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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1895

fpje IPttilmaw WittsAk VOL. 7. NO. 25. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Justice Merriman Thursday ren dered liia verdict in the cast' of the state vs. W. Beach, finding for the state. The complaining witness in this case was Mrs. Delia V. Jayberg, who on March 30th purchased a piece of land upon which Mr. Beach was living. She re quested him to vacate, but as he failed to do bo after repeated requests, had him arrested for trespass, the outcome being that he was found guilty, and fined (5 and costs, the total amount beinj; .$30.00. Pending an appeal, the defendant is out on hail. The cnee will be taken to the superior court. —At the Methodist church, on Sun day, next, thß Rev. W. W. VanDusen, presiding elder, will preach the morning sermon, to be followed by the sacrament of the Lord's supper. There will be a special Easter service in the evening, consisting of music, recitations, and a fifteen-minute ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1895

THE HERALD. WILFOIIU ALLKN, I iii.it.>.. . PULLMAN WASH. It DEATH in A MINE Many Were Killed in the Blue Canyon Coal Mine. NTMKKIt PLACED OVKR TWENTY Tfc« !>i«M«ter t *hiim«ml >>J >«" Kxpl««lon of firedamp Brouuhl About in hii Unknown Manner. New Whatcom, Wash., April 10. — An explosion of firedamp in the Blue Canyon coal mine on Lake Whatcom, at 2:45 thin afternoon killed twenty one men. \V. A. Telford came from the mine tonight. He was at the bunk ers when the explosion occurred. He went to the incline and found .lames Kearns at the mouth of the shaft, near ly dead from exhaustion. Kearns said all in the mine were dead. He had carried Ben Morgan as far as he was able and dropped him. Morgan, he thought, was dead. Kearns and X. itellum were the only ones who escaped out of twenty tour who were at work. Tom Valentine and .1. <>. Anderson were the incline men, and they escaped. At the switch of the gangway, 800 feet from the mouth of the tunnel, Ecklund and Telfo...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1895

Ten Minutes to Twelve. By M. G. M'CLELLAND. The street door opened and closed, quick footsteps advanced along the hull, a word or two was exchanged with some one outside the parlor door, and [loyal faced around in time to see his wi. ■ en ter the room. Could that be Phyllis? He had never pictured her thus, and could scarcely credit his eyes or believe that they re ported a living verity. Slender, radiant, dad still in black from crown to instep, but worn, somehow, differently from his recollection of it, with clear gray eyes alight with pleasure, soft rings of hair clustering about a white forehead and -ijheeks aglow with health and exercise, «|he seemed to Royal a totally new creat ure. She advanced at once with outstretch ed hand and manner totally devoid of embarrassment. It was all very differ ent from that which he had expected, but by the time he had taken her hand in his Royal had become conscious that whatever she might decide in regard to their future relations there would ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1895

The HorMld, WI.FO-:D ALLEN. Loire* a\p Publushi* IN •■'i. )■.• i «verr Satarda] worninß, «< Pull tnan, WlnlniMll county. \\ ■— In U4lt«>li. A 1 tii-imimmiln will !.<• coutlnued and otuvrgsd fur until ordered <>ut. iMti OI BCH8CK1ITION: o.\j vi ta.oo Bi\ MON'J itSOM.Y LOO Tur free ooina^e ol American ailver will be mi mi ort mt plank iv ih«< '96 republioHU platform. It it w imt, the old ahi|i iimv apring a leak. The farmer wh« baa a fat steer or a few boga to turn off toeae times in the one who in- the us.hi to aay aboul j and ■•in,:ii.fiiii atringency." Thia iiav iug bul one paj day iv . year, and that pay i i a v often a one man deal, will break any man. Wheat in a go >d thing in m. place, bul it must not unurp the place of all oilier legitimate produota of the farm. One of the pressing needs of the eas tern portion of the slate ib a large eetab lishuieut for packing i»nd preserving all kinds of meal. It is false economy to pay .■xhorbita.it fr. ight rates on s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1895

