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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 April 1894

The/Herald, WILFOXD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher Published .-very Friday evening, '«' lull kins, Whitman ronntv. Waahin«t<ro. All A(lTHriim>mt>ni» Till be rontinned ami clunv<»l for until indued oat. — TERMS OF SCBSCUNTION: • YEAH . ..S^.(KI ■ IX MONTHS ONLY Mill Tub council will have to uppoint two ■ '» aldermen if it is decided thai Pull nan is a third class city. Trot out yoni candidates. Thb city council has got a question of economy to deal with in handling the city aPairs during the next year. "Econ omy" i» the question of the day with -• rporations as well as with individuals. Thk college regents held a short nes '■.on in town the early part of the week, doing up the busiuean before it in one day. Nothing watt heard of tiie "ohaxgee' at this meeting, and if they are acted upon within a mouth it will be necessary to call a epicial seKhiou. The mon who are property holders, and thereby tax payers,are not the ones who are joining Coxey's army. His re cruits are of the...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 April 1894

i> r . ionem of :!ie Revolution. IJpo-i th- death of Mrs. Anna Maria '..,„,,'_ which occurred at Eastoa, Pa., „ \vl'dues'Uiy, lie lust Revolutionary widow who drew i: pension in this dis trict was stricken from the lists. Mich -1 Fritz. the last survivor of the war of tqa in this district, died about a year B^o"at his homo near Reading. There jjjjj several widows"of the survivors of the war of 1812 drawing pensions from ,i. P Philadelphia office, and quite a num ll T o f the survivors of the Mexican war. The theory that pensions prolong life l-the removal of the constant worry to which aged persona of the poorer classes subject is borne out by the remark »ble vitality of th" vast array of pen sioner! There are ill IS widows of Revolutionary soldiers drawing pensions throughout the cc try. Mrs. Young, who died on Wednesday, was tho oldest, having been but il few months less than 100. She was the widow of tho lato Cap tain Jacob Young, whom she married when she vas 22. Despite her ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 April 1894

- Assassinated * SfWp Man. ;. HorsK, April 2.—pews bus reached J ere of a brutal mttnler near American '. Falls last Friday, Hugh Flemming hav ing l>*en killed by three unknown tni n. There bad j been trouble between the Flemming brothers and some cattlemen, the latter claiming the Flemmiogs' *heep destroyed the range for cattle. The j'ieramings were notified to leave, but laid no attention to the order. Thu 'itmblo had apparently drifted over, but <"n Saturday the tl'ree men ro '■■■ out. to >he place where Hugh Flemming m .Hiking after sheep and shot him to v>ath. Sheriff Sullivan with right mounted Indian po ice is on tin trail of the murderers. There is much excite ment over the crime and threats of lynching are freely indulged in. liiots In Coke Campx. Uniontown, Fran., April .'—Tbo Ft jnn has broken and the Bceueß of 1891 die being repeated throughout the coke . pglon tonight. Tho big ooke works ,'r« stopped with nil the bttendant riot ing and destruction of propert...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1894

fpje fltiliman fUf&tfL —4T LJM.J VOL. (5. NO. 25. COLLEGE NEWS. AnlEterestinff Batch of Items fn State's Colleg-9. I The Atteadancs at That Pop tution is K-ipidly I The following were received too late [of publication last week: Bishop Wells, -I Spokane, visited the museum Monday. Prof. Fnliner is on i Hgogar Beet," ami "i ■'•■'< •■ Col. t'oiiiK 1!" expn \m theekill displayed by l'rof. Ii Brwgingthe muaeiim. Prof. Waller has begun to put into ac tive work his plans for grading and lay in. of the roads of the campus. Xhc senior preparatory elm piduation exerci es ;.l the cli si ol this iirtu, and there will be Bpiriti 'I r for rank in class. The bright Bprl j d «wk have been full of ii c an I onOollege Hill. The new ti ■ Wednesday, and tnosl of i lie ol and leveral m « been tnrolled. The work hui rap with an earni Btnesi and inteie cannot fail of Biiccei . Messrs. Chas. Chamberlain, of Spo kane, and Speaker Arrosmith spent the entire day in visiting the several depart ments of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1894

