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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 September 1891

A trie daughter I was born in Aberdeen, ,the Atlantic ocean, fot I of Britain's queen— and lias wy devotion. , ve wed * loyal son— r regeneration— ,en the cruel strife began ought to rend this nation. tited oft mid shot and shell Ids of battle gory, innv a noble hero fell Baled with blood his story. jr prond flag, whose stars today like the stare, of heaven, led in dust by traitor hands— ish, they are forgiven. fen travailed not in vain, anv sods God gave her, o would risk their lives again, ed upon, to save her. ring wedded one of these, ;h born across the wa'er, ad of Britain and its queen, nele Sam's true daughter. *» Communicated. Aberdeen, Sept. 10, 1891 |g Hebald:—"War at the water lis the heading of an article in the eof the Bulletin. That there thing in the nature of "war" is Bsheer and simple. I will here tatement of the facts in the case, know will not be contradicted lonest man who was present. 1 weeks ago I put my men and I work cutting down the bluff at > My reasons ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 September 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thnredar, September 17, 1891 L.UMBKK FOB THE WORLD'S FAIR. A Convention of Washington Lumber men Called at Taeoma. Walla Walla, Sept. 15.—Dr. N. G. Blalock, the newly elected executive com missioner and president of the Washing ton world's fair commission, has taken hold of the work in good earnest. Among the first things to receive his attention was the matter of procuring material for the proposed state of Washington build ing at Chicago, which is to be made an exhibit of itself. To canvass this matter thoroughly with the lumber producers of the state, Dr. Blalock has issued the fol lowing : CALL FOR A LUMBERMEN'S CONVENTION. Walla Walla, Sept. 1, 1891. To the lumbermen of Washington : —ln the interest of the Washington timber and lumber exhibit I have concluded to call a convention of lunibernen to meet the executive committee of the Washing ton world's fair commission. The con vention will assemble at the rooms of the chamber of commerce in Tacoma, at 10 a. m., ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 September 1891

Rherdeen Herald. Septembe" 17, t8»l \n Aluminum Boat. I ling expei imeuts have recently j le on the Lake of Zurich willi a | t entirely of aluminum. The' ,hs only about half a ton—viz., f tlie weight of an ordinary boat nesize. It was built at the j Messrs. Kscher Wyss &. Co., of j he metal having been furnished j uminuin Works, of Schafflmusen, is obtained b) anelectrical pro- 1 dynamos being driven, not by gines, but by turbines, which e water power of the celebrated i« Rhine, so that the boat claims lusively the products of Swiss J pow< r. It carries eight per 1, with a petroleum engine of horse, easily makes six miles an luminum not being subject to permanent color of the boat is a dull white, while the chimney, polished aluminum, shines like Ihe trial trips of the boat were kiinently tnccessfnl, and it is anticipated L t [, e construction of aluminum t team- A having the same capacity and only Mf the weight of the iron ones now used *1 Swiss lakes, has a great future bef...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 September 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thuwdar, September 17, 1891 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY 3T. "W .A. I_! L, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In advance #2 00 Six mouths 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. \ews and all 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 <io not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the rlßhtto reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflects to tho Individual discredit of anv one. When is the new schoolhouse to bo built? Tho war cloud in Europe seems, as usual, to be made of newspaper wind. The Herald is in receipt of an invita tion, with a complimentary ticket, to attend the industrial exposition at I'orl laud, which opens on tho 17th inst. It seems that John L. Wilson talked al...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 September 1891

jberdeen Herald. Lgiay, September 17, 1891 WEATHER SIGNALS. „ Rain or Tempera- Co!J ,^ r Stmt. ture Signal. Wave. , refers to temperature. When placed ►i' ,ot2, it indicates warmer weather; IXoed below No. t or 2, it Indicates ■ sL,ther; when not displayed, the indi .are that the temperature will remain Eirv So. 4is not displayed unlesßa tem- ELnl 45 d. (trees or lower is expected, a No. 4' s displayed, No. 3is always Bj.Hv predictions for the weather are re- Eldaily t> v " lu ,)ottr(l of trade, and the S.nlaved from the pole over the board's Jim Any combination of flaps can be .Stood by referring to the above explana ai,in ctDtains will' do well to consult finals before sailing. LOCAL Wake a look at the Portland addition, tf /Seetheoffer elsewhere ot Grant's Me !fcee. i,toC. R- Pratsch and wife, Sept. boy. mber claim for sale at a bargain, it this office. C. H. Phelps will close out her if millinery at auction today. street commissioner is having street refilled to the grade. jt...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 September 1891

