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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 April 1892

I COUNCIL Ight on Electric I for $2500. WD BE PUBLISHED ■lection Ordinances lading— Question ■ Debt Limit. fday evening. Pres ood, Linn, Stewart, Taft was elected passed declaring for- L. Honey, L. M. Ham i and E. N. Onmiette, i bond given to guar of the electric street ipropriated out of anv sof the city attorney bringing suit to recover Id a partial list of tax ssessment roll showed tlieir street improve ;ed that the descrip owner be printed in inasmuch as several I they thought their he publication of the s property-owners to • at once. thought such publica ly lessen the number lit and would hasten tax. 3 Linn moved that the ■e and have published I and the motion was y. ucting the city attor he special fund money i was necessary to de nging tax suits was, •esolntion, laid on the ing. Aberdeen Improve ■ sidewalk on Fifth rdeen, was reported inmittee and was laid g publication of street ance. M. Weatherwax et al itreet, between Third as referred to street e. ram from V. T. White, a...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 April 1892

character of tb« 0u. u ...n i. M .|««ror. The new emperor, on mounting the ■throne, was of course expected to sus ■ tain the policy of a minister whom his had honored with every mark that a loyal subject or even a ■, money loving one could ask. The reign of Frederick 111, less than a hundred days, had been too short and too full of phys ical suffering to let the world know tho •strength and breadth of the ruler whom next appeared to represent. In his successor the Germans have an ■•emperor who has not only abundant energy and endurance, but has •with it a contempt for humbug, social ism and the crooked police methods that always suggest a feeble or rotten execu tive. He is a practical manager and does not pretend to be a savior of so ciety. He has no quack nostrum for poverty, crime, prostitution pr the dis < content that sets class against class. His business is to see that the govern •■lnent machine runs smoothly, that com petent men are employed, that the peo ple's taxes are s...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 April 1892

IDEAL. aid life's petty strife, a noble lifo possible? Did we not hoar tags, and feel it near, r reach? It was. And yet ally jar and fret.fc is kept and it wilFWalt It, soon or late. we once hare seen; le what we might have —Adelaide A. Proctor. I OR LIFE. irilling adventures mountain traders teresting than that life with over 600 rsty Blackfeet In- j t cruel of the west- i had accompanied j heir expedition to the Missouri, but > with a man named j d permission from purpose of trapping i at the same time to exercise tho I cunning in regard he had learned to herous and as sav >y the partners was ' ite in the evening, ! lawn and, after re le game, lie hidden e succeeded splen-1 and the men grew | moving all trace of e morning while n their canoe they pling as of many j 1 it to be Indians, ing the canoe and i, but Potts, who aughed at him and : those of buffaloes. >n settled by them by a few strokes of le midst of several lined the shore, moment that es obeyed them when come a...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 April 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - - April 21, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — r. R. WALL, - - Proprietor W. A. Crandell, - Business Manager TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $2 00 Hl* months 1 00 ""Three months 76 AdvertlHing rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., us second class mail matter. Weekly Meteororlogleal Report U. S. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington Week ending Wednesday, April 20, 1892. TEMPERATURE * j H # i~*~i * H ' DATK. JS !ji S I WEATHER. 5 «' r* S 5 5 B u 1 b! < i •- -a x «• Thursday.... 46.5 55 38 .70 Cloudy Friday 4ti 54 3" .11 Partly Cloudy . Saturday.. 43.5 53 34 .02 • " - Sunday. 44.5 50 33 .00 Cloudless Monday 45.6 57 34 .00 ' Tuesday 4.t.75 64 ! 35 .00 1 Wednesday.. 59 71 1 47 .191 Prevailing direction of wind during the week • cast aud northwest. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. WILL "TOUCH" THE TREASURY. The solid judgement of the countv - commissioners in deciding that the road and bridge from Ocosta...

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

IJL EASTER r Interesting Ser the Churches. lal decorations (Worship in After ning Programs Evening. led britrht, though cool, pring day. The sun do with the crowds ervices at the various ■lebrated the greatest mi year. The majority re decorated with the jliage which mark the its old name to •ed and well trained -flowing congregations aise for the resurrec ilized by the new birth preachers taught the t which was the oc -1 feast. Each church ived its joyous belief i grave. T THE SHRINK. [ethodist church was ! with those who had s Easter service as per comniandry, Knights >ir rail, organ, pulpit v macs of beautiful imid which were dis s and emblematical plars. In full regalia, :abbards, the Knights receded by Rev. J. 11. W. E. Keyes in his cal robe, to seats re tro responsive service through with, Rev. Ed an eloquent ser- Rev. T. W. Butler iloquent address, con rvice. NGREGATIONAI. CIIURCII. ng the large auditorium of tional church was filled ager to enjoy the fine ser nd praise whi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 April 1892