The Herald, A IIFOAD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher Pablinhad •very Friday evening, at Tall .. an. Whitman county. Washington. ill AdYertiaemsnt* will be continued and chaisad for until ordered out. TKKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . NX VKAH $2.0(> • IX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 EvKitv newspaper in the state con demns the verdict in the Hill case. A few cents put into trees and plant ed on your property will enhance its value by many dollars in a short time. Don't delay, but put out a fsw trees 11lia si ring. The Pollard-Hreckinridge case has taken up no much space in the daih papers of late, that other and more im portant news has not been given. The end of that disgusting trial will be hailed with great satisfaction. Tub Hill cuae has cost the I upayers of Whitman county 840.CXX), and what have they received in return? Hail the verdict been in keeping with the testi mony the people would have been re paid in sutiifaction, but as it is. it was inonoy thrown away. Better make an attempt to bring a man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1894

rV A Fortunate Toulli irk -a-,.,,.-, on an inbound train on * 'niton m"1 Albany railroad were »c Soused one afternoon lately by P**.i',l,-of a gay Lotlmrio. When the at Natick.a h unison* "Cc man was seen standing on tho ■'Storm hidtoG an affectionateacUeu P 18"' ua llv fine looking yonns worn '° She nestled up to her fond admirer JUa brushed imaginary specks off tha **? the train was about to Ktnrt he ff«san effort to embrace (he idol of Ins Kbut was ranked by the young •Minaii who Fred; thero aro too many »Not'lure. Fred; there are 1 to many '"S^FTcd" whispered a sweet goodby »nd jumped aboard the now moving trAs'tho cars sped on to Boston, Fred ranidlvf the girl he had. left be hind biinand seemed to care.but tittle L the attention that was shown to him ° those of his fellow passengers who tad witnessed tin parting at Natkk, Rut Fred had another treat In store for the passengers. When the train pulled no at iluntiim'fon avenue, ho alighted with a merry heart, and before tho peo o...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1894

Seniors Crashed lA Ike Ire. St. Johns, Nfii., ApriJ B.—The seal ing steamer Walrus arrived here today with a cargo of 10.000 Beals. 8' o waft : aught in the Ice and crushed fifteen <!nys ago and was leaking badly whin (he reached here. Much danger was • Tperienced in getting her bom*, ai she ! .id been crushed amidships ami her rides driven in. Her timbers are broken and the vessel is in a much damaged condition. She was abandoned for « vtaek by her crew while undergoing re pairs. The Walrus reports that several other ships hare met with similar mis haps and that the seal fishcrv i? m a poor condition. Train Bobber Hammers Free. Jackson, Misß., April 8, —C. O. Sum men, the famous train robber and des perado, agaji made his escape from the ! eniteuliarv today. The me I lay was hs adroitly planned and at skillfully ex ecuted. In his eioape a few months ago he foo'ed the guard by telling him the sergeant wanted to see him, and be baa instructed him to act us guard till he returned. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1894

IPje fhtUman fUtftlft VOL. 6, NO. 26. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizans CoToniole '. by the Herald. Considerable complaint cornea t" this office from different parties ii town In regard to the many petty thefts tii.:i are being committed by boys, One per son reports that three were re moved from his plow at different times, ami 11 in t lie afterward found the ini^sin^ articles in a second band store where they bad been solil for a trifle by the boys who had stnlan them. .Many othi r iirtiriiH have also been found in the same wanner. Several of tin. 1 buys are under gusnicion, and doubtless an example will be made of some of them before long. 0. r. Barkwill, proprietor of the Moscow Green House, has the thanks of the editor of the Hsbald for a bouquet of surpassing beauty, which was deliv irad into our hands through the kind ness of 0, M. Jtrune. The bouquet was a product, of Mr. Barkwill's green house, and contained many varietie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1894