GRA KS' IIARIiOR. 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 011 the coast. The bar car ries a depth of from eighteen to twenty three feet ol water at low tide, ...mo 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 (net by the Chehalisund 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 11 .id flats up to the point of their convergence, vvheie the volume of water, being more contined, has swept them 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. — 17 September 1891

>T3Krdeen Herald. ; . September 17. 1891 rot'NTT SCHOOLS. B gf ike Report of County W tilt**. ML of children between the ages of W,j jtvt residing in the countv 101, J,# 1 '! numlier of pupils en ■ pablis schools, 2,141 ; average W?fa oeti 1,4«9; number of resid- I atuading school outsid » their Caring y* ar - pupils Igprirlte school during year, 3; Pj children over 6 years of age in school during year, 694; _C|( t««fherH employed in public j * £ 't toiM tbe year holding state or I C certificates or diplomas, 2; during year holding f*j [ fodpty certificates, 15; teach dnring year holding second certificates, 30; teachers * ye« r holding third grade 15: whole number of Ljsrtplajred during vear, 71. monthly salary paid male Am* dwing year, $58.40; average IfcHtle teachers, $40.00; estimated I gfrod bouses, including gtounds, jSKj. (gtimated value of school furni- Tf>«; est'niuted value of school W including maps, charts, etc., X. Mtiinated value of library, Tj. ((jtJ value of al...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 September 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - September 17, 1891 PATENT PARAGRAPHS. The end of the Chilian war, if it be really en.'ed, will cut off a very remuner ative source of news for many Ameri can newspapers. Thft man who has been playing czar as proprietor of a summer resort hotel, is now beginning to feel and act like an ordinary man. A few weeks later and he nill actually grow humbl •. Twenty-one Catholic sisters of charity have been granted certificates to teach in the public schools of Texas. This is an innovation that will be watched with great interest by both Protestants and Catholics. The Chinese government appears at last to be waking up, and a commission has been sent to Europe to determine which of the rifles in use by European iirinies i* the best and to order 5J0,000 of them for the Chinese army. Somebody should invent a mirror that willenable a man to see himself as others see him, ami every professional politician should be presented with one of them at public expense. An epid...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 1891

DAILIES SAY. "'W ' .1, g, jjfca is the choice of the jqnvention for governor Jail p |)«*er was nominated by 1 A YiA itete democratic conven-j Apimhofgof the Southern Pacific , m Company at Portland were de- | »Rand, the New Westminster Eoof real estate, has brought suit •til* Westminster Southern Rail 1, for damages caused by breach 1 fega " inill^'n " "' at c ''. v ■ | <* Iqtcaber 18th. jLtdiasaid to be planning to seize :4s If It a slight .shock of earth In Wednesday of last week. ,S, Willamette: University building at ■Or., wa* slightly damaged by tire. Amident Bahnaceda, of Chile, is Idle have arrived at Mendoza, the lof the Argentine Republic, itstcaaeof the anti-lottery postal .I'll come op before the supreme tithe United States at the October Bihrotfi, superintendent of the ■ Drift mine near Nevada City, Iwainated on the morning of the ft De Young, editor of the San Iko Chronicle, is reported as hav- Lin Washington city that "Cali „flpM> on and means to have one «ef the...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - September 24, 1891 ,Ju»t When? It would be difficult todecide just when a country weekly becomes a country daily, though I believe it is a rule that when a town obtains a population of three thousand one of the weekly news paper publishers attempts a dhily, and fails. Most towns in the west of ten thousand population have daily news papers.—E. Howe in September Century. Is your house insured, if not'you had tetter see Wilcox & Alack for rates. JLiterary Notes. Miss Alice M. Fletcher, of the United States interior department and the Pea body museum, Cambridge, will contribute to The Century in 1892 the results of her studies of the American Indian in a series of illustrated papers. They will give an intimate account of how the Indian actu ally lives and thinks, his music, home life, warfare, hunting customs, etc., and it is the opinion of Professor Putnam of Harvard that they will undoubtedly be the most important papers that have ever b ?en published...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 1891

