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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 January 1892

HAPPENINGS t)esign of Steam Skid ing Manufactured. (XES DICKENS SOCIAL. vr Time Card Works—Hobos ipid's Victory—Two Acct- Nore Bablen—Grlpletg. ier Roy Soiners is loading est's mill. ley returned yesterday from mm in Portland. -masted schooner Alcalde i Francisco Monday lumber rs. J. C. Pearson were made hnrsday by the advent of a ier J. M. Weatherwax sailed ith 520,000 of lumber lor o. rs. Benjamin Milette rejoice pnt of a bouncing girl baby cile. I'aldo Murphy's lectures on re most interesting. Fun liy combined. i be mating season, and the e twittering about a certain in these parts. ney Bush and City Clerk >een engaged all week ir. set delinquent tax list. iliy will lecture on phrenol- Metliodist church Saturday e is well worth hearing, se left for Montesano last issume the duties of deputy ;or, vice H. A. Hanson, re- leen Pleasure club will give le ball at Koeliler's on Friday which great preparations are masted schooner Chas. E. 'harfed up the Wishkah yes fill unlocd her bal...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 January 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. "The night has a thousand eyes. And the day but one; vet the light of the bright world dies. With the dying sun. The mind has a thousand eyes, And the heart but one; Yet the light of a fhole life dies. When life is done." The recent attempt of Guy de Mau passant to commit suicide renews the interest in the French author's works that has been stirred up from time to time daring the last few years by the publication of his stories. His strongest claim to fame is based upon his short stories. The volume called '"The Odd Number" was very favorably noticed at the time of its publication a few years ago, some American critics going the length of claiming this collection to tie the most perfect baker's dozen of stories ever gotten together between two covers. But de Maupassant is not the only for eign author who has won the highest praise during the last five years, and it is noticeable how many more foreign than English writers come in for the most enthusiastic commendat...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 January 1892

■S'S DUPLICITY tns at Vallejo Arouses e Nation's Anger. |>V OK NAVAL OFFICERS of the Mob's Hatred of Ainerl -The Baltimore's Sailors IVero Said to be Sober. timoro inquiry at Vallejo, Cal., uded last Thursday afternoon, ed six days, and every aspect ir had been thoroughly investi ie firet four days were taken up istimony of the men, who re individual experiences during By this the facts were clearly it that the attack was clearly i and that the police and eold tbe mob in their deadly lay the medical officers of the led as to the wounds received altimore's men, and as to the jeglect of the wounded sailors paiaiso hospital, the authori ig to treat the men themselves ie Baltimore's surgeons to doit, y several of the senior officers 6 to the legal proceedings in i, bringing out clearly the ut of the Valparaiso court to es ything to the detriment of the j the care which the court took ig any questions which might h reflections on the Valparaiso iptain Schley showed forth e inception a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 January 1892

THENEWS ROUNDUP; What Chehalis County People Are Doing. THE STATE AXI> GENERAL NEWS. Stormiest Winter on the Coast for Years —Oooil Prospect f.ir War —New Ilesfioroe* of Countj, Etc. COUNTY. County Treasurer J. M. Carter is suf fering with the grippe. Judge Mason Irwin is expected t> re turn from the east January 20. The new tug Astoria was successfully launched at Hoquiam last Thursday. The settlers of Artie have formed a company to take out the big jam near the head of tide water. The hearts of Rev. Claypool and wife were gladdened last Saturday morning .by the arrival of a son. —Vidette. The Montesano Vidette is agitating the building of a sewerage system, and if necessary, bonding the city for that pur pose. The "old timers'' living on the ocean beach all agree that they have never seen the ocean so rough as it has been this winter. —Ocosta Pioneer. The Northwestern Lumder Company of Hoquiam has enjoined the harbor line commission from completing their sur vey about the Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 January 1892

