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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 February 1892

■IL MEETINGS leatherwax May Have to Resign. ■lOND ORDINANCE PASSKD Bert to Be Grafted—Petition* walk* Granted—Water en to Be Revised. TING FRIDAY NIOIIT. il present; Mayor Weather- No. 67, regulating official sail and passed under sus e rules. official bonds were accepted al of city attorney : - hal —signed by G. Weather- Hopkins, E. C. Finch, O. L. le France, Wm. Angtie, J. Redinger. missioner—signed by S. C. N. G. Kaufman. —signed by B. J. Garman, F. E. Jones, George Nelson, ell. ney—signed by W. P. Book, ,A. Dreyer, Clias. Fish, J. d Redinger, Charles R. Bell, and contract of the Herald e city printing was likewise twithstanding the fact that its had been drawn by the on of Frank E. Jones, et al, on north side of G street to street and alley commit d alley committee reported d more time for estimates for improvement, which was illogg requested the city to put boxes on F, street to Wish >r that he might do some fill- Street. commissioner was in put in the boxes. )f John C. Pear...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 February 1892

LUMBER IN BCRMAH. Teak Sold hy the I'ouncl —Ele- phant* do all the Hauling. W. S. Patterson nut in the office of the Journal a little while ago and told about sawmilling at the absolute end of the earth. Mr. Patterson was engaged in circumnavigating the globe at the time, and had stopped in the Journal office to rest. Mr. Patterson is an Englishman, a tall man with auburn whiskers. He wore a blue f-erge suit, and an Across- Africa-with-stanley hat. He said that he was iu the United states to see the venerable Alexander Rogers, of Muske gon, and to further examine into our sawmill methods. That he had been obliged to shut his mill down any way because they had lost their edgerinan on account of gluttony, and the entire crew had gone into the jungle to catch another one. Mr. Patterson is active manager of a sawmill at Rangoon, liurmah, East Indies about one hundred miles from Calcutta. They run their mills all the year round in that land, where there is an annual rain fall of 120 inch...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 February 1892

E MILIXIA. d the Part it Would Play Jnse of War. legal duties to th e Stat militia has a well-defined litary policy which has jntury of experience, and t prescribed in any stat ermanently established, imprises, first, a small iaid in the settlement of >v affording protection to serve as a training ;ers, and to provide a arge armies necessary in ;o nd, the militia to aid ies in maintaining order, ecoadary training-school to act at decisive points of hostilities; third, large iteers, enlisted for the ar, officered principally r army and the militia, i fall the hard fighting of b conquering of a. peace, exclusion of the regular ilitia. ihows that this military ias replaced the method i an unorganized militia I such disaster in the war adapted to our situation uts, and it is approved lout dissent. In two of wars each of the three ■egulars, the militia and performed its allotted part, regular army sustained ie fighting, but it was insiderable body of volun uena Vista and elsewhere [al...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 February 1892

Aberdeen henna. Thursday, • - February 11,1K92 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY r. R. WALL, - - - Proprietob \V. A. CRANDELL, - BOSINESS MANAGER TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION : One year, In advance . . .. 12 Jj® Sl* months 1 J® Three months .... "> Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., M second class mall matter. Weekly MetenrorlofcJcal Report U. S. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Wednesday, February 10,1892. TEMPERATURE f * a 5 DATE. g g S WEATHER. V 5 *M - 5 < " S5 M w< £ g a a x t, Wednesday.. 87.5 46 29 .00 Partly cloudy Thursday.. 40 49 81 .00 " Friday 39.5 60 29 .00 Cloudless Saturday 38 43 83 .15 " Sunday 40 47 33 .00 Monday 43.5 47 40 .70 Cloudy Tuesday 47 50 44 1.4 " Prevailing direction of wind during the week was east. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. THE SCHOOL QUESTION AGAIN. The school question in not n dead issue by any means. The school board has changed the plans of the echoolhouse to make the cost co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 February 1892

