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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1895

NEW YORK TICKET Candidates Named by the State: Republican Committee. THE PLATFORM AS ADOPTED Conditions Whereby the Party Can Ful fill Its Pledges oi Protection 10 Mom*.* Industries. Sai i, X. V., Sept. L 5. -The tick ■( which will be put in the field by He 1 state republican committee will be. For judge of court of appeals, C. E. Martin of Binghamton; for secretary of state, J. Palmer of Albany; Eor comp troller, James A. Roberts of Buffalo; fur state treasurer, A. a. Colvin <>f Glensfalls; for attorney general, Tl dore C. Hancock of Syracuse; for state engineer, C. A 'lams of I'; ica. The platform hi substan ■ will be 9 congratulating the party on the dawn of prosperity of the country, due i<> the confidence Inspired In the people by tl i (turn to power of a n publican congress; congratulating the wage eari the sugar planters, the agriculturalists and the I >s men that the conditions are such that the republic; n | irty can fulfill i's p ,r protection to A in indusi...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1895

THE PIiLLMN HEW. Publishedai Pullman, Washington, every i Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postoffiee as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Publmhkw Wir.FORD A i.i in, Editor. TERMS OF srnscKirnoN : One year, in advance, - - $2.00 All advertisements will bo continued and charged for till ordered oat. The Spokane fruit fair will at tract thousands from the Palouse country. It will be a new sensation to many to ride at a cent a mile on railroads. President Bryan pays that the enrollment at tin- college the com ing year will doubtless reach 300 He is in receipt of applications from all portions of the state, and the eld dormitory will be more than crowded for a few weeks, or till the girls' dormitory is completed. Tiii': Spokane Chronicle last week stated that one of its local sports men. Hob Randall by name, had just returned from a hunting trip to the Clearwater country, having killed three large elk. The Chron icle knows, or should know, that elk are protected b...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1895

WHAT IS AN EDITOR? (Book Buyer.) Some boys were asked the other day to define "ehitor." Here is some of their definitions: "An ed itor is a man who handles words," "An editor makes his living out of the English language," "An editor is somebody who does not do any thing himself and when somebody else does goes and tells other people all about it," "An editor is a man who has the industry of a beaver, the instincts of a bee and the pa tience of an ass." NOVEL GAVELS. Lmdol Smith this week made gavels, one of which will be pre sented to the Daughters ofßebekah, that are made of holly wood cut in North Carolina before the rebellion by John M. Ray, The handles are made of mountain birch cut on Mt. Shasta and brought to Moscow by Prof. Henderson of the U of I. The holly wood was brought to this state by Mr. Ray after it had lain for a number of years in his father's barn. The gavels and handles are rare specimens of wood and quite a curiosity.—Moscow Mirror. A MYSTERY EXPLAINED. About tw...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1895

THE PIILIJI Mil SATURDAY, BEPTEMBER 21, 1805. WHITMAN COUNTY FAIR. Applications for space for exhib its are being received daily, and those who inttnd placing exhibits should make application early enough to secure good space. There is no charge for entries of any kind except for bicycle racing. Pn ident Bryan of the agricultural coll ege has applied for stalls for all his fine stock, and promises to send in a full line of farm products. Pres ident Bryan doesnoi intend to com pete for prizes; he simply desires to nelp make the fair a success. There is no reason why Whitman county should not have the best fair this time that has ever been held here. The subscription list published last week covers all the premiums and purses offered, and the gate receipts will he required only for running expenses of the fair, and placing the exhibits in Spokane. It will require about #200 to pay the expenses at Spo kane, which will include shipping and fitting up the pyramid. It is the intention to ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1895

ANOTHER DEPOT BURGLARY It looks as though there were a gang of burglars operating in this part of the state that makes a spec ialty of railroad stations, says the < rarfield Enterprise. The Spokane and Palouse depot at this place was broken i t ll<» Mon day night, but, further than turn ing everything topsy-turvey, they <lone no damage and got no money. The combination of the safe had been tain >ered with in an effort to unlock it, but it was not locked and they never thought to try opening it. Agent Win. Laird usually hangs a card upon the door with ''thissafe is not locked" 1 upon it. but had i'ailt-d t>> do so on this occasion. They got in by breaking out the glass and par! of a sash from one of the windows. The O. R. & N. agent, W. J. Tip ton, is green with envy, for thi* makes two burglaries ai the S. & P. since th<* one at his office about a month ago. KOTICE. At a meeting of the hoard of di rectors of school district Xo. 59. of Whitman county, sta...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1895

