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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 March 1893

F MENTION. I your dogs. ers court met Monday, man is visiting relatives si Benn left Tuesday for os. are headquarters for all • ihmann left Monday for a ind. land appraisers have been 3 said. daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Montesano was down to nopolia. of Mew York, is visiting l this week. ten for painting. 21-8t ress association will hold iting in Seattle. old, of Montesano, came ess early this week. -the moat wholesome Beer eat or elsewhere. rman, after a week's pros llina, returned home Tues e, of the Washingtonian, the Sound to his labors Ik at the Pioneer Dairy, if milk and good measure. * will run an excursion to >nor of the Press associa- jjgjjjj Mrs. A. H. Lackey were passengers in Aber- Hy. ■■Hr and blank books—all grades, Bizes—W. B. Paine & Co. 18 flgHyes, cashier of the First Na 'lHjH, was in Montesano Tuesday '■gHiness. not yet got your ticket to ball, call around to ](B|Btid get one. i Bile Bean every night for a j|P|HEe Torpid Liver*. tie. par bottle. &» vßkcr,...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 23 March 1893

CLEAR STTFF. From West Coast Lumberman. The Lumber Manufacturers association of the Northwest will soon issue rules for grading fir, cedar and Washington pine. These can be obtained at cost from the secretary. It is desired that they should become generally used. After remaining idle for nearly three years, the Pacific mill will again be open ed. It has been leased to a newcompany that will probably be known as the Pa cific Coast Lumber company. The in corporators are H. G. Foster, George W. Hastings and A. T. Prichard. The capi tal stock is $30,000, fully paid up. The new company will put in two ten block and one double block Challoner's, and enlarge the dry kiln to nearly three times its present capacity. The mill will have a daily shingle capacity of 400,000 and a lumber capacity of 50,000 to 75,000 feet. It will be in operation about May 1. L. F. Henderson, superintendent of Forestry for the state of Washington, has secured on the Johns river in Chehalis county a section of a ce...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 March 1893

■i- pi- ah& ■ Q uarantCED. ••• H ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAU. 'SATRICAL REVIEW. BW. Keene's Fine Pro on of "Richard III." ■Hut decline of tragedy. Bnpared With Other Actor* of Hit osslp About Martha Morton's y For William H. Crane—Maggie 1 the Tank —Lawrence Hanley to ,EW YORK, March 15. —Thom- as W. Iveene has been attacked, rid iculed, patronized and "damned with faint praise" by the New York crit i ics, who are, taken as a whole, un in comprehensible lot. A farce com edy with a popular and favor currying star or manager is generally given twice as much space in the New York dailies as was devoted to Keene's excellent production of "Richard III" at V V iviwaiu AAA Ob Square theater. I may not be the equal of Ed >ut Booth is no longer on the est, Barrett, Davenport and may have all been better ac ey are dead. Henry Irving, vinl and Rossi may be Keene's it they do not live in the Unit if comparisons are to be made ly unfair to criticise Keene be thods and his work are alleged...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 March 1893

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 April 1893

Mil m iniMiinniM iii i Hi "^* diitrru^ m GUARANTEED. " K ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. ■CREASE BATTING. ■ Thinks the Pitcher Is Curbed at Last. Ur of base hits TROBABLE. It of Them May Follow the FMflie Post—The Different Attemptsnat Been Made to Diminish tlio Pitch ■eat Power. Y THE recent leg | islation on rules at the National k league's spring I meeting in New "York every man or boy in the Unit ed States who either reads about the national game sees it played or helps to play it becomes deeply in terested. The rules of the National league control I playing everywhere, whether it be or professional. Therefore the hanges made by the League in its rules will affect games universally ost important of these changes is Ich puts the pitcher farther back diamond. The experiment is a dar and the most conservative among ball observers await the result with isgivings. The increased distance illy five feet. Heretofore a line 60 n the home plate has been the ne ra of the pitcher—the limit of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 April 1893

