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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 October 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Vhurßday, - - October 15, 1891 LOCAL Good bargains in flour at A Mcintosh's Crockery, full lines, at Kroenert Bros'. Two fire-proof safes lor sale, at Kroen ert Bros.' tf The steamer Alliance has taken a cargo ;o Coob bay. Two fire-proof safes for sale. Apply to Kroenert Bros. tf Work on the St. Joseph's hospital is progressing rapidly. Eichner Bros, are establishing a branch )hoe store in South Bentl. The City of Aberdeen was put on her ■egular run again last week. Toklas & Kaufman will move into their lew brick building the last of this month. Born —In Aberdeen, on Monday, Octo ber 12th, 1891, to the wile of C. C. Cooper, a girl. The City Drug Store has a large variety of the latest styles of box paper and en velopes. City taxes will be delinquent after the 31st of this month. Pay up or pay the penalty. Bush & Hogan, lawers, have dissolved partnership. Hogan and McGerry will join forces. J fist received at Wormald & Babcock's a car load lot of Garland'...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 October 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - October 15. IH'JI COUNCIL PROCEKDINGS. Abebdekn, Oct. 7. A number of bills were allowed, in lcuding election expenses. Report of city marshal referred. Alex Young's claim of $125 for three month's attendance on North Aberdeen bridge allowed. Balance of J. Cochran's account for defending injunction proceedings of Wall vs. City was allowed. The matter of water supply to parties off the mains was referred, with power to act, to committee on walks, wharves and health. Resolution passed that upon execution and delivery by J. B. Stewart and wife of deeds of right-of-way, water right, pump house grounds and deed of dedica tion of streets, ways, etc., agreed upon, that a warrant be issued for $6083.33, payable out of city water fund, to be cre ated by sale of bonds to draw 12 per cent. Ordered that warrant be issued to Cummings & Cook for <3000. The foolish man builds his home on the sand and tide-flats, but the wise max builds his home on solid ground,...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 October 1891

Mrs. Susan Gale Cooke was the only ndidate for secretary of the board lady managers of the world's fair their session in September. She now secretary- of the executive com ittee, having been elected to that posi >n when Phoebe Couzins was burred it. Mrs. Cooke was a candidate for cretary of the board when the St. I.ouis Dtnan was elected. She lives at Knox lle, Tenn., and is a very rapid worker, 3ar-lieaded and expeditious. In addi >n to these excellent qualities she is ceedingly patient and sweet-tempered, rs. Cooke was born in New York. Her ther was Dr. George Spaulding Gale, le of the most prominent surgeons of erinont, and her grandfather, also a na ve of Vermont, was one of the heroes of (12. Mrs.Cooke was educated in New ork City, and shortly after graduation arried Sidney E. Cooke. They moved Knoxville, and Mr. Cooke died there 1883. Mrs. Cooke has foi years taken t active interest in charitable work, le was one of the managers of the •ooklyn Orphan asylum. A person 10 ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 October 1891

Aberdeen Herald. TkiMiy. - - 15- 189! IT IS OX THE LIST. jS, **-*- ffi*a »~aA A-us. — Bak—-? Pel tiers— He* to Detect Tbem. In view of what tbe MinnwXa senate ha* <V«e, it is b«»ed that legislative bc-iW in Other saates will »no« take op tbe <•-. • iect of feed adnlteratkn. Tbe iist - i oemtair- immccit alam. tn*n official report# and published in a recect number ri tbe .-scientific American. is aareo below. '"It <iea!« in a direct man ner with an evil which most be cut down." said tbe Chkaao Tribune in o<m roentiryr on the Scientific American re l*jrt. Following is the list of mi A*l) AMMOSIA » lta« WWDB4, Camfiiti fm Official Rtferti Powders Uiarked with a star seem to have a general sale, as they are men tioned in at least two of the report, •iruxnt & Pacific *E»mi Cook's Favojhte .Scioto Caowy Sieves Sroos Cmru .Slveb Stab Dai»v *.-*Kowi>ain •Davis' O. K. fcovEßEiox Dbt Yeast Stab Ge* State Globe br.utiMßO ♦Kestos Sscxfloweb Pkabsok's Washkmjtos PEKIJfTTOS WIS...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 October 1891

