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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1895

AN ARMY PORTIA. By CHAKLES KING, U. S. A., Auiho rof " The (.'of nncl's Dnmjh t er." "T7i« | Deserter" "From the Rank*," "Dim raven Ra»ch," "Tjto Soldier*." {Copyright, IS9O, by .' B Uppineott Otwn|nwy Pli'iki.i.'lpfi, uud |m!jlislif.l by sj<ecial arrani"> iin-nt willi choii).] "Possibly lie's on guard." sixid Mrs. Lane. "The guard house is ouly a stone's throw away." "He's never far from the guard house,' j langhed Mrs. Wharton. as she sprang from the carriage at the Lanes' gate. : "But he's not on guard today, unless he has taken off his belt*. There! they have gone Into the bar. How I wish the colonel would close (hat place!" Half an hour later, all in a glow after their rapid drill, four or five young of ficers strode, laughing and chatting, into the duo room at the. store, and throwing off belts. c;«ps and gaunt lets proceeded to bury their mnstachea in the foaming glasses of cool beer which the attendant promptly supplied. Over on the other side of the establish ment lou...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1895

The Herald, W LFQID ALLEN. Editoh HMO Publisher l'iil>Mt>hr>d even Hatiuilny morning, nt Pnll tnu, l.itnun county, Wasliinttoir. A" AdTtrtlnoinifnti will l>«* cod tanned antl rltnrgi««l for until oroorod out. TITkM.S OF BUBBCHIPnON: OSK yi: ft $2.00 six only' '.. . «-"° <.)itimj for July is a delightful sum mer holiday number, containing breezy, BQusonabla akel he of sport and travel, enriched, as Outing always in. by many fine illnatratiom. Tbe contents are: • l'h.. lied Parasol," by Dorothy Blom field; "Bavarian Byways," by ■'. E ll< ■■ re; "Two Weeks with Newfoundland non;" "My First Bicycle Tonr," by Erneet ersoll; "Th« Cruise of Two," by C. (i. Liogen :"W Hod and Heel on Nhphotah Lake," by E. W. Chubb; "A Ltay from a Jack-Lantern," by I Jilil I H M Smith; "Acadian H imbUs;" "li*» z's World Tour Awheel;" -'A I ramp in the High Sierras," by 11. L. Drer;" "A Little Excursion tnto Savsgery," by James Weir, .Ir.; American Sa-Jor-Sol diers," by E. B. Mero; "The Lake...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1895

«e*or» for Warm Weather. There is near bT the grounds selected for the Mmp meeting a natural object of great curiosity to those attending tho camp meeting. On approaching a bed of rocks o'i a warm day quite a change in th« atmosphere is perceptible, which becomes quite cool on a uear approach, Duwu among the rocks in plaoea can be distinctly seen char solid ice. No sat iafactorj explanation of the phenomenon has at \et, been found. The sun pours its rays directly upon the rocks with sufficient intensity, under ordinary oir oumstances, to melt ice to a considerable depth. Whether the ice has been form ed Bmoog the locks or the rocks have poured down over a bed of snovr is v >t known. — Ken r ck Times. Injured in a Itunaway. Ivon Burke an old and worthy citizen of this county, residing a few miles northwest of town, was painful'y but not seriously injured Wednesday morn ing by being dragged two blocks by a rnu-ri iay team, says the Moscow Dem ocrat. Mr. Burke was watering his Worse...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. Gov't Report Absolutely pure A PIONEER SURGEON. I nt.r<-.) mi; CWIM of l»r. Col*, rrenlilent nf Iln< American Mfiliral .\-,.m lat ion. Dr. R. Beverly Cole, the now presi dent of the American Medical associa ion, was born in iirh 111 on (1 <!•*> reara ago, and me of his lh-Nt mportant posi ions was the of • Ice of surgeon to he famooa vipi ance committee hai purified San Francisco in tlie iarly days of the ity's history, vht'ii the .lack liunlins, John ■ pii. COIJC. Oakhuratoi and ither SbiptouH were plentiful and tron • blc3ome. Dr. Cole's offloe was no sine cure, He hail plenty to do and was busy ,i great deal of the time undoing the work of the bowie knil« and pistol, H<i is a Rraduate of Jefferson college! Phila delphia, and removed to San Francisco in 1852, He was one of the founders of the first medical college established on the Pacific coast, which institution be came tho Toland Medical college and was at last unite...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1895

