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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 May 1891

B WE ALWAYS LEAD—® ~g| j I WE*ARE*NEVER*UNDERSOLD » | ( < J ! | Our Customers' Interests are Our Own, and We Give BETTER GOODS for the Money than Any Other Dealer in the Country. f j j u e would wish to inform yon that we are prepared to show yon fi ur X v . miTTIT T , r , ___ • : COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL GOODS IN OUR LINE. C. W. PA Rj\ ELL, Merchant J ailoi*. I I li An ' , wllTO,lthem 88 lo * u or lower than they can be bought a tanyflace in ; _5!l "art of the country. ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON, WEATHER SIGNALS. fjaur Rain or Tempera- Cold fo r . Snrnv. tun Signal. Il'atv. V„ a refers to temperature. When placed .MeNo 1 or' 2, it indicates warmer weather; d»i Dlaced below No. 1 or 2, it indicates Srier weather; when not displayed, the iiuti- Si» are that the temperature will remain Eary >>'"• 1 1" not displayed unless a tem- Mtme of 45 <1 urees or lower is expected, fku So. 4 is displayed, No. 3 is always «itted. thedailv predictions for the weather are re tired dailv bv the bo...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 May 1891

GA'AVS /LA A'BOA'. About fifty miles north of the Colum bia river is the entrance to Gravs harbor, front the Pacific ocean, long known to navigatorsj us the most accessible and safes harbor on the coast. The bar car r't ex a lo pth of from eighteen to twenty three feet ol water at low tide, »uiui 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 Chehulis and Wishkah rivers. In the harbor there are three well defined channels offering ample anchorage room anil merging into one liroad, 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 fiats up to the point of their convergence, wheie the volume of water, j lteing more confined, has swept them • away, and the water is deep up to the I verv shore line. At the head of the bar...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 May 1891

Aberdeen Herald. WZ :% - - May U, 18»1. FOMENT OF ANGER. 1 CHAPTER VL ■e turned to the prisoner and had not any witnesses whom he iava hoard in his behalf. Mr. quietly responded that there he had told bis story, that was r him. ive any thing to say to the jury, the judge, addressing the pris lore, "you have the opportunity f." ilow's address was brief: "Gen ie jury," said he, "the hazard of r lot has gathered upon your ye citizens, strangers to each giug to the most diverse classes ons, each one occupied with any ' than oriminal psychology, and red, undoubtedly, to discern the he false or to draw the reality list of the clever sophistries af rosecution, well drilled as It is, 5 as it loes the judicial apparei prosecution renders solemn In ,ke with better effect upon your . You would, therefore, be very ' it should sometimes occur that nminals and condemn the inno the affair which is to-day sub ou is too simple for your con le led astray, and you will need i great effort of good comm...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 May 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, • - May 7. lUVI Truck Farming. Ti c Uni'i' 1 Mates "onsus oHice has re oontlt i some highly interesting stati';;es 1 i imh'ls f.irmie;; in the I'iiited f-t:i;> •. ;is distinguisiied fiotn market gar dciiii i, wl !i is eoiidiKted so near to; the I.h;U iii , tii.it the f inner depends tillliisov. . '.i'i' 1. , ;t-m,mlatien. I'lie ' avone.TO tnie's ...im is ' iiuaied :i gieot • lis*.l ■ t 1: :le market iit which its prodii ed of. hi a r.ew foalim; iutrodm lint e his: lew years, ex *'epl 1 jiiii e\* hicii 11:-v d to l e jav-'sihle by ciii.al. It i- :Ins modem railroad that liax rvndered possible truck fanning, and (his i . • - u'i's l" r the fact of its Jicglfl.'t in previous ei nsns compilations. Not that theee w is uo truck fanning in 1SS;1, ! ii. !:ie volume of it was vastly less than now. It is estimated that upward of fltW,-; «M)ll.i)iVl is i. vested in the industry in the ' United Mates, the annual production lie-1 ing three ijnarters of this amount, ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 May 1891

a 1 hoquiam heard from. BoQfUM, Wash., May 15, 1891. Ab rdeen Herald: • voters of Chehalis county are hav ihlt might well be termed an educa — 011 the "B >nd Ciues ,» its advantage* and disadvantages 1 bring held up to the light for public I Kction, ami the public takes more iiipuwing interest, because it effects |rindividual financial affairs. til veil known in Hoquiam that 1 ,1,1 nap as much benefit from the di*l the average taxpayer of the ply, Yet, after careful study of the mtiige# and disadvantages of the nig, I consider their issuance the ltwt finaiutia 1 calamity that could >>e iCMialin county. [tii quite true there are roads needed I localities in the county, but that k) reason why the county should financial suicide, and incur a cli we would find extremely hard If we vote bonds, the lirst thing is to negotiate their sale. We :he Seattle Post-Intelligencer of k that the road bonds of Clallam rere sold at par, less la per cent, ion. We have no assurance that Is coul...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 May 1891