IT IARK MYSTERY tnterfeiters or Dynamiters Work in Our Midst? ■IT* OF A LONELY HOIUF. rter raepn Through a Chink In Window Covering and Seen Some Strange Sight*. lated little one-story house stands utskirts of the city. is nothing remarkable in that jre is nothing remarkable in the ice of this cottage unless it be its f utter loneliness and desertion, lows being closely boared up and si securely fastened. o rent'' or "for sale" sign adorns i, and the solitude of its immedi- Dundings is unbroken save by the and going of pedestrians on the . sidewalk. b periphrastic wanderincs the reporter had noticed this lonely nd had made inquiries as to why ) boxed up, but none knew more it the owner had moved away iv-n some months ago. ate hour last Tuesday night as he ssing this house, on the nearest le was greatly surprised to hear sounds issuing from its interior, >n a closer inspection discovered ihining through a crack in one of ards covering a window. The which formerly led from the road...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 January 1892

' A CLEVER JAILBRIAKER A Blndo* Gateway Who Was Baallv Able and Gould Gin Most M«n hil»l» For some months Raojee Koli. a ut» torions robber, behaved well His de voted wife then appeared and peti tfoned for souie Jewels, which she as aerted were her own property Any bow, she loitered about, and it is said she had an interview with him. Whether she helped or not In what happened afterward is best known to those who must have assisted oar n» tive Jack Sheppard In bis wonderfnl escape. It is asserted that at sp. in. he was locked up in one of the solitary cells, which bad an iron barred door and walls sixteen feet high, with a bat ten and Uangalore tiled root The next morning Raojee was non est. His escape was no mystery when the mode was carefully examined He appears to have been provided with a light rope some twenty two feet long, which is usually used for the weaving weft. To this was knotted a tape from his pyjama. At the end of the tape he is supposed to have tied bis cap with a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 January 1892

CTURE ON VICHY WATER. dlenee Wu a Soda Fountain Boy and He Fled in Terror. t'll it be sir?" inquired the boy soda fountain in a Broadway tore, as a thin, old man with ectacles and white chin whiskery ed up to the counter. i may draw me a glass of vichy. i," said the old man. "1 pre he continued, watching the on placidly over the top of his les, "that you have no idea of redients of the beverages you indr use the best fruit syrups," re d the fountain operator, confi "uiade from the genuine arti ] block tin lined fountain, all , yes." responded the venerable er, testily, "but take this vichy a know its atomic and elemen i position" ?" • drug department is at the back Htore. sir," said the clerk, ap ri'-ely. perceive with sorrow, young continued the venerable custo chin whiskers, permitting his vichy to stand untouched and ig on the counter, "that you do prove the myriad opportunities lire information which lie about Take this glass of vichy, my son. rm 'mineral water' is applied to in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 January 1892

Aberdeen hernia. Tbinday. - • Jmwv SB. 1892 I9SCED EVERT THURSDAY T. K. WALL, - *- P*or*i*ro* W. A. CIISDUX, • Bcsmt MasaßE* tckjis of «rwcEiroo*: One year. In advance *?2 Sis months . . . ... I «• Three o»nuLfc« ... . ' s AdTertUisf rauaon application. Entered at the poatofllce «t Aberdeen. Wuh.. u second cUsi malt matter. Weekly MetMrwrlojlt*! Report t'. 8- Weather Bureau. Station. Aberdeen. Waihinirton. Week ending We »o. j *dAy. January 11,19?J --htMmjktvtz .* Ia ; a £ DAT*. :jj . = Z »*ATH*«. 5 ' * s 5 K < - * a f a s a. WednesdaT O t" 3*i Cloodtess. Tbnraday.. 40 « S2 .00 Friday 41 M « » jarariiy. 42. |53 tl - O SundaT. 3 5 f43 3*5 Monday 4>; |52 «> Cloudy T»eyi«y 4£> [50 3S "8 Chwdy Prevailing direction of wind daring the week •u tut W. B. Mac*, Weather Bureau obeerver. THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. ■ The long-looked for message of Presi dent Harrison, together with the corre spondence between Chile and the United States was sent to congress Monday af ternoon. The messa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 January 1892