THE DANGER IN SUGAR - ■ i Some Interesting Facts Not Known at Home. I UHCLBAH AND GEKM - LADKNED Chinese Wares lleing Largely Con- i Bumeil in Oregon ami Washington That Are Unfit f»r I -c. Portland, Or., June —The steam ship Taooma arrived at Victoria re cently from Hong Kong, China, with the latest Oriental advices and reports the plague in that unfortunate country again raging violently. It is said by natives from Amoy that this awful pes tilence has suddenly broke out in the Tungan district, China, with terrible 'violence, 40 per cent of tho inhabitants actually dying of the disease and few escaping the sickness. Those who are able to leave are doiug so only to carry the plague elsewhere. Referring to the report a well-known business man stated to the press repre sentatives tonight that the Tungan dis trict is one of the sources of supply for raw sugar for the Hong Kong sugar refineries and as large quantities of these sugars were shipped to the Do minion of Canada and the Unite...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1895

''APRRB33 TO THIS AMBRIpAN rLAQ JJY |f, i, IH.ANUFQKD, 0, Flag of lie Free, that at thin Nation's blrih I'irst i ■ ■-■■ ibuve tN» first fn land on >-vi n. Wave 'i iously till youjand you one, Kaoh happy ti ion of the earth nhall own ; Till ev'ry man in all the world ti frefi And equal Justice reigns with Liberty. Tin' ipiril dwelling in your foldi was born , V) "inn by years of persecution shorn t\t 11 vi . „.,, "'' r; •'''- aroinTd to think, Of all Ilia nattui B . .... i r ;,,|.. To act for self, from Wi-Mom be'•»...,„ nilk > To claim o[ right both life and property : Both happiness and personnl libel And once awak< nd tl is brave man htoo.f fortfr In Ins pure it:ength of might nnd honest worth, And dared to speak; to do, to titfht, to die, Ami leave his lio| lo his posterity. The hope bequeath'd took hold of cvi ry mind. Th I sought lo bless) o elevate nianki j Ami ov'ry truth from dogmatism riv'n. And ev'ry thought lo growing science giv'u., All civil rights enacted into...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1895

I LA \4 sJL. VOL. 7. NO. 38. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During- the Past Week. Movements of cur Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Lieut. Governor Lnce iind wife are in town thii week, fiesta of Mr. and Mrs. A.Reaney. Mr. Luce hi interested, together with C. C. May, of Davenport, and Mr. Reaney, of thiacity, in the Rea ney opal mines, located between Pull man and Moscow, and is now making arrangements to operate the mines. Three men are now at work at the mine stripping the soil from the gem bearing rock, and will commence next week to hunt for the treasures. —Oscar Russell met with a very pain ful accident last Wednesday morning while at work on the now dormitory 1 e ing erected on the college grounds. An arch over one of the windows fell and struck him a powerful blow on the top of his head, cutting an ugly gash, and rendering him insensible for a .time. Oacar now carries his head in a sling, bul continues ft work. The advance agent of th« Torbett Concert Co. was in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1895

THE HERALD. Wll,roni> AL.I.KN. lul»lUh*.r, PULLMAN WAJEH. r_ CAUGHT IN A DEFILE Cuban Insurgents Beaten at Their Own Game. SPANISH MA.IOK'S CLKVRR WORK HiiNclr.-.i. of llio l{«->>i-l* Were Slhlii i" .1 \urrni\ r«M»g«wav bj • In (ifMcninK'iii Troop*. Havana. July 10.—A severe engage ment has taken place between Spanish troops under command of Colonel Aaur Hud a large force of insurgents. Two hundred and eighty of the latter were killed. It appears that Major Sanchez received Information that a force of 1,600 iwmrguuts under the command of Itabi hud occupied strong positions near Manzanillo, province of Santiago f.t« Cuba. The major sent a messenger to his superior officer, Colonel Azur, proposing to him that they should join their forces and make an attack upnn the insurgent position from a point which compelled the troops to approach the insurgents through it Harrow thoroughfurf Major Hitnchiiz, recognizing the diffi* culty of the movement which he was apparently directed b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1895