The land office at Olympia informs M. .1. Corcoran, U. S. Commissioner it. Ab erdeen, that final proofs on homesteads and pre-etnptions mav he made before him, if the .settler ho elects. Advertise ments of - {i . utomaU. I in wiik • f' I Applict.' 1 *! r - wdeootat . - ec; re. 1 Aberdeen herald. Thursday, - - - - May 21, 1891 TIIE CLIMATE. One of the chief questions asked, and •ften. the first is, "What of your climate'!" Well, manv It in i.ot perfect, but probably - so as yea will find on this tat Ju iViilE-g the wiater of 1890-91 we ha« co sbo ra} o the fiz it cf Febru ary, V a!; few '-it, aoi odd and alight coatingof snow. The coldest night kuown the thermometer stood at eighteen derees above zero. The rainy season begins about the first of 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 ot the days between these dates are as warm and balmy as the first of June ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 May 1891

Aberdeen Herald. =5517, . - May 21, 1891. notice. I- is hrrebv t»iveil thai the Board ! SvCoiniii'isfiitoerHof the County j ?"L Mute ot Washington, did, at Kwi.'" " f hM n " ;,n '' ,1( ' la «» ! nrt Hon-'hi the city nf ..ontesano. iu Count v. W ailnii'jtoM, oti the t ;„iAril, A. U. UWI. pursuant | |] fur tliHt purpose, nnd . xtendmjr iiith ditv of April, decide to submit , ma ti'Ve voters of ('hehalis ' 'minty I id ii' " special election to lie held ; ' ( ~hl Oountv I"!- that purpose, on | idHV of May, A. I). 181)1. juestioii whether the said Board! shall he author- ! idctn|io«'ered to issu" the negotia- ' llfl n kinds of tlie said County of I |j. >tate aforesaid, to t'.io amount I hundred and twenty-four thousand j „,{reil dollars, to bear interest at a jm exceed six «>) per centum per j principal payable twenty years Jte (if their issue, for the purposes i ion the proposition hereinafter set is follows, tow it: FOR BCII.nI NO BKinoßß. .cross the I'hehnlis river near ile mow,...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 May 1891

: AVnl'MMi T'tnrsda . - - May -!• ' ISM'KD FVKRY .lU R-i'AY IT. K». KPii »K AND P* VKiRTOR. TERMS or >f RVItU'TION : Ooe '■ ear, in ft.i ,»> 0 $2 00 >i\ r:l..ilths 1 ?? w«^nt&> Advertising r*3. -on tppui nt. a. rnvred a? "V r- »<? :\.-e hi A'»cr<lcea, Wmh., • s < i4isa mail matt*-?. Xcws uiJ all iteiaiof mieresl, solicited from all part* of the county. The name of the wilder should appear. Addrcsj all coaunjoltations to the AttEkDEKS HERALD. Wt do not hold ourselves responaiMe for the views or opinion* expressed by our correspond ents We reserve the rieht to reject any »n<i all matter of * person®! nature, where it reflect* to the individual discredit.of any one. N. B.—No Bonds. Why not piank Heron ftn&et? Rmd« mean a bad debt. If yon roads, vote against the bonds. The Grays Harbor Times says "Vote as you prav." Pray to be free from bondage. The city council should pass an ordi nance prohibiting bicycles, or pedes trians, from the sidewalks. It is tim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 May 1891

$ • WE ALWAYS LEAD ® SI ! , f WE*ARE*NEVER*UNDERSOLD 7j | Our Customers' Interests arc Our Own, and We Che BETTER 4!0«[»S for the Mone; than Id; Other Dealer in the Conntry. | | Wo would wish to Inform yon that we are prepared to show you fi A l7Tv T 7"«- , r ,„ w~Zt C()MP !' h ! e ,! IOCKOF - all goodsix our line. C. W. PA.RNELL, Merchant Tailor. — X An<l Wl " 8e " ,hem a 8 ,o ;y ° r lower than .hey can be bought a tany place in 4&* If " IIS «=Q"ntry. ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON, fff J WEATHER SIGNALS. t „ Rain or Tempera- Cold •j, Snmo. tun Signal. Wave. i refers to temperature. When placed Lin lor 2, it indicates warmer weather: liliceii below No. 1 or 2, it indicates »weather; when not displayed, the indi „ in > that the temperature will remain Bin No. 4is not displayed unless a tem- L df V. degrees or lower is expected, i So. 1 Is displayed, No. S is always iri. idillT predictions for the weather are re- L daily by the board of trade, and the displayed 'from the pole oyer th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 May 1891

