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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 November 1891

brdeen Herald. B, • November 19, 1891 LOCAL !rgains in flour at AMclntoßh's >r vinegar at the Aberdeen laddies ball this Thursday ng new, condensed coffee iU A ;est Baw-mill ia the world is 's cloaks in all styles and H. Keith. 5-tf witl begin at the fireman's :lv at eight, so be on time, jsiring to buy for cash can get ms at the Diamond Front, ire this Wednesday evening , church is what you want to irrel of new apple cider juSt the Aberdeen Market. 5-2t >1 board expects to have the he bonds within the next ten r end of the Chehalis boom n Tuesday night, letting a ogs adrift. k. New crop. Full line of Mined fruit just received at •os. f on the south side in finished i progressing on the ware ! end of the wharf. -Twenty persons to supply jre with ranch eggs, highest es paid. of cammed goods at the •ont. all who went to the conun had a good time, judging by rds that are spoken of it. .ren't time to write east as would wish, send the Her ery week. Only $2 a year. ECenzie, who was...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 November 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Ttanrsday, - Noyembe- If, A GREAT MAGAZINE. The Centarjr'i Frognmnie in 1892 A New "I.lfe of Colmmbo*" —Artl«l«» for Funnel*, etc. That great American periodical, the Century, is going to outdo its own un rivaled record in its programme for 1892, and as many of its new features begin with the November numbei, new readers should commence with that issue. In this number are the opening chap ters of "The Naulahka," a novel by Rudyard Kipling, the famous author of "Plain Tales from the Hills," written in collaboration with an American wrier, Wolcott Balestier. It is the story of a young man and a young woman from a "booming" Colorado town, who go to India, he in search of a wonderful jeweled necklace, called "the Naulahka" (from which the story takes its name), and she a physican to women. The novel des cribes their remarkable adventures at the court of an Indian mahorajah. Besides this, the Century will piint three other novels during the year, and a great num ber of s...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 November 1891

lerdeen Herald. L November 19, 1891 ESTATE TRANSFERS. owing real estate transfers for county, Wash., are furnished . Allen & Co., abstractors, Aber sh., and are from November 5 ber 11, 1891, inclusive: ndCoto H A Yerger, >lk 22, Ocoeta ♦ 1500 ibor Co to J Raab et a!, id 9, blk 29, Grays Harb 1000 ■d to A C Ollgard, of 29-18-10 800 is to F M Peterson, lot eterson 400 > A McKiddle, 5 acres in swJi 12-17-8 700 to LBlum, blk 3, Wish to Aberdeen 1570 nd Co to Ida M McKin -2 and 18, blk 49; lot 2, and lot 22, blk 27, Ocosta 1750 er to Ida M McKinnie, >lk 49, Ocosta 350 i to Ida M McKinnie, lot f, and lot 3, blk 49, Ocos 650 Kinnie to E G Harvey, 12incl,blk5, Beardslee )costa 1500 n to Ida M McKinnie, id 8, blk 34, and lot 1, Ocosta 1150 nham to J E Graham, 16-9 150 ice to Miss L M Boyer, k6, Brewer add Oakville 100 haw to J Murray, lot 6, Irewer add to Oakville. . 25 y to 0 M Thomas, lot 7, Ocosta 350 ev to A Broden, lots 19, blk 35, Broadway add to Lberdeen 300 d to T H McCl...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 November 1891