AN ARHHORTIA. By CHAKLES KING, U. S. A.. Author of "The Colonel's Daughter," "Ths Dmevter," "From the Rank*," "Dun raven Ranch," "Tao Soldiers." (Copyright, 1800. iiy J. B. Llpplncott Ooonpaajr, Pliil.dltli'liia, iui'l publishiM by special arrau*"»- j in.Tit with tli'-m. j Col. Morris Had ordered that Goss.» ] should be confined in a cell apart from ] the ordinary prisoners; but when con- \ fronted with the array of a dozen gar ; rison malefactors neither Murphy nor Scanlan waa able to iix on any one of ■ them as the man who accosted them th<i i night of the tragedy and gave them drink at the southwest gate. (Joss whs like him in size and beard, they said, hut j that waa all that they could assert. It j *.vfts enough, how.-ver. to prompt some j r.f the infantrymen on guard to Rearing j the prisoner's life almost out of him. j He piteously implored the officer of ti.e j day at his next visit not to keep him j thore—the "dough boys," he said, had j sworn they would lynch him if Bre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1895

Tlie Herald, W LFOID ALLEH. FDITOR AND PUBLISHEIt Published e»ery Bntarilny morning, at l'ull irun, VVhitxtan conntj, Wwhinijion, A'! AdTftrtiftetneiitt \sill be cojitinnwl anil riuirc'vl for until «>r*tcri'tl ont. Tt.;:MS OK BCnaCHIITTION: OS K V)■"..• ..-I $i!.O0 bi\ MONTHS ONLY LOU A Tllllti) daughter has been born to the president no:l liif. wife. The penitentiary grain hacks will neil ut five oent .i; each this bbi n. ChKVKi.ANiv wants n third term. He also wanted a son, but bis wants socm to count for but little. TnESB dull,,warm, summer dayn are Bonding a large number of j><■<'j>!•> t<> the mouutnin's and hike for an ou'Jng. The woods lire full of 'em nowdiiTH. Tijk fall of' 96 will be h debt-paying ona'in tho l'alousc coutitry. Wit a magniticenj; I ield and fair prices the I'h | loiibh farmtr will have ti<> cause for com plain f, Ai'l'.\ki:nti,v Ibe Nez Perca Indians | will bo ii gel t eir long luoked for money j from the governmi nl IFncle Sam ...

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

Kitten by Jlors, Ptrtoas r> turning from the Okanogan ooantry confirm the report that <iv In dian child had been eaten by hogs a few days a<.!t>. says tbe Wilbur R . I; lefois that a sqnaw residing just b( lovt the [ndi ihnol ' n tl 0 okan river left her pa] tee. tied to a b »ard in the customary manner, leaning ngHinsi a tree while si c went to th>> river to do ■ome washing. Win •> she returned she fouod several head of h<> b rs fj over tbe remains of her ehld. The hogs had devoured the child all except iti I Bj.d that only resei^'iled a ball of dirt. A [rore horrible scene oould scarcely l.c imagined. Moscow Desires its Money Hark. Moso >w, Jnl? 8. The city of Moscow has brought suit against ex-City Trees urer Williams ai d hi* bondsmen for the recovery of the. amount of his bo which is 85,000. When the council de clfired the office of city treasurer yacant last winter Mr. Williams was short in his accounts over 812,000, nr.no of which j hi<K yet b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1895

Absolutely Pure GALLANTRY COST A SHIRT. DUnstroim Reanlta Followed a Schema to Hide » <'l;yar I'nmi >t Lady. One of the most popular men in the down town prodnco district is Q. W. Chn.-tie. His temper, however, has been sorely tried of late, and there is a wick ed gleam in his eves when anybody ut ters the word "Fire" In his presence. "Chris," as bis friends call him, owns more truck horses than any other mau in the city, lie also owns a stock farm in Poagbkeepsia He recently in vited one of his friends, Fred Uebney, a banana importer, to visit his country place. Mr. Uebney aooepted, and both men started for the Grand Central sta tion in a baggy. Chris drove. Chris, be it said, sported an immacu late shirt front, in which glittered a i large diamond. The friends were bowl- j ing along Fifth avenue when Chris, j who was smoking a cigar, suddenly Started. He had seen a lady friend, and the impropriety of saluting her with a cigar in his mouth caused him to let tho weed drop, as ...

