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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 December 1890

HfG IN WASHINGTON. of snow, no frost in the swamps all open, and thun- What Michigan, Badger logger has not ut- above wail, when logs are H the hauling season is on the the pious logger daily prays Krin weather and snow little his calculations. To the aver ■foot, the size aiid lengtli of the ■i be an insurmountable obsta- liandling, and when he is cost of logging is slightly less ■i the east, he is accustomed to H one of those little "inaccura- in this land of big Hmr eastern loggers coine heie that theV can teach our ■Hhow to put in timber, but a demonstrates that knows a great deal more of H than he is given credit /or. H back in the states would hold in holy horror at the an eighty foot stick. suv that it could hardly bt- out of the question all Such a log would tear snow or ice roads all to pieces Bex, and tiie cost of straighten- BBng such a road could only be Sat great expense. Let's see logger goes to work. the selection of a greatest test of a logger's and even more depends ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 December 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Tborgday, - - December 18, 181*0. SHIP-BUILDING. The steamer Balch has been entirely remodeled. The steamer Chicaso is one of the new comers this year. The steain ferry Jessie has been added to the list of steamers this year: ABERDEEN YACHT CLUB. The two beauties of the Harbor are the Kathrvn and Gertrune, the fast flyers of the Aberdeen Yacht Club. The* two yachts have been completed and rigged this year by their owners, Messrs. John ston and Sherwood owning the Kathryn, and Messrs. Hussey, Greene baum and Martin the Uertrune. The yachts are after the regular New Haven sharpy model, and are just the boats for pleasure in those waters. Thov are 32 ft. long, S}4 ft. beam, very light draft with large center boards, and carry a jib, mainsail and jibber, giving each boat 560 square feet of canvass, a spread that will send them through the water a-whirling. They are fitted up inside for comfort and long cruising, having plenty of stor age room, place for stove, and trans...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 December 1890

Aberdeen Herald. ■Thursday, ~ December 25, lU9O ABERDEEN, h GRAYS HARBOR. I CITY OF TO-DAY. 'he "Dnluth." of the North Pacific Coast. The Railroad Situation. berdeen, Nature's Metrop olis of Southwestern Washington. It is one of the wonders of western dc (lopment and civilization that Seattle, ncoma and Spokane Falls, have become msehold words from the liocky Moun ins to the Atlantic coast, and Aber en, a city that has local resources equal either of them, and one whose loca in as a seaport furnishes advantages far perior to the Sound cities, should, up eighteen months ago, be comparatively iknown. Such was the case until new d, new money and new men, recog >g the fact that with the filling up development of the new state, there t be a great coast wise city on the es of Grays Harbor, and that Aber 'h magnificent location at the junc of two rivers and at the head of nav on would easily place her far in ad e of any point or city in Southwest- Vashington, located themselves there wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 December 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, December £5, IBSNJ. Coming to tiie Front. It is wonderful what a start North Ab erdeen is taking. Three manufacturing establishments have been locrted on that property, vi*: Charles, tt. Bell, plant for manufacturing all kinds of fancy htsise finishing; Henry K. Proeser, pUnt for manufacturing ice with a capacity of five lons ptr <Uv; Jones, Burrows, Hunt A Bell, box and shingle factory. Mr. A. Young, the owner of the property, do nated the sites to the factories, which shows his gry*l sense and shrewd business ability, and places his property of North Aberdeen in the front rank for desirable business and residence locations. Be sides these industries, there are forty « fifty business and residence houses to he erected in North Aber-leen just as soon, as the slashing is burned over so as not to endanger the buildings. The sign of the times indicate that the jrreaiest f growth of the city will he up the *Uli- , kah river, in North Aberdeen. Sash. Door an...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 December 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Hliursdny, - December 25, 1890 A GRAYS HARBOR CATCH. LOUISE HKKRICK WALL. (In Nortnwest Magazine for December.) Oaptian tins, owner of the fishing boat, ad ordered the weather for us, as he told n with a Swedish accent and a wave of is oar-calloused hand, and he was evi jntly born to command. Grays Harbor ,y smiling in a broad flood of afternoon mshine as we stepped into his trim fish ig boat. She was a comfortable little •aft with seven feet of beam to offset her jenty-four feet of length. Over our eads swayed slackly a weather-beaten lil and a wholesome sea-weedy smell >se from the muss of drv fishing seine as e settled ourselves comfortably upon it i the stern of the boat, while the two .herinen bent to the oars. They rowed i the fashion of the country, one standing nd pushing on his oars while the other, eated in the boat, faced him and pulled i the ordinary way. We passed under the lee of a sniartiy tainted lumber schooner lying anchored :t the mouth of the ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 December 1890