NIOTT, Pullman, Wash. Tempting Values Offered in New and Stylish Silks and Dress Goods. Dress Fabrics Were never sold for such low prices as we quote, for our purchases of the new season's goods were of such magnitute and were made under such extremely advantageous cir cumstances that we are enabled to offer values that are unprecedented. Below are a few examples of these val ues, which are made doubly attractive by the fact that our assortments in their present completeness afford buyers an opportunity to select from a limitless range of novel and artistic styles, de signs, colorings ami fabrics at Figures that are Beyond Competition: 30 yards calico for . . SI 00 25 " good calico for . . 100 20 " best calico for . 100 25 " house bring . . 100 20 " L L muslin . . 100 15 " Cal i W muslin for . 100 1! '• Locks 1 B for . 100 20 " common bleached muslin, lUO 15 " good bleached muslin . 100 12 •' best " " . 100 25 •' common apron gingham 100 20 " beet " " 100 Outing Flannel, 5 <■•' ;...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1895

II ■■ " ■ 'I 1 ROYAL I | Baking | | Powder <£?'<£% M Absolutely Pure $> g/p &fi W. I x\^ \<^O°^ "ie official I 3§ V^ VV^ V^ report shows & * X X A* ROYAL BAKING « -^ POWDER chemically Eg *^» \j» . V^ pure, yielding '0° cubic 7^ <Sa . \*p • inches of leavening gas per *|* >^ \3* ounce, which was greatly in ex- jjjj *:' y cess of that shown by any other, and % 2R more than 40 per cent, above the average. j^ Pi <•? Hence Royal Raking Powder makes the light- *** est, sweetest and most wholesome food. ■£> *£* '$+ '& i^v ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST ■ NEW-YORK. *^t NH|»>l.-..!1 I»I1«I II lit Pl|)«. Napoleon was a snuff taker in a mild way, smelling of tho tobacco rather than snuffing it, but never learned to smoke. Onoe only, according to his valet, Constant, ho tried a pipe. Thu at tempt, of which Constant gives a hu morous account, was on this wise: An BOitern ombaasador, Persian or Turkish, had presented the emperor with ik handsome orient...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1895

IN TWO HIGH COURTS Opinions Rendered at Salem and Olympia. MANY CASES OF IMPORTANCE The Judgment hi tin- Cnnt< of it'liai.i AgitiiiHt l'aiiicr, From Clataep C«>uiitj-, Whh l(evt>ri>F(l, Balem, April 10. —Tin 1 following pro ceedings were had in the supreme court: P. O'Hara, appellant, vs. H. B. Parker, respondent, from Clataop coun ty; judgment reversed. Opinion by Wolverton, J. J. Mayer, respondent, vs. Rebeoca J. Mayer, appellant, from Ben ton; judgment affirmed. Opinion by Bean, C. J. Little Klamath Water Ditch Com pany, appellant, vs. B. Ream and E. J. Roher, respondents, from Klamath county; judgment reversed and the cause remanded for such other proceed ings as may be proper, not inconsistent with this opinion. Opinion by Bean, C. J. ,T. D. Matlock, respondent, vs. A. Weller et al., appellants. Motions to dismiss appeal overruled and the under standing submitted may be filed. Opinion per curiam. In O'Hara vs. Parker, the appellant asked for the removal of a cloud f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 April 1895

