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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 February 1892

■ty council trtant Matters Have Disposed Of. FRANCHISE GRANTED tsmcnt Ordinance Passed— © Plugs For tho Out ng; Districts. Imet, pursuant to adjourn morningat 10 o'clock. The ! all present but Trask and I'roin the chamber of com ling the council to rent the chamber was laid on the Benn made a report of the le, which was filed. Stewart e report as indefinite and il not state to whom the ifild. Mr.- Benn paid the »!il to George Steer, of Chi di l not state whether for unt or for some other firm, a bill for $400 to which il objection as excessive for c. Mr. Benn said he could bonds at once for ninety -! advised to w/ut for higher i lie did, making a final y-seven and one-half cents, final'v referred. ented for moving dirt which ige Pearson's lot from side :reet was referred to the c:tv r advice as to the city's h bill for service amounting iduced to 48.33 and ordered Itorney was directed to ex- Ordinances and prepare i to such an conflict. ittee to whom was referred for appointment as ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 February 1892

TO DORIS. It, my Doris. I should find That yoa seem the least Inclined To explore the depths of Mind, Or of Art— Should socn (ancles ever wake. Understand without mistake. Though oar hearts (perhaps) might break, We most part. Td as soon your little head Should be lumbereO »p with lead As with learning, live or dead. And with brains. 1 hare really doted less On Its outline. I confess. Than the charming Nothingness It contains. Now, suppose by book or crook People try to make you look At some tiresome, crabbed book. Mind you don'tl If they blnt you ought to know Sophocles or Cicero. Bacon. Goethe or ttoussean. Say "I wont!" Do you tblnk tbe summer rose Ever cares or ever knows By what law she buds and blows On tbe stem? If tbe peacnes on the wall Mum by ijravitatlon (ail, Do you fancy It at all Troubles them? Then, as «un or rain is sent. And the widen hours are spent. Be unaxkumly content As a star Yes. be ever oI the (ew Neither critical nor blue. But be ]uwt the pertect Von Thai y...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 February 1892

individual had and waa wardrobe when entered the greatest imagina turned round been waiting for arrest yon, and with us!" nu overcoat, three summer other articles to and said. "Now, the bundle, and paces in front in the street you are my pris greatly alarmed he implicitly directions. Hut some distance round to see his guardian, the with the bundle Deacon. ■ sermon Rev. Mo- that if any they bad better miss hearing a amusement of old mail left his steps up the BtT old man by gi ring him in his ear ■>ugli to be heard "Brother B.! is going to tell a ■ keep better hours would be able to ■ church services." HlO caused an audi- pow In the cr.ses had not en- benediction was (Wis.) Coun- the stones from and fine res- contains hun- fossils, so that it that Paris, to- and quays, is ■ the shells of the his home on ■, but the WISE MAN ground, like the ■ lin Hoar. I electricity as ap ire increasing year s more acquainted rties. It is thought time till electricity on our railroads as ed to the ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 25 February 1892

ORDINANCES. ORDINANCE NO. 88. An ordinance grunting to the Aberdeen & Victoria Railway Company, ite succwsois and assigns, the right tc iav down, construct and operate a rail road, a r id the right to construct, main tain and operate a telegraph line, up on. over and across certain streets lughwavs, alleys and navigable waters In the city of Aberdeen, in Chehali county, Washington. The city council of the city of Aber deen do ordain as follows : Section. 1. That there be and then hereby is granted unto the Aber deen ifc Victoria Railway Company (t •corporation created and existing undei the laws of the state of Washington) iti successors and assigns, the right to laj down, construct, equip, maintain anc operate a sinjle or double track railroad to be operated by steam, tog> ther wit! all the necessary switches, sidetracks spurs, teririnal, dei>ot a.:d other ing facilities, with all other appliance! necessary for the operation of the same U|>on, along, over and across th...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 March 1892

OFFICIAL OIF TJECJEL! CITIT OIF 1 ABERDEECT. ■ COUNCIL About the Systems. HOSE TOWER far in Excess More Fire ■to order by Clerk H was elected teni- He mayor and Trask ■s held February 17, and adopted after been made. four arrests ■ig February; filed. was tiled. rants collected to read. Statement amounting to filed. LeLosh reported were using the for it. He time past the water system ■ water and paying ; that I,e off the water ■s join that system ■i turned it on ugain ; Mayor Weathei- and the mayor citv would give ■f four houses free lie the city collect said the agree the city and Weath city was to furnish with water at $300 rat ion of which all Weatherwax water over to the city, instructed to shut, for. May and otheis main to the hospital committee. Hut for sidewalk on France's addition, Hrted on by the coui- r ordered H. Doty and others to Hd build sidewalk on ■ street to the hospital Hrity attorney. ■s were allowed: Irworks supplies |44 07 I and printing 23 46 p 72 5u [repairs 6 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 March 1892

