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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 January 1892

OF THE COUNTY NEWS Land Sized to Suit All and - Readers of the Herald. Treasurer Carter reports tlio j ! about $10,000 in taxes on j the 29th ult. . C. Calder, an old resident of, r. died at Montesuno on lho Ist r a protracted illnes.«. Club of Hoquiam" is the j is title decided upon to be given I rganization of young men at; i E. Mace and Mrs. Marv L. | were united in marriage, at 10, December 25, 1891, by Uev. igheed. W. Lumber Company have de tto rebuild their store building am that was demolished by the ■y wind. t. Post, No. 81, will bo mustered esdav evening, January 5, at the all. Any old soldiers or sailors e not yet joined are requested to -Elma Chronicle. Green, a deck hand on the i, fell overboard into the Hoquiam t Hoquiam, while taking a line i City of Abeideen, last Satur e was fished out unhurt, but at chilled. district lodge I. O. G. T., com- Chehalis and Mason counties, s quarterly session in Hoquiam «;k. Grand Lectuier W. E. Hill, Moines, lowa, addressed the 5 Wedne...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 January 1892

This plan will afford competition, and will give the various mechanics a chance to bid oil the kind of work in which they are skilled. Some may urg= that in this way the responsibility will be divided. ; The position i: j not tenable, (or the rea son each contractor should give bond to do the work according to the plans and specifications, and this done the liability of each contractor could be easily de« termined should there be a breach. There is the best of reason to believe, should this mcde of letting the contract be adopted, that we will have better work done, liecause there would be no cause for collusion of contractors, and the school district will be several hundred dollars ttie gainei, and the action of the board will not only be commended by the taxpayers, but by the different classes of mechanics who will be assured that their several interests have been looked after and protected. There is only one chance in a life time to buy property cheap in the Portland addition, an...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 January 1892

« Herald. January 7, 1892 I AND INK. H. W.l p Lippincott's have il southern number, being from southern itte, "A Fair Block me of the old School the characters have ling eyes and all the t of a delunct school oines. The plot is j interesting. Mr. 11 of high flown ex- I'liriouscontrast with ess of the prevailing iiuch moie of a story tho modish writers >rrectness of today, he fashion eration will find it ■eal story in his old- Ihan no story in an ant-worn mode. It to the south to sup fin best number that, lontributions by its e is not represented clson Pan - only in a n "'.Southern Liter pears from "Uncle graceful story writer Viola Uosaboro', lot for the festivity of the zines, in their holiday and gold, with holly and covers, and evergreens us without, it would be lis land where all things lie same, to realize that in us. It is a little difH the proper enthusiasm ours and the evergreen >ods has lost for us the nee of evergreens. But asons the fireside plea ;reater with us, an...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 January 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - January '• '"a - !-el'Ki EVEET THL'KSOAV BT T. B. ViLL - - • Pw*l *. A. Ittntu. *CWM» r»)> o» ir»flirr)j: Oae jtrmr.lv mdrntt . - IJ® Si* watts * ijf T ttp ff^s»u \<jr<-ni*ia4 rati on :(*£ >». Eaierei ml the ** i«v!i(l rku oii! MORE UNITED ACTION. Let Aberdeen gv» a little extra m«ve on her. If ever in her hi.«t«ry it were eitreij »-Iy »c***jry f-.r otjgat-ued an : anited action lhat time i* t«fay. And vet- i-npinelr 011 tbeir Hacks *r*- lying city r»*al c-la: men and cat|»ta!ist.». listening to the *i;ea sua#' «<f h«f« ornii tht-y a<e well nig:i transformed into If t h.-y fondly fancy that ■lui-itcr is going to tmn.iJe our i-ar <>f without their potting*cboalder to the wheel, tliev a<e dujie* .-f tlje Sir-: water; and if they presume that the enterprising few who have tlw s lar railed •bem through {>...* mud are -j " al ways keep it Bp they are in-,: - delnsive idea. Every itollan.' worth tr prop-rtv in and atxmt the c.t/...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 January 1892

