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

File H^reild, WIIFOID ALLEN, EDITOR ano Publisher Published every KriiUy eventng, at I*oll aim, Whitman county, Washington. A U Advertisement* will lw continual nn«l charged for until i>nli<rml out. TKKMB OP SUBSCRIPTION: UNK BAB (8.00 -IX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 Maßi'U "Jiiil is the day set for the ex eontion of Prendergast, tbe Cuioago nmrikrer. Wlhave personallT investigate!! the oliargea against the regents of the agri cult "nil college and find them ali to be the Billiest rot and the work of people who ttonld vcr.'ck the school for motives of persoual l«noge, Tekoa Qlobe. Tiik Tekoa (Hobe is mistaken when it BriTß that Pulliiinii is not waiting to lieur from the case now baton tbe supreme court before incorporating. Thin iity ih waiting, and it'o getting to be a rniguU monotonoiia wait, too. SHBBtrF Latrbum ib making a good effort to huve jitßtice dealt out for ouou in Whitman oounty, and the penaitv paid for one umrler. Ilia arlivo work Dow staoda a g(K)d chance of convicting T...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 March 1894

TO HER. Though „.:n.i,il I liavc not raet for vpßra, Toiii'-iit I w.iko In tbut i"i?t of tears One thought of ol J had the foruo to start— The Uiousht that never has lejl mi i art. Forlovo like mine, deny It who c.in, CmaMcrai '■, bat once, In the 111 trf man. And If 1"-' triumphs U.e skies may full. Ami if l'o loses '■''' Ices all. I wonder if you NB"ti porohanui gome word of the pai-t, some circumstance. Has proved tho worth of that force un en And miulo you long for what might have U?n Or In tin" future this mitten word Mas plead w.Hi notoa In my voice unheard To make you pause at the broken line And nigh and say, "All his life was minel" Ah. then perchance 1 shall hear the grass Pressed softly back ii- your footsteps pa ■ To bring where my sightless eyes may see The tear for my grave, di Died to me. Nay. do not come, for I think my love Would burst tho cerements, the weight above. And my fierce arms strive through turf and mold For you, with Hint force you feared of oldl No, nn;...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 March 1894

A Tonne lean's "Wild Oats." So far m a young man "towing his wild oats" is concerned, writes Edward W. link in tome editorials for young men in the March Indies' Home Jour nal, it has always seemed a pity to me that the man who framed that sentence didn't die before he constructed it. From the way Borne people talk one would imagine that every man had distilled into him at his birth a certain amount of deviltry which he must ,-'< ! rid of before lie can become a man of honor. Now, what is called "towing wild oats" is nothing more nor less than li LTii'lation to any you, man. It doci'ii't make a man a particle more of a man because In- has passed through * siege of riotous living and indiscretion when he was nineteen or twenty; it makes him just so much less of a man. It dwarfs his views of life far more than it broadens them. And be realizes this afterwards. And he doaen't know one iota more of "life," except a certain phat of it, which, if it has glitter for him in youth, become...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 March 1894

Ml • lli I fpjr ftallman flef&til VOL. (5- NO. 20. SHADOW OF DEATH. )r H J- Webb Suddenly Summoned to The Great Beyond, -^ [te Death of a Loyal and Public Spir ited Citizen Mourned. "T)r Webb i*l dead." As these words TCTB heralded from mouth to mouth last lunday morning a feeling of gloom, of Teat Borrow/ pervaded the community, or the doctor was known to many and leloved by all. For the past two months the doctor , ;1 ,l been ailing, ami of late his malady lad taken a serious turn, so that he hiui ieU knew that his days were short. But Be general community was wholly mi jrepared for the startling announcement ,1 jjtj death, and it fell like a thunder •lop when it was known. Saturday nornin;.' Dr. Webb left his home in his , B ual spirits, and feeling as well as waa , oi ,,iih.ii of late, and went about his bus ness in his usual manner. lit; did not return to his home at noon but his fam [j thought nothing of that, as ii was Opposed he was called out of town on liis professiona...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 March 1894

