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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1895

SPRAGUE WIPED OUT A Crce Flourishing Town Nearly Destroyed. MANY PEOPLE LEFT HOMELESS Once Started the Destroying lilcmcnt Leaped From hoof to Roof, Leaving Onlj Ashes. S] , Wash., Aug. 3.— The entire Ine&s p oi Sprague is in ashes, hundreds ar* 1 homeless tonight, and the will aggregate a million and a. quart* r. The town is almost destitut >od, I Mayor Sand* n on had sent mes sages to the leading cities appealing for aid. The ; iople are appalled by „!>;] lossi s, and it will be they will know wheth er to try to rebuild the city or not. At noon today the flre alarm was sound* d for a blaze in Bryants chop and f ed" mill, corner of Railroad ave pai tm< tit i- - i promptly, but the blaze was quicklj i into a roaring furnace, and re driven back from the sei ne almost as soon as they ar rived. With lightning-like rapidity the flam ped from one building to an other, and Inside of five minutes it was b* ( n that the entire town was threat ened. As the flames reached the cor...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1895

THE POLLNI HEBHLD. Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the, Pullman postoftice ai second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Publisher* Wilpobd A.LLKN, Editor. TKKMK OK SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance, - $l.0() Six months " - 1.00 Three %l " .50 All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. Wheat is easier marketed when driven in on four legs, and covered with bristles. PULLMAN has weathered the hard time! in as good shape as any town in the Wtst, and her recovery will now be rapid and complete. The gnat stream of wheat will soon begin to pour into the Pull man market. May it command a price commensurate witli its value. A farmers'institute is to beheld in Tacoma tbe latter part of the month. Professors Bryan, Fulmer and Piper will represent the agri cultural college. If justice is administered speed ily and thoroughly to Murderer Synics it will have the effect of dis couraging crime, but if the case is dragged along ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1895

GARFIELD BURGLARY Another bnrcriary was perpetrated in Gftrfield last Saturday night. The Spokane «fe Palcwse depot wa« entered and the outer door of the safe blown open. But the steel chest inside war- too much fur them. They had battered it with a sledge^ tried to drill into it, but all to no purpose and were obliged to give up the job without Having secured a cent. They had broken into J. A. Randolph's blacksmith shop to get the necessary tools which were left lying beside the safe. Tt is only a year or two ago that the same office was burglarized and the safe blown open. A new and better one wa§ put in.— Enterprise. MRS. MILLER ACQUITTED. On last Monday the case of the state vs. Mrs. Laura Miller came on to be heard before Justice MeKune. Mrs. Miller was arrested on a war rant sworn out by Mrs. Frank Hampton, charging her with assault and battery. It seems that the Hamptons had put in the crop on the Miller ranch and had been Hy ing in p;u-t of the Miller residence. After the cr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1895

THE miW HERHLD. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1895. VISITINGAUONFABM HOW WILD ANIMALS ARE REARED FOR THE MENAGERIES. A Flac« Wh«r« Young I.loim and Rahooni Plajr l.ik« Dog* and Kitten*—An Alff* rtan Lion Kennnl Must Be »n Inkcreatlnf Wtmem For a Man la Armor. For the last 2,000 years the seaports ot northern Africa have been the principal ■apply stations of the zoological curiosity market. During the palmy days of th« Circus MaximuH the Koman proconsul In Hippo Regius had special instruction* to supervise the weekly shipments of wild beasts, and our menagerie owner* •tilt import a large percentage of thei; lire stock from Oran and Algiers. Thf latter city, especially, has become a ren decvous of international pet dealers, and on my last visit to Antwerp Captain E3 lard. the traveling agent of the famoiu Bagenbeck sale menagerie, gave me ax Interesting account of a lion kennel in the neighborhood of the ancient capita* of the Algerian pirates. In the arcades of the Palace Royal* and all along...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1895

WEATHER-CROP REPORT. Seattle. Wash.. Aug. 6th, 1895. The weather in both the eastern and western sections of Washing ton during the past week has been warm and without rain. This is the beginning of the fifth week of a drouth winch has remained prac tically unbroken since .July sth, the only exception being light ihowen on July 28th, and a few scattering traces of rain. The weather lias been favorable for harvesting, which has continued throughout the week. As more grain is harvested and threshed it is seen that the yield is better in quantity and quality than was recently expected, though by no means the crop there was reason to anticipate earlier in the season. ( >ats and fall wheat have fared the best, while barley and spring sown wheat have suffered the most, the re.'son f>r oats not feeling the drouth being that the bulk of the crop is raised on low, moist land. Ihe ir igated sections have grown an abun dant crop of grain this season. Potatoes have needed much more moistu...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1895

