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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 August 1891

| I CAME HERE. the United States That ltd to Aberdeen. KLgdlMiim, president of the fllufei secretary Grays Harbor KIIWO Association and mem te firm of P. G. Hus- Krwnaft. of Kroenert Bros., pro- Diamond Front Grocery to leave Kansas HH|| Grays harbor country through parties who were Geo. Kehey and n drum- Hjiiwnced corresponding with EfUfey, *t that time real eatate Anally decided to come ■ «ell pleased with the situa ilfctown and located. We have and I feel confident 'Km**'* aßßHrei ' f° r " l(i city.| tailor—l was run- K||Bd cigar stand in Tacoma fended to open a tailoring 'Burnt there, when Joseph Dab- KeiloDg and turned my attention and Grays harbor. I ■mm property there and went jSftM. In a few months I found tDd came down to Aber jpttkd up. s ince that time I ■h mil and, notwithstanding a K 4 people are complaining of Sitf.l have a number ol orders Icretary of the Pacific Jompanv of Aberdeen jtract firm of Geo. D. not think my story wholesale and retail s to Aberdeen as sales ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 August 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Tuursda", - August 13, 1891 The "Pacific Magazine." The July number of the Pacific Maga zine is a decided improvement upon former issues. The new cover is good ; and with the elimination of the two female figures on the lower part and in their place a continuation of the clearly drawn arabesque, would be still better. The Century Magazine's cover should have pointed out the difficulty of using conventional figures on a cover. Elihu Vedder was perhaps the best man to have made the design, and yet his de signs for The Century are not a striking success. But to return to the Pacific. The improvement in the magazine is more than skin-deep. It ie not so much that a stronger corps of writers has been added as that the editors seem to have been exercising their divine right of re jection. Their is nothing in this num ber to drag down the average. The little poem of Herbert Bashford, entitled "Deception Pass," is very pretty, much better than his story "Dimples," ? hich is ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 August 1891

■erdeen Herald. pi . - Anarust 18, 1891» r 0 MOTO A' LINE. 18-ill goon be connected with ■ «t 8 vent by an electric motor Wheless Railroad Com ■f franchises from both ■ the sum of Ave ■.jiWUn l that the work on this Kaite begun at once and hurried ■jultft 88 men and money can ■•untilit is in operation. What ■ l-ill do for Aberdeen is already extent, in tha increased in ■dtfifeeted in th° territory it tra tjf CHARGES AND INSC7K apm i!(CE on shipping. 1* gout of the ease of entrance and ■Lability of the harbor ports to Kgi the towage rates are much less bound from this city than for ■k*d from Portland or ports on ■yggd, The towage rates on the Kjrjalumber laden vessel is fifty ■ tho u Band feet of lumber for in ■Lin*, »nd twentv cents per ton for Kit freight, while the towage rates "-"KJJdid are much larger, as the dis- Kjltbe traversed is longer. K imurance rates on lumber and Egdise leaving the harbor ports are Kit lower than the Sound rates on ■j®? cargoes. The highest rate from L ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 August 1891

i Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - August 13, 1891 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY IF 1 . ZR-. ~W~ ALL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS or subscription: One year, In advance $2 00 Six months 1 Jy Three months 70 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofficc at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. News and all items of interest, solicited from all parts of the couuty. The name of the sender should appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN HERALD. Wk do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the rUht to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflects to the individual discredit of anv one. As soon as those bountiful crops in Kansas are gathered, every farmer wtio c.ni get away will make a bee line for the state of Washington. • The Tacoina Globe declares that the Seattle ring "has a death fcrip upon the republican party of this state." It does look that way.— Telegraph. Senator Squire is...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 August 1891

Keideeii Herald. August 13, IMH LOCAL I, beginning to run. Edition to Aberdeen. tf till lines, at Kroenert Bros*. Aberdeen, August (i, to Mr. 11. Wyaian. a son. being graded up to the site ;. Joseph's hospital. is is being graded on the side of Stewart's creek, etween Wishkah and Mar s been planked from H to I. rChelialis now runs through n to Pearson's every even ihing times, and the man est imag : nation catches the new G. F. Vack residences ind the other four will be as «tap on a distinctive bell asllent tire alarm. Wo are to have this. ah Hose Company now has iose house, fitted up with i for drying hose. Ron, L. W. Walker, W. J. W. H. S. Gavin are build -186 just above Tew's wharf. Weatherwax, the large schooner built in this city, dend of $125 for last month. Hews initiated the Knights the base ball degree last ;ore conferred was 25 to 17. cannery will run this sea ;ineer has been ordered up y preparation is being made tart. I Cuaunings & Cook have had a force of Rnitvork t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 August 1891

GRA YS HARBOR. About fifty miles north of the Colum bia river is the entrance to Gravs harbor, rfroni 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 ot water at low tide, »umi ■ 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 Huts 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 th...

