up to the very shore line. At the head of ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 April 1891

lerdeen Herald, i . - April 30, 111 1 PjJTßooky Mountain Statu:. 'IB - Liable that the mining iuducti Jfbern prosecuted in the IWt. rt Ki*t#s at BUcl ' • ,rollt :iH ' lt ,!i jue. The geoloc of vuiic; wricts i" beconuij: l.ettor hi (through the wo k >•( il. u • #v eyKof the knof itN'Hl engm- ei- caiT.vinjt < begun i.j the ' niie Logical survey. Minim: i are hei'omi.ig more lnteli ode, a" d enterprise systematical!) Really managed. m operations which, fr. in th , ihe Comstock bonanzas unii eliine o( the discovery of tlie ric lie orhouate ore bodies of Leao- Jbeen regarded in the li>?ht. I -rt'utive enterprises, are no\ -Innkeil U|ion as legitimate bnsi uleitakinif, an I are being .on lhe tact, ais >, is becom llinilerstood and appreciated thai (lertiind intelligent management aiiuing investment is safer ami Uptinterest on its capital than Tiie largely increased outpu bIJ, silver, lead and copper niine.- states, the increased divi l„lare l.cing paid, and the mim companies t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 April 1891

Aberdeen Herald, Thursday, - - April 30, IH9I APROPOS OF ROADS. (Communicated.) Editor Hkrald: As you have in vited any one who is interested in the question of bonding the county to build roads to give their views through the columns of the Hkrald, I avail myself of the privilege; and to commence, 1 would express myself as not in favoi of the present proposition. In the first place, roads should be built to develop our agricultural lands and to encourage the settlement of best agricul tural districts, and to allow the settlers to gjt the products of their farms to mar ket; not for the benefit of any particular town or towns. To mv way of thinking, to sow broadcast $224,500 on the roads of this county, as proposed, would be the heighth of folly. When the money is spent, we will 6nd that we have only a lot of muddy trails, r-hich will be im passible for a team with a loaded wagon to travel more than half the year, as is the road from the head of the Hoquiam river to Stevens' prairie....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 May 1891

fol. y. SURVEY OF PUBLIC LANDS. Instructions Concerning Material Faots for the Application. The subjoined instructions in regard to implications for the survey of public linds in this state are of general interest to settlers desiring suiveys, and a strict compliance with these instructions is ab «oiotely necessary before the surveror; g*nflral can recommend to the depart ment that the surveys desired may be ! Mthoriied. The appropriation for public land sur- j «jrs is liberal, and all legitimate surveys ' cu be made when the proper applica- i lions and affidavits are forwarded to the myeyor general. Mr. George N. Hodgdon, of Pearl | street, Seattle, was recently put to con- j adorable trouble and expense because he : 'dtdnotiaclude several material points in ! his affidavit and application for survey ! because do especial form is required. He asked instiuctions from the surveyor j (Moral and received the following: "Dearsir: In regard to applications lor the survey of public lands,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 May 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, » - May 7, 1891 Telephone Rates. Tlie o't-repeated assertion that tele phonic service cannot be afforded at a lower rate than that which prevails in most of our large cities, and the oft-re peated statement, on the part of the American Bell monopolists, that "the larger the business, the larger the ex pense" (which is contrary to all known data of commercial science), have of late received a most convincing set-back. As everybody knows, the fundamental Bell intents have expired in Great Britain.' In 1893, the same patents will expire in the United States. By reason of certain adverse judicial decisions, there exists just across the border—in Canada—a state of affairs which is plainly indicative of what will take place here in 1893. To day Montreal furnishes the cheapest tele phonic service on this continent. The long-established "Bell" company de mands only |25 a year for either residen tial or business houses. The opposition company, the Federal Telephone...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 May 1891

