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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1892

M. fl. [HE CITY COUNCIL •roceedings of the Two Special I and One Regular Meetings. IfflOLtrnON TO BUY BRIDGE. ■deusion as to How Bonds Should be I Sold, But Clerk Finally Instruct- I ed to Advertise for Bids FBIDAY, MAY 20. louDcil met pursuant to adjournment, pit Mayor Weatberwax, Councilmen o, Hood, Thomas, Taft and Stewart. ' ' « !ood and Stewart, respectively, mov iod seconded the passage of the two usees, produced by city attorney, re ing rdinance,— 75 and 76. e vote on each stood: Yeas— H oood i,Stewart; nays—Taft and Thomas, le ordinances requiring four to carry • lost. ood explained that his vote was based p ground that the ordinances might iwnect, and there seemed a doubt i the amount of money really to be ooas stated that if the honor of the dlcoold not be trusted he preferred utter to go to a vote of the people lace the responsibility where it tie- I application for transfer of license Joe Keith to Comstock and Bowes ITMted. otftiun of Stewart that all electric he cut off...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1892

COMMISSIONER'!) DISTRICTS, Ordered By Cotnmlialoneri at their • aAt Meeting. Ia accordance with the provisions oi Chapter X, Sec. 266 of the general stut- Wfcfts of Washington, the board hereb\ <an)er and declare that Chehalis county he Tedietricted into three districts, and aneb district? are to bs designated and bnwnts Commissioners District No. 1, 2and 3 respectively, with the following %eundaries, to-wit: Commissioner's District No. 1. — Beginning at the ne corner of 5-18-4, rfkence west on the north line of twp 18. totbe nw corner of 6-18-6, thence noith mm the east line of range 7 to the north cm boundary of Chehalis county. Tbence west 3 miles to the center line of aid range 7 west, thence south on said Eae, following section lines to the south ern boundary of Chehalis county ; thence east on the south line of the county to the moornerof In-15-4 west, and thence north <M the east line of Chehalis county to the me corner of 3-17--4, thence west to tie wcorner 4-17-4 then...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1892

the last decade. mnricv clouds that pall a summer day dissolveand drift away, i , lovons mniles break o'er llie sunlit plain, - «ii« tlie dormant pulse of life again! Unu|n the afterglow of fading light ■I breathe" a promise of a morrow bright; !fthl» century's eventide-whose years * llopM have wrought to merge In darken ing (ears th man rejoice; for from a rifted west urinf beam crosß b ' 3 weary l ueßt - J leaden nklee now change to gladdening hosK .waitingheart Its cherished song renews; it wing divine!- not less its power than ir ben v first heard "Peace on earth, good will to men." -Gilbert S. Fletcher in New Nation. Mutfic, Welsh and Basque. afing two American friends stop ■ with üb, we brought a nice Welsh from Dolgelly one evening to sing tern the national songs. Miss Madge grts, a sweet, pretty young lady and Uent singer, went over an immense rtory of Welsh music, and Miss S., is a very scientific musician, made y remarks on the peculiarities of Welsh scale, etc. Suddenly s...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - May 26, 1892 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - - Editor and Proprietor terms of subscription: One year, in advance *2 00 Si* months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffiee at Aberdeen, Wash., is second class mail matter. Weekly Meteororlogtcal Report I'. S. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Wednesday, May 25, 1892. TEMPERATURE. T' H Sl* * DATE. 2 ° S WEATHER. • S >f £ 3H s g w <53 «* * £ Thursday.. 61.1 82 49 .00 Clear Friday 61 5 82 49 .00 Saturday.. 61 75 49 .00 " Sunday 56.3 69 46 .00 " Monday 58.8 68 48 .00 Tuesday 54.7 64 44 .00 " Wednesday.. 53.6 59 49 .00 Cloudy. Prevailing direction of wind during the week ■northwest. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. THE LESSONS. The lessons of the election Saturday show that it is always best to consider •every municipal question upon its merits rather than merely personal grounds. The Hf.rald was opposed to the two propositions, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1892