Aberdeen Herald* Thursday, - N'o~embe- 19, l' 1'" WITH PEN AND INK. L. H. W.) "The moth's kiss. first! Kiss mo hs If you made believe Yon were not sure this eve. How my face, your flower, hail pursed Its petal* up; so, here and there Y*ni brush it, till 1 grov aware Who wants me, and wide »pe I burst. The bee's kiss, now! Kiss me as if you entered gay My heart at some noonday, A bud that dares not disallow The elaim, so all is rendered up. And passively its shattered enp Over your head to sleep I bow." The newspapers have fully made up their minds that it is right and fitting that the writer of the Uncle Remus stories should be as old and hoary as the darkey historian himself, and again the news that Joel Chandler Harris is on the wrong side of sixty is going the news paper rounds. Listen to what an old friend of Mr. Harris has to say of his appearance: ".Seen Harris? Why cer tainly I have, many a time. You've been down South. Well, did you never ride along a old country road and me...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 November 1891

r »r-AMERICAN MIS-CUES. Fitin Does not Wish to be dered a Newspaper of Standing i called very dangerons friends ers. The last expressioa is a lgarity not worthy of a news uiding." ye occurs in an article in the jaded, "Hark! the Herald ibbles." The Bulletin's consid what is vulgar, does not keep itating the Herald. Evidently nore to sincerely flatter the ban, even according to its own to be thought a newspaper of wobble' is an innocent Ameri 'hich, we may say for the bei> iiritish-American combination, move unsteadily from side to s applied to the Bulletin, the ightly inaccurate, as the Bulletin ladily from side to side. Any irpretation is a clear case of hotti >W CAN SUCH THINGS BE? ' Ist this week's editorial know week's has been," seems to be consistent part of the Bulletin's ent wobbling. n this picture, from the Bulletin th inst.: inst bear in mind that this is a e town, only it has several more of cable than its neighbors on >or. Most all of the towns on t, at the pre...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 November 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - 26, 1891 Resolutions to the Harbor Lines Com mission. The following resolutions were adopted last week at a meeting of the citizens: Aberdeen, Wash., Nov. 18, '91. To the Honorable Board of Harbor Line Commissioners, Olvmpia, Wash. Gentlemen: —We, citizens of Aber deen and vicinity, in mass meeting as sembled, would" recommend that the harbor lines for tha city of Aberdeen be established as follows: Commencing at the westerly line to be established on the north bank of Grays Harbor as shown by the accompanying map. >\ e would recommend that the outer harbor line be established fifty feet into the waters of Grays Harbor and the Cheha lis river from the line indicated on said plat, as being a six foot or one fathom depth, the same to extend to a point op posite the west line of the prolongation of Garfield street in the city of Aberdeen, and that the inner harbor line for said distance be extended back from tlieouter harbor line 400 feet, except where t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 November 1891

lerdeen Herald. Mr, • Novemher 26, 1891 K NEW BTRKKT DRKSS. tful, Sensible mnd Tasteful Cog tame for L»dle»t I! to the new street dress for fe- Housewife of >ew York says: i-ement in Vienna toward pro le wearing in the streets of petitcoats by women on the i city authorities, looks like a le right direction. Tho whole ofthe practice is so apparent, enace to health so evident, aB the health authorities in all rest every woman seen sweep eets with her skirts. But can >e more humiliating than to te the necessity for such action men? There are many women, who do no realize the dangers , not only for themselves but in wiping up on their clothing -ladened dust and dirt in the owns; but there is not a single :h cleanly instincts or a tidy birth or training, but must n the thought—and "revolt at B—of8 —of dragging her clothes in her feet. She knows it is not knows also that it is not the eye nor clean in any way, ling of the idiocy of going so ne's hands as well as head iccupied in li...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 November 1891

Aberdeen Hera id. Tbureda", November 20, 185)1 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY [F l . ~R>- "W-A. I_! Xj , editor and proprietor. TIKMS or SUBSCRIPTION: One vear. In advance 12 00 Six months 100 Three months .. * • 7& Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Hews 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 right to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflectsto the individual discredit of anv one. The paper whose space is so valuable that it can never 'afford space' to answer what another paper says, k a I ways man ages to devote (rom one-half to two col umns in replying to the other paper. The suit of Ignatius Donnelly, the well-known author and politician, against the St. Pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 November 1891

