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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 June 1891

perdeen Herald. .. - June 18, 1891 SIGNALS. Haiti or Tempera- Cold r* Sntrto. ture Signal. IVaz'e. -hn to temperature. When placed »l i„V2 It Indicates warmer wuather; '®iiS below No- 1 or 2 - it; Indicates 'Ether- when not displayed, the Indl ' « that the temperature will remain Vo 4is i ot displayed unless a tem w> f K degrees or lower is expected. 4is displayed, No. 3is always L itr predictions for the weather arc re ffi» by the board of trade, and the ISired from the pole over the board's E Any combination of flapfs can be ■Ldbrreferrinc to the above explana ffr-Jptjins will do well to consult | jj|Jli before sailing. LOCAL of building. EL'tfrnit jars at Rroenert Bros.' Evdiess goods, newest designs, at JKjßive. G. H. Keith. at the Aberdeen Market, Eptsper box. It. Kptpiles and quantities of fireworks Jburiwl for the Fourth. foundry is turning out a new Zfat the steamer Typhoon. Bybrst cigar in town —La Coronado— MJiberdeen Candy Factory. 'ftiJohn A. Logan's Home Magazine A l...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 June 1891

Aberdeen "eraid. Thursday, - June 18, 1891 r<f: :r t / r: One of the chief <jn < a.-ked. and often, the<ifi?ti-», "Wh:;r (y • •...*••. Well, miiny thi i^s! fr i- iut •> ••••; %■». »>i probably u.i n.-.iriy •: -y. .:i - ill -n this earth. I iriiijj t*» ■ f < we had no bikw u:> !i> i ;• ■ t . . • »n --ary, anil tii >a y I'.-v.- ~ «i «• i known the therm juieior ru> i i at -jighlvju derees above zero. The rainy season bmrlus about the first of IX'cemi i-r and is owrr by the middle of April. This is our winter and during this time the rains are no heavie than in Mie 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 oi "Ma*on and Dixon's Hne." 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 un...

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 June 1891

Ken Herald. r . Jane 18, 1891. j HOTOR LINE. -j goon be connected with . fes t by an electric motor jjjffbeless Railroad Coin ed franchises from both Jboodi in the stun of five p that th! work on this «t once and hurried 4* men and money can jQ operation. What LfcrAberdeen is already in the increased in- Cin'the territory it tra- CUMGES AND INSUR u 0# SHIPPING. gjf the ease of entrance and EgHot the harbor ports to rates are much less tajdfrom this city than for Ln Portland or ports on j The towage rates on the laden vessel is fifty pud feet of lumber for in ultwentv cents per ton for tyt, while the towage rates din much larger, as the dis torted is longer. pee rates on lumber and liming the harbor ports aro 0 than the Sound rates on yd. The highest rate from kto San Francisco being pprcent. lower lower than juMale rates from Puget Inbtr rates being also three t eent. in favor of Grays lItXIETIES AND OTHER fUNIZA TIONS. )( phetor in the building up I community, hand-in-hand fab and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 June 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, SPOKEN ROUND THE RIM. (What the Felloes Are Saying.) Bom, to John liichardson aud wife, of Hoquiam, June sth, a son. "l\ A. Williamß has been selected as principal of the Montesano schools. A. P. White and Miss Ruth Bryan were married at Montesano, Wednesday, June 10th. | JTlie county auditor issued marriage license to A. T. Gibson and Tilda Alfred sou, both of Cedarvi He. The Hoquiam dramatic club will play the Ticket of Leave Man, at the Hoquiani theatre, Saturday night. H. S. Searle has left Montesano for Chicago, where he will superintend the manufacture of a patent rheumatism cure,, the right of -which he owns. Chas. H. Kegley, of Hoquiam, was married to Miss Joßephene Smith, of Des Moines, lowa, at the latter place, on Wednesday, the 10th. The little son of Edward Kramer, who lives near Elma, fell into a boiler of scalding hot water that had been left on the floor. The little fellow was so ba<ilv burned that ho lived only a few hours. Work on the ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 June 1891