Aberdeen Heraiil. Thursday. tSSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - Editor asd Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance to 00 Six months \ m t \ oo Thrce months | ' ] 75 Advertising: rates on application. Knterid at the postofnce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. Honor and shame from no condition rise. Act well your part— u lt pays to advertise." Man "wets" his new hat, but nature had it in for the Easter bonnet Sunday. It is to be noted that the saloon-keepers of Chicago are strongly in favor of closing the Fair on Sunday. Requests for information about Grays Harbor are on the increase. It is about time for Gabriel to blow his trumpet over the board of trade. Carter 11. Harrison seems to be a hard man to down. He was elected mayor in Chicago Tuesday against a com bine of the republicans and citizens. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 April 1893

iKF MENTION. for papering. niers Alliance and Point Loma i Friday. lish went up to Montesanoyes egal business. felson, of Tacoma, was among again Sunday. thins: to take for your blood Id's Lager Hear. Mrs. M. P. Trask were visiting town this week. ebie began the work of assess [e nine this week. rgia minstrels came down yes will Bhow tonight. a specialty of fits—not the (d, but the shoe kind. Adams and Alex Poison, of ffere 'n town Tuesday. de and wiie were down last [their home at Axforcl. Lee was down from Montesano pudav with his family. I talk of a large hotel being tason at Cohasset beach. Knilk at the Pioneer Dairy, if bod milk and good measure. * Ite was up before the law ex- Id this week for his sheepskin. U boys gave another of their Ir dances on Saturday evening, benstein was over from Port ay on a visit to-Mrs. Wappen- once' 15 or 20 men to cut to A. J. Stewart, Highland ||gjHS. Burgess left yesterday on a §MjHfclutives in Willapa, Pacific who has been over at on business...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 6 April 1893

THE HEVIVAL, IN ABEKDEEX. Large Audiences Hear Evangelists Con nolly and Strulile. As outlined in the Herald of last week, revival services were begun in the Methodist Episcopal church of this city on Sunday morning lask, under the direction of Kvangelista Connolly and Struble. The newspaper accounts of the work of these men in Seattle naturally had the effect of arousing the interest of the people here; and so, when Mr. Struble arose to speak on Sunday morn ing, he looked out upon a very fine audi ence indeed. The speaker took for the basis of what he termed "an informal talk" several verses of the first chapter of St. John, being the account of John's and Andrew's first sight of Jesus, their enlistment as His disciples, and the sub sequent call of Peter. Four principal thoughts were developed in the discourse: "1. Looking upon Jesus; 2. Following Jesus; 3. Abiding with Jesus; 4. Bring ing others to Jesus." The talk was listened to with interest and'seemingly much enjoyed. In the e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 April 1893

15 art advertising Lsists in ! greatest results i least money. ■n I COPPER Ifl-yETED B|2— —" 3ottom"PANl^ £VEiWi>AiR; GUARant^EDT^ fm ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, i" AT THE. WORLD'S FAIR. of Chicago Will Give Them a Warm Reception. i bo many unbidden and un lests in Chicago during the The crooks of every nation j# gatherings of people on nt the most profitable field loir trade. Pickpockets, con , bunko steerers, green goods le riggers and even sand bag there in force in the hope of in tho very few months dur lie fair will be open. i of Chicago will of course give the light fingered gen i reteption. Noted crooks tted as soon as they arrive ho shadowed unceasingly, n it is believed that many play only for big stakes will v.sted by the lack of oppor r their trade and will shake [ Chi -'o from their feot. co coi'iiui.s' ioners propose, if to have two policemen from pi* 25,000 or more inhabitants ; fair for six months, their sala- .1 by the cities that send them, ir management to allo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 April 1893

Aberdeen lieralil. Thursday. - - April l!i, 1U93 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. U. WALL, - Editoh and Publisher terms op subscription: One year, in advance |2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advertisins rates on application. Kntered at the postolnce at Aberdeen, Wash., as second class mail matter. Notices of births, mnrriases or deaths printed free. Obituaries, curds of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. Hypothetical Senator Allen will con tinue to be an hypothesis until after con gress meets again. The disreputable female element in town are making themselves obnoxious, and would better look a little out or there ■will be something to pay. And now it is said that all fourth-class postmasters will be allowed to servo out their unexpired terms. "Where are we at?" And "What are we hero for?" A man in Galveston, Tex., is catching all the mice he can, and vows that he will turn the whole herd loose if the women of that city appear on the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 April 1893

BRIEF mention. ABOUT NOW. In tlio spring the speckled beauties To a bite of bait aspire, . d their active movements wake to ' Ecstacy tho living liar.—Ex. Go to Borresen for papering. West is having a shed built at his mill | 0 r storing flooring. £ T, Wooding was in Seattle on legal business last week. W. B. McGerry went up to the Sound jlomlay on business. Mrs. A. F. Stevens has been quite sick this week with neuralgia. The death penalty has been abolished in the state of New York. The right-of-way for the railroad seems to be progressing favorably. Mrs. Livingstono left yesterday for Ta coma, where slio goes to live. jliss Hilligoss and Mrs. Van Winkle left for a trip to Elma yesterday. jndge (ioss and •'Blockhouse" Smith ,ere in town Tuesday on business. Inorderto be really stylish, you must m ar fine shoes, like those Jeff sells. jighop Junger was down Monday visit ing the Catholic church and hospital. i,C. Willey and B. F. Willey were in Montesa n ° Monday 011 legal business. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 13 April 1893

