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

NO FATALITIES AS YET Details of the Catastrophe at Atlantic City. INVESTIGATION WILL FOLLOW Tli*' Accident \Vh« C>UMd i>> tl>< Col- I i|>»' of I In' Second Floor Over a Itefrenhiiient Saloon. Atlantic City, N. J., July 13.—N0 deaths have as yet resutled from the disaster last night at the Baltic-avenue casino, although, in other respects, the details of the occurenco have not been exaggerated. A conservative estimate places the number of wounded close to 200. Of these only one is in immedi ate danger, Frederick Claproth, of Jennings' band, Caniden. The report that both Claproth and Miss Jennie Rockwell, of Philadelphia, were dead, is untrue. The accident was caused by the collapse of the second floor of the bulding, over the refreshment pa vilion. Just previous to the crash, Jen nings' band began to play for the Elks, and the majority of the people were thus attracted to the upper floor. But for this there would have been a great loss of life A party of New York de...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1895

■ Kenan's Por«r«y. Contrary towh;:t ia supposed by IC. Ernest Rennn left littlo private for ttmo to his family. Somnch so h this tho case that Mme. Reuan intends to Bell the library of her deceased trashtnd while awaiting the national pension which parliament will make no „"t In granting her. It B.rthelot, the UA> long friend of Kenan] says that tho latter left tho world almost as poor as he was on the day when he quitted Saint-Sulpieo in order to face the jstrnggla for exist ence. Renan had tho Bame dLsdain for money, per tie; towards the end of hia oareer that he had when he said to tho Imperial minister who offered him n lucrative post; "Sit tecmn tua pecuniar All he wwte ! was t-uiiioient to enable hlitn ■'.. I..;."""' 1 m's studies in ease and, comfort; mi protee »r of the College of Franco Benan hail 10,000 francs, or £400 a year, from which 8 percent, was deducted in order to f'on.i a pension. As director of the establishment ho had £80 yearly and rooms, £80 also as fe<...

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

f|!)e flullmati fLet&lft VOL. 7. NO. 40. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —A. 1> Baum is at St. John, this county • Second hand goods in endless variety at West's. — Geo. P. Howard was bere from Col fax Tuesday. —I, J. Davis was over from the county Beat Thursday. —W. A. Donaldson was here from Johnaon Tueiday. — Note the ad. of Ford & Baum else where in this issue. i— J. T. Bibb, the'Tacdma wheat buyer, pa« in the city Tuesday. —Attorney Harvey 'Irove. over to Col fax, Thursday, on legal Wsinesa. —Mrs. Sargent wiM leave next week for an outing ne»/r Yiope, Idaho. , — 0. A. Forwman, Idaho's siatc super intendent ■o€ 'schools, was in town Tues day. —Rev. Kirkman, of Colton, passed through the city Friday, en route to Moscow. —The last day or two have been quite | cool, and has been very favorable for rilling grain. — Rev. Van'Dusen was in the city pre siding at the M. E. quarterly conference F...

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

THE herald. WII.FOItIi ALL.KM, I'libllihfr. rULLMAN. :.'■;.. WAEII. ISIiioMIT TO TRIAL The Durrant Case Now Before the Court. THE NEWSPAPERS s!/.Kl> UP I'roc'i't'ilin^K 11, K in h\ tin- l)efi'ii«lHiit'« « oiiiiml Moving for H < huiiM' " f Venue Halinm Trii(t«*«U«*'«. San Francisoo, July 24.—Hundreds of people surrounded the county jail this morning, eager to see William Henry Theodore Durrant taken to the new city hall to be tried for the mur der of Blanche Lamonl and Minnie Williams, in Emauuel church last April. It was supposed that Durrant would be kept in jail until near the time tor commencing the trial. The waiting crowds were disappointed. At h:4. ri Sheriff Whalen seni his private buggy to the county jail. Durrant and Chief Jailer Satler entered this open buggy and started alone for the city hall. No one saw them start except the deputy jailers. Durrant was not handcuffed and the pair attracted no attention as they drove quietly through the streets. The early hour disa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1895