GRA ]'.9 HARBOR. About fifty miles north of the Colum bia river is tiie entrance to Gravs hariH.r. from the Pacific ocean, li)"fi known to navigators! as the most accessible n.l safes harbor 011 the coast. Ihobai >\.'- ries ada pth of from eighteen to t«> . >> tliree feet ot water at low tide. ........ increases from ten to tificen fc. : a: • tide. The entrance, or channel >j mile wide, and the extreme » >". harbor is twelve miles, gradually >. to a point at its eastern end. v ... -<• met by the Cliehalisand \V >lik In the harbor there are three w< channels offering ample Hnehor.vir and merging into one tmvad. d<v. . or roadstead, near the hea-t ot ■■ These channels are separated »!<.•«• other and from the siu-'O prvi* 1 v \ tensive mud flats op to the ; v ! - : • convergence. whole the volume of water, being more eoatimvl. has swov' •» away, and the watei is deep >p the verv shore line. At the head ot the ha • bor the channel is over two thous...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 May 1891

B. • jjf; OF ANGER. .CHAPTEKVII. " •MM lawyer went about his work J(kodic»l way. He said to himself: auibilities in this case are very few; !jjbe reasonably easy to eliminate all rticbare not possible from conaid ' ud «o concentrate attention upon *hn which were most likely to flow, then, the first point which itiken as a clew is this: Mrs. Brown » He house altogether unprepared ' ey . She was not only in evening Ct so far as the efforts of the detect in shown any thing, it is clear that at away without any money in her >U pay for a journey of any consid leiiglli- Tllt ' ulaUer > then, resolves M ° ne of two K«'»'ral tilings: She dead, having been killed, or met. fge fatal a.cident before getting far btr house, or she is alive and in this diite vicinity. There is no reason to Dul my other horn of the dilemma D found. Now, if we proceed upon gon that she is alive, and that is a ,H«we must do now, it is necessary joutiu what part of this vicinity she I be. That, then, is the one...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 May 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thnrsday, ■ - May*2l, 1M H1 Public School Report. Following is the report of Aberdeen public school, Second ward, for the month ending May 8,1891: Primary Department, Miss Arnold, teacher—Whole number enrolled, 74; average daily attendance, 43; number cases tardiness, 17; per cent, of at tendance 82. Roll of Honor — Alice William -, Martin Wood, Frank Uasor, Alfred Johnson, Hazel Sloan, Nettie Ballew, Burka Sloan, Guy Zent, Georgie Wyman, Tommy Stewart, John Dodge, Kveral Stout, llelmer Steimger, Claud Burton, Koy lloll'elt. "• Second Intermediate Department, Miss Gail lac, teacher — Whole number en rolled, 51; average daily attendance, 42; per cent* of attendance, 92; number cases of tardiness, 3. Roll of Honor— Kdward Anderson, Kate Collins, Robert banning, John Uasor, Arthur Smith, Florence Doty, Mabel Green, Eva Tew, Vera Sloan, Addie Woolsey, Maggie Watson, Jessie Williams, Mary Ballew, Bertha Williams, Cartha Ballew. First Intermediate Department, Miss Keilly,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 May 1891

THE r. r. grade. Mpakalis Bridge —The County Sp House—Brick Making at I Peel's Slough. tlmldnig and Track-Laying Be- Pu«hed Forward Slowly. 4 ,n1l Probably be Running Into t City About August First. wd conflicting reports as to by the track layers of Kftbern Pacific, between this city decided a Herald re 9|o become one of a party and make K. to ascertain the true rate of Kh being made in this direction and Kjogst of work so far completed. Mliijendin view, a start was made ■there the right-of way crosses the Kliarirer to South Aberdeen. Xioithe piling has been driven and Kfmches are about ready for the ff The bridge is to be a wire draw ■ltd will cost more than $80,000. Katriet lor the masonry work has Kt and it is expected work of con- Bjoii will be comn<enced about the tf Jrnie. » this point to the county poor nothing bat the gradeing has been inew poorhoiise is a commodious la; building and has a beautiful lion oo the bluff just above the itahoom, with ample good farming inthe ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 May 1891

Aberdeen herald. Thursday, - - - - May 28, 1891. THE C I MATE. One of the chief questions asked, and often the tirst is, "What of your climate ?" Well, many things! It is not perfect, bu probably as neatly so as you will find on thiaearth. During the winter of 1890-91 we had no snow up to t .e first of Febru ary, and then only few a days of cold and known the therm jmeter stood ateighteen derees above zero. The rainy season begins about the first ol December and is over by the middle of April. This is our winter and during this time the rains are no heavie than in ihe 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 "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 blizzards, no sudden changes from heat to cold, and heavy hunder is unknown. There are no hot day...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 May 1891