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

BEAT STEVE BRODIE Daring Feat of a California Boy in Chicago. ______ i DIVES FKOM A HIGH . BUILDING Harry A. Harmon Jumps In l'< il Into' (lie Chicago Ittver to Win n Het of Fifty Dollar*. Chicago, July '5. —Harry A. Har mon, a San Francisco boy, took a novel means today to set all Chicago talking, and at the same time win a bet of $50. From a plank from the top of a build ing 110 feet high he turned a double somersault into the Chicago river this | afternoon and came out unhurt. The feat is unparalleled. Steve Brodie ' and his would-be imitators, have taken '■ longer leaps, perhaps, but they never jumped into a body of water anything like the Chicago river. It is a wonder that Harmon came out with an un broken bone in his body. The Chicago river is beyond doubt' the filthiest stream in the country. It j is claimed by certain people who live along the river, and who ought to know, that the water is that thick that a man can walk on it without getting his ankles wet. Yet into this...

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

An Kloctrio llr> .\u- i Hmkl I» Kncluni. No misgivings nc«d apply to tho cast of tile new railway at Liverpool. lusizo anil power, n« well as in the ingenuity of its detail it surpasses tho beat American models. It extends nlouic tho quays of the great lino of ild^karbn the Mersey for nearly sevi miles. Its carriages aro of full si;..>. not arranged like a tram car, but like tho Ordinary passenger car of tho United Sta'u'H, i ;u-h being in two compartmohts nnd capapte of seating 57 persona. Beneath each cv.r i.^ an cli ctrio motor of from 100 to TO liorsepbweri am? the speed will be OS high as 80 mile* ar. Vmr. The power to work t!u> trains, and •ntli them tho accessories of signals and il^ht, i.s tb.» Buinc; ami rated troui i Biiiglo point on tlio Rystoni. Thowholfij nina apoa an J^overHeatl i road" or con- | tinnoua bri«lf?e «>f iron. That ia not, Jiosv- ' evor. of the eßsenceof nn electric ramv.-iv | though the llKhtnesa of electric rp!li«n' gcuT makes BUi'h an arrang...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1895

Eht Itolittwtr Mttsftk v > PJ X—K — VOL, 7, NO. 39. GRAIN IS RIPENING. "Harvest Will Soon be on in the Palouse Country. The State Weather and Crop Bulletin Speaks of the Outlook. Grain in the Palouse country is last ripening, and by Au-ust Ist the bum of the binder will "be. heard. The yield will be a fair average one, Home pieces being remarkably «ood, while others were somewhat burned, and will fall short of an average. The question of price is now what is worrying the people, but market conditions would seem to point to a raise in the near future. The state weather and crop report for the week is as follows: Seattle, Wash, -Inly 1«, 1895. WESTERN SECTION. The farmers o: Western Washington could not have arranged for themselves better weather for their present, needs than the bountiful hand of nature be stowed Upon them last week. The first three days were hot, it is true, the ther mometer recording all the way from 90 to 102 lor the maximum, and no rain fell during the whole s...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1895

HERALD. WII.KUKM ALI.H-N. I'llblUhir. PULLMAN WAJtll NiJTIIAMi: FOB KRIiC His Sentence Confirmeu b> the Supreme Court. THE GRAND JUKY si .sTAINKI Th«> Conviction nf KphHlk'h K\ Tna» tin r I nilii >«■< lioll ■">; of ' l»«* I't'lllil ('mil' Ililil <.imml. Olympia, July IT.— The supreme court has filed an opinion affirming tin judgment in the case of the State, re spondent, vs. Adolpu King, appellant. Krug, as city treasurer of Seattle, wri arrested for appropriating to his own iise $10,000 of the city funds. The grand jury returned an indictment under section 57 of the penal code, and a trial was had before Judge J. Z. Moore, of Spokane, in place of the reg ular judge. Hume. The appellant in troduced no testimony in his own be half, but demurred to the complaint and raised many objections to the in troduction ot testimony, but upon the testimony <>t the state he was found guilty as charged. A judgment was pronounced, from which an appeal was taken upon the erro...