AN EYE ON CUBA Cleveland Said to Be Preparing for Trouble With Spain. NAVAL BUREAU IS ACTIVE Chicago Paper Intimates I hat Hostilities in the Near I'uturc Will Not Be Surprising. i 'hi' ago, Sept 11. A special to a local paper from Washington says: Information as to the recent secret work In the navy department has leak ed out and the result is sufficient to jus tify the belief thai President Cleve land is meditating seriously the possi hi lit) of hostilities between Spain and the United States in tin near future. Whether the dispatch is due to a. de sire h. recognize Cubans as bellig re to i cogn Iz tin Cubans as b< erents, or an Intention to be in a posi tion to enforce the Mora claim is un certain, hut it can nut he denied tli.it the slate and navy departments have been unusually active In the last few weeks, rtain branches of the navy department are now devoting their at tention to the Cuban matter almost exclusively. Acting under recent orders from Sec retary Herbert some of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1895

SHE SAW DURRANT Dramatic Identification of the Prisoner at San Francisco. WITH AID OF OPERA GLASSES Ihe Cross- Examination Fails to Shake the Testimony of the Witness on th« Stand. San Francisco, Sept. 16.—The first ■witness today in the Dm rant ease was Miss Many Lanigan, who had been a fellow pupil of Blanche Lamont at the normal school. She testified that on the afternoon of -April 3 when school was dismissed at .'J o'clock she left the school with Alice Pleasant, now .Mr.-. Dorgan. They noticed Blanche Lamont in company with a man whom she iden tified as the defendani in the present action. When she noticed them first Miss Lamont was smiling rip at Dur rant who was carrying her books. Shi identified the dress and hat worn l-y Blanche Lamont and also Durrant'a appearance and attire. Durrant and JNiiss Lamont boarded ••; Powell streel car going toward Market street. As tin' car passed over the hill the witi could slill see the pair in animated com ersation. In cross-examination th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1895

THE FORTNIGHTLY CLUB. The first meeting of "The Fort nightly Club" was held at the home of Mrs. Bryan last Friday. Quite a number of the members had not returned from their summer outing, and so the attendance was smaller than usual. The programme of the day was the reading of Act I of the Merchant of Venice, this piny (|i Shakespeare having been selected as the subject of study for the tirst five meetings. The reading of the play was followed by two excellent papers — "Manners and Social Cus toms of the Period," by Mrs. ('.('. Fletcher; "The Queen of the Adri atic," by Mrs. ("has. White. Both papers were excellent and the dis cussion of each was participated in by many members. The geograph ical and social setting of the play was presented in these two papors in such a way as to lender clearer m the interpretai ion. The club ad journed to meet with Mrs. Fletcher Sept. 27, at three o'clock. Bessie Williams. Secretary. — Miss Elva banning returned yesterday from ( Oregon. — Rev. Pope...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1895

T\\6 Pullman Herald. Vol. VII, No. 49. THE PS OF THE CITY. ■JfcTXaHTT'-'W.A-'T'CXIIvX.A.iT** O-^-^CIvIOXT II3SX-I3 T7P 33TT FOOTPAD 9. 3^l.va.tion o-oiirca- to \ ■VISIT -cef-rTI .*■ .-K/r -XT. — Last Sunday morning at about 2:30 o'clock, as Night-watchman | Gammon was on his beat, he was suddenly confronted, while near Fariss Bros.' store, by an individu al, with a gun, who commanded him to hold up his hands. Gam- ! mon at one drew his revolver, but; before he had time to use it the high way had tired a shot at close range, the bullet going through Gammon's cap. Gammon then tired'ftCouple of shots at the fieeing footpad^ but failed to stop him. During the.melee a shot was put through one of the plate glass in White's store, and another in one j of the small glass above the window in Mott's store. ; — Geo. Wagner showed, in the I bicycle races at Colfax Tuesday, | that he has the making of a "scorch- j er" in him with the proper practice, i Except for accidents he would have j won bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1895

TRADE IS BETTER The Largest Wheat Exports for Three Months. A GOOD DEMAND FOR IRON Mercantile Collections \re Imoroving anil (■'MuJ'- Arc Selling With Much Less II fort. New York, Sept. 20.—Bradstreets will gay tomorrow: ••The general trade throughout the United States shows further Improve ment tins week, more particularly in m mufacturing and commercial lines at the east and south. "In the south Atlantic, gulf and southwestern states and on the Pacific coast, general trade has l n increas ing in volume with Improving mercan tile collections with Roods selling with less « ftort In many Instances. "In support of the favorable influ encing conditions are this week's heavy Increase of bank clearings, the largest week's aggregate of wheat exports within three months, the heaviest week's shipment of Indian com in 12 months, the maintenance of full pro portions of extraordinary heavy de mand for iron and steel ami the sig nificant hardening of leading money ma'•;■;■ ts, accompanied by re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1895

