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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1892

$3500 bay Monte has tracks com- Aberdeen, of good In ■.- the Going came clinging to The men over morning. berdeen and Point when description , the men escaped from Nothing fur at the opera- faice in three Diamonds" following cast S. Shoemaker R. Urecti G. T. Green C. L. Wood F. A. Hart A. £. Green T. H. Craig W. Kroenert choice selections The price of Everybody B« Social. of inter- Methodist church enjdyed the exer- Goh|»cl Temper- program of recita- Wellogg, reading by and short H ladies and gentle- Hal program haß been Hcial to be held next Mrs. Wood Mrs. Coons B. McLafferty Mrs. Wood Mrs. Doty s Modern Daily W. F. Cushing Mrs. Wood . Miss Luella Coons s Everybody held at the Method ind everybody is in is the desire of the tee to make each en lian the last, and to iarnest co-operation i»n a Lark. sailor was taken be ustices on a charge 3. K. Hawkins was irn. While the at were talking apart seized the hat and ttorney. and, repair ned the articles for b was continned to , and Hawkin...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1892

HOW WING LEARNED. Dainty Flora, J nut Ham* from School, Tried to Teach the Willing Coolie. Our charming. dainty little Flonj had jnst re til red from her eastern "finishing school" and had fetched a great many ideas of elegance in her wise little head. "Mamma, why do you not have Wing Attend the door instead of the house maid?" she said. "I think it much nicer to have a man when we can just as well." "Because he cannot be taught," said mamma. "Jessie does it very nicely." "Why, 1 am sure 1 can teach him,'' said the all important. "Very well—you may," said wise mam ma, quietly. Wing was immediately put into training. The whole matter was first explained to hiin: then Miss Flora took a card at haphazard from the hall table, went outside and rang the bell. Wing opened the door just a little crack and peeked cautiously out. N. B. This is the way they all do. He was instructed to open it farther. Being Miss Flora, and not a stranger, he complied and opened it as far as she indicated, tak...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1892

liurden, a rarest all, but er been mound . lot of j, show l there rod was e gave >rs and d a few hought tome of nd near quarts thrived it. The 0 about 9 were > sharp being rdinary ldoubt :ountry sprung vation. mt the en has Id, for ild not 1 relics 0 those d Ohio, 3en co elieved Mer :orn to jovern- . —Fort streets or any he suf nfortu- tn their em are stances ntense. my ac in and tion on woman Tort to dually mained 1 neigh- There : on tho zen al ild was equent ; about itration een the mt cold Hall in Dead. the United States Sirian. died Va. Sis and adven- on the Greek isle a homeless or- massacre by the of that island of the Turks "Old Ironsides" large number, and boys who survived by that gallant brought home by of Richmond, the the ship. by Mr. Marshall, States navy, from and by him taught At the age the navy as a gun a hard fought battle that the blood of the Marathou and Ther- and Mycenaß. still H-Ncw York Ararad. Snake had an unusual ago. As the story hawk descend to the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 31 March 1892

'KOUND THE COUNTY Fresh Pick-Ups From the County News Disseminators. SKELETON FOUND ON BEACH A Remarkable Cargo Shipped From Hoquiam—Horrible State cf County Roads —Squibs. A county Prohibition club was organ ized in v, ontesano last week. IS ineteen applicants made final proof before County Clerk Sutton this month. The foundations are laid for the re building of Lewis & Cook's sash factory at Ocosta. Charlie Bryant caught a large sea bass at Wynooehe last week weighing 150 pounds.—Democrat. Mrs. W. B. Mack and Miss Ada Sar gent, of Aberdeen, wero the quests of Mrs. M. P. Trask this week.— Vidette. The Cosmopolis mill i& running on full time and has only stopped two days for repairs since beginning on the first of the year. The Northern Pacific Railroad company has filed a protest against laying out county roads across their lands in this county. .r. T. M. Stoneroad, late of the Hoquiam Tribune, is getting out a descriptive and advertising pamphlet for the town of Everett. W...

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

BONY UP Collect All cut off —A. Disgrace- Street MARCH Stewart, tern. Follow com 2 > 110 .. o j .. . 32 Oj • • • • .... 0125 . 8.5 ... 27 7!) 54 22 ... 39 71 guage. 7 (Hi 13 25 6 50 65 00 rent 25 U0 ... 8 50 Page fire iSO 1 4j 4 00 13 40 33.50 for work street commis connection with were discussed ut council ineii wcie offer wuH a good that they to accept it, and to 9:30 p. m. people on the IHll of M. J. Pier?< n Blnnen was allowed. B invited to di«cuss ■ general and the ■ particular. Messrs. ■g Finch and otheis Bonding and T.'C. ■is, J. G. Lewis op ■ After a long dis ften to get the sense I resulted in thirty ■tie against the prop- Bis thereupon with ■lit and the meeting ■mi meeting. Kounci men Feiter lewart, Thomas and fc-uier read and ref n it tee. ler from the Gr.iys Icompany was re. d : Ish., April 4, 1592. ■ Mayor of the City of fcmpany is the owner lof warrants of <lie low past due sorne- Inith the unpaid in* | By the pa|>ers we p.s a very favoiable J made by your ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 April 1892

