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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 June 1891

r_ POKEN ROUND THE RIM. (What the Felloes Are Saying.) latvill colet rate the 4th of July. Miriam expects to have another gooeron the ways soon. m toJno. Taylor and wife of Mon bo, tlie 22nd ult., a boy. ItjoM. F. Berry and wife of Cos glig, the 19th ult., a boy. m,toF. E. Tompkins and wife of the 2Gth ult., a boy. [grid, at Montesano, May 24, 8. S. (tud to Miss Delia Lancaster, both of pun. lithe material! for the first span unilroad bridge across the Wynoo kasbeen received. (tiiWclam shells are found in the inticn being mads into the base of Hoquiam.—Washingtonian. keCoemo|iolis mill has secured the tnctto furnish all the lumber and berstobe used in the construction of nilroad bridge across the Chehalis Mth Aberdeen. b« «gentß oi the the interior depart - I, who have been searching the ids in the auditor's office for the past k, par Auditor Boyington a high pliment. They say his office is the IwndMted of any they have been iin thestiite. —Vidette. imetime early in July a party of ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 June 1891

Aberdeen herald. Thursday, lime 1891. TIIE C IMA TE. One of the chief questions asked, and often the first is, "What of your climate?" Well, many things 1 It is not perfect, bu probably as nearly so as you find on this earth. During the w inter of 1890-91 we had no snow up to t a' first of Febru ary, and then only few a days of cold and known the therm jiueter stood ateighteen 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 in most states north ot "Mason and Dixon's line." Yards are green, house plants bloom in the open air, alt kinds of out door occupations are pursued every day in the year. We have no dangerous winds, no blizzards, no sudden changes from heattocold, and heavy thunder is unknown. There are no hoi days in summer, ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 June 1891

Aberdeen Herald. m. t - - - - Jnne4 - lim - A NEW PARTY. lized and a Vigorous Campaign ped Out—State Ticket to be >laced in Ohio Next Month. thousand four hundred seventeen en, representing thirty-four states ritories, met in Cincinnati on the ltl) and organized a third party, the "people's party." A platform opted, summarized as follows: fjght to make and issue money is sign power to be maintained by up | e for the common benefit, we demand the abolition of J baiiKS as banks of issue, and as itute for national bank notes we I that legal treasury notes be in sufficient volume *o transact .iness of the country on a cash ithout damage or especial advan any class or calling, the notes to in payment of all public and debts, and such notes, when de | by the |«ople, shall be loaned to not more than 2 per cent, per upon non perishable products, as d in the sub-treasnry plan, and I estate with a proper limitation e quantity of land and amount of Wo demand the free and un coinage of silve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 June 1891

rtCUMM OK HVttMi'ltimoN ■ Oiu* your, in mtvunro Mix mouUiN Throe month* ArivovtUhiu mttfuon uppltcutlon. 1 »•- .t •• •e \ i - ; : K*.-N.v .t: «iv< -jkil; ~ iVrv * ' i ' \ #v'C A >:"x 0«' X', 1 ": - " t"-. -v . ' v v - -■ V < <**» ** tt>* (WHNm!. > V ' . 1 v JVte- V "V-iV* v : v ' V :\;!y » |NO» ; ; •• TV : :- iw >. W •■< !W WrN.* (tMMMijf,. *"-i wok %$k - >S $ «Vv i &.V ':i '-'V Vt"* •:( \\v.'AV<s *vc r tt \*r J'A < v * * itekV ;> KjN v V.-4- vV XV» vt> - VVf« ».v" - ' <1 ■. ,-i :><? to -> > ..- :-.t U yvat WSim s5» v\w« »~'J smw a fl ;i»f <v«a:rv <irx s< wu2:j;j ww: xt JKMt ovists.*. Aberdeen Herald. Thurmlav, - - 4, lUVI. ISStIICII KVKKY TIIUUHDAY BY — IT. JEZ,. ~W ALL, kiutou ani> rKorittimnt. Jnhfinl Ht llio |iiiHtiiltlri' 11 Alnfll''toiMl, Wiimli., am koi'iiii.l rliia* mull imiltor. Nim * mill 1(11 Uvula .if iu'in'il. a.llli ItVil fI'MII hII )iiiil« i>f (Ik nut v. I'lir iiamv nf llivavintvi nlinn 1,1 hi.|h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 June 1891