IfTS FRANCHISE Bierdeen & Victoria Railway nance Before the Council. Vbtv-foot might of way tdlnance in Full an Introduced Bead at Last Meeting; of the City Council. nance granting to the Aberdeen Victoria Railway Company, its BBots and assigns, the right to awn, construct and operate a rail and the right to construct, main md operate a telegraph line, np ,ver and across certain streets, i highways and navigable waters e city of Aberdeen, in Chehalis ;y, Washington. :ity council of the city of Aber > ordain as follows: ion. 1. That there be and there is granted unto the Aber- Viotoria Railway Company (a ition created and existing uiv!<t ,•8 of the state of Washington) its lors and assigns, the right to lay construct, equip, maintain and > a single or double track railway, perated by steam, togi tlier with necessary switches, sidetracks, terminal, depot a .id other operat ilities, with all other appliances arv for the operation of the same, along, over and across the str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 February 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. When I have fears that I may cease to be Before my pen has gleaned my teeming brain. Before high-pited book*, iu cbaract'ry Hold like rich garnet* the full-ripened grain ; When I behold, npon the night's starr'd face, Huge cloudy symbols of a high romance. And think that I may neTer live to trace Their shadows, with the magic hand of chance; And when I feel, fair creature of the hour; That 1 shall never look npon thee more, Never have relish in the fury power Of unreflecting love- then on the shore Of the wide world I stand alone, and think Till Love and Fame to nothingness do sink. —J. Keats. If we would we cannot forget the young American story-writer who died in Dresden last month, F. Wolcott Bales tier, The work that he left which has been published since his death increases the admiration and respect that his writ ings command and adds poignancv to re gret at his early death, caused, as it was, so laigeiy by overwork. Balestier had published two novels before ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 February 1892

x THE COMMON LAW. Ruling That Ceremony Is Not Neoemry to M»rri»ff. Lichtenberg, of the King county ;id<*d Friday in the case involv pute over the settlement of the H. C. McLaughin, that in this re may be a marriage under the law without any formal solem of the union. The evrdence in which was heard on Thursday, show that the woman claiming ■Laughin's widow was married to 887 while she had a husband She afterward secured a divorce r husband and continued to live iLatighin, although no other mar ■emony wasever performed. They n orally believed to be man and rday moriiing Norman P. Hessel i attorney representing McLaugh lghter and opposing the claims of > known as Mrs. McLaughlin, ar • case before Judge Lichtenberg. d his argument on a statute of (e, which prescribes by whom rhat way marriages may be sol- I, maintaining that there can, e, be no marriage unless there is nization of it conducted by some authorized. Judge Lichtenberg, r, construed the law differently, that in the ab...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 11 February 1892

A GENERAL REVIEW A Batch of Interesting County News Nuggets. DOINGS OF WASHINGTON STATIC A ICrview t>f General flapi»eningft About the I'nlveisc as Selected by the Seifts«»rs 31 an. COUNTY A newspaper will coon lie established at Westport. Theie arc at present but two inmates of the county jail. There are now three inmates of the county poor house. The Knights of l'ythias, of Elma, will celebrate the anniversary of the organ ization of that order, on the 19th inst. Bishop Morris, of Portland, is raining a purse of $100 for Airs. Edward White, whom he designates as the "Grace Dar ling of the Pacific Coast." A man named Joe Butler accidentally shot himself through the head on Tues day while hunting near Cheuois creek. He died in twenty minutes. Captain DeCourcey has the plan and specifications completed for the elevated roadwav and bridge from Paine's point (old Bay City) to Laidlaw on the road from Ocosta to the beach. A committee has been appointed tocol le,-t statistics and form...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 February 1892