The Herald, AILFOrtD ALLEN, EDITOR ADO PuSLISNCH I'tili'iitKxl erery Friday evening, at Pull .oan, Whitman comity. Washington. 11) AdT«rtlMß>«aU will lie eontinned unil charged for nntil ordered oat. TKIiMS 01 SI'IWI'KUTION: vINK YKAII $0.00 -1\ MONTHS OMLJ 1.00 Tbk republican and democratic par tiea must get into action in Whit mm; county before long, as election time conies an und again in n fe.r months. The people's party seems h be the only one that has lime to keep its machinery oiled these days. Ex-President Harrison delivered his first lecture of B series before Stanford University, in California, last Tuesday. In the course of his remarks be said: "People must be loyal to institutions, not leaders," There's a whole serni-m in that little sentence. Citizens of Wash ington, consider it, take it as your text when your thoughts revert to the agri cultural college, and be loy%l to that in stitution. Put not jour faith in would be leaders who think only selfish thoughts. »z I'o...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 March 1894

'• : Whni m. Mann AOvlcc Wo« Good Ho who had muchoccasion to be a,l»oa< ,'. ,; :1 y when the snow, rain mio i ■■ 1,... ■; i ., rry wi ti the population If this town saw com.' queer Bights and i heard some queer things. One of th« ; worst crossings in the lower port of the ; city was nt the intersection of Croadwaj ; and Fulton street, where the B:Sfh and snow formed an expanse of suu:< ;ln::f, j which told nothing of the depth of the i mixture. Hire and there was a hum- , mock which Blight furnish solid footing, j but probably wouldn't. A young man, i essaying the crossing, stopped half way between the curbs, and deciding that the rest of the ford was impassable turned back. As ho did so he ran into an eld r-ly woman who was close behind him. \ "Beg pardon, madam," said he. "but von'd better not try it." The lady gave her skirts an extra ♦witch and glared at the youth. * "I want you to know," she responded, "that I never needed a man's advice. iD ,j i don't need it now. Lemme ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 March 1894

Parker Will VMd To-lhij. George S. Parker was arraigned in the gujHTkir court at 10 o'clock last Tuesday, on the information C arging him with the murder of A. B. Cooper, says the Commoner. Judge Sullivan appointed as attorneys lor the defendant, P. M. Ellsworth and J. T. Brown, and sot Friday, March Bth, at 1 o'clock p. m., ax tin 1 prisoner's time to plead. Parker looks like the jierson ification of distrust. He steered his eyes about the court house, in the manner of watili ili>j^, and teemed to spend hi» time while he s.it before the bench In studying tlic faces ol those about him. Aiii'i r> adini c <<<■ loformatlo . Prone outing Attornej L'ickrell turned to the prisoner and asked, "Is George 8. Park er your true name?" The defendant simply obi "That'i the name 1 go by." "Is that your true name?" repeated the prosecutor. " rhat name «ill do," said Pal Itcr, and it probabl j will. Ever since his incarceratian, Parkei has- pn served an implacable silence aa to tin- ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 March 1894

Mlf T) I fpje IJullnran fiefalft VOL. «, NO. 21. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicle i by the Herald. _ \ surprise party «ms tendere i Mi>. " o ,i. Hunker, at her. home on Sunny-i aide, last Monday evening, U being the oC cneion of her birthday anniversary. Tin- evening was mostp'eaeantly pasßed, j.,,,,,,1 cheer and happy repartee king the evening. Refreshnoents were served during the evening, and it is useless t" lay tbat this part of tin 1 program was amply attended to. (i,,,, Hazzard, head state hench man for the unterrifled, was in town Tuesday, and paid his respects to the Herai <>■ Geo. is inclined to think that ■omething will drop in Pullman before long and that Postmoster Lobaugh, whose polities don't match the powers that be, will have to give way to one of the faithful. Hazzard'i motto is "to the victors, etc." —A St. I'atriek's Day social will lit; given by the Epwortb League, of the Methodist church, ...