■l. vi. Railroads and sich. K Northern Pacific Coming—Ocosta, lie Townsite in the Sea—oop. ■th Bend as a "Feeder" — Facts Against Real Estate Fancy. [. J. Horne, Jr., has been busy waking irvev for the extension of theJNorth- Pacifln into the cit}'. He will make ireful niao of all that part of the city lg the route of the road froin the grude he bluff to the depot grounds below atherwax's mill, showing the location 11 the buildings along this route, m this data the Northern Pacific will ct the best railroad route, cutting )ss as few lots as possible. As soon tho route is decided upon and it of way secured, the Northern Paci vill, within two weeks thereafter, be ning passenger tiains to the Wishkah sr. *** BUT NOT FROM OCOBTA. he four-masted schooner Chehalis ut out of the harbor last week loaded h lumber and drawing seventeen fyet I nine inches of water. She crossed i bar within an hour and a half of full e. —Ocosta Pioneer. *** NOT ONE TO OR FROM OCOSTA. Some half dozen lumber vess...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 October 1891

Gft AYS HARBOR. About fifty miles north of the Colom- j 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- j three feet ot water at low tide, «i"tu j 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. j<l flats up to the point of their! convergence, wheie the volume of water, j being more confined, has swept them ' away, and the water is deep np to the 1 very shore line. At the head...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 October 1891

[Aberdeen Herald. flgda?, - October 22, 1891 :AL ESTATE TRANSFERS. e following real estate transfers for talis county are furnished by Geo. lien & Co., abstractors, Aberdeen, i., and are from October 1 to Octo 4, 1891, inclusive: ileason, jr, to A II King, w 12-18-7 $ 1000 nn to Wm Yale, lot 1, blk 9, ance's add to Aberdeen 200 Habersham to DW Fleet, lot blk 7, Seagrove 75 Weatherwax to H H Case, s 4 and 5, blk 1, Weatherwax d to Noith Aberdeen 250 Johnston to Simeon Dock, e}£ 9, Weatherwax & Benn's cond add to Aberdeen 800 Dabney to W H Morgan, lot 113, blk 3, Peterson's Beach. . 100 th Aberdeen Co to E H Stevens t 5, blk 4, First add to South berdeen 250 Kaufman to Jno Olson, lot 19, Ik 1, Wishkah add to Aberdeen 175 Leybold et al to N«llie Davis, it 19, Leybold & Ascheberg's Id to EI ma 1000 Leybold et al to Nellie Davis, ts 9 to 24 incl, blk 20, Leybold Ascheberg's add to Elma.... 4CO ys Harbor Co to E Swanson, it 28, blk 46, Grays Harbor... 375 r Himes toT Madden, 1...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 October 1891