A TRUCE AT OMAHA Injunction Issued Against Police Commissioners. THE CITY COUNCIL IS SUII.EN Ihc old Police rorcc Fs still in i»osv<s son of the Propert > o! the ( it>. Omaha, Aug. 2.—Three police com -1)ma ha , A • <ll!n ~ lonera ai'e acting under the A. P. A. police [aw and doing basil in Omaha tonight, regardless of the fact that the district court restrained ihe city uncil from approving their bonds. The oath-bound organization in the council has a wonting majority and the court's order was Ignored. As a result the Citizens' Volunteer Guard of 100 men is on duty at tin: police sta tion tonight to maintain peace and as sist the regular police force In holding possession of the city property. Messrs. Broatch, Vandervoort and Poster were given their certificates us police mmissioncra at noon by the attorney general and commissioner of publii lands and buildings. The gover nor refused to sit. with them and warned them tha their course was Il legal. The Omaha council mot ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1895

BANNOCK WAR ENDS Indians Th , Cowed by the Troops. THE SETTLERS Ftll EASIER ii the Vicinity of vu Longer, 3. A :■ says; Col IF c, G I Stitzer ami Hi n. Mart P ' ■ ora the front 1 day ,'. \ repoj that General i ■ it a detachmeni locate the Ind fei terday AG who, hearing of tin: massa- Jackson Hole, :. In fn im i.. protect them, i] .■ near Mai . They ran I • is at tl Wind ■'.... tmiles from Jack.«on Hole. Tii gath< ring in i! ■ . holding a sun of 1 [j . esis i ing the troops. If fi ■ will L forced to return to tl . they will go qui etly. A ba< ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ : : nd ettlers in Jackson Hole. The la preparing to de fend t hems i lv< s and do not pi > »pose to allow th< [ndians to violate the ga la rs. Th Is will no doubt sooner or lat ir duce i ' tied. Thi prompt action of the authorities in rushing troops in saved lives and property. All clas speak in the highest terms of the wise act;. authorities in Washington. The troops will remain there, so Gen eral Coppinger says, 30 d...

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

— Barghoom was heir Monday. —.1. W. Thompson was in Gen esee Monday. — Deputy Sheriff Eacho was in t he city Monday. — Mr. and Mrs. John Payne were over from Palouse Tuesday. —.!. C. M Herman was here from Moscow Wednesday, —M. A. Corner was in Pullman from Spokane Thursday. — \\\ 11. Winfree has returned from his trip to Portland — Dave Sasenbory is in charge of a branch store at Cottonwood. — The weather of the past few day** has been cool and pleasant. — Largo quantities of Snake river fruit are now being marketed in Pullman. —A. (J. Bishop, accompanied by Miss Fanny Bishop, was here from ('niton last Monday. —L. B. Miller has been in Spo kane for the past two or three dayß. He will ret urn to-day. —W. D. Todd, who ha? been travelling for a school furniture company, has returned to Pullman. — Andrew Hardwick returned from Walla Walla this week to at tend the teacher's institute at Col fax. —Pies. Bryan returned Thurs day from Asotin, where he was in attendance at the teacher's in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VII No. 43. THE MEWS OF tie m. ■ZTXZXZ rZ3rC3T IC".A.T"X©2T.A.2-i 23.A.2tfXC z:—=otd sir:r:cTona. —A 1 the mealing of the directors of the First National Hank last Wednesday, Alf ied Coolidge, P. W. Chapman. Gay Lombard, J. J. Humphrey, A. F. Mt- Claine and Ca.-h N. < iaddis were elected (iii 'dors for the ensuing year. Mr. < lad die was re-elected cashier, the directors being highly pleased with his manage in.'lit of the bank's affairs. 1' W. Chap iua:i, in' Colfax, was elected assistant cashier. The Nirsi National is in ■• most pr<tsperous condil ion. —Carl Brewrink had a little affair with self binder last Tuesday that he will tvitumher lor some time to come. While oiling the machine, standing in froni of it. the horses started up, and Carl's legs were struck by the guards over the knife and badly lacerated. lie was lucky to e-i'ii)' with as little injury as he did. —11 i< now Judge Gammon, the county commissioners having added the handle to M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1895

TO CONCEAL CRIME The PenHleton Fire Said to Have Been of Incendiary Origin. EVIDENCES OF A CRIME George Clacking of Cascake Locks, Known to ll»\o Money, One of the Victims. Pendleton, Or. Aug. 0. A mysterj dark and deep, pregnani with serious consequences to som \ persons, envelops the Transfer hotel lire, llow it started io a question not satisfactorily an swered, lvi L Che conviction is forced thai some merciless fiend, to cover his own dark deeds, applied tli" torch which caused the deal!) of four human beings and Injuries to others. Yho investigation, though quiet, Is searching, and trails of the criminal :tr.- being closely followed. Hints of robbery and possible muder before the lire ami then the crime of arson to destroy the tracks ar< given out. hut they are only hints. Kees Haycock, the hotel proprietor, in free from a breath of suspicion and has the confidence of this community. but some of the guests are under sur veillance and if the clues hold i 1 startling developme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1895