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

The l-ir/i-Mlcl,' AIIFOiD ALLEN. £D/n>it AM Publisher Published pv.ri FrMnv evoninfl, Ht I'ull jinn, Whltmnn county, Washington! 11l AdwrtuHMiirots will bl continued nul chariK«d for ant ordertMi out. TEH.MS 0] 51 '■■■ ftIPTIOH ONE YKAH 52.00 MX MONTHS ONI-V 1.00 ___„____„ ______________ i Johnson is to have n ew 1"'|" r, ''■ M. Nulty, formerly ;>f ibis city, to b" its editor. Bt 111; aJ. m the Rancb Uorold, the firel number tf which was received at this office this week, wo see that Johu W. Beaton ■■ now a "oouunellor and at torney nt law," practicing in Seattle. The average rale of wages poid to farm bunds 'ii Now York state iH 32 per cent, more thai the rale paid in Canada, and, therefore, the Oauadiuns will be able to Mil their farm .-: uIV in the .Vv York market! at '■'■- per oem less price than the Americans can. This will Le c pecially true of ilk, cabbages, eggb, cider, peas, straw, apples, bacon, hums, pork, mutton, beef, lard and wool —ull of wbicu are to be on the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 March 1894

A LION FAEM unW *''LD ANIMALS ARE REARED ] FO n THE MENAGERIE& IP A „,.„.,. Where Vo«ng Lloi.i ""-I Itaboom ; Ic. „„„ |.lhe Uo«t »■>« Kttlriu-An Al 8 0-j tl r)uM ,_,„„ genual Ml:-1 llr in" lIH. i.'Hi 0! Place lur M»» l» Armor. * for th« i*»t 2.000 years the seaports ot j 0 northern Africa have been the principal ti inur-lv stations of the goological curiouitj Q market. During the palmy days of, th« ti Circus Mnximua the Loinan proconsul : p *■„ vi.,,,0 Regius had apodal instructions ' E to supervise the weekly shipments ol 1 0: wild beasts, and our menagerie owners jt ( still import a large percentage of thti; j j, live stock from Oran and Algiers. The 11 ( latter city, especially, baa become a rer* , 0 : (jezvntis of international pet dealers, and ; d on my last "Kit to Antwerp Captain El- jti lr.i the traveling agent of the famous! h Hagenbeck sale menagerie, gave »'" at; Interesting account of a lion kennel in the neighborhood of the ancient capita' of the Algerian pirates...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 March 1894

ills Xcrifl-Tnllcl Him. Little Bock, Ark., March 18 —The I following. story is given hv pHisengors I arriving on the "Cnnuou Hall" this »i ening from Texaikaua: "A plan to j rob the Internatiooal .t Oroat Northern I northbound express al MoXeil's Swil hi Tel., at 2 o'olock this morning, was f.Ußtratetl by one if the gnng losing nerve. The plan to rob the trail bad been brewing tot a week. Official! «vie: given a tip and the train was heavily guarded. At Austin one of the gang boarded the train, intending to m-k the conductor to Bto] at MrN.iii. A- the train approached McNcill the conductor wiis Bign.iled to Blacken speed, expecting to be Bagged, but the robber aboard discovered the officer! and failed to give the signal to ultnek the train He was so closely qoestioned by the officers that he Teased the plot and agreed to help trap the gang tonight. He waa ordered to tell them that there was a company of racgen aboard the train last night, but to stop the train tonight, when they ■. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 March 1894

fpje Pullman fieMft VOL. 6. NO. 22. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Hovements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. _Tlie OiU Fellows' hall was crowded last Friday night, and the program, as printed in the Herald was carried out. Following the musical and literary part of the program lunch was served, and then the dancers took possession of the floor, and till morning the merry dance continued. The Odd Fellows are mak ing great successes of their entertain ments. —The sad news comes from Butler, Missouri, of the death of Ltisie E., wife ofO.D. Fisk. Mr. ami Mrs. Fisk for merly re»ided in Pullman, Mr. F. hav ing charge of the "kid" band. Perltoni (ia was the cause of Mrs. Fink's death. She left a baby girl, only a week old. \ver'fi Cherry Pec'oral possesses pow erful healing qualities Which manifest themselves whenever this remedy is em ployed in colds, coughs, throat or lung troubles. Its anodyne and xpectorant effects are promptly realised. It is a...