Flat Car Wheal*. •There's a flat wneel on thU track under thin end of the car," mid an Erie official wno sat in the back neat of the rear car of a passenger tram "That u»t be taken out. It inigbt wreck the train.' " Wbat'sa flat wheel?" asked the scribe. "Listen," said the railroad loan. "Yon hear that rapid pat-pat-pat of the wheel? That 's caused by the flat wheel. On a •put on the surface of the wheel a flat |ilaco is worn. It may be done, and is generally, by setting np a brake so tight that the wheel slips on the rail. Let it slip but the least, yet a small place no larger than a silver dollar will be worn on the wheel. The next time the brake is set up bard the wheel slops with that same place on the rail, and it is worn larger By the time it isacoupleof inches in diameter it begins to pound every time the wheel turns. Instead of run ning a true circle as it revolves, the flat wheel strikes Hat on the rail when the flat spot is reached. The consequence is that when the flat sp...

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

V'«r. Petei the win- on ths peak, now de- there an a companion says. prefer Otherwise male couipan with him in the scien- on the the Sonnblick" existence of Europe. Fox institute a companion sum, abont for the pur- from private real explanation Lechner is that forgotten by the sent him published lauda him in the news- years back he and hundreds of in from all ijuar- rich and many but he then and continued to blessedness. It to ineteorologi- if the Sonnblick closed, but some found of recon- lonely but lofty Vienna Cor. I rice of Grain. een the method of he (Jhurch of Eng tithe as their liv of the Chnrch of >'hat are known in ill be very appar both sides of the ire higher for the the clergy will re beneiit from the ven years" average ig a time that the iped for from the is to stop the fall ng on every year ice 1878, a longer nnual declines in than has ever be tiend is calculated each year, so that wrho have endured low prices brought in was cheap will he advantages of rain has rise...

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

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - - April 7, 1892 ISSUED EVEKY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, ... - Proprietor W. A. CRANDBLL, - BCSINEBS MANAGER terms or SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $2 00 81& months 1 00 Three months 7ft Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., «s second class mail matter. Weekly Meteurorloglcal Report U. 8. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Wednesday, April 6, 1892. TEMPERATURE ? g~ | a H DATE. 5I 9 r WEATHER. K ?• * ™ 5* » S w <| t 2 X 3| 2 £ Thursday.. 45 52 8y .40 Cloudy Friday 4K T 3 40 .18 Saturday. 45 53 37 .0j Partly Cloudy Siindav. 45 54 3 .00 " Monday 47.25 >1 43 .64 Cloudy Tuesday 42 45 36 .05 '• Wednesday.. 40 sil 2> .01 Prevailing direction of wind daring the week westerly. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. THE DELINQITKKT TAXES. The action of the council in ordering the city attorney to bring suit for the col lection ol all delinquent city tax?s must meet with the approval of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 April 1892

■VN ESCAPES Hts Bar of Jail Win- the Town. AND THIEF Train Schedule—Fine Entertainment — Brevities. .Fnllhrenk had a j >il deli vet y. Marshal Grahanrt re- Hii from the law officers at one John Melville, I as "Sailor Jack." The state what he was Jack was found tend- Furlow, at the F , and was placed in the afternoon, and the of the fact. Yes ■n Chief of l'olice Loughi v, with extradition pa- is charged with sand- a man of $140, and with his man this last night Marshal ■l the jail to lock the pris- H, but found the bird had ■of the bars in the window of the building and near- been sawed off and the j whittled away, mak-1 ■ in its widest part of about which the prisoner ■jueeze himself. The win- feet above the ground. ■ little doubt the man was on the outside. George of his boats this morn ■res color to the theory that ■lis escape from town by Hkhs a bold one, effected as ■diatelv in front of the en ■ker's saloon, and at an hour B were frequently passing, ■officer returned home thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 April 1892

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 April 1892

here the yekr. a tree that's me. In the tall wrap* and all. to lend a hand tanned. didn't seem to dream and red, beln dead! that; where she sat, the rim call me J lml 1 never oared If I'd dared thrill so still her hands. lands. afternoon, sweet as a tone. under the rim call me Jiml each as me. I can see; man's heart the brown barrs the skies are lead yon know who's somehow yet. never forget hand touched red on the (arm the rim called me Jim: Chicago Tribune. Cases. hive bee is a most fitted for nectar. The wax bee are certain of the abdomen by thin plates, on in flakes It is taken pair of shears or for the pur two joints of where it is plastic by the have many bean fitted and cleansing the legs there is a ■ brush, admirably the attennap or delicate and im —Boston Tran • I ear at the Jeffer in Philadelphia, t regular lunkhead was in the habit of tres and quizzing lis chap one day «e of —T giving if croton oil. "A reply. no comment, and ized that be bad er a quarter of an Feasor. I wa...