AN ARMY FORTH By CHAELES KING, U. 8. A.. Authorof "The < 'oloncl'a Daughter," "7Vi« ' D&ertcr," "From the Rank*,' "Dun raven Ranch,'? "Two Soldiers." {Copyright. ISPO. hy .1. B. LJpplOCOtt Companr. Pliilail-I|i!n.i. and published by special arraui> ■Mt with them.] "The former post trader was a jovial, kindly sort of fellow, wlio was innch likt><l by everybody, but he left his books and his business in the hands of Schonberg. I have often heard how open handed he was with his money, and how officers, and men too, never had to go to any banker or scalper if they needed money for an emergency. Anything a friend of his wanted was at Iris service. Ilearn began as a good many boys of his genial temperament are apt to do at a l>i;c and expensive post — got in debt, for everybody wants t.> give credit to young officers just start ing, and then the bills come in all at one Bwoop afterward. 'Old Cheery,' as they used to call Braine, saw Hearn's trouble, and insisted on l...

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

The Herald. WlFQit) ALLEN. £§ITOR and PUBLISH I a PnbHftliftd overv Hiitntdm morning, nt I'ull m iv, \Vliit»iHU oonnty, \V«*liinjfton. A AdTortlupmonU will bfl coutinueJ anil rli.-»rc«<l f«>r until ordered nut. onk vr... * 52.'00 S v MONTHS <>M., lIUO Gboveh's yonngesi liri beeu named "M irii>n The Ilorr-Harvey Bilver debate boou.h to be more of a bni ing tonrnflmonl tb ii of itn effort to aolv<» the questions at isf>uo. President Dktan was elected ono of tho rico presidents of the Amerioan An'pocinlion of AgrifMiUnrni collegeß «t th(> i ■■ ■;.. BeßsioD of tho asiociation id Denver 4 ■ n buyer* sre c of n 1). tier price for wheH I by some or the l< cal (!<> ilers i '"; contracl the cereal nt. fort.i cent . while the mar k.'' quota) ion is A 1 cents. Tin: new b Bl •■ grain inspector, P m Lawrence, has | one to Tiio >mr> to open his ottice and 'p t *t i ready for work. Jlf> DBe not ye< rppomttd hi-* three chief dftjin'i'fs, and' it is said ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1895

Unlucky Burglars. Burglars entered the 0. K. X" N, dopot Tliursiiav oiglit of last week and stole not several thousand dollars in gold coin, but about six bits worth of old clo hing, says the Garfleld Enterprise. They ■■• I an old sbirl two belonging to Ralph Hells itr.d an old pair of trousers be! ing to W. •'. Tipton. They forced op a low on tl >uth pido and crawled into the oiliiv, and from there had made their way into tho freight room where they had ransacked Bround evidently j without li i.i!i^ r anything to *suit their fastidious tastes There were some tears on the safe door as though they had made an unsuccessful attempt to open it. Mr. Tipton thinks perha| it was someone who saw vim hauclii a larga sum of moi.vy that day, but had iiu! seen him deposit it in the bauk that evening. Think it was S.vihps. M-. McLaiu and , ther S P. R. R. men coming in from the North Fork country report meeting a man who is undoubte lly Murderer Symcs who killed Constable Conlee. Mr. McLain w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1895

-Tspjy. J -„,■—-,., ■-„-;_■ ;^^rj Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report Rtfyg* I Baking 87IM Powder Absolutely pure Mv heart i- liko a ninj ' n ( bii WhoM nost is in a w.itirrd itliout; Mj heart la like on applo tive Whone Ixmfflifi are li«-nt >v)tli thickset fruit; My heart i«< like n rainbow *hi il That imddli In ■ halcyon mm; My lirnrt 1-. gladder than all thi'He BecaUMU i.i.\ low is conn' to mp. li iiae mi 1 a dais "f silk ami down! Hang it with valr ami purple dyes; Carve it In dovun and pomegranates And peacock* with n hundred eyes; Work it in K('ld and silver grapes, In leaven and silver nVurvdi-IK B icauHe the birthday of my life Is come; my love is mine to inn, —Christina (.}. Uossettl. y> ■' ■!!!»■; my lOVt) Ifl iuIIH' t>> Illl' ChriMtina <• Ko »< ttl A CRIME TO LAUGH. yin>*r simiUv laws ol itsi Thai Still Uuverii Hug-laud* Lord's l»»y. The introduction of the Sunday bill by Lord Hoblionse brings up the fact that we are gover...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1895