S?i Herald. January 7, 1892 '!■ IN SIGHT. ■ Little Local Bell, Echoes Rise Swell. lon December 24tli, a orn to Sir. and Mrs. verc held at the sev enteen to watch '91 e. iu give a laundryman it; but this isn't so Idle-aged lady, house to cook in logging his office. >" is now located in [Uarters, at the south i and F streets. ■ age and add one ■, and subtract 'one in is said to be good i. have moved their nd clothing into the leron street opposite proprietor of the d a severe attack of but is now able to te, of Market street, ■indcr of her winter ;ost before going to rchaae her spring goods. evening, January 2d, informal dance given at Considering the rush in tten up, it was well at leasant time was enjoyed. • morning at the Pres i Dr. Lackev will hold a s and children's service, lople of the Sunday school vi'.ed to be present with Hv. Dobbins returned from where he pur- ferryboat to ply between Aberdeen. The boat Chas. Hanson Monday, in a short time. a multitude of sins, H" said t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 January 1892

Aberdeen herald. Tfamrgda-, - - January 7. 1892 CHRISTMAS IK GOTHAM. New York, Dec., 22, 1891. New York in Christmas week!—' This is a spectacle unique in itself. Not so much a s|>ectacle as a vast spectacular i lay whose fi«d point is in the great shopping thoroughfares of Broadway, 14th and 23d streets, and w hose side scenes are en acted in all the lesser streets. Tlif broad farce of swelldom has a fatal way of creeping bv degrees fruir. humor into pathos, and from pathos into the dee|iest tragedy in those dimmer, dirty suite «treets where "no one gees." Those streets where the tiny newsboy, whose ba by dimples are fading into aged wrinkles, stands with his nose flattened, and, for once, white against the dingy pane of the toy store. Must of the treasures, behind the glass, the objects of his desire, could be bought for coin too small to ever have a plat* in our western currency. All sorts and conditions otmen have a place iu the endless stream that pours along the great thoro...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 January 1892

Irdeen Herald. - January 7, 1892 SHIPMENTS FOR 1891. «rim; detailed list is a com ment '>f tho lumber shipments *nt mills on lirays harbor for jar. It is taken from the last week : WILSON BROS A CO. VBBBBL. M FT. .Maryand Ida 225 San "Buenaventura 251 Mary and Ida 230 Ida McKay. 249 Big River 245 San Buenaventura 250 Mary and Ida 246 Big River 245 San Buenaventura 240 Mary and Ida 244 Big River 239 San Buenaventura 250 Mary and Ida 245 Big River 245 Mary and Ida 250 San Buenaventura 250 C. T. Hill 200 Mary and Ida 240 San Buenaventura 240 Mary and Ida 250 Eureka 300 . Twilight 225 Mary and Ida 225 Webfoot 300 Big River 220 Fanny Adele 275 Mary and Ida 225 al 6,664,000 fEATHERWAX LUMBER CO. VESSEL. M FT. , Marion 340 J. M. Weatlierwax .... 549 . Tanner 325 . Norway 311 Falcon 298 Vesta 380 Norway 302 Alcalde 398 Norway 325 Alcalde 412 Norway 395 Alcalde 437 Norway 299 American Girl 309 Alcalde 387 Norway 323 Sailor Boy 280 . Catherine Sudden 466 Tanner 323 . Norway 325 Jno. McCull...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 January 1892

