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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1894

The Herald, WILFOAD ALLEN. Editor and Publishik Published <wr>- Kriilny evening, ill Pall L.'nn, Whitman county, Washington. *". 1! Advertisement* will lw» continual anil charged for until ordered out. TERMS OP nnnnmi rrorii ONE TEAR $9.00 iX MONTHS ONLY. 1.00 Tiik Cosmopolitan magazine ami the 11ehai.ii one year for $2.50. Gbovkr thought his queen was good fora trick, but Pole trumped in and captured the pot. The Herald and the semi-weekly Globe-Democrat, of St. Ixmis, one year for two dollars. President Peixto, of Brazil, and the insurgent admiral seem to be afraid to bring things to an ißStie. That long looked for naval battle has the appear ance of having miscarried after the style of the lirover-I.il farce. A Missouri paper tells of a Mr. Fish who married a Miss Trout. That's noth ing] Mr. GoOSe and Miss Crow were married at Uniontown, this state, the other day, and at the marriage of our friend Mr. Onion, Mr. Garlick was an honored guest. Do you want the Semi-Weekly Glob...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1894

A HYPNOTIC IMPOSTER. |.wli,hm«n In. Could l><> Many Thing! "l or Tiii.l><->« of HjpnotUm. The subject who came to mo had been ' shining light in the profession, and I have reason to know that 1. I was ex ceptionally gifted. He had performed to crowded houses under levrral great artists at the Aquarium, and . Ist v. here in London and the provinces. He, had figured at select seances of scientific hyp notists lie had been privately operated on by medical men anxiously seeking after truth. And, by his own statement, he had humbugged them all. What oof had I, then, that ho was not hum bugging me? Ample proof. He offered, in the first place, to do tinder my direc tion everything which he had done in public and private seances when under supposed hypnotic control. I contem plated, in the first instance, accepting this offer and giving a demonstration to a select circle, and it was solely owing to myself that this was not done. As a preliminary, I asked him to ex hibit a ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1894

Railroad Time Table. NOItTIIEHN PACIFIC. OINKSKK BRAKCI. No, 110, —rww«nK«r—(leDoseo to Pullmiin, »r --riv«»t B:2<la. m. No. -pnw<(>r|;or—Pulliimn loO«naMie, laaTß 8 p.m. No 165, —fpeigM—PuUman to liern^' Iguto 9;'2» a. m. No 165—freight—Qemweo to lMllin»n. arrin 2:80 p. m. Sl-OKAXK TO JCTJAITTA. No. 10— i««H«ii|>or —Jutiiu'ttH t.i Bpaku c. »r rirp 9:.M'». m. No.9—piuwongcr—Bpok»E(> to Jnliaetta, arriTe I D. m , depart 1.25 p. m. No. 60—freight Jnllaotia to Huokane. arrm' ' Ha. m. No. 59—freight—Hpokane to Juliai'ttM, arrive 4M p. in. UNION PACIFIC, No. 81 — Pussngar—Colfar to Moscow, arriion 6:10 p. id. No. 83 at 12:15 p. m, No. 82—paAs«<nger—Moscow to Col fax, arriTM 8:52 a. m.. Mo. 84 at 2:25 v. m SlxtyOve Onts for Wheat. Regent K. 8. liiKraham of the agricul toral college passed through the city Sunday evening en route from Pullman to his home in Seattle, says the Review. "Kight in the line of the Bght The Re view is making for home industry," he told a reporte...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 February 1894

pje ftollman iLet&lft VOL. (»- NO. 1"». HEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. _J K. Ballaine came home from Tacoma the other day where he is at present engaged on the Daily Ledger and it was reported that ho was on this side to boom the inter state fair project. Ho v well he fulfilled his duty is shown in. the following announcement taken from the Colfax Gazette:—Born toMr. and Mrs J. E. Ballain, on January 30th, a daughter. —George Kiley, a lad living in this city, had one of his legs broken while coasting last Saturday. He was pulling bit sled up the hill and was walking di ■ m-fly in the Boaster's road, when a loaded sled struck him, and the bone of bis left leg was badly shattered. It is feared that amputation may be necessary. •Elder D. E. Scholeß, of Walla Walla, isl tiding meetings in the Baptist church, in'Siis city. Mr. Scholes presents the belief of the Seventh Day Adventists, ami is said to be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 February 1894