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 August 1891

prdeen Ilfcfald. ■ -■ August 13, 11191 |s FAIR FARMING (H, Seeking Perfection and Vegetables. Ipidphates in Franklin Coun- Architects Recognized. I any men in the statp ested in tin' matter of itate of Washington an at the World's Fair dock, of Walla Walla, ident of the Washing commission, but he is devoting his time and opacity. He has set iof his beautiful farm city lor World's Fair hich ib under a perfect tion and irrigation, Dr. raise a variety of grain Ttment of garden vege >ay particular attention .-ill drill them in care m all the attention pos of wheat he intends to : varieties, as blue stem, white winter, red chaff Che standard varieties md rye will also be ling will be cared for and complete records lat calculations can be ■ield per acre, the pro seed, etc. >ject is to attain by cul tion the highest possi :)f the best grains and fill be successful if the id, for the conditions of e good at the Walla had a farmer whose findings would permit ising experiments the uld a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 August 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - - August 18, l!!!)l f THE GREAT CANALS, The Sault Ste. M ine Has More Traffic Than the Suez, However. Here are some (iyrnres which, by com parison, will show the importance of the "Soo" Canal to commerce —an importance lit tie suspected l>y the public generally. The traffic of the Suez Canal for 1890 was 3,389 vessels, registering 6,890,014 net tons, as against 3,425 vessels and 6,783,- JB7 tons for 1889. The traffic of the Sault Ste. M rie Canal, during 234 days navi gation was open in 1889, wa59,576 vessels and 7,221,935 net tons, and in 1890 it was 10,557 vessels and 8,454,535 net tons —that is to say in 1889 the lock at the "Koo" passed 11 percent more tonnage than the fcuez Canal and in the 228 days that the canal was open last year, 22.8 per cent more tonnage passed through it than through the Suez Canal. This commercially great but littta known strip of water has been the direct cause of the railroads losing freight amounting to more than 220...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 August 1891

■ PARAGRAPHS. I lee for the promotion of except common sense, noity to earn the title will embrace it? language quoted by a (r as having been used rthe management of the 1 alliance is timely as "We are in the Ohio k John Sherman, and gt doing it as we were logalls and Hampton, jwv much about the Mat; it is the senator- B ! %by way of London a, now in Europe, favors if Mr. Cleveland by the I should be taken with a ice, in fact, several of Brice may not be a Solo- Kit he has presumably t know that it would be a for a man occupying jmura of the democratic tee—to openly express a be candidates for the j party. ■comer Jefferson and (4000, a snap, inquire rHome Industries. I abiding interest which ite individual posses lid satisfaction he feels prosper and its people r men, selfish in the us of their neighbor's ace we see many who establishments for od rather than buy at ir own town. Many mgbt elsewhere are no ban those offered by his snortsightedness em to see that their in fed with thos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 August 1891

GRAYS HARBOR. About fifty miles north of the Colum- Tiia 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 ot water at low tide, increases from ten to fifteen feet at high tide. The entrance, or channel, isabout. a mile wide, and the extreme width of the hnrbor is twelve miles, gradually tapering to a point at its eastern end, where it is inet by the Chehalis and Wishkah rivers. In the harbor there are three well defined channels offering ample anchorage room and ni 'iging 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 11 ad fiats up to the point of their convergence, wheie the volume of water, being more contined, lias swept them .away, and the water is deep up to the very shore line. At the he:)d of the har bor the chan...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 August 1891

