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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1894

riie I l/r.-ild. : IFOW ALL£N, Iditor and PuBUSHii. Pul.lieli.vl every FriJny •nntn£, st Pal) nn, Whitman couniy, Wiushinunm. 1 11 AiWertiM'niMits will bo coulinuwl »n<i oharfed for nutil onlprtxl out. TEUXIS OK BUBSCRIPTIONi 1 NKYKAII ,', 52.00 ■IX HOHTHH uM.v .. t.OD Tuink ol ■ man al the bet t.f a great iMtitatioo of learning who cannot wnU tlie English laßftaage so as lo be under stood! Lilley either wrote the article. eutilled "A Cowurd," which appeared iv laal w.fk's Traitor, bi was, at least, present win-ti it was written, and passed judgmenl thereon. Tl<e article said that t-jmeone was drunk, but leaves it B do batable question BI to ho was the pur son referred to, althoag, th« langu.'ige of the article would indicate that it wan ih« minister. The time bus oome when Pullman ■just take li stand for or against the Ben wlm are conspiring against the wel fare of our town, and ai cilizeii.s of tb« state we must show that we have Ihe in terestß of tho state at heai I by oppo...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1894

uujkclkan people. ! rR r A T mass OF HUMANITY TriE LACKS CLEANLINESS. f«fnl »oli u'»eflelal "aj * In •""a,,. Writer Would Spend 81.000, ---fT^Ml.gßh.B»UTb.n.-Cai*l«». Jrf Klce Folk* , i. n o immedia i danger of my " . millionaire's grave, and yet mVr things have hnrpened. Either •""mmay fa" heir t0 a colossal for jon , don't lose sleep over thi pros nOfl' self nor need you, my dear, but fUVorld of ups nd downa ho can i» n außJ t ° a day may bring forth? "Ss'teU you a few of thetl I to do with >»y possible millions? rr°Cfirt place, 1 ehaU build bath -11 11 an-1 stock them with soap, per- K^and towels for humanity at large. «St to saving the soul conies the care /the body, and most people are fully r«dlcss of the one us the other. In !fj to my mam'-or oi' thinking a Eancti- SVI in ouwholesoma body would iThardlv worth tho keeping. I declare unto you, and if I do not ak the truth come I >rth and dispute ire who can, that tin masses of man- Hndknow less about cleanliness than Swsd...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1894

WASHISinofsTATE SEWS. Wonatflbee's ichool bonds sold ut pur. Chehalis gets its nrc light* for 15 .'arh per month; South Bead*! cost $13. The DmatiUa loaded 136 lons of paper at the Everett mill for San Fraooisa >. The new state normal building, nt KHeiiHburg, will be oompleted sbont the 15th. Waitsburg is preparing for tbo oom uiencemunt exercises of i'.h aoademy next weak. A Philadelphia firm placed au order for 500.000 feet of lumber al Hiiqniam last week. A cougnr has carried in lambi awnv Ihe past wtH'k from the folds of I. Mur mv, of Kln-.a. Robert Chitbot'ii cranberry ranoh, on Bhoalwater bay yields about 8500 bar rels nnnunlly. Qeorgs it, Williami, v oelebraUd ne gro prcaober, ha* began ■ series of meet ings ut Seattle. Eleven oarlosds of shingles Itf. What com Thursday for tfae Kusl. Tw»l\e more are louding. Tlw Tenino shingle mil) is ranniDg steadily, turniug out Bbonl 80,001) • liingles per day. Tl,e 15 percent, dividend autho iwd for the Kirat National bank of Whatcoul...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1894

She IBuUnttm Mttalb. VOL, 0. NO. 30. PRESS CENSORSHIP! Can the P. 0. Department Exclude a Pa per for Honest Publication of Facts? Postmaster Lobaugh puts this Construc tion upon the Postal Law. * * "Congress shall make no law .-ihridijing the fremlom of the presß." —Constitution »t the Coiled States. . With the gang of conspirators it is any thing to keep the Herald from publish ing the facts in regard to their past and present attempts for reinstatement in the agricultural college. With the Hekald unmuzzled their plans were sure to miscarry, for they knew if their methods of procedure were known the selfish motives of their deeds uhl lie bared to the public gaze. When they found that they were unable to throttle this paper by threats of mort age foreclosure, there evolved from their minds, fertile in diabolical schemes, »plan, the result of which was, .we be lieve, the visit of the village postmaster to this office last Wednesday. Mr. Lobaugh stated that his visit was toinlorm the ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1894