I «! CIL MEETINGS lilroad Ordinance Vari ously Amended. Benty FEET IS ASKED FOR F& Cook Are Settled With an<l Mat the City Own* its Waterworks. of a lively discussion on railroad franchise drew a to the city council chambers despite tho fact that the holding a powwow in an for the purpose of organizing club. Mayor Wcatherwux all the fathers were present The minutes were r»ad attorney reported on the rail nance recommending that a for beginning work, that the to tweiity feet and the be made so as not to interfere Htr mains. granting a franchise to & Victoria railroad was by Thomas and seconded that the ordinance pass to sec- by section. All aye. by request of the fire de that the city council provide a fire alarm and reconi- purchase of an alarm bell. suggested hanging the bell on bridge. one of the railroad ordinance by abandoning the route Wm from the Wishkah north on B ■Broiiglt Highland Home addition, making the line run north street, in Jorth Aberdeen, street to Thirt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 February 1892

YOUR GAIN. What have yoa done today . . . Hut Kjm marie life worth IMv What have you giren »»»r That was full worth the liilatf What hare you won of fofct. Or what of hope and joyiag. That you for aye most hold Beyond Time's rwift Aestrayiagt Hare you helped bear a load. She far too great tot bnring, Along life's rocky road. Where rich and poor are fhilßflf Hare you Ihe lamp of light la error's dark dob lighted? Aad kept your wsapons bright Where wrongs vers to be lighted? Ban you moved fna the wnf The stone whereon you stumbled. Lest feet that follow may By it. like yours. be bambiedf Where faint words sought the light. And died for lack of credence. Bare yours for truth aad right Had no oneertaia cadence? Bare ynu to those that grieve Your tear of sorrow given? Or led. 'twist morn and eve. One weak soul nearer hearea? Then count your work well done, Heed nut the worldly scoffer. That ;>oint.s to coin unwdn. Hid iu tho great world's coffer. Each smile, each word, each deed. Each...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 February 1892

0N an old woman singing. Sweet are the songs that I have heard From green boughs and the building bird; yrom children bubbling o'er with tune While sleep still held me half In swoon; And surly bees hummed everywhere Their drowsy bass along the air; From hunters and the hunting horn Before the day star woke the morn; from boatmen in ambrosial dusk, \nhiere, richer than a puff of musk, the blossom breath they drifted through Fell out of branches drcnched with dew. And sweet the strains that come to me When in great memories I see ill that full throated quiring throng Qo streaming on the winds of song; Her who afar in upper sky Bounded the wild Valkyrie's cry. With golden clash of shield and spear, Singing for only gods to hear; And her who on the trumpets blare Sane "Angels liver Bright and Fair,* 1 Her voice, her presence, where she stood. Already part of angelhood. But never havo I heard in song Sweetness and sorrow so prolong Their being—as hushed music rings Along vibrating silver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 February 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday, • - February 18,1892 IBSUKD KVEKY THURSDAY BY *f, R. WALL, * • PROPRIETOR W. A. Cbandell, • Business Manaoer TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION I One year, iq advance 12 UO Six months ] 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash,, „«• seoond class mail matter. Weekly Metenrorlofctcal Report IT. 8, Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Weun. sday, February 17,189;!. TEMPERATURE * I * x 2 DATE. g B r WEATHER. ** * s 5« z £ K< - 5 _* JL — ™ Wednesday.. 47 80 44 1.4 Cloudy Thursday.. 43 5'J 4o .18 Friday 47.5 58 42 .17 Saturday. 41 50 82 .00 Partly loudy -Sunday. 40 47 8i .32 Cloudless Monday 40.5 40 ' B'J .0.)! Partly cloudy Tuesday 8J 48 80 .001 " Prevailing direction of wind during the week was west. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau observer. COUNCIL AND ORDINANCE. The city council considered »t length the railroad ordinance, and after three hours spent in wtei-tlirtg succeeded iti adopting several ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 February 1892