Mm A(>init Shark. A desperate fight between a man and a shark occurred recently in Manukau harbor. Mr. Henry Jacobson, who is employed at the North Manukau Heads as beacon light keeper, was out in his boat about six miles down the harbor when it was struck by a squall and swamped and the occupant left in the water. Jacobson dived and endeavored to relieve the ballast, but without suc cess. He then grasped an oar, and being a good swimmer struck out for land; but as a strong tide was running he was gwept down the harbor a distance of three miles. At that point he was at tacked by a large shark, which grabbed at his hand. He protected himself, how ever, with the oar, which he tried to ram down the shark's throat. The fish then made a circle around him, and renewed the attack. By this time, however, Jacobson had his sheath knife drawn, and desperately stabbed the shark, ripping its side open, so that the water became red with blood. A further attack was made, when Jacob son again st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 April 1892

Hr Materials. of means and prevention of acci and otherwise, prizes the following proc- Hig, respectively dimin- Htibility of tissues, cnr- Hd theatrical scenery. Kixteen pounds amino- Hre pounds ammonium Bunds borax, sis pounds Bounds starch, or one Br one pound gelatine. Billons water, mixed to ll SO degs. Fahrenheit, ■impregnated with the ■gated and dried, and Kial. One quart of the I about three or four ■ to impregnate fifteen ■terials, theatrical deco and furniture thirty im chloride are mixed oated chalk as to give mcy. It is then heated ps. Fahrenheit, and the ae or two coats of it by u A pound of it, cost tenths of a cent, is suffi ce square rods.—Berlin liiing In a Battle. aittee on naval affairs bad under considera ng for the addition to si craft. he design is found in marine gun carried at ) water line. The pro bey have now a prac land to drive an enor sd with an explosive der or gun cottou into rnclad afloat and ex y vitals of the ship, e design submitted to id explained...

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

'ROUND'I HE COUNTY fresh Pick-Ups From the County News Disseminators. LOOKING FOR MILL SITES A Biff Timbt fur San Francisco —A Diami nd Lost and Found -Bear Caught. A. O. Damon is dykeing and fencing in about 2000 acres of land at Damon's point which will nuke quite a ranch.—Vidette. C. F. Larson, of Cedarville, caught a fine bear in his trap Saturday night. Bruins weight is about 600 pounds.—Pio neer. The military encampment will beheld. If the state ;»t large cannot stand the ex pense, Wotport, alone, can and will.— Westport World. The Odd Fellows of the county are ar ranging for a basket picnic at Westport, on the 26th inst, that being the anniver sary of the order. A. E. Fri>at, of Chehalis, is looking over the Harbor cedar supply with a view of removing his shingle mill from Chehalis to some point in this vicinity. O. M. Kellogg, a leading man of Aber deen, allowed his eagle eye to rest on Oakville, Monday, as he was returning from a trip to the interior. —Globe. The ballast...

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

official paper of of Aberdeen; for indorsement, and to the senators and Congressional committees on commerce. MEETING SATURDAY NIGHT. The meeting was called to order by W. B. Mack, who read an extract from a letter received from Engineer Patterson, of the Northern Pacific Railroad com pany , in regard to a right-of-way through the city. Mayor Weatherwax was elected chair man and W. B. Mack secretary of the meeting. G. D. Allen said the commit tee had interviewed A. J. West as to the proposed right-of-way through his mill projwrty ; that Mr. West said the city had not treated him ri#ht in not vacating the streets in his mill site; that the rail road company and never made him a pro position ; that he objected to a depot be ing established there even for two years; that the road would be of no benefit to him, and that he declined todounything until the council took some action regard ing the vacating of th i streets asked for. Mayor Weatherwax said he thought the council should vacate...

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

j A NOBLE DESIRE. May I reach Jj That purest heaven, be to other souls The cnp of strength In some great agony, ' Enkindle generous ardor, feed pure love. Beget the smiles that have no cruelty— lie the sweet presence of a good diffused. And in diffusion even more intense. 80 shall 1 Join the choir invisible, Whoee music is the gladness of the world. —George Eliot. JUANITO. There lived at Seville, in the faubourg <ot Triana, a youth of some sixteen years ..called Juanito el Morenito. Orphaned of father and mother, he had grown up. sturdily as a wild weed that pushes itself forth from the stones of the Triana pavements, sleeping some times under the beautiful stars, some times in the stable of a posada, nourish ing himself upon a handful of sweet acorns or a fritter purchased half price from a strolling vender, and doing for a living a thousand and one haphazard ; jobs, the most lucrative of which, per haps. being the sale of programmes at the doors of the theaters. A handsome lad,...