IgHB DROWNED? [sterious Disappearance of Miss I Ella Beardsley. ■dden death of j. a. west 1 ial Result of Saturday's Bond and tiebtedness Election—Resolutions Cgympathy by A. O. U. W.—Usual Knst of Brief and Personal Mention. ■ Monday morning a boat was found jjng in the Wishkah river, at Tongue it. It tlie boat was one oar and a wo hat and cloak. Inquiry developed [act that Miss Ella Beardsley had i rowing on the river and was miss- j ß g Beardsley's friends had arranged I boat ride at 9 a. m., but for some on Miss Beardsley got up early in the ning, secured a boat from Boatman . Lyle, and started up the river alone. fa»last seen by L. I. Stiles, who tge school at Layportes, when she ; fiddling with one oar and was bare ge woods along the l iver's bank have ithoroughly searched, the river has i dragged and dynamite exploded re it is though* she might have been rn«d, but with no success. Her dis jarance remains a mystery, save as to Diies. iss Beardsley was employed by ira & Co....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1892

THE FIFTEENTH. Proposed Road Through Kltanp County- Boats From Seattle to Sidney. The Seattle, sidney & Gray's Harbor r railroad, for which a company was incor • porated a few days ago, is intended to make direct connection by the shortest route between this city and the upper Hood canal and Gray's Harbor. The proposed route is southwesterly from Sid ney to the head of Hood canal, then either along that channel to Union City or across to Shelton' whence it continues in a general southwesterly direction to some point on Gras's ilarbor. The dis tance will be about eighty miles from .Sidney to Gray's Harbor, which is much "less than by any other route. It is pro posed to establish a line of steamers from ""■Seattle to Sidney, a distance of sixteen miles, to run in connection with the rail road. A reconnoissance of the route has been made and showed that the county to be traveled was comparatively level and contained lich farming, fruit and hop lands and seveial large belts of timbe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1892

lacK'S sweetheart. •Ann*. y° u muat lißten 10 mel " Dud bMtd is thrown back and the blue gre flashing like sapphires in the "1 will not marry Mr. Chester—l pise him! You know well that if he jno money you would never admit ■to yonr house I Oh, aunt, I never D dreamed yon were so mercenary!" 1»m not—for myself. It is for yon, Id—it is of your future that I am l y n g. I must die some time, and you w the conditions of my husband's mike it impossible for me to leave one penny. Could you bear poverty ir enjoying all the pleasures which jth can give? Ah, child, it is a hard, g opponent to battle with when one ,young and lovely as you are!" 1 hare a profession, aunt. I eh all itarre. And even if I had no way lining my bread I would not marry b whom 1 detest for his money." tahaps you and Jack Dunraven »resolved to try poverty together," pets Mrs. Thornton. iere is the faintest suspicion of a r on the handsome mouth, but she o well bred to allow it to become hing more than a suggestion, 'o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 May 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. "For woman is not undevelopt man, Bur. diverse: could we make her as the man, Sweet love were slain: his dearest boud is this, Not like to like, bur lilc in difference. Yet iu the loug years !iker must they grow; The man be more of u<» mil. she of man; He gain in sweetn- :iu-l in moral height, Nor lose ihe restlin throw the world; JBhe mental breadth, nor fail in child ward care, THot lose the childl ' • i < the lareger mind; Till at last she set. her If to man, Like perfect music unto noble words." "Tut- wom.in ' la.,;e capacity can sel dom rise beyond the absorption of ideas; her physical conditions refuse to support the energy required fur spontaneous ac tivity ; the vol laic-pile is not great enough f.lu produce crystalization; phantasms of fcieat ideas float through her mind, but she has not the spell that will arrest them and give her fixity." This was the opin ion of Gporge Eliot expressed before she tuui refuted its wisdom by her first nov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1892