THE HERALD. \\ ll roBD (lit v PnbllslMir. PULLMAN WASH. A MOOD. Oh. to tw alonel To eseaiHj from t he work, tiie pl»7. The talking . verj dayi To . -in i"- from all 1 have doM And all that remain! to .hi; To escape,—yes, even from you. My only love, and bo A lone and free. Could I only itand Between Kraj moor and Kray *k7, Where, the winds and the plovers err, And 1... man i- "t hand. And feel the fr.-.- wind blow On my ruin wit in.<. and know lam free— ii.'t >"'irs. but my own- Kr..-. and alone. For the -..It lir. light And tin- home of jrour heart, my dew. They hurl, I-. liik always here. I want to Stand upright, And utoool my eyes in the air. And t.i see how my back can bear Burdens—to try, to know. To learn, lo grow. 1 am only joul 1 am >.'!ii -. part nf you, your wifel And I have no oi her lit.-. I oannol think • snuol do: I cannot hrcnllie. cannot -cc. There is "US." bill tli.-le is not "me"— Aim worst, al your kiss J ((row Contenb so. — New York Trihuno. Tall Hals at...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1894

A fpISCO_MmACLE. rtJ ,T£BR'BLEEXPERIENCEOFA ELU-KNOWN BUSINESS MAN. ■ M, Crlpp«e<l wltll lSheuiiiatlmn <• r , ,i. Lolt All Power of Feet and ™*._H...v He Wr. Cured. tM S«iJTam-toei> Chronicle.) rJZv Douglas, a young man who owns £La harnUshop out at 2C12 M is >»llr" ,'t in this i-ity, telU. a tale of a l°° v' >ji e c ur« of rheumalisin after lie fit&"or several years, an.l ha,l «P hoping that it could he *™V That Mr. Douglas' cure is per ''tis amply demonstrated by the . \i«s effected two years ago, and ¥ niatisin has not troubled him at all *?* uin regard to his recovery that a -i ,nk: reporter upon Mr. Doug- The young man toW £ fnllowing Btorv: 'ihout four or'five years ago I began „temuch troubled by severe pains in ihrt and ankles, and it annoyed me JJ,,«tlv that I could only keep at ," rk "fh HtnYnltv. I '*>-""' to think tllllt 1 lliiiuinding'on my feet too much, and nld have to manage to do easier work. '," in ,i harnessmaker's Bbop then. ';„,„( that time...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1894

The I-leretlcl, WtFOID ALLEN. EDITOR Alto Publisher pnl.lisW eVery Fri.ln? pv™inK, Rt Vull mut, V,"hi<ninn county. \Vwliiii<tlon. A 1! AiWortismncnt* will be conlinned nml cbarsn] for until ordered out. TKKMS OF CKIPTIONi onk vr.AK $'f!;!! BIX MONTHS ONLY. '•''" Laugh quanUties of small fruits h»TS ■ this spring, and oonsider able land is being gotten ready formli Only so long as polities Bre kept sep ■rate from the affairs of the agricultural oan thai institution prosper, The boara of regents appointed by Got. Mo- Graw in oomposed of men who are lining theii duty without fear or favor, politic ally or ii her Wise. Lkwibtod la making arrangements to oelebrate the Fourth of July. Bui few towns ;iro making a move in ihis direo tinll this year. Why wouidn'l it 1j« ii good plan for all the towns of the Pa !i.,1 Potlatch ooaDtriea to join with Lewiston in a greet big celebration ': Lewiaton eonld accommodate an im mense crowd, aud through co-operation un elegant time would n suit ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1894

tfASHI >OTO^STATE SEWS. Tonng aJies of Hotl"iam LaTe iving tambourine drills to crowd rJ lD county is being sued for 81150 M»Der'6 bill for printing the de «*•"< tilX llSt - tone's net indebtedness, after tnk oot $287,000 cash and 825,000 un- I'toJ*, « 51.154,552. Ibe elK bt has been chosen for tlu> XMSt» lighthouse. It will be on the . dunes dne west of Ocean avenue. Tbe St»'e savings bank of Tucoma l-e a its doors Friday, and J. S White ioo»e i» is cbarß-e as receiver. i loan o f $75,000 has been placed on i bilt concentrator at Mouto Cristo, L proceeds to Sensed in pushing de w [iQient. o ; A good runny horses are dying of landers in Adams county, and more . being killed by the state veterinarian to «event its spread. jbe sum of $30,000 has been pledged (Seattle as a starter for a subscription jmilj the Lake Washington ship canal d, priviiU> enterprise. Xhe ocean beach near Ouosta is fairly ,]j re with men and boys, panning oul ftonr gold from the sands. They claim lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. RfSVXI Baking ABSOiXfTELY PURE Mulbarll > ullUli. >!r. Gnnthrr, in I i- work on "Tim Stu.l i- of Fisln s." ntntes that the only species of fish In which the mother take* ,iv carei ii! „-;•'•,.-. fthegi nera Aspredo and s lei a toms But I have i the common ■■ > Hsh guardi her young in the mosl devoted manner; it maj. howi vi r, !>.i'-' bei n the male, but I don't believe it. It was in Jnly, 1882, .nut I was »n the we t -i f Long I ike. In the ■ i ""I; "m wildem mof Ne-.v I'ork '.. The catfish had got her younu (til ■- or >ixty in the school I should say) in I v i little ba} so shallow that hr pneli *en lid ii"th« mi in it. , ii, ■..Mm-; cath' I wen ■- ■ i.- small In ,l | and I Kiki i like little tadiKiles Whenever anyone ol the little fellows ventured into .i deepiKh place li" was -lire to be - i I Dine large fish, the large li-li si biiihil to be |n red ami thpre were half li di n ■■!■ so of them Every perc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1894