ideen Herald. ■ . November 26, 1891 ■LOCAL I [BORN EDITOR. Lll about it—Just laid 'em on the I paper better than the editor him- Le blamed best stories an' tell the lales— tn fer editin', and not fer splittin' te in yer paper," ha sez; "twill tr hum; ly caper, an' the cash is bound ter 1 tech the people—l've wrote the CG — s whole blame village as slick as ase!" torresigned an' put him in as boss, rode the paper like he would a )ss; ito "em lively—they couldn't make M — whole blamed village, an' they him slick as grease! —Atlanta Constitution. Ito register. Now or never, it the Wishkah boom still all for this month, up to the 5 inches. e turkeys gobbled as we ng the street." Ivertisement this Week of nnson's new market on Her ced on hams at the Aber if Whitehouse, Crimmins & nge. It is now Cooper & Roe will be open on Thanks nly one hour after the mail building on Heron street to [y. Centrally located. Ap ffice. tf Iriver for the Weatherwax pany is now fiinished and gging. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 November 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, •umu 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 jnet by the Chehalisand 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 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 up to the very shore line. At the head of the har bor the channel i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 November 1891

Irdeen Herald. I - November 26, 189J INTN LETTER. Sulur Correspondence.) ASHINGTON, Nov., 19, 1891. augued before the supreme irs has had such am impor upon the fundamental prin , government as the Say ward ing the jurisdiction of tho 38 over Behring sea. The ar re concluded this week, but ablv sometime before a de lounced, as the principles in- I too much importance to te lout the most careful consid the part of the eminent who compose what has been iriately called "the greatest he world." It involves noth i a construction of the consti hority conferred upon the inate branches, of our gov cecutive, legislative and judi -3 ordinary mind it appears it ion taken by the attorney he representative of the ex ch of the government, is the He argued that the ques tion of the United Statesjover was entirely political and as proper and constitutional that determined bv the president :h decision on the part of the ing merely the performance ;utional functions, cannot L be the supreme court. Ne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 November 1891

A!>erdeen Herald. Thursday, - November 26. 1891 WITH PEN AND INK. V BY L. H. W.) A TOI'CH OP NATUHK. When first the crocus thrusts its point of gold Up through the still snow-drifted garden mould. And folded green things in dim woods unclose Their crinkled spears, a sudden tremor goes Into my veins, and motes me kith and kin To every wild-born thing that thrills and blows. Sitting beside this crumbling sea-coal Are, ■ere in the city's ceaseless roar and din, Far from the brambly paths I used to know. Far from th« rustling brooks that alipand shine Where the Neponset alders take their glow, 1 share the tremulous sense of bud and briar And inarticulate ardors of the vine." ON THE MANUFACTURE OF BOOKS. It is success that tries the man. When a book makes a great hit, it seems to be beyond the power of the author to resist the temptation of writing another book in very much the same vein, which is intended to repeat the triumph of the first. The next book that the author writes is not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 December 1891

i I W M— w ffl i)\. VI. WHAT THE DAILIES SAY. I November 26. rd Saulisbury disclaims any leaning rd protection. landslide on the N. P., between e Gorge and Maywood, this state, men were killed and a number H. Hyde, a prominent member of epublican national committee, says e can have the nomination if he 9 it. That Harrison will be le-nom -1 if Blaine declines. i supreme court of this state reversed scision in the case of Distler vs. ey, irom Chehalis county, an action stler on common counts for money ed. The courts holds inconsistency it the cause stated in the complaint i from the cause stated in the reply, idence was offered which could sus le complaint and a non-suit should allowed. November 37. San Jose base ball team beat the (Id team at Jan Jose, yesterday, rominent grain dealer of Russia imine will force the alternative of revolution upon Russia. is to be built by the N. P. at r junction that will give Seattle h connection witlvthe east. Santa Fe railroad will sell all its ty ...