Aberdeen Herald. December 25, 1890. Thursday, A CHEHALIS COUNTY FARM. We take pleasure in introducing to our readers the second article of the series on "Chehalis County Farms," a description of Mr. A. Boyer's ranch on Black river. A. Boyer's ranch is located at Porter creek, about seven miles east of Elma, and is another specimen of what farmers ran achieve, if they will, in this wonder fully productive locality. Mr. Bover en tered upon his farm duties three years ago, at which time there were only about ten acres not more than half cleared. To day, out of a 160 acre farm, 40 acres, all bottom land, are under cultivation, and its productive pioclivities are amply proven by Mr. Boyer's own figures. A great many people think this is no wheat region, yet Mr. Bover tells us that from two acres be realized 87Vj bushels of wheat, making an average of over forty bushels per acre. His barley crop even exceeded this, 755 bushels being raised from twelve acres of land, or an average of nearl...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 December 1890

Ken Herald. December 18, 1890. HS ESTABLISHED. ,kery, oil Heron street, is omers this year. Nt are a new combina business. have been pulling double for the last two months. Co., hardware dealers, less in the new Hood s established himself as rgetic photographers of imidt have opened a in the Keaburg building d W. B. McGerry, attor »'fitted up quarters in g, and with a well fur y, are prepared to look st of their clients. They r the firm name of Davis K firms is Aronson & cigars, tobaccos, smok lery, etc. They have ilding next to the board and with a large and k of goods, are doing [ securing the patronage of Grand Rapids, Mich., ipal proprietors of the or the manufacture of lachinerv, purchased the Mack in the Mack & )n the Wishkah river, fl made for C. E. Per [. J. Perkins. l Gold Mine.—Ten acres* in a bearing condition come of from $2,000 to and requires no expen to operate it. A fruit amette Valley requires y, and has all the ad lized and cultured soci ld convenient marke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 December 1890

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, December 25. 1 890. GROWTH IN SOUTH ABERDEEN. The Northern Pacific road has acquired a l:\rge interest iu all the lands owned by the South Aberdeen company, and in re turn. the N. I*. has agreed to erect and maintain a passenger depot, a freight de p*t, yards and other works. The rail road company agrees to improve propertv in South Aberdeen jointly with the South Aberdeen company, and the two com panies expect to begin work soon on an electric road from i-outh Aberdeen to Cosmojxilis. The brick veneer building being built in South Aberdeen, corner of Mill and Fifth street*, by the Northern Pacific railroad company, in conjunction with the South Aberdaen company, is nearly completed. The building has a frontage of 100 feet. From the record of City Clerk White we get the following in regard to public and private improvements in South Aber deen : Resolutions and ordinances intro duced at the meeting of the city council August 13th, as follows: ''Resolved, th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 January 1891

the Columbia River and rays Harbor. lovement on foot to cele the one hundredth year of of the Columbia by Capt. It is now over 98 years nturous captain turned the ip, the Columbia, into the )regon or the Great river i it wal then known from gathered from Indians, ne of Capt. Gray's discov , 1792. Capt. Cook, the igator, had some time be told of the vast numbers be found on this coast, lany ships to outfit for the Capt. Gray's among the ;he course of his voyage on liscovered the mouth of a latitude 46 deg. 19 iniu. ng with some difficulty, on sand-bars and breakers, ;hor in a spacious bav. beheld him with wonder. Br seen a ship or a white en they first descried the »y thought it was a floating pome monster of the deep; Irving recounts, -'they saw (ig for shore with human be | they considered them can j the Great spirit to ravage ad devour the inhabitants." d not go far up the river, i about and examined the me days. Going out at ly met at sea the celebrated 'ancouver, and told him If...

