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

WHAT DID HE DRINK. It is strange that this paper here in the interior should he the only one to be able to report Mount Rai nier in eruption on Thursday night, September I.), 1895, says the Pom eroy Independent. We get our information of the occurrence from W. V. Morris who was in the Blue mountains at Teal's camp with his pom after wood. From that point the monarch of the Cascades can be seen. Early in the night they were at tracted by a great light in a west erly direction. On examination they could see at intervals great tongues of (ire and ilames leaping up\\ard from the mountain to great distance above the apex. When the upward force was spent the ap pearance was that of great balls of lire rolling downwards in all direc tions from an exploding substance. The top of the entire mountain was a sea of ilames and what they imagined to be melted mass of lava encircling the sides of the mountain as far down as they could see from their point of view. They judge it was an overflow of ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1895

THE PSLLfII HERHLD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1805. HT THE 1.11.15. Of S. PROF. PIPER'S CHAPEL TALK. The other day there passed away one of the greatest men of the cen tury —Pasteur. Great as a chemist, he was far greater ai a biologist. To him more than to any other be longs the honor of establishing the germ theory of disease; a theory which eas placed the cure and pre vention of most diseases, or at least their investigation, on a scientific. rational basis. Perhaps no man ever conferred on the world as great blessings as he, and the world can only repay the debt in honor to him. The Franco-German war cost France an indemnity of one billion of dollars, and tne expense of carry ing on the war was perhaps as much more. Vet Huxley ventured the assertion that the discoveries of Pas teur in the decade during and after this struggle were worth much more to France than the war cost her; and these discoveries were mainly on fermentation and on the diseases of the silk worm. Just a few days af...

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

W. ('. T. T. RESOLUTION'S. Whereas, The Woman's Chris tian Temperance Union of Pullman has baen greatly favored by the leadership and direction of God, and the support of the citizens in their effort for the uplifting of sen timent and bettering of humanity, do herein Resolve, Ist, that we render due homage to our Heavenly Father for his care. Resolve, 2d, that we tender our thanks to Mrs. Cox for her services; to Rev. Lotz and the trustees of the Christian church Tabernacle for the me of their tent; to Messrs. E. li. Letterman, J. A. Hungate, J 11. Squires for permission to erect the Tabernacle on their grounds; to the honorable city mayor and council men for permitting the same; to the Revs. Lotz and Letson, Messrs. J. B. Moys, J. R. Cromwell, J. Urich, Frank Baymiller, B. F. Taylor, E. K. Barbee, E. A. Shirley, Mr. Olds, and all others who rendered such effective service in preparing the grounds and erecting the tent; to Williams & Moss for the lurnDer so freely loaned; to th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1895

THROWN FROM A WAGON. Wm. Johnston, belonging to the Stinson threshing outfit, will take a rest for a while, says the Genesee News. A portion of the crew came to town Wednesday evening "for a time" and started out early next morning for the machine, but when they were near the Mike Glover place the team became unmanage able and Mr. Johnston was thrown out of the wagon in front, both wheels passing over his body, the hub striking him in the face. When brought back to town he presented a dilapitated appearance. Wheth er there were any bones broken or any serious internal injuries caused we are not informed. Dr. Harvey is caring for the man. Those who persist in carousing must sooner or later pay the penalty. PAID THE $908.08. Last Monday ex-Auditcr B. P. Cone paid into the county treasury the $908.08 claimed to be due the county as shown by the fee book and for which he was arrested some time ago, says the Mirror. Mr. Cone presented the gold coin to Mr. Woodworth, clerk, and was given ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1895

FRUIT AS A FOOD AND MED [CINE. The great mass ofthe people look upon fruit as a luxury upon which they can only spend odd pennies for the amusement of their child ren. Many parents will more read ily spend money on injurious or even poisonous sweets than they will on good healthy fruit, and fashionable societ•■• will spend dol lars on cakes, wines and brandies, while they spend as many pennies on the very thing they need to keep them healthy — fruit. And as for the amount of drugs swallowed which should be replaced in a great measure by fruit it is beyond my powers to calculate. Millions upon millions of dollars are spent annu ally upon mercurial and other pur gatives, most of which would be quite unnecessary if the people would but look upon fruit as a nec essary article of diet. The fruit grower ofthe future must try to so educate the public mind that this state of things will be altered. The man who makes sweets puts them up in all sorts of tempting boxes or packages, then he pus...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1895