Tlic Hereild, WIIFOID ALLEN, koiWR AMD Pukiishih PublliOiftd i'v.tv Friilav ovonintr, ut li.. 1 uiui* Whitman oonniy, Wanhinijton. tO AdTcrtimnrot* will hr routlnu»o and chnr^t-.l for tmtil ordered out. TKUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: UNBVKAK >-• 00 ■ IX MONTHS ONLY . l.<><> Opening ef the Ntz Perec lteMivntloH. Many eyes are looking longingly and liopofiill. to tin opening of thai fertile tract of land, the NY/. Faroe Indian res ervation. Tap Hi:iiir.i> is in receipt of many inquiries from parties in the east, uiui other points of the mpaea, nil of whom are anxionf to become owners of a quarter section whan Uncle Sam an nounces to bis subjects Unit the reser vation is open for Battlement. The sen -Bijr« and repretentatiyes of both Wash ington and Idaho are hard at work at the national capital iv an effort to bring about this very desirable move, and it is thongbt that the land ill bi opened during tlio oom>ng spring. The Nex Peroas reservation extends south and east fro...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 February 1894

»■ as t Torpedo IloaU. The famous torpedo 1 latbnilde* M ] run' Scblchau^ his jn t attained .11 i nnKi'v-'t-Jnitt <1 BPWd «-'vl'" for :: 'is p1 lss f vessel, torpedo boats built by him for the Russian and Italian pjyernmehta having reached 2?j knots «v an hour's n'nat.-ea. The new Britten boats are to be 800 tons displacement," whilu the Russian boats are 180 tons, bo tlmt the former may «'.o better by reason.of great er power and greater s>ize. Hie length of Sohichau'a boat la 153 feet 0 Inches. the beam 17 feet 5 Inches. She may car ry 40 tons of coal in her bunkers, On trial, however, she had only 80 tons en board. The small guns carried weighed nitons; the torpedo armament, 6 tons; the crew, provisions, stores and firearms, j ii tons, drinking water, Si tons; engine and boatswain's stores and reserve parts, j 41 tons; so that all the movable parts 1 come to 20 tons, making, with coal, 40 j tons. . Tlio vessel and the machinery are j therefore very light. The she.l plates |...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 February 1894

DUAL PERSONALITY. ReSIDUAL PHENOW OF THE MIND IN SANE PEOPLE. Hits Feature of Complex 1. i .i \\\\\ I* Drat Srril 111 tin- Cm«« ..( ■ Si) CiilUml Al> rvitinlnil'il lUiftluexn Mla l:\|t(-rli>nn i of «1J» Slrrplnt: Mind. Eridcnco is pot wanting to show that fchat ws call prrsminHty is nu wttrcanolj 4i>mplex thin the sum of subsidiary \<c\ lonalltii • trhfch now shift mil chases like the Bffurea in a kaleidoscope, ami l£nin becoming sharply defined under torae abnormal condition crystallizo into t^ro nr more distinct grotipi of elcmentA, hlch alternately sleep and wuko or even coi'.\ist. These complex element) nay be »v unstable, the groups coinpoi* big tin ■ constantly breaking up ami tunning new combinations, that theidxa in' nmli' personality does not natural ly attach itstlC to them; it is only when tliey become stable, and especially when •ach exhibits a well defined couitcion*' ni»n that we begin to think of Buch a thing But besides the abnormal and diseased condition...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 February 1894

fpte ftallman HefiiliX VOL. <). NO. ir>. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. --The following timely article is going the rounds of the newspaper: "0. C. Fulton, who is farming the ranch of Silas Privett, near Kamiac Butte, has made several experiments in the use of wet wheat for seed, Mr. Fulton had considerable wet wheat which he con templated using for seed; but ill order not to go to all the expense of planting and then be disappointed in the result, he made a series of tests with the wet wheat, and has decided not to plant it. He discovered tha from one-fourth to one-third of the wheat never sprouted at all, but simply rotted away; while that portion which sprouted was very weak and unsatisfactory. The pointer to farmers is a timely one, and should bo heeded now. Those who have been figuring on the availability of wet wheat for seed for the coming season owe it to their best interests to make tes...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 February 1894