|L HAPPENINGS |?wslets Picked Up About he Street Corners. ■tehivouks bonds sold. ta Sound of Revelry By Night ther Report for the Past ifteen year*—Notes. y, full lines, at Kroenert Bros'. ;istration books are now open, low, before you forget it. ing special. Childern's shoes. Keith & Co. tf >n are making some needed re se upper Wislikah bridge. ncil finance committee is mak imination ol the tax books. short wraps, long cloaks and i going at bargains. M. E. Gray. •ment is the order of the day. k is washing the board of trade ihed house to rent for the win conable terms. Apply at this tf ies Crowther and Wooding gave n last evening to a large nura nds. ock. New crop. Full line of canned fruit just received at Bros. the communication from City ct Lawrence in another column, resting. tie of carnned goods at the Front. remen have decided to make II on Washington's birthday a tsqtterade affair. Ine of new dried fruits at the , Front. samer Alliance came in Sunday it eighty tons of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 January 1892

EASTERN OUTLETS A Minnesota View of the Pacific Coast Lumber Problem. NICARAGUA CANAL NO BKNBFIT The Recent Redaction fm Lumber Kitfl Nat Enough to induce Shipments to the Central States. The Mississippi Val'ey Lumberman editorially sums up the lacific coast hjn> ber trade as follows: v , | A reduction ot eight cents a hundred lb the Charge of hauling lumber from Washington and Oregon into certain )>or tioris of luwa, Nebraska and Illinois, ha*- kindled anew the interest of the on the coast in lower rail ra'en. The Western manufacturer are looking longingly eastward for a market for theii surplus of lumber and are hoping for j. solution of the problem of how and where t find a market, in lower frtight rat+s b; rail. Thus far they have received but very Mttlo encouragement. It is ciirrerii ly reported on 'he Pacific eoast thatPresi dent Hill, of the Uieat Northern, ha promised that the advent of his road in that locality will be the signal for a 4 cent rate —not to the Mississi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 January 1892

BRIC DEFENSES tldison Tells How He Id Repel an Attack. ■he conducting medium t Mowed Down By Thousands • Hose and Klectriclty- Charged Water. A. Edison was asked the otlier ad ever thought of a plan to mntry to win a victory in case That," said he, "is what I k about. It is true I have in electric torpedo, the Sims •pedo, which we have sold out astrong Gun company, but it hat kind of thing that I take iat I want to see is some for jn coining to this country on our own ground. That is it to see, and I think that elec play such a part in a war time comes as will make gun d dynamite sit in humble ob -1 the obsolete flint arrowhead, rician, when that time comes, lis plant for making the life of electrically uncomfortable, one item of defense which I id. I have never written or it before. With twenty-five rt I can make that fort abso- w York Board of Health SITS DOWN ON A BAKING POWDER CO. ROYAL'S OLD GAME. SfATB Board of Health op New York. fe IXjß> A 1 Iwny t F ■ Anderson. Esq Chica...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 January 1892

A GENERAL REVIEW Uems Abstracted and Exrtacted From Our Kxrhanges THE GOLDIN STKKETS OF YAKIMA Preparations for War—Sound to Be Pro tected—Murde- in Colfax— Millionaire* Wed. COUNTY. The Hoquiam oons of Veterans are or ganizing a military company. Iloquiam has but one restaurant where meals can be had at all hours. Nearly $60,000 in 1891 taxes were paid into the county treasury in December. The steamer Scotia left Cosmopolis last week lumber laden for san Francisco. About fifty men ate at work on the schooner Gleaner at the Hoquiam ship yards. Th» Union club has been organized at Hoquiam with fifty members. It is a combination business and social function. It is rumored that the county com missioners contemplate appointing J. W. Milroy as superintendent of the poor farm. James Gillies, of Hoquiam, is establish ing a logging camp ot the mouth of the Humptulips river He will remove the log jam in the river. George D. Seofield has been appointed by the county central committee to the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 February 1892