Aberdeen Herald Thursday. - - .lannary i. 1892 THE SCHOOL SITE QUESTION. The Pros end Cons of the Vexed Site Discussed by Both Sides. We publish the following coscerring the school site question by request oi "Taxpayer," without comment by the Herald: MORE <i*OCXI> SEEDED. Aberdeen, !)ec. 16,1891. To tke Vitcn of . lit rj-ni: On August 4th, at a special meeting, you voted to select as a site (er the new school house lots Nos. 3, 4, 5, «», 7, 8, an>! 9, block 25, Franco's addition to Aber deen. The directors found upon examin ation that it wouid be necessary if they build snch a house as had been contem plated and deemed necessary, that they should also be authorized by the voteis to purchase lots Nos. 10 and 11. As being contiguous to said site and in order to complete the site so selected, and give room to erect such a school building as the citizens have a right to expect, and {or which bonds to li:e amount of 000 has already been voted. As thi-innf ter now elands we need...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 January 1892

I 1 OLD, OLD STORY Trials and Tribulations of School District No. 5, |IE SCHOOL FINANCES STAND Bf the Expenses Incurred for the lew Site, Plans, Elections I and Sundries. last May the good citizens of this y of Aberdeen have been more or , ferment over the location of a and the erection ot a school Long before the date mentioned ■ssity for larger and better arcom ns became apparent to all, and e of time this chrysalis of senti sulted in the voting of $25,000 in >r the purchase of a site and the of a building. Then the trouble and it hasn't let up since. Every the city who had any property the school in his vicinity and est it go somewhere else. The Doard was harangued, harrassed irried with the contending in ind factions until life became a Of the many sites offered but e seriously considered by the They were block 7 in Weather- Ben'i's first addition, which was for $6500; and lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 blcx'k 25, Frame's addition, for When the choice had narrowed thesn two sites (bot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 January 1892

Aberdeen Herald. ThitrsUay. • - January 14, 18»2 WITH GOD FOR WITNESS. Frick Dent lay on his bunk and listened to the bowling of the wolves in the tim ber and the more oppressive breathing of his partner. He had been awake f«r hours, and not being a thinking man, he had absolutely nothing to do. The fir tree over the shack uripped slow moisture on the roof, and through the warped glass of the window one star was blurred and half smeared out. The heavy cotton comfortable lay unyielding, lik s a mat tress, upon him, and he grew cold. He got up, crept across the gritty floor, slid on his boots, and went to the door. Out side, the dripping forest of gigantic ever greens pressed against the one-roomed shack ; two freshly felled trees supported themselves half up. like a man on his el bow ; a faint trail from the door lost itself in the darkness of the undergrowth. Frick picked up the double-bitted ax by the door and weut out for firewood. As he moved in the underbrush he heard a slight s...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 January 1892

Berdeen Herald. ■j\ - - January 14, 1892 It water couriers. st difference between the ship he Pacific ocean as compared Atlantic is aptly shown by the account clipped from the San j Call. The steamers sailing i Francisco aie almost identical je sailing from New York in i in speed and accommodations. 1 developments of the Pacific wever, is making the steamship ■s build better ships, and in a i the harbors along the coast [sited by as magnificent vessels the Atlantic. The article is as g can better illustrate the vast nent in ocean steamers than a on of the crack crafts of eighteen r years ago with the modern which travelers now cross the In 1871 the finest steamers in i were not over 4000 tons register, irooms and in fact the entire were illuminated at night by oil ie staterooms were narrow and ie saloon dark and the vessel with steerage passengers of all ities and of all degrees of un iss. Owing to the small size of els they often suffered severe in the terrible storms that sweep ie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 January 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - Januar} I*. IKHZ tSSI'ED EV*RY THURSDAY BT — F. R. WALL, - * - PROPRIETOR W. A. CEO-DELL, - BCSIKESS MANAGER TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance *2 £> Six months 1 Three ninths Advertising rates on application. Kntered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. LET US BE A UNIT. The decision < f the school hoard to ie fu-'e to call ato'her elec'ion on the school site matter, tut to p . ce d with the c n strnction of the building would se-m to settle the question, and it is to honed, for the peace and welfare of the ritv that it does. The board is not infallible and has made a number of errors in the con duct -if this important matter In the first place the district piacti cally bought two sites when it secured a tract of land divided bv an alley. The board should have, txfore purchasing, made it a condition or sale that the alley in block 25, or so much of it as sunt ted on lots 3. 4, 5, 6. 7. 8 and 9, shonld be v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 January 1892

