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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 November 1890

Aberdeen Herald. irsUtt", - November 13, 1890. WEATHER SIGNALS. D. 3 refers to temperature. When placm! je No. 1 or 2, It indicates warmer w»|fhi n placed below No. lor 2, it i IJ Ci i— er weather; when not displayed, tl ma are that the temperature will' V od onary. No. 4is not displayed unles ture of 45 degrees or lower is ex u a n No. 4is displayed, No. 3is () * *ed. \ e dailv predictions for the weather nVH ed daily by the board of trade, anY- j displayed from the pole over the ling. Any combination of flags can nMr jrstood by referring to the above explana- Ship captains will do well to consult e signals before sailing. LOCAL hristmas goods at Austin & Morten's, he Wishkah was jammfed up by a m of logs Monday. orn.—At Aberdeen, on the 9th inst., le wife of J. C. Cross, a girl. he steam schooner Caspar arrived in sday for the Cosmopolis Commercial lpany. il.rTOlegr.yifttegrCt IUUU.--UUii».v r oner. J ' AViiful line of gooas tor suite or | ' its to select, from at C. W. Par- i...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 November 1890

Tie Three Burglars—Continnefl. * "I don't think this man suffered for want of education," said my wife; "he used very good language; that was one of the first things that led me to suspect him. It is not likely that sons of boat builders speak so correctly and express themselves so well." "Of oourse, I can not alter your opin ions," said Aunt Martha, "but the story interested me, and I very much wish to hear what that other man has to say for himself." "Very well," said I, "you shall hear It, but I must drink my tea and go back to the prisoners." "And I," said Aunt Martha, "will take some tea to them. They may be bad men, but they must not suffer." I had been in the library but a few moments when Aunt Martha entered, followed by Alice, who bore a tray con taining three large cups of tea and some biscuit. "Now, then,"said Aunt Martha tome, "if you will untie their hands, I will give them some tea." At these words each burglar turned his eyes on mo with a quick glance. I laughed. "Har...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 November 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Hiar, - November 13, 1890. Guilford Miller's Farm. I famous Guilford Miller case has it tied. The railroad company has awn it from the courts, and there nowledges the title of Miller. This clears title to hundreds of entries )n lieu lands prior to the railroads ling their right of selection in 1880. [ review of this celebrated case will b uninteresting. Guilford Miller on his place in 1878, improved Icked it. In 1884 he received a [ruin Paul Schultze, land agent of ttbern Pacific, notifying him that lion of land on which he was lo lad been selected by the railroad hy and that he must pay them ito $4.50 per acre for it. lie con kith an attorney, and upon his ad nt his papers to the Walla Walla Bee. The granting of the patent htested by the company, but the nd office decided in favor of Mil pie company appealed to Washing- L the decision of the local land of- Ls affirmed. The case was then p the courts and was there pend en the company decided to aban- L Guilford Mill...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 November 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - Xovetu'.H-r 13, 1890 Indian Fish Trap. The chief item of food "f all Indians Jiving along th : 1 ihe I'acitic coast is the salm Kj that 8« .urn into the rivers in countle.-s thousands. These are ♦••ught in numerous ways and dried for winter use. One of the most effective methods is that used by the natives liv ing along the CJuiniault river, a beautiful stream flowing into the I'acitic ocean from the Olympic mountains, in Wash ington. This device is an improvement upon their more crude appliances made possibly by their acquisition of the knowledge and inventions of the white man, and consists of a wier built across the stream to prevent the salmon from ascending, and a trap for catching a por tion of the immense numbers tiius col lected below the obstruction. The wier is made by driving posts about six inches square into the bed of the river across the stream at intervals of about six feet, and bracing them solidly from below and then setting in crosß pi...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 November 1890

\h v. SIMPLY FACTS. recuting Attorney or Attorney for the Chinamen? 'ere the editor of the Herald not one le parties charged by Geo. J. Moody l the felonious crime of burglary, he Id not hesitate to express with what r force he might command his opinion egard to Mr. Moody's actions in the nises. As matters stand, he feels strained to simply state the facts of case, and leave it to the public to de whether or not Geo. J. Moody has sight of his capacity of prosecuting rney for Chehalis county in his great for the Chinamen. Whether or not Moody has been as considerate of good name of these citizens of Che- I county, who previous to the charge itealing from a Chinamen brought cist them by him, had never had the itest aspersion cast upon their hon , as he has been of keeping one John g, a Chinaman, free from that power e law that he has been so ready to ke against those whose skins were so yellow. le facts are these: On the night of 7th of November the Chinamen in rdeen were compelled by...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 November 1890