■^"T""" TWO MOODS. Mn (he bndilttt : and the falling lea* JJJchhnprJ skitw X"'" lorsumi -«" ' <■"■"- i ■ nf B»tlue birds in upland*and in glade* KJ^'as'uddeu all llie music dies, m, color fades. £w fugitive brief KjjnVhc'boddliiK and the falline leafl ou tD ort breathwl music, dying on tha tongue ... ' mhiH themyatii canticle bo sungl oh kan>o( Ufa «o ■ i i'edily unstrungl jSkglif iwrrobla to choose, would know m,. hitter sweetm - «t the lost refrain, gt*»ture and its pain? _. -h 1 '"■ "'"" in darkness "l"1 become ' , Jlnticut dust blown Idly hero and there, ihol'i"' 1'"" a scant price to pay rtufiiii onco had '"'''' a>-''>il my lip [i,,,- briii»i'i"C<upi.f hydromel and rue • for liavtnit on™ known woman's holy love '"'. ac bild's kiss, and for a little space Sloboon companion to the Day and Night, Lion the odors " tha summer dawn. And fi)!'11"'1 iv the beauty of the stars, near Liord. 'bough I bo changed to seoso les. clay Ands**rvi- the potter ns he turns his wheel,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1894

Klectreiuted. Armrus.N. v. May 15.—Lncus r. Wilson; better known as "Dink" Wilson died in ,1,,, electrocution chair at the penitentiary at 12:43 ye»terday. Wil son wns one of the cr-ing that killed IV tective Harvey who attempted to arrest them in Svra.-n>.. for burglary. Dink's brother Charles !h now awaiting trial for ,1,, Mine crime and may also suffer the dMtfa penalty. llih reoord is, if possible, worse lh«n tbaVol his brother. Once with n Co orado c* convict nami d M. Dennett who phot a Denver officer dead when detected committing a burglary, Charles went 1,, <\rnia where they committed burglaries. They were ar resUd in San FraVcUoo and sent to Han Quentin p.ison for live years. Wilson gave lh» shrrilT tin' slip. Amouß the Sealers. Victoria, B. 0., M..y 18. Tbe wal ing ichooner Triumph rotiirnod troin tbe west 3oast today with a oatoh of 1300 skins, a tnuoh better tuke Uian is the or dinary luck of ooMling craft. April 12 the schooner Mermaid wan reported from JTokohama,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1894

,), ■• 0 . ■ , . - . . ■-.--' fpje fhillmaw ftcf&tii VOL. 6. NO. HI. "CONFEDERATE SPY." — -. i( The Drama of that Nams to be Pre- i; sented by the Dramatic Club. ' j < : I Wednesday. May 30th, is the Date of { 1 the Great Production. i The dramatic club has had quite a rest from duty of Lite, but tlie people will be pleased to learn that this most, capable company will again tread the boards, »nd will present that thrilling drama the "Confederate Spy" next Wednesday evening. Tlie ■■Confederate Spy" is a represen tation of the touching acts and dramatic scenes enact d at the home and around the camp-fire during the nation's great strife in the "Sixties." It is being given under the auspices of Whitman Post, So. 58, G. A. X., and Memorial day has been decided upon as a most fitting time for the production. The cast of characters will be as fol lowb : GMrge Waterman, a young Unionist k "... W. 11. Plttwood PLiiip Itrailli-y. h f'onfedemte spy. I>. K. l'roud Fred Aiuslei, an a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1894