roi. n. MEMORIAL DAY G. A. R. of Chehalis County Pay Tribute to Nation's Dead. SENATOR T. P. DYER'S ADDRES Program and Order of Exercises— The Ladies, Little Children, G.A.R. Posts. Bons of Veterans, Patriotic Citizens and Company K, N. G. W. in Line. They go not to the field of strife. Bat by a noble spirit led, They leave the pressing cares of life To dec* "the city of the dead " —Marion J. Mitchell. On Monday morning George Crook Post No 63, G. A. 11., met at its hall and received the posts from the neighboring towns. The procession formed and at 11 ». m, took up the line of march in the fallowing order. Drum Corps, , _ George Crook Post No. 63, Hoquiam Post, Cosmopolis Post, Ladies of the Second Relief Corps School Children, Patriotic Citizens. Sons of Veterans, Company K. N. G. W. Over five hundred people were in line, 4 the procession moved to the high 'ound near the f!n»irjj P r i . . . leimpressive wereheld, and of m»«k«U'y fired in honor of de nted comrades. After the mid-d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1892

THE MOULTING SKABON- (L. H. W. in Northwest Magazine.) In a tiny Wester. "city" of the third class, so Western as to be within sound of the boom of the Pacific, when the land boom subsided sufficiently to allow one to hear it, began mv very superficial acquaintance with Mr. Anda rews. Mr. Andarews sold me a pink slab of salmon for breakfast and there ygg but one fish on his stall. 1 had not seen the man in town before or I should have noticed the aMermanic figure, brisr tling moustach • ami equally fierce eye brows that could not shado the boldness of the eyes. If I had gone down to meet the incoming boat Hi" evening before, in company with tie mayor and other male citizens of Edenmio't, who turn out in force each day to see what eastern capit alist a kind providence has biought to town, I should have seen the family man, wife and child—leave the city of Edensport with "ther investors. Mr. Andarews contiacted for his stall that night, and invented a part of his dollar and a half of ...

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

jjjf PLATE HUMBUGK Lclaws of the m-kinley bill £BS RUDELY PUNCTURED. fin Is Kothlng Mora Than Iron—The Canning Industry iojared—The Industry "Fos iff the Benefit of Monopolists. ! *.|ire arather impressive plate of j-tiin before us as we write. It is of JLjbjpe, of easily handled size, and coated. We are asked to SJthat this is American tin. The Tjjit fornjs its base is probably "djjD, Where the tin which makes J ii-, from it is perhaps not '0/ to say, but we are disposed dy to hold that it was not mined lb country. That there is any that the tin manufacture on r Ktb oi importance has been estab [^othis country; that we owe to inlay bill aid in the manufacture jjnto wy considerable extent here, 10, if we are to have it, it will be at sacrifice than paying a good deal (money for our tin than if legisla ,toilet this matter alone, we do not jjMriiwecan get to the true in of this tin plate matter, the i«« to be about this: A remuner niod healthy business was being iion in the manufactur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1892

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. - - 2, 185)2 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - - Editoh abd Pbopbibtob TERMS OP SUB8CBIPTION: One year, in advance • *2 JO Six months 1 ™ Three months 76 Advertising rate* on application. Entered at the postolflce at Aberdeen, Wash., '* second class mail matter. WmUj Meteororlogtcal Report V. 8. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington Week ending Wednesday, June 1,1892. TKMFKBATURK ? H s—a"5 —a" $ DATI P D g WEATHER. s5 » § _ * *_ j*_ _E_ Thursday.... 51.2 61 47 .07 Fair Friday.... M 5 '">* *9 1-98 Cloudy. Saturday... ■ 51.2 55 47. .81 » Sunday 51,1 5b 4ti .00 Monday 51.2 58 47 .01 Tuesday 48.8 53 42 .88 " Wednesday.. 47.2 54 41 .12 Fair Prevailing direction of wind during the week, northwest. w. B. Mace, Weather Bureau Observer. ROTTEN. Are the tax-payers of school district 7 number five taking sufficient interest iu - the expenditure of their money ? It does ; not seem so to a disinterested observer. The Herald wants to bring a few facts ho...

