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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 January 1891

IENERAL NEWS. king of the Hawaiian at San Francisco, Jan. 19th. has introduced in the a bill for the protection of sea that Representative Frame, was offered $3,000 to put Squire. this state, will be like divided into three parts, and be a county. Pacific railroad has the odd numbered sections Indian reservation. alliance members of the have agreed to vote first, last and all the time. the "iiridescent" poli- for a new trial in the case Rose and John Edwards, who of death for the inttr ■■Fredericksons at South Bend, at Olympia. of the states of New have resolved not to any money for the exhibit at tair unless congress ceases to pass the force bill. Alger timber land cases ■Hi decided in favor of General R. R. K. llawley, the traus- S. Bailey, by the commis- general land office. storm was ex along the eastern coast on Sun weeks of unceasing effort will to get the telegraph wires they were before the U. S. senators were Jan. 21: From New York, ill, the vote being 81 for Hill Evarts; f...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - January 29, 1891. ABERDEEN, OH GRAYS HARBOR. 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|>okane 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 seaport 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 deen's magnificent location at the junc tion of two rivers and at the head of nav igation would easily place her far in ud ■ ance of any point or ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 January 1891

■Aberdeen Herald. Bttda , - January 29, 1891. ■iel, or the Half-breed I t ROBERT. A. CI MMINO. (CONTINUED.) I CHAPTER Vm. WAB ANI) PHILOSOPHY. b1 having departed on his mission rt Oswego, the little army under rn began its march, confident that aemy would not recover from thoir Ise in time to harrass its retreat, jgh the commander had no doubt hey would follow as soon as they collect their demoralized allies, ously feeling their way, with the wks in the roar to guard against [se, they roached the Blackwater at the close of the second day's i, at the point where Mardcn ran idian blockade; but there was no of the enemy. They had probably L their allies and formed a part of 'orco recently repulsed. Selwyn 5d to. place the river between md the foe, and at once ordered instruction of rafts to convoy across, a task easily accomplished 3 rancors, who cut the trees in uni [engths with thoir axes and bound together with wild grape-vines, night closed the entire force was iped on the opposite...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 January 1891

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 January 1891

HHideen Herald. ■■ - January 29, 1891. signals. Rain or Tempera- Cold Snow. ture Signal. Wave. ■ to temperature. When placed r2, it indicates warmer weather; below No. 1 or 2, it indicates ir; when not displayed, the indi hnt the temperature will remain [o 4is not displayed unless a tem -6 degrees or lower is expected, is displayed, No. 3 is always redactions for the weather are re by the board of trade, and the a from the pole over the board's ,y combination of flags can be f referring to the above explana kptains will do well to consult before sailing. LOCAL I Boon is again on the run. king into the happy Humptu ■Veek, to have been more or a hol- Isquare than a square deal. | K is preparing on a grand Le inaugural ball to be given ly- Kin blue, N. G. W., will wel lo are invited at the armory I next. first street, 50x130 feet, with residence, for sale at a bar- By at this office. Hayes, of the First National ■figgers" for one more in the Vs a girl, and arrived last lerdeenite shoul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - Jnnnan 1 «>t* 1 The Nicaragua Canal. The report of the committvc «>n foreign relations,. accompanying the Nicaragua canal hill, recites the fact that time, re search ami exi>eriment have ilemon strateu that the only adequate, efficient and practicable passage across the is.h mus is that by way of Jjike Nicaragua. As early as 1850 the construction of such a canal seenieil to be an immediat • and urgent necessity, but the British govern ment had seized the country at the mouth of the San Juan river, the necessary At lantic end of the canal. The British government at that date were anxious the United States should not control the enterprise, and the United States were quite as solicitous that an anti-republican and European government should not establish itself in America. con siderations led to the Clayton-Bulwer treaty, under which hoth governments hound themselves not to obtain any ex clusive control over the canal or "'colon ize or assume or...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 January 1891

