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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 November 1893

Railroad Time Table. NORTHERN PACIFIC. (iKNKSKI. BRANCH. No, 110, —pn#>ftpng«>r—Utnosw to I'ullr.ian, ar rive at B:*JO a. m. No. 109, —pawnger —Pnltmnn to tinnw, Isam S p. m. No 165, —freight— t'u'limm to Stum, laaK 9:20 a. m. No 165— frn«lit It- : to I "ill hlllltl, arrive 2:30 p. m. „«.• BPOKANB TO JFMAETTA. No. nn—ngw Jnllaatta to Hpoknn*, nr riTO 9:50 a. m. No, 9— yonngor S|v>kuiif» to Jalioetta, srrtTa 1 p. ID , dt'imrt 1 85 I- ill. No. 60—freight—Juliaettn to Hpoktop, iirrive 1111 111. No. 59—freight— Hpoicaas to JallMtCa, arrive 4:OJ p. m, ONION PACIFIC, No. Hl— Pusenmr Culfax to Mohcow, arrive 4:20 }■■ m, No. 82—pnsf»t'iigi?r—Moscow to Colfax, arrive 10:41) a. m. Milton Bank Bobbed. Wai.i.v Walla, Nov. 13. Three this afternoon robbed the Bank of .Mil tun, a ima'l town of Oregon 10 miles hoh'li o( Walla Walln, and attempted to niiirdor A. Hopson, president of the bank. Ai :s o'olock three men mounted on horaes rod" up to ;bo bunk and die mounted. One held the hordes ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 November 1893

§Qb* fJullnmti fUfaljfc VOL. <>. NO. 5. HEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. U ,j, Bryant was considerably sh ik mlp, and badly bruised in « run-a-way Jut [Saturday afternoon while returning to hi* home from this city. A portion of the harness broke, which frightened the team so that it become unmanage able i""1 Mr- Bryant was thrown from th e buggy, and hia head was badly bruised by a wheel of the vehicle. Dr. Whitehai been attending the injure,! nul ,i, and Bays he wiU be around again In a few days. __81nce the decision of the supro i c court in the Denver vs. Spokane caae, there seems to exist considerable doubt as to the legality of the incorporation of Pullman. Even if the present corpora tion is not legal, the mutter will be straightened ou t without difficulty, as the c li not a citizen in the town who would wish the injure the city's .credit by making trouble. —Manager Lund, of the auditorium,...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 November 1893

The Herald, WUFOiJO ALLEN. EDITOR AND PubuShir rnhliahitl every Friday evening, at Poll Ulan, Whitman county, Wnthlnf***Bi All Advertisement* will Im> continued anil charged for until ordered out. HUB OF BUBSCRIFTIOHi ONE YEAR $2.00 lUX MONTHS ONLY l-OO Congressman John L. Wilson is a candidate for U. S. senator. The United States senate will never be a representative body till its mem ben are elected by the common people. The influence of the pr»sent method of election is frit through every session of •very state legislature. Ok the live representatives of Whit man county all but one, Mr. Letterman, favor a special session of the state legis lature. Representative Letterman, of Pullman, believes that the people are al ready too heavily burdened. Gekkkai, Jkiifmiah Risk, ex-secre tary of agriculture, died at his home in Viroquß, Wis., at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning, lie had been i'l for some time and dangerously so, but up to a day or two before it was thought his iron constitution...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 November 1893

SOUTHWEST NEWS. WASHINTOON. fg and his co defendants are to pleaJ Saturday. Tsensee has been indicted and is out on $20,000 bail. A H EJin has assumed the unties of pojtmnster at Kelso. Buenna will dedicate it* Lew lobool building Thanksgiving. The Kelso ferry cable, which went our in (be freshet, has been replaced at Some pains. V W. O'Kear, editor of the Port I'ownsend Leader, was acquitted of for gery after 16 ballots. A theatrical company is being formed 0 [ home talent at Walla Walla to tour the Inland Empire. Bey, H. B. Collier, rector of St. Matthew's, Sprague, has accepted a call In a California parish. The Klickitat Leader has found, after 31 years, that it was leading a forloin hope, and has suspended. The governor is to preside at a Thanksgiving entertainment giyen by the Seattle associated charities. The Cosmopolis and Hoquiutn mills are said to be working on a 40,000,000 feet spruce contract for a Kansas City firm, Jlr«. Alice Houghton is home at Spo kane from the world...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 November 1893