jberileen Herald. ■ . - May 28, 1891. Kj insurance Through Brokers. , t j ie | ilß t few years the evolution Cl teli" B brouglit a new system into 1/ #il |, reference to placing large M Nearly all large 1 ,ml vanl lines are now placed 1 . brokers, an<l the amount of in * ;< iltout the only detail with ice 1S " . . . I, the heavy insurer concerns hitn- Ujj By force of circumstances the in companies must, transact their mi through the medium of agents, "M (be broker of today stands to the |■' j„ the same relation that the 't holds to the company. j,, relation carries with it some liabil r, responsibilities not known to iirder of things. nil settled to .he law that a |wr makes it his regular business to here to insure in certain insur upanies, or who makes it his ito receive applications for sueh •e, is the agent of those com nd not of the persons securing s . On the other hand, it is sell settled that a person who ; his business to „ecnre insurance 'iduals, irrespective of the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 May 1891

A!)er(leen Herald. Thursday - - May 28, 18»1. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY 3T. JE&. W -A. !_• L, KUITOK ATO PROPBIKToII. TERM* OF BUMCIIPTIUS: One year, in advance | 2 <*> Hi* months ... 10® Three month* . Advertising rates on application. Entered a? 'he po*toffice at Aberdeen, Wash., *» iiecond ciaa* maii martyr. New* and all items of interest, solicited from all parts of the county. The name of the »eni«rr should appear. Address all communications to theABKRDEES HERALD. We flo not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ent*. We reserve the riuht to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflects to the individual discredit of any one. Why not —no; not that—but why not tnake the Heron street bridge a iree bridge ? A connundruin that hasn't been an swered—"Where did Grays Harbor City get those 108 votes?" If anything can excite pity for Grays Harbor City, it is a visit to that deserted village. Make your advertisements a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 May 1891

Aberdeen Herald. - Mny 28, 1891. WEATHER signals. or Rain or Tempera- Cold Snow. tare Signal. IVaav. „ , refers to temperature. When placed No 1 or 2, it indicates warmer weather; „i«oed below No. 1 or 2, It indicates *°L,ther; when not displayed, the indi- F" thnt the temperature will remain J" ... So 4ls not displayed unless a tern- PSf„ „f 43 d Krees or lower is expected. M* 4 is displayed, No. 3 is always Hted. A ' for the weather are rc ■ «ldaily ,IV thL ' board of trade, and the !1 JH D l»yed from the pole over the board's JJ,Lj adv combination of flags can be bv referring to the above explana !; slilD captains will do well to consult U signals before sailing. LOCAL Die depot in South Aberdeen is grow ggfeit. jorn, to H. A. Peitch and wife, of this air,on tlio 20th inst., a boy. Peterson's Point and North Cove are letting ready for summer visitors. Miner's foundry is kept busy these days Diking machinery for the new steamers. Horn, at Aberdeen, Monday, May 25, IJ(1, to the wif...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 May 1891

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 May 1891

iberleen licnijUi.. . May 18. 1891 [OMENT OF ANGFJI CHAPTER VIIL wter. in a cramped hand, written ' wiS without date or any other to the place where it was writ flJjßostmark was badly blurred, but, jit ap«>de down, crosswise and in dier w».V imaginable, Mr. Parker L tint he could see that it was Yonk read and re read the letter, and Jjad how it could be that in all his Hieirchin; through Yonkers he had Jeered any trace of this woman. It JSeat that the letter had been wr'tten year, because it said: "I have [ad you were married," and Mrs. Lug's marriage had not occurred , year previous to her disappear -80 engrossed was the lawyer in m orer this phase of the case that he ,(or» moment that two other letters ipOethat he had laid out remained to Looking them over he found that ,0 |a the same hand as that which he jMtbeen reading, and on that tho post tfU plain—Yonkers. He seized it qljlyaod opened it. That letter was Qoffi: ■IlKis. L*owora—l am sorry to here fliirnot aulwas hapy and 1...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 May 1891

y i H'l IH Aberdeen Herald. TbWMlar. - May is. 1891 PATEXT PARAGRAPHS. The tanners" a:!iai»ce may be tbe nm prre .a Ouio pjitics This year. Tbe fire kiug has not lighted either city or ot*iutrv th.- spring. If tbe national banking system be tbe best ever devised. a? its friend? claim, why does it need so flinch new spaper de fense? Information if what tbe people are after. Ex-.~peaker Kt-ei. J. •-. Clartson and •""Mark Twain" ar:- among the dis tinguished Americans now traveling in torxie. bat these three cannc* be classed as "Innocents Abroad". A member of tbe British parliament lor been sent to jail for immoral practices. M this case is to be taken as a precedent and tbe English papers have told the truth about the characters of the rest of them, parliament is in danger of soon be ing without a quorum. In order to believe the statement made *n the authority of the National Associa tion of Insane Asylum Superintendents, that no sane person nas ever been con toed in an insane asylum...

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