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 March 1894

The Herald, WllfOlO ALLEN. Editor AM) Pl/BUSHM Pabllohod every Friday •n>nlnf, m I'nll wish, Whitman county, Washington. Ml Adnrtlaementa will be coutinord and charged for until ordered oat. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: UNEIKAH $2.00 ■IX MONTHS ONLY 1 .OO Kbkf your stock Dpi Doa't herd it on tbe lawns in tbe oity. Sivekal; spring powni could be used at this office. It is still too cold 10 do without n flre. Say, Grove, old boy, send us word next time you go duck hunting, and we'll try to join yon in the expedition. Your party is n dead duck out here, and It might help to swell out the game bag. To DAT, Friday, is the day set for the execution of I'remlergast. The whole country hopes that the governor of 111 inois will not interfere, but will allow justice "full swing." Good bye, IV n dergast! Win i.i 1. the city affairs are in the pres ent unsettled condition, the -'cow ordi nance" iB, of course, inoperative, but ! every Hock owner should see ilia! bis \ ciw does nut ran hi liberty wit...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 March 1894

ADIEU! yon hsvn » heart of lire and Rold - Iv,, „i nnr fire for me Is brlshtj i ioull fowl ,!avs(if old, Which Mt'iiu'd lOßhnw your heart aright Not ml"' 1 "> mil "'""">' the crowd ' Win' worship iron and bend the knee- Tnsini! your praises loni? an.l loud: Utn'» silence I* I'eserveil for me. .... love, that U both dumb anil deep. ' Is freely given, as Mis true; What »«'"-l mill thr fates may keep I know not. but I .-ay adieu! I uny adieu because my part Musi be in leave that whirling train. Where every moment is a smart. Ami every day a year of pain. Walter 11. Pollock In Longman's Magazine. IN THE CAB. 'He allers was queer, Del was." The observation wm given without so licitation Jerome Bonner was not the man to wait for an invitation to exprei t his opinion His long habit of sitting on tbe boi «'ith his hand on the throttle ready to "pull l>er open" did not influ ence him in conversation. Only in tho ca b with tbe schedule before him, was he amenable to signal. There he ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 March 1894

Art mission ef New M,VUco. Washington, March" 20.—Delegate Joseph of New Mexico, will make a move as soon as the appropriation bills are oat of the way to secure a special rale by which the New Mexico statehood bill will be given right of w■ v and block all other business in the house until a quo ram makes its appearance ard passes the bill. As party linos will be drawn on the bill, be can hope for no help from the republicans. The hit tor want Okla homa admitted at the same date, in or der to secure two republican senators to offset the democratic senators from New Mexico. It is urged also that the Utah and Arizona bills, already passed by the house, give a prospect of four detno crrtic senators so that fairnei a urges tbe admission of Oklahoma as well as the other three territories. A SUtit Hollar Kartorjr. Omaiu, March 19.— Four speciiil treasury department secret service men, in addition to the legular force em ployed at division headquarters, and the force* of the United States...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1894

'v: — -^ *■* ' V* */i/V- I 7"< .... VOL. 6:'N0.23. FOR A CREAMERY. fleeting of Farmers to be held at the Palace Hotel Satur ay. Everyone Interested is Invited to be Present. : on Saturday, March 31ft, at 1 :30 p. a meeting of all those interested in ■-'tTie establishment of a creamery at this point will be belli in the lobby '" the prince hotel. There iB capital available for fitting up and running a creamery if the farmers can ami will give guarantee that at least ij millions of pounds of milk, or the ■■■product of about ->: average cows will be produced yearly. If more than this amount can be produced it will reduce the cost of operating the plant, and as a result will give better returns to the pro ducer. Here is a most favorable opportunity for the farmer to put in practice the much mooted question of diversified ■farming, and by giving the proper guar tn tee the farmers .of this vicinity will open up a new; source of revenue, and ; o ae from which they % will realize cons...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1894