Com mv n I Hi oil. To the people of Pullman:- A- there lia» liosn ennie comment on mv remark* at I .•• city con y mum. on tin- ISth {nst., and in some cnww a wrong impression ■■ to my manias, 1 repeat t:iea» throngh the press. My wonU mn a* fol lows: "Owing to tli» fact that then i" a dixsro portionate representation of tho on-law-abiding element present, antt M then are four candidates iii (In- fiald for marshal, a plurality of all votes oast would not be a fair nomination, whereas a ■ ajority of all votes c«.-t woald be a fair method of nomination." Bom* mi.y ask who are tin' "on-law-abiding i'!.'iu.l.t." They ur,. the gnm blers, and thoir awoeintec, anil ii» there ware nt least thirty of such persons present ai I voting in a convention of ISO voter*, anil four randi dntos in the laid, tho nomination to i" maile on i. plamllt} vote, it '■■>» 1» plainly Man thai they held the Imlaaco of pon«r >'■• they Voted Boliil f»r one in, iw they iliil for the nominee fur niar»hßl of tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 December 1893

pje flttllmw ftefttlb *■ . I^J '±\\\ VOL. (5. NO. 6. THESPIS' DISCIPLES. The Auditorium Dramatic Company Scores a Great Hit M'Liss" Presented to the Satisfaction of the Large Audience. Nothing but praise has been heard for the exui Uent manner In which the Aud itorium I dramatic Company put "M'LUs, Tin 1 Waif »f the Sierras," mi the boards l ;is t Wednesday evening, and the ex pressions heard ure truly flattering to eaoli end every member of the company. And tin- audience was not one that noild praise Bimply because the players were from their midst, but many seals were lillol with strangers, and they, without exception, spoke in the highest terms df the presentation. "M'l.iss" is a lively, captivating com edy-drama, and the main features and climaxes were brought out last Wednes day nighl in a way that would have made ''"' author's heart glad. Mrs. Minnie Sargent, who bad the title role, added new laurels to her wrcatl , and made an entrancing "M'l.iss." No one had ever thought tha...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 December 1893

The tie raid, •VILFOJO ALLEN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHtR Pub',;. erery Friday evening, hi l"uU •inn. Whitman county, \\a-!ani,i.Mi. 11l AdTJrtiwnientg will l>e oontinnwl anil chitrcpri for until OrdSNd out. ii: U.ms OK SUBSCRIPTION! ONE YKAIt $2.00 ■il X MONTHS UNL) 1 .OO No time should be lost in re-incorpor nting the city. At best, it will be sev eral weeks before city government can ln> fully established. Oveu in Palouse City the business men n;.pare itly know how to overoonie the effects of hard times, us the News limits out with full-page nds. from three different houses. Govsbnor McGkaw has offered a re ward of $500 for the arrest of the d* faulting prerident of the Buckley stato bank, lie seems to take more inte '■ in bringing a robber to justice than in running down a murderer, i.s ho would not grunt the petition asking him to of f r ii reward for the arrest of A. li. Coop er's slaver. il the school for defec tivi yonth, at Vancouver, continue the publication of th'ir intere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 December 1893

How the States Rank. Colorado is first in silver. Washington is eighth in gold. Alaska ranks first in sealskins. Utah in third in (silver and tenth in gold. Montana is fourth in silver, fifth in gold. Florida is third in sugar and sixth in rice. Idaho is sixth in gold and seventh in silver. Nebraska is eighth in corn and ninth in rye- Minnesota is fourth in wheat, eighth in oats. Vermont is fourth in copper and sev enth in hops. Rhode Island is second in cotton and linen goods, Nevada is second in gold and fourth in aliver. The two Dakotfts lead all the states in wheat. South Carolina leads in .Rice, is fifth in cotton, Wyoming is twefth in cattle and four teenth in gold. New Mexico is eighth in silver and seventh in gold, Oregon •<■ seventh in fisheries and fifteenth in wheat. Delaware is the twenty-first of th* states in apples. Maine is fifth in buckwheat, eighth in hops, ninth in potatoes. Louisiana is first in sugar, third in rice and seventh in cotton. West Virginia is fift...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 December 1893