WASHINGTON LUMBER AND SHINGLES. (From Xorthwc -t >Ia r -aztue.) The whole of Western Washington, from the crest of the Cascade mountains down to the surf of the Pacific ocean, is a vast forest, hr<Aen only here and there by clearings and farms along the valleys of the streams. This forest region is be yond any question more heavily timbered than any other in the world. The stu pendous growth of trees which covers it is accounted for by scientists by the great amount of rainfall, the absence of low winter temperatures, and the cool sum mers. All conditions are favorable to the development of vegetable life. Amid the gigantic trunks of the firs, cedars and spruces there flourishes such a rank undergrowth that travelors who have l>enetrated the tropical forests along the Amazon say that the difficulties they en countered were not so great as those which must be overcome in going through these Washington woods. If we are to give credit to an overruling providence for shaping th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 April 1893

The art Of advertising Consists in Getting The greatest results For The least money. r»i. vii. COPPER HTWETED J-r" vl nl\V * Iffvii . 3©TT©Att>ANls £VE?W I>AIFS GUARANT£EDT^ A BIT OF GEOMETRY. |a Easy Method of Tracing nu Oval With an Ordinary Compass. When an pval is required to be traced, it |l generally done by making two arches, yUch fit into each other, although there gtiome expensive and complicated com ma by whiclt such a figure may be ob jjjjiied by a continuous stroke. Here, how frgTj Is a method by which you may, with 01*14 of an ordinary compass, trace such ngnn in one unbroken line: nke a piece of pasteboard, which may be nHy bent in any Bhape, and roll it up in tkeform of a cylinder; then lay your sheet i paper on this cylinder, roll it up so that «ly one side hangs over, and now with yonr compass trace your oval on it in this fij: Place the dry point of the compass at TRACING AN OVAL. the point which is to be the center of the oral and trace on this paper with yo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 April 1893

Aberdeen lierald. Thursday. - - April 20, 1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL, - Editob and I'ublishek TERMS OP subscription: One year, in advance $2 00 Six months 1 00 Three months 75 Advert|siug rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, Wash., «i second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. If the modern Noah hasn't built his ark, it is time he were beginning. The senato has adjourned, and Hypo thetical Senator Allen doesn't know whether he is which or what. The feminine waist has bean gradually going up. With tho empire gown it seems to have reached high tied. The Belgians havo been granted uni versal suffrage, and a revolution has thereby probably been averted. The sj)ectacle of George Uazzard in pursuit of a $7000 claim against the Democratic party of this state is as inter esting as watching a skilled burglar try ing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 April 1893

1 J BRIEF mention. I IWP ft P 6rin K' y pieet was in town yesterday. Lwood's shingle mill started np I ionJ» v * j g Qook was in Montesnno Saturday ' 1 -bosiness. _ j jjßenn le't Tuesday on a business Portland. 1 fftereff' 11 n0 ] ' nry trials ,tnrins ,ho l t terni of court. wint a good wholesome beer, , l^"w'ln h " r<l '" - crossings arc being put in on street, at 0. ■hke the Union Pacific and visit Malt and Denver enroute. » mTj De I.oih, who lias been over on Isonnd, came homo Saturda > r fff(el has two schooners on the way San Francisco to load lumber. ■ steamer Thistle brought up a Mof cedar logs for West on Monday. I j( C. Blake was in Montesa.no yester 1, on business for Wilson Bros.' mill. J. f Wooding, who has been in Seattle ■ business, came home last week. irrivalß of Fine Clothing and LnuiUng Goods iit ToklnsA-Kaufman's ■ Mi*» I,ie Finch, who has been vigit ■gMriß'ta Tacoma, came home Fri ■ jaoniber of Aberdeen people were in Laiam Saturday evening attending the ■j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 20 April 1893