The Herald, ; >VUFO.W ALLEN, Editor AMD Publisher ' Pnbli»hed every Friday evening, at Pull I Man, Whitman county, Washington. /II Advertisements will be coutinned and charged for until ordered oat. TKRMB OF SUBSCRIPTION: unman 2.00 •IX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 ' During the yea. ending September 30,1893, 8,201 births were reported in the state; of these 1086 were males ar.d 1515 females; all were white except 4 negroes, 4 inulattoes, 8 mixed white and Indian. Whitman county furnished 251 white children. During the same period 1,278 deaths were reported of which Whitman furnished C 9. The marriages number 1874. Of these 8 couples were black, 24 brides and 'JO grooms were Indians, 2 brides and 5 grooms were BUlattOM, 2 grooms were Japanese, 18 brides and '.) grooms were mixed white and ludian. Of the brides 30 were under sixteen years of age, while one was eighty. The Chinook. There is no mistaking the chinook. It goes about its work like an Indian runner oh the trail— strong, keen, steady...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 February 1894

LIFE IS ESSENTIAL. . .— ttoned my >""'■ i" ' ft'l"l' ">' th» *"•*• 'i ™ v i In "->" If" I '"' made answer ami uldl '.- imvrer can destroy and no ' ■■' ■ "..i,-. ror°H,Mtli i-"11"-ii""" l""" Is .i Mate. ,„,, atom of form and .-a, I, i,,, , .if force S whether In motion, or whsihvr .it ii I, live by a law that l« never 11 undressed." i _„. then is the marvelous secret of death- i ToUve without We. ami to breathe without breath. -l.ißiua E. foots. THEY SAW THE GHOST Nearly every city, town or village in country that is old enough to have a j history has its haunted house and its i tor v'of ghostly visitants and eerie, un- I canny Bounds and sights connected with ! nome particular locality. To this rule Florence, Ala., many of whose older residences and families date back to the days of Andrew Jackson, forms no exception. Around several of the ivy clad mansions of the old town j hang mysteries which make them objects i of interest to the educated whites and of terror to the ign...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 February 1894

Rcve^Ui Hay Ad vent UK As tb&.'flUoution of the community has been culled to this people more or lees by theif^oleetinge in this city, some facts concerning their belief and th ■ nature of their work may be of interest to the readers of the HtIMLD. Seventh-day AJvoutists- h came sig nificant of the two distinguishing fun tttres of the faith of this people, viz:; Th« observance of Saturday, the seventh ■ Iky hn the Sabbath, and a belief in the personal advent of Christ have arisen j since the movement known ns the " Millerite movement" of 17-14. Seventh day Adr»ntista have never tet a definite time for the Doming of Christ, believidg thai the day or time is not known, but that, nil may know by the fulfillment of prophecy and the signs of the times when it in near, ['even at the doors." Their work hat been in tome respects phenomenal. They are not numerous, probably teas than 50,000 in the world; neither are they possessed of means generally, vet their work has grown marvelous^ in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1894

%^t ftailtttiin vol.. <>• NO- 17 PUBLIC RECITAL. The Literary Societies of the City School to give a Public Recital. H will be held in the School Auditorium Next Wednesday Evening. Tliere are two most flourishing horary societies composed of students of the public school, the names of which are {l, e "Columbian" and the "Philomath ',„" The two have combined for a swnd public recital which they have ar ranged for next Wednesday evening, in the auditorium of the school building. The entertainment is primarily for the benefit of a school library fund, as men tioned in the Herald last week, conse quently the small admission fee of 15 cents will be charged. The following is the program for the evening : Orchestra .j!i~M"bv I'resi'cient of l'hilomathuan Society, „ „..„_ "Papa's Letter," m Merle G. Garrison. hutrumental Duet ......... Anaen Polka Stella Elbert and Daisy Bubey, "Foreign Travel," " ' Anna H. (i rimes. "- , ..."Freedom and ratriotimn," Or""m Gilbert Crawford. SStion". '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1894

