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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 January 1893

. VII. COPPER PTVi=Tcn ** J^»-^^^BOTTOM"PANT^ <3 U/\RANT£ED. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.' H PROMISING NEW INDUSTRY. Illapld Development of Pineapple Growing In Florida. t pineapple seems to And a congenial )in Florida. In regard to the culture I of this delicious fruit, a subject i unfamiliar to very many readers, a •pondent of The American Garden the following interesting items: thin the last tive years the industry, Ing with n few small plots out on the south of our peninsula, has grown now there are hundreds of acres on eys, and the craze for "pine growing" cached the mainland. There are now || A PINEAPPLE SHED IN FLORIDA. tends of acres planted to pineapples on ower eastern coast, known as the In river and Lake Worth sections. Some ting is also done on the mainland j the lower gulf portion of the state, •e there is little trouble from frost, le farther northern portion of Orange ty there are a good many acres "of ipple plants. I pineapples grown in this section are icted fro...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 January 1893

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 January 1893

■ VII. gOPPEBPTVPTBn 'BottomTAN'K EVEftV <j UARANT^ED. ■«> ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL MIMICAL REVIEW. pjjjMEthing About Two Plays New to New York. [OR MAC DONOUGII'S FUTURE. Ipeultarllies of New York Newspaper prism—The Theater of Arts and Jtiet [Ciivts Two Ridiculous Flays—Mas il. the Great Composer, May Visit prlca. y Yokk, Doc. 31.—New York theatric ticism, at least ns far as the news i are concerned, is something I am at !to explain. When "Little Miss Mil was produced at Daly's theater, most I papers called it a success, and the s in The Tribune and The Times would warranted a reader in predicting a run least six months for the piece. Al the same thing may be said of "A Test ' Then Mrs. 1-Jernard-Bcere came md while lier surroundings were con- I"SFF.AK ON, O KINO!" cone in "The Prodigal Father."] in a mild vanilla and cream sort of some of the critics nearly all seemed C the opinion that the engagement le successful. Now several of these itics slate "The Prodigal Father,"...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 January 1893

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - Jannary 19. 18»3 I»iCED KVEKY THDRBDAV BT — F. K. WALL. Editor L. H. WALL, I R. WALL. 1 Proprietors Tim! or icMeairnox: One year. in Advance 12 00 Six months . . 100 Three momhi 7j AdrertMnz rates on application. 1 ntered at the poatoAce at Aberdeen, Waab.. a< second clas* mail matter THE TORRE MS' SYSTEM. The Herald is gla<l to see that there i a strong likelihood of the Torrens' eastern of registering land titles being adopted it this state. The Herald was the fir*- paper in the state to advocate this system and it i« gratifying to see the press now so strongly enlisted in its favor. One of the many beauties of the system is tha no owner of real estate need bring hi property ander the operation of the law unless he so desires. The only opposition the proposed law has developed is among those abstracters who carry on the busineso of title-insur ance in connection with their abstrac business. This, in itself, is a strong point in favor of the new...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 January 1893

IEF MENTION. I of fine apples at Emeiy's. Steamer Scotia went out Saturday, ive money—see Toklas & Kauf- Id. , Waldron left Tuesday for a tour Sound. t potatoes, oranges and apples at | Bros. * Iteamer Point Loma sailed Mon ! 'Frisco. expected that Jones' shingle mil! irt up today. |h neat and clean at the Pacific. * Maley made a business trip to Lno Tuesday. it. line of candies on the Harbor at |rt Bros. [Dr. Cruikshank. of Montesano, a visit this week to Dr. Lackey. lard's—the m nt wholesome Beer Northwest or elsewhere. Yeoman was a passenger up 11 Francisco on the J. M. Column, our milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if it good milk and good measure. * •—ln Aberdeen, on Tuesday, Jan. Lto the wife of Win. VVeiser, a appetite, purify the whole act on the liver. Bile Beans SmaU. J. M. Colman arrived in B, and is loading at Weatherwa x's land content is a home with " The Ro lamp with the lijlit of the morning, write Rochester LampCo.,New York. (jjhas. R. Wilson arrived aud is loading at W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 19 January 1893

WITH PEN AND INK BT L. B. *. "Pro* Idyls," by John Alb=e, is a lit tle volume of allegories Kimewhat in the manner of Olive schrtiner's '"Dreams." The idyls are very unequal in quality; some being graceful and suggestive, such as the one cal'ed "Love Tetters," and others mannered, with a straining after effects which are not rendered. The somewhat eccentric form in which the autnor : 'a» chosen to cast his thoughts seems alien to the genius oi our language nor does it impress the reader as being the outcome of a spontaneous impulse on the writer's part; but rather as a delib erate choice, with apparently the motive of making the book different from other books. It gives one much the impression of a translation j every now and then the alien language catches the spirit of the original, but qu ; te as often only the foreigners and mannerisms are apparent. [Houghton, Mifflin 4 Co., Boston, Mass.] MAOAZINE NOTES. The Century has a decided tendency toward biographical "ketches in the New...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 January 1893