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

'BOUND THE COONTY j Fresh Pick-Ups From the County News Disseminator*. DEPUTY SHERIFFS ARE JOKED Hanged in Effigy—County Assessing Commenced —New Church at Ocosta —New Industries. Frank U. Whitney is the deputy asses sor for Grays llurbor city and the north ta'ach. County Assessor Bunn started out his deputies Tuesday to begin the county assessment. The railway company ha» nearly com pleted ballasting its track between South Aberdeen and Cosmopolis. The saw mill of Messrs. Vorhis & Myers has sta ted up on full time after a long spell of idleness. —Pioneer. The well recently drilled for the Hotel McCandless, to a depth of 133 feet, flows fro..i the pi|>e at flood tide.—Pioneer. M». Hamlin has tiled a lien on the Oak- ville Methodist church for services ren d ;reJ in removing it to its present -ite.— Oakville Globe. The operahousc management at Ho qniam want two spei ial policemen to sit On the hobo kids in the gallery every time there is a performance. J. N. Qniinby, of Montes...

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

I RANGED lal Commit rrogram. Llebration [Filled Full of iight-See kure. 111*111 hers of the inted to arrange ennial exercises, ! in the Aberdeen ooins to prepare the interesting R. L. Austin, of oquiam ; O. VV. iberof .he Wash v committee of i S. C. Mitchell, his city. ling sick ami Mr. n anil D. Allen t them. Owen nd W. B. Mack led on to state irbor committee at Ocosta and ilan as outlined celebration, to the Histoiical will carry the ■ morning, May , reaching there ck, where the people would >y the several rill have already er clam bake, in immediately led to an oration s. After every raind and body carry the people or such other visit, (.should i expected from Durces of every house and feed be expected to for the amuse spend the ni ht y morning boats ry the people at h where the day iitors elect. At e will entertain int clam bake, arty of Indians ginal entertain -11. The ocean who desiie the >ar. The train I'acoma about 4 es. lought the pro inenlly satisfac purposed giving ...

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

~VThen Hot Springs Were First Discovered, America had been discovered and the wloniea were feeling their way toward -the Pacific ocean. In the vanguard was "the famous expedition of Lewis and - Clarke, which went overland to the -mouth of the River Columbia. John Colter was a hunter in this expedition, - and by some chance he went across the mountains on the old trail of the Nee Perces Indians which leads across the divide from the Missouri waters to those •f the Columbia. When he came back from the Nez Perces trail he told most wonderful tales of what he had seen at the head of the Missouri. There were cataracts of scald ing water which shot straight up into the air; there were blue ponds hot enough to boil fish; there were springs that came up snorting and steaming, and which would turn trees into stone; the woods were full of holes from which issued streams of sulphur; there were canyons of untold depth with walls of ashes full of holes which let out steam like a loco motive. and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 April 1892

LIFt. night. true crew. foam, the gulf of death. flash, breath. death— her strife; lifel weather, and say, and lift shore, a yotl past, crew win It too? weather, say, her L. Malloy in Tablet, in a lluttle. public but private means nations relations sev- war one of the numerous his brigade bad officers in win their ranks by con the rear, but after them proceed of was not uncoui- groups of French to the rear, look- them in charge. time, that a cer taken a prisoner, fall back, but the little distance. applied spurs to a detour to his observing this, overtook him and rein, he conveyed to the rear and off the dead man's overhauling its con letter from his own that it was his by his hands. he sat motion- for some minutes; down his cheeks. king has com- forgive me!" horse and rushed That very day he spot where he had brother.—Y oath's Ii iii id in Alloy. Brass and Bronze a new uietal which h. very ductile. anil or soft drawn into extremely tensile ,ry size annealed it ia «|tiare inch, anil...

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

Aberdeen Herald. Tfcareday. - - - April 14. 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY V. R. WALL, - - Proprietor W. A. C'RINbELL. BUSINESS MANAGER TERMS OP subscription: One year, in advance 12 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., *s second class mail matter. Weekly Meteornrlufiisl Report U. 8. Weather Bureau. Station. Aberdeen, Washington Week ending Wednesday, April 6,1892. TEMPERATURE I * ! H —fT « 2 DATE. 2 6 ! r *EATHE*. * -* ■i r < ** * s ■e < - a a at a i. Thursday.. 46.5 ]54' 39 .28 PartW Cloudv Friday 44.6 tJ 40 1.55 Cloudy Saturday. 4S 52 3>» .XH " Sundav 43 53 s: .00 Partly Cloudy Monday 44.25 55 X< 00 Tneaday. 44.5 4J 40 1.14 Cloudy Wedneadav. 51 57 45 .71 Partly Cloudy Prevailing direction of wind during the week we«terly. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. THE ONLY SOLUTION. The discussion of the bond proposition has brought forth a dozen diffeient sug gestions regarding the purchase of the...