■CITY DADDIES lumeI ume Their Responsible s With Due Modesty. K OF OFFICERS LAID OVER I Bond Accepted— Committee* ited - Pr ceedlnf?A of the o Previous Meetings. Hcity council wasborn Tuesday Hi larije crowd of interested and Hizens watched the accouche- He f.ict that it wax probable the elected by the council would Hlrew the candidates and their city hull in force, and the made itself manifest in when the motion was made to the election. Hut alas, Hnr curiosity was unrealized, a Hiljnurn. which prevailed, pnt- Hxltotlie proceedings, leaving Hess souls on the anxious seat week. Aside from the stitf- Hjucnt upon a first session the Hssed off unmarked by any Hpedings in detail are as fol- Hcil was called to order by City Hi at 8 p. m. Councilman Hs elected temporary ma\or, Hnutes of the last reguiar meet- Hd approved. Hterly reports of the marshal Brer and clerk were read and ■the finance committee. Hof Charles Dipman tor $1.2 ), Bv. Emery for $4.65 were al- Bnation of Water Commissio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 January 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - January 14. 1892 WITH PEN AND INK. GAL4TEA. Then thrilled with sharp remorse, he held her off, that the moonlight bathed the wondrous form That quivered still with his last fond carets. • And have 1 wakened ihae to life and love — Life with its burden, lov with thorny crown. And death that puts an end to all fair things— Who might'st have stood in calm tftid stony grace And perfect beauty all the aces through? Forgive me, sweet!' " But while the first sad tears Sprang to her eyes, and wuile her heart beat quick For dread of ail the untried years might bring, -he. womanlike, laid her warm lips to his And whispered soft: 4 *Be comforted, my own: Could I have spoken this had been my choice, >ince lovt atone tb both for life and death." On a quiet street, near enough to Broadway to be accessible, and far enough to miss the harshest of its eter nal roar, is the Authors' Club, where every two weeks the foremost thought smiths of the city meet and dine and...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 January 1892

Irdeen herald. ■ - January 14, 1892 ibermen's Excursion. •uary 8 a special train will aul, over the Northern Pacific, >ast. 'he train will bring a of lumbermen gathered from the Union, who, having heard of the wonderful timber re- Vashington take this mean. s the reports. The importance rsion to this region cannot mated, bringing, as it will, representing millions of ing for investment. nding eight days in the Sound harbor country the excursion it Oregon and California, re ct via the Southern Pacific irsion is especially designed allied in numerous ways to industry, and the objective timber regions to be visited fitic coast, the proposed trip ride and comprehensive tour •ific slope, with visits to its i and places of resort. The ravel will cover no less than i through fourteen of the is and territories. The tickets traveling expenses for the ■sleeping car accommodations, ina cars, transfers, rides in s, fird-class fare on railways lers —in short everything Again Caught lisreprese...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 January 1892

ONE WEEK IN THE WORLD. Epitome of tiie News From tlie Four Comers of the Earth. LA GKIPPE. • _ An act e in yonr (•ack As T-.n t<.«s in your bed. An ache io voar head As if it wo:ld crack — That's la grippe. A 'aste in jow nu uth Like a b iffalo roat, A feeling jim note Of ard an-nth— That's la yrippe A bumin - secsntion That inakea } our efet weep. A struggle to keep Back a vivid oration — That's la grippe. —Chicago Blide. Liliiwanp Falls on Hoods canal has been granted a |*»<!iiffice. The Canadian (>id Fellows have re fused to grant a charter for a negm lodge. There are 196 taX|«ver» on the Lewis county assessment toll that pay taxes on a vahiatiou of over f5,000. Twentv-five hundred patents for en tries have been received at the ."Seattle land office in the las! three weeks. Company A, of Olvnipia, had its first drill «ith guns satiiidav evening, and the militiamen handled their arms like old scliiiers. A rule has been adopted by the tide land commiss:.ine»s reqniringeach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 January 1892