£1 ■ jliMI m DECE3I-v> J. IOH. .ttbetX tad tiep it holy," *ar«i*y. flSiott. jJtfiuW. B|jl thisU , » e iOMP*:ri* goggle*: liadiava &*L«ra. KB KW lefclldhoca, rtta*, tie cr-3\_n£iy, »toribi« cri~e, llbg or iwtaeilng, ■mum oi town aali - [ffioshii lair u~« 111 ifihcftU it til. age; Mkotder fltwc, iftiriiM:* •< other Hs»lW>hoo33, ELiirepreMiiorprsy, bin bail rams; gUatprvUUl. Dctbeiune. [ On or ?ai Boy*. dh " ' — 1 i Stats of TMngs. liiiiUffi to Seattle the 'past jjfwe-Times, was Mr. J. M Aberdeen, who came over ■ neeting of the Masonic [ Itogßntleman was instru- Wing aot only the Blue faCUptor and Commandery [liach is supposed to be the hiring* Chapter and Com ifc Weatherwax is liigli finer and eminent coiri iktter, and, as may be im taiMtic Mauon. He is a M. Weatherwax the "father L'od has great faith in the itatahqpdred buildings in ■Inetion, at present," said ii| the season Trill undoubt * One of th<JUe now being rtrnctnre which will purposes and pi.jPlaoß have been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 June 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, * - June 25, 1891 THE CLIMATE. One of the chief questions asked, and often, the first is, "What of your climate ?" Well, many thingßl It is not perfect, bu probably as nearly so as you will find on this earth. During the winter of 1890-91 we had no snow up to tne first of Febru ary, and then only few a days of cold and known 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 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 blizzards, no sudden changes from heat to cold, and heavy thunder is unknown. There are no hot days i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 June 1891

Keen Herald. - June 25, 189t. KfTjiorOK LINE. Lfill *°° n ~° n nec' € d with r wes t by an electric motor 'lieilfc Whelcs Railroad Com -1 franchises from both boniJH in tliesum of five that th.- work on this at once and hurried & U men and money can jg in operation. What jfl do for Aberdeen is already at extent, in tha increased in the territory it tra- !ges and insua>- ' SHIPPING. e ease of entrance and [ the harbor ports to ige rates are much less bom this city than for Portland or ports on i towage rates on the r laden vessel is fifty feet of lumber for in rentv cents per ton for vhile the towage rates luch larger, as the dis td is longer. *tes on lumber and ig the harbor ports are n the Sound rates on rhe highest rate from San Fra-cisco being ent. lower lower than le rates from Paget rates being also three . in favor of Grays Mr SOCIETIES AN I) OTHER m-OKGASIZA TIONS. Hpknt factor in the building up Hinr community, hand-in-hand Hirhoohi and churches, are the Be fraternal ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 June 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - lU9I. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY »Y DEP. IR. KDITOK AND PAOFRIKirOit. terms or sc»scwf®mik: 4tae year, in advance !5 (Six montha 1 J? "Three months .... ■ , '•> Advertising rates on application. Entered at the poetoOoe at Aberdeen, Waeh., <ae eecond class mall mrttor. Rewi and all Iteau of Interest, solicited from all parte of the county. The name of theeender •hould appear. Address all communications to «the ABERDEEN HERALD. W» do not hold ourselves responsible for the view* or opinions expressed bj our correspond ents. We reeerre the rirt* to icjectany and all matter of s personal naiare, where it reflect* to Ske individual discredit at.any-one. The bole in the surplus lias now :reached such proportions that it is all hole and no surplus. This was our position as taken last week.—Editorial Column Wmskmgtonian, June 18tb. Yes; but in order to correctly outline the editorial course of the Watkmgumian,, 'the position that it will take this week 4»nd ne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 June 1891