DEATH OF PASTEUR He Became Famous in Fighting Hydrophobia. HE WAS A GENIUS IN SCIENCE His Blrtfa In a I'rcnch Province, UN Life in P.tris and the Honors Heaped I pon Him. Paris, Sept. 28. Professor Louis Pas teur, the emincni bacteriologist, died here a lE> o'clock this evening. Louis Pasteur was born December 27, 1822, In Hi( French town of Dole. His fath< r was an old soldier wh >, on returning to Prance decorated with the trophies <>f war, was obliged to work hard to earn his bread. He took up the trade of a tanner, and soon aft r ward married a worthy young girl whose heart and spirit were agitated by thoughts ab^ve the level of Inn modest life. When little Louis came to them, with mingled pride and tender ness they iiH.'d to say over him: "We will make him an educated man." [n l^:> the Pasteur family removed to Arbois, where the Pasteur senior bought a tanyard, in which Louis speni a good part of his childhood, until lie was old enough to go as a hall-pay scho...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1895

GERMAN POLITICS Coa!it;on to Give the Government a Majority. SECRETS GOLD TO FRANCE Kmpcror Willinm Is ll;n ii:;; His I'suii Sporting i lick, Killing 2'S Stags Himself- Berlin, Sept. 28.—Prince Yon Hohen lohe, t!u> Gorman imperial chancellor, has abandoned the attempt to secure a majority in the reichstag through the aid of the centrist votes. The cen trist party furnished ample proof last winter ol being both Irreconcilable and unreliable and Prince Bismarck's ad vice "ii this point is said to have chang ed the opinion that Prince Yon Hoh enlohe formerly held. Negotiations are now "a foot between the factions of the conservative party and the national liberals and moderates to secure con certed action throughout the next ses sion of the reichstag on the most vital of government measures. The move ment which ir; almosi certain to suc ceed will give the government a more stable majority than ever Yon Caprivi had. Emperor William has be< n having !>^. usual sporting luck at R...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1895

UK'Ai NOTES. — Dr. McCulh n, of Col ton, is re ported as quite ' irk with typhoid fever. —Mrs. Webb wpnt to Spokane Tuesday, accompanied by her son, Roy, the young man entering a coll ege in the Fulls city. —Mrs. .). ('. Taylor and children arrived Saturday from North Da kota, and arc now visiting herpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. K. I\ Allen in this city. Dandruff is an exudation from the pores of the skin that spreads and dries, forming scurf and caus ing the hair to fall out. Hall's Hair Renewer cures it. —Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Murray are risiting in the city. They will leave next week for Denver, Idaho, where Mr. M. will engage in the newspa per business. —The Young Men's Sunday Ev ening Club will meet in the parlors of the Congregational church, next Monday evening, at 7:30 o'clock. The members are all requested to be present. It your child is puny, fretful, troubled with glandular swellings, inflamed eyes, or sores on the head, face, or body, a course of Ayer's Sarsaparilla is needed to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

Vol. VII, No. 51. THE PS OF THE CITY. COITSTABLE a3"OrXX2^A.XTST -A^XS RESTES 3F I©!*. ABSAT7LT. TWELVE IvTIX-I-S CITT T\A-2E —S. T. Roseiter and Fred Huh-1 man had a dispute over certain of i the furniture that had been left in the former's care by J. R. Johnson, j and as a result Buhman swore out a warrant for Mr. Rossiters arrest,; charging him with assault. This case, however, was dismissed, and Mr. Buhman is now under arrest, i charged by Mr. R. with having as- I saulted him with a deadly weapon, and the case will be heard before a justice at Colton next Wednesday. —Henry Oliver and wife left i Tuesday for the Clearwater Bridge, where they will make their home, [ Mr. Oliver having formed a part-' nership with P. L. O. Bannon, at that point, in the general merchan- \ disc business. W. E. Beach, of this city, took on Oliver's household goods to the Bridge for him. —At its special meeting on the evening of the 4th, the city council levied a twelve mill tax on city property, it bei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

SPOKANE FRUIT FAIR Has Proven Successfu Beyond Expectations. A COMPLETE LIST OF AWARDS The Finest Display of l-'ruit and VcgCt jiMes Ever Displayed in the North wot. Spokane, Wash., Oct. 8. The judges, of which there are three each on horticulture and agriculture, bo^an their labors yesterday, and no body envied them the task before them. The judges on horticultural exhibits examined only the fruits entered for sweepstakes, and of th<*e n>>i many were passed upon yesterday. The award of the $200 district and county prize will nut be made until the close of the fair. The judges on agricultural exhibits made a large number of awards yester day and will continue their labors to day. Following are the premiums awarded up t(> last night : Host display of grains, and roots grown by one person or firm- First, Hezelwood Dairy Company, Spo kane. Besi winter wheat—First, Potlatch Horticultural Society, Kendrick; sec ond, Crowell & McDonald, Harrington. li.'st spring wheat W. Q...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