Th.c Herald, 1 ; AiIFO.ID ALLEN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHCH C , l Pobliahed every Friday evening, at I'ull 0 .nan, Whitman county. Washington, ill AilYcrtiwmmitu will be continued anti charged for until onlerod out. t TEKMB OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE YEAH $•-!.»>( IX MOUTHS ONI.V I -00 Jiihik Burke has 'accepted," and will act on the capitol conimissiuu. Thai probably means that he can at last, see where MoOruw points. TuEKeareage, the old sliip that fought the successful duel with the confederate Alabama in civil nor times, tn w lies [it the bottom of the ocean, having foun dered on a Central American reef last week. The objectionable condition of wheat throughout the country has brought out the inventive genius of Jack Snvder and that gent'eman ban manufactured and is now operating a machine which he claim! will thoroughly dry and render market able as Brut-class grain all the wet wheat that the fanners will brii g to him. The invention, as it is now being worked, consists of a two-inch ga...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1894

Renan's Poverty. Contrary to what is supposed by many, It, Ernest Henna left little private for- , ; tune to his family. So much so i; this ; the case that Mine. Ren i intends to , tell the library of her deceased husband while awaiting the national pension t which parliament will make no difficulty ! . in granting her. M. Bertl lot, tho lift- ; , long friend of Renan. says that the k-.tter left the world almost as poor as he was , on the day when he quitted San: (-Sulpica , in order to face the struggle for exist- . ence. Renan had the same disdain for money, per so, towards the end of bis career that he had when he said to the imperial minister who offered him a lucrative post, "Sit teeum tua pocunial" 411 he winted was sufficient to enable him to pursue his studies i.i ease and comfort. As a professor of the College of France Renan had 10,000 francs, or £100 a year, from which 5 percent, was deducted in order to form a pension. As director of j the establishment he had i'Bo yearl...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1894

Heavy Sentence Imposed. Portland, Feb. 13. — William Punbßr, partner of Nathan Blum, who became notorious through his alleged exposure of a great opium ring, has been Ben tenced to two years in the county jail and to pay a tine os $1,000. Blum if also under sentence of imprisonment, but is in Washington, D. C, with the purpose, it is said, of obtaining a par don from President Cleveland for turn ing state's evidence. Much sympathy expressed" for Dunbar, who is an old and heretofore respected cit'Zen, ami who has been in bnsinoSß in Portland for many years.' Lions Chen' Him. San Fkaxcibco, Feb. 11.- A frightful affair occurred last night nt Col. Daniel Boon's wild animal show nt the midwin ter fair. Carlo Tbiemarj, no attendant, had taken three large trained Hubs into the oage in the center of the arena, when Budilenlv the electric lights went out, followed by screams of agon; from the cage, and the sounds of the horrible Branching of the beasts jaws, The audience became panic strick...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1894

fpj* finliitmn fUMd. ■' '_.-='. ■ ■ M "' ■ VOL. 6. NO. 18. LOCAL HAPPENINGS., , I "" " ( Happenings in Pullman During the , Past Week. 1 Movements of our Citizens Chronicled i by the Herald. : —Robert Tripp was tried by jury yes terday and convicted of the crime of bur- ' glary, in having entered a barn in Pull man and stolen therefrom a saddle be- l longing to E. A. Shirley, says the Com- * moner. A. M. Craven assisted the pros ecuting attorney In the case, while Bull & Bull conducted the defense. The cir- ' cumstanoes weres rongly against the de- ' fondant, and his accomplice, Fred Chant, , and conviction was rendered almost cer tain by reason of a confession of his act made by Tripp shortly after his arrest. ' The jury was out only a short while. ( when, at 6 o'clock last night, the verdict ' of guilty was rendered. The Tripp case ' was rushed through in rather short order, ' and this morning Judge .Sullivan finished ' off the proceedings by sentencing Tripp ' to a term of tw...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1894