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

m COUNCIL Discussed But No H Arrived At. TREASURER ■ Be Brought to Settle Treas- Entitled To. Fetterman, Hood, and Stewart. Taft pro tern. and special meetings was ordered printed iKABURKR's REPORT FOR 111 .IBTER KNDINCi MAI CH 3 ~ 1892, FUND. AMOUNT AMOUNT BAL. ON ItKCEIVKO. PAID. HAND. isliington to Alder if „) 0 t 50 00 Ellington to Thomas i 44 40 44 49 2 4 3") 183 46 70 89 39 76 39 76 2.7 9a 226 55 31 40 ; • ■ ■• • «6 Id 16 2 ■ 39 99 L to M 96 9 * 96 9 ewalk block 44 34 68 5 lo 29 53 H to 1 91 25 75 IK) 16 25 ■„ „ •••;; 4)o(l 500 35 00 11 H to bridge 23 00 14 00 9 00 'hi. ago avenue to bridge ltio OP 50 00 115 00 L to Chicago avenue 1 -7 4o 107 45 28 8 23 81) J to bridge 19 til 19 Qj road to Michigan 168 0(1 168 00 bonds 3,377 68 1,950 00 1,427 68 56,87,> 0. 55,032 85 1,842 l.> 146 48 11 39 135 09 ! 36 27 36 27 r 2,183 13 2,566 81 $04, 9o 94 46 1,233 36 $ 4,246 28 ral fund, debtor to special funds 383 (>{> Ml on liiind March 3 . IS9J. . . £ h(>2~58 I the city trea...

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

ELECTRICITY IN WAR ELECTRICIANS WILL PLAY AN IM PORTANT PART IN BATTLE. EleetriraJ Appliance* on Shipboard Haj Got Out of Order So Frequently a* to Render Necewiary the Presence of a Corp* of Electricians. So far as the stationary torpedoes are concerned, methods are quite well settled and the practice has been reduced to a science, one, however, which requires a pood deal of electrical skill for its proper application. The automobile torpedo involves problems that are a worthy sub ject for the exercise of the highest elec trical skill. So far as the Whitehead and similar missiles of destruction are concerned, there is not much to be done, electrically speaking, for a torpedo of that class is purely a missile discharged from a gun. but supplied with means for continuing its conrse to an efficient dis tance under water. Inasmuch as a high initial velocity does not agree with powerful explosives, the falling off in velocity would be too marked if any long range were attempt ed. With d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 April 1892

IHbe innovation of Kris attributed, and Hxed as the era of He 800 years after ■Croesus was king ■of that period were Knong the (Greeks B>n to a considerable Kks of brass money I B. C., but it was But the art of coin- Ed by the Greeks. By made were some- Id of making a coin ■m weight of metal, Boftened, over a die B symbol or emblem I then pounding it lie die until a gooc lined. They were Id showed a die iin [only, the other bear- Its of the hammer, loins were of silver, Idia were of gold or I silver. They were ter. and the old in [eeded by representa j-Brooklyn Eagle. pis Were Named. s names of coins in pus. In many cases krd of weight that I long ago. This is aglish standard, the ihilling is of German inny. which comes pfennig. The word u the image placed mue franc was given o first coined these hey bore the motto ting of the Franks) ills, one representing ck, the other on foot. 11*8 Opinion. skeii your daughter istion last night and u. lamph! What did d marry me." • I so? 1 ' l...

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

'KOUND 1 HE COUNTY Fresh Pick-l'ps From the County News Disseminator 5 ;. SOUTH BAY TO HAVE BRIDGE ftoad to be Surveyed Between Aber deen and Montesano —Newsy Notes Newly Noted. W. P. Eshocn, of Sharon, announces himself as a candidate for assessor. The discovery of a mine containing tin and silver is reported between Gate City and Oakville. F.ven the Oakville small boy carries specimens of quartz-bearing rock in his pockets.—Globe. E F. .jhinabarijer has announced him self as candidate for county superintend ed of schools, subject to the Democratic county Convention. A car load of ash timber was shipped from here this week to the Western Bas ket and Manufacturing Company at San Francisco.—Elma Chronicle. The county commissioners have de cided not to build the bridge over the Chehalis between Montesano and Wy nooche, owing to lack of funds. An Indian boy, 4 year old, the son of Jim .-quat.son, was drowned in the Satsop river Sunday. The body was recovered the fo lowing day. The foll...

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