The Three BnMars —Continned. I hoped that my wife would put herseii •on my side, and would say that we had enough of this sort of thing, bu* f main curiosity is an unknown quantity, and she unhesitatingly replied that she would like to hear the young man's etory. T sat down in despair. It was useless to endeavor to withstand this yearning for personal information —one of the curses, I may say, of our present -civilization. The young man gave no time for ohange of opinion, but immedi ately began. His voice was rich anu rather low, and his manner exceedingly pleasing and gentle. "I wish to state in the first place," «aid he, "that lam a reporter for the press. In the exeroise of my vocation I bave frequently found myself in peculiar and unpleasant positions, but never before have I been in a situation «o embarrassing, so humiliating, as this. In the course of my studies and experi ences I have found that in literature and journalism, as well as in art, one can make a true picture only...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 November 1890

Aberdeen Herald. irsday, - November 27, ltti.O STATE NEWS. oupeville Sun: "Wo are glad to see ; the efforts of this paper to rid idby island of the Cliin.'Re are bearing t. The question is being quite thor hly discussed, and we hope it will be y a short time before some definite on is taken." mild sensation was created ut Spo le Falls by the arrest of E. B. Glifford, elder of the Baptist church, for rent one of his houses to a notorious cour fin. The house is situated near the rthern Pacific depot, and the arrest s caused by Alderman Trout, who lives ir by. He brought the action by vir of a municipal ordinance and wassur sed .to find the owner one of the lead- Baptists. Miss Williams, the keeper he house, rejoiced that her landlord s a devout Christian church member, [I caused the affair lo be heralded all >r the town. Clifford, when arrested, timed lie was totally ignorant of his lant, and said his agent, Mr. Bump, clared that the people were perfectly ipec table. The young men ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 November 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - November 27, 1890. ISSUED KVERY THITOSPAY F. R. WALL. EDITOR AKD PBOPRIETO*. terms of stmcriftios: One year, in advance * Six months Three months ~ • • Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffiee at Aberdeen. W. T. t at second class mail matter. Xews and all items of interest, *oltcitedfrom •11 parts of the county. The name of the sender should appear. Address all communications to Hi* ABERDEEN HERALD. W* do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the ri*ht to reject any and all matter of a personal natnre, where it reflects to tfae individual discredit of any one. OUR NEW CITY GOVERNMENT On Tuesday next the citizens of Aber deen will be called upon to select a new administration for our municipal affairs. In this connection it were well that we reflect a little on onr present need*- and what we shall require at the hands of those men to whom we shall award the sceptre of autho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 November 1890

■een Herald. B- November 27, 1890 It temperature. When placed It indicates warmer weather; I low No. 1 or 2, it indicates when not displayed, the indi the temperature will remain I is not displayed unless a tem legrees or lower in expected, displayed, No. 3 is always Kctions for the weather arc re the board of trade, and the om the pole over the board's ombination of flags can be ferring to the above explana ■ins will do well to consult >re sailing. EOCAL largent is rush En, Nature's Metrop f Southwestern (Washington. f the wonders of western de j .ml civilization that Seattle f Spokane Falls, have becom; ( t a delicious pine apple t) j t.'s ] trick hotel has again change the old proprietor, J. M ( igain at the helm of nue to conduct a good hotely et to send your 1 presents. The Christinas!" Fair are just the thing. I> igational church fair will bef nk on December 15th anc 3 1 of the 19th and 20th, at" nounced. It will be wel" ing. In addition to the elej" of fancy work an ent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 November 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Ttuirsdfi", - November 27, I##o. Literary Note. The Christmas edition of the Coeroo j*jlitau Magazine is 100,000 copies. The •viler, as originally given to the printers. was 80,000 eopits, but while on the press il •a.'i thought advisable to increase the number to 100,000. It contains a feature never before at tompted by any magazine, consisting of 123 cartoons from the brush of Dan Heard, the now famous artist, who did 3££ch wonderful illustrations in Mark Tbook, "The Yankee at theCouri of King Arthur." TLese cartoons are placed at the bottom of each page of the magazine, and take fur their subject, "Christmas during thr JOighteen Centuries of the Christian Era," with variations, showing the way in which we modern Christians carry out some of the chief texts of the Christian Ciospel. Above, and at each side of the page is a quaint border, the whole effect beinj: novel and extremely pleasing, and with the unusually varied table of 'contents, will make such a Christm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 November 1890