Ebbxcoksionisis Irangements Completed for Their Entertainment. ■ gala way on the hakbor t Party T» k * to the Water at Mo™te „no Vl'lt »>® Whole Harbor and F«««t at Hoquiam. Che various committees on the recep „ of the visiting lumbermen have been Klut work all week arranging the va -08 details of the program laid out for . enteitaiument of our guests of today, jmp to the time of going to press have npleted all the details and arrange >ntß „f the itinerary as follows: Hteamer City of Aberdeen will w Hoquiam at 8 and Aberdeen at 3j». in, meeting the excursion train at jßie*an'o at. M :3) a. ni. F-om there ( loiiovving time table has been ar nge<l. Montepano, 10:30 a. m. Arrive Coemopolis, 11:3) a. in. ]>>ave Cosmtipolifj 1-:15 !'• ">• Arrive Aberdeen, 12:3) p. m. j,.»va Aberdeen, 1:30 p. m. Arrive Ocosta 'i :45 p. m. Arrire Hoq'iiam. 5 p. in. A bounteous lunch will be served on jenteamer eiiroute. Alter viewing the city the party will tpairto the Hotel Hoquiam where...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 February 1892

HAD HE MADE A MISTAKE Mr. Horseley, at the breakfast table, was reading the stock quotations to bis wife, who always took an affectionate, If vague, interest in his business. Sud denly, as his eye roved over the paper, it lightened. "Ahal good! Listen to this, Kitty: i 'The alumni of the class of '65' (my class, you know, twenty-five years back) 'will ; hold a reunion at the university next month. There will be a banquet, speeches, etc.' Well," folding the paper, "I'm glad of that. I shall like to see the boys again. Some of them have "been very successful." "None more than yourself, John." "No, probably not." The rich banker nodded thought fully ; he was not a purse proud man. Still, he had given twenty years of his life to money making, and naturally he fully appreciated the value of money. "I've not done badly," he said. "There's Tom Hare, too, Tom is head of the largest wheat syndicate in Illi nois, and Caridon —he is president of a railroad. Duinont is a United States judge, ve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 February 1892

pBRAL REVIEW the CouDty Papers are SsyiflS of the Folks. |~N G » "O* BTATK PAP,t,,B t„ com" 1». Tld * Oo " °" t; sun ThW to Writ# About. COOHTV Odd Fellows lodge will soon he ta rt at Oakville. Otkville Globe is agitating the m of incorporating the town. oyement is said to be on foot to lie and operate the MonteMino mill ty. citizens of Montesano have sub j gbont $40 per month toward the it of their brass band. toinKirkaldie has taken charge of amerTillie, making regular trips bot ,_Washingtnnian. asiness mens' club has been formed ntesano for social intercourse and lce ment of the city's interests. icounty commissioners are looking jdifferent proposed sites for a bridge itlieCbehtilis river near Elma. i friends of W. M. Jackins will be (d to learn that he has fallen heir to 10, the bequest of a deceased uncle. We. (county commissioners have award econtract for building a bridge over [oquiam river to F. L. Thurbet ami Hanson for $315. .have reliable information that one r respected ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 18 February 1892

BOARD OF TRADE A Large Meeting Discusses the Railroad Ordinance. RESOLUTIONS FAVOR FRANCHISE The Board Reorganize* as a Chamber of Commerce With a Large Membership. The public meeting of the ciMzens, under the auspices < f the board of trade, Thursday evening demonstrated to a cer tainty that the proposed Aberdeen & Victoria railroa. was a matter of great interest. At an early hour all the avail able chairs at the board of trade room were occupied and soon standing room was at a premium. The publication by the Hkkald <>( the ordinance in full as pre sented to the council, together with a roup showing the light of way asked for, had been eagerly scanned during the day by the citizens and all were prepared to talk understandably on the subject. Vice President D. Allen called the meeting tu older and called on Eugene France, secretary of the railroad com pany, to state to the meeting the objects and aims of his corporation. He ex plained that »he company did not desire a p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 February 1892