Ivir. I gnPPFPßivwtn JS©TTOM"PAN GUARANTEED.' I ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. fHAVE MAI iiiTS. Actresses Whom New rkers Applaud Nightly. [PHED WITHOUT INFLUENCE llf Walsh, the Queenly Diana of ptocracy," and Grace Golden, Who Taken Marie Tempest's Place at is—Something of Their TTome Life. I Blanche Walsh's theatrical career ten almost meteoric. She is the tcr of ex-AMerman Walsh, of New She v, as born and reared in the Sixth which is generally considered the Kt in New York city. She never re atiy training for the slage, and the idcnce she gave of the possession of nic ability was as a reciter at enter in ts. Walsh is now playing the part of Stockton in Bronson Howard's latest f, "Aristocracy." She lias made the iiibstantial sort of a hit- In fact she ated something like a theatrical sen- iMISS BLANCHE WALSII. r despite the excellent promise of ;r work none of the New York ilieved that she would be able to own in such a strong organization Aristocracy" company. But she ' than done it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 January 1893

Aberdeen Herald. TbM«day. - - January 26. 18SJ3 WHIUI KVKKY TMIiJMi'A Y r. a ViUt .... tamm llZtikl gaeyeat.jaa*r«»»eTT"?T.... ft m *J m Advertising rata on mUctUim. ' Wared at the poetufflr-e at Aberdeen. Vuh.. •' leeoad rtam mail matter FRIEND OR ENEMY? It wnuld lie well for the legi. latnre to provide for the investment of county fnnds in such a manner that the county could get the highest rates of interest for its money. But, in the absence of any such law, it is well that the people of this county, and esjiecially Democrats, should be fully advised as to who was responsi ble for the midnight action of the county commissioners, in which an attempt was made to place the major part of the county funds within the control of a cor poration. The motion was made by Commissioner Starr, during the last few minutes of his official existence, and was put through b the votes of Commission ers Starr and Gillies, Commissioner Beck voting against the motion. We have no further comment to make...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 January 1893

ULROAD AVENUE. >,i .ed by the City Counoil and Citl -ODs of Aberdeen that We Want t—No Contest Tat—Deadleolu in raahlon. U the council meeting last night there re present: Mayor Little, Council* n Clark, Fetterman, Hood, Keith, in, Matey an 1 Stewart. flie ordinance governing contested fetion cases was taken from the table, i ordinance was generally iliicussed. *1 moved, seconded by otewart, that ordinance be rejected. All voted b" but Fetterman, who voted "no." attorney for the contestant addressed council at length, demanding that the icil proceed wi'h the contest of (Sunn Mack. Clark then moved, and was inded by Linn, that the couucil do proceed with the contest. The mat ivas discussed, and all voted "yes." be bond of A. W. Busj, city c!erk, referred to the city attorney, and roved. II bills were laid over until next ting. pplications ol B. F. Willey, E. C. rsham, F. A. Wilbur, C. F. Drake G. F. Morso for the position of water rintendent and street commissioner read and placed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 26 January 1893

WITH PEN AND INK. BY L. B. *. MAGAZINE NOTES. Houghton, Mifflin <£ Co. have recently published a new -collection o( ." I'uniuua t Verse" selected by the gay essayist, Agnes Repplicr. This particular colle<H tion is tn'ended to stimulate a love of poetry in young people, ami is gathered from many sources, both modern and classic. In the inl reduction Miss liep plier says: "The enjoyment which children receive from poetry is far-reach ing and of many kinds. Maitial strains wh ch tire the blood, fairy music ringing in the ears, half-tol.' talrs that set the young heart dreaming, brave deeds, un happy fates, sombre ballads, keen joyous lyrics, and small jeweled wrses where evety word shines like a polished gem— all these g <xi thiugs the children know and love," and all they may find be tween the compact covers of this well printed little volume. The selections are. on the whale, very wisely made, and various enough to be sure of striking some responsive cord in any imaginative...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 February 1893