Fdeen Herald. November 27, 1890. KRDEEN, iAYS HARBOR. BY OF TO-DAY. rluth" of the North acific Coast. Situation. Nature's Metrop- Kf Southwestern WWashington. It he wonders of western de d civilization that Seattle, Spokane Falls, have become rds from the Rocky Moun- Atlantic coast, and Aber lat has local resources equal iem, and one whose loca ort furnishes advantages far he Sound cities, should, up onths ago, be comparatively uch was the case until new oney and new men, recog t that with the tilling up ient of the new state, there great coast wise city on the Harbor, and that Aber lificent location at the junc rivers and at the head of nav- Id easily place her far in ad r point or city in Southwest -ston, located themselves there i industriously and intelli make known to the general tremendouß resources of the bor country. The result of b that no city in the North !r thought of or is attracting 1 attention from the investor, ,n, speculator or home seeker tic, than this thriving ci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 November 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - November 27, 1890. BEYOND THE PALE. BUDYABD KIPLING, '•Lore heeds not caste nor sleep a broken be d; T went in search of love and lust myself. —Hindu Provkkb A man should, whatever happens, keep his own caste, race and breed. Let the White go to the White and the Black to the Black. Then, what ever, trouble falls is in the ordinary course of things—neither stidden, alien nor un expected. This is the story of a man who wilfully stepped beyond the safe limits of decent every-day society, and paid for it heavily. He knew too much in the first in stance ; and he saw too much in the sec ond. He took too deep an inteiest in na tive life; but he will never do so again. Deep away in the heart of the city, be hind Jitha Megji's bustee, lies Amir Uath's Gully, which ends in a dead-wall jiierced by one grated window. At the head of the Gully is a big ciowbyre, and the walls on either side of the Gully are without windows. Neither Suchet Singh nor Gaur Chand approve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 December 1890

Caution Needed. reat while there will be a He and innumerable lawsuits i towns of the state of Wash the present time there are s governing the sale of real ry few men who buy a lot, sts $5 or $5,000, go to the amining the records to see is clear. They buy on ixpecting to sell the sane intimes at such a low figure act would cost as much as is too much trust in human is at a premium, and the ling is not far distant. There some legislation making it r every man putting a plat ret straighten the title, then tid furnish certified abstract sold. This system la ear successfully in fowa and id should worH well Jiere,— Jet. Eldorado. found valley, that lies just iver falls, is attracting con ltion. By keeping to the if the river, ingress can be t much difficulty. The tal says: The more fully alloy is, the more valuab'* 0 :ome. It is estimated that three railpg wide. The re very extensive in their Busceptible of a high state It is calculated there is a for 100 or more families lake a comforta...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 December 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Tfcurt»tfr-. - - December 18, 185 M). No Place to Move to. There lives iu Joe Cannon's district in Illinois An old farmer who is a sealous re publican, one of the red-hot partisan stripe. When he heaid of Cannon's de feat he said to his wile, who is one of thnee women who obey their lord and master blindly: "Mary, pack up everything. lam go ing to move." 'Why?" asked Mary. •'Because JO3 Cannon is beat and I won't live in a democratic district." "Verv well," said Mary, with a little resigned sigh. Then the old man went to town to sell l is farm. There he heard all the election news. He returned home, and entering the house, said: "Mary, you can quit packing up. I ain't a-going to move." "Why?" inquired Mary. "Because," he replied, sadly, "there's no place to move to."— Washington Post. Reading the Stars Aright. Where is the great political power of the future to be found? The West, with an increase of 5,600,000 in population, seems to answer the question.—Baltimore A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 December 1890