■n Herald. January 29, 1891. the Apparently wrned. is of the Medico-Clii- London, Dr. Bowles ig excellent advise: ts been placed for a downward, to allow from the mouth and on the side and kept fuously, except when a minute) the body seconds on the face ;the same side always ; side oecomes clear. I d then the other side >ecause thereby the is suddenly flooded ung that was down o clear one lung en loth half cleared. ;urned on the face n a water escapes trils. If one lung escape the iuflaiu sm the inspiration upper lung has is useful to raise he head as in the j the entrance of into the lung is >n the back at each escape of water a. good influence s propulsion of the . The continued 1 method is an ex >ing the pharynx he Medical Record his treatment in a insiders it BU]>erior or Marshall Hall □erican. Dredger for the Canal. launched at Ren ;eam up, a power pper dredger built iimeon & Co., for instruction Com mi of Chief Engi >acity to carry 400 d will load itself in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 January 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - - January 29, IBSH. THE OLYMPIC MOUNTAIN'S. « Three Main Ranges—Large Amount of Agricultural Land. The entire range appears to be, at the first glance, at confused mass of rnoun- ' tains, apparently piled one on tup of the other; but on closer examination we find that it consists of three main ranges, con- Meeting with low divides. These ranges are the Gibbons range, extending from , Cape Flattery in a southwesterly direction \ to Mount Constance, its principal moun- ! tains being Mount Olympus, 7,800 feet: high, Mount McMillan and Mount An- j derson. This is the'highest and most 1 rugged of the three ranges and contains many huge glaciers, one on Mount Olym-1 pus being five miles long and three broad j —depth unknown. The seconil range is the Miles range, extending from New Dungeness on the north to Mount Eleanor, overlooking Lake Cushman on the south. The most important feature of this range, which, by the way, is the one visible from Puget sound and H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 February 1891

PARAGRAPHS. lir will now be transferred of the newspapers, and the country will become jaut. , contests in the several many sore heads, and it seovered that they have jlled heads. n that does not explain, Prof. Koch concerning >art» ot his lymph. Per nan so intended it.to be. rising that the political a Nebraska sliould have nor Thayer crazy. They I that effect upon lots of eeplv interested as was canal people have heard profits of the American id determined to attempt loney to complete the iof lotteries. It is largely i;k whether they succeed, meral Wanamaker still postal telegraph scheme, the cold shoulder con upon it. Drop it, Mr. d take up one cent letter cant to please the people, t's motto, "Be sure you en go ahead", is a good one it it is just as well not to nucli time in ascertaining are light, or you will find sllow has gone ahead of you.i [ratifying to stock raisers to •ance will shortly rescind its it the importation of Ameri [ all of our two-footed hogs 5 sent to Fran...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 February 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - January 29, 1891. ABERDEEN, OH GRAYS HARBOR. 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 Spokane 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 seaport 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 deen's magnificent location at the junc tion of two rivers and at the head of nav igation would easily place her far in ad-' Vance of any point or city...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 February 1891

■erdeen Herald. February 5. 1891 IN THE WILLAM ETTE valley. Bin Land Company of Salem Oregon g some choice bargains in fruit | I id is situated from 3% to 5 miles State Capitol, with its excellent acilities, cannery,etc. and is es japtetl to fruit raising. •e tracts from $55 to $75 per ultivated and ready to set to 9 tracts partially cultivated for re. acres light timber land with g branch $35 per acre. five acres fifteen acres in culti ing branch running on the place • acre. • res of choice land all cultivated. Be, some young fruit already 0 per acre. ures of land all cultivated, in 1 year, for $65. iree acres, twenty-five acres cul ine spring branch, place all for $40 per acre. Users profit from $100 to $150 le trees are four years old. istrious man can make a good his family while his orchard is to bearing by raising vegetables is crops for the cannery. Let us ,t amont you have to invest and [vise you as[to location, r maps, pamphlets and price SOON LAND COMPANY, Salem, Oregon. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 February 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday, - February 5, 1891. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY F. R. WALL. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP subscription: One year, in advance $2 00 His moattofl 10° Three nunths 75 Advertiaing rates on application. Entered at the postofflce at Aberdeen, W. T., ss 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. Wit do 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 of a personal nature, where it reflects to the individual discredit of any one. Defective flues will fly away with the city some day. The inspector of chimneys should in his examination of the chimneys in every building in the city, and see that they are not built on the orib-work plan. Is it necessary to make a few more remarks on the need of a hotel commen surate with our growth? A p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 February 1891

JBrdeen Herald. February 5. 1891. signals. I Rain or Tempera ■ Cold Snow. ture Signa/. IVave. « to temperature. When placed r2, it Indicates warmer weather; I below No. 1 or 2, it indicates Br; when not displayed, the indi ;hat the temperature will remain fo. 4 is not displayed unless a tem -15 degrees or lower is expected, is displayed, No. S is always redictlons for the weather are re by the board of trade, and the d from the pole over the board's ly combination of flags can be y referring to the above explana aptains will do well to consult before sailing. LOCAL court next week. issioners met on Monday. time to subscribe—towards time to subscribe—your <sn- cleaning up the streets. r is building for himself a corner of First and I building on Ii street, is being fitted up as a store has built a residence for second turn on the Ho- rough train from Tacoma over the Northern time to subscribe —your sending some advertise- east in every mail that is having an entrance to made from ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 February 1891