Aberdeen iien.i. TAißixl*y. - Oct"' 1 * l'--"'- ISbVIV EVE j:Y THi:i~SDAY »v — _h ■. Jri. ~vV~ _A_ T • H-i, EDTTOB AXD PEOPRIETOP.. TEKK- OP *CBiC*irnos: 0 se TOT, in advance 12 06 Si months 1 0# Tiree months "5 A rate* on application. filtered at the poatoffiee at Aberdeen. Wash., « - '-' • >a(i class mail matter. ** ewf and ail item# of interest. solicited from a:; parts of thecooutr. The name of the sender 1 hooid appear. Address all coramcaicatiotu to the ABERDEEN HERALD. w■ do not hold ooneires responsible for the views r - tip reused by out eorreapond ea'i. We reserve the rieht to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reSeelato ->. ;cdiridnai discredit of tar one. A Jogzins' ra-'t from Grays harbor if talked of. With our western energy, it swnis stranse that the experiment has not been tried long before this. The reduction of the assessment of this county ->J per cent. by the state board of equalization is the be-t news the tax i>ayer of Cnehaiis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 October 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Bday, - - October 22, 1891 LOCAL Hiil bargains in flour at A Mcintosh's and pillow case dance this Thurs of the pile drivers started work on Aberdeen wharf Monday. ■O. Beardsley is having a cottage himself on H street, near First. government inspectors went up Tuesday to inspect the survey of 7th. of next month will be the first ot Aberdeen's Chinese city taxes will be delinquent after of this month, if not paid before He Episcopal parsonage being built on between H and I sts., is well way. Hbscriptions taken at the post office ■ll newspapers and periodicals, for ■ and domestic. 2-5t Hssman has bought S. Phelp's milk Biess, routes, good will and all, and Iw furnishing "milk in your'n." Hst—An amber hair pin, with gold ■ surmounted by a crown. The find- Hill be suitably rewarded by returning B this office. Hfloating dock and waiting room has put on the Wishkah river, near the Biald building, for use by the naptha B< h Sunbeam. apt. De Courcey, of the harbor line m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 October 1891

Aberdeen Herald Th*r>d&y* * Octobe- 1891 WaitainftoD and Orffon Lumber. The Oregonian. in speaking about the lumbering interests of Portland and vicinty, says: The principle iorrest tree indigenoos to Oregon soil is the fir. For heavy frame work of all wooden suruc tures, for bridge timbers, and even for boat building, the fir is the beat timber in the world. It has all the tenacity of fiber of the best oak, without the pro pensity to split of the latter, and its last ing properties, when exposed to all the severity of weather, are not equaled by any other available timber in the world. It has been found by actual experiment that a piece of fir timber, when submitted to a heavy strain, did not break as soon as a piece of well seasoned oak of the same dimensions. It is only within the last five years that the Union Pacific, one of the greatest of the transcontinental lines, became convinced that fir was the safest meet economical, and strongest timber for wooden bridges that c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 October 1891

CAPTAIN ADRIAN C. ANSON. jive on this page a picture of Capt.' i C. Anson, of the Chicago Baseball It mav be difficult to recoganize in rtriat the most unique figure on ise-ball field. Capt. Anson has iroininent in the profession for years, but in no year has he it together a finer set of base-ball !, and showed a greater general han during the present season, ronal enthusiasm and determina ve him the genuine characteristics le leader of men. While a hard inarian, he never says "do" but s says "come," In a close game ances for a victory are generally side, as his men, enthused with rit frequently bat out victories in ith inning. No captain has so ed the coffers of any other club as s those of the Chicagos, having uch celebrated players as Clarkson, , Daliymple, Gore and many others, it feeling their loss, and supplying (laces with young players who have ted themselves most honorably, lid now that he has ambitions for ing an actor. While the club was ton recently, Anson met Charles t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 October 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Tbor-iay. - - October 22. 1891 VTITH PES AND INK. BV l. h. w.> osz Kix» or womas. "Not! nwl.save in graefoms household ways. Sot i*T- bat f jll of tender wants. No An- L bnt a dearer being, all dipt la An !it iinrts, breathing paradise, Inte* betv »*stiie Gods and men. Who l-.-.-k'd a!! tiarfve to her place, and yet On' mil to tf>-'h upon a sphere T<*> zr *a to tread, aud all male minds perforce g rar'd to her from *heir orbita u they moved. And zirdied her with music. Happy he With stj -h a mother! faith in womankind Beat* with hisblood.and trusting all things high Corner easy to him. and tho' he trip and fall He shall not biind his soni with clay." Very few men can get much sentiment into a second marriage, but the late J. G. Lowell made quite a pretty romance of this unpromising event in his life. His fir.-t wife, Maria White, the sister of a classmate of Lowell's, was the embodi ment of womanly grace and charm, the very ideal of a young poet's dreams...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 October 1891