WEATHER SIGNALS. , „ Rain or Tempera- Cold Smno. tare Signal. Wave. ' to temperature. When placed >* J. K,r » it Indicates warmer weather: " s S«.d bci"« No. 1 or '2, it Indicates r lsber when not. displayed, the indl "r lir that the temperature will remain a x - 0 4is not displayed unless a tem (iona'J; ' ' d ~,s or lower is expected, ■"j So 4 is displayed. No. 3 is always F ll,e ''ii v or edictlons for the weather are rc l i iiiilv bv the board of trade, and the K.nlavcd 'from the pole over the board's Pr a iiv combination of line's can he (K-Vuul bv referring to the above explana- E* shto captains will do well to consult £.ij-ii.llbefore sailing LOCAL II Portland addition to Aberdeen. tf I fruit jars at llroenert Bros.' I nke a look at the Portland addition, tf I "Our Taste" hams at the Diamond [front. I ' Tlie Widow Bedott" is an amusing Lv. You should see it. [ A. Smith has completed a cottage at L foot of Terrace avenue. ! Bom, at Aberdeen, Friday, May 29, to the wife of K....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 June 1891

GRAYS HARBOR. 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 anil safest harbor on the coast. The bar cat 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, is about a mile wide, and the extreme width of the harbor is twelve miles, gradually la|>eiing to a point at its 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 n.ad flats up to the point of their convergence, wheie the volume of water, being more confined, has swept tliem away, and the water is deep up to the very shore line. At the head of the har bor the...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 June 1891

11l .'11(11 ,'tIKD! iBIII SCREAM 177 HILT flHl 5 Grabs Italy or Chili by the Slack of the Pants and Shakes Them. •'J UST FOR FU N ' — fOU are invited TO CELEBRATE all are invited art,iß9i SPEAKING. GAMES. SPORT. FUN. JULY4,MI As one Star dilFereth from another st'ir<in glory so our AINTS AND IIS outshine all competitors. Our STAINS will even defy Political rhitewash. Our WALL PAPER nbe made to lit—well, like the 'per on the wall should fit, especially if our House Lining is back of it. The Modern Belle, in all her glory, has not such an array of colors, nor rashes, nor glasses. Figure way down on Glass, Doors and Windows and ll Orders promptly. )( n the West of Heron St.' - Aberdeen, Wash. t-* WILCOX & MACK,«~ eal Estate and Insurance Agents for Choice Inside Business Property at Low est Prices and easy Terms. JV-E ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR KGHLAND home addition, FRANCE S ADDITION, EVANS & LEWIS ADDITION, HOaUIAM ADDITION, PORTLAND ADDITION, WEST ABERDEEN, SOUTH ABERDEEN AND AD...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 June 1891

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 June 1891

■TRIP TO north cove. Piovidence W iich is said to have children and drunkards in its |keeping must have classified our infer one or the other oi these |or,from start to finish, our North km surrounded bv its benign Rations. By making a super effort at early rising, we reached tk just five nrnutes after the ■had left; but it was only to lilt the steamer Aberdeen had it® the run to Petersons Point ijbe taken by going over leisurely tf wharf and stepping aboard, gggty and rather cold, and we j between the stuffiness 01" •populated cabin and the rain i. Over head, in the scurrying lofdark clouds shot with silvery light, there was some faint ho|>e I clearing as it grew older. A ■pee of blue si.owed : n the west, ■ rent in the gray clovds, but lent \as soon repaired by a covering that brought with it a hard, angry, rain-drops, that udeck spitefully, like hail. The jerked about unpleasantly, arid itotalk of "the motion" with nation of disgust, that is under y the sea-faring man. i a ple...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 June 1891

I GRAYS IIARIWR. 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 anil sni harbor on the coast. The bar car ries a depth of from eighteen to twenty three feet ot water at low tide, nuiiai 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 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 n.ad flats up to the point of their convergence, wheie tha 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 chann...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 June 1891