COUNTY FINANCES An Official Statement of the Pres ent Condition. Tho Citizens of the County Asked to Give Their Views on the Proposition to Extend the Limit of Indebtedness. Montkrano, Wash., April 8, 18M. T« Me Cift'ws oj OWi'j Cuntv: Your attention is resi<octfully called to the following statements of the county treasurer and legal opinion of tho county attorney upon the existing excess of county indebtedness above the one ami one-half per cent, limit. Condition of county fund on January 0, IS 1 ,);!, with especial references to the limit of indebtedness : Jahpamt 9. INB. Assessed valuation Chehatia r.uni ty as per assessment rolliiof ISM W.MSjUJ 00 ltondcd ln<lr(Miuf> fs.\ooo oo Accrued Int. to Jail, •>, tS9S :!S Cnpatd w arrrantsUeuoral County run J so.ms 10 Total Indebtedness.. 4S Cash on hand Jan. VISIS. to credit liencral F\iiid 10.0N 61 Total tnitcbfuow lew rath on hand llM*,4> S4 I'* per cou». on ta.S2S.US ISS.S4O OS Over limit January 9. MM » 10.6W M The la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 April 1893

The art Of advertising Consists in Getting • The greatest results For The least money. fcil. Til. rnrrrmnni i 11 11 1 1 ■ JSOTT©MT > ant£ <3UARANT£ED7^ ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. i THEATRICAL REVIEW. Three Plays Carefully Criticised by Octavus Cohen. TWO BIG HITS AND ONE FAILURE. Dtt Silent Ilattle" Is Apparently Silent lower—"The Leavenworth Case" Is n Tine Play—Charles Kolilfij* Great Imper ■nwtlon— IJlxey's Now "Adonis." States. It was well mounted and more than well Acted, hit despite all these advantages it was an unqualifiedly dismal failure. Dr. Isaac Henderson, an American, is responsible for "The Silent Battle" which he dramatized from his novel, "Agatha." Under the latter name the play had a run fllteveral months in London, with Charles Vyndham in the principal character. Its success, and it really seems to have enjoyed it, in the English capital is incomprehen rible to New Yorkers, for the production here left nothing to be desired, and it is pretty safe to assume...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 April 1893

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. - - April 27, 1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY — F. R. WAI.L, - Editoß AND PUBLISHER TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance . 12 Six months 1 J® Three months Advertising ruteson application. Entered at the potto nice at Aberdeen. Wash., a 5 second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. Tub trans-Mississippi congress has de clared strongly in favor of free silver. We seem to be living ainid the wreck of financial worlds, according to the daily papers. Ik we biagged as much about the good weather as we growled about the bad, we. would be out shouting on the house-tops. The supreme court of this state has de clared constitutional the law requiring county assessors to assess city property. The Geary law for the deportation of Chinese will remain inoperatis-e until passed upon by the supreme court of the United States. Will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 April 1893

brief mention. Kelp the fire boys get their firn suits. Fresh bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. Eugene France is back from a trip to Olvmpia- The little steauier Alert was down from Qbwnopol' B Monday. j-j is en n returned Sunday from a busi es trip to Portland. j C. Pearson gave a talk at the M. E. dmrch Sunday evening. The sloop Flirt was hauled up on the , w ys Tuesday for repairs. \ beautiful line of Spring Millinery at jfej. M. A. Cram matte's. Mrs. Wiltsie, who has been over in Vancouver, came homo last week. Tj, e rate for the round trip to the World's Fair has been fixed at $#8.50. The tug Traveler left yesterday for Olympia with the Bowers dredge in tow. get your milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if TO a want good milk and good measure. * Mrs- Pe'T IXI,II M rs - Wyman gave a pleasant afternoon cntertainmeift Mon d»y. fl, e schooner La Gironde arrived last we ek,andis loading lumber at West's mill, fljrn want something neat and nice, jjpect the stock of neckties at Geo. firfier's. Jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 27 April 1893

LUMBERMEN AND THE NICARAGUA CANAL. Pacific coast lumbermen are the last persons one would expect to go on record as opposing the construction of the Nicar agua canal—an enterprise that will do more for the Pacific coast than a dozen transcontinental railways. But it is a fact that several lumbermen have ex pressed themselves as opposed to the canal, through the medium of the daily press. The personal opinious of these gentlemen should not be taken as ex pressing the sentiment of the lumber trade —and the Lumberman speaks for the entire trade of the coast when it states that there are not fifty lumbermen out of the 6,000 who are opposed to the canal. The opponents are. owners of sailing vessels, and it is because they are such owners that they do not believe in the canal. The different statements made in the interviews published in the daily _ press base their objections upon one and the same ground—that sailing vessels cannot carry lumber through the canal at a profit because of the...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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