'm LEAD-- — . fflt I WE*ARE*NEVER*UNDERSOLD T" | Onr Customers' Interests are Our Own, and We Give BETTER GOODS for tlie Money to Any Other Dealer in Hie Country. § j We would wish to inform you that we are prepared to show you f \ TTT I\ A HUTTIT T" "l'r t — complete stock op all goods in ouR line. C. W. PA RjS ELL, Merchant Tailor. — ; * nd will sell them as low or lower than they can be bought a tany place in w th, B part of the country. ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON, fit WEATHER SIGNALS. Qur or Rain or Tempera- Cold for. Snow. ture Signal. 11 ar< -e. •o. 8 refers to temperature. When placed .tote No. lor 2, it indicates warmer weather; •ken placed below No. 1 or 2, it indicates ZStr weather; when not displayed, the iudi- LfJjnns arc that the temperature will remaiu ZSonarv No. 4ls not displayed unless a tem iiWre of 4"> degrees or lower is expected, fken No. 4 Is displayed, No. 3 is always Tktdsllv predictions for the weather are re mind daily hr the board of trade, and the Sidlapl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 May 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - - - May ?. 1891. THE CUM ATE. One of the chief questions asked, and often. the first is, "What of vonr climate?" Well, many things! It is not perfect, but probably as nearly so as yon 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 days of cold and a light coating of snow. The coldest night known the therm jiueter stood at eighteen derees above zero. The rainy season begins about the first o! December and is over by the middle of April. This is our winter and during this time the rains are no heavie than in the month of April in the middle states. Over half ol the days betwees. these dates are as warm and balmy as th«.* first of Jane in mos' states north of "Mason and Dixon's line." \ardsare green, house plants bloom in the open air, all kinds of out door occupations are pursued every day in the year. We have no dangerous winds, no blizzards, no sudden changes from heat to cold, and...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 May 1891

| ¥ . - May 7, 1891. | JEENT OF ANGER.! I □ the history of the court had there been the doors as when the Brownlow's trial. The he accused in social wealth, and, perhaps, his extraordinary de jsappearanee of his wife, i interest to the utmost. «rt were there in abun t of fashionably-dressed mtly at the door of the old be opened to admit Inally had to be adopted tcept the witnesses and Btimately related to the in the trial itself, and y room was uncomforta judge entered at a few ileven o'clock, and, im lim, Mr. Brownlow was eed in the prisoners' box. d to delay' the regular i included the formal ac scuring of a jury from luch as Mr. Brownlow •fusing to employ coun getting a jury was oom one. At one point the the court as a juror was r admission into the box, Isk if the law allow# illenging jurors who e court. "You may ise, or, if good cause illowed the right of lilenges." 1 Mr. Brownlow, "I this man." rt,in astonishment, ted yet by the prose irour challenge until iMcution withe* him ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 May 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - - - May 7, 1891. ISSUED KVKRY THURSDAY IT. JE&. W ALL, EDITOR AND MIOI'KIKTOK. TEttMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $2 00 Bix months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., h* second class mail matter. News and all items of interest, solicited from all parts of the county. The name of the sender should appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN HERALD. Wk <io not hold ourselves responsible lor the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the rinht to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflects to tho individual discredit of any one. Register and vote. In order that you may vote, register. If you don't register, you don't vote. We want good roads; but we don't want to pay half a million dollars for no roads. The tax payers will have to pay the bonds, and will liaye 110 roads to show where his money has gone. It is a plain case ...

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

lerdeen Herald. - - May 7, 1891. liunicated.) rE THE HOTEL. id we use brick for our ipense will be, at the pin as great. What ie to offset this great ise? None, upon the for in this climate a well plastered wooden j dampness much bet nd affords all that is i. And, as to beauty, i eminently suited to i business fronts where juired, is too clumsy i color to make an ar ding. It Ims a plain, ability of appearance id from the pleasing, which it is to he hoped will assume. It is a rtistic value of wood in ings that has bought 1 modern hotels that hionable of America's The Ocean House at wing Wissahicken Inn liiladelphia, where so i Fhiladelphians now r, the Hotel Castleton the Hotel Kainier in itels, all of wood and lore than the proposed ■deen. j not for a moment up ; style of wooden build perpetrated in Aber »in the past we have i ot wooden structures, :we should turn our trial which is winning f the country and is so 1 to the climate and in of the country, is objection, however, of bri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 May 1891