Railroad Time Table. MU!Tlli:i!\ PACIFIC. OEXESXE BRAI>C¥. No, 110,— rm«BTOK»r —tirnceo to Pullman, ar rive at 8:20 a. m. No. 109.—passenger—Pallmnn to >3«CMM*, leave 8 p.m. No 165, freight - l*u'lmna to <;«nwo<>, lonvo 9:20 «. 111. No 165—frciclit— Qi MM to Pullman, arrive 2:30 p. m. kkikajh to Jl I.IAKTTA. No. 10- pftp*wn|jpr —Julinctia to Hpek«ne, ar rive 9:f>oa, vi. No. 9—iwwmger—Bj«>knn*» t» Juliaettn, arrive I p. in , depart 1:26 p. m. No. 60—freight—Juliaetta to Bpokant, arrive II H. m. No. si) fntg] i —K|>okanp to Jnliaetta, arrive 4:03 p. in. UNION PACIFIC, No. 81 —FnfNPnger—4'o]fnx to Moscow, arrives 6:10 p. m, No. 83 at 13:15 p. in. No, i -i •■■■-»'■:■ Mo«pow to Col fax, nrriven 8:52 a. m.. No. 84 at 2.25 d. m. XOIM il \\ NEWS. WASBIKTOON. The shingle men nay the trust will stick this time, Four inches of snow fell at Golden dale Thursday, Ooosta's wild cranberries ar« being gathpredjby the bears. Another mill company hoe been in corporated at lila...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 December 1893

W$ ftallmw fUf&UI VOL, 6. NO. 7. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —This forenoon thethree bloodhounds' which are a part of 'the Uncle Tom's Cabin (how that is to exhibit at the i ud itorium to-night, were being paraded on the streets, they being led by three Pullman youngsters to whom the act assured a back seat in "nigger heaven," when the mammoth canines saw J. D, Layman's little dog, and all three made a rash for it. The boys who had hold of one end of the chains were powerless to stop the onslaught, and for a few min utes the air was tilled with flying mud and the howls of the dogs. Assistance was near at hand, however, and the un equal battle was soon ended, and after a few minutes' work Mr. Layman's dog was dug out of the mud and placed on his pins a,!aiu. _A meeting wi Ibe held at the city hhll to-night lor the purpose oi consid ering tbe town corporation, pro and con. There is yet considerab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 December 1893

The Herald, WILFO.ID ALLEN, Editor and IHibushcii PobllKhKd every Fri.lHv evening, »t Poll jura, Whitman county, Waahinirton. All A.lTorli~<nn"t« «ill Be continued and charged for until onlerod ont. TERMS 01 SUBSCRIPTION: ONE YEAH *-f°;; SIX MONTHS ONLY l.«K> Pol the proteotioo <>f those who hold oity bonds the town should be immedi ately re-inoorponited. ]Vi i.mas is etill without a city gov ernment, and no step so fur has beun taken toward reuicorp iration. The matter should be plsoed i» nomeones' bands, so thai it would receive prompt attention. What is every bodye'businees in nobodys' bnsioi Cleveland's message covers a good deal of ground, but he was careful not to commit himself on liny question in which the public was most deeply inter ested. The message whs doubtless written more because it was bis duty to write it. than because he wished the people to know his policy in the impor tant questions of the day. Jin, <'i.r.vi:i.i.iD speak* of a "a huh pension of wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 December 1893

jiOBTHWEST nkws. WASBINTIION. Cbcbalis owes $60,000, perhaps more. Tbe Keardon Messenger has stopped running- The Montesano tiroboys took in Illfi 8 t their ball. jr re d ,'lraut is back at Olympia from the Bolivian mission. A sturgeon-packing house is about to be pat in at Knappton, Keleo is suffering disorganization by jl# recent Denver decision. bomber is being cut for scold-storage „, , bouso »l South Bend. Lewis county will spend 810,000 on her schools the coming winter. jronte Cristo's daily railway mail sex vice from Everett began Tuesday. Tin v are making big plans along the Oowlit* tor bopvards next season, According to the Chronicle, Elma's .municipal campaign is on the whisky issue. Toledo and vicinity will have about 3000 fruit trees come into bearing next year. State Road Commissioner lianegan has sent bis resignation in to the gover nor from Whatcom. 0. LaDu. a pioneer of Cowlitz county, and now 80 years old, is dangerously ill at Mount Coffin. V. A. linzolline, propri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 December 1893

