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

CLEVELAND'S WORK Tom Patterson Tells of the Blow at Silver in 1892. WAS DONE BY FALSE FRIENDS Vilas, McPherson and Bayard 1 aid the Trap in the Democratic Platform Plank. Denver, Sept. I.—The Rocky Moun tain News today published an editorial in which Thomas M. Patterson, editor of that paper, gives a full account of the proceedings of the sub-committee of the committee on resolutions at the last democratic convention relating to the financial plank. The sub-committee consisted of Mr. Bayard, Senators Mc- Pherson. Vilas and Daniel. John D, C. Atkins of Tennessee, L. F. Garrard of Georgia, Mr. Jones of Missouri and Mr. Patterson of Colorado. Mr. Patterson says: "When the plank was first read and analyzed I suggested that it was uncertain and gave room to cavil about its meaning. To remove this uncertainty I requested that the word 'free 1 be inserted before the words 'coinage of gold and silver, etc' Senators Vilas and McPherson opposed this, and so did Mr. Bayard. Each gave his reaso...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1895

THE PULLDI HERHLD. Published at Pullman, Washington, e\ cry ■ Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postofTice a 8 pecond class mail matter. ALLEN RROS. - - - It m uh Wii.Foitn Ai i in. Editor. XEKMH OF Hl' [JhCBIITION : (me year, in advance, - - $2.00 Si \ liiulit lis I .(lit Three " " - .50 All advertisements will he continued and charged for till i irderei I out. The da) of the big farm and ex clusive wheat crop is past. It is said that the Johnson Optic nill be removed t<> Denver, Idaho. Tue pat ron of " home indust r\ " exhibits his patriotism. In sup port of patriotism, therefore, let the grain of the slate find its seaboard on I'iiL'ct sou;id. Let us build up our own ci ies and our own state. A m M mi; of part ius have been arrested at ISllensburg charged with complicity in the Vinson lynching, li might not seem so funny if they were found guilty, but it is hardly probable thai a western jury will iind anyone guilty of anything. Tin-: Palouse count ry is now abla...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1895

HINCKLEY HAS APPEALED. Geo. N. Hinekley has taken an appeal from the sentence imposed upon him by Judge Piper. His at torneys, G. G. Pickett and R. T. Morgan, have served notice of ap peal and have prepared a brief which lets out the points upon which they rely for the supreme court to set aside this judgment. The grounds assigned are that the information does not state facts sufficient to constitute a public of fense or to sustain a judgment of conviction of the crime of forgtry; that the warrants alleged to have been forged are not upon the face thereof such instruments as is the subject of forgery or such an instru ment upon which a judgment of conviction for the crime of forgery can be maintained; that the infor mation fails to allege the corporate existence of the payee of said war rants, to-wit, Latah county, and fails to set out the corporate seal of said county,and that the judgment of conviction and sentence is void for the reason that Section 797b' of the revised statutes ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1895

THE PULLIIi PP. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1896. HAM) TORN OFF. Las! Saturday afternoon John l.usk, 6fCornwall, had the misfor tune to have his left hand caught in the cogs of Williams' 1 threshing machine, at work oh Noah Rusaw's place and in consequence amputa tion was necessary, says the Mir ror. The machine had been run nine without the customary cap over the cylinder gearing, and when lie went to oil the bearing on the end of the cylinder his glove was drawn into the gear by the suction caused by the rapid movement of the gearing, and his hand was ground to a pulp from the grst joint of the fiegers to near the wrist, lift was brought to Moscow and the in jured member amputated about three inches above the wrist. Dr. Vvatkins, assisted by Dr. Worth ington and Dr. Delepine of Julia etta performed the operation. INDIANS VS. GAMBLERS. Indian Mox Mox from the reser vation rode into Genesee on his own wagon behind his own team. After a night of carousal he walked home having lost his out...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1895

WHITMAN COUNTY FAIR. Everything pertaining to a com plete and successful fair is being lone by the promoters, who are en couraged and ably assisted by the iintire county, and indications point to a very large attendance. The premium lists are all ready for dis tribution and can be obtained <>f Zell M. Beebe, the fair secretary, or of the nearest vice president, all of whom will have a supply. It is a well known fact that there are in Eastern Washington some 25 or 30 different varieties of seed ling apple?, and experts claim they are the best apple we have, and the desire is that from 15 to 20 speci mens of each variety be brought or sent in, carefully wrapped in paper; in fact all fruit should be carefully packed so it can be sent.to Spokane in good condition, for it will bo apt to be damaged more or less. Division F (farm produce) in premium list calls for one bushel sample of each kind of grain, that is an error, it should read 1-2 bush el. Exhibitors will please bear this i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1895