KILLED HIS FATHER Young McGonigle of North Yak- ima Jailed. SHOT ANOTHER MAN TOO Hie rronblt. Arose Over an Attempt to Blacken the Character of a > ruing Worann. North Yakima, Aug. 12.—Charles Me- i Oonigle, a young man of 30, is in jail in this city, his father a corpse and | blacksmith Eaves Is lying: at the point j of death, all the result ot trie aspersion i of character of Eaves' daughters on the j part of young McGonigle, who shot both men late last night. The coroner's j jury this morning visited the McGon- I igle ranch, seven miles from this city, and brought in a verdict charging the young man with the murder of his fa (her. The facts were that Charles McGon lgle had told the neighbors that in his j belief Eaves kept prostitutes, and had [ further ordered his adopted sister to have nothing to do with them, lie had j also caused to be printed in a local pa per some story reflecting upon the character of Eaves' sister*. Mr. Eaves Sunday night drove to the McGonlgle ranch, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1895

Tt:E HUM HIM. Published r1 Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman poMollk-e as second class mail in.U ii I . Al II \ IIROS. - - - PUBLISIIKRH YVii.kokd Allkn, Kdi or. 1 KRMH OF BI'BHCHIPI tON : One year, in advance, - - $2.00 limntliN " | 00 Three " - .60 All inlvrrl i sen tent s will he emit i tiued and charged for till ordered out. THERE will be many visitors to the I'alouse country I bis fall, I dreds from the east making a trip vist to look tor a new location, and considerable land will doubt less change hands. That these land hunters may know just what the I'ahmse can do, it is advisable that a good display of products be made at the \\ hitman county lair. to be held in Col fax September 24-2(5. Tin: ''Double Standard" is the name of n new pa per that w.-ts born in Moscow last week. A. J. Me Donald, an able newspnper innn, is at the head of .the. enterprise, and with anything like-fair support will make a good paper. Moscow was already crowded w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1895

ABOUT INSECTS. The Minneapolis Journal discuss es the bubject of Friends and Foes j in insects in a way that will inter est Washington people: "Some people have an idea that , money is spent uselessly at agri- | cultural experiment stations invest igating the habrts and disposition of bugs. But the entomology is j one of the most useful of sciences,, and its development and applica tion in recent years have proven its value, not only to the farmer ! but to the whole population depend ent upon the farmers' crops for J bread. "There are insects and insects. ' .Some of them are very good and valuable to man because they prey upon other insects which are very i injurious to man. In Pennsylvania! and some other states the legisla-1 tures have so appreciated the im portance of insects as factors of evil to cereals and fruits that they have passed laws preventing the slaughter | of bird* which eat harmful insects, j Over 100 species of insects destroy grain. About 50are always attack ing v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1895

TIE PiILLMI DULL SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1895. REV. BAST'S SERMON. The following is a synopsis of the nerraon delivered last Sunday by Rev. VV. 11. Bast, pastor of the M. E. church, on ''The Saloon and Brothel from a Business Stand point." Text: —"Whom will ye. that I release unto you, Barahas, or Je sus which is called Christ?"-Mat, 27-17: As human beings we are crea tures having the power of choice. There is placed before every man or woman an ideal of our own sel ection, be it high or low. moral or immoral, virtuous or vile. These ideals stand before us Ml through life, and we are compelled to in iKe choice of one or the other; and more 'Specially :tt certain periods in our life's history are we forced to the issue. It 'vaa so with the enemies of Christ when he stood before Pi late. The governor would throw the responsibility of the death of this righteous man upon the ene mies of truth who had a far differ ent ideal than that presented in the beautiful character set forth in the pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1895

SLIGHTLY DISFIGURED. \ fight occurred at Thornton Sunday between Ira Mecklem and Charles Jakes in which report say> [(•(.•ill were freely used and as a re sult -lakes is disfigured for life. During the fight .lakes got Meck lem's finger in his mouth and shewed it vigorously. Mecklem then seize 1 -lakes' 1 nose with his I h iit;( i !>it it off. The sight was a siekeiiin,*" one and Jakes' screams d he heard half ;i mile. No arrests nave been made. Both men were infatuated with the same girl. A RAILROAD RUMOR. Ii is said that engineers are in the field seeking a new route across tin. 1 state of Idaho .1 nd to the coast, says the Genesee News. They are in the Salmon riv< r country, about midway between the Northern l\i .-iiic and Union Pacific, in an un settled sectii hi south of the route? usually considered available for the Burlington road. The engineers are working eastward in the valley toward the Wyoming line and may noi miss the national park far. The reason these men ap...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1895