The Herald, | A'UFOID ALLEN. EDITOR AND PUBUSHI A Publish.*! every Friday evening, at roll I .inn, Whitman count;, Washington. 11) AdTertinementa will be conUnnpvi ar ! charged for until ortloretl out. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; iNKYEAK... »a.o IX VOMII.S (>N\.Y 1.00 Hill is a bigger mini iv the U, >S. senate tbut is I'K'Voluiul. Haw you Dotioed how glad tl* poli tician or offioe bolder ih to ice you the« ilaW: Election next fall. To be Dominated for an official posi lion In Cleveland Is hardly paramount to downing th'_> official ermine. It is i< lucky mnn who can run amuck through the senate without being laid on thi shelf. McHeavy refuses to take the medi cine prescribed for him by MoOraw, an i proposes to lake the matter into court. If, us be says, ho was removed from tin capital commission without snffloient cause, ho is cerliuuly justified in airing the matter, as silence will be taken by the people as a plea of guilty. thy paper iii the state, so far as noted, that has...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1894

■■ r! » 0 trlo Koads and Snowfalls, i [When luany of our electric rnf.Trgy - Sflfibm W«w l'°ys il; waa just about fM3""tiino of year that they got down V,"' theatric or up froi tho cellar or '';,-,' tho woodshed their old "double Sonera,"" polished and oiled them Tin anticipation of many eb^sta down the icy hillside roads. They «n doing wcttv much the same thing now, e-cept ♦hat the "double runners" have developed So electric railway snow plows, whoso function fa to spoil coasting rather than facilitate it. These machines are of tery recent origin, and are still in many ways experimental devices. Plows and sweepers have both been used to displace tho snow from electric railroad tracks. It has been thought by come companies that the sweeper docs itgwork too thoroughly, as it cleans off M the snow, leaving only the bare Ground for the use of other vehicles on banners. This causes delays to the elec tric cars and interferes with their prompt ooera tion. Crosby and Bell state in their b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1894

Chris Erani \n Jatl Again. Vwaua, Oal., Feb. 20.—A iherifTs poem surrounded Chris Evans' house at 3 this morning, having intormiiliun that Evans and Morrell were inside. Jlis children were there and a young man named Beesan wi.s paid to go in and get the children out, preparatory to a gen eral attack on the place. As soon as he reached the door he was pulled inside and kept there. A strong gorJon was drawn nround the house nnd half the town were gathered at a respectful dis tance. Word was sent to Fresno for re enforcemeuU and every avenue of ii cape was guarded. Finally seeing no hope of getting away, the banditti sur rendered. Evans and Moi rell are now behind bars in the county jail. The ne gotiations with the bandits were carried on by letters through Evans' young son. A Most Deadly Feud. Houston, Tax., Feb. 20.—The Fort Bend feud, known as the Jaybird Wood pecker quarrel, resulted in a quadruple murder today. James U. Mitchell is the central figure in the afftir Milton Sparks a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 March 1894

fp)c Ihilhiron HiftitiL VOL. 6. NO. V.X LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Mr. Canis received a letter from Senator Shoup Tuesday, which states that the fight on the reservation bill is ,1 .i« being made and in spite of the large appropriation it carried with it, he *as hopeful that it would pass. Major Hindman has been called before the committee at the Instance of Represen tative Sweet, to help urge the passage of the hill. Major Qindman knows the country well and is an able adherent to our cause. Senator Shoup also made reference to the bill introduced by Sena tor Dubois, concerning an appropriation to pay all volunteers that served in the Nez Perce war. The bill is still before the committee on military affairs, but will be reported to the pension com mittee soon. Teller. —Judge Sulliv 11 yesterday fine 1 J. J, Wilson, uho was convicted last month ol ln'iu^ proprietor of a gambling game, to pay a fin...

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