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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1895

BE PATIENT WITH THE LIVING. Hweet friend, when Own and I art gon*. Bfiyoud earth's weary labor, WWn small shall be our nerd of gracw from comrade or from neighbor; Paired all UwStrife the toil, the care. And dune with all the sighing— What lender truth shall we hare gained. Ala*, by simple dying! T-hen lips too chary of the pral*e Will ten our merits over. Ami eyes too swift our faults to see Shall an defeat discover; Then hands that would not lift a stone When atones were thick to cumber O'er steep hill path will scatter (lowers Above our pillowed slumber. Sweet friend, perchance both you and I, Kre love Is past forgiving. rihouM take the earnest lesson Uome— He patient with the living! Today's repressed rebuke tuny save Omr blinding tears tomorrow: Then, patience, c'en when keenest edge May whet a nameless sorrow. *Tta easy to be gentle when Death silence shames our clamor. Aim! easy to discern the best Through memory's mystic glamour; But wise it were for thee and me. Kre love is...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1895

The Herald, W LFO*9 ALLEN. Eonox AHO PUBUIHI* Published •Very Saturday aiorning, at Pull nan, Whitman comity. Washington. All AarcrtiMmMita will be continued and eh*rr«d for mail •rd«rod out. TORMS OF HUHBORIPTION: ONKIEz-A. $2.0« MIX. MONTHS ONLY -°° If yin neglected to plant those trees laat Friday, why attend to it now. Tub students of the college planted a large number of trees yesterday, Arbor day. The Spokane diatnot convention of the Epworth League will meet in I'ull snan May 17-19. The Meaara. H. O. DePledge, W. M. Chambere and Caen N. Gaddis, three of Pull man's moat prominent business men, looked o?er our city laat Sunday.—Ken driok Timea. I'illman will again honor the dead heroes >n the coming Decoration day, and the O. A. B. post is arranging a program for the occasion. The assia tanee of all should be lent to make the day aa impreaaiye and interesting as possible. The most we can do for the •'boys who wore the blue" will be small enough indeed. The Hope Examiner want...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1895

MOTT, 7 Pullman, Wash. * Tempting Values Offered in New and Stylish Silks and Dress Goods. Dress Fabrics Were never Bold 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 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 and fabrics at Figures that are Beyond Competition: 30 yards calico for . . $100 25 " Rood calico for . . 100 20 " best calico for . 100 25 " house lining . . 100 20 " L L muslin . . 100 15 " Cabot W muslin for . 100 14 " Lock wood B 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 ots ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1895

*■■ ■ I I- s m i » All other powders are 35 Is cheaper made and in- ''% m ferior, and leave either W m acid or alkali in the food fa Ms c-a ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. Ie« WALL ST., NEW-YORK. • gg| CLEVER AMERICAN MECHANICS. Their Inifi-iiiiilr In Woodwork Attracting Attention In l'iir«-iK" ComilriPH. Tho mighty advance in wood working machinery in the United States has evoked surprise everywhere. In Amer ion tho idea is to make everything of wood without hand labor, automatical ly vvbt'ro possible. This desire has beet) so eorcossfnl that, it is a rare exception a factory is found employing handwork. Every known description of woodwork, out of every kind of wood, is made en tirely of machinery Many of those ma chines arti veritable wonders, perform ing their work with a readiness and ac curacy that excite the most profound at tention. Some of the English experts «ay of them that they are tho bust ex amples of Ingenuity ever produced, but of a lighter construction than the Eng lish make...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1895

ROME'S THUNDERBOLT Stand Taken on the School Question in Canada. POPE HAS HIVEN EXPRESSION Kucoiiimuniratioii for Catholic* Who CkiVe Aid to Thoae Who Would Abolish Parochial School*. Winnipeg, April 18.—Nothing since i the beginning of the Catholic school struggles in this country has created a greater sensation than the announce ment of the Catholic archbishop that those Catholics who henceforth lend their aid and influence to those who would abolish Catholic parochial schools will be excommunicated. A number of prominent Catholics have, i during the struggle of the church, ex- ' pressed themselves in favor of a na tional school system. At first it was thought to be a move on the part of the archbishop, and done without authority of Monsignoro Satolli or the pope, but today it was learned Archbishop Langivin's action is based on advices from Rome. It is understood the archbishop last week re ceived a papal encyclical on the sub ject This reviews the school matter, and points out t...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 April 1895