1 f J GRAYS /IA KB OK. About fifty miles north of the Colum bia river is the entrance to Gravs harbor, from the Pacific ocean, long known to navigators! as the most accessible and safes harbor on the coast. The bar cai ri es ala pth of from eighteen to twenty three feet ot water at tow tide, 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 its eastern end, where it is met by the Cliehalisand Wielikah rivers. In the harbor there are three well defiued 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 nuid flats 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 very shore line. At the head of the har bor the cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 May 1891

Ju. EnKEN ROUND THE RIM. I (Khat the Felloes Are Maying.) IS (Hoquiam schools will clow on Hi > •Ptt «t. Mil ftwbyieriitn church has been organ ! iiOcosta leti «neh<>ol district at Humplulips city Ken divided. I her home in Montesano, 1 Won, of heart failure, May 4, 1891, C.i Unit E. Moody, aged 35 years, » y: huH 6 clays. >| d-At lief home near thin c'ty on the | ; nt. alter a long and painful illness, J® Jonuttu Himes, aged 38 yearn and ilhi.-Ehna Chronicle. Kf/ ,f. H. Kteile,« voung law\or, while **S pining on the mini flats near Ho | i,got into a quagmire, and'but l'ur ! (rvßiotancc would have lost his life. littiaon has shipped his horses and ~1 tA pad outfit by the steamer Jt)€l ntcto South Bend, at which place | («cur«l ii contract for grading.— !tO«,l (If. Aifcjb [tag T: Hvele Capt. Lawaon, took b riwouers out o er the bar on Thurs flilt woek, and it was not a veiy for lor schooners, either.— Wa"h --1 aim. rrfi 4 iff Hearth and Miss Ollie Robinson, lAj nflliiscon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 May 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - - - May 14, 1891. Till CLIMA TE. One of the chief questions asked, and of (en, the first is, "What of your climate?" Well, many things! It is not perfect, but probably aw nearly so as you will find on this earth. During the winter of 1890-91 we hail no snow up to the first of Febru ary, and then only a few days of cold and a light coutingof snow. The coldest night known the therm jnieter stood at eighteen derees above Hero. The rainy season begins about the first o{ December and is over by the middle of April. This is our winter and during this time the rains are no lieavie than in the month of April in the middle slates. Over half oi the days between these dates are as warm and balmy as the first of June in most states north of "Mason and Dixon's line." Yards are green, house plants bloom in the open air, all kinds of out door occupations are pursued every day in the year. We have no dangerous winds, no bliuards. 110 sudden changes from heat to cold, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 May 1891

Aberdeen Herald. . - May 14., 189t. publication May 9. 18P1.J Ordinance No. 58. finance granting a franchise to Antler Young and his assigns to a swing or drawbridge over the Wishkah river from the KSecond street in France's Addi- S to the foot of Young street in Si, Aberdeen, within the corpo- Llimits of the City of Aberdeen, Council of the City of Aberdeen .Jain as ' olloWB: SffloN 1. That there be and is here rtlted to Alexander Young and his m the fit?' 1110 construct and put up lice truss iron and wood swing or • bridge over ami across the Wish 'nver within the city of Aberdeen, L and subject to the restrictions miafter imposed. ' 2 Said bridge shall be located £ foot of Second street in France's Etion to the City of Aberdeen, and II extend thence across the \\ lshkah ito the foot of Young street in North -) W n and shall be so built with ref to the lines of said streets that the inline of the roadway of said bridge II extend as nearly as practicable , the center of one of said...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 May 1891

*' i; ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY IF. Tt. "W .A. H- IJ , EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $2 00 81x months 1 00 Th**ee mouths ........ . 75 Advertising rates on Application. r.ntered at the pontoffiee Al>erdeen, Wash., ss second class mail matter. News and all items of interest, solicited from nil parts of the county. "l it* mini" of thesender should appear. Address all communication? to the ABERDEEN' HEUAI.It. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the riehtto reject any :tu>i all matter of a personal nature, where it reflect* to the Individual discredit of any one. BOND OR FREE. As yet the advocates of the bonding proposition have entirely failed, or have made no attempt, to show that the prop osition has any of the essential advant ages that was claimed for it in the begin ning. They acknowledge that the money called for will not give a single transpor tation route along the ...

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