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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 March 1892

IiPMENT r Be Chosen Itia Camp. W OFFICERS ESurf Bathing, Bious Clams ins Oflered. jproaches the ite begin to } time when ew days be he accoinpany of martial life. ield,and when, smen's mouth, sunshine and long for the time it aside and life the service of IH the coal mines ■ The year before at American talk has been of holding on the home at doe's not enthusiasm on file of the two Hiey see enough of day, and want there is some- to be Hweek Lieutenant Himpuny, this city, ■ the part of the Haent, and made a Hext encampment Her&on's point, at Interest at Hroposition and by Hn has agreed to H of the location, He grounds and its Hampment of the Hen will visit the Hrview the people Bta desired by his ■ treasurer of the Bipany, was iuter ■epurter concerning H en t on the Point, Kite company will Bcotne the guards- Bttch, and if they ■everything in our Stay on the beach Id or three perfectly ftul containing from Bach which would ■e grounds, if they w way just let us Kind we will make Id...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 March 1892

A Ma|* of Dollar*. 01 O. Ricker, chief clerk of the St lionia rabtreasury; B. C. Farrar, the re ceiving teller, and K. M. Miller, the watchman of the Tsajt, were standing in a group just inside the ponderous doom and beside several immense rows of silver dollars which were piled to the ceiling of the vaults in canvas bags, each containing $1,000 and weighing about sixty pounds. Suddenly Mr. Ricker noticed a slight bulging movement of the center of the outside row of heavy sacks, and realiz ing in a second what was about to oc cur, he sprang to the opposite side of the vault, at the same time shoving his com panions away from the falling mass of silver. Mr. Farrar fell in one corner out of harm's way, while Mr. Miller was fortunate enough to lodge in the passage room between tho smaller vaults, which is at the farther end of the silver room Mr. Bicker's action was none too early, for in the twinkling of an eye nearly <50,000 pounds of silver were piled four feet deep on the spot w...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 March 1892

Baleld*. looked as a rival to walked into to look at a weapon of if the price being told that storekeeper to the weapon in will shoot pay for it." weapon," ■o bet yon the six inches replied tbe said Canon shopkeeper had placed the sent a bullet a note ad " It said wedded wealth Which is Fadu A short time of his engage beautiful girls wealthier suitor she had heart Tribune Prevail. to any one who events and that the popu H will be the regn quarter mile rail road of good elastic All of the races are because specta on. and the is reduced is no use of the trotting resort for the Hie unless tiottiug a track and m can get — Turf. Field Scotland. mice plague on which has done pasta rage The destroyed, not been left no alternative number ot them elsewhere two-thirds ol farms will have the oatlook foi Farmers nnam plague to the de- of the weasel other natnrai to the fact that from burning — London Let Train. train that has for the German Prussian ezchequei is composed ot by corridors on a st...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 March 1892

__ % Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - March 17, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - - - PKOPHIETOR W. A. CRANDELL, ■ BI'RINEKH Manaukk TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance 12 00 dlx months . I 00 Three months 75 Advertising rat«s on application. Entered at the postofllce at Aberdeen, Wash., fts second class mall mutter. Weekly MetenrorlogtcM Report U. S. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Tuesday, Mar h 15, 1892. TEMPERATURE * I 5 I » I S! H DATE. » ° 2 WEATHER. is -21 2 e 2< £ £ * 2L.JL JL 1 Wednesday.. 53 65 I 4i .00 cloudless Thursday.. 57.5 69 It; .0:1 I'lirtlv cloudy Friday 49.2> 54 44 .Oil Partly cloudy Saturday.. 52.75 58 47 ,20 Cloudy Sunday 54 58 50 .25 1 " Monday 53 52 fil .00 " Tuesday 56 52 47 .00 Partly cloudy Prevailing direction of wind during the week south and west. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. GBAYS HARBOR CENTENNIAL. The proposed celebration on May 7, of the centennial of the discovery of Grays harbor is meeting ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 March 1892

IHned at the ■City. H>US OFFER ■ the Counoil Hd—More His. Herman, Hood, Has and Trask les of last reg- H were read and I T. Dabncy had ken the ueo of Bitil April 1, and Ben he heard the Bill for $50. let of Mason & ■ew hose house, Bnan F. Babcock Be read and ap knt the city tax w to be recorded Ben that the bill, lusl be paid rash Ihe be allowed to ftt warrants and Irawn so that he pes with them; lere received for I city lot: Mason bs., $72.50. Bid lepted, and Taft I the work. I Kaufman and bo feet of burned It Aberdeen and id street commin ute same. pned that she be ii lot 6, block B, r the unexpired The question of ng licenses from om place to place and on motion of rejected, all ayes I a proposi ■ rooms in rear of He proof vault for Hwo mouths given H*o years. Thomas ■standing was had Hlmen that if the H;e vault the couu- Hu'ir rooms when Bd to kno»v how it Hft'ere pledging the Hn the interest of ■Trask moved that Hpted. Horn! stated Hkwis of the cham- H>e council gave ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 March 1892