Crfeen Herald. ■ Septembe" 24., 1891 UK — frfAX 0N BACHELORS. taThl"k* "H< }r One. IL-ooihig legislature has passed a B lachelors $2 a year," says Bin her Washington. "Whether Et women voto there has auy jjwiththis new departure I don't ,j w hy isn't it a just tax? Society 'It's your business to be 08001) »fter you have made vour ipceaible. Otherwise you'll be told which theie can more odious. But you Imte a hosbaml. That would be womanly. You must wait to be •result is that the average woman tut offers —not what she wants— ■ than risk l,er t; h" nces 011 the mud men Bta ' k about literally the Eoe»tion- Well, if these lords ELope to take upon themselves the CfojUtieetf matrimony, why should penalty? Just so long as Kjflfoßlited for living in single sdnMft juft 80 ought unmar to be taxed. This tax should tt the of 30 and he doubled fiTCjetre, unless a bachelor proves he hw been crossed in love, or is osome sainted Maria, whose mem ieirer to him than the smiles of dill alive. Pove...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 1891

Aberdeen Ileiaid. Thursday, Septembe- 24., 1891 [BSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY U l . IE?,. ~W~ ALL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TEItMS OF SI'BSfBIPWON: One year, fu advance <2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months "5 Advertising rates an application. l-.uierud at the postolflce at Aberdeen, Wash., second class mail matter. News and all items of interest, solicited from all parts of the comity. The uame of the sender •hould appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN HERALD. Wit c!o not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the right to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflects to the individual discredit of anv one. The republicans have turned on the Fassett and the democrats will no doubt tap the Flower barrel, so that every indi cation points to a rich campaign of boodle in New York. The lleraLd is pleased to acknowledge the receipt of an invitation to attend the ball and reception at the lloquiam hotel n...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 1891

(toerdeen Herald. - September I Hit I ' ■ urFATHER SIGNALS. fain or Tempera- Cold $ n m [ . tare Signal. Wave. ■ refers to temperature. When placed ' «.«« i nrk It indicates warmer weather; \ HfSccd be l<,w N '°- V. "1 2 ' indicates I W L..»h..n when not displayed, tl>e iiuli- IKire th«t the temperature Will remain ■*.*. so. 4is not displayed unless a teni '4s ft crees or lower is expected. 4 1' displayed, No. 3 is ulwayi pWotlont for the weather are re- Mj iliilr !»' the board of trade, and the •BStanlsved'from the pole over the board's IBim Any combination of flags can be hv referring to the above explains cipto'n* wi " do well to consult before sailing. LOCAL || ijojjr pot* at the Diamond front. ' jMason'B fnut jars at Kroenert Bros.' JCrockcry, tall lines, at Kroenert Bros'. Jjhjj j 8 yie time to go to the Elma fair. Sgoni, toW. F. Boyer and wife, Sept. to C. A. JJeardsley and wife, Jpt2l,a|irh , iwfibon Bros.' mill was running five- J9jitaß time last week. fain. John A. L...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 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 ot water at low tide, •mitn 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 miies, gradually tapering to a point at its eastern end, where it is met by the Chehalis and Wishkah rivers. 111 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 fiats up to the point 6f 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 the chann...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 1891