III.'EME /Ml! j[ BIRD WILL SCREAM ff7t~JILT fflHßt 1 Grahs Italy or Chili by the Slack of the Pants and Shakes Them. I JUST FOR FUN != |rc>u are invited TO CELEBRATE all are invited AT ABERDEEN KLiM-SPEAKING. GAMES. SPORT. FUN. )UlY4,iß9i As one Star differeth from another star in glory so our PAINTS AND OIIS outshine all competitors. Our STAINS will even defy Political Whitewash. Our WALL PAPER can be made to fit—well, like the |»peron the wall should tit, especially if our House Lining is back of it. The Modern Belle, in all her glory, has not such an array of colors, nor tashes, nor glasses. Figure way down on Glass, Doors and Windows and i Orders promptly. wm k %w w it* In the West of Heron St.' - Aberdeen, Wasli. -* WILCOX & MA.CK,«>- Real Estate and Insurance Agents for Choice Inside Business Property at Low est Prices and easy Terms. W £ ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR BGHLAND home addition, FRANCE S ADDITION, EVANS & LEWIS ADDITION, HOaUIAM ADDITION, PORTLAND ADDITION, WES...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 June 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursda", - - .1 n c 11. 11191 ISSUED EVERY THUKSI»AV ■ BY in. -R. W -A. T_- X_i . EIHTOtI A-VI) i'liiM ii! ;I ! •>.;. tkkm? <>F s; 'l; i ri.t.v , Out* yo.ti. in .1 • iin'.' " Six nitinrtiH 1 ]_'' T'trec in..afhs Advertising rutrsoii aj»j>Ji<*Kfion. •• liti red at the '■< W.isa., us sceoud class mail matter. News Hint til itemsof interest, Boltttltud froWl all parts of theconuty. The name of thesender should appear. Address all uouiumiticatlons t»> the ABERDEEN lIKRAIJ). Wk do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed l>y our correspond ents. We reserve the rii?htto reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it. reflects to the individual discredit of uny one. Good for the complexion—Washington climate. Wales is the Prince of Gamblers, hut his royal blood leaves him only a gam bler still, a fact of which democratic England is fast becoming convinced. A factory for extracting tannin from hemlock hark can he ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 June 1891

jjerdeen Ixßrfllu. I, . . - June 11, 1891 RATHER signals. Rain or Tempera- Cold Sum- <" re Signal. Wave. to temperature. When placed 1 > ttimllcates warmer weather: j hVi.nv No. 1 or 2, it Indicates when not displayed, the imii ' rtlit the temperature will remain • >Li 4H not displayed unless a tem ""'i iTdisrees or lower is expected. " So 4 is displayed, No. 3 is always bin predictions for the weather are re- bv the board of trade, and the 'XVdiroul the pole over the board's *■' i„v combination of ilatts can be \Av referring to the above cxplana af! captains will do well to consult jiials before sailing. LOCAL, ij f ra it jars at Kroanert Bros.' (Palace theatre is being painted, (lire-proof safes lor sale, at Kroen n.toM. E. Horr and wife, June i N>y. (bicyclers expect to meet and or imdclub soon. H | improvements in the Portland inn vill advance the price. It ilwt cigar in town —La Coronado— (Aberdeen Candy Factory. u.-June 1, to li. T. Dabney and it Van Meter, lowa, a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 June 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - - June 11, IH9I THE C IMA TE. One of the chief questions asked, and often, the ,! .n?t is, "What of your climate?" Welt, many things! It. is not p.irfjct, hu probablv as nearly so as you " ill find on thisearth. During the winter if 18{);|-!>1 we ha I 110 snow up to t le first of Febru ary, and then only few a days of cold and known the therm jnieter stood at eighteen derees above zero. The rainy season begins about the first of December and is over by tlu' 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 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 thunder is unknown. There...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 June 1891

JU^enHerald. r ■ June 11, 1891. Motion of Immigration. toling in re K ur ' l to Rtrin « ent ,|, e immigration and nat 'o|foreigners in this country is Vj, groused than for many American" excite * TeWB ago was due to a j>er- which are now con in form it was a co'inbina t sectarianism and politics, ~ whirlwind blew violently, Mi its force. The results of (immigration and political were foreseen, but they theoretical. The time that however, has brought us „»:th actual perils. The vol mignUion has increased, while rnpidly decreases. The pop lin country is largely hetero sis homogeneity is the con- pe*t national power. The Aat lies in common traditions, iloitory and language, in gen fljence and local pride, ia eon gninhed by the flood of the (Jligent and desirable population >eoaD tries which pours constantly ! This country is the guardian jlntion, and, as we believe and J*conclusive demonstration of and efficiency of popular gglis a safeguard of liberty un- Our first duty is to ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 June 1891