■- ■UP BY THE SEA leck of 'the Ferndale on he North Shore. I BY AN HEROIC WOMAN 1 Lives Lost—The Terrible Story ild by a Survivor — Only Five Bodies Found. victim of the fury of the sea lies broken in the sands beach. Again has the handi- crumbled in the struggle and the British bark no more. went ashore fifteen miles entrance to Grays harbor about 3 o'clock and is a Captain Blair and sixteen were drowned. Seaaien Eric Charles Carlson and Peter ■ were the sole survivors. of and leading to ■ are best told in the language related to a Herald ■ Kric Sondberg said: was in command of and had sailed from New- Hw South Wales, on Thursday, 5,1891, with coal ballast, and ■ out eighty-four days when she We had been tacking up the coast for the last two to find the entrance to the H river, and twice in that time Bd what must have been the light, but the weather was so thick that we had to beat out Hiain. At 9 o'clock Thursday ■ we were in sight of the coast were wrecked and the breakers Hied b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 February 1892

MANY POUNDS OF QHOST Its Mind ffu Eased by Oetclug Hack It* Place. (Still It Walha the rarth. Believe in ghosts* Of course I dot And you can find them right in tills city of New York if you will only look in the right place and at the right time. Why. you might as well say that there was no sea serpent as to try and make me believe that there are no ghosts! We are Just now awfully interested in the pianomaker's ghost Never beard of itt Dear me I About two years ago a workman In one of the biggest and best known piano factories in this city was suddenly discharged after he had been working there for many years. He was a big fellow, weighing over 300 pounds, and naturally his grief was laige and volum inous. He went home, thought the matter over, put a bullet into his head and died His heart was broken. The boys turned out of course, and gave him an elegant funeral, and many of them were so overcome with mourn ing that they did not get back to work for several days. Then the fan began...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 February 1892

HABIT OF BATHING. and Injurlotm Effects Con- by Medical Authority. however long estab- ever been allowed a perina- to respect. Sooner or later come to be weighed in the and its quality will be proved. Let us quote, as the habit of daily bath- of which has of late, Hot for the first time, been seri- He^tioned. of doubt in such H and under ordinary circurn ■ does not, we confess, coin- to our judgment. Whethet of ablution fear the ■f cold immersion, or whethei the cleansing stimulation to tlie excreting skin sur- objection must appear to possessed of ordinary vigor to threaten impair- B both by fostering uncleanli- on the other hand, it is the Happlication of heat by Turkish warm baths which appear Hnable, we will not deny that Hhere a possible ground for com ■ not be supposed that we ignore influence or the cleansing of this method when used It is true, however, lias often proved the Hh'ous effect of its misuse—ir. example, of cardiac weakness H-al exhaustion. Cold bathing. Huanner, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 February 1892

Aberdeen haraio. Thursday, - - February 4. 1H92 ISSUED EVEKY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - - ■ Pfopbibtor W. A. Cbandell, - Business Manager TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance . W uO Six months 1 2V Three months 7& Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofßce at Aberdeen, Wash., ai second class mail matter. Weekly MeteororlogU Al Report U. 8. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington Week ending Wednesday, February 3, 1892. TEMPERATURE * ! 5Ti i \ DATE. . ai 3 •" I WKATIIKB * w — W I ■* * I % w K < - a! ; S X 1 K 6. | Wednesday.. 43 j'l 3? .0> 'cloudy Thursday.. 46 40 2 4 Friday 41 ftl 31 ,4t> " Saturday . 3J. 44 !34 .10 .Partly cloudy Sundav. 3'..S 4ii !S3 .00. Monday 41.25 47 85 .00 1 Tuesday S'J. 4fi ' 3 .00' ** Prevailing direction of wind during the week «a* east. ... „ „ W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. REFORM IN LAND TRANFERS. The Hkrai.d has already calltd the attention of the legislature of this state to the advantages to accrue to t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 February 1892