LIBERTY THEN DEATH A Gallows-Bird's Flight From the Spokane Jail. THE DEPUTY USED A BICYCLE When Pursued Closely He Jumped l"t«> the Itiver, and, Being Caught, He Cut His Own Throat. Spokane, Wash., July 20.— H. D. Smith, convicted of the murder of old John Wyant, cheated the gallows this afternoon by killing himself, in an in effectual attempt to gain his liberty. For an hour this afternoon excitement reigned supreme at tho county jail. While deputy sheriffs were out chasing j one fleeing prisoner, a wholesale jail delivery was nearly accomplished. Smith, who occupied one of the Strong cells outside the main jail cor- | ridor, had just been served with his ; meal by Jailer Thompson. The latter, with the cook, Jim Brady, had gone into the upper tier of cells to feed ; twenty or more prisoners there, when a j trusty in the kitchen sang out: "Say, Brady, Smith has got away." In a moment Thompson and Brady I came flying down the iron stairs, and i saw Smith rapidly making tracks | t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1895

Crcmintlon nn«l Dtt*—■ In tho efforts to prevent tho tipmA of infectious disenscs tlioro la no drawback 6O difficult to overcome as the burial of the<lt>;iil in tho ground. Themicrobes of disooso ro very t ... iona of life, and they will remain with tho dead for n period of 100 years. The microbes may <iio, but their iporca or Boeda have the vitality to live, and npbri coming into Cavorablo rarrotin they will quick ly develop. In digging up old burial places, scarlot iVvtr. diphtheria aud ■liallpoi have been let loose ro that epi demics follow< In Qixebeo n smallpox epidemic followiui tbo digging tip n com etery where th« peoplo iiad been btu i for over 10 years. Similarly in Engl v i a Marl fever epidemic followed 1 lie re moral of d ad bodiod froiii v country parish churchynnl. But occasionally •'piilfinies seem to break out in tlia neighborhood of com- j eterias without any upiiarent cause Dar- Win, Ivwi'v>t, showed 20 years ago that ! earthworms cpinpletely turned...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1895

fpje IPtillmait, fJcfaltt VOL, 7. NO. 41. : LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —S. Barghoorn was in town from Moscow Tuesday. —F. J. Cornish was in town from Colton yesterday. — Sam Ellis, of Colfax, was in Pullman Tuesday. —L. C. Wheeler, ofPalouse City, was in town Wednesday. —Eugene Bryant is clerking in Mott's Btore during Mr. Oliver's absence. — B. Byrns, of the Doming Invest ment company, was in town from Colfax Sunday. —E. K. Sheldon has gone to Portland on business for the Cham bers-Price company. —Grain has ripened 'rapidly this week, and many binders and head ers are running. —Jack Brevator, of South Bend, this state, was seer on our streets the early part of the week. — Everyone who delights in high class music will go to the Torbeti concert next Wednesday evening. —Tobe Reid has been bound over tq the superii>r court under •.-■■• IK3 bonds. His trial is set for Aususl 23d. Young it DePledge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1895

THE HERALD. WII.FOH!) *LI «N. riihlUhrc. PULLMAN \S AEII. ON¥|.U'kS().YS HOLE Infantry at Market Lake Or dered to the Front. FOUR I>AVS TO MAKE THE TRIP Settler* \ <>■ Kxperted '" Attack ('"' '" dlani m* Hooli »« the Tro«ip« A ,-,. Clone at llaml. Market Lake, July 31.—The five companies of infantry that arrived here last night have received orders to go to the front at once, and will leave iv the morning for Jackson's Hole. It will take ten days to make the trip. The cavalry went about twenty miles to day. Every effort will be made to in duce the Indians to return to their reservations peaceably. The troops have received word that when they are near enough to render hasty assistance the settlers are going to attack the Indians. A band of 200 or 800 Indians were on the trail of the troops when they struck camp, and hastened on toward Jackson's Hole. Dr. Wonburn, of Rexburg, has just come from that place with news that J. Simmons and F. Cunningham, two scouts, arrived at Rex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1895