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 February 1891

■re-eaters. Slderosrraph- They Are Dona. for • Living—Latest ■crtft. Including Uim and Klaetriolty— the SeenM. time in this oountry men and women dime museum to va- variety hall to a astonish the natives, ■o seemingly the most m FROM THE LEO. lin that line, and as flcult to learn their bed. Ps of fiery entertain er, been lately aug ther and sister, whose e puts every thing in leen here. They arc s as Earle and Ollie i further dignified for i the "Human Elec rs." The Salambos with their fingers and bey open their mouths Dame two feet long is ; they but touoh their | of their fingers; they Lrax and blow sparks— [—from the end of a THE COATING. I they take a gas pipe >n it, and by the sim ting an end in the f their hands across Dod-sized flames burst taliow candle is held s Oliie draws a digit 's arm and a spark l the candle and ig »the pipe into a bowl >w a bubble from it, led by the other ig ind, in short, they do ags by the means of tively marvelous. ra had a fasoination 9 alw...

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

Aberdeen Herald. Thirtdtj, - - February », ISiM. TOURIST AND SCRIBE. Os > Tr»MHJUi««I»I Trip-TW; Take a L«k U tk» U*d La»d~"iloy OtCT ik XmUu- Mak* KktickM of T»» >~«- mUMm aad l)kwi» TV UjitUlioi «wMie. ■ KL W tlx Softfcwert S«w» *r.d Ijterary !>««•«. The transcontinental U«ri*t who is I jrtiuute enough to secure tl»e £nt<!aij accommodations aflbrded by one of tbe cacrowded and not over-heated Pullman est*cbesi which is scuietiotes ased in coo cectioa with tbe Northern Pacific railway •> stem, sees comparatively little to gratifv either a romantic or a practical turn of mind. after leaving tbe environ* of Min i eapolis,"until he reaches tbe diminutive lat of the Mtseiour: r ver, whose immensely augmented cur t-TiSs bad, on «)iae previoa* occason, commanded Li* admiration at Omaha. I is true that he would w much to interest hitn in crnamng th»* Dakota*, hat th* acenery is gmerally of an expansive and mocotonon* character, marked by a ti.i en«m of topography a hich eve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 February 1891

NEWS. I men are after Survevor naugh's scalp. foble has suspended the de stant Commissioner Stone imber land eases. The de e gave about $100,000 worth tieral Alger. *>en introduced in the legis ts Jones to allow cities and huse twenty acres or less of ir burial ground, ray, backed by a Chicago 1 soon start an independent orning paper in Portland, after the Seattle Telegraph uent to enter the field the locrats have guaranteed rertising and 5000 subscrib ing of a list, ittelf. —Olym- a prize-fighteri was UHHHe in a "glove contest" at Kedinger's shaving open to the public until a night, and every day in among the mills on which has been under for some time has not yet jHI! The larger mills appear number of small mills admt of a successful com- might be crowded out low prices, but as soon as lumber was raised, they ■ack in full force. So the has been given up for the is said.—Mississippi Valley TRANSFERS. I H Filed for Record From ■ to Feb. 5, Inclusive. Hlen & Co., abstracters, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 February 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - - February 12, 1891. ABERDEEN, OH GRAYS HARBOR. 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 Spokane 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 seaport 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 deen's magnificent location at the junc tion of two rivers and at the head of nav igation would easily place her far in ad vance of any point or c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 February 1891

Herald. - - February 12, 1891. FACTS. I hough the still undeveloped re ts of this country are so vast, we are Liong those who point only to tlie I, in spite of the disadvantages of Communication which have hamper lerdeen's growth, the location was le to be overlooked and pioneer en- Be has established itself here. Five logo the site on which Aberdeen is was covered with a virgin forest; » it is the only city in southwestern nngton. In the race for supremacy [so far eclipsed all rivals that it is L the manufacturing, marketing and K center of the great Grays Harbor [. A resume of what has been done lerdeen shows: ir saw mills running, with a daily [ity of 200,000 feet. pundry and machine Shop kept con y busy. pingle mill being constructed with inual capacity of 2,000,000 shingles, b sash and door factories at work pying 35 men. hip yard, at which a three-masted iner, with a capacity of 600,000 feet jnber. fee salmon canneries whose annual it is 35,000 cases. p best electrically light...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 12 February 1891

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