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

LAST BAI>/ BITES Over the Reriaiy of ur De ceased Feliov -Towns nan. -JL. i RESOLUTION OF MPATHI Passed by t kasonK Lodges o Whioh He Vf fc a M. aber—-No News . I ess Bei dsley. Oil Satur. y .'st ! citizens an; Masonic bo<l i-s Abpi. een paid thei tnbnte of to the memor ol oor decei nif How townsman James Arn IV\ 'Jl s body was car tied to the Mi iif atmrch, which lov iag bands hod r :»H« nautifu] with flow en. , Tlie fu fere conducted bj the Rev. I 1 'I ■ • Bell, of the Epis ch ;i ! bv the combined choirs of *T »HM|st and Episcopal church. After the Episcopal service Grand Prelate of Washington John F. Damon, who for many years had known the deceased, told something of his life and character. Like all who knew him, Mr. Damon loved him, and spoke from a heart full of that love. He spoke of the i clean, pure life that had passed ftom this j world, but not from our lives, where it must always remain an influence for good with as; how, free from its earthly en vironment, it would...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1892

THE SENATE LEADER. SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF HON. ARTHUR PUE GORMAN. A Friend DatalU the Rapid Bite In Poli tics of the Senator from Maryland Who Defeated the Iniquitous Force Bill —A Thoroughly Domestic Man. Hon. Arthur Pue Gorman, leader of the Maryland Democracy and one of the possibilities for the Democratic presi- j dential nomination, is a self made man. He was born county, Md., in i March, 1839, til son of respectable par ents possessed of moderate means, and j received only such limited education in his youth as was to be gained in a coun try school. When a boy he was made a page in the house of representatives at the instance of Judge Hammond, who then represented the Fifth congressional district of Maryland. After a time he was transferred to a subordinate posi tion in the senate through the friend ship of the Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, with whom—as indeed with all the lead ing Democrats then in Washington—he became a favorite. From one position to another he raised himself by h...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1892

IPA7I TB. A Lately C, <t of P«t»nt, *' >K f luti. The folk' is r'i of patents foi lands in C r v now remaining in the lan. ( iipiled by Count} Clerk H. n If you will senc him youi j-• ,i<- ill procure patem tor you f of i :\rs If you wish it re corded, w $1 f that purpose: No - '•J S. T. R 377 <n las 27 20 4 512 A'n.erf ixel 10 20 f 13,601 if r j arles 31 19 u 8,948 in .-i i M 20 19 f 8.906 ..-i: 1 les g26 t 39" f vhV 20 19 { 39 1 I'o j! D. 20 19 1 3,72i> V«ki Charles P 10 17 s 3,3f ' Bau . 1 eii J B 31 19 1C 3,6; ; Bro' . ment W 17 20 If 1,80- Bonn T* in 7 19 11 3,62-' Berns iCarlO 22 19 f 3,56.) Bl:iir 1 rus 18 17 f 9,166 B<vt)e lizaA 26 17 li 533 Bohn. nn 6 }g 10,5t.)0 Eirehw 11 Joseph 13 17 $ 10,404 Boneha m James 34 ig <j 8,636 Bates Thomas H .26 18 <! 7,682 Brown Thomas E 19 17 0 13,470 Roting Vandever.... g 17 s 13,297 Baker Diniel .20 18 e 18,286 Baecker Adam '6 18 10 13,097 Bamett Samuel 30 19 m 11,928 CluneJohn .18 18 10 8,915 Cullers James E 20 19 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 June 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. H. W. 41 A thing of beauty is a j.»y forever: Its loveliness increases; it will never tfass into nothingness; but still will keep A bower quiet for us, and a sleep Full of sweet d earns," The series of e.-says that have been coming out (luring the past year or two in the Atlantic Monthly, by Agnes ltep ■plier, have been recently gathered into book form undi r Hie title of, "Points of View." The title should have been "A Point of View," I'-.r in the treatment of the various themes, beneath the nimble "wit and garrulous fluency of these essays, there is one insistent cord that constant ly makes itself heard, like a continuous accompaniment above which ripples the varying and gracetni undulations of the melody. Miss Repplior is an ardent and ingenious i-peciftl-i'leader for Art for Beauty's sake. iShe makes a strong case against the Mb > of didactic teachers and preachers in fiction and poetry, and claims that Tolft"i, George Kliot, Ibsen and the high priest ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1892