AN ARMY PORTIA. By CHARLES KING, U. S. A.. Author of "77ir Colonel's Daughter,", "Tttt Lk'xrrtcr." " h'rom the Hanks,", " /'/(/»• raven Ranch," "Tun Soldiers." [Copyright, 1800. by J. B. Upptncott Company. Philadelphia, uti'l published by gpeci&l arrau***- Bicnt with tln'in.J "My God! those papers are gone! ' "Look iv your trunk, man," said Lane kindly; "don't give up yet;" while Ken- r yon himself began a search on his own account in the now disordered desk. "Was this always kept looked when you went out, IlearnV" asked the major. '•Surely such important papers ought not |{o be left lying around loose.*' "Locked? Yes. At least I never waa away for any time without locking it. Sometimes, just going out to receive reports at roll call, I would not lock up, for who would want to rob i poor fel low of papers of no value to any one but t'ne owner?" The major looked grave. Lane's faca was full of anxiety, which he hardly knew how to conceal. Both well knew the almost universally care...

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

l^lie Herald, IFOID ALLEN, tony* and Pubushih FabHahed ( vir. SMuoin.v morning, at Pnll man, WhiUnaa oonnt Wnnliiiit;i<>n. Ml Advert . mxnlh will !><• continued an«l char>»»»<l for until ordnrwl out. TKri.ua wf bUBSCUII'I'IONs o v YK..B 52.00 iIX MONTHS ONLY I>O° Attounkv Nkii.i. haa enga offic«» in the ebb block, and ia ving them fitted up. ——. ~—.— I'iir annual teachers' institute and the quarterly examination will be held ai Col fax next week. Cost of h< at production has been reduced to a minimum thi* son, and as a conser|iHMice thcro will be a ider margin for profit. Tm: ta< tics of the gold ■ bugs; should make new supporters for the j hite metal every day. The gold itea are neither sincere nor patri- j otic! p | ■ mi formed v . and the pn .i ■ i will j : n a wai turn next moni h. Phk Horr-Harvey dob • cr. n H the silver question i- ~;il i settled, although we believe thai M ■ Mir, ey Lmpresßed the pooplo in favor of the white metal. Nuw is the time t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1895

OH, FOR A DAY OF SPRING I Oh, lor ii way of •prlng, A iluy in Itowtn aihl folly, Of birds tint plte *ndaln« Ami l-fiylidoii'si molancholyl I woiil.l not nrwdi t!i<> laugliter. Tim i>-;ir> i lial followwl after. Oh, for v <!..> o( youth, A ilny of utreii'itii and iiassfou. Of Hordnthat lolJ the truth Ai il deeds the tru: li Houlil faslilonl 1 would not leave mit(^ted One Klurj whllo it lasted. Oh, mv aclay iii <l'iy>, A day f. itli you an.l pleasure, Ot lovi< in all its ways. And Ufa In aIJ it-- mettxurcl Win me i lihl day i rom sorrow And It't nit" die tomorrow, —Wilfrid Si-nwen Klutii In London Sun. DUPED. It is now lii.-v 5 '1 nrt \ e<l Paris, hut if I live to . • ■ eontena 1 am certain 1 Hhall not !•■■■ e( I lial journey from i. : • j anything, I whh th< ■ !.' >nny and inex perienci I. 1 , i , think myseli a pai \ Londoners, 1 thoughi I .; wonderful city the v ry hi ari of the world, and all outside of it nx re Rnlmr Well. :■!!•■ *■'* ■ whi( h ...

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

jo^m^\ —A^oluichjf Pare. CAPITAL AND CONFIDENCE All Tlisil It Np«ml«ml lor the .\in»iii»" ■>•• pie in stai I I |> Affaln. Everybody who has money i- aired of getting I per cent or no per cent for it Every business man who has been lying on his oars is cra/.y to do some thing or engage in something he under stands. Every enterprise which has been dormant is feeling its way lor cap ital and confidence. Labor i> every where eager for work and employers (.till mure eager to open their works. It iiiilv requires the normal machinery of tlw country to move in a normal way. for consumption toagain make demands upon production. When the history of the late panic comes to be written and the troubles in cident to it, one of its remarkable fea tures will be the effect upon railway traffic, upon all business of 65,000,000 people, of those who had to and those who had no need to economize, hut did BO in every possible way. When one family uses the old stove with the cracked lids and past...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1895