The Het-ald, GILFORD ALLEN. Editor and Puslishi/i Published every Friday evening, nt Pull .. «n, Whitman ooontjr, Washington. Ml Advertisement* will be continued nuil charged for until ordered oat. TKRMS OF SDBSCIUITION: I YKAB 52.00 • IX MONTHS ONLY . I .OO Tax Tribune, we understand, has prac tically changed hands, and bus jumped out of the democratic ditch. It is an old Baying to make the best of a bad thing, but drover is making the worst of a very bad administration. But then, bis actions are consistent with his party. Dkmociui \'\ race is run; the people have seen that they can enly expect bet ler times through the republican r. ad way, and the hosts aru gathering about protections banner. Send your children to tbe Washing t<u agricultural college and nchool of science; the state has done its duty by tbe youth of the laud by richly endow ing the institution, and placing iv it tho best of instructors. Now is the oppor tunity for gaining a good ednoation; it is tbe gift of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1894

FLIRTATION. all her modiste's bills i I .Uy. Tou know, ma there, It Is my way I never fret when women ptay vVtolM. in spite of X ° >"»- You ask mo why! -That 1 not the reason, fir," ,ou say. g-rq^^'Urerdl.ul you a»k me_^ Kate field's Washington. P» Good Jndg* »f nuuißu Nature. l noted Methodist minister of Ohio . ,7. of an incident that occurred on a ZL on which he was traveling east ward to attend a conference. When tho train had left the second station beyond n___ the conductor, who cli. iced to be r^ihionerof the doctor, came up to SRd said: -Brother C--.ther ß ' B j woman in tho next car who says she had pocket picked since getting on the rnin'itD and S;!V!1 R''° n"9 no mon «to pay fare. Now, as you are a nod judge of human nature, I would like to have you talk to her and sco if the is a worthy object for a free ride." The Rev. Mr. C promptly acceded to the request and went into the next ar where the conductor pointed out the' woman in question. Mr. C walked leisurely up the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1894

FACTS ABOUT WHEAT (Continued from First Page) The tax on wheat iaaported, (us in France and Germany, restricts the mar ket by railing the prioe to the consumer; but the existence of such a tax is not of recent origin and does not affect the question of the demand for wheat or the due-line in prices during the last decade. The future of such impost on »heat in Germany and France by which farmers are favored at the expense o. tbo rest of the people, who are compelled thereby to pay more for bread, may be learned from the experience of England, where a similar onerous tax was collected for years, but which was gradually lessoned and finally abolished altogether; also by the recent action of the German Got. eminent looking to the admission of wheat into that country vii reduced rates of import duty. These things being July connidered, it would Bi'um that the theory of over production is not only not demonstrable 6.s regards the present, but ibat there in do ground for the upprebtnsion (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1894

fpjc ftallitmtr' fUf&Ui VOL. (?- NO. 27. TYRANNY Pullman and Her Insti tutions Endangered by a Band of Con spirators. They Seek to Tear Down and Destroy the Best Interests ol the City. The People Must Arise as a Common Body and Protect Themselves from the Destroying Hand. The Hubald has ever been tin- cliam pion of Pullman and her institutions, and now, when the fortunes of this paper are trembling in the balance, it proposes to be true to the past, and if, perchance, itisliouUl be the expiring warning, we propose t<> give the alarm that may Bave the town from disgrace and destruction. Some t\v > thousand years ago, Cicero, In the Roman Jorum, when denouncing the conspirators of Catiline, exclaimed: "Who are these conspirators? liny air men broken in fortune, ami are now seek- Ijgto replenish their empty coffers by tk destruction uf Uoinan institutions unity tlio wrecking of tin- fortunes vi tlio«e«\\ho have been more succci?r-iul tlian they." A conspiracy against Pullm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1894