A Bargain Driven by Kntenon, We were (peaking of Emerson, and I nad shown my idolatry of that sweet Athenian Yankee, when my friend said: "There is no question that Ralph Waldo Emerson was a grand old American Bocratcs, or Plato if you will, but much of the starch of my veneration for him was taken out by the way ho once con tended with the newsdealer at the Cause way street end of the Fitohburg depot for the reduction of tho price of a Boston evening daily paper because it was of the Issue of a day or two previous. It re minded me of the huckstering I wit nessed in abakeahop some time before, •.-here a woman Insisted on having a t-cont loaf for 3 cent? because it was two days old, and finally, after a wordy con tention with tinl worthy white capped baker, compromised by paying 4 cents for the bread. "Ralph, the venerable, had theoour dgo of Ms mercenary convictions and in sisted for a tune on having a cent reduc tion on the price of the paper, The newsdealer, too, bad thi courage o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 December 1893

A Ipje fOf&lh VOL. 6. NO. 8. A NARROW ESCAPE. H. E Blatchly and wife have a Nar row Escape from Severe Injury. A Centrifugal Extractor at the Steam Laundry Bursts into Fifty Pieces. 11. E. Blatchly, yroprietorof the steam laundry, and his wife had a miraculous escape from serious and perhaps fatal injury at the laundry last Wednesday morning. They were at work at the centrifugal extractor, the huge steam "wringer" located in the engine room, when Mr. Blatchly heard a peculiar sound in the interior of the machine, anil believing thai something was wrong turned off the uteam power, and was just in the act of putting on the brake when the revolving mass of cast-iron broke into fifty pieces which were hurled in every direction ab.;ut the building. One large piece passed within a few in ches of Mrs- Blatchly, but the only dam age it wrought was to the walls of the room. Another piece passed uncomfor tably close to Mr. B.s ear and struck the engine, and so great was its velocity that ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 December 1893

Tile llort.ild, iVUFOID ALLEN, Editor and Publisher ral>li>hnl *Tt>ry Kriilny pTening, M Pull kliui, WliitlllHn county, WimliiinUiD. All AdTertiwmenta will be soßtlaaaii «nd rltarc* 1*! for until ordered out. ti i.ms OF si i,si BIFTIOHi ONE YEAH $2.00 MX MONTHS ONLY I-00 llov\ iiiuch oilier d.> you Bad time! tinoe the r,>[K>ai of the Sherman bill? Cii.vn.AMi in at last realizing his mistake in the Bawaiiao mutter, and will doubtlees make a turn in bis policy. He bow realim that l»> "K"t liin foot in It" when he attempted to ro establish Queen Li] on the throne, am) be now finds tha! his only OOUrM is to baok oat. Tin' citizens of I'oHt Falls, Idaho, winch plaoe was the home of (ii<o. Col gate, the oook left by tbe Oarlio part? tii perish in the moDotsioi, have passed resolutions denouncing the act, mid roundly scoring OarllO and Hiininel l! in wife to iaj that nini'tv nioe out of every hand red people who qaainted with the oiranmstaaoM believe that it was oow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 December 1893

■ORTHWESTTTEnS. WASIUNTOON. Ad extensive irriguti(U) project is on (jot in Wenatcbee county. rpjjg Washington State Horticultural ggeietv will meet atWhateom Deoember 14 to 10. Spokane in preparing to be itiireßea teii at tlio midwinter fair bj taking tnb- KjHptioDß of ?l each, Tbe pnoffsbedo on tlio line of tbe Great Northern aoroei the OaioadM will („> oompieted in a few dnvs. Tbe property of tbe Toooma Ezpoai t:ou Association is about to be tamed 0 „r to tbe company br the receiver. Snow is driving the deer out of Ihi Olympics to tide wat»r, and sportsmen onl'iiß"l sound Bra enjoying themselves. The Fannie Paddook hospital, m 'I'a ooiuh, Una cared for 3500 patienU ainoe jtß Joofi were opened 1 L years ago. A Mt. Yernon man has patented h tri cvele on wliiob be has made it mile ip less than two minutes. He expects to revolutionize the bicycle trade. The papers of Scuttle are in the iihu;i! equabble over the city printiDg. Thoir reatlerß are 1 reuttd to oolumns of Tery uninteres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 December 1893

