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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 January 1891

44V "Let Your Light so Shine Before Men/' &s}& — LAMPS ! ★ LAMPS ! * LAMPS ! — $ — Reduction Sale ! — ra ® *■ Friday and Saturday, January 9. and 10, Only. ★ * 25 PER CENT OFF ON ALL LAMPS. ■ THE FAIR, ml ♦ EATHER SIGNALS. A'aifi or Tempera- Cold Snow. ture Signal. Wave. (era to temperature. When placed I or 2, it iudicates warmer weather; ed below No. 1 or 2, it indicates tlier: when not displayed, the indi i that the temperature will remain No. 4 is not displayed unless a tem- C 45 d grees or lower is expected. 4 is displayed, No. 3 is always predictions for the weather are re ly by the board of trade, and the yed from the pole over the board's Any combination of flags can be by referring to the above explana captains will do well to consult Is before sailing. LOCAL v Year was well fed in Aber city council died without a Wednesday. am now does his postal busi e new stand. pyard is turning ont a new fore or the brigantine Tanner. luance of this damp atmosphere not a log in ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - January 8, 1891- State Appropria-iene. There will be big wppropri ilinns asaed of the legislature ut to convene at Olympia. Herts arv- some of tin in, with figures approximately: World's fair f25,),000 Keforin school 50,000 Penitentiary supjiort 1)0,000 New penitentiary 50,000 Deaf and dumb asylum, support 30,000 Same, additional buildings 40,000 Insane asylums 150,000 For jute plant 50,000 Nor nal schools 40,000 State capitol building, as a starter 100,000 Soldiers' home 15,000 State fair ... 10,000 Mining bureau 10,000 legislative expenses 55,000 State printing 75,000 Salaries, etc , of state officers, boards etc. 225,000 Translating prisoners, etc 88,000 Total if 1,283,000 These sums are for two years. They may not all be allowed. Many items are omitted. —Telegraph. Kinnison, Dentist, Dental Par lors second floor Hood Building. 40-*,f. ACCOMPLISHED FACTS. Although the still undeveloped re sources of this country are bo v;u»t, we are not among those ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 January 1891

een Herald. ■ January 8, 1891. B.LISM IN JAIL. Thanksgiving eve in 1883 of The Summary was Bpress of the New York H>ry at Elmira. Previous H)n of The Summary there Hsfactory attempts in many Hilish a prison paper—a should be edited and by prisoners, which of its convict found ■ a course to be dictated, or policy, but by judgment of its editor. Ms these efforts had either skirt of circumstance" death from inani- Z. R. Brockway, super- made known newspaper be started in was only one man in deemed capable of un- He was a young graduated from Oxford and had had a journalistic experience of the reformatory fonts of the more com- Blic only printing press in a little foot machine, or 300 copies of one be run off in an had done service for reformatory for rough the editor of The ■l it over for the first timo tor the press was and it had a creak- that augured of the enterprise. The ■ however, patched it up There were two or ■s in the institution who limited experience in ■s. It was unders...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 8 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - January 8. 1891 TIDDLEDY WINKS. The New Game Now the Thing for Amusement. Tiddledv winks is now the great game i" >r social amusement. Progressive euchre is played out. "Pigs in clover" is an ancient history —whist, checkers, chess —all the games which have out last ed a season have, for the time being gone into eclispj under the bright but doubt less fleeting light of "tfddledy winks." It's as necessary "iu society" to know how to play tiddledv winks as it is to know how to dance. You will not be outlawed if you can't do either, but if one'B iu the swim he likes to be on the crest of wave. From two to six persons may make a j set in this S'aze—the more the merrier, j The game is English in origin, but the A uiericans have made enough changes in it to claim it. The blessed thing about this game is that it isu't "scientific." Any "jay" can play it as well as can the most accomplished swell—that is, if he can once get the hang of the thing. Small ivor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 January 1891