Trials of an Author. There came to a man who ha* had a •access in literature which we should envy did we not nil agree he deserves it, • lady who was neither yonng nor fair, - but who had the assurance of youth in combination with the obstinacy of ad vancing years. "1 have decided," she said to him, "that 1 must earn my living by writing poema 1 sent a poem to the Blank Magazine, and they returned it with a printed slip. Now, 1 want you to write to the editor, and tell him that he made a mistake.'' It naturally seemed to the author that he had to deal with a humorist or a mad woman: but the lady was certainly in earnest and apparently sane. He en deavored to show her that it was not his business to interfere with the decisions of the editors of magazines, who might be supposed to know their own business. The lady insisted, however, and in the end he was forced to decline point blank to do what she asked. Thereupon she turned upon him and declared that he was one of those who endeavo...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 March 1892

of the Lion of his own Shiraz, an old continually of the wind I was told, but I never was to be house by an and on sparrows about chat beaks as if en to understand but snake ad the birds traiue, out of to be and none Hy away. The but de- to his liking. buzzing annoy not wit hstand servants, some me that the the late mas- him a dose of four feet and extracted ten minutes' He bird got up, (lew away servant of my took away the uy own servants rk for h week. landlord, how i. he laughed, ited tue, saying snake had an- I never heard itimen Given. ly mistakes. The rush of present world's daily da table it does not rors for one. It rately. and many ioncerning which uibbling denials e true in their es -1 serve to throw of the subject, tal fame who had the [Jnion armies, ernor of his state listinction in con ne sensational but mblication. "This irer give me as au y deny your dis of the diplomatic story of deep in this to be traced tly deny any con my official signa n the lurch." iany years se...

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

Aberdeen ilvlUilu.. Thursday, - - Murcii 3. liistß ISSUED EVEKY THURSDAY BY — F. K. WALL, - - - Pkopkiktob W. A. Crandell, - Business Manager TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year. In advance . .. .. <2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., *1 second class mail matter. Weekly Meteororloglrnl Report U. S. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending We .n .sd»iy, Mar h 2,189*2. TEMPERATURE Y* 1 H I . -- 4, , £ * h 1 DATE. £ fc> r WEATHER. * g - U2 * " b. < m b R a £ | Thursday.. 4) 53 I 3 .00 Cloudless Kriday 40.75 52 41 .OS Cloudy Saturday 40 50 ; 4 .30 " Sundav 4725 52 42 .50 " Monday 41 54 I .10 Partly cloudy Tuesday 43 50 ; 3H .01 Cloudy Wednesday.. 43.25 52 ■84 .00 I '* Prevailing dire?tion of wind during the week was west. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. W I LI. OPEN NATURE'S STOREHOUSE. Three years ago the timber grew with in a mile of the water fronts of Seattle and Tacoma. Sin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 March 1892

■>ENINGS Rat- Hitizens. iIS OVER homas Mur suilding :es. noke issuing ?ar end of J. larmed the re" brought mste. The 0 water was linens. eing given a *tory to l>e tween Tew's ilroad dock trains start he steamer port teams. 8. •ompany, of he superior s for ship vn for two >f the Roy built here, to get any and conse be built at samples of were picked iles up the nples were at Tacoma, [lecimens of :oast, some as 63 per lecting will d consider e ledge will pi. ident of the , will be in 9, and will eting in the ! singer and ■est to her lied by her her mother 1 very pleas he guests of hile in the will be announced ■ popular lecturer, Hf Aberdeen for the ■ evening, March 4, Hi in common sense, ■ admittance will be It; Itoad Bon, to be presented ■ssioners, is being Bgned, taxpayers of Bion your honorable Bood and sufficient B city limits of the Bo follow the most Be Wishkah river to Bl from tho Grand Bth the Wynooohe Bur petitioners will ■ a single road, ex ■uiam, leading out of li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 March 1892

Gold In Alaaka. "My experience with Alaskan winters was rather disappointing." said a mem ber of the Alaskan boundary survey "The greatest degree of cold we expe rienced was 50 degs. below zero, and that was when Mr. Turner extended his trip north along the boundary line to the Arctic sea From what trailers and missionaries told us of previous years it would seem that the winters of 1889 lfeeo and 181)1 were exceptionally mild "Even at the low temperature of this region the growth of vegetation is sur prisingly rapiii. but as there are only three mouths of growing weather tliis can lie easily accounted for 1 found grasses six feet high along the Yukon and Porcupine lowlands—a more re markable fact when you consider that the Porcupine extends many tuiles above the Arctic circle There were also salm on berries, blueberries, currants and raspberries in profusion and hundreds of acres of cranberries Of the latter fruit the Indiaus store large quantities for winter food "When the work of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 March 1892