|Tl. IE INJUNCTION [the Northwesternn Lumber Don't Want Harbor Lines. Kurt of bill in equity Ltfoal Injunction Prayed For—A ■fee Resume of the Harbor I Line Question. iSoath Bend Journal has secured a of tbe bill in equity filed by the intern Lumber Company, in the I States district court, asking for jnction against the action of the r lines commission of the state of IgtOD in establishing harbor lines t of the company's mill properties i Willapa river. As the points in * ue identical with those in the tbe company's Hoquiam proper re republish the summary made Journal of the points set forth in I: bill first sets forth the title to the low owned by the lumber com- Tbe lands were purchased from iM Biddell who received a patent hnd n 1874, and from John Woods mived a patent for his land in Th» lands now have a water front tbe Willapa river of 1400 feet. Ihpa river is a navigable stream t tea vessels. The lands by reason topography are capable of being for warehouses, manufactories, i,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1892

TIMBER SHARKS. They are Fleecing the Festive Sucker »■ of Yore* Edward Emde is one of the victims of a swindling concern known as the Maine and Michigan Lumber and Milling Com pany (incorporated), an institution which some two years ago successfully operated in Tacoma, betraying tenderfeet into parting with their dollars under a prom ise of enriching them. Their concern is now operated by Martin E. Poy, alias Morgan Thomas and Peter Hanle.v. They catch the unwary by advertising to locate men on timber lands. When a prospective customer arrives they delude him with tales of great riches. They propose to locate their victim on timber land and to purchase the land of him at the end of 90 days for $800. All they ask is an advance fee of $25. Emde was one of the suckers who paid this amount, and he complained to the police, who soon located Poy and Hanley. Special Officer Demorest, brother of D. L. Demorest of the Board of Public Works, captured the men and took them to the city jail. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1892

TERM IN THATt nnfMibtl Occupation. E,„ y my son is a failure here E«nity, and I might as well worth while to waste liaation on a five dollar boy." I Hems to be the trouble with Utwisb to pain yon, sir, but he Ind. He has neither memory gfcg power. It is impossible i collect his thoughts and to A or to write logically." then, can I do with him? not help me with your ad it aware, sir, that there are pfor which such a lad is fit, tynggest that you might put pig tariff editorials for a Re mrspaper."—Louisville Cou- iVnk Hone" Nightmare, st Harrison would be willing b of the Republican conven i little less in the indorsing way tinistration if they would in- E delegates to vote for him at , The New England states it all the larger and more in gots will come without any as that they will stand by Benja- I bosses will all be there looking it a dark horse. The president i inspect that there is danger ithe situation.—St. Paul Globe. It Pleases Democrats. mnecticot Republicans point e to the a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 June 1892

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - », 1892 I9SUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, • - Editor and Proprietor Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., ai second class mall matter. Weekly JUetenrorloglcal Keport V. 8. Weather Bureau. Station, Aberdeen, Washington. Week ending Wednesday, June 8,1892. TEMPERATURE > ' V g ■ H DATE. 2 D S WEATHER. 5h c c 3 3 11 a* * £ Thursday... 60.2 68 47 .14 Cloudy. Kriday 49 75 59 46 .11 Saturday 51. 68 48 .12 Snnday 56.75 61 45 .00 Fair Monday 58.1 63 44 .00 Tuesday 52.5 62 46 .11 " Wednesday.. 55.75 68 41 .00 Clear Prevailing direction of wind during the week north and weßt. W. B. Mack, Weather Bureau Observer. THE QUESTION OF SILVER. The free-coinage man howls "gold bug" and Wall street, while Wall street and the gold standard bearers retaliate with "Silver ring" and the "miners' scheme." So long as the purpose of the free-Bilver people is, as stated by one of them, Sen ator Teller (rep), of Colorado., "To put silver bullion to par," so long must ...

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