leting Pioneer Hose Co. January 9th, 1891. t a new committee on con by-laws be appointed, con essrs. Ant?tie, Trask and rried. i and Chas. Heifnor were i candidates lor member iny proceeded to ballot and sic duly elected. it a vote of thanks be ex- E. Smith for having donated ny; and to John »Steen for cigars given to company at rried. ,t L. L. Maley go to chief make arrangement that fire id for no other purpose than a. Carried. at notice be inserted in pers, calling a meeting of ns who are interested in i department. Carried, it motion be reconsidered. at company have a grand id of February, JB9l. ,t the motion be reconsid d. it we have a grand union (all on the 22d of February, d. VV. J. Patterson, See'y. Hagazine Notice. lisliington Magazine is now fic Magazine. Peftce hath and none are greater than nk field on the Pacific coast, irchild'n lead all the rest, iber received makes it clear be at the editor'B door i is not appreciated by the Hinebal news. I Indians are all coming int...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Tharsday. ABERDEEN, OH GRAYS HARBOR. A CITY OF TO-DAY. The "DtdTLth" of the North Pacific Coast. The Railroad Situation. Aberdeen, Nature's Metrop olis of Southwestern Washington. It is ooe of the wonders of western de velopment and civilization that Seattle. Taroana and Falls, have become household wor-ls from the Moun tains to the Atlantic coast, and Aber deen. a city that has local resources equal to either of them, and one whose loca tion as a seaport iumisln*" advantages far Mlperior to tti«- Sound cities, should, tip to eighteen months ag>>. be comparatively unknown, Such was the case until new Wool, new money and new men, re>»g niring tlie fact that with the filling up and .levei.'pment of the new state, there mil-': l»e a trreat coast wi.-e city on the *hores of Grays Harbor, and that Alier • leen's magniii">-nt k*-ati>m at tic- jiini tK>n of tiro rivers and at th« head <=f nav igation would easily place her far in ad vance of any point ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 January 1891

■erdeen Herald - - January 8, 1891. Heir to $500,000. >i:k, Nov. 26. —A dispatch was yesterday from Baltimore un llial,George H.Beiser, of Brook become heir to a vast estate led at $500,000. The property oi!j;li relatives who emigrated i:e in the days of the Huguenots, r is an accountant in a Fulton hing house. Bruce's Law and gency, of Chicago, prosecuted . — Louisville Courier-Journal, Mr. Beiser's lawyers, and by I our advertisement became the liis good fortune. If your an me from the old country, write close $1 for our list of heirs, more than half a billion dollars Britain and Germany, un k'hich rightfully belong to peo- United States. b'k Law axd Inquiry Ovfiob, 164 and 166 Randolph St., Chicago, 111., U. 8. A. gmen buy lots 50x1110 for $7f> One-third cash, balance one rear-i. See Weatherwax Ilea RACKING- IMMIGRATION. me of an Eastern Newspaper Correspondent. vuod Ulake, a ntatT corrcspond lioMton Pout and representing it« of leading financial lie wa in iSan Francisco. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - January 15. 1891. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I One year, in advance Six mouths 1 2? Three months Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, H. T., «s second class mail matter. Sewn and all items of interest, solicited from all parts of the eomitv. The name of the sender should appear. Address all communications to rhe ABERDEEN HERALD. Wg do not hold onrselvc* responsible for the views o.- opinions expressed by our correspond uuts. We reserve the rU'ht to reject any and all matter of a personal nature, where it reflectsto • he individual discredit of any one. Penny postage isn't much, hut it is too much to expect trom a republican admin istration. One way to make tight money loose is lor each individual to pay to every other individual all owing the said parties of the second part. If the senate does not change its tactics an extra session of congress just after the 4th o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. ■irstlay, - .January 15, 1891. I WEATHER SIGNALS. . 8 refers to temperature. When placed e No. 1 or 2, it indicates warmer weather; i placed below No. 1 or 2, it indicates »r weather; when not displayed, the indi ns are that the temperature will remaiu >nary. No. 4is not displayed unless a tem ure of 4") <1 grees or lower is expected, n No. 4 is displayed, No. 3 is always led. 5 daily predictions for the weather are re d daily by the board of trade, and the displayed from the pole over the board's ing. Any combination of flags can be rstood by referring to the above explana- Sliip captains will do well to consult signals before sailing. LOCAL Ie schooner J. M. YVeatherwax, Capt. h, left Tuesday for 'Frisco. e two tugs, Tiaveler and Printer, are 5 bar service for Grays Harbor, e schooner Norway, Capt. Carlson, her way here, having left 'Frisco on ith. W. Maxwell is having a dwelling b built on River street, between G. H. e new county officers settled down their...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - January l"-' • MOUNT TACOMA GONE. Will the G-aost of Seattle Stay Down ? The United States board of geographi cal named has issued a bulletin ti.xingthe nomenclature of inlands, rivers.upnmtains and towns where they are known by one or more names. Although its functions are purely thosi of a government beard, and its decisions binding on government olliceis only, a hope is expressed that 1 hey may i>' followed bv the public in general, esjrteially the map and text-book public h»;r. J . Among the inoro '.mpoitant decisions are: Bering sea not Behring; United States of Colombia, not Colum bia; Kadiak island, not Kodiak: Tort Townaend, not I'oH Townshend ; l'ribilof islands, not I'ribyloff or Pribylov; Mount Kninif.r, not Mount Taconia: I'nalaska, not Ounalaska Kinnison, Dentist, Dental l'ai (irn second floor Hood Building. 41' *f. ACCOMPLISHED FACTS. Although the still undeveloped ru i-miiees of this country are so v:ist. we are nut among those who po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 January 1891