Hjiet meeting ■ntle of Peace Has Fallen ■hi the City Solon*. ■ MADE OFFICIAL FAI'Elt I Attorney and Marshal Made —D .Street Will lte Opened nd Graded to Terrace. ial interested audience watched irations of the city father* last Weatherwax presided and all cihnen were present. The if the last meeting were read, ved, seconded by Thomas, that ts be made to read that DeLosh nated and elected water an per* instead of water commissioner, moved to amend that minutes iroved as read, which was sec- Linn. The first motion was and carried, 110 notice being the amendment, .-tewart ob d vote tvas reconsidered, and ken on the amendment. All ' but ctewart. I'revions motion II voting aye but otewart. The reie then adopted. linaiiee fixing the bonds of city vus agreed upon as ftHows: city attorney. $50,i0; marshal, leet commissioner, !|1K)0, water ndi'iit, *15j0; clerk, $Ijoo, and ley was instructed to present an ; to that effect on Friday, Feb ignation of Healih Officer Stapp ted. ports of treasuie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 February 1892

TEACHERS'MEETING Interesting Session of the County Teachers' Association. SCHOOL MARMS AND DOMINIES Various Metl&ods of School Teaching and Management Discussed—Next Meet ing to Be Held at Hoqulam. The Teachers' Association of Chehalis county met Friday evening at the liist Methodist church in this city, twenty-five members being in attendance. Quite a large audience was also present and by close attention manifested their interest in the advancement of school work. The chairman of the executive com mittee having resigned, and none of the members of that committee being pres ent, County Superintendent F. A. White called the meeting to order, and upon motion Professor J. C. Bryant, of Aber deen, was elected chairman. The program was opened by a pleasing vocal duet by Mesdames Wood and Bell, after which a prayer appro priate to the occasion was offered by Rev. Butler. The Misses Allen and Waid, of Hoquiam, then sang a charm ing duet. Mr. Jacob Weatherwax made an eloquent address o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 February 1892

Ri> of trade I to Arrange for Reception isiting Lumbermen. ON TO HARBOR TOWNS ns Failed Favoring the Increase Salaries of Inspectors of Hulls and Boilers. cial meeting of the Aberdeen rade last Thursday evening for Be of making suitable arrange r the reception and entertain tho Lumbermens' excursion 1 visit Grays harbor February illed to order by Vice-President who stated the object of the nd described the plans and pur ;he coming visitors. He spoke ossible benefits which might the city and county from this jloquently urged the citizens to rousing reception. y Mack read a letter from the of theo xcursion, detailing the which has already been ptib tlie Herald) and suggesting details for their entertainment ;d to by the board of trade. He a letter from Superintendent C. tendering the use on behalf of Harbor Commercial company, tmers Montesano and Chehalis rpose of conducting the excur -0 points of interest about the as received from Hoquaim that Der of commerce had appointed ee to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 February 1892

A GENERAL REVIEW COUNTY The Catholic church lots at Ocosta are being cleared, and a chinch building will be pul up as soon as the lots are ready. Mr. ft. M. l'rince, at .springer's mill, has started up a new industry, that of manufacturing bed springs.—Eltna Chron icle. The citizens of Cedarville offer a cash bo'ius for a chewing gum manufactory. A ready sale will be guaranteed on Johns river. Elma is having a hard time lighting her streets owing to the continual theft ol the street lamps. Another one was stolen last week. Pome of the young ladies are still wear ing cold sores, hut this is the season of the year when pretty girls are ppt to have chaps on their lips.—Pioneer. A bed of blue clay has been discovered in the hills near Gale City, which promises wonders in the manufacturihg of a splendid mineral plant.—Graphic. Gils Hilker and George Glander intend putiing up a building at the point in which they will conduct a grocer}' busi ness during the summer resort season.— Pioneer....

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