The Ground Squirrel Test. Spokane Spokwnmn. It bns been the hop* nnd prnrer of ill j farmers in th« southern and western parts of Whitman county for n«veral j T«ar* past thai some kind of a I'oiilap one dl■ea^e would break out or could be inoculated it.lo the troublesome ground squirrel. Several attorn^" have been Bade to breed some kind of a disease | among them but all seem to have been unsuccessful. In vi'W of these numerous unsncoess fnl attempts and Lb« interest taken in tip matter, considerable comment «as Mused a few dms ago by the reprrt ooming from near Penewawa that there wn» aom« kind of disease whioh wu kill-. ing the pt-stN in lar c numbers and tlio c mntry 11 ight hope to be free from their deTftstaf inp ravages. A Bpokeeman correspondent Mh made an extensive trip through tin iafeßted district in order to investigate the uu tbentioity of the report* a»d the extent to which the disease i« proving fatal. {There seems to be no doubl that there ie a ooßtagion nimiK them wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1895

fpje Italittraw llerat^ VOL. 7. NO. 26. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —W. E. Keach, of Pullman, through his attorney, V. E. Bull, on Saturday filed an application for a writ of habeas corput. It appears that Keach was ar rested and fined for trespass before Judge Merrimau at Pullman, taking an appeal but failing to secure a bond. In the meantime he was committed to tht county jail and application for a writ of habeas corpus filed asttated above, based on technical defects in the committment. The application was not, however, called up in court, and remains unacted upon, and a new and correct committment is to be made out by the justice. —Com- moner. —The city council last Tuesday night appointed Geo. B. Parker as city mar shal, vice Hey wood resigned. The ('<. A. R. members asked for the appointment of R. Lanning, an old veteran, but the request was ignored, and now the vet erans say they will kno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1895

THE HJRAIJD. II.K«»IU» ALI.KN, rulill.li.-r. PULLMAN WASH. THE PRICE OF MEAT. H«>« Mt Advance Maid i" He Due l« Nat* ■ml < iiu-< •. New York. April 15.—The National Provisioned an organ of the meat and provision trade, will say in its issue tomorrow: "No more absurd theory lias been advanced for Home time than the recent attempts Which have been made to make the consuming public of this country believe that the shortage in cattle, now apparent everywhere, is due to any other than natural causes. With a wisdom, however, begotten of ignorance and inability, or disinclina tion to accurately investigate false and erroneous news, it has been trumpeted in every state to such an extent that the greater portion of the people of America are under the impression to day that this great food product is tied up in the. vicious grasp of monopoly. It is absurd and unjust to couple the names of reputable business houses with conditions for which they are in no way responsible. It would be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1895

Ten Minutes to Twelve. By M. G. M'GLELLAND. After the ceremony the i>:»ir had gone away together for a little wedding jour ney, agreeing to return I>> Alexandria i ■ i a couple of weeks to join Mrs. Hart, when all three would proceed to Virginia for the meeting with the executors. Phyllis also wished to remain a few days in Matoacca, in order to superintend the erection of a monument to her cousin. As she mode her preparations for the drive Phyllis hummed to herself in a tender undertone, the happiness within ! her rinding vent in music as naturally ad t does that of nature's woodland children, I for the girl was almost as much a prod uct of field and forest as are mocking birds and thrushes. Her bonnet was on ami her fingers busy with the strings when she suddenly ceased from motion and gazed deep into the eyes which regarded her from the mirror. How clear they looked, how sentient and strong! A wave of thank fulness swept over her, and she mur mured reverently, "And for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1895

The Herald, WLFQID ALLEN. Eonoit AND PUBLISHCIt I'Dhliehed every s..ni!.li> morning, mi Pall m in. Whitman OOOaty, Washington. AH &dT«rtisemenUi will I<• coutlnoed am] charged for until ordered out. TKIIMB OF BUHBCKIPTION: oVEYEiIjt i 2.00 iS;\ MONTHS ONLY ••°" A "new broom" ■weep* clean— pro riding it has oot the same old rotten handle attnehed. The regouts "f tht» college will m. et next wotok, and will doubtless luAe the preliminary arrangementH for building tiic girls' dormitory. It is very import nut tl.at the dor-iiilory be ready for oc cupancy by the open ug of the fall term. Tim last epistle of Grover to the dem ocrats leaven i.o doubt hi to the preai denl's position on the silver question. He is a "gold bug" id the strongest def inition of the term. His latest comm andment is ''make ye « single golJ : standard." That big bill on the west side of the itate erupted last fall under the name of Mount Bainier, am] now the N. P. rail road company, that mukes or breaks n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1895