.VI. E EXCURSIONISTS tlly Entertained by the Peo ple of Grays Harbor. ■xIGHTFUL DAY SIGHT SEEING tißitors Are Astonished at Our Pro its, Facilities and Resources— he Banquet and Who Attended. Kt Thursday was a gala day for Grays Hor and the people turned out en ■o to do honor to the Mississippi val- Humher excursionists. The air was hut somewhat minty in the morn- Hbut as the day w ore on tlie sun dis- Hed the clouds and gave the visitors a Hview of the Harnor and the Olympic Hntains in their snowy coats. The ■ of Aberdeen, gaily decked with flags, from ilcquiam at 8:3') a. m. liav- H>n board the Hoqniam members «>f Hption committee. The Ocosta dele ■>i)g arrived on th;T' piioon and with- Hurtlier incident the steamer pro- Hed to Montesano, picking up C. F. Hte at Coßmopolis. The reception Hmittee consisted of: J. Me wart, K. Habney, W. B. Mack, Geo. P. Allen, Finch, W. E. Keyes,. D. Allen, G. HlVyman, A. D. Wood, J. A. llood, J. Hluling, J. A. Tuft, O. M. Kellogg, He. Youn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 February 1892

HYDROPHOBIA A FAKE. SO SAYS SUPERINTENDENT HAN KINSON, OF THE A. 8. P. C. T. A. Ha Know* » Good Deal About Dogs and Doesn't Heller* That Hsu/ of Thens Oo Mad—Hydrophobia la Imagination, j Soma or Bis Experiences With Cases. , "Can a man scare himself to death after having been bitten by a dog which isn't mad?" 1 asked Superintendent Han kinson. of the American Society for the [Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, one day. as he sat in his little office on Twen ty-second street. Mr Uankinson is a good natured looking man with reddish hair, who is afraid of nothing and nobody: certainly not of hydrophobia quacks. "Why, certainly," he said, with de cision. "That man down in Asbury Park who was bitten by a cat was scared to death. He never had hydro phobia. He died of nervous prostration brought on by worry over an imaginary danger. His friends were all pitying him and hoping he wouldn't die, and phrophesying that he would, and he was a man of nervous temperament, as edu cated people somet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 February 1892

HERO FOR A DAY. ■hort, bright career of gen. K-urner ash by, c. s. a. ilble Itival of Stuart au<l ail Einu of Forrest —Hi* Kxplolts In tlio amloah Valley, Ending In Uis h in a Skirmish. ght, ltW-, by American Press Associa tion. Book rights reserved.] SIIIiY'S light went out forever just as "Jeb" Stuart's dazzled all the land with its brilliancy. On June ti, 1862, the ' dashing Murat, of the Shenandoah va 11 ey, tumbled from liis saddle a dead kin;,', and six days later the trumpet note that Rounded "Boots and Saddles" for Stuart's romantic -■•'w oiu;wi m romantic round tlio Army of the Potomac oil ninsula heralded a new king. These pical sons of chivalry—chivalry that o myth—were fated rivals at one if the war. Both had taken active a that tr.uric preliminary of the con ;he Harper' 4 ferry episode of IST.O— tasmi oflicvr of the United States and Ashby as captain of a company iinteer cavalry. ;hat time subsequent events in the Dfcach were molded. Another vol ir commander of Virgi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 February 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday, - - February 26,1HH2 ISSUED EVEKY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, - - - Propriktor W. A. Crandell, - Business Manager terms or subscription: One year, in advance f2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., its second clans mail matter. HILL'S CANDIDATURE. Now that the Democials of New Y<,rk have spoken through the regular ami lawful channels appointed for party ex pression, and the Hon. D. IS. Hill is formally presented to his fel'ow Demo crats of the United states as ill" choice of the Democrats of the Ernpir • state for president, the question oefore the coun try becomes one of yeas and nays, for whoever is preferred over this nomina tion must beat Mr. Hill. There aie thousands of Democrats who, recognizing the hopelessness of the case, may consent to the loss of Cleveland, but they will not accept Mr. Hill. The transition i* too abrupt., the wrench is too violent. At the most or at t...

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