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

Awful llitak* the Weddiqy. of peculiar C became a day. As the bride town, in one of the had arranged to friend not far away There he was to which was to fashion, at the little 12 o'clock. Send- on ahead, he toggery in a hand flat soleleather af- the train at the time a very exact and he was, not unreason- on this occasion, his seat to speak to a part of the car just station, he harried called out the of destination, and was his bag as empty seat, he was before the train had Arriving at his found that there was him before it was time his bag to the his host into his mind with a good ci- event. made himself oom- butler entered with a bespoke an extraordi- H maintain his gravity, but there must be some please to see what har- your bag, sir?" Quite ■ , together with his Hd the man upstairs and on the bed what was of a drummer's Ks—a cotton "union gar- Hsize; four different styles H>atent seam corset, eight Hlar buttons, half a dozen H colors stamped "correct Her goods of the same kin...

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

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - - April 28, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY r. R. WALL, - - - Proprietor W. A. Crandell, - Business Manager terms op subscription: One year, in advance f 2 00 Bix months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. entered at the poatoffice at Aberdeen, Wash., ks second clasp mail m attar. Weekly Meteororloglcnl Keport U. f*. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington Week ending Wednesday, April 27,1892. TEMPERATURE fir a H ! DATE. £ O £ I WEATHER. a s 5 " 'JL hj W< K I _ s -- _ Thursday.. 47.5 55 10 .18 Cloudy Friday 4.55 58 38 .281 " Saturday... 47.5 53 42 ,3K •' Bundav 45.75 50 41 .97 ! ~ Monday 47 59 35 .07 I Partly Cloudy Tuesday 48 54 41 .41 '• •' Wednesday.. 51.5 61 42 .001 " " Prevailing direction of wind during the week north and west. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. THE SPECIAL ELECTION.'. The city council last evening passed an ordinance calling a special election for Ma) 21 to vote for or against authorizing the council ...

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

IMPOSITIONS to Vote a Further lids for $40,000. I} AGAIN KICKING opositions Because the Not Include Bridge (use —Proceedings. BT MONDAY NIGHT. sr, Fetterman, Stewart, Trask. filling for an issue of ml purposes was read in . Ho-xl sai.lcommittee to examine the ordi laid on the table till ig Wednesday. riding for a special bond a second time by title ible as above. 74 was read a second 1 full. Stewart thought )uld be more explicit in equitably apportioning ind allowing owners to ■selves. After consider he ordinance was passed, instructing the city at [> in his hands belqnging in the prosecution of tax t read, discussed and . Honey et al for $2500, fciveil to secure the con- Electric railroad, was d and the city attorney t funds in his hands to bver same. isked that penalty and tint of improvement tax b knew nothing of the | complained of wrongful ng and said if council re- Is tax, whicli he claimed lould pay up all his taxes. iere referred to finance # * E. Keith tax matter ro sy i...

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

A Ktory of the Lata A. T. Stewart. I was a young lawyer at the time, a' n! j:s poor as a home missionary. 1 L.a to go to the late A T. Stewart's to t: /TO his signature to an affidavit. He 6* ,ned aud I swore him; then he wished l > know how ranch there was to pay. Iview of what took place afterward, 1 Km justified, I think, in saying that T.l'at Mr. Stewart expected me to say Vinn lie asked "How much?" was "Oh. Chat's all right." But I didn't say that: lsaid, "Seventy 6vo cents." "What?" shouted Mr. Stewart. "Seventy-five cents," I answered «tgain. "1 won't pay it," said he. "You've no rglit to ask so much. The price is a shilling, and that's all Til give yon." "But, Mr. Stewart," I replied, "a shil ling is the price wheD you come to my office. I've come to your store and I've a right to charge for my car fare and a reasonable amount for my time. Sev enty-five cents is really a very small Charge, Mr. Stewart, a very small Charge." "1 won't pay it," he persisted. "If you want n s...

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

I manner of ets, alleys providing collection le same. Aberdeen shall, be nking, fill iet or alley levied anil benefitted, ; its inten ents, and ss name of points be nts are to ;r of the that the j i assessed j ; on such j d. After I the street j i practiua- '< late of the j >rovement itv cleik. • and ess i all imine ge of such tgram and cient lemons the expiration of publication t will be made rs of lots and m the street, o be unproved, improvement street, highway contain a copy ion, passed by city the street, hereof proposed ind of iinprove :ie, and shall be She official news- I days after the otice, protests provements by i two-thirds ol ind abutting on unt, be filed in o!' the city, the 1 further with niuKiiis vote of council present g it be deter such improve test be filed by the abutting st proceeding f tiled, the by the unan itnbers of tlie council shall by lirect the street i improvement previous resolu estimate tiled, ,'ement, accord street com mis j but in all cases B...