SCHOONER FIRED UPON American Vessel Stopped by a Spanish Gunboat. TWO SHOTS WKRK FIRED AT HER Tin? Carrie K. I,an<- \Vh> lt<iar<l«*tl by Minim's ill Cuban Watt'r*. but AVas .Not SSPHrch^i!. Breakwater, Del., July 2t>.—Captain C^uick, of the schooner Carrie E. Lane, upon her arrival here tonight, had a tale to tell about a thrilling encounter in Cuban waters with a Spanish gun boat. Two shots were fired at the Lane by the man-of-war, and one of the schooner's men narrowly escaped be ing killed by one of them. The vessel was made to have to and give an ac count of herself before being allowed to proceed. The schooner was off Cape Antonio and making good time before a stiis breeze, when, on the 14th inst., she sighted a steamer Hying the Spanish tiag following her. While he was making up his mind what course to pursue, a puff of smoke curled over the stranger's port bow, and a round shot whistled uncomfortably close to the aohooner'e mainmast, plunging into the water on ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1895

Son! Communion I>:iy. Tho last of tho 17 days sot part bj tho World's 'air management for "Uu parliament of religions" in monthly wholo world soul comn;rm->n day am! the sixth anniversary of us institution. Sort. 27. The first whole world observance mi on tho 87th of Beptei r, ISbO. when "there was it!oiico in ]i aven for tho space of olio-half hour." wbiii a greater or less uumb< rof tho wor-hipers of i;JI tho great religions faiths of (he world united for SK) tninnl (time at all points corresponding witb tho hair hour inter Vening at Salem, Or., between 12 merid fan and 12:80 past uToriuiati) in oking universal peace and new and higher in flowinga of spirit nal light. Of coun c tho World's fair manage ment did not know in setti'.;;,' apart thai 17 days between and including Monday tho 11th and ! ept. 27 tint "; be parlia ment of religious" would toruiinate ii? session On the anniversary <if llus the most universal religi< movement ever instil • 1 among men, but such...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VII ; No. 42. T)IENEIS]F THE CITY. j r»-WX-2-3v1.A.2T ■^■O-CTiTO PEOPLE ZKT | cru"i"X33-i3 i^rxssxxrcs. J*. PUBtIC X,XX3ie.A.3?i-5r —O BE ESTA-HLISIIEi:. Wiiitk-BoltonMr.o. A. White, the popular young merchant of this city, was married to Miss Ruth liolton, at the Kpiscopal church, Thursday morning at o'clock, Key. Wright, of Colfax, performing the ceremony. Immediately after the words had been spoken inaking the two man and wife, and they had re- i oeived the congratulations and best wish- ( es of their assembled friends, they de parted via the O. R. & N. for Spokane, from where they will go toCoeurd'Alene City, and on up the St Joe river, return ing to Pullman after about two weeks, when they will be at home to their j friends in the Chandler residence. The ' Hbbald hopes that Mr. and Mrs. White 1 may have all the happiness they may wish, and that fortune may smile upon them. Stekn-C mv.son :— Last Sunday even ing, at eight o'clock . at the home of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1895

CAPTURE OF SYMES Mi- of Constable Con!ec in : i at Missoula. WAS WORKING ON A CH II : ; • 'lit ; MoLaughlln and • : n, Coi bett and t : • , • : Lo Lo w Ith them A. J. i. who is \vant< d in Aii:i ii mnty, Wash., Coi the murder of Lew Conlee, a < onstable, June 24, of this year, and for whose <ir- j rewards ha ye been offei cd. Symes has for the past three weeks been working on the ranch of Davu Mc iboul M miles from M lssoula, and for the past week has been herding p for Mr. McClwy on Harvey creek, it !\\>> and a half miles from th • h, across i he Bitter Root river. \v! oula yesterd Mr. McClay saw at Lo !,<> the not! , ward for tin arrest of Symes, to h was attached his photograph, and Immediately recognized it as his eh( pin ill. who had given his name . 'k Davis. Th<> officers at Missoula were at once notified, ;;n«l Mr. McClay appointed as a deputy sheriff. When the sheriff reached Mr. McClay's ranch this morning Symes had broui the Bheep down to the ri...

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