Agalnit Fog and Smoko. Movements are on foot in various quarters having for their object the abatement of the smoke and fog nui sance. The London fogs which de scend upon the town are bad enough, but are made almost unbearable to the healthiest and most robust people by smoke. Some extraordinary facts were elicited at the interview granted on Sun day by the lord mayor to a deputation from South Wales which wanted to in troduce anthracite coal for house par poses. It was shown that the coal was largely used in Paris, Berlin and other Continental and American cities which enjoy an atmosphere absolutely pure compared with London's The deputa tion held that anything tending to abate the fog nuisance should be given a fair trial Sir John Puleston, who introduced the deputation, said that there were 700,000 houses in London and 1,500,000 chim neys. On a cold day about 40,000 tons of coal were consumed, emitting 480 tons of sulphur His argument was that anthracite coal was cleaner and chea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 March 1892

terminating U»o rood Slab. he cupidity of the fisherman on the Atlantic coast is rapidly y every kind of sea food upon which the people have been accustomed to relv The complaints of the men who control the fish markets are long and load that the supply of fish is much lea for this season than it was the last The lobster ? n the Main ® coast are all closed, and one has to go down as far east as Prince Edward island to find a lobster with a shell on his back at a price. The herripg factories have be gun to exhaust the immense schools of herring that gather around Grand Ma nan and work their way into the Bay of Fundy IB ii the states ■riving such ■ as may be K* for harbor Kid monitor ■ her useful nay be seen ■rets These Bit from that ■order to em w serve as an Kt after all ■ays, how in pot and shell b it does not ■her a giant ■hoisted with Be same, and lit we were lou, of thoae Kir charges in Lit for every ■d of powder I beiug tired ler; today we [powder two fh guns of the pket's neig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 March 1892

'ROUND THE COUNTY Fresh Pick-Ups From the County News Disseminator^. MANY MINING CLAIMS FILED Medal For Mrs. White—Poison Not a Candidate—Sale of the Hunt Road—Fire at Ocosta. COUNTY. Work nas begun on the Montesano race track. Porter has now a shingle mill and box factory ready for business. county commissioners have decid ed there is urgent need of a roadway and bridge across the narrows of South bay. If you can't speak a good word for your town keep your mouth shut, it is the peo ple whoareat fault, not the town. —Elrna Chronicle. Mr. Painter, of Chehalis, spoke on temperance at Cosmopolis two evenings last week and secured about 100 signers to the pledge. The resignation of F. K. Bankhage as justice of the peace for Grays Harbor precinct has been accepted by the county commissioners. Miss Ellis, of Aberdeen, was in the city Wednesday making application for citizenship papers, she bfeing a Canadian by birth.—Vidette. The county j s building a seventy-five foot bridge across the J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1892

■CONVENTION I Meet and Elect Del eattle Convention. BARELY AVERTED es Against Other Har- But the North Side ;s Her Out. an county convention to ;s to the state convention t eight delegates to the tion to nominate'a piesi e was held in the opera sano last Saturday after u was called to order by of the county committee, icofield and J. M. Gill>e r t mporary chairman and , Hood, of Aberdeen, J. F. iam, S. W. Smith, of Cos- Sackett, of Elma, and W >ntesano, were appointed n credentials, and G. H. . White and M.J. Coeh nted as committee on per ization. A thirty-minute taken. imbling the credentials rted no contests, and upon idatiou persons from jnre eaented were given seats tion. The temporary or then made permanent, moved that the delegates n Elma, Montesano, Cos leen, Hoquiam andOcosta. Dved to am-nd by substi- River for Ocosta. G. H. id to elect two delega'es missioner's district. Bush ig the largest vote laid in f the county and it should epresentation. Much dis sd, and upon s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1892

Chett by Telephone. A novel use of the telephone has been made in England on the occasion of a chess match between the British Chess club in London and the Liverpool Chess club. Ail the moves were made by tele phone. the transmitter having a nickel plated mouthpiece and being of the .granular type, which is specially fitted for long distance talk. Two games were played simultaneously, the first being lost by the London clnb. and the second, which lasted more than seven hours, be ing a draw A very amusing incident happened when London, at 7 p. m., proposed an adjournment of the game over the din ner hour, and board No. 2 at the same time offered a draw Both offers were declined by Liverpool with thanks, an answer which was received with shouts of laughter by the members of the Lon don club, who had mustered in great force for the occasion. "We heard you laugh," was the mes sage sent at once by the Liverpool men. tnnrh to the amnsement of the London andience At the conclusion of the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1892