Krdeen Herald. - August 20. Ut!) LETTER. Igaltr Correspondence.) fgrov, D. C., Aug. 13, 1891. it thus figures how the men ivmpathies can, unless some indidates shall have an over- Mijority at the start, name the >Jt is assumed that there are hborhood of fortv members alliance and that they will democratic caucus for the of officers of the house. If i all they have got to do is to together until the man nominated shall get votes |i theirs added to make a the caucus, and presto, the' Hi bv casting their votes for That is H" aspect of the case gplß seem to liave thought of ,nil is causing no little un gate the friends of the various lias been unusually quiet ; to various causes, but it t that no attempt was i presidential boom—few r the next ten or eleven booms this week by a t for a full ticket for euch four of the gentlemen I prominently mentioned indidates. The southern credited with having irman and Gray ticket er republicans are said s for the pro|K)sition to iblican ticket Bla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 August 1891

Aberdeen Repaid. Thursday, - Aiiffiisl 20, 1891 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY IF. • EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. term* or subscription: One year, in advance 12 00 Six months I 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the podtofflee at Aberdeen, Wash., AS second class mail matter. Jsewß and all items of interest, solicited from all parts of the conuty. The name of the sender should appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN HERALD. We do not hold ourselves responsible for tlie views or opinions expressed by 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 anv one. Harrison says he will not be a candi date for re-election if —but the ifs are too numerous to enumerate. Aberdeen's best claim for an appropria tion for harbor improvements is in her shipping statistics. Everybody should attend the school meeting next Monday with the determi nation to get the very oest thing poss...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 August 1891

iAberdeen Herald. - - • August 20, I it'll LEATHER signals. 'ftgtr R a >" or Tempera- Cold & Snow. tare Signal. IVair. E&infers to temperature. When placed i nr'2. it ludicates warmer weather; [fiSted below No. 1 or 2, it indicates when not displayed, the indi |Eue that the temperature will remain No. 4 is not displayed unless a tem of 4> degrees or lower Is expected 181. 4 Is displayed, No. 3 is always predictions for the weather arc re | Stilly by the board of trade, and the K&kfcyed from the pole over the board's [Kffiny combination of flass can be lEwidby referring lo the above explatia littip captains will do well to consult he fore salllne. FOR THE FISHERMEN. •blilile for Grays harbor bar, August and Time: High Water. Low Water, A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M BL 12.84 1.41 7.12 .. 7.29 EE. 1.23 2.15 7.-1 8.14 BE. 2.14 - 2.49 8.30. 9.00 ■K 8.04 3,30 . 9.11 9.52 BH. 3.53. .. 4.14 9.53 .10.50 ■K 4.52 . 5.03 10.45 W 6.02 . 5,55 11.54 11.37 MB: 1 . .... 7.26 . 6,53 1.07 a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 August 1891

Aberdeen Ileiaid. Thursday, A 600,000 Volume Book Sale. That immense sums of money are in volved in the business of publishing in New Yoik, is illustrated by an o|»eration of the Cosmopolitan Magazine, ot which the particulars have just come to light. Six hundred thousand volumes, equal to public libraries of three or four gi.od sized cities, have been purchased by that magazine at a single stroke of the pen, to lie used, as the proprietors believe, in adding a quarter of a million to the sub scription lists of that magazine. Th' volumes are the memoirs of Generals Grant, Sherman, "heridan and McClel lan. Of Grant's book it is said that (k>o,o( 0 'copies have been already sold in this country. By making so large a purchase, the Cosmopolitan people are able to offer the two volumes of Ge eral Grant's Memoirs in the original subscription, $7 edition, for fifty cents in addition to the price of the magazine. The offer is liter ally an unparalelled one in the history of the publishin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 August 1891

Aberdeen Herald. •filfogdft . " August 20, THE MOTOR LINE. Aberdeen will soon be connected with 3o(|;.iamon the west by an electric motor ]j m .. The Pacific Wheless Railroad Com ply have obtained franchises from both gtta and filed bonds in the sum of five thoKSH'"! dollars that the work on this ,0#! will be begun at once and hurried {orvard as fast as men and money can push it until it is in operation. What the road -ill do for Aberdeen is already fclt, to gome extent, in the increased in terest manifested in the territory it tra verses. HA KB OA' CHARGES AND INSUR ANCE ON SHIPPING. Od account of the ease of entrance and foe accessibility of the harbor ports to the ocean, the towage rates are much less (gra vessel bound from this city than for one hound from Portland or ports on Pnget Sound. The towage rates on the harbor for a lumber laden vessel is fifty tents per thousand feet of lumber for in indoot tow, and twentv cents per ton for incoming freight, while the towage rates on ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 August 1891