■Aberdeen Herald. Isday, - December 18, 1890 BERDEEN, GRAYS HARBOR. CITY OF TO-DAY. "Duluth" of the North Pacific Coast. Hie Railroad Situation. trdeen, Nature's Metrop olis of Southwestern Washington. is one of the wonders of western de iment and civilization that Seattle, ma and Spokane Falls, have become ehold words from the Rocky Moun to the Atlantic coast, and Aber , a city that has local resources equal her of them, and one whose loca ls a seaport furnishes advantages tai lor to the Sound cities, should, up ;hteen months ago, be comparatively own. Such was the case until new [, new money and new men, recog g the fact that with the filling up levelopment of the new state, there be a great coast wise city on the is of Grays Harbor, and that Aber 's magnificent location at the junc af two rivers and at the head of nav >n would easily place her far in ad b of any point or city in Southwest- Washington, located themselves there worked industriously and intelli y to make known to...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 December 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - December IS. 1390 IStiVED EVERY THCKSDAY BY — F. R. WALL. editor and proprietor. « TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION: yea, in advance fcix month® onappHcation. 75 entered at the po«toffi<* «» -» w _ p, "second class mail matt* r w - "> i?^Trt**ofthecount'' drtttrest.«<<irited from . TTbe the sender ahouM app • , jws< all coiairunicationsto Au, .4'Ourselves rr-s'-nnMble Tor the VZ We re J " cs expressed by our eorrespond *tr»ethe riuht torejectauv and all rfwiiv" ajwrsonal nature, where It reflecUto the inai discredit of »*y one. SQUIRE AND FILTH — POLITICS AND POLLUTION. It is liard to tonch pitch and not be de fied. Any quantity of filth is evidently clinging about at least one of squire's henchmen in Chehalis county. The only trouble is, speaking of the man as a poli tician, the politician is apt to be proud of it, being in his native element. We refer to what is called the exposure in last Sunday's Tacoma Globe, of the methods claimed to have been ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 December 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Eiy, - December 18. 1890. MSSSB999SSB WEATHER SIGNALS. , S refers to temperature. When placed e No. 1 or 2, it indicates warmer weather; i placed below No. 1 or 2, it Indicates ir weather; when not displayed, the indi ns art that the temperature will remain maty. No. 4is not displayed unless a tem iure ol 45 degrees or lower is expected, n No. 4 it displayed, No. 3 is always (dallv predictions for the weather are re d daily by the board of trade, and the displayed from the pole over the board's lng. Any combination of flags can be rsrood by referring to the above explana- Ship captains will do well to consult signals before sailing. LOCAL sition wanted by first-class cook, at or address this office. al cloaks at cost at the Golden Rule tar. e schooner Chas. Hanson is loading >er at West's mill for San Francisco. eat discount on all goods at The lly the brave deserve the fair. You jet you a girl by a Christmas present le Fair. e postoffice will remove about Janu s...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 December 1890

Aberdeen HeiWa. Tfciredsy, December 18, 1890. THE OYSTER- Notes on the Eastern Product—Cl In terest to Westerners. Bryant A. Treat, one of the shellfish commissioner* of Connecticut. had an exhibit in Parlor O, at the Palmer house yesterday, which was of interest to jieople oat West who don't know from actual observation but what oystors grow on a kind of submarine bush, and are picked when they are ripe. Mr. Treat showed a conch shell covered with oyster spawn as thick as grains of corn on a cob. "There isn't room for the thousand or more to grow on this shell," he said, "and as iast as the stronger ones grow thev shove off the little ones, who grow on their own hook. They can get along jost as well on the sand after they get so tar along. An acre of oyster land will produce 1000 bushels of ojsters, which are worth approximately |1 a bushel. So, you see, it's a tolerably paying crop. "Now. just as the iarmer has to kill off potato bogs or they will kill the potatoes, so the enemies...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 December 1890

lerdeen Herald. December 18, 11)90. "he Total Population. tendent Porter has completed etermination of the population )f the country. The total dif -1,710 from that contained in the laued irom the census bureau r 28th. This change is due to a of the errors of what is termed r rough count, and the addition iscertained to have been omit he enumeration. fied population of the United 890 is 62,622,250. it populous state in the Union le, New York, with Pennsylva second. enjoys the distinction of being ilimly populated state in the ulation by states is as follows: 661,086 pshire <* 360,530 1,686,880 1,911,896 ota 182,719 1,058,910 1,358,635 1,518,017 1,118,585 61,836 132,159 413,198 59,620 1,301 826 2,679,184 ota 328,808 1,427,006 i 1,289.600 2,235,628 1,128,179 60,705 30 153,593 332,422 letts 2,238,943 md 345,5u6 it 746,258 5,997,953 y 1,444,933 nia 5,258,014 168,493 1,042,399 Columbia 230,392 1,655,380 inia 762,794 olina 1,617,947 olina 1,161,149 1,837,326 391,422 3,672,316 2,192,404...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 December 1890

Aberdeen Herald. December 18, 1890. 'i'liaroday, TItACK NOTES. Railroads Jottings Picked Here and There. » J. T. Carney, th - bustling business man of Elma, late candidate for the legisla ture, gave the hand of the Herald man j a lfeartv shake this veek. Among other , things he said were some words of en lighten™lent on the railroad situation. "The Northern Pacific will have iron laid into Elma by December 19th," said Mr. Carney. "Connection with the Kamil ehie line will immediately be made, and before Christmas trains will run from Centralia into Montesano." The grading is almost completed from Aberdeen to Montesano, and it is under stood that iron will at once be laid. Feb ruary Ist will bring to Aberdeen con nection with the outside woild. NEARLY COMPLETED TO OLYMPIA. An Olympia dispatch to the Tacoma Globe quotes G. A. Kile, of the Northern Pacific, as saying: "All grading is com pleted from Lake View to Olympia, and our only drawbacks are bridges. Much of the track is laid as f...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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