I Br Rabbit* Hire ever engaged Kbits as a party of Har Homer partici- Htly Kit large game and ■shooting chickens ■fanners pass away ■gantry days by or ■rties. which enter ■> which party will Hie by a given time. Btion hunts are be ■ of different neigh borhood "honor" is nn try Bit was made by two Bring near Homer, ■the ntimber of men nut of game bagged, Ire in the neighbor ing There was one Ive men and another I All had to have •'clock in the even men started in quest lore daylight. "And k in from the high tor when the count puing one party had [while the other had kntal of 1,159. |br was spread that * defeated party had ji bints were sold and into three purses, ked to the men who ibbits. Jess Doney raptured sixty-nine, r eight and Edward ably so large a nam p never before killed inois in one day.— Money Order*. to be any prospect business can be to Uncle Sam in in 1865 with an of JIOO,OOO, eight months there than $7,000 As the more remuner- until it began gam about ten years yea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday, - - Marcb 24>, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — V. R. WALL, - - - Proprietor W. A. CRANDELL, - BUSINEBB MANAGER TERMS OP subscription: One year, in advance $2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoftice at Aberdeen, Wash., is second class mail matter. Weekly Meteororlugtcal Report U. S. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Tu.-sday, Mar h 15,1892. TEMPERATURE ? ! ~ f\* * DATE. SI 6 * Si WEATHER. fc -i S r; < % u 1 u < ! 2 aj a aj s a- Wednesdav.. 52 58 4(5 .00 Cloudy Thursday.. 52.5 58 j47 .01 44 Friday 43. 57 ! 40 .51 44 .Saturday. 45.5 53 43 .10 44 Sundav 48 53 43 .00 41 Monday 48 52 44 .08 44 Tuesday 48 64 42 .1J Prevailing direction of wind during the week south and west. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. IT DESERVED DISASTER. It is a wonder that retribution was so long in overtaking the Republican party in New York state 011 account of its per version of representative...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1892

IENING, m Local News I A WEDDING ■ethodist Church ps-Personal Brevities. I Affair. Bial last Saturday ■relational church l>y those present. K a nice lunch of I sandwiches was loom, after which lasiintly with reci kid charades. ■I Position. khe sidewalk nar |he advice W. W. pd as they were on le Fred Smith. A head had punched mud and his legs ichooner's masts in pie is better than the first meet- Hiperance union will ■ church, to which Hie. their friends and Hly invited. An in- Hnsieting of declama- Hng and a few five ■ befcii arranged, and is ex- Hjs invited. B Dance. ■ the brass band on ■ Patrick's day was Hie thirty-five couples ■r was furnished by Kc band and was un ftnt of Mrs. AV. B. Ham Anstie and Miss ft more delicious pies, Bid coffee were ever ■man. ■ntary Benefit. ■of Miss Anna Davies, I of Hoquiam, will ■it concert at the Ho- I next Saturday even k past Miss Davies has ■ents in aid of cnter ■riends are determined nte a number of Abei ■ntlemen have volun- I Hoquiatn peo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1892

NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. r«rioual Recollections of the Author of "A Scarlet Letter." Hawthorne was a slender lad, hav ing a massive head, with dark, bril liant and most expressive eyes, heavy eyebrows and a profusion of dark hair. For his appearance at that time the inquirer must rely wholly upon the testimony of friends, for I think no portrait of him as a lad is extant. On one occasion, in our senior year, the class wished to have their profiles cut in silhouette by a wandering artist of the scissors, and interchanged by all the thirty-eight. Hawthorne disapproved the proposed plan, and steadily refused to go into the class Golgotha, as he styled the dismal collection. 1 joined him in this freak, and so our places were left vacant. I now regret the whim, since oven a moderately correct out line of his features as a lad would at this day be interesting Hawthorne's figure was somewhat singular, owing to his carrying his head a little on one side, but his walk was square and firm, and hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1892

Mr of a job affects dif- A Is but a At«ra|< (tiifur tor Work —Hoiv simply, it caa no longer but its reason:) your coiujietency. to thank you for yon well." the message from had worked - Imt he didn't. iiml said: Von'll have If I can do yon My turn nest. I for Hours, then wife and baliies not than when beliail ruing He has fixed hew to it. Me to the children. to his wife, anil the week's earn- B f<.'r the tirst time in ami camnses with he is as much a his wifi' watches taliie tual wonder- 111 is hwn-y under it all that tiicy shall not nut 11 lie lias anoth hnmiliated. repulsed lior.se has clipped him spare him more eus the hundred odd oth- sitting there with in me mustn't me nil I seemed IV T ),AST. ; ten hours a day for find it. Saturday lie • a week's wages and I ling them that his ;olen from him, but to the thief and that raid catch him in a to himself that fate but* he keeps up the th fortitude answers i of the home ones ay have found the two weeks are tided Building and Lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 March 1892