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

AN ARMY PORTIA. By CHARLES KING, U. 8. A., Auihorof "The < 'elonel'i Daughter,*,' "77*« Deserter,'' "From the }l<n>ks." "Dun- ravin Ranch," "Ttco Soldiers." {Copyright. i'W>. i>v .1. B. LJppincott Company. Philadelphia, and published by si>oi;ial arraut> m«-nt with them.] •"Dozensof my relatives and old school mates lived there, and I looked forward with pleasure to the rest and joy I should lmve at the old firesides. I didn't sup ])ose that people really believed all the outrageous ilings The Times and The News and The Sun and The Herald, let aloiiH The Trades-Union Gazette and The Arbeiter Zeitung, had indulged in at the expense of the army. But 1 had to wear my uniform for three or four days about the old home, and nor only >treet boys but grown mt'Ti, respectably dressed, jeered and hooted at the dress that for years in the Confederate south and all over the frontier had never been treated witli insult. Old schoolmates patronizingly asked me over their ca...

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

X"he I fcreild, WLFQID ALLEN. Ecitvr Af.o PuBUSHin I'uhUrOirtl every Sntnutnv morning, at I'nH arui, VVbitcMUi county, WwhinaTton. All A.iv.Ttinempnts will be continued uml •.; for niiiil ord«t>d "in. I ..MS OF SI HSil'.llM iOS: , $2.00 . Us hm ', 1.00 Qrotjsb and prairie chickens can li<> ■ .iV killed after A.UgUB< Ist. Ford hbvs that '•Albertas B. Bak«r'i" work is too coarse. He doeau't need v microscope to discover the grain. If Proud'e report of the city affairs is as garbled and biase : aa are his reports to tiio Spokwman-Review it will be a true child of tho gang. It is becoming a' most a duty to take an outing each summer. Whether you are fanner or business man you are bet ter for a wvek or two spent in camp, Tin: building of Ibfi 1"><» barrel flour mill in I'nllmau will bo a great incentive t« business. Ab it i« B great deal of tr;ide is lost to the city through fa merH doing their trading when they go to Bill. The wheat mnrkot ih now watched with more anxi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1895

Penitentiary Grain Backs, Tha warden of Walla Walla haR tfltaed the following circular: "The pri >c of grain bag! for 1895 has boon fixed at b\ cents and in order that actual consum ers Jm»J engage their supply of grain bags and other jnt« products for future delivery it has been arranged that ai the lime of the filing of the application a de poait of only 20 per cent, of the order is required, thus insuring the delivery of the baga, etc.. whenever needed, the balance t© be paid at tho time the baga are to be shipped." This la a reduction of a quarter of ft cent over last yetr and the arrangement for ordering sacks for future delivery will prove a great accom modation for consumers. Nearly a Fatal Accident. On June 30, aa Mrs. U. Ot, Dickaon and Mrs. Mark Merritt. and four chil dren and Robert Wells were driving down the east side of the mountains leading to the St. Maryn country, the brake on the wagon broke and threw the occupants over an embankment. Mrs. Merritt wae holding a ...

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

Bah i no POWDER THE CHILD S PRAYEH. Into Iht chamber wen* A lilt maid one <lay, And by ii chair *lm knolt And thus began to pray: "Jpsu.h, my tiyen 1 close; Thy form 1 cannot Me; It tii"u art near me, Lord, 1 pray tint- speak t<> me." A still small lice n\w heard witbin her soul: "Wlint i- it, childf I hear thee. Tell meall.' "1 pray thw, l-ord, " Bhe »aid, "That thou wilt condescend To tarrj In m.v heart. And ever be my friend. Tho path of life il dark, I would not go itHtriiy \ Oh, let m»i have thy hand To lead me in thi> way." •'Fear not, 1 will not leave thee, child, alone. " Iho thought s!i. iii v soft hand preaa her own. "They t•-)I me, Lord, that all The living pass awa) : Tho aged soon must die, And even children may. Oli, let my parents live Till I ;i woman grow, For 'f they die, what can A little urphan do?" "Fear not, my ohild. Whatever ills may coma 111 not foraakd thee till 1 bring then home." Her little l>r:i.\iT WAfl said. Anil from her chamber now sin-...

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