Aberdeen herald. »y, - - January 15. 1891 t the Country has Esoaped. r the caption of "What the Coun- Escaped," the New York Sun of inst. says editorially: Tribune declared yesterday that »b of the eight republicans whose ilped the patriotic democrats in tc to bury the force bill deserve nted prominently in every repub- K'r and be kept in mind by every jm voter. [is quite true. These eight re' senators have rendered the service of inestimable iinport -0 bolt from party dictation since ich prevented the conviction of Jackson upon impeachment pro has been fraught with greater nces to party and to nation, necessary to consider the motives { .Senators Stewarts, Wolcott, Nevada, Teller, Stanford, Wash -1 the two new republican sena i Idaho, Mr. Shoup ar.d Mr. Me lt is enough to know what has >mplished by their votes. The proposed in the force bill as i the Reed republicans of the das tinkered by Mr. Hoar and ' radicals of the senate, was a 'ort of that spirit of sectional id defiance ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 January 1891

.Iberloen Herald. Thursday, - - January 15. 1891 HOW TO SECURE LANDS. The increase oi the population of West ern Washington during the past two years ■is caused a corresponding increase of in quiries relative to government laud- nn>l the manner of obtaining title thereof. These inquiries come fioiu ail parts of the civilized globe and are in as various dia lects and form of interrogation as possible to conceive. It would be well for the next legislative assembly of the state to provide for a bureau of immigration, to whom such inquiries could lie referred for intel 'igent answers. Such bureaus ore ap ;>ointed in nearly every western state and territory, and undoubtedly do much good ;n disseminating information of the re spective localities they represent. In this short article I purpose limiting •myself solely to methods of taking up and securing title to government land in West ern Washington, leaving all other questions to those who are more com l<etent. There are three a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 January 1891

COUNTY CURRENCY. >y pen, pencil and press.) he last rail was laid that ma with Northern Pacific ,lia branch. ;lie special car of Chief Ko ran into Montesano, hav the chief, Asst. Engineer >t. Clayton, Attorney J. M. the contractors, Messrs. Jriggs. All of these gentle id their journey to Aber re been insj>ecting the line ;y. trains near Klma will soon ad, so that regular trains The schedule will be in r in about three weeks. route between Elma and ontractor Carman reports completed—one at Oak- Black River junction. and lound Prairie. »** s of North river are petition office, and we believe thev 0 it. Over 175 people would ated thereby, and save them , besides getting their mail u matters now are these peo slled to get their mail from Southbend or Montesano, dent upon whoever happens y of these offices to bring lail for his neighborhood, ied to establish a route from p North river to where the f Pacific is expected to be the head of North river, ind to Arctic, Chehalis coun ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thamlav, - January 22, 1891. A BEBDEEN, Oil GRAYS H^BOR. A CITY OF TO-DAY. The "Duluth" of the North Pacific Coast. The Railroad Situation. Aberdeen, Nature's Metrop olis of Southwestern Washington. It is one of the wonders of western de velopment and civilization that Seattle, Tacoma and S]>okiine Falls, have become household words from the Rocky Moun tains to the Atlantic coast, and Aber deen, a city that has local resources equal to either of them, and one whose loca tion as a seapoTt furnishes advantages far superior to the Sound cities, should, up to eighteen months ago, be comparatively unknown. .Such was the case until new blood, new money and new men, recog nizing the fact that with the tilling up and development of the new state, there must be a great coast wise city on the shores of Grays Harbor, and that Aber «Seen's magnificent location at the junc tion of two rivers and at the head of nav igatiou would easily place her far in ad vance of any point or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 January 1891