r- ftMONY LACKING lecond Meeting of the New Kouncil Rather Breezy. m ACTIONS ARK DEVELOPED (Elected— Salary of City Caustic Remark* by the Councilmen. lecond' session of the new city was held last evening and was ull of interest to some, fateful sappointment to others. The • wag again crowded with inter •ectators and the words and acts lolons were heard and watched se attention. Weatherwax presided and Coun 'rask, Stewart, 11001, Linn, Taft, and Fetternian, were present, inutes of last meeting were read •oyed. raimittee to whom was referred :e No. 65 reported as follows: Mayor of Aberdeen ; —We, your ee to whom was referred the or introduced by Councilman .Stew ing to the salaries of the several ials, jespectfully report that we imined the same and are greatly i that the councilman from d Hoine shoufd father a bill of ■racter, as prior and since his lie hag talked against incteasing expenses and the salaries of the We hope that the opinion he citizens in general that the lan from Hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 January 1892

ENGLAND MOURNS. Death of the Duke of Clarence. Heir to the Throne. Prince Albert, oldest son of the Prince of Wales, died Thursday morning at 9 o'clock, (half a r . hour after the death of Cardinal Manning; after a short attack of pneumonia. His death makes Prince George, second and only son of tbePriuce of Wales, heir presumptive to the Eng lish throne. Albert Victor Christian Edward, Duke of Clarence and Avondale, the eldest son of the Prince and Princess of Wales, was born January 8, 1864, and was educated at Trinity college, Cambridge, and the University of Heidelberg. In 1877 he enteied the navy as a midshipman and passed two years on board the Britannia, Captain Henry Fairfax. In 1879, with his brother, Prince George, he went to the West Indies on the Bacchante; and in 1880 82, still on the Bacchante, the two princes traveled around the world to South America, Australia and the Ca e of Good Hope. In October, 1883, Prince Albert Victor went to Trinity college, Cambridge, and st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 January 1892

■B A HAItY'S DIAKY. til U Recorded Some Kvents of Interest. Week —As near as I am able to >m appearances, my arrival has ip quite an excitement in the Id. I have been weighed and the iven at eight pounds. I have also efullv inspected and have been ced sound in wind and limb. Tt's ar as I am concerned. My young ns to be tickled half to death and ith 6inells of beer. When he was a boy he went out back of se and jumped on his hat for jov. I't make him jump for some other lore I get over this redness of :ion then vou may plav marbles laid head. l 1 Week —Nurse is here yet and ny good behuvior. She looks to a woman who wouldn't take ies of a youngster and I don't ow until my muscle works up a ire. Several parties in to see me id to listen to the usual congratu- Some talk of bringing n.e up on , but I'll have something to say lat latter on. I'm laying low and liings easy. Dad is still walking with a grin on his face and there aell of gin cocktail in sho room it. When he remarked that I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 January 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday, - - January 21, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, • - - Proprietor \V. A. Crandell, - Business Manager TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance 12 00 .Six months -■ 1 JjJ Three months "5 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., rb second class mail matter. Weekly Meteororlogtcal Report U. S. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Wednesday, January 14, 1892. temperature T' H 1 I*l* s date. 8' 2 E • weather. 5J S 3 < i *I Z. H V - ! 1 S __ Wednesday.. 40 44 JBO .18 jCloudy. Thursday.... 40' 44 ;36 ,S2|Rain Friday.... 41 43 34 .oi Tartly cloudy Saturday. 42.5 48 j37 .00 (Cloudy Sunday. 43.5 4<> j4l .07 u Nlonday 45 49 45 .07 Rain Tuesday 42 48 42 .00 (Partly cloudy Prevailing direction of wind daring the week was south. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. AN EVIL . PRACTICE. It has become customary when, in the discussion of public or private affairs, a man's words or acts are ...

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