WHITES TO BLAME Jackson Hole People Caused the Trouble With the Bannocks. THE REDS WERE MURDERED United States District Attorney and Deputy Marshal Denounce Settlers as Assassins. Washington, Aug. SO.—The depart ment of justice has received from the United States district attorney and marshal of Wyoming the official re ports of their Investigation into the Bannock Indian troubles, made by the direction of the attorney general. The reports are dated August 23. The dis trict attorney of Wyoming reports as follows: "I have no doubt whatever that the "killing of Indian Tanega on or about the 13th of July was an atrocious, out rageous and cold-blooded murder, and it was a murder perpetrated on the part of Constable Manning and Ms deputies In pursuance of a scheme and conspiracy <>n their part to prevent the Indians from exercising ;i right and privilege which is. In my opinion, very clearly guaranteed to them by the treaty before mentioned. Should pros ecution on the part of the Un...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1895

THE EAST SHAKEN Three Distinct Earthquakes in Brooklyn and New York. LITTLE DAMAGE WAS CAUSED House* Trembled and Insecure Articles Were in Some Instances Thrown to the Floor Brooklyn, N. V., Sept. I.—Three di» tinct earthquake shocks were felt by I the residents of Brooklyn about 6 o'clock this morning. No damage to life or property is reported from any section of the city. The districts of East New York and South Brooklyn felt the greatest shock, but the rum blings were distinctly felt in other sec tions of the city. Contradictory report* are given as to the severity of the shocks. The first shock, which was felt at 6 o'clock, was followed by a rum bling noise, like distant thunder. This was followed by two other Blighter shocks, which, according to most re ports, died away in low, grating tones. Superintendent of Police William J. McKelvey telephoned to the police headquarters from his Green avenue residence to the effect that he had been awakened from a sound sleep by the earthq...

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

SUPERIOR COURT PROCEED- INGS; r S Savings »v Loan Co vs Ore gon Furniture Co judgment. State vs I Mansfield —charge of assault with :i deadly weapon. to | plead Sept. 10. State vs \V C Murphy — charge of cattle stealing, plead not guilty; trial set for October 24. State vs W r leek — charge of grand larceny, plead not guilty. State v- Tobe l!«i(i —demurn ir to information sustained; prosecuting attorney lilcd a new information. State \s Louis 1! Benner —charge of burglary; plead not guilty; sel for trial Oct 22; bond fixed at jfSUO. State vs Raymond Prefl'er —> (it for trial Oct 25. State vs C (' Cosand, charge of criminal libel—pel for trial Ocl 21. State \> Herman Schultz, charge of home stealing —set ft»r trial (Jci 24. Northwestern iv. Pacific Hypoth eek Bank as H B Wcody et al— dismissed at plaintifi's motion and State \ - (iirard ( Hark —continued till Kept 10. Firsi National Bank of Moscow v< W 1! Kincaid —judgment. I' S Savings A Loan Co vs A C Touti 1 et a I—decr&l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VII, No. 47. IDE HEWS OF II CITY. Z-ZT~Z~Z-.ZZ COSTTSITTICITO T"!X~:i3tTCj not csr:=_i-r rxis TEA.M. —Mrs. J. ft. Johnson and Attor ney \V. II Plummer, of Spokane, arrived in the city Thursday to pro tect the interest of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson in certain personal prop erty owned by them and now held by Constable Buhmann, under at tachment and execution. When the Johnsons left here some time ago they left certain of their household goods and other personal property stored in the house formerly occu pied by them. There were also a number of unpaid bills left, and in an effort to cellect these the goods aforementioned were attached. Mrs. Johnson, through her attorney, now claims that the goods were commu nity properly, and were exempt un der law from attachment, while the other side contends that Johnson has left the state, and intended de frauding his creditors, and that the goods are consequently amenable to attachment. The goods were ad vertised to be sold und...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1895

SACKING VILLAGES Turks Have Surrounded an Entire District of Armenia. WITH JHE USUAL TORTURES Society of Turkish Officials formed With the Avowed Intention of Murdering Christians. London, Sept. 9.--A dispatch to the Dally News from Kara, Armenia, Hays: "The entire district of Kenacks is surrounded by Turkish troops dis patched by Zekki Pasha under the plea of arresting Armenian revolutionists. The village! of Kami, Tirigugener, Tortan, Boroputa and Mariga are re ported to be completely sacked, and the population, aggregating 5000 people, Were foully dealt with. The men were tortured and the women and children ravished. The four monasteries of Aukwauk, Sourphop, Thervoritchoga and Souppkagop were Backed and the altars and images were destroyed. The excitement and alarm are universal. "Authentic information from Moosh is ti^ the effect that an anti-Christian society of Turkish officials has been formed there and at Jiitlis with the avowed intention of slaughtering 111• • Christians i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1895