MINE GAS IGNITED Terrific Explosion in the Dorrance Workings at Wilkesbarre. LOSS OF LIFE IS UNKNOWN live Men, lladly It timed, Have Already ■ Keen Brought ip Prom the Scjnc of Disaster. Wilkesbarre, Pa., Oct. 7.—Shortly after 5 p. m. today a terrific explosion of gas occurred in the Dorrence mine, operated by the Lehigh Valley Coal Company. It is not yet known how many men. were in the mine. The of ficials are reticent and it is almost im possible to get any information from the lower levels, where the rescuers are at work. At 8 o'clock five men, badly burned, were brought to the surface. They were R. Blanchard, R. Miller, Michael Moss, George Lafley, Joseph Murphy. The first two are members of the engineer corps. Moss and Lafloy are laborers and "Murphy is a driver. Miller and Blanchard are so badly burned that they can not live. Blanchard gave his version of the explosion to a reporter as he lay on a cot in the hospital. Shortly before 5 o'clock the engineer corps decided to make...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

THE PULLim HERBLD. Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postofflce as second class mail matter. AI.LKN BROS. - - - PUBLIBHBBS WILFORD AiiiiN, Editor. TBRMB OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance, - - $2.00 six months " ... 1.00 Three " - .50 All advert isements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. THAT ASSIGNMENT LAW. The decision <>f Judge Sullivan last week wherein he held that the law of 18*)r> in relation to assign ments did not apply to indebted* ness contracted prior to the pas sage of that law, so far as releasing persons making assignments for t lie benefit of creditors, was a great disappointment to many who can see no other way out of their finan cial difficulties, yet it seems to be good law supported by the highest authorities, and the decision may be accepted as final. Before a per son can be released from his in debtedness his estate must pay fifty cents on the dollar of that in- ! debtedness, maki...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

BEANS AS A CROP. C. E. Whisler expects to have' one hundred bushels of beam this season. He is thinking of planting his whole ranch to this crop next season, which he figures will bene fit the land just as much as sum mer fallowing and at the same time will be as profitable as a wheat • •lop. He and his brothers made a bean ph.nter last winter that works to perfection, and he is thinking of making a thresher and a machine to pull them next winter. He had his crop pulled by contract this season, paying $1.40 an acre, and the Jmen who pulled them made good wages at that. His yield will ■ be ten or eleven bushels per acre, which even at that present low price of beans, $1.50 per bushel, is better than wheat. —Garfield En terprise. MARRIED IN JAIL. ;uliar marriage ceremony performed ; at the court house. Justice Doolittle ! being called on to perform the mar riage ceremony joining Win. Wag-; ncr, now held in the county jail to await trial on a charge of burglary, md Dora Hall, says the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

THE FILUHI MLD. SATURPAY, OCTOBER 12, 1895. HTTHE W.fl.C. &S. OfS. MKS. VAN DOREN'S CHAPEL TALK. The motto "Sacred to Good Eng lish" should be placed over every class-room door, and whatever else is neglected English should not be. The best results in other studies cannot be reached unless we are skilled in the use of English; all agree that excellence in English in most desirable, and that this excel lence is the ability to express one's self easily and gracefully in a style appropriate to the subject and to the occasion. The word literature i« used in two distinct senses: (a) Its literal meaning is some thing written. In this general sense we may say that the literature of ft nation includes all the books it has produced, without respect to sub ject or excellence. (b) By literature, in its secon dary and more restricted sense, we mean one especial kind of written composition which we cannot strict ly define. Works of literature in this sense aim to please, to awaken thought, f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

THE FAST MAIL. This evening, at the auditorium will appear the great railroad mel odrama, Lincoln J. Carter's "Fast Mail." which will be given a grand scenic production, that in many respects promises to be one of the most remarkable ever in this city. The play is constructed on strictly modern principles. The interest starts atj», terrific pace, and is not allowed to Hag for an instant. The incidents are made doubly thrilling by the mechanical and scenic ef fects that are employed. There is the rattle and clatter of a patrol wagon as it comes down the street, the whistles, bells, etc., of a Miss issippi steamboat leaving her wharf moonlight effects on the river, the glowing furnaces of the boat, and the explosion and breaking up of of the steamer. A gigantic piece of real water scenery is presented in the Niagara Falls' scene, where the enormous cataract is represented with the roar of the water, the seeth ing foam and the rising mist. A freight train of fourteen cars is run across...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

MICROBES AND CASTE. Why is dirty water the cleanest? The question seems somewhat rid iculous, instead of being solidly sci entific. Recent bacteriological re pea relies in India prove that the thick, turbid waters of the Ganges and Jumna are freer from microbes than many of the cleanest wells. The mud is not organic, and it helps