. nr. COPPER PIVETgD tg/I Ms> —'BoTTo/vrPAN-K GUARANTEED. f; ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAU STATE L.'u:Li..i ICxhibitn of Groat Commcnwealtha Will- l?e Housed at the Fair. v/ York and Pennsylvania as tho eat states of tho Union were given font center of tho tract reserved for buildings at the Columbian expos!- and their structures face tho grea building on the south. New Yor ig the eastern end of the plot an sylvauia tho western. The latter ing, designed by Thomas P. Lous- PENNSYLVANIA BUILDING. of Philadelphia, in a combination pious styles, tho square and massive pminating. All tho materials are ol isvlvania production, and tho cost i. 1)0. • e New Jersey building in, like tnosl is state structure.', chiefly Dcial purposes and__ a place of writ ■ml registration, and is made so far jssible representative of tho state. Ii )deled on tho old house at Morris i, N. .J., wliich was Washington'! NEW JERSEY BUILDING, [quarters, but there are addition; convenience sake. There are larg< i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 February 1893

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. . . February i. !Hi»3 issued evkky thuksimy BY F. R. WALL Editor L. H. WALL. ( F. k. wall. ( profrietors terms or subscription: One year. In advance . . moo Six months * f m Three months 75 Advertising rat«son application. ntered at the postotlice at Aberdeen, Wash., second class mail matter The o)d settler is knocked "lit of the box by the weather this winter. Has the subject of the weather been mentioned in your presence lately? The senatorial de dlock has taken on a more permanent form by the agre - mpnt jierinitting pairs. Such an agree ment should never have been made. Practically all of the railroad track between South Aberdeen and Ocosta was washed away yesterday by the enow and high tides combining. That is the most expensive pieco of road, probably, that the N. P. ever tackled. Bush, of Chehalis, li.is shown the way to break the senatorial deadlvck and get down to business. When the break coires, as it must, from At'en and Tur ner, we predict that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 February 1893

Brief mention. H*'ex lVbon was in the city this week. EjHrcdi bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. South was up from Hoqniam on i^Hday. oh where, is that gentle ? i»' •«» rent. Apply to Robert Lowry, Motel. of the weather —io'.v is the to advertise. f»r Weliiha-d's Lijec ISoer aiui MB will never rejrot it. is nothing to till up the papet HHliis week but snow. ml<i Dipe«ti'>ii til!..' one F mil It Ililc Dean «.6c. i ci' UiilK* Februarv term of court begins oi the loth iuwt. vaccina virus received daily b\ |Hl. Vrser. It. H. Com* spent Sunday visiting HjHCase in Montesano. the Union Pacific an 1 vif-it Salt .EHb City and Denver enroute. * fAD. Arnold, of Hoquiani, was in tie SfpHMonday on business. trains have been getting through $f|H[>ii account of the snow. ;your milk at the Pioncar Dairy, if good milk and good measure. * and Mrs. C. F. White,of Cosniopo iiWßfere in the city Monday :i|pv. Joslyn has been mr-etixg with (M success in his revival meetings. Hfcry incrcnso appetite,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 2 February 1893

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 February 1893

. VII. Eg COPPER RIVETED JBottomTANT^ guaranteed. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAU WISCONSIN'S InrgcHt ft Ingle Dn sscd Stone in th» rid to lie Inhibited at Chicago. largest single dressed stone lu tli . so far as known, will stand 11 )i) park during the Chicago expos no accident occurs in transit, fin ready taken entire from thei|tiarry f browustone from the immense 1:1 ledge on the Wisconsin shore ol nor. and its production is the <ii a discussion ■ t the coin par ueritsof ancient; modern build Frederick Prentice. of Ashland declared that he could surpass th» IK- r* I r--1 111 17 Iwroiiaht by [ Egy plians. [would hir- Uie proof I his quarry [gift to the if the latter ti transport ['hicauo On Ist ol last Ist forty men set to work i five steam D ii e I e r s to lug. and the e monolith . ow been lift um its place the finishers 0 work. Tho .when dress- Will be 115 onir. 10 feet "... THF. MONOLITH. ong. io reel re at the base and 4 feet at the urith an apex 5 feet long and taper to a poi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 February 1893

Aberdeen heraid. Thnrxlay. - - February 9. 1893 I'SSLED EVERY THCRSDAY BY — r. a. w all, . - . edito* L. H. WALL, , V. B. WALL, i FSOrHETOM teiks or •raictimov: One year, in advance si GO I lix month! J 00 i 741 Ad»erti«inj rate*on application. • ntered at the poatofAce at Aberdeen, Wui... • < aec-oud 'la*» mall matter The proposition made to the Northern Pacific railroad by J. W. Robinson. , through his agent, A. J. Wett, is a verv liberal oue; and it is likely that the rail road ma? ai o.pt it, withcertainmodifica tions. But should it no completely side track the question of a Railroad Avenue? The public and the Herald have beer under the impression that the citizen* were not workii g fo: the Northern Pacitit or any other one railroad, but for a rail road avenue for all railroads for the good of the city. Mr. West, for two years ai.d more, has been consistent in his opposi tion to any railroad running on the east side below Front street. By one bold move, he executcc a change o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 February 1893