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

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Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 December 1891

berdeen Herald. May, - December 3, 1891 Ihopkeeper'P Advertisements. ■ TIIKIR DEFICIENCIES. ■ great bulk of advertising is done These speak—each one of Ho a limited '"constituency," and if He wise they speak pretty often, It that their needs and methods are those of the general adver- Hhocanuse one advertisement in and take all the time he ■to prepare his copy. ■problem that confronts every retail H enteprising enough to advertise His how to get his money's worth of Hon amid a crowding mass of dull Hmy. Frequently he tries ta settle Hnrchasing all the space he can get, Rn filling it—with wind. Hnch has been said about the worth Hting one's name before the pub- Hat it has come to be accepted by Hsers of every class as the acme of Hertising art. The dealer who has H a larger amount of advertising Hhan he can furnish with ideas is Hd to think that he has done his ■ty if he gets the firm name pretty Hito "good black type." He prefers Hle-column space, and on special Hns spreads himself ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 December 1891

Ateniwn i- Tnmr*it'. - I»*rmA»~r s. VB9I .«(& ETE*T TBtMS-'T y _ W -A. LL, £2#T">* a*l> TBMKt w KiiCCfISW ' - «; • * m *2J£ iA ... . ... a n**» vx wVrt« tMtmtir'« jwor-v®** « ai«r4«s~ WM*.- «a HMHiI t-MM Mi: **sw. »rw. ««* S® *esM W •C MTU «( CM WfcMST lit -tw itiiSro nz*AU> t at? rtSivv ■"<?** — vf < »*.-v,tfcfc. HMK «<*» — rtstev-« — t»tsntm: 4*»es «< »»* <•«- FACTS FOS CGEfCLtTEIOSTB Every '<f U* Hina. » isawEar with »fa»t hsat bte® drase v/ward wtar gf ru;/*j*d '.a ttM «4e- T'.da? tfeer* » a ja» thai «»*y iwii# is no naSr ,<aA Tl* tatx* mtfariu®* ***** a« tiMK; rhe f/we 'X the r>l is ww ctr laa property which iaar wfes A. J. a*ai Hte. a. J. Vest's affi «*■* in on «e»<««sM a»l ai>?» UaaS »ere de®- fated t/. the pah£e before thery wet* fim weyed Ift Mr. W«« by toe eMTeyax** that ctmV) rer then, if they were the |r'/|>Ttf <i the pibfe the e»- reya<iee wae eaeeaaed. Mr. W««t t<a» < *at*A that be wa» U, tiixkint any, ereo the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 December 1891

Herald. 3, 1891 BAL ! "Shake." s no good, iw yourself. irat A Mcintosh's ) as near the flood and evaporated Front. long cloaks and ;ains. M. E. Gray, m Saturday, Nov. findell and wife, a is at the Aberdeen t very perceptible n Sunday, about 3:15 pnned goods at the d one of the highest It was way up in C — IB Pnget sound agent ier typewriter, was in A' has in operation in water motor to run ine. condensed coffee at A tf •nough for a family of ieal, but for two: that unty does. j to rent for the win iruis. Apply at this tf iutifr.l yard of roses? lirty-six inches long, impanion. 9 feet and sauer kraut ked off with the tub lert Bros. , will avoid ning it promptly. • pereonp to supply with ranch eggs, highest •aid. W. met in Tacoma Tues a grand lodge for the gton. H. E. Shelley was >m Aberdeen No. 5. me to make good mvest 'ortland addition to Aber tf e a regular meeting of the 3 this Thursday evening, matter of re-organizing the le befora the meeting, nd tobaccoes go to the Ab r- 8-2...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 December 1891