PL- W -7 Pullman, Wash. Tempting Values Offered in New and Stylish Silks and Dress Goods. Dress Fabrics Were never sold for such low prices as we quote, for our purchases of the new season's goods were of such magnitute and were made under such extremely advantageous cir cumstances that we are enabled to offer values thai, are unprecedented. Below are a few exam of these val ues, which are made doubly attractive j by the fact that our assortments in their present completeness afford buyers an opportunity to select from a limitless range of novel anil artistic styles, de signs, colorings and fabrics at Figures that are Beyond Competition: 30 yards calico for . . SI 00 25 " good calico for . .1 00 20 " best calico for . 100 j 25 " house lining . . 100 20 " L L muslin . . 100 15 " Cabot W muslin for . LOO 14 '• Lockwood 1$ for . 100 20 " common bleached muslin, 100 15 " good bleached muslin . 100 12 " best " " . 100 25 %< common apron gingham 100 20 " best •• " 100 Outing Flannel. 5...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U.S.Gov't Report ivSS, Powder ABSOLUTELY PUKE SCIENTISTS PUZZLED. How Did Barbarous Trlt>rn <;<t Uk A" ink* of iii/«-.i People? There is a question which constantly haunts the antiquarian mind like a fho*. in an old house. That question is. How did trilling matters a soul', a story, a game, » toy— come to be scattered widely among the moM remote and ignorant people*? In the case of customs and of myths we may often deem thai the mind of man reacts alike to the same impulses from nature or from human needs. An ancestor o( Gibbon, who was a Item hi ami lad been blue mantle, retired to Amer :n tli.- m w nteenl X ■■• ni vi y, and thi re he found heraldic bearings among the red men of Virginia. The wivngedancers "wejc painted, Konif 'party per pale,' 'gul' and •s:il).' some 'pnrty per fesse' of the same colors," whence Kdward Gibbon Inferred that '"heraldrj wasengrafted naturally into the sense of the human race." That is. heraldry is a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1895

PACIFIC NORTHWEST. Condensed Telegraphic Re ports of Late Events. BRIEF SPAKKS FROM THE WIRES ' midget of N'ewn ForKasy Dlgnit lon From All Parts of Oregon. Washing ton mid Idaho. Forest Grove will have a colt show .Tune 1 ■>■ Curry county has extended the time ; for paying taxes till July. The Bonanza mine has sent into Ba ker ii seven-days' clean up of $4,500. Salem is raising a carload of seed po tatoes for Nebraska's drouth sufferers, i Mosgrove. the new penitentiary war den, is a nephew of ex-sheriff Woolery, ; of Seattle. In Looking Glass valley. Douglas county, 150 acres of prunes have just been set out. The snagboat Corvallis is at Eugene, ; Or., and reports the channel in good boating condition. A Walla Walla, Wash., genius has just finished a violin made entirely of | Washington wood. The destructive gillnet is forbidden on the Snohomish river, and the county attorney is preparing to prosecute of- ! fenders. The Kllensburg normal school board of trustees have re-elected...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1895

He would not leave the colony. A Prisoner TVlio rilmt>r«l « Coconnnt Tr*»* and Pi-linl ■ U«-i;iiii«-til. — It is the custom in th« British army that whenever a regiment is transferred from on© colony to another prisoners who may be in the jail are handed over to the outgoing corps and continue their sentences nt the new Station. In one caso on* 1 of these jailbirds made up his mind that ho would not leave the colony. Private Johnson was one of the smart est men In the corps, and furthermore he was an excellent groom and almost a "cordon bleu." lie had one nad fail- Ing. He was n thief. Ilia peculations had. however, been generally small, and he had escapod serious punishment. One night a large store In the town was bro ken into and a considerable amount of money stolen. It was conclusively proved thai Johnson was the thief,'and | he was sent to jail. ft ben the regiment was leaving the colony, Johnson, with some other soldier prisoners, was to be handed over according to custom. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 April 1895