EF MENTION. neat and clean at the Pacific. * ilton, neice of C. E. • urrows, rom Seattle-Tuesday. ooner Compeer came in Sun e loading for Slade at Hoquiam. tccine vims received daily by per. * herine Sudden came in Sunday i loading at Weatherwax's mill, plyde, of Axford, was ninon • bound in Aberdeen last week iry and blank book*—.ill grade nil n;z"s —W. B. Paine & (Jo. IS lie old cannery on F street cave l ly night uniler its we'glit of «l t S Ignllsvbave been driven into gieat numbers by the heavy > Union Pacific and visit Salt and Denver eu route. * nd boys will give another of ss Saturday evening, in Koeh- I' milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if [ood milk tind good meusure. * nrmald, who has been over in piting relatives, returned home rest Inn takr one Small Dile Bean Xsc. l-er kiullie. Rburn, of West port, was coin llie snow to tarry in Aberdeen plied roonif for rent, suitable k - . Apply at thin office, fn Aberdeen on Wednesday, I, 1893. to the wife of William py nrnt wiitoli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 9 February 1893

WITH PEN AXD INK. ST I. H. w. Kt»!. I complain l«rtthe ;i o'er. And a!! the banqiet tizhu oeaied to «b;ne? For Joy that »m and U no -onzer mine: Tor Hope* and Lrreami that left ray oui door: Hhall I, wiso hold the Pa«t in fee. repine* Nay' there are thOM who never ouaffed iife'a wine- That were the asblett fate one mlgn: iep^or*. To ait a'.ooe end 4mm. at let of »oc When all the world U Tayue with rominr nisrht— To hear ol i rotten whiaper iweet and low. And «<-e dear rate* steal Km/ k. one by one. And thnll anew to each lonjr-o*.n de!s«fct— Hhall I complain, who nil '.hi* Bliss maj kMt? —Scribner'a for Fcbrnarj • MAOAZIXE SOT**. In reading the title of tins sonnet. b» Mrs. Loai-e Chandler Moallon, ". hall I Coin plain ?" the magazine reader f-e's flippantly ir.c'ined to rt-*;>ottd "You as sumlly will." Judging from her vernc, tlie mortuary popeihilities of Mis. Mo ton's friends and family are unlimited ; her collected pornm irresistibly reca I those ancient lands in which anc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 February 1893

VII. m COPPER RIVETED n , gPSf |r cvEkv guaranteed. l ~ gj,~ ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO* CAL. KEF USED A CIIOWxN lAMPLE OF WASHINGTON'S NO p AND UNSELFISH NATURE. Nils Action Impressed Gladstone /Ui'lyle —It Scorned Incompreheusi ;o Honaparte — Washington's Rela with Trumbull and Arnold. glit. 1383, by American Press Associa tion.] £ladstoue. in one of his chats with coy Depew, said that lie was il to tlie belief that all in all por- Sho greatest man since Martin ■ was George Washington, and Kit English statesman v.ent on to i what he meant by this charac ion. He did not regard Washing intellectually possessed of such as any ouo of half a dozen men he conld name. His military is undisputed, although of course ,rdly fair to compare it with that |-ed by John Churchill or Napoleon Sllington. Judged simply by re it was as great as the victories of these men, since it led to the es unent of a nation destined to be linent in the nations of the world, py one who has studied the mili- Movements...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 16 February 1893

Aberdeen Herald. rhiwdiy. - - February 16, tSSUED EVEBT THURSDAY »T F. R. WALL, .... EoiTom i L. H. WALL, i r R WALL. ( , P«or*HTo»i. TEEMS or arßtCEirnOV : 0»e year, in advance 12 00 lii roontfca i oo Three months .... ... 75 Advertising rates on application. ' ntered at the poato«<-e at Aberdeen, Waah., a* second class mail matter THE FORTY-CENT RATE. To thin locality the announcement of a 40-cent terminal rate on fir is a matter that ranks next in impoitance after the discovery of America and the completion of the Northern Pacific railroad. It opens up to the sawmills of Washington the markets in all of the country tributary to the Union Pacific, Northern Pacific and Great Northern. It makes it possi ble for every saw-mill now built, or that may be built, along the line of any of these roads to run at full capacity all the year round at a profit. More than that, it adds at once very materially to the value of every foot of stumpage in the state. He who, in the face of this red...

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