Soul Communion Daft The last of the 17 days set apart by the World's fair management for "th< parliament of religions" is monthly whole world soul communion day and the sixth anniversary of its institution, Sept. IT. The first whole world observance was on the 27th of September, 1880, when "there was silence in heaven for the space of one-half hour," when a greater or lees number of the worshipers of all the great religious faiths of the world united for 80 minutes (time at all pi hits corresponding with the half hour inter veiling at Salem, Or., between 12 merid ian and 18:90 past meridian) in invoking universal peace and new and higher in Sowings i ■! spiritual light. Of course the World's: fair manage ment .1 not know in setting apart the 17 days between and including Monday the 11th and Sept. 87 that "the parlia ment of religions" would terminate its Besaion on the anniversary of this the most universal religions movement ever Instituted ami men, but such is the fact, and bei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1893

■ ~ *f' IPje fluilmatf ftef&lfe VOL. il NO. it. HEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicleti by the Herald. _At ;i meeting held lust Monday the organization of the Pullman Athletii dub was perfected, with E.O. Huffman, president: 8. Barghoorn, vice president: 1) K. Proud, secretary,and D. F. Staley, treasurer. The two upper rooms in the old school building liavt; been leased, and will be fitted up for a lymnaseum, where the club members will exercise their muscle. —Services next Sunday in the Metho dist eliurcb us follows: Morning sormon in harmony with the Christmas time; subject for evening sermon: "Some thoughts on the Bible as a Divine Revel ation." Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Junior League at 3p. m., and Epworth League at 6:45 p.m. A cordial invita tion extended to all. —Doctors Ksßig and Mason, of Spo kane, together with L'ullman physicians, made a careful examination of young Williams last Saturday, but decided that it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1893

The Herald, * UFO ID ALLEN, EDITOR ADO PUBLISHIH rublistMxl iViIJ Frlitaj evening, M Pali .linn, Whitman comity. Wwhinntnn* All .\il\.m!i- ■ ■■■ will hs continnotl »nd ch»rif«l for imlil ..nI.TC.I out. ' TEHMS Of BOBHCRUTIONi ONEYKAH **O° -IX MONTHS ONLY I-«M> Cleveland has given the Hawaiian correspondence to congress. Tbe ques tion become too serious a one for the stuffed prophet to handle alone, 80 be backs out of it by bantling it over to c tigress. WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. Special ('ortwpoMi««noi>. Wabiusoton, December IS, 1898. Haliled in In* extraordinary and tin- American Hawaiian polio; and humili ated in tlje eyes of his own countrymen us »ii! as of the entire world. huch is to-duv the unevinble position of the would-be American dictator, Orover Cleveland. Even the most pronounced opponent of tie administration can af ford to feel h little sympathy for Mr. Cleveland, who is after all the president of the United Slates. If members of congress would vote as they think, re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1893

NORTHWEST SEWS. WASHINTOON. Aberdeen will resurrect its chamber of commerce. Some veiy good colored glass has been made from Everett sand. The Port Angeles mayoralty election i, going into the courts for settlement. Waitsburg has recovered from scarlet fever and the schools are open again. The Spokane County commissioner* have decided to go ahead with the Cheney ditch. Spokane's Irish American society is receiving new accessions in considerable number. Judge Caruso has been held under $1000 for the murder of Dr. Herrick, of Port Angeles. The headline artist of the Spokane Review refers to Nat Blum as Judas Iscariot. Ex-Lieutenant Governor LBUghton's illness is a relapse of erysipelas brought , n by a cold. The First Baptist church, of Tacoma, has extended a oall to Rev. J. C. Allen, of Brooklyn. Ephraim Baldwin's will has gone to probate at Colfax and leaves hi 820, --000 t-ll to his wife. Methodist quarterly meeting is on at Skamokawa, with Rev. O. O. Luse, of Kalama. presiding. Th...

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