IN RITZVILLE JAIL Slayer of Marshal Conlee of Sprague Behind the Bars. LYNCHING IS NOT FEARED Symcs Told of His Deed, the Hardships of Ilts Flight and Ills Future j Plans. i Ritzville, Wash., Auk- i~- -A. J. Symes was- landed tfly in tho Adams county jail at 12:40 this morning. For two or three nights a crowd had col lected at the depot at train time, but they were town people and were at tracted there through mere curiosity. No lnt< rference whatever was attempt ed and there are no indications of trou ble from any Ritzville people. Symes was broughi from Montana by Sheriff Thompson and 10. I>. (Jibson of Ritzville ami 11. W. McLaughlin, sher iff of Missoula county. Montana. When the train reached Rathdrum the oth ers took Ihe prisoner and quietly left tin* coach and entered the baggage car. When Ritzville was reached they took Symes off on the sid<- opposite tin* plat form and hurried him to the jail, two blocks away. So smoothly did the offi cers do their work that they h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1895

BIG FIRE AT NEWARK Destruction of Central Stamping Company's Plant. THE LOSSES WILL BE HEAVY Buildings for Illocks Around indniifiered by the Burning Brands Carr.ed hy the Wind. Newark, N. J.. Aug. 11.—The fiercest flre the department of this city has had to contend with in many years broke out in the plant of the Central Stamping Company this afternoon. The front of the Central Stamping Compa ny's plant was on New Jersey and Railroad avenues and covered 10 city lots. The stables were four stories high and 70 feet wide, running through the block to Liberty street. To the stable was attached a wing of the same size extending from tne middle of the block through East Fair street. On both sides of the main building were three-story brick buildings and on the north was a two-story brick structure. All of these were destroy*'! The loss to the Btamping company was estimated by State Senator Ketch am, treasurer of the company, as up ward of half a million dollars; Insur ance $250,000. The ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1895

I.OCAJ. NOTES. —A number of threshing ma chines have started up thi< week. —L. E. Carter is now running the Young & DePledge warehouse at (rarfield. — Miss Nellie Muncy, of Dayton, has been visiting Pullman friend* this week. — Mrs. Webb and sons, and Airs. [leywood retured from their camp ing trip Tuesday. —A much larger percentage of grain than usual is being cut with the binder this season. — The nights are becoming rath er cool, and Tuesday night .lack Frost visited some regions. — Barber Henderson, lateof Port land, ii now wielding the razor and lather brush in Jaberg's shop. —('has. Olmsted and Geo. Ford, with their families, visited Mr. and Mrs. (). L. Kennedy last Sunday. —The dramatic company is ar rant'ing tor another play at the auditorium. The date will be set for the near future. —Miss Bloom Taylor returned from the Windus ranch, near Voll mer, Wednesday, Bhe having vis ited there for a week. —Adam Shanks, of the Tacoma Grain Company, is in the city look ing afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 August 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VII, No. 44. THE PS OF THE GITY. — THE COVKCILi "WXX-X- 22 O •WITH ITVISJiITCES. i t .A. X*TJZ-.2- l TsZ^>.2& KOT7SE 33Xrr^XTX:z: to o:3k:z3 o-x^oxritf^D- —Win. Buckley came before the city council at its meeting last Tues day evening and entered complaint agaimtthe houses of ill-fame, claim ing that they were a nuisance, and a damage to his property. The council then ordered the city attor ney to draw an ordinance prohibit ing the existence oi' houses of ill tame in the city. The or linance will be read the first tinu it the next meeting of the council. The ordinance prohibitinggambling was also passed, and ordered published and enforced. — Last Sunday m >rnina:at about '■'> o'clock the residence owned by Mrs. Marion Spawr, and located at the foot of the hill leading tothj :ollege, was entirely destroyed by lire, blow the blaze commenced is unknown, as no one was living in the house at the time, and when the tire was first seen the house was en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 August 1895

MAKER OF GERMANY Imposing Ceremonies in Honor of Emperor William. DAY OF GRAVELOTTE BATTLE Present Ktil<*r of the Fatherland Laid the Foundation Stone or nn Imposing Monument. Berlin, Aug. 18 There h.is been splendid weather today, which la the j&th anniversary <>r Qravelotte day, which had so decisive an Influence <»n the Franco-Prussian war. The anni versary was signalized here by the lay ing of the foundation stone to the mon ument of the late Emperor William by his grandson, William 11. in the pres ence of many German sovereigns and other dignitaries. The proceedings opened at 8 o'clock this morning. The colors and standards of the various reg iments, crowned with oak leaves, were brought on the ground and a richly decorated Imperial standard displayed m the center of the group. At 9 o'clock a flourish of trumpets an nounced the arrival of Emperor Wil liam, who was received by Chancellor Yon Hohenlohe. The emperor deposit ed under the foundation stone of the monu...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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