DEATH IN THE MINE Forty Victims of Blinding Fire and Smoke. ALL HOPE OF RESCUE GONE llamcs Caught in the Shaft and Suffoca tion Must Have Been the Por tiou of All. Calumet, Mich., Sept. 7.—At about 3 o'clock today a tire broke out in the shaft of the Oscoola mine, and it is more than probable that 40 men and hoys have been burned to death or suf focated. The names of the men known to be in the mine are as follows: Walter I >ole. ARE CERTAINLY DEAD. The fire started in shaft No. 3, which is used to Garry the miners to the sur • from the mine, and when the b] oke out all of the men and ; oys em ployed hi the mine, about 200 in num ma.de a i ush For the hope ":' b( ing taken to the bui fa< c. The fire was too rapid Cor them, however, and the - ncea of i tig by the ?4);i!'t were entirely cut off by flames and smoke. The majority of the Im prisoned miners made a break for a vi ii ad iw thi3 way mana ■.:■■•! to h another shaft, from which they were taken to the top. Forty were missi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1895

HE HUM HERRLD. Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the ■ Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postoffice as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Publishers "Wii.kohd Allen, Editor. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance, - - $L\oo Six months " ... ,1.00 Three " " - .50 All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. The farmers are not in much danger of being troubled with dust in hauling grain this fall. Apparently Dame Nature and the democratic party have formed a trust, and are now doing their level) est, or worst, to down the IV louso fanner. The Net IVrce is not yet a full fledged American citizen as many suppose, as Uncle dam retains a guardianship over him for the next twenty-five year*, and fire water is prohibited him for that length of time. He can vote, but must not make a fool of himself by getting drunk; poor fellow! Somebody who waDts to explain what the editorial "we" signifies, says it lm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1895

AMOS AND HIS MONEY. Just before the Indian races btgan Monday an Indian wagon drove through the throngs of happy Xez PerceS, drove past the festal scenes. out Main street and on to the res ervation, says the Lewiston Trib une. The light spring wagon was brand new, and so wasthe harness, the whip, lap robe and other tackle. The owner was evidently one of the best paid of the N< k/, Perces and he had invested part of his money ac cording to his taste. The driver; was also clad in new raiment and | his gorgeous attire indicated that his heart ought to be glad from an Indians point of view. In the wagon that drove steadfastly past the tempting scenes was a long new coffin. Indian money does not always bring peace. In this case it. brought self-destruction. The box was for young Titus Amos, who lived at the iuouth of the Potlatch creek. lie had s*me trivial quarrel with his wife, which originated over the money question, and went out aid shot himself. He was a yon of old George Amos a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1895

THE FIUMI mi SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. UNDER THE AVI I EAT. Last Sunday a number of small boys were playing on a high pile of sacked wheat in the Alliance ware house when the sacks gave way, burying underneath about one hun dred sacks of grain the smallest son of John (iroh. His playmates ran for help. The sacks were thrown aside and the boy taken out. The lad was at first thought dead, his face being discolored and his tongue protruding from his mouth. The doctor was immediately sent for, but before he arrived the lad re gained consciousness. About thirty of the grain bags were bursted, and it is a mystery how the lad escaped death.—Uniontown Gazette. POAVERFU L LOCOM< >TI YES. The Northern Pacific company now owns the two largest loeomo motives in America. They arrived from the Schenectady Locomotive works recently, and will be put in to service on the mountains imme diately The dimensions of the two locomotives are enormous. They are equipped with four pairs of driv ers...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1895

FLAX CULTURE IX WASH- INGTON. The following letter of inquiry re garding the fiax industry in this section was referred by the Spokes man-Re view to President E. A. Bryan of the Washington Agricul tural College and School of Science: Helena, Mont.. Sept. -'>—To the Editor: Will you kindly inform me through the columns of your I valuable paper to what extent the cultivation or growing of flax ii car ried on in the state of Washington. Do the farmers interested in the growing of flax save their seed olny or do they save the fiber as well? What methods do the farmers em ploy in curing the fiber? What is I the yield of seed per acre and what is the yield of fiber per acre? I would also like the prices the seed fetches per bushel. Also what the fiber sells for per LOO pounds. Jt is a very important industry for your state. I would like to cor- \ respond with some party that is in- j terested in the business, as I have had over 20 years experience in the growing and curing of flax. R. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1895