Rich In Gold. Tboae* Kirby oaase in froa his Burnt Creek mine on Saturday, bringing with bin about fl?« onnoee of pnre gold dust takes from bis mine, whiob was beauti ful to look at, and, whiob be appropri ated to the purchase of • supply of rip inf to extend bis flume, say* the Ken drick Gazette. There is no longer any doubt that this mining pronerty will pruTe very fayorable and in time wheu developed a bonanza. He returned on Tuesday prepared to push the work. Jail I.tfle Tiresome Spraocf, April 2:}.—Another jail break occurred from the county jail «t hair-pant ten o'clock. K. L. SnaiUi, sen tenced to two years in the penitentiary for cattle stealing, and 11. l'agu B iilo-, charged with forger*, escaped. Smith bad been out on bond awaiting an ap peal to the supreme court, but was yen terday surrendered by his bondsmen. He had a saw concealed in his trouser leg and coon fo«nd an opportunity to use it to advantage in sawing through I'M bars or the old rattletrap jail. The •heriff h...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1895

%gsy^4 * -1/ '? X J^^^^ > - i^^/^/%^ Jl? W^Jl^/%^^ VOL. 7. NO. 28. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in P > During Past W Lie. the Korald. ■ Mi ■ I . : I : the next day trvin !1 a verdi< :. and having failed therein, they \m re discharged, and the cane will come up again on the LStli inst. Mr. Hatley was represented by Attorney Brown, of Moscow, and the prosecution by V. E. Bull The jury men were Messrs. Farr, Bragg, Shaffer, Rusor, Chambers and Cox. Mr. and Mrs. .!. A. Wilkinson came over from Grangeville. Idaho, this week, arriving in Pullman Monday evening, and left Wednesday again for their home, taking three wagon loads of their house hold goods with them. Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson are well pleased with Grange ville, especially from a business stand point, their store being well patronized. They were two days on the road from Grangeville to Pullman. Lee Farr and A. <>. Cotton returned with them, to take two of the loads of goods. —The F. P. S. F. held an open meet ing in...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1895

THE HERALD. WII.KOKII AM.KN. ruhll«h.i PULLMAN ... WASH. THE EPINAL DISASTER List of Fatalities of the Dyke- Break Growing. OVER ONE HUNDKKD Mils FAR Them- Figure* Will He liureimed When All District* Swept, by lh« Wnt«"l» Are Heard limn. Spinal, France, April 30.—The list of fatalities by the breaking of the great Bouaey dyke in the Epinal district of the Vosges increases every hour. One hundred and fifteen deaths have already been reported, but only fifty bodies have been recovered. It is believed the list will be In excess of these figures when all the districts have been heard from. It is supposed many of the dead were swept into isolated places, where they will be a long tune before found. The whole region over which thou sands of tons of water swept in a resist less flood is strewn with every sort of wreckage, and the whole country pre sents a most desolate appearance. In many places the early crops were swept clean out of the ground, and losses thus incurred will be very heav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1895

NOT CALLED. He may be a scholar familiar with books. In person a model, unrivaled for looks. An orator, too, like tin' great Mr. I'utT. Hut that, to our notion, is not quite enough. In language decided the truth must bo told, We think for our parish he's rather too old. For aught that we hear of he may be a saint. Anil none of his errors makes any complaint. ' He knows all the canons and rubrics by heart, And oft to the needy will blessings impart. But he isn't the shepherd we want at our fold. We think for our parish he's rather too old. Did you ever learn that experience tells And work by a master for full value sells? You make a mistake when that man you pass by. And say, when inquired of the reason and why. In language emphatic, "The truth must be told. We think for our parish he's rather too old." Oh, what shall we do lien our pastors get gray And cannot quite compass the world in a day? 1 know nothing else save devoutly to pray They soon may be called to some region away. Wher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1895

The Herald, W LFQW ALLEN, tonoH a*d Puaimirt Pnhlinhpd «verj Batnttlny morning, wt Pull m in. Whitman ootxnty, Washtnuton, All ' ■ ieetnenta will li" continued mk\ ohMged for nn( od oni is ()fi si HHTKIPTION O\K T1 S \ MON 1 HH ONL\ On Memorial day the patriotic people of Pullman will again havo an oppor tunity of showing their appreciation aud regard for the brave boys who pre sarveJ intact the union, and of honoring the memory >f those who foil in the de fense of the country. Memorial lav will !>• :i; piopri.it'-h obaarved, the members of tha fr, a EL having the program now under preparation. An invitatioa has bt««n extended to Hon. Willis Sweet, of &loaoow, i deliver the memorial ad dreaa. The fall program will appear in lh»' II l KM.l' later. Japan's Resources There v a get.end belief that Japan is a poor country; that a long war would exhaust her more I hat many other coun tries-China for example. Probably the idea originated in tun extreme lownesa of prices in Japan,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1895