Tliursda , - August 20, 18»1 YHE INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION. The Building Nearly Completed and ; Ready for trie Fair.—Open-, " ~ |ing Day, September 10. Tac >ma, Wash., Aug. 15, 1801. The work on Hi • Western Washington Industrial Kxp>'iim building is so far tdvancod that no iVarsexist as to its com pletion according to .contract. The Edi don company has wired the building for lighting and for its grand exhibit of elec trical wonders. It is believed that the building con tractors will beat the time record of this toast in the construction of so Rhve a jtrnctr.re—22ox2Bo feet. The contract nas let on the 23d of May ."making about eighty days to date since work menced. It has proceeded uninterrupt edly, plans, materials and men fitting to gether admirabiv, {{without confusion 'or delay. The contract calls for completion •n the first of September, and there is no doubt that it will be delivered over l>y Messrs. Berensifc Operman, reads for ■so some days before that date. There are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 August 1891

r ■[BATTLES O'ER! '■ktf G - A - R - Anting on Petersons Point for Annual Encampment. CRABBING, BATHING. L A.E. encampment at Cohassett Lggoanced b) those who should |jn Hit most successful camp-fire It this state, and it is univer goded that there is no place in m gi admirably adapted to the Hgeemmodation of such gather nboreis now pitched the tents of giaiof the G. A. R. • of last week was advertised as judayancl many people arrived and the preceding day, but owing idemency of the weather there t little stirring around, nearly all uto remain under shelter ana e«diy found the weather clear m and visitors began to arrive fan to commence in earnest. camp-fire in the center of nr square formed by the tents ltd, and the singing of well-re- abend war songs announced that the jStiiMhad set in. Winight all the citizens and veterans Itiioand these fires and songs and ■ucenoes are indulged in until the ft alls all to bed. Good humor uni ity prevails, and many are the in ■tow and amusing anec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 August 1891

About fifty miles north of the Colum bia river is the entrance to (Jravs harbor, from the Pacific ocean, long known to Bavigators as the most accessible and iiafest harbor on the coast. The bar car iies a depth of from eighteen to twenty three feet ot wilier at low tide, «wui increases from ten to fifteen feet at high tide. The entrance, or channel, is about a mile wide, and tho extreme width of the barbor is twelve miles, gradually tapering Jo a point at its eastern end, where it is , inet by the Chehalis and Wishkah rivers. . In the harbor there are three well defined ! channels offering ample anchorage room j snd merging into one broad, deep channel j or roadstead, uear the head of the harbor, j 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 them away, and the water is deep tip to the very shore line. At Jhe head of the har ' S>or the...

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 August 1891

L berdeen herald. m - August 27, IH9I )gHGN IMMIGRATION. A,question of regulating foreign im ' to this country is of special Kgjo the people of the western or SLstem states, where a great num mjoar foreig"-ho''" population have ill new homes. Foreigners coming Eotike up and cultivate new lands) locate permanently and become 8j ,iul law-abiding citizens of the imLjjiates have always been and still Kjgyßie additions to the enterprising lyjon of the great West, and upon ■fboie there is no objection to'the X-H »nd Scandinavian newcomers BTjpe to till the soil and create new homes for themselves and jKu, If all immigrants were of that *£10regulation of immigration to the status would be asked for or Xjrfof for a century to come, neither EZrnreeent laws or rules for regulat- ■wpvov' 11 ' t nnu ,u «vo tvi Ibfjiiiat- aimed at this desirable "Wj mcfnl class ot immigrants. The jKjjnvian and Uerman im have been and still is an Jeortuit factor in the development of •Jresources of the great and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 August 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - - August 27, 1»91 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF BCBBCRIPTtOS: One year, in advance $2 CK 1 Six month* 1 J^V Three months 70 Advertising rates on application. F.ntered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Sows and all Items of interest, solicited from all parts of the couutv. 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 to reject any uud all matter of a personal nature, where it reflects to the Individual discredit of anv one. Somebody wants to call Mt. Rainier Harrison. They forgot that the old fel low is entirely too big for the grand father's hat. This year the eastern democraWmd the western republican may talk to Iheir hearts' content for the free coinage of silver; but only wait until the election next year. Then, to paraphase, the gold bug a...

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