LANDS IN ALASKA Attempts to Secure Water Front age Under the Law of 1891. THE USE OF DUMMY NAMES Great Uritain Hns Fixed the Alaskan lundn iv According u> Her own Intercuts. Seattle, Wash., Sept. 22. Numerous attempts are being made in Alaska to secure valuable land by the perversion of the act of March 3, 1891. The law provides that bhe land for trading • nd manufacturing purposes may be taken up, bui the maximum is fixed at 160 a< res and there is a fur ther provision that it be a nearly square in outline as is practicable. Early in the pn ent year A. I. Swinelord, special agent was s nt tv ati the n He is in this city on his return to Wa : that tinders •' • im; • ss in small I icks wit 1) about $200 wort h ol ids are ti acquire title to all the water front ■ a harbor. They seem animated bj desire to take everything, and it b as though they wish to keep >\i'i-y --body im water from getting to the la nd and everybody on the land from g ting on the wuti r. The salmon canner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1895

THE ftllHl KERHLD. Published at Pullman, Washington, every I Saturday morning, and entered at the Pull man postoffice as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Publishers Wii ford Allen, I'M it or. TKK.M.s OF HUBHCRIPTION ' One year, in advance, - - $2.00 Six months " ... 1.00 Three '* " • .50 All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. Chas. Mykks will be legally exe cuted at Pomeroy next Monday *in less the governor interferes before that time. The foundation now having been laid, the Whitman county fruit and agricultural fair should become an annual institution. The Herald has turned out a large amount of job printing in the past we«k. People are learning that we do work to suit them, and that our prices are the lowest in the Palouse country. In the face of the hard times the agricultural college lias made a most remarkable growth. The at tendance has increased almost fast er than the proper facilities could be prepared for it. Advertising matter h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1895

RESERVATION OPENING. En a letter received here this week, Senator Dubois stated that, in his opinion, the reservation would be opened to actual settlement as soon as the trust patents are issued to the Indians allotecs. Thia work is proceeding rapidly, and will be finished in a short time. Consider ing the authority with which Mr. Dubois speaks, the date of actual opening is not far oil". Petitions are now being circulated urging the desirability of opening the lands to settlement this fall. Judging by the large numbers of signatures they are receiving by prospective settlers and those inter ested, the unanimous opinion is in favor of immediate opening. The argument is made that in the fav ored altitudes of the Clearwater valley much preparation for the j-rason's crop is made during the winter month?, and that by open ing the reserve this fall a crop could be raised the coming season. These petitions will Ik; forwarded to the department at Washington. Eight hundred of the nineteen h...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1895

EDITORS IN SESSION The Annual Meeting of the Idal o State Press Association. THt ELECTION OF OFFICERS Lcwiston Kntcrtnins the Visitors in l-'inc Style-- Visits to the Neighbor ing < >rcha rds. I.< \vi-!< hi, Sept. 21. '111. Idaho State Press Vssociation mci yesterday In Its third annual convention, quite a num ber of members from differeni points oi Lli state being present. After ;i I mi iI was decided on account ol ihe lirjii attendance to adjourn un til today, in the meantime the • • ■ - shown aboul the city and en lined by tin ir friends until > \. The convention met at i<> o'cloi morning, in" following olllcers l)"i;.,^ r present: President John Lawrence, DeLamar Nugget; Secretary \i. K. Lockwood, Welser Signal. A number of letters were receh <1 m ml »ers of the iation thai other ma tters made it lm] sible for them to be in attenda rico, but that the association had their besl lies and hearty co-opi •va tion In all thi ir arts. After transacting routine b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1895

MAKING THE SLATE The Democratic Hosts Crowd the Hotels of Syracuse. SOME OF THE MAIN PLANKS The Comptrollership the Main Hone of Contention New Candidates Arc Springing ' p. Syracuse, X. V.. Sept. 23 -The streets, corridors >.>f hotels and every place where politicians can gather have turn ed Into meeting places for the- demo cratic slatemakers and breakers, and t-o glutted is every avenue i-i the hotels that it is difficult to move about. Ev ery train since noon has broughi in its quot i of delegates from the Empire State from tin.' express that landed David B. Hill, Comptroller Campbell, Clerk Defrees and Chairman J. W. Hinckley, and the fast mail, which brought Senator 'Murphy and ex-Lieu tenant Governor Shc-ehan, down to the slower g« ting specials, one bearing Tam many, 500 Strong, and another with the state democracy aboard to the number of 250. It is estimated that at hast a third more people are here than were at Saratoga at the republican convention, and still they wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1895