jpi-hen Herald. . June 18, 1891. H&.TB S® SIGNALS. gfjf tr Temper*- Cold [* htre Signal. Wave. K timperature. Whea placed ifTiiltiudlcatee warmer weather; h*k>w No. 1 or 2, it indicate* 1 J2jL when not dUplayed, the indi ißjl die temperature will remain ff JTid a ot diaplayed nnleaa a tern bSmimi or lower ia expected. KT| I* fitplayed, No. t ii alwaya i>«*itlrf ""* tor the weather are re- Blfu ft* board of trade, and the ■Sad D«B the pole over the hoard's eeabiaatlon of flag* can be Eft*idwrini to the above explana ffifßiUln* will do well to conanlt ISfclSn *allint. LOCAL ■Irf Arty candies at Boyer's. ptfnit jars at Krc inert Bros.' has the fire works. ilMrooi Mfcs for sale. Apply to |fcC. 9- Nat wick and wife, psibL pair Aberdeen ia being over patnpiied. ItaHt principal Imports now are fire works. ifca'l andcal talent is now in fu. ifictfee for the Fourth. fSkpa came in Tuesday after life (Mali amount of freight. tyadOonrtney have moved in- Erfcboey block on Heron St. ile...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 June 1891

Hi CXAT2 HAJM&K X&iwtL fttr mi** mnh «< tee Culunr il-ja «te ffaoife «caaw. job* Jnuow* * li'.ijj.a'Af* a* ite JMi* aw«tei«* aw. MfaHkatW «t«fa<KWt Thctercar- to tmafty «w*ww traaa IMB to i£j*eti fat* a* lagi 4Me. tfa«aMw,«rdi«wri,»fa«« i %nte wiA*, ate tee wCfgu* w-i*fa -A •** barter fatwtl-ve tapenm •ktp'iat at to 11*11 ead, whwefafa w*« by the '.Wa«a«j rfa(kfari»Bt •I* <4* barter there are three wxsfil de*s*»J ***4 aa*rjauj i«V/ w trfa. -fat* dteaste 4r atw Ifa k*4«< '4* Uw. Ifa«<faaMk am mwifri foot eaefe Ifa faawre by «*- -tewtee ate fata tap to the pteae «< «faa mmyypmtat, vim** the «Uf waaer. -Tiiil ave waaiaiil, hac pwe»* •aura, amy, and the water fa <*»» ay to ste -wry ftjrjf: Imt, M the bete '*< to* ter- V* Oae teaaowi fa v*w ta« thwaaate 4«« wife, <arryiat a * « *««■ 4ey«fa to the atst «wM m» 4t*iiA *S? a* 4mwt aa »« ac « ea* be atee va » hich «. •ef wattaa be teate. Cfetetteae faa (awMMian aaafc,ifa £v» << »«» imf. Dk faHwr fa hai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 June 1891

11l ,'EMLI ,'IIM! I MUD 11 SCREAM | 1 CT-JIII 4THB9H |'' * ' |i Grabs Italy or Chili by the Slack of the Pants and Shakes Them. JUST FOR FUN!—— * ■ — W ARE INVITED TO CELEBRATE ALL ARE invited aberdeen^^- U«.mi SPFAKING. GAMES. SPORT. FUNJILLM . lam now ready to show the public the Finest Stock of ■VAX Woolens ever brought &J? Jf | \i\ to the City. / y / I v \&V / / The /& / Largest mhtam \ T?/. \ /Z Line °* Pant- Is> \\> * /j? /. ingsi " th ' Wat my place • Jr Jy c ity at my place, A. E. ZIEHLSDORFF, fiit Assort yA* yx\ X. 1 Have Only ®t of Spring ,/ M \^A ■, y y \ Xx One Price "™ t " ™ xW *> aii. 9- /Z <r ' TAILOR, V<*«|\ * ZIA y TWO DOORS EAST OF \ [ y WOODING'S BANK. X J. A. HOOD, REAL ESTATE, r I Property in Aberdeen a Specialty, Uall and Investigate. Office on F St., Rear IJeroij. HOTEL SARGENT . I ABERDEEN, WASH. 1 only Fir ' Class Hotel on Gray's Harbor. — o- I kDQUA\TE FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS. LEVI SARCENT, Propr, P * MRS. JOHN A. LOGAN. it Chara...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 June 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, ■ - June 25, 1891 What the Alliance Claims. Leauers of the farmers' alliance have recei% - ed in reply to circulars the follow ing information as to the strength of the organization in the states named, tow it: Georgia 86,000 Mississippi 4',U00 Kansas 120,000 lowa 15,00:1 Missouri..... 90,000 California... 20,000 Kentucky... 95,000 .Colorado.... 3.000 Virginia .... 60,00J Maryland.... 8,000 In nearly every one of these stales there has been an increase in member ship since the Ocala convention. In lowa it is in rounds numbers 10,000, and in California 8,000. Iu addition to these states Oregon is ready for a stato organization with 100 apd about 4,000 members. New Jejr'sey is in the same way with fifty sub-alliances and 2,500 members, and the organization has a good start in Wyoming, Idaho, Washington and Min nesota. Little progress has been made as yet in New England, but outside of that section the national officers of the alliance expect to have every st...