jprdeen Herald. K September 24., 185 M Worth He*dln«r. B bjcoin e **' on ' a t'° that those not j paper business urn the ones L their own opinion, kno v the 'E* k ne*si>aper should be run. j r,„. c )gßg ntay like to hear what' Chas been in the business almost j ■ yje and ikould know has to say Subject. Frank J. Mead, at the Wj editorUl association this year, is expected to grind every while nobody cares to turn the Every sort of notice— ,$L gociaf, political and religious— U'to P*'d for. 'The laborer is Jtjf his hire.' Iu the case of re- Itjf no tices and announcements for J orpuiiMrtons, a strict account at X r rites should be kept for the year Jevervchurch and society; and then, E deemed desirable by the proprietor, «teod of the year, the bill—receipted i jEbt be sent in as his personal con (Ktn to the cause of the Lord and his Mfmea. Then these gentlemen would m-ind newspaper owners themselves *| be astounded at the amount given K)v for the cause of God and |fcity by the poor ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 September 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thnrsila , September 24-, 1891 LOCAL AGAINST NATIONAL. The Difference Between Good and Bad Building and Loan Associations. \V. S. Garber, state examiner of build ing and loan association t for the state of Nebraska, in reporting upon national associations seeking to do business in hii state, says: "Am to these national association* bringing in eastern • capital, there is nothing in it. It is safe to assert that every dollar loaned on property in Ne braska by a national building and loan association is collected from shareholders in Nebraska. It collects trom one man to loan to another anil in the transfer they nab 16% per cent, for handling the deal. In every instance I have had to investigate their operations it is con clusively shown that they have taken out much more in initiation fees, dues, loans, fees, fines, interest ami premium than in disbursed in the state. They are parasiti cal, they take much and contribute noth ing. In one instance the books of a.bank i...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 October 1891

ff^W*'Mß' mi Blfl im 111 lil BMliii 11 nim i 1 illlliM « H ■fol. VI. mkk ■ WHAT THE DAILIES SAY. m October 8. The N. P. R.R. objects in court against state taxes levied on its main line. G. U. Holcomband L. N. Eklund, who boomed and deserted Hoquiam and South 'Bend, are now getting in their V>om work jon Coos bay. The republican state central cemmittee met in Tacoma yesterday, and decided upon Seattle as the place for holding the •convention to elect delegates to the na tional convention. Charles Stewart Parnell died yesterday. Ireland in mourning. His sins forgiven by his countrymen. Causes of his death -a mystery. It is said he. committed aucide, was shot in a duel, and died from rheumatism developing into fever. October 9. The state tax levy will probably be three G#l Campbell and Major McKinley held a joint debate yesterday at Ada, 0., and discussed the issues of the day. October 10. It 18 said Parnell's mother is going Insane. The little Cleveland baby girl has been named Ru...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 October 1891

LW i / 1 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 ami safest harbor on the coast. The bar car ries a depth of from eighteen to twenty three feet ot water at low tide, ~uiuu 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 Wishkah rivers. In the harbor there are three well defined channels offering ample anchorage room and merging into one broad, deepcliannel or roadstead, near the head of the harbor. These cha/>ls ure separated from each other the shore proper by ex tensile n_jd Hats 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 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. — 15 October 1891

Aberdeen Herald. mrsday, - Octobe- 15, 1891 THE DEMOCRATIC ISSUE. enry Watterson, In October North American teview.) lls it not, after all, the issue, and not e cannidate, that counts in the election a president? He was something more lan a- humorist who observed that by le time the personality of a presidential ominee was spread out over the whole mntry it grew rather thin! The im lense popularity of Mr. Clay could not ive him from defeat; and, in later times, le examples of General Hancock and [r. Blaine point the same moral. In the nature of things this must con nue to be so, and more so; the question [ availability, and no. of individuality, ccupying the first place in the thought t the nominating conventions. It seems ) be the destiny of our republic to go on ugmenting its grandeur and its power— lready concentrated beyond the dreams f the most extreme federalism by the ailway and the 'telegraph—until, a re •ublic no longer except in name, its chief nagistrates become mere type...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 October 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - Octobc" 15, 1«» I —— ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY nr. Tt. "WALL, EDITOR ANI» PROPRIETOK. TERMB OP SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance *2 00 Six months 1 J™ Three months "® Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. News and all 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 to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflects to the individual discredit of anv one. There is one question tlio republicans never can answer to the satisfaction of the laboring man. It is Where is the American laborer whose wages have been raised by the McKinlev bill ? If the tariff is a tax, and the consumer has it to pay, why do the importers make such a howl and try to evade tiie duties? ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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