O O O <> O «> O 0 , O O ' 0 O O .(> i) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I Foi —— Dry Goods, Millinery, Clothing, Carpets, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes AT LOWEST PRICES, GO TO A. W. MOTT, Pullman, - - Wash* 0000000000000 ° oooooo^o A Serious Accident. Al. Eleiat met with a sad misfortune last Sunday by breaking his left arm and dislocating his left wrist, says the Uuiontown Gazette. He was endeavor ing to make a "flying drop" from a her izoutal bar, when his legs slipped from the bar and he fell to the grour.. "nk ing on his head and left arm. '• the fall his face and head were t*r ibiv bruised, besides the above mm, >ned injuries. He was quickly taken up town where a physician set the aria and wrist. The man is now able to be about on the streets, but some time willl elapse before he will be able to go about his usual wsrk again. Orchard Lighted by Electricity. Last Sattrrday Mr. Holt, of Wawawai, purchased an eleotrio light plant of Clyde Parker, including water motor ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1895

I Take no Substitute for I I Royal Baking: Powder. 1 I It is Absolutely Pure, i All others contain alum or ammonia. AN ALPENA MIKACLK A LADY OF LONG RAPIDS DIS- CARDS HER CRUTCHES. In an Inlet-view With h Reporter She Review* Hii i;» |n-i i«>n«<' inn! Fella ili« iCt-iii Cause of the Miracle. Prom i' c Ar^us. UpeDH, Mich.] We have long known Mrs. .las. M. Todd, of Long Rapids, Alpena <'0., Mich. She has been a sad cripple. Many of her friends know the Btory of her recovery; for the benefit of thowo who do uot we publish it today. Eight years ago she was taken with nervous prostration, and in v few months with muscular and inflamma tory rheumatism. It affected her heart, then her head. Her feet became so .swollen uhe could wear Uuthiug (Hi them. Her hands were drawn all out of shape. Her eyes were swollen shut more than half of the time, her knee joints terribly swollen and for eighteen uioii(h> she had to be held Up to lie dressed. One Limb became entirely helplos, and th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1895

CATTLEMEN ARE MAI) The Omaha Exchange Cen sures Secretary Morton. SAY HIS IDEAS ARK ERRONEOUS It It* All«'i£«'<l Thsif the High I'rireM Were Cmmed Kutirely l>y » Shortage, of Cuttle. Omaha. April 25.—The Omaha live stock exchange today censured Secre tary of Agriculture Morton "for his erroneous ideas at present working to the great detriment of the cattle inter ests of the country in creating a wrong impression as to the relative cost of cattle and beef." After reciting the manner of his in vestigations, this resolution was adopt ed: "Be it resolved, That we, the mem bers of the South Omaha livestock ex change, call the attention of the honor able secretary of agriculture and the country at large to the fact that, dur ing the first there months of the pres ent year cattle receipts at Chicago. with full corn crop in Illinois. In diana and adjacent territory, fell off 17 per cent as against 1K!)4; Kansas City receipts fell off 18 per cent, notwith standing a big increase in Tex...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 May 1895

Lewis!on has a lllKlorlo Poplar. Lewiston, April 27. In Lowiiiton tlirr ■if ii historical tree. A tnorohjint who rode n inZT mnloto thiscitv in ISHI, tho Kwne of future business enterpriwt of f.; i niiignitudo, uu'd on the joiirni'V from Walla Wall i a poplnr switch. 'L'liat. ■witch, which was by bard service on the journpy reduced to a Btout clr.b, bruised ami p«el«d, wan mi in lliPßronnd Dourished; and t:n<\v to be ntn 11, i<ir.-iiglit tree, thi> lirut, on tho then bnrr n hjishl bar. Thai treo still (lourishea by tho cd y ■ of tho sidewalk on Main street. It is hovoniy-livo feet high nod eight and a half feet in circumference, Ami thi.-. Irvti is tho i arent i>f all tbo uv.«s in this valley.cf the popln'r kind. Twigs wore Bovered from this parent poplir r?s the years won! by till n< w •very i; the city in shudud by a lino <>C them on encb Bide; lh« lnnoa in the country uro lined with them; farmers lihvu orna meutnl tree?, grovea and windbroaks till in a direct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1895

She Itailmatt fbfalix VOL. 7. NO. 29. PULLMAN'S FAGAN. A Robber's Roost is Unearthed in This City. It Proved the Solution of Many Myster ious Disappearances. During the past few months the citi zens of Pullman have missed many little articles that had, apparently, walked away without assistance, but tne mys tery has at last been solved, and the den of a Fagan unearthed. 0. P. Allen is a student at the agri cultural college, and in company with another young man keeps bachelor's hall injthe building formerly used as an of fice at the old brick yard. On returning to the pluce Monday morning after an absence of about a week Mr. Allen found that the bulk of his household goods, in cluding bed, dishes, eatables, etc., had joined the long list of mysterious disap pearances, and he had but little else than bare walls to give him the comforts and necessities of life, but he did not remain long inactive, and after a short ex er ience in the detective line called on Police Judge Merriman, the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1895