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

■arming LANDS EpwtyWie Hai jin Spot I'KonucTrvjc. HXnmhmi inquiries touching HHffs county, amount of yield of farm K| jR which they are sold, Bt m,, on through a list of ■P could only be answered the knowledge gained experience, that the paper decided to try SpbMrilarticK anxwering all, SStf (he inquiries as possible. Hg| the information necessary to ■IHto be done a list of questions {trmers in all parts of the Bjjjba request that they would BjpT ie, or such of them as their enable them to do. Hpjrof lotwceived from tbhty-six JE* North i the lists were chuven in this Wticle are Com in a free answers and are as make Thi KZd buflf ®rTthe^nk, to r^i d ,^^ Bifitberdeen bridge wan '"*gL fr for the first time t nstin has moved h(l>, n into the new E and ei<*yio given the questions and an- ■*, USD—COST OF CLEARING. ■sjlTTlill is the average price ■Mpiand agricultural land T ■hh-What is the average price agricultural land? nto average cost per acre for ■W&Nnng bottom land ready M ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 July 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 and safest harbor on the coast. The bar car ries a depth of from eighteen to twenty three feet ol water at low tide, wu«iii 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 Chehalisand Wislikah rivers. In the harbor there are three well defirifed channels offering ample anchorage rqpm 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 coutlned, has swept them away, and the water is deep up to the very shore line. At the head of the har bor the chann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 July 1891

!!E ,'EIELI ,'tUD! MP WILL Ml ; |r* fljfrJILT <IHW Grabs Italy or Chili by the Slack of the Pants and Shakes Them. -JUST FOR FUN!== invited TO CELEBRATE all are iwwited , on pa* ' | * ridge wan ""Will GAMES. SPORT. FUN m1y4,1891 is being J j to show the "*• Woolens ever brought * [ to t ' ie cit y- A. A A& A . LargCSt hf Foreign V% X w / Lme 0t l ant ' m i X/', v// ings in the Poolens you V X ~ /«A / . ji and at my place • XJy city at my place, A. E. ZIEHLSDORFF, t Fine As*, rt- / XX I Have Only •"totsprms /,7/ * X / >X One Price w>«. jry WY A,,. ®gs. //<*?/ \ } r 'J t X y TAILOR, * A<< A two doors EAST OF \ <?o>V y BANK. J. A. HOOD, REAL ESTATE, hsidc Property in Aberdeen a Specialty. Call and Investigate. Office on E St., gear HOTEL SARCENT ABERDEEN, WASH. 'he only First-Class Hotel on Gray's Harbor. o 'EADQUARTERS for commercial travelers. LEVI SARCENT, Propr. A Grand Old Record. When next the brethrer assemble in state convention and construct a plat ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 July 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - July 2,11591 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — IF. IR,. WALL, EDITOK AND PROI'KIMTOR. TEttMH OF SUBSCRIPTION*. One year, in advance fcJ (i Six months 10 Three months ...... . . 7 Advertisiug rates on application. Entered at the postottiee at Aberdeen, Wash., «s second class mail mutter. News and nil Items of interest, solicited from all parts of the county. The name of the sender should appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN HERALD. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the ritfht to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where It reflects to the individual discredit of any one. MAKING ABERDEEN GROW. R. S. Jackson, who has been investi gating the coal mines owned by Aber deen capitaiiss in Lewis county, about eight miles east of Centralia, states that the mines are practically inexhaustible. It is the intention of the owners of these mines to develop thein at once, and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 July 1891