Till- HERALD. nil riIRD ALI.KN, PnblUhor. PULLMAN WASH. DEPUTY MARSHALS Accused of Collusion in Work ing the Government. BANK PRESIDENT ARRESTED. Tardy .Inntlca Orlpi tin- Itaicali »t th« I'u.iti. aid People"! Uome B»vlngi liitukH- Charged with Looting. Ban Fbawcibco. —Slow San Francisco justice is at last moving to punish the wreckers of the Pacific and People's Home Savings Hanks. The grand jury has indicted R. 11. McDonald, Jr., Pres ident of the People's Home, and he has been arrested and lodged in the count} jail. The handcuffs were put upon his wrists, and he spent the night behind the bars, waiting for $100,000 bail. It is understood that other indictments are to follow, and that more of the band of rascals, who have fattened oil of the money of the unfortunate depositors, are lo lie indicted and cast into prison. They are all badly scared. They have lost all that bravado w ith which they were given to telling the depositors that they could take the few dollars dribbled out o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1894

BS^r— T HE portrait. , lk «. rlacid morning Is this face, *«•",, »i,,«lthfulin-w mill rosy light. *"'"" * XlfuHnf ten.lrrl.es,. Hlld l.rUht T1* 1' vnrc-K-inu sh.miui; hiMiirtl n,',;'"' filfcjMWJJ , in ,isee that line on line W*f J" l-iiveil upon .hisc.m.cua.ic frt'trill I.IXI 11"--1'- which may '■''" "'"" ' ' "HfJofYheM ilo'vely forms"divine. rMbe"nlU l»nd«ei.|H- ill lhcKUl»hine lr.-. TW^'t'Ve fearful »tor.n Bhieh shook the I^f/wlndy now, after Its ruin «ra.hed '':,„,, mn- i-mit, in.-.. 1' i' 1""" ;'"' '"M" y "lnrk"whlnb .'■'.'.M.n.r-il b>. >el .- ii nol well! W_fco"ard K. Creamer iv Ne« York Sun. . A PAUPER. tL, m.is a pauper, but the queer part of ,l«thal she l"11("1' discovered the facl j ltilo.ie..iKl.thrst.June. , Tl, tbatnigh! in June! The whole earth .irfgn altar to beauty; the stars throli StofCsWO and the uir luva.hed of a ' , ,ui,l terrible restlessness and the jpcr'anaturethrillcd luresponse. What "linis twenty-live \eais nld, married j "j, mother. She was suifeitei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1894

The Herald, W IFO-ID ALLEN, EDITOR and Publisher Published erery Friday m-pning, nt Poll m*u, Whitman county, Wii-liiustou. \ I idmtimaMla will be oontlntud and clmrgiHl tor until orderad out. TERMS OF SUB8CB1FTION: OSE YKAIt (2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY ' ■"" How nre yon enjoying these demo cratic good times? The county commissioners have awarded the oontraol fordoing the city printing to the Golfai Gazette, notwith standing the fact that its bid was the highest before them. "Wai.tkb" admitß that be ami his oolleagnea are like unto windmills. They certainly are run by wind, but what hurts them now in that they are being pricked and the stale wind is escaping from I llflil. Tnß good effect of the "dog nrdinanoe" is alrealy qu'te ootioeHble, A large number if tbe dity cai.inea are visiting their Mends in the oountry, and tl» f-tillneps of the midnight hour is not so often broken by a dismal howl. What good baa tli" repeal of ill- Sher man bill done for the people! Before its repeal the demo...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1894

T CROP PROSPECT. Oatlook for Crops in Eastern Washing ton is Excellent. The Orchards Also Give Promise of a 1 Good Yield. gpokMie Beview, in its issue of last Bon i, D (»iniKl the following reports of oropa in ijt'ern Washington: *", _, T _The orop ontlook in llii» vii-iuily toe ver bettor, nnd no moro promtllng season "* r dawned here. The ucreago of grain is fully TlaV»" that of last year. Tl"' spring "'""" ' * been iiighly favorable, and the •ooaaional h" of late have been of great benefit. '° a nd seeding has practically all been Ls. It m ay be uid with BBfety tllßt 99 per " f the seeding has been done in the conn "°tributaryto('olfax. Dayi of »on»liine are . '. erß ™,r«eil by days of cloud and shawor, and £, wction is having splendid "growing" •dlher. lie fruit crop will exceed, by long odd», any ■ ltu^ yioUl in the history of Whitman county, Joy new orctmnln are coming into bearing, Wtlie outlook i> for 11 wonderful yield 'if ,„,;,,- po»clie», appliw, npricota and prunes es...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1894