I 'Rom thence west to the center of Second street on the east side of ,T.?; of the town of Wishkah in the f, Aberdeen and following the conrws »„i distances thereof as slfown by the rec SSiKTiS? iKh^Ti'^ auditor of Chehalis county "vasMnlton® aa-ssr-'wa-aSffi city and over the streets herein named within six months from the date of the passage and publication of this ordinance and shall signify their acceptance thereof to be filed with the clerk'oUhe cUy of !. provided a!fi0 > that in fectM eront T* , Com^an - v shall se lect the route .iorth along the \\ ishkah Bha " haveariehtof way along thL°.,lL,'» B f r et - 8 !erein descri bed, from the place of beginning to the west end nLI ti" 16 . Bt ,™r et 2 and alon B River street, and the right of way over streets and al ' W f- 8t end of Hume street named in this ordinance, shall , evert to the city of Aberdeen. Seo. 2. That there be and hereby is granted to the said Ab. rdeen & Victoria Kail way company, its successors and as sig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 3 March 1892

A GENERAL REVIEW Fresh Pick-Ups From the County News Disseminator*. ONE WEEK IN THE WORLD Sittings of the State—Mining Excite ment at Mineral Creek at Fever Heat. COUNTY Montesano is to have a race track. H. M. Sutton has been appointed United States court commissioner at Montesano. Some peop'e say they never read their home paper. Neither does a clam !—Oak ville (ilobe. Montesano has laid an egg inches in circumference one way by 7% inches the other way. ■S. A. Estes, of Elma, will soon remove his saw mill from Mma to a point, about one mile east of . v atsop. Montesano is now in a fair way to have a shi gle mill if the necessary site can be Secured fur tlit business. Don't sav so-and-so is doing nothing to help the town until you can show that you are doing more than he. —Vidette. The force at work on the delinquent tax rolls for Treasurer Carter, expoct to have the work all completed by April 1. The ferry over the Chehalis at Cedar ville is again in operation, having been repaire...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 March 1892

official paper op the CITY OP ABERDEEIST. IJMBLES North. COMING IN Papers Have Becoming Road. By Cochran have to Victoria & Vic- will not re- week. The with the men of capital the bright pros- of the are very elose- details of the of the interest capitalists in railway pro- of attention issue of the following ar- of a party of city, in th? I railroad men the Aberdeen They are ■ Bonn and W. P. visit is to con- find what in- the company facilities. to take is not a party was from Aberdeen. ■ all those many Pacific, and witf From the sixty miles. finest agricul in the world. It a population in purely agri- road will pass countrj right, so as to either Port Cre£- H The gentlemen ■ when they leave matters, which is will be enor ■>ut through there. bulk of the trade ■ the state will nat- K, while that of the The Northern Ho Aberdeen, and Victo- B and better route than she ever tader, in shaking iject says: dly stated, in print, Victoria R. It. Co. conjunction with nilway enterprise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 March 1892

The Kinuinh Un|BA|e. That strange and difficult tongue, which is supposed to have once em braced the greater part of north eastern Europe, is now practically re stricted to a remote and sparsely populated province of the Russian empire and, despite the factitious support accorded to it in the past by the Russian government, its area seems to be steadily if slowly reced ing. Nor is this at all surprising when we come to examine the lan guage itself. Finnish grammar is of a difficulty absolutely repulsive. None of the other languages of the same group is half so hard. Hun garian—nay, even Turkish, despite the vexatious initial impediment of the Arabic alphabet—is easy in com parison. The syntax is at once provokingly elaborate and perplexingly obscure. It possesses fifteen distinct cases and four and twenty differentiated infin itive forms, but on tho other hand there is no real distinction between aouns, adjectives, adverbs, preposi tions, infinitives and participles, so that the stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 March 1892

IS OWN MONEY. Ciinuged a Good ••veiling Tears. unied upon early All of them had each of them had bank account in ning money and le to time. ime in my life," hat I had money e it, was when I mough and hard I was justified in was considerable Years before this wt little account s bank. When I sits they were not not frequent, but them month by year, and in time : for something, owed myself the ring a single cent t even when I felt ao of the keenest fid to swagger up ig bank some of spend it. I had hieh 1 had set foi . and had ceased 1 was perfectly C money remain ne when I was to it. I looked over sady to turn them ml that 1 should rst savings bank, i. But I marched id myself at the been there for a frown up. I had beard, and I was :h6 boy who had e as a man well thing I was asked my signature. 1 sarned to write it , with a slap dash d at me scrutiniz ed me to write it off another. He neand came back ating smile, are not the same,' ttl I'm the same,' tow that?'he said, smile. pect, do ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 March 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday, • - March ,10 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WALL, - - - " Proprietor NV. A. Crandell, - Business Manager terms op subscription: One year, In advance 12 00 Six months ] 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., *8 second class mail matter. Weekly Metenrorlugieal Report V> H. Weather liureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Tuesday, Mar h 8,1892. TEMPERATURE ! HI * r. 2 DATE. WEATHER. v* X ~ d< * " W < — *£ x r. x £ Wednesday.. 43.75 55 32 .00 I'ftrt 1 v cloudy Thursday." 47.25 53 41 .28 (Cloudy Friday 41 50 38 .01 Partly cloudy Saturday.. 475 51 44 .07 Cloudy Sunday 47 50 44 .08 " Monday 41>.25 52 4i> .55 " Tuesday 48 52 140 .001 " Prevailing direction of wind daring the week was west. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. A HOWMNG DIVINE. The Albert Lea (Minn.) . Enterprise of February 25 prints a scuri ilous communi cation under date of February 11, from J. R. Colley...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 March 1892