'BOUND THE COUNTY Fresh Pick-Ups From the County News Disseminator*. OCOSTA SANGUINE FOR BRIDGE Chehalis County's Scholarships at the State Normal—Mining Matters and Other Notes of Interest. Court will adjourn the latter part of this week. Montesano is to have a national bank wit . a capital cf $S>J,OOQ. The town of Artie wants a schoolteach er f >r a four-month's term of school be ginning May I. The Hoquiam school bonds for $10,000 for constructing a school house in that district have been sold for $125 premium and all expenses. Marshal Jackson this week airested six hoys ranging from 10 to 16 years of age for stoning the Chinese laundry at night.—Klrna Chronicle. It is plain that the Republicans fear a factiona' fight within the party, as all the speakers showed it in their tulk before the convention. —Montesano Democrat. The readiness with which the K-publi cans accede to the demands of the mill influence was especially noticeable in Saturday's convention. —Montesano Dem o ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1892

Not to Make D city bonds Cents All Other Fetter- Taft, Thomas three ai rests for three births dur recommended the reports that he on the second street month and had $324.25; re the appointment of during appointment con- Beardsley et al ask- from Wishkah to street and alley com- et al to open to street and to the neglect justices to send in reconsider the vote in- to make contract for opening D street: attorney was in np the subject of issu- to fund the floating iavotfd issuing said or after ten years and years. C. if. White of New York city, ad- saying his firm de- and would make a running ten-twenty running from one ■Air. White then made a ■ writing to buy bonds, ■ issued, at par, less a com ■ per cent, his firm to pay B>f furnishing the bonds, fttion, ordinance, etc. at B. The proposition was Bble pending consideration ■by the council at a meeting Bav at 2 p. in. lommissioner reported water ft for the month, $120.15; re fting mains, $100, and ex v same pel iod, $403.60: re-. I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1892

Cold la Ataaka. "My experience with Alaskan winters was rather disappointing." Maid a mem ber of the Alaakan boundary survey '•The greatest degree of cold we expe rienced was 60 degs. below zero, and that was wben Mr. Turner extended bis trip north along the boundary line to the Arctic sea. From what traders and missionaries told ua of previous years it would seem that the winters of 18H9 4690 and 1891 were exceptionally mild "Even at the low temperature of this region the growth of vegetation is sur prisingly rapid, hat as there are only three mouths of growing weather this can be easily accounted for I found grasses six feet high along the Yukon and Poreupiue lowlands—a more re markable fact when you consider that the Porcupine extends many miles above the Arctic circle There were also salm on berries, blueberries, currants and raspberries in profusion ami hundreds of acres of cranberries Of the latter fruit the Indians store large quantities for winter food "When the work of trac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1892

o the the grand through the name has whose way to the to Co arms it has to tieyond the the branches look to as a few road winding whose of Dietfurt the water on one iuid on the other shortly beyond peal; crowned Burg Hohen every side of the country. up out a un- surrounding ap- down to readily ap ruins. efforts of all castle wascom view not merely of the Prussian in south of some the architect hand, in order to harmonize situation, all the warfare have in the construe-' of defensive were tramping under the walls. wonder where room together wo discovered a of the side of the the one on the our coats were off, and sleeves rolled public room of the sergeant provided high prices. showed us being modern with historic asso- objects themselves. of them are. The not visited the place tho throne, and it lived in by any of H. A reason naturally distance from Ber ■of the space available and the absence of H the neighborhood.— in Harper's. ISlatdi at Last. Mont Diane's smooth, ood npon the top:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday, - - Mareh 81, 18»Z ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY V. R. WALL, - - - Proprietor \Y. A. Crahdell, - Business Manager term or scrscription: One year, ia advance . 12 00 Si* months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., is second class mall matter. Weekly Meteororloffleal Report U. 8* Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Tuosday, Mar h 15,1992. TEMPERATURE * j H I * * H DATE. jj j 3 Z WEATHER. * * Jc £ u < \ z " a * a •. Wednesday.. 46 51 ; 41 .28 Cloudy Thursday.. 45 51 3y .24 " Friday 46 52 40 .37 Cloudless -Saturday 42.5 50 35 .22 Partly Cloudy Sunday. 45 54 37 T. " Monday 44 52 ; 37 .80 Cloudy Tuesday....... 44 51 37 .34 " __________ r . Prevailing direction of wind during the week southwest. W. B. Mace, Weather Bureau Observer. SHALL WE ISSUE BONUS? The financial condition of the city is the most seriousand momentous question for solution now before the people of Aberdeen. Th...

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