rhtcH^reild, #11 fOIO ALIEJi^JtOITt}H AND Publisher l*iil»]iiih*»l «very Friday pruning, nt Pall .^wa, WhitmKn county, Wnahinitton. .ill AdT»rti««*»ni(»nt** will be coutinoed nni! ch&nrwl for until ordered onU II am Of si BHCHIPTIOKi vINK VEAII "-■-•(XI -IX HOHTHBONLI 1.00 Coxkv's Briny will prove a bleesing in one way; it will ke»[> a large number of vagabonds in one group ftp that the po lice can keep a better watob over them. OIMIVI B «' I '. 11. AMI llllH boon preii dent foi on* year. An iden of the con sequences ma? be hud from this extract from the Washington Independent, v democratic paper printed by :i membei of the legislature: "'The ominous thun ders roll nod tin- sound thereof verbei atee and reverberates from one end of the land to where the dashes against the shore of the mighty ooean at the other end while theliglitnirga play about ne and with its nimble feet ami glnriog Hash nt intervals blinds oar Bje« " That Beems to express it.—Review. A Ludicrous lit'tnliii...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1894

MY SOMETIME. bv/EETHEART. °q, , . liuartm am' not Uipw l»»f'« where the wr.tera iu:no«: The" l» a Po«t whwo the roaretns meet! And in the mornlija of Miiao e iad morrow Wefhnll presst ho Minima with rated lo it. crimucli *ho l» w ilh tt I1"'-'™1"1'lvi" know ■«•• i"mv cm I Wl »" f;"d h» when „,.. mv heart to my thou <aa show her, 'A» pl'o Ul be now-aa eho will then? And »ha la as fair as tho fairest fair: *5S C to a* true us the truest truths Pure f!i purUj'-lioly us prayer-* -llc'r lii'a'-t !-.,■! t tr<sh in the (alth of >"uth w'illi t, suans- gayety r-vcr ■heonliw in aye* tb«.t can spai kla w uli wildest fun- Or sober to team ami epnast incunln- i Whin tears are timely and lauuhl r ■ Inne. I ijruv to mciit her with isonl unsullied Vsiiir'iwill l.c— with a heart untorn IJko a fallow iii'ld, all t,'tti hod and guUlcd, Where piusinn's torrentM their ways liars worn. Can I falter »ml fall beyond retrieval. With the thought of my lady to deter, Wlu-ii nil t)l:lt l;11>'1"" ft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1894

' WASHI>WTOS STAJE NEWS. . Chehalis has orgiio a commercial club. Chehnlie county's interest charge Jig i ures oat $30 a day. A corps of the industrial army is be ing recruited in Spokaoe. The snowfall at TUr.mbvill* hi* win ter was 29 feel 7 inches. That Ocoeta woniau is actually ex pecting a visit from Mrs. Leaae. Tbe voice of tbe Castle Koek Advo 0 ite is lood for a creamery and cannery. The SludebaKers are sait' to contem plate putting in a biancb factory at 'I'm coma. Tbe children of CaßtleKock are taught by private schools, three being in tot sion. The Montesnno |H>i>ulißts aro challeng- IDg the world fur join t debate, with DO lakers. The mail servi-w fro v The l>allen to (},>ldendale has been made a daily one. •xeept Sundays. Wh*u Mollie Mush, fair but frail, died in Da\ton last week, uvi«r 150 morphine bottles were found in her rooms. Over 1(X) trampt Damped in .Sprngue Frulsy night. They were en route east, and moved on the next morning. Along Crab creek, Ad...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 April 1894

§Pb* ftaUitroti fkMix I VOL. 6. NO. 24. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During ths Past Week. Movements of oar Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. ..Bulletins No. 10 and 11, from the ex periment station have been received. No. 10deals with the relative merits and de ments of the different varieties of wlie t. barley, oats, peas, and forage plants. 8 0 , 11 is the preliminary report of the feeding test with swine, . Both are by Prof. E. K. Lake. They :"' very hit '" eating for farmers, and can be obtained applying to the college president. —The Hill murder case is now in the hands of the jury, the attorneys having finished their arguments. Those ho have heard the trial say that the general opinion i ; that the verdict will be either for murder in the second degree or fur manslaughter, while the prosecution is as sure of a first degree verdict as the defence is that the prisoner will be ac quitted. —litrt Williams, the young man who has suffered so long from a tumor in the broi...

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