The 1 tdretld, A.'LFOAD ALL IN, Editor and Pubushik PnbH«h«d every Friday netting, i>< Poll 4* an, Whitumu county, Wtu»liiniiitni. .' U .AdTortl*6niWit» »ii] bo couti.iuiHl hiii! chsrgwl (or until ordonol oat. TKItMS Of BVBBOBIFTIONI . i Sfl YKAH $3.00 -IX MONTHS ONLY 1.0.1 "Mb. lhor" ohh ftmnd out Id his el forts to brouk up the ajrioßllnraJ 001 l ogi>. lli« mask as "Dr. Jeki II" (ailed to work. From Walta Walla comes the "Garden City Gazette," a weekly newspaper thai bean the ■tamp of so,poms, At least it disserves success, us it is a handsome sheet, and Wilbur Fisk Bra its editor, evidently understands bit business. Tna visit of those eastern editors to town last 'J'uosdiiv will aodoal pror* of great benefit to the ooantry, Beporta from them t () their res] jmiiiiHip will reroh hundreds of tboas ands of n«d*n, many of whom are i t>mplating ii mov»> to tbp « (iov. MoQbav in a man of too mach giK>d, common Bense, and withal, too much lore for justice in hia make u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1894

!.'-' "TEMPORIS /ESTU3." ' nlnv upon the ROldi n shore *««£££ break.O'er Hand ami shlncl. ,' "utfrtng «rr:>.v and wreaths of shining •"?!_ waters, with th>!r silver crests n»? |,H-KIU th« moanllglilVi iniiy gIoWJHU? w«c ■ mournfully their lullaby. -tide [ «t»nd upon the brink *'"".,„, to the moving wavo i)f music the heres" tl al soft i frail. ■Them" -■> forever, wondrous sweet, r^'Card on the pinions of the idertono fto«U""' mvßtcr iou3. solemn undrrumo I**' »'""'*• ' ; fraught with mystic dream* "^"Undreamed of, ami untold desires ofth IS whi'Wen fires do burn awl throb II"'"' 'i, mortal breast, unquenchable, Une®"" 001 -Mo with the groat unknown! k upon Life's shore the w»vei of Time KJRIIibh evcrchanglnir round, niU! sorrows of the day and hour "'•^i Ami evil in their common com f'Sc, and for ever secret* l»e A -vmn undertone of human Fate, SiwSwning mystery doth mark the beat '■* iVand touch the trcniblln* chorda n hidden thought and action that entwine 0 .*taml presen...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1894

WA9HISUTON «*ATE NBW9. Port Townseud is threatened with an other daily paper. The Northern Paoiiio pays $12,675.89 taxes in Cowlitz county thii rear. Sprague has jnst organized what it claim* is the stroDgest la, cro cc team id Mm state. The Kittitas Bod and Oun club, of F.llembnrg, is preparing to prosecute with rigor all offenders of the game laws. An interesting feature of the mass meeting demonstration at Khlh.hh, in Favor of bonding the district for $G<iOo for a new school house, was n procession of 100 children with Hags a< d banners. In the grain fields around L.iiah som* of the spring sowing is a!rendr up ami looks well. Full sown grain is two or three inches high and covers tin* ground t oroiiglilv. The last winter was v fav nrable one for fall grain. The Gray's Harbor Commercial Com pany is filling aa order for 50,000 feel o( fir and spruce fiDish to go into a cruis er which the Cramps, shipyard at Cbes- U.-, Ph,, is getting ready. This is the first oiler from them. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1894

Ipjje ftallmatt ftefftlib VOL/6, NO. 28. CHAPTER NUMBER 2. The "Ganß' Claims that it is Working for the "Best Interests" of the College. The People will not be Deceived by the Declarations of the Conspirators. It is claimed ''3' the "three tailors," dMcribed in last week's Hkrald, thai L, were working for the''beal interests „; the agricultural college," and that (hoee opposed to their methoda are op -jggd to tlial institution, tf this be true ,| KT ,- in little hope for the "best inter ests" of the college, which, by the wa>, It owned by the Btate, which has nut us yet, ami never will, delegate to these Jar'tits its "best interests." H Satan should occupy a pulpit and cluiui that lie was working for the "best interests" of humanity, would anyone believe his declaration? Certainly nut; ud no one is deceived by the claim of tl, e conspirators,except it he theinselvi b, tor they are so wrapped up in their own conceit that they may believe they can deceive the public by their talk: ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1894