Abenteea ~"*m ir ■ - - X, vw. rMW «<•**« ii*w»- — ***' lis* it&r'bnnm Tummfj mnna. **•? •nvg&«rMß* nwrn* A* %*&* Yms&t tnant. X»i* <&«««, «&«•& W-jwuuvea* *n.t » MMHMMC via»-,»i«ac»«: iG*&r •Cm a»sfc« «*? rf tuir>r». «u' 'it* i£ ar.mgw** Sr-ni 4MsmS <*SB *hu» fe* s^.n to SsrSuar uMfwiMaii «•>- hi efr* Dk»mk& *r»at, wftu* .sw.:-»te» -;*w <9M»s ,is* 4 Op*9«• aa*i *«fciagjtea »»•' jllwkt ar* si* -ssfts fonm>»; S*a*iwfc Ssrffc«* £«»* StiAte. ■W; 4*7 or Wii&rM Starrx*. S-* ngn«.# tfurafe* '<5 *v«u& '* 1M *» **- £.5U*» *; S ;(f iy tfrttx 9wkr 3>; mksM£wg fcewys » fwttSnv 7; «wMX fc»»*9» t* yri&m, 2; tf.W bw» m ps»(C*t». t\ •&» tmt&m&qgfr at A a*« >«tr>. 177, f» *•» •fimwirtt * airfr. tit* «.»mww XamMite, «wi m a tn<- j Jmuiw M<i tur as/t .a*e»»S>» Yr»y*r»X**j* xf. Udn-g «i*V M Wtfi&t >xi -r+ "•■&*■ amA 4"(f *-«- m*< «r<M« afi Coyu.fe r.»«r. ***&/?. .1 •!»« i» K*u*ff K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 December 1891

ften Herald. B December 3, 1891 Bard of Roses. I liar paintings at the New of Design was a yard 's. A crowd was always art critic exclaimed, nture should belong to is too beautiful for one Companion, of Boston, nd B(>ent twenty thou eproduoe the painting, en a triumph of artistic r. n makes an autumn gift e painting to each of its isand subscribers. Any subscribe now for the •equest it, will recieye Roses," without extra edition lasts. of this beautiful pict ribers will recieve the rom the time the sub zed till January first, in kegiving and Christmas or a foil year irom that e of the Companion is louldtake this brightest strated literary papers local paper. Jeats Maud S. he astronomer of Yale Un ormerly of the cape of Good r a long series of observata larailax of the star Arcturus, conclusion that it moves sonceiveable velocity 381 d, that is to say, it would distance from London to ween two ticks of a watch, y-one times faster than the earth in its orbit around the kin also fin...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 December 1891

Afierdeefl Herald ffctTHlaf. - *• -f 5 ■arrra pej? axb fTLE*. esf«eiir«i siM* "*ya. .nS* ill a*r?sr* '«»***: Y!i»* *Et V 'yHe?vv a yesfinf itsMrfQjK. Tfer? iMrX'e * ***£ **!«*«* *f **rte Ws**» •MM I&k* naa?*r&*ee*~ *c iww. Cfttert. 'tike vM£*t** *ratv*4. m tikuxx itiag* K WA W.T tirywt tfc* V»fc» lTairt» 2fc*rj **2e& **877 iMBt Wfe*> VatCiwS ra. fca# aw»«Ki«. wrrrer* T*« mmm MMa> ■*«*«■ TVt «tft: efcfcama taaßlf T» A* 'v<a*rf. IV. »•* Ml l*Ml' »»»ser* »rw*Sa* " M 277 tC Jt» MOW Tte <»A-*T* wKfc Wamr'.y t*m. &»e*«i!K •"' S» «z«w«««» »•!• That j«7 jwrniwe -Swa*."" Th* Km MBta <rf Port Mystery" cone* lorn tor >etie» tfaaa w«k, bearine the wvriat «( a Cbkaap hcnme. and the aothor'a same tf thai <4 a «tiHn«n Thwm tttwwr, E- F. Hemton- The hook open* with a rather pei <V*ripCfo« of the |by*cal appear tiy« ar#i peamfctHtie* of Western Waatriagtoa, and especially the He !focnd mntrT. From th» the writer jpea oa to pre, in a fhorrngb tat no* an attracr...

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