BLOWN TO ATOMS Frightful Accident From an Explo- sion of Dynamite. BY A BOY'S CARELESSNESS fr'trcJ a Bullet Into the House and an Aw (HI Eruption l-'ollowed Instantaneously. Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 8. A fright ful accident, resulting In the death of five persons, occurred today at Specht's Ferry, a small station on the Milwaukee road, IL' miles above Du buque, lowa. A. Kirschner of Fount ain City lias the contract Cor putting Wing dams in the river and has a large force of men employed. These men boarded at a large shanty run by Ed ward Latshaw, whose home was In Victory. VVis. This morning Foreman V,. 11. Owens was passing the building when he noticed one of the Latshaw boys firing a rifle near the house, which was raised near the ground, and un der it a large amount of dynamite was stored. Owens pointed out the danger of an explosion, and tin- lad promised to stop firing the gun. Owens passed along and had got about 50 feet when the gun was again fired, and an explo sion of dyna...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1895

CAMP FIRES GLEAM Grand Army Legions Opened Their Great Encampment. GRIZZLED SAILORS THERE, TOO Lonisvllle Is Peopled With White Haired Saviors of the Glorious Union of state-*. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 9.—The twenty ninth encampment of the CJ. A. R. open ed with a parade on the arrival of Com ma nder-in-Chief Lawler and staff at 7:30 a. m. In the rirst carriage with Conimander-in-Chief Lawler were Col. K. W. Kelly, editor of the Louisville Commercial and commander of the G. A. 11. department of Kentucky and chairman of the invitation and .recep tion committees. The Louisville le gion was the feature of the parade. At the Gait house, the heaquarters of the officers are beautifully decorated and elaborate arrangements have been made for receptions during the day. While the reception of the command er-in-chief and staff was the most im posing event of the day, the receptions sit the depot of the G. A. R. posts and veterans arriving In other groups were equally interesting- Special trains...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1895

Till? SUPERIOR COURT. The past week has been an ex ceptionally busy one in the super ior court, says the Commoner. Tho decision of the court that farm re ceivers can not legally be appointed has caused a number of demurrers and appeal?. In the case of Roberi Balfour el al versus Geo. Grant et al, th* coure has made an order re quiring plaintifi and all others who may join in the appeal to furnish a bond of •$ 1000 to stay all proceed ings in the mailer >f the receiver ship during the appeal from the or der of tho court. In the similar case of Siilson vs. Torranne the same order was made. The Ver mont Loan and Trust company has ..." withdrawn its applications for re ceivers in several cases. Several demurrers to the derision of the court in this matter were overruled. On Thursday Mrs. Frances Mans field plead "not guilty" to charm- ()' assault with intent to commit mur der and her trial was set for Tues day, October 29th, at 10 a. m. 1 n the case of Ihe stale againsi Girard Clark ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VII: No. 48. THE HEWS OF THE HIT. Or. TZ. C-ft-RTER riITED 551.0© 3T&TS. -^7riiii=i=x2To- ins *a?vx*xm. —Considerable confusion was caused in Chinatown last Monday when Officers Gammon and Buh mann, assisted b/ T. L. Munroe, dropped down upon the unsuspect ing Celestials, and bagged five of them on a charge of smoking opium. The Chinamen were cast into the city bastile, and Tuesday evening were taken before Justice Merriman but the case was continued till Wed nesday evening. At the latter time the trial progressed, the Chinamen being represented by Attorney Steams, questions being asked and answered through a Chinese inter preter from Walla Walla. The judge concluded that there was rot sufficient evidence to convict the Chinamen on the charge, and they were acquitted. About $60 worth of the drug was found with the Chinamen, but as it had the gov ernment stamp it could not be con fiscated. —Ci. R. Carter is a teamster em ployed in hauling wheat to this •i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1895

SENDING OUT GOLD Comptroller Eckels Sees the Ne cessity of Home Products. A NtW GOVERNMENT LOAN The financiers Who l>o Not Consider It Idvisublc in the Present State London, Sept l<>. Hon. James E. E< Ui'ls. comptroller of the United States treasury, made the following Btate nx nt today on the request of a repre sentative of tlio Associated Press: "Being thus far away from New York and noi Knowing the exact condi tions prevailing there, which are pro ducing shipments of gold abroad, I feel 1 can say nothing upon thai sub ject which will be of special benefit to the public. Generally speaking these gold shipments came about from the fact thai the American people are buy ing a great deal abroad and not selling sufficient of their own products to equalize things, thus necessitating the settlement of the balance due In gold, maintain a financial system which makes the United States treasury a general market of supply for all re quiring gold; consequently more or less embarra...

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