11. VI. the dailies say. Hj October 82. is said to have captured Con- but nobody believes she has. mounment erected to the memory W. Gardy was unveiled at yesterday. ■ is rumored that the Pennsylvania of roads will secure a controlling in the stock of the Northern Paci ■ October S3. returns to Washington to-day. Elkins says he wont go into the H. B. Albertson has asked for a change from Pierce county, paration will be demanded of Chile attack made upon American sea- H. E. Garcia, paying teller of the National bank has been declar- H defaulter in the sum of $190,000. I Octol>er 24. Ho serious results are expected from ■ Chilean outrage. Villard left Spokane yesterday Hi two weeks' trip to Puget Sound. Hhe gigantic co-operative scheme of ■ farmers' alliance was adopted at Hnas, Kan., yesterday. ■is said that Calvin S. Brice will Hgn as chairman of the democratic na- Bal executive committee. Hi ward Albertson pleaded guilty to Hchargs of grand larceny t efore Judge vn, at Tacoma, ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 October 1891

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 October 1891

Aberdeen Herald. October 29, 1891 Ordinance No. 62. rdinance Creating the Office of Su intendent of Water Works, his Du- I and Compensation. 9 City Council of the City of Aber do ordain as follows: moNl. The city council shall an y, at the time it shall elect the officers of the city, elect an officer called "Superintendent of Water s." i. 2. Before entering upon the du f his office, the said superintendent give a bond with at least two sure -0 be approved by the city council, 1 penal sum of fifteen hundred dol ionditioned for the true and faith rformance of his office, and that he •romptly pay over on the 15th day h month, to the city treasurer, all ys that may come into his hands tue of hiß office, lie shall also md file the constitutional oath of with the city clerk. .3. The said superintendent shall e such salary or other conipensa s may be determined upon from » time by the city council. .4. The superintendent may at me be suspended from office by the juncil; and the said city ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 October 1891

Aberk*!! ii- TW-rititT - OrM4ar~ rs- : ■ aro rmT rx . x.r3-*r "wahlj, ircr:* >K roac* **r»niS7Tj;'s year. 21 J muxcx* * " TfciftCW — —" ** -wot* hi f-nwW fz SC Jt * W4l— u Wfinoif • an# n.U-. mcTStr )n>b» #1 tMm» ic" anew. » ii' taaur - 34>t maw it :3it «aiwr aefc - i.ikai - ! « E = la t-6.«8* ta* iisSSnts sanLti#-- vi sag MM nim ~»» «e*saue lir-Ste ir ioiajin-t <D»wt "cr «-E». TTt -lite 11 Harat- .t i ptmwfc uar»_ »4«r* " rvbtsn m rl« jit nm. £i«anffl:«<«r* «w Tat E"* Lkh At-i <*i if sfcjt- r^ri -rsl fee Be fine -*r» *£ rffcf -tiecSKßi if si* W«ainu--:n- »<aitflbeJL V *»i —»X ■ ■»;<» 7fss-na*. A T*" ija -tiipeßitit SB> Tile Tsxpwpi «yi sw«o Bennws fLT eaaiiiias* i:r rsfiwi «<a3*» ammtm im tnac ejcy. li Rener. s»- fie is aalcrp - — T&ii- -aSf <E<raea "zmt £x&i ts* ckss- fcr j«rr«as- '"«s& tsrS» jc fs:? ml* * awmss- Knlosly eommeS i>~** KC befiewt » »KCt dr. apfIHBMK. Wjflsr. I£3t»- .iiuTKaai- sb«a&2 J» »b«r- Ir frse is 50HH?.ifc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 October 1891