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

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

Brdeen Herald. H January 1, 181)1. >f the Earliest Legislature. I his quiet library at his resi front street a few evenings ago jinv, the gray-haired pioneer, egraph representative many pes of the first legislature of n, of which he was a member. I hung a picture of Mr. Den stbin, the first building erected b this vicinity. Just below >g contrast, was a picture of cent Denny hotel, which, with b, is worth $1,000,000. The Dt cost $10. Both his residence el are located on the original aim on which he settled 38 In the room were many other tilings. A big grape shot and all, reminiscent pf the early i; a large assortment of books, a large part, while Mr. Denny ate to congress; a collection numerous wildcat and motin ins added to the decorations l of utility. iv recounted how that first met at Olympia February 27, sordance with a proclamation ily governor, Isaac I. Stevens, pia was only 200 or 300 peo vas the greatest and about the north of Portland. The entire tli two exceptions, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance 12 00 Six mouths 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, W. T., SB 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 nil communications to the ABERDEEN HERALD. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the ri«ht to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it refleetsto the individual discredit of any one. Ninety's lost. Ninety-one. The Herald tio]>es it will be a good News Year. What will the new year bring Squire? Simply the title Mr. Be a Chinaman for once. Pay all your ilebtß on the new year. The fast 'young man's carol: "Blow out the old ; blow in the new." Custer's old troop made the ghosts dance on Porcupin#cret,'k last Mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 January 1891

■Aberdeen lierald. Bgday, - - January 1, 1891 WEATHER SIGNALS. S refers to temperature. When placed No. 1 or 2, It indicates warmer weather; placed below No. 1 or 2, it indicates 1 weather: when not displayed, the indl s are that the temperature will remain lary. No. 4is not displayed unless a tern re of 45 d.grees or lower is expected. No. 4 is displayed, No. 3 is always Id. dailv predictions for the weather are re -1 dally by the board of trade, and the isplayed from the pole over the board's liu'. Any combination of flags can be stood by referring to the above explana- Slilp captains will do well to consult signals before sailing. LOCAL Alliance brought along her Christ goods last Saturday. you dance the Old Year out and Year in at the opera house? have not your receipt, your taxes from this day until paid. H M. DeLong was the winner at the ■c box raffle at Austin & Morteu's night. Puyallup Commerce speaks of a "advent into the churualism Wash." |Htrre will bp watch services ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - Jaunary 1. 1891 ABERDEEI, OH GRAYS HARBOR. A CITY OF TO-DAY. The "Dulnth" of the North Pacific Coast. The Railroad Situation. Aberdeen, Nature's Metrop olis of Southwestern Washington. It is one of the wonders of western de velopment and civilization that Seattle, Tacoma and Spokane Falls, have become household words from the Rocky moun tains to the Atlantic coast, and Aber deen, a city that has local resources equal to either of them, and one whose loca tion as a seaport furnishes advantages far superior to the Sound cities, should, up to eighteen months ago, be comparatively unknown. Such was the case until new blood, new money and new men, recog nizing the fact that with the filling up and development of the new state, there must be a great coast wise city on the shores of Grays Harbor, and that Aber deen's magnificent location at the junc tion of two rivers and at the head of nav igation would easily place her far in ad vance of any point or city i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 January 1891

rSIELi, J4alf-Bt*eca. ■lance of Colonial Dajs BOBEBT A. CUKMIKQ. t CHAPTER I. TORT OSWHOO. e stamps his foot, and nations fee) Jck."—Byron. I HERE the Black water river pours its tributary tide into Lake On tario, on the Kite of the present city of Oswego, stood the stone fort from which it derive s its name. On the opposite side of the river was a smaller fort or tse named Ontario, perhaps its noighbor, and built for a it and a refuge for the settlers on when threatened by sav- ion jack of England floated Btone structure, and tho can y pointing from its walls, tho tramp of sentinels, attested nue of the garrison. It was p of the year, and a cold wind 1 the lake, piling the cakes of of each other with monotonous lg sound; and tho forest, which l wide semicircle behind the still bare of leaf and blossom, ach in front of the fort two n were standing, one of whom musket on his shoulder; at ly half a dozen canvas back Ihtly in answer to a remark of [anion he said: "I beg pardon, lut sur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 1 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. - - January 1, 11591. Thursil# A 3,2 lO Pouvd Boar. Among a list of furs received by C. L. Hibbard Saturday, from San Francisco, was the skin of a polar hear from Siberia, which is the finest specimen of the kind ever seen here. The bear when killed weighed 3,210 pounds, and its skin meas ures fourteen feet from the nose to the tipoi the tail. The skin of its great foreman's is twenty inches wide. It has a long silky inane on the neck, and the legs are fringed >ith long hair. The fur on the entire skin is long and soft, and pure white, »iith the exception of three short bow utripes on tlie hip. The skin is valued at $5)3: In a lot of furs which were brought from the north on a whal ing vessel, were nine polar bear skins, 100 white fox skins, a gray Siberian wolf skin, and many rare and valuable pieces. One of the prizes of the season so far is tlie skin oi a mammoth beaver, which Mr. Hibbard has had stuffed and mounted. The animal weighed fifty pounds when caught...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 January 1891