THE HERALD. WII.KOKU A1.1.H.X I'MblUh^r. PULLMAN ..... WASH. I PLEADS POVERTY Secretary Herbert Declines to Go to Kiel. i UAYETIKS OF A NAVAL REVIEW A NiiKß«'i»tl<»n That <mii;ii-- Should Provide Fund* for an Interchange <>f liuitpltalltlcN. Washington, May 7.—Secretary Her inn's declination of the invitation from the German government to be protest at the Kiel naval ceremonies was due to the fad thai he isnot a man ».f wealth and did nol feel thai heoould afford to undergo the round of festivi ties to which he would be asked as a member of the president's cabinet ami Heoretary of the American navy with out returning some of the many civil ities, and to entertain at all would OOBt him ii Large sum of money. From reports received here the cere monies incident to the opening of the great canal will he of the most elabor ate character, and it i> anticipated that the naval pageant will be the most bril liant of modern days and tar surpass the naval review at New York, bot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1895

THE END. • The cr.il draws near. B) fates unseen di rected Our paths diverging tend. To lives monotonous tho unexpet ted Comes as a friend. While fora moment joyous -miles of meeting The gathering shades dispel. •'Aye et Vale!" Lnl the ancient greeting. Hail anil farewell! A moment more! And sadness follows after lit bursts of keen regret That put to silence all the happy laughter Wherewith we met. The past la dead, the present swiftly fading. And in the future dwell Hopes faint und few, our longing glance i, evading. Hail and farewell! The time has cornel 'Mid alien scenes anil faces * Our lessening lives must Ho And pass henceforth through solitary places Beneath a stormy sky. » Chibp hands, old friend! Against our best endeavor The ties of memory swell. .. Part we as those who part indeed forever. Hail and farewell! —All the Year Hound. A COLLEGE STORY. One evening not many years ago George Wilson made his way through one of the Bide streets of New Haven. His full name, as it app...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1895

Th^ Herald, W iTOID ALLFN. tnuon *vo PußiiSHf* Published i>vorv Saturday Morning, nt Pull nmrc, \\ hitnuia county, Wiwhint^oni AH MurHwiniinli will 1>« continued mm' .-.',s| for until ordered out. tp.ms OP SUBSCRIPTIONi O\K yi .: $2.00 MIX MONTHS ONLY -()O D M. Ntn,TT baa etarted the Reporter, « very readable paper, »t Roaalia, Nultv is a good starter. A phw of the neighboring towoa are already making arrangements for a Fourth t f July celebration. The reservation will probably open when your Uncle Sam get a around to upon it. He never hurries himself about such mattern. The j.Hch of wheat remains strong. A alight rine in the market at Chicago. A fair, but not too "fair" price, in the indication for the fall. There is now every prospect that the Palouae country will have a bountiful orop this season, and that, the product will m 11 at a living price. BkITISM won in Spokane. Hell's reto of the variety theatre ordinance didn't kill him after all. He must have known prdttj well w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1895

©00000000000 0 0000 0 0 0 O 0 I Foi — ■ Dry Goods, Millinery, Clothing, Carpets. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes AT LOWEST PRICES, GO TO A. W. MOTT, Pullman, - - Wash' 0000000000000 o 00000000 Planting Corn. With hundreds of acres of corn being planted ail over the western part of the county, thousands of acres of rlax in the southern and western parts of the coun ty, a very largely increased acrenge of rye, oats and barley reported from all sections, 5000 acres of potatoes, young orchards upon every side, large numbers of hogs being raised all around us, all kinJs of fruits, grasses and veg etables being tested by hundreds of farmers, there keems to be little demand for further instructions for our farmers in regard to diversifying their crops. — Colfax Advocate. They Walked Home. The young people from Latah, who ■visited Rosalia last Sunday, or rather two of the three couples, met with quite a serious mishap on their way home. The night being dark they got off the ro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1895

m | ffi The latest investigations by £ S3 the United States and Cana- I 8| dian Governments show the § |p Royal Baking Powder supe- j| S rior to all others in purity and s §5 leavening strength. | SB 6 6 I ffi Statements by other manufacturers to q ///^ contrary have been declared by the U X/ official authorities falsifications of the 8 S* official reports. p w^ ROYAL yAKINQ POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. © LINCOLN AFTER HI ECTION. His Pathetic I.cuvf Taking of Hi* Old law otlt< <■ ami Neighbor*. I was in I^f'.o a reporter on the New fork Times and was designated as tho one to go to the house nf Mr. Lincoln. I did so, and subsequently, after tho election, I lived at the bouse with him for four weeks prior to his going to Washington, and whin be went there for the inauguration I accompanied him. 1 bad ample opportunity to study him in every relation of lite. He was a magnetic talker, an excellent story telhr, hut above ail a square man, to whom two an 1 two made four, all ...

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