**■* • c\! % TN all receipts for cooking 4jj S 1- requiring a leavening agent (£ | the ROYAL BAKING I I POWDER, because it is an I $ absolutely pure cream of tartar 3f *j powder and of 3;, per cent p powder and <>l 53 per cent. f, w greater leavening strength than £ •> other powders, will give the *3 3 best results. It will make the ti * . - Jr 5 food liefhter, sweeter, <>l finer 4-1 % flavor and more wholesome. §. I I r; ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. fS ONE HOUR WITH THEE. One bour u-illi thee, when In Ilia dell Tlic tawny twilight shadows fell. Inlaid «iili bars "i silvery Bheen Tlial fell tram glittering »tara ier< i •■ \n'l In ilie sunset's falling tight Queen regnani of Ibe autumn nlghl lit xplendor shone* the maiden moon. And i rlcki chirped ii I'm aaant rune And katydids low \r-|,c-r- hummed And In the rtn'kllnu brani'hei drummed The drone ott >mc belated bee— I -|„ ii ! thai Ihßl birei I hunr mill llipp! i itji hour with i heel So vjie...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1894

t, .nil sunshine ami noontide. ■vai.liiß, A j llta tlie wheat ear. tlio south wind '■'■" ff»"?,h,"for thetakluic; ' «tathe loaf that their haueer •gttw-ttatb' breakiuß. n1 ,,, 1M van'anil the flagon . " l -ui>f-i-l!,ci.-.lriiiking, «g,Si*foPil«lrlilllnic. '-.I,the cool and the shadow. 'J&lold.ndllH- guerdon; ,2,M1.eH.-r.-e IICW of lab°ri burden. v „bile the «reilt sky '|V<lS blcssin "ILwtdo summir weather vood.i s <>rr«t.-M,« they aaklnu <n,-v »ra together! -Harriet P. SpolToiit in Harper's Bazar. HIS FIRST'S ASHES. tflientlw wife of Durande, captain in /™od» Hundred and Twelfth cuiras . * 0 ( the line, died, he was sorely "'• umvitli sorrow, and would not bo 2tcd. In fact, lie had hardly had "Tto enjoy his happiness or appre jjjj bis treasure, for they had been Ljipl only a month, when she was from him in the midst of their wiling tour in Italy. jn«tal>"iii returning to Paris, she fell jjtßume and died of fever, in spito 'the many physicians called to attend j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1894

MurlilV Kiilr Award». Following in ii ll«l of awiinls Rrnrtcil t,, ii- Ht«te of Washington Ht th» WorldV Columbi in exposition. The list i« furnished by Executive Commis ■iooei alhonn: aumccltvhk —grovf 1. s, ,•■■ nf Waabiagton (collective ex bibil)—Wheat, bats, barley, (rraM«f, hops iind Haxae"il W. 6. lin-h. Thnraton county — Wh»al rT , | 1-nrlev, milifi . rrataM, aeeda, oats, bnrk«l i at, pen*, b.anp, broom corn. ii)iuxria-~(inocr 19. Stute uf \Vnßliiii(,'ton— Collectiou «>x bil of Isrga logpi timber, Inmber, etc. Willi>|»i Harbor Tannin Extract Com punv,s,,mh Bend Hemlock bark »x --trn'^t. HOIITII t i.ri-i;k— QBOI P 21. glate of Washington—Collection of apples; fruits in ■ ilution. Dr. s. Or. Blalock, Walla Wallu—Col lecticn of apples nr.d pears; fruits in ■'" lation. Joe Braden—Collection of apples, orop of 1892. ]•;. M. Aeils— Collection of applet, crop of 1892, FIHH ,m, El&lirillES— QBOTrp 37. State of Wathington Shellfish in al cobol, ihells of Bbnllflah, mounted s...

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

fflje ffoillwatr /^iJl^JI/ C4illA VOL 6. NO. 32. LYNCHED Parker and Hill Hung to the Court House Balcony. A Desperate Mob Takes the Law in its own Hands, C<>i.fan. Saturday morning, June 2 nl ]. — Parker and Jlill werelynched last night by a inoboffrom 150 to 200 men. At about midnight the jailor was called up under the pretext that his visitors had prisoners to put into the jail, but ho no sooner appeared than he was thrown down, his keys taken from him. and the cells of Parker and Hill were unlocked, the prisoners taken out, and the jailor put behind the bars. Parker and Hill were taken to the front of the court hous« where they were hung to the court house balcony. So quietly was the affair tran sacted that it wag not till four or five o'clock this morning that- it became generally known in Colfax, and the bodies hung till that time, when they were cut down and takrn to the undertaker's. Tt is !>aid that the mob was lathered from all parts of the county. The Fortniirntlj...

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