LETTER. ir Regular Correspondent.) r ABHINOTON, I>KC. 26, 1890. natters are nearing a crisifl i, and if all the senators who y talked free coinage are pre for it in the senate, nothing ;he adoption of a free coin lent to the financial bill, Bt been reported to the sen finance committee by Mr. "his bill is a very different t which was first introduced, r men are mad all through jttee for its action in strik- Iction providing for the ra tional bank notes by treaß- Ked on purchases of silver I inserting its plaoe one be Secetary of the Treasury 1)00,000 in 2 per cent bonds lot hesitate to say that they (outside of party lines and loinage amendment to the •ill. Senator Stewart has kneed a free coinage amend ■ will certainly receive the jof the republican senators Irably to silver, but great ling brought to bear on Itors by the opponents of Int their voting for it, and Lie voles against it for voteß action bill they will gladly ■rumor here whicn is not lited, to the effect that sen in...

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

Abendsi hzaki- riurntei - - Immtri t umi ABERDEEN, 01 GRAYS HARBOR. A CITY OF TO-DAY. T£j; ~T>v£ttL~ *y?th& Sor& Pacitc Coast Tus RailrrAd Straa^ior^ Aberdeen, nature'* Metrop olis of Sowtftweocem W Mhtngttm* tt a n* ii is* * -ftifer* if **»TAra ■&- »w4 « ' Baarw.* "it* StaeSe T **.'.qul " 5 *•'*. I^2.T> -»n"r.iiK> *<«r4» S*un. 4bt few-Sc? Jfen»- '-i.au % Cms .tiatuit "sua*. asui }£*x •iiwa. * «KCf ia* Swal «* tv Aw*, *vui \tut Svk»- tfjn J» i *btr.r.r~, tiVa_.'!*.«* arfaaocaip* *t? lagiiiir «, a*»r *jmA iiftfm. 4kt*aA 19- "►"ifcvswn. sifwttii* >■ Wfy •» u* ■•an*- naeiS aww k'Sjtrt, a**r awvn«7 tart s*« ansa »«• " y. '1/ ,n*r JbfcT. fjijaC wxh. 'rut SSBang «art fcw&yyMMMt lUf *ftft suf* *taß*» iiwtflfc t~ mi' -1* «* isjr*:. was* *ia* *'a* ,faw HarMc, *a«t ■aar. .tUf- *fjexs's» at ti»* . fo*l» «rf Si, <** ar. "lift E i.VT VWUritflaafi? fl»» hi'-7 iw .*. i.C •Mt 'i uej ynaae «r s* - «r* Waafamp-.v*. not***, mnri wwfcvi jui».<fxjjr*>j aw- w aaalw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 January 1891

■Aberdeen Herald. Hdar. - - January 8, 1891. CNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. erful Growth of the Order in Twenty-Seven Years. energetic members of this order out holding a fair in the city of ngton to raise funds to erect a castle >on a site already purchased. There er in the world that has exceeded le in cementing the brotherhood of ,nd certainly none that has equaled rowth. On the 10th of the coming iry the order will be 27 years of The first lodge organized in Wash city did not last long, but the one in the same city, which was Bed mainly of workinginen, saved ler from going to pieces. It was ny months the only lodge of the Its members extended the num lodiies and members gradually, day it lias one supreme lodge, fifty and lodges, nearly 4,000 subordi idges and a membership of over I). It has an endowment rank with ibership of 23,000, a uniform rank divisions with a membership of , and in the years of 1888 and 1880 uted $1,497,435.6(3 for the relief of sed members and families, iklin Lodg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP subscription: One year, in advance 12 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the posttfee at Aberdeen, W. T., Ms second class mail matter. News and all Items of interest, solicited from *11 parts of the conuty. The name of the sender • whmild appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN HERALD. Wi 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 reflects to the individual discredit of any one. The Young-man-not-afraid-of-tht -force bill is Senator Woleott's title now. —Tele- graph. The faces of the members of the four houses of the legislature of the state of Washington are turn d toward Olympia. In the last legislature the fourth house, or the eamble:s, was by far the largest, including nearly all of the other three....

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