OPENINGS fpostle Rattling chus. IS RECEPTION )eath of an Es 'apers to Se her News. IKental Vessels. [is in receipt of a (solid silver sacra [ of Christ church, le vessels, consist ed ice, and pat in, it time at the early I Friday morning. r the Medal. receipt of a letter lllen. enclosingin- Imball, super inten kes life-saving ser- Lof preparing the f secure for Mrs. lasury department The papers have t White. But. ile sixty-inch saws, rcnlar and a gang mill turned out in Saturday, the enor et, all boards ex x!4. This perfor :r the direction of I', and beats any :ie same machinery Ed goods at the Company. ■atiuii were filed as Anti-Profanity : Aberdeen, with ,000. The officers" the inventor) presi ax, vice-president; cretary and treas has already sold tion in California, »r$5o00; Wiscon , for $3500; and a the company for has gone East to Chicago and Pitts ure of the castings, template the early foundry at Aber ise and other light las Said b worth more than tyrs." Perhaps all b, but al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 March 1892

ELECTROCUTING RATS. Cincinnati Hempr Boy* Have Lota of Fan with Rodent*. "Hurry up and say whatch yer want; I wanter get back to th' office an seeder electricution." This was the half shouted, half gasped excla mation of a tiny messenger boy the other morning as he answered the ring from a restaurant, where a party -of sons of Belial were holding forth. He was wanted to call a hack, and upon receiving his fee danhed out into the rain. Followed to the office on Vine street a fellow night hawk intruded upon the company that had gathered to witness the solemn event. The long legged night clerk, a stu dent of applied electricity, was the warden of the make believe peniten tiary where the legal murder was to take place. In due time, which was after "Smittie" had returned after steer ing the hackman, the condemned criminals were brought out and the "live" wires made ready. The doom ed were two in number, and were fine, well fed rota that had been en snared into an old rusty trap by using ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 March 1892

fair, swept spray. golden hair lay; glad young sky, hours went by. and sweet, hand in hand, through a plea* we slug, our echoes ring. clear; * * we pause for end is near. and we smile at of the morning day's dreams. Pittsburg Bulletin. In Silver. let pipes used ap- of clay, with mouths. B«w stronger and something be required, under the are some- as inter past. Aubrey, "The Eng- pipes, but use of walnut ■ have heard my ■it one pipe was ■> man round the thirty-five years Ha divine to take sold for it» heard some neighbours say to market they shillings to tobacco; now are the greatest All the Year lodern Drama. e London Play- Lay evening was ng. Mr. R. Jope mventionality in at plea for good. I notions, as op the hour. Mr. rray, the ehair atdon which con- II dealt blows at ing gentleman." •emembered was irable sentence: 5, "phases of life hich the drama ling to do. Any ild not possibly xed company in 0 be dramatized ipany in public." Review. hing Else. »t car was being ilong at a spe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 March 1892

ROUND THE COUNTY items of Interest Gathered from Various Sources. ANOTHER NEWS DISSEMINATOR Gold Excitement Rife—Q. A. R. Want Grounds—Other Notes of Importance. COUNTY The Ocosta postoffice is now a money order office. Democratic primaries will be held Mav 14, and the county convention May 21. The Montesano Democratic club has recommended Editor Hader for county organizer. The |ietition for a bridge over the Chehalis at Wynooche has about four hundred signatures. Levi Shurlock, of Copalis, was exam ined last Wednesday, for a pension, by the examining boaid. H. P. Weyer writes from Tumwater that his company wiil locate their shingle mill at Porter.—Vidette. S. M. Heath, Esq., is a candidate for nomination for the office of county attor ney.—Hoquiam Tribune. The railroad station at Montesano was burglarized last week to the tune of $78. The safe was blown open. The Hoquiam Dramatic club has a new play in preparation with which it pro poses to delight the people soon. Chester 11. Warn...

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