W Jtoii Herald. 1 ■ /MjP. - July 2, 1891. P*Vn SIGNALS. Ei o- Cold not. Wave. When placed ler weather; It Indicates ad, the indl will remain unless a tem -18 expected. 8 is always ither are re ide, and the r the board's ags can be >ve explana -1 to consult LOCAL I lies at Boyer's. it Kroenert Bros.' , at Kroenert Bros', e kept busy all the i celebrate with, at blocks will soon be ion will parade on has been painted in pyrotechnical possi the Chehalis river e just received 100 ing built to the rear itaurant. e being cleared for ih presents a good coat cu paint. >pene4 a restaurant ding on F street. rink, Friday night, i bridge was rwnrg 3 first time MondSk iaa moved her book ito the new Dabney continually receiv ■etatablea and jpo ing built along Sec he North Aberdeen to rent. Singly or Inquire at this is moved his stock Benn building on ;he Toklas & Kauf )n street is ready E/i. ' • neet in Mrs. Geo. ishkah street, Wed see that all plank are thorougly wet he alley between i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 July 1891

Alwrdeen Herald. Tliurmhiv, • July IHOI Tim CUMA Vl(, Ollti of llm tillluf IJIIQHIIon* HMkfltl, Hlltl vftmi, itin fli'ml lx, "Wliitt ofyourullmntu?" Wull, iiiuiiv tlilntfitl ft lit not |nii'(ii'l, liii pl'ollltlily l|N ItMttliy Nil H< ,Villi Will Itllll 1111 ililhiiiii'lli, I>ui'tiitf Himwintertil lMthi-til wo liu'l iiii hiiiim mi iii i 111 Hint of Kobru wry, mill tlmn only fmv u ilnyn ol cold mid hiitiwn llittlhoriiiaiiinter Ntood ult<l|(littHin lliii'O«lM above Hiiro. Tim rainy muiHiiii Infill* nbout tlio Ural ill Pootnntior itml U ovttr by Ibo mldtlln nf A|ull, Tliln U our winter mid ilurhm (lilm Mmo Ilu> rain* »ro no boovlti i bun In Mm month of A|»iil In llm imUKIIo titiiltiH, Oyer half ol llm tiny* between theno dute* m* in* worm uiiil balmy hn th«i ilrwi nf Juno In moat Ntnle* uortb of "Mhwmi mut I'UonV lino." YmiU ure green, bonne iiluiilh bloom In tin* upon nit', nil kind# of mil ilooi- ooouimtioun uw imrmted every di*y In llm yum'. \V< Imve no dmiKorou* wind...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 July 1891

HL Herald. |V . July 2, 1891. I. to connected with ty an electric motor 1 feinchlses from both in the sum of Ave th: work on this It once and hurried KB and money can 2 operation. What Aberdeen is already la the increased in lbs territory it tra- ■£S AND INS If R WIPPING. of entrance and harbor ports to are much less this city than for or ports on towage rates on the vessel is fifty of lumber for in cents per ton for the towage rates larger, as the dia an lumber and harbor ports are the Sound rates on highest rate from IHlpgliß Fra n cisco being lower than jK|)fck rates from Puget JKhrntes being also three in favor of Grays mmmm and other JHplor in the building up pHpamnity, hand-iii-hand g* mml churches, are the (■U, societies; of these Chapter and jflhj; trapying a well (or- JH|pi npplied with splen- IHtwkine accoutrements. l|SLMardfcate Lodge, Re SjHnd Encampment. Tliis : fi good building and its the best and neatest tflHbw—A well equipped members and a Ami organization. Workmen—...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 July 1891

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