■jerdeen Herald. - January 22, 1891. ppreciated in Michigan. admiring the fine presswork th Santon (Mich.) Clipper with 9 invented by the editor of that e ran across something that gave >r of this paper much pleasure, t: Pt issue of the Aberdeen (Wash.) is a fine specimen of illustrated jm. Its first page is devoted to hods of lumbering in western Ston. The next illustrates the ny and shipping interests of Capt. eatherwax, made complete by a of the captain's own familiar face, leeds no label to indicate its The third page contains a fine pi view of Aberdeen, and each of r fix pages have well executed maps representing the various es and interests of Aberdeen and . The Herald publisher is to be .dated on the success of his efforts srdeen on the enterprise of the licrt Bros, have received two hun fcre cases of Security oil. ECOMPLISHED FACTS. Iftugh the still undeveloped re ■ of this country are so vast, we are long those who point only to the ■in spito of the disadvantages of. Imm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Tbarsda-, - .January ii, IttiH. ISSCED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL. EDITOR AND rROI'RIETOK. TEKMS Or SCBSCEIITION: One year, in advance 12 00 Six months • ' 2? Toree months <•* Advertising rates on application. Entered at the postoffice at Aberdeen, W. T., Kg second class mail matter. News and all items of interest, solicited from all parts of the county. The name of the sender should appear. Address all communications to the ABERDEEN" HERALD. Ws <?o not hold ourselves responsible for the views or opinions expressed by our correspond ents. We reserve the ri«ht to reject any and all matter >jf a personal nature, where it reflectsto the individual discredit of any one. Washington is the land of big trees and small senatorial timber. The darkest horse is: just before the senatorial dawn. He was too dark to be seen this campaign. If the time ever comes to divide the state, the Herald wants to see the Washx. hung on the eastern line. The people of Washington wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 January 1891

■berdeen Herald. ■ay, - - January 22. 1891 •EATHER SIGNALS. lefers to temperature. When placed 1 or 2, it indicates warmer weather; teed below No. 1 or 2, it indicates ather; when not displayed, the indi re that the temperature will remtrtu r. No. lis not displayed unless a tem- Df 45 <i grees or lower is expected. 4 is displayed, No. 3 is always [y predictions for the weather are re lily by the board of trade, and the layed from the pole over the board's Any combination of flags can be id by referring to the above explana p captains will do well to consult als before sailing. LOCAL u the wink: Tiddle Be Winks :ial tip. >n the Lutheran church is pro ■apidly. Ny K was up in arms in more ail one Tuesday night. officers of the old city council lected by the new council, lerdeen Electric Co. were kept week wiring up the Koehler I club gave a very enjoyable it Friday night at the opera hooner H. C. Wright, Capt. sen, is on the way here from jifcco. ing house is being built on the i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, -1,- Jannary 22, 1391. ON THE OCEAN COAST. Possibilities of the Magnificent Farm ing Country Skirting the Pacific. (Eldridge Morse, Esq,, of Snohomish, in Taeomu New Year's Ledger.) Some settlers have been on Grays Har bor and Shoalwater bay for forty years, yet the real development of these regions is within the past five years. While there were a few good farms then, most farmers were herdsmen, not farmers. They cleared no land, kept bands of cattle which roamed over hundreds, if not thousands, of acres and found their own living, both summer and winter, but little hay being put up, and snow not being deep enough or lasting long enough to interfere with winter pasturage. Now increased land values and the dividing up of large farms introduces more civilized methods of husbandry. There are some large farms on the Quillayute prairies, south of the Straits of Fuca some thirty miles. West of the Coast range in this state, is as much fertile agricultural land ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 January 1891

Herdeen Herald. January 22. 1891 ■jaragua canal bill. Favorably to the Senate—Ad bs of Proposed Assistance. Irt of the committee on foreign i the Nicaragua cana. bill re iportance of a canal. The bill itail the history of past nego tlie subject. The report says [ the private corporation has irith great rapidity, and that iet of the project will be one than the Wetland canal, and ill be completed within six e full cost of the work is set D 0,000,000, and the committee > secure this amount of money ,ny will be obliged to float large discount . Consequently necessaary to impose heavy pping, and as the canal would iitute a part of the coast line ed States, this burden would korne by the American people; the committee believes that ke part of economy, aside ftom Lns of national policy, for the keg to guarantee bonds ot the | the amount of $100,000,000, r may be sold at par. The re pe the reducing, .first, of the inditures of the company, and me tolls, which would other- It to $12,500,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 January 1891

Aberdeen' Herald. 'Skwwlay, - - Jannaiy 22. Ki!U CLIMATE OF WASHINGTON'. How the Winds and Mountains Con spire to Make the "Wonderfully Equable and Yet Diversified Climate of this State. Tie Rainfall and How It Is Regulated and Distributed. • "Kidridgd Morse, Esq., in Tacoma New Year's j l*&ger.) ocean coast region has a climate flike Ireland, Puget sound climate is like England, while eastern Washington re sembles Spain in climate, only the weather is cooler. Except high in the •mountains there is no very cold weather anywhere in Washington. On the coast there is seldom any considerable snow or "front, but the summers are too cool to raise many crops grown on the Sound. "In easte.n Washington winters are about those of Maryland. There is consid erable snow. In the spring and fall it is windy. The summers are hot and dry. There are some local differences in the climate depending on the contour and ■elevation of the different valleys, which affect the heat and rainfall. Frequentl...

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