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

'ROUND THE COUNTY Fresh Pick-Ups From the County News Disseminator 4 ;. WESTPORT IS NOW THRIVING The Race Track at Montesano is Near ing Completion—Sawmills are Being Leased. The Kstus sawmill at South Union em ploys sewenty-five men. Montesano will have two brick yards in operation this season. A marriage license was issued on the 20th to J 1. otaffand Maria Sandbaga, of Aberdeen. Montesano has a base-ball club which challenges any similar organization in the county for a contest for "fun or mar bles." Tue Grays Harbor Commercial com pany is fitting up the steamer Montesano for use as a ferry boa f . between Ocosta and VVtstport. The grade for the Westport street rail way is about completed and tie-laying Commenced this week. The road will be in o|ieration by May 7. Cedar Valley literary society is broken up, owing to the fact that the youngsters took more interest in love affairs than they did in the society.—Pioneer, A good force of men are at work on the racetrack and stalls. Ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1892

I) THE COUNTY I and logs lying on West wort lg blasted and burned, of Cedarville are now catch snty to thirty trout a day in oneer. en is being largely talked ican candidate for county ter or more capable man is id.—Vidette Hoquiara note, ing up some brush on his weekj Rev. H. F. White, o everely cut his foot with an son went over and dressed member. id that the Hoquiam \ Trib be moved to Ocosta and vitli the Pioneer. Messrs. Coughlan would make a -Elma Chronicle, m Saturday the people of have the pleasure of seeing est militia company of the ny K of Aberdeen. —Wet>t- >s and a dozen men are at big dyke near the shore of id it wiir be completed this t is a much needed improvement ires much valuable lai.d.-World. 1 DeCourcey sent a correct chart ranee to Grays harbor to a friend ,nd who placed it on file with pool Geographical society where p of much service to foreigli shi [>- iWainwright carried away the ong snipe shooters last Sunday, ut about two hours and in that d 280 p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 May 1892

OLD lIiOiNSiDiSS. HISTORY OF ONE OF THE OLD SHIPS IN THE AMERICAN NAVY. Dismantled in a Modern Navy Yard, She h the Olijeet of Profound Veneration on the Part of Patriotic People of To day, Who Are l'roud of Her. Not many people may know that the •Id frigate Constitution, so renowned in our annals, is still included among the vessels of the navy. She is dismantled, as might be expected at her age, and is kept in that condition at Portsmouth, N. H. She is a craft of 2,200 tons dis placement, and now carries no battery in place of the forty-four guns of the days of her glory. It was the Constitution that, after the inauspicious opening on land of our war with Great Britain, eighty years ago, led off a series of splendid victories on the sea. The honor of the first capture of a British war vessel undoubtedly be longs to the Essex, Captain David Por ter, whose defeat of the Alert occurred six days before the Constitution de stroyed the Uueriiere. But the Essex carried thirty-two 82- pou...

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

fro LOVERS. Id of Tom, and when his sign, "Thomas we stood behind the commotion it e. general thing, aro jked over and under it were not there at son entered the poor jk. ;legant carriage was from which a young spearance alighted, ; excitement to tell put now worth hav lady in a splendid she fell in love with was only nineteen), s." thing, 1 suppose," outemptuous shrug ued. "You had bet q your judgments— you know a little >w." been taken into the small simply on ac , which indicated, •emarkable genius, not develop, for she ainns, with nothing except her brown using them. a valuable pa- Tom to meet people lence, and his genial a many desirable ..Hey and 1 made the s, but we could not lady's name before ;ing a scowl to her limpletou really had ie jealous, and about very eligible young man paying her marked atten o treated him with all the ices of an experienced flirt, lit to be ashamed of such suid to her one day. "Mr. rorthy of the most superior rou might feel greatly flat attenti...

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

Aberdeen b.eraiu. Thursday, - May 5. 1892 IBBUED EVEKY THURSDAY F. R. WALL, - B - - Proprietor W. A. CRANDELL, - BUSINKSS MANAGER TERMS OP 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., second class mail matter. Weekly Meteororlo(ftci»l Report C. S. Weather Bureau. Station. Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Wednesday, April 27,1892. TEMPERATURE ?• f 2 * * DATE. 2 E WEATHER. i. ? * - 5 k z s, ♦ a ; = " X X * e. Thursday... 49.5 54 44 1.60 Ruin. Friday 50 57 43 .741 Saturday.- 4ft 55 41 .48 lOloudy rfundav 50.7 61 37 .00 Iclear Holiday 55.1 68 42 .00; " Tuesday 54 71 »8 .00 Wednesday.. 80 67 88 .001 Fair Prevailing direction of wind during the week north and west. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. "30." With this iss ( ue the undersigned ceases to be the editor of the Herald, and F. R. Wall will again take charge of the paper. It is with sincere regret that I lay down the pe...

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