HE WOULD NOT LEAVE THE COLONY. A. Prisoner \riio Ctinitwil it Coconnut Tr*>« and I>«>(li-il it Kcuinxnt. II ■• the custom in the British army that whenever a regiment is transferred from one colony t i another prisoners who may lx> in the jail are handed (>\er to the outgoing Corps and continue \h<ir sentences at the t w station. In one MM one of these ja Ibirds made up his mind that he would not leave the colony. Private Johnson as one of be smart est men In the corps, and furthermore he was nn excellent groom ami almost % "cordon bleu." Ho had one sad. fail ing, Ho was a thief. Him peculations had, however, been generally small, and ho had escaped aerious punishment. One night a largo Btoro la the (own was bro ken into and a considerable'amount of money stolen. 1; was conclusively Droved thai Johnson v., a tho thief, and he was Bent to jail. When the rejjimont was leaving tho coloay. Johnson, with tome other soldier prisoners, was to be handed over according to c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1895

—"-.' -^ , ;;; .■....:■■,.' .-.- ; •. ;- t"!'' r'; ;' ■ VOL. 7. NO. 27. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —W. T). Henry started out on the Colton road last Tuesday, but he had only driven a couple of miles when he met an incoming train, and his team, not being accustomed to the iron, horse, immediately began to tear things, and when they had broken a whifnetree, and dropped the buggy pole to the ground, Mr. Henry decided to let them have their own way, and alighted at the first opportunity. The team tumid the buggy over the embankment, and then ran a race, with the train, bumping into it several times, and finally crossing the track just ahead of the engine,|the buggy being demolished by being hauled bot tom side up over the ties. The team was finally stopped near the Busbey warehouse. The animals were not in jured further than that one of them was ■lightly cut on one leg. The buggy was picked up a piece...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1895

" -.. .«.■.•■■■'. ■ •'. »<: "i ;" '»! '■'" '' "5 ', •■' . VOL. 7. NO. 27. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —W. D. Henry started out on the Colton road last Tuesday, but he had only driven a couple of miles when he met an incoming train, and his team, not being accustomed to the iron, horse, immediately began to tear things, and when they had broken a whiflietree, and dropped the buggy pole to the ground, Mr. Henry decided to let them have their own way, »nd alighted at the first opportunity. The team turn.d the buggy over the embankment, and then ran a race with the train, bumping into it several times, and finally crowing the track just ahead of the enginejthe buggy being demolished by being hauled bot tom side up over the ties. The team was finally stopped near the Busbey warehouse. The animals were not in jured further than that one of them was ■lightly cut on one leg. The buggy was picked up a pi...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1895

THE HERALD. WILFOKO lUIKi I'ltbllahrr. PULLMAN .. WASH. "FIGHTING M f COOKS 7' Last of That Family Retires to Private Life. HAS SEBVKL) HIS COUNTRY WELL The CommnmUr of tti* Department of Colorado tlan Completed lli« Time Required by LsW. Denver, April 23. — After having keen continuously in the service of the United States for a period of forty-four years, Major-General Alexander Mc- Dowell MoOook retired from the army yesterday, » step madenoeessary by the J law, for he has reached the age of 64 j years. General McCook will leave tomor row for Dayton, 0., where ho will re main until May 10. He then goes to Washington and New York, reaching the latter city June 1, to be present at the graduation of his daughter, Jean «tte. Later in the summer the general will sail for Europe with his family, where he will pass several months visit ing the principal points of interest. He has made no plans concerning his fu lure after returning. With the last retirement of General McCook the last of...

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