Aber 1 een j Irniid. Thursday, - Jtme 11, 1891 PATENT PARAGRAPHS. "Three's a crowd," veil both old par ties, as the new party enters the arena to compete for the favors of .Miss Colum bia. The Corbitt-J.ickson prizs tight was something like the tariff discussions in this country. By the way, speaking of an Mghlviour day, we notice tliat tarmers, railroad and newspaper men are wo. king eighteen hour.* a I ty ai a-' i U. A newspai>er man will accompany Lieut. Peary's expedition, which hopes to reach the north pole 011 skates, by way of Greenland. Willingness to put on "skates" is unfortunately a striking trait with too many pencil-pushers. Financiers are a good deal like physi cians, if it is fair to judge by opinions expressed by them as to the effect upon this country of heavy shipments of gold to Russia—each differs from the ottier. Philadelphia may be a slow town in some respects, but some of its bankers are on a line with the fastest in the art of bank wrecking. Tie politician...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 June 1891

fOF ABERDEEN. t&oretoSeawith Many teds There to See. A* A FLOATING BEAUTY Is large crowd gath- Tew's wharf by 7 jw steamer, tliat has lere for several weeks iter, notwithstanding falliag. verything else being tarted and began to says just at Bo'clock, down into the water ieered, and the Aber ;h lay by to welcome fht hideous with her »he took one of her ry to herself as she water. While she e channel, many re leard of a nature her builders, one C. Reed, helped Kind of the Hound, [ht, has launched the Harbor. Many con gpeed she will attain 6 unamimonsly of the i best and prettiest The City of Aber the comfort of pas die deck going aft is feet long which is ith comfortable cane i to the right of the i»l hall is a purser's h is a private drawing ) fitted up handsome- Isterv. These rooms » social hall is a irtment, 20x20 feet, faed with comfortable r end is a stairway ing room below. A rooms fitted up with light, toilet room with (teon the left—leads cabin. This will be bed in hard w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 June 1891

-m* GRAYS HARBOR. A boat fiiiT miles north of the Cclnm |u river is the entrance to Gravs harbor, from the Pacific ocean, loo£ known to ■aviators as the most accesßble and «iest harbor on the c «K- The bar car ries a ilepC-i of irxxn eighteen to twenty three Wet ot water at low tsde. .uu increases from ten to fifteen feet at high tfcie. The entrance, or channel, is aboet a ml!* wide, and the extreme width of the hartor is tweWe miles. aradoally tapering b a pint at its eastern end. where it b met by the Chehalisand Wishkah rims. In the hart** there are three well defined chancels offering ample wool an i ayrgrnz into one btv*i. .Wpcbaanti «r raa&tcad near the bead of the harbor. Th^s l channels ire s»{4r»fevl frees each ««ber i*ai from the shore proper by ex tensive lj! di:.- op to the point of their ncretSßce. whetr the volume of water, leing ta-;>re confined. -as swep« them away, and the water ss deep ssp to the wry shore Boe. At the head of the har bor the channel is o«er ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 June 1891

I ! \A ~ — IMP WILL SCBEIiM | 1775-J BLT 4THHH I , v jo t Grabs Italy or Chili by the Slack of the Pants and Shakes Them. JUST FOR FUN! QU ARE INVITED TO CELEBRATE ALL ARE INvited A@ERDEE!^eeee- HWLSPEAKING. GAMES. SPORT. FUN my4,mi lam now ready to show the 0 ~. // | i \ // /f public the Finest Stock of Woolens ever brought to the City. *\ # V / / The Iclasses Largest taiga 7 // ne °* ant " fens you \ / hlgS in thC it my place X. • dr city at my place. >. E. ZIEHLSDORFF. fine Assort- ««pri„ g /V/ ★ x^^V 1 Have °° 15, «■ /$/ \%X °r A p r pAy The AIL / TAILOR, /[a Jr TWO DOORS EAST OF //V* ryy WOODING V S X 'J.A.HOOD, 'REAL ESTATE, I Property in Aberdeen a Specialty. Call and Investigate. Office otj F St., ijear HOTEL smCEHT ft ft ABERDEEN, WASH. ! °nly FipKt- Class Hotel on Gray's Harbor. i ° Quarters for commercial travelers. LEVI SARCENT, Propr, WASHINGTON LETTER. (Regulftr Correspondence.) Washington, I). C., June 12, 1891 It requires no extraordinary perceptive powers to see ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 June 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday - - Jir*e 18 1891 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. 1?,. WALL, EDITOR AND FBOI'RIKTOIt. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION*. One year, in advance 12 00 Cix months 1 Hr fPhree months to Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., uss second class mail matter. It is no longer Denmark, lhe pro verb now runs —Something is rotten in Wales. The trail of the serpent of sin may be all in these United States, but it is very much worse in England, where they have the Prints of Wales. Aberdeen is neither a Sodom nor a Go morrah, as one individual would have the outside world believe. On the con trary, it is an unusually law abiding community. As to Sunday, every intel ligent person the world over recognizes the necessity of one day of rest out of sev «n; and recreation means rest to the masses. The Sunday laws have been on our statute books for years, and have 1)6611 violated for the same length of time. They should either be repealed or en forced. J....

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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