The Herald, f *ILFO.<iD ALLEN] Eoitoh and Pubusmk Published *my Friday cTeuing, at Pall ;. an. Whitman eonntjr, Washinirton. 11) AdTertiMinanta will be oontinned and charred (or until ordered out. TKIIMB OF BCHJCUIITION: • YKUi $2.00 •IX MONTHS ONLY. 1.00 That man ia not a desirable citizen who expects money without work. The republican policy is to keep tha wheels of industry turning. Do you know how to put your shoulder to the wheel, and start up the now silent mills ar.d factor it«« again? The problem is easily solved; vote the republican ticket It's Work That's Wanted. The Moscow Populist says: "Wo de mimd a circulating medium of not less than firtv dollari. l'ut the party in power that will giye you that. The peoples party is the only one that can u»d will do it." The Populist doubtless means a cir culation of 350 per capita, But how does the new party propose to put $. r>o in the pocket of every man, woman and child in the Cnitn? Certainly thuy must work for their share,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1894

T HE HEROOF TODAY. ! CLEMENTS OF CHARACTER WHICH j RAISE MAN TO THE FORfe * uv> , lB o(t*"1 Ju<le<"' DJ the Mt'" n" | * dnllr€ b» I» • Nn"°" -v lll° i;ul of I „mr n Sh» Honor.-four.iKi- I* V.I tli oo)T mi»Hty B«quUi*» In • lloro. ' ft is a truth which has not yetro tii ho fully realUed that much of the char ter of an individual depends upon hi i n.ii of heroism. What be admin and ' Sails a good test of what he is. cr rather what he longs to be, and his heroes ill always have a strong til ractive * .„, hich will draw him as I iraa pos- Sbtainto their sphere. In all the various jLes of the hero one quality remains forever prominent-courage. The can nibal who has distinguished himself by number of his murders, the robber hieftain who had held thousandsal bay, c Indian with liis belt adorni with •alps tlle duelist who holds his Vie Ssoperthan his fancied honor, have .. i [i tiw es past been '' lvr<l' us heroes, •nd whatever estimate they now receive bo one denies their coura...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1894

L. M. Kinrer Tittki of the raluuse Copntry. (Tn*oaia Ledger.) L. M. Binger, president of the Pall man Land and Investment company ■ad of thePollnißH Mercantile company, owner of 130() acre* of orchards along Snake river and Poaewnwa creek, a farm er of 1200 fertile acres near Pullman, a pioneer, and one of the wealthiest men in the Pmlouso country, arrived in the city yesterday. H» is registered at the Fif» hotel. Mr. Binger used to ship grain (ran Al mot a and Lewiston, on the Sunke river, as far back hs early seventies. Ht> branched out into the mercantile busi ness and into fruit raising, making a suooe.-s of both. ■'When I left Pullman v week ngo the furmers wore a month ahead of last year in putting in their crops," said he lust evening. "The prospaots for a good crip (ire fine aud the fbruiers are nccord mgly jnl>ilant. The ground is saturated aa a result of the heavy rains during the lall and early rpring. It le still raining, too. "There is not much money in cir3\il» t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1894

fpje IXI IHt P Jp TvIAJP* VOL. G. NO. 29. STATE'S OPINION. Sentiment of the State in Regard to the Conspirators' Efforts. The People are Not Blinded by the Gang's Selfish Work. There is but one opinion throughout (h§ state in regard to the action of the Hug In opposing the progress college. That opinion is that the motive is a purely sellish oib, and that then" is no justice or truth in it. The following, which appeared In last Tnet jay's Tacoma Ledger, shows the feeling on the west side: OliYmpia, May 6. —Quite a number ol people liere who have been watching the Pullman agricultural college investiga tions Jurinc the l )aBt three years me innch interested in the talk of the com ing Investigation which it in expected Governor McGraw will make as at ted Ingunday'i Ledger. Several things, in dating admissions from interested per- Kan, inpicate that the pending investi gation is being brought about by them in ntho succeeded in having the personnel of tlie l>ouril of regents changed ...

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