—S. B. Fuller, a Spokaneite, was here Monday. — Harry Benton was over from Colfax last Saturday. —Mrs. Minnie Sargent took in the fair at Colfax Wednesday. — Mrs. Al Harris, of Genesee, is visiting ihe family of W. 15. Wallis this week. —Geo. Ford and family drove over to (\>ll'a \ to attend the fair \\ ednesda v. — Ed. True and Miss Elva ban ning were among Pullman's visitors to the county seat Tuesday. — 11. L. Stevenson, of tlie Cas cades, Wash., who visited friends here last week, returned to his home Tuesday. — Miss Mac Stevens, who has been engaged in Board man's store the past three weeks, will return to Col fax, next Monday, where she will clerk in Kuhn's store. —Several of the University stu dents went to Pullman last night to have agood time. Judging from reports they had it. Several are reported injured and others are sick. — Moscow Times- Democrat. Call on or write to ('. I". Ruling, of Oakesdale, ii you want to borrow money. His rate.- ;mv Inw and he is placing more ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VII. No. 50. THE HEWS OF THE CITY. i-ieccESiDiiTCirs ■of the city ' COVWCII-. j j ITE-W SIEE-TTAI-X TO 13X3 X3tJIL,T i ©XT TT ft, TP^^ 11 STREET. - At the regular meeting of the j council, last Tuesday evening, May- j or Squires and Councilmen Hun- j gate, Wallis, Crawford and Baker were present. Council Baker was make clerk pro tern. The committee on streets and highways reported favorable to per mitting the Northern Pacific rail way right of way for side track for use of college near the Young & De- Pledge warehouse, and the city at torney was ordered to draw an or dinance granting that permission, j Ordinance No. — C, relating to | houses of ill fame, was read last time, and put on its final passage and will he in full force and effect on and after next Thursday. This ordinance makes it unlawful to run a house of ill fame in the city, or to lease a house or room for that pur pose. A petition was read by residents of Mechanic's hill, asking that a side...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1895

MUSIC ANO ORATORY Opening of Spokane's Second Annual Fruit Fair. NtARLY 3000 IN ATTENDANCE Governor McCouncll of Idaho Makes on Address Iha i Menses the IHg Audience. Governor William J. McConnell of Idaho formally opened the Spokane fruit fair yesterday afternoon. He made a happy speech, which was fre quently Interrupted with applause. The governor spoke from the band stand, and every word could be dis tinctly heard throughout the Immense 1 building. The hand plaj ed "Hail «lol umbia" as th<- governor, Mayor Belt and J. W. Binkley, president of the Spokane Eiureau of Immigration, as cended i he Bteps. The governor was Introduce d by Pr< s ident Binkley and there was a burst of applause from the large audience when he rose to speak. He said: Mr. Chairman and Fellow Citizens ol Washington, Idnho and uregon: We are here for the purpose of formally opening this fair, for which enterprise >>>v are under obligations to the bureau of Immi gration of the cltj of Spokane. For...

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

MILES IS THE MAN To Succeed Lieutenant-General Schofield in Command. VAGUE RUMORS SET AT REST Received All His Military Training on the Field or' I\perienc:-A Varied Career. New York, Sept. 29.—There Is now no longer any doubt that Major General Miles is to succeed Lieutenant General Schofield in the office of general in com mand of the United States army. General Miles made that statement of the fact tonight to a representative of the Associated Press, saying that he was informed of the president's de termination to appoint him on Friday, by the secretary of war, whom he met in this city by snecial appointment at the Metropolitan Club. General Schofield retired from active service at noon today and it is probable that the appointment of General Miles will be announced tomorrow or very shortly. The announcement will set at rest the rumors which have been going 1 the rounds during the last week con cerning General Sehofield's probable successor. There was an impression in some quarte...

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

TIE PULLjIH IEIHLD. Published ai Pullman, Washington,every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postoffice as second class instil matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Publisher* Wilford Allen, Editor. TKKMS OF BUBBCHIITION : One year, in advance, - $l\oo six months " ... 1.00 Three " " - .50 All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. C. W. Bean, state superintendent of schools, is in the city. The World has discontinued pub lication, and Mr. Wentworth with his family has gone to Spokane. Pullman's claim as the greatest educational center of the state will have vanished if the election next week fails to carry. If you want the public school to open bo sure that your ballot next Monday reads "For validating and ratifying indebtedness, yes, X." ,1. C. Raynard. clerk of theschool district, explains elsewhere the whys and wherefore of the election next Monday. Read it and vote "Yes." Don't have it said that people have to move away from Pullman to put their child...

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