ißdeen Herald. - October 29, 1891 LOCAL ipins in flour at t at the Portland addition, tf new, condensed coffee at A i house to rent for the win able terms. Apply at this » f's wax works and the shee nice were both social suc week, tract at Melbourne, on the er, for sale at a bargain, i office. f< undry sent up to the Tuesday 58 feet, of smoke | boiler. a ticket for the east, be . J. C. Burgess, agent for I railroad. tf T. 0. will probably have a office established here dur part of next month. stage between Hoquiam have discontinued their for the winter months. content is a home with " The Ro with the light of the morning. Rochester LampCo.,N£wYork. has sold his lloquiam-Ab line to Jas. H. King, and Hot Springs for his health. yeast, Yeast Foam, Grandpa's Soap, Elastic ■c., can be had at Mitchell's nig at the G. A. R. hall morn- every Sunday, by Rev. All are cordially in- I King got into a quarrel Doddrige in a saloon Sat- and the latter bit King's beat him badly. democratic club ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 October 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - October 29, 1891 A Grand Excursion. Tacorna ha 9 made a big bid for the next Democratic National Convention. Mr. Lane of the Tacoma News is in New York, arranging the plans for a gigantic excursion of the members of that body from all parts of the Union. It iB prd posed to collect the delegates from all other States on four solid trains of sleep ers. One train is to start from Portland, one from New York, one from Washing ton and one from Florida. Every part of the country will thus be traversed, the southern train running westward to Texas and then up through California and along the coast. A committee of Tacoma Democrats on each train will take charge of the dele gates, who will not be allowed to spend a cent from the moment they get on the train. In Tacoma, where C. B. Wright is buildirg a $1,500,000 hotel, the dele gates will continue to be guests of the Democrats of Washington. Their wel come will be like that offered in the far east, and will con...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 October 1891

Brdeen Herald. I - Octobe" 29, 1891 ■estate transfers. wing real estate transfers for >unty, Wash., are furnished Allen & Co., abstractors, Aber i., and are from October 15 to 21, 1891, inclusive: Is to W H Carter, lot Ocosta $ i Chas E Korton, nw'£ rp 17, rge 4. 1000 rton to P S(iarlick, '4 10-17-4 4UO rton to J B Sutton, % .17-4 300 d Co to A K Phelon, town of Ocosta 4500 >net al to C H Fen it in 150 lots in River to Cosmopolis 3000 x>r Co to Henry Fuhr 8, blk 6, Grays Harbor 500 y to Geo Mosolf, lots 9, blk 12, Broadway >uth Aberdeen 500 t to Ferd Mankowsky, nd 21, blk 12, Broad to South Aberdeen... 500 r to Chas Rheude, part >lk 9, Weatherwax & dd to Aberdeen 400 to Mary A Bell et al, Ik 2, Walsh's add to 35 g to A E Green et al, lot 2, blk 28, North a add to Aberdeen.... 500 lg to Gertrude T Green, t 24, Weatherwax & dd to Aberdeen 1200 tson to Jas REdmund >, blk 1, Pleasant Ridge « berdeeu 100 to V M Fensley, w% of y 2 of the w)g 4-18-10. .. 400 M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 October 1891

A-berdfon Herald. TUursila \ October 29, 1891 WITH PK.M AND INK. !.. 11. w.) TO AO CMS. "Season of'i ist .itwl im How frnitfuiness; Close bosom-frie.' : he maturing sun; Conspiri ,i!-- with li n i to load and bless With fniit the ' at 'round the thateh eav-.'-s run; To bend with . mossed cottage-trees. Aulflll 11 :i it p«ne*!« to the core; Toawellt'K 1 iLtrl plump the hazel shells With a B\. -A kirn. : 'o set budding more An i still more, later flower* for the bees, Until fh y think v. •nn lays will never cease; ForSummerhaa >'( rhrim'd their clammy cells." I/OHT STARS. There is something a little mournful about ho mu'-h of flu- really good literaiy work of tin' country being so soon for gotten. Very few articles that see the ligiit of print in new- papers or magazines are rememliered after the day or month of their issue. < Occasionally a very strik ing article is remembered, in some dim sort, fin few weeks; but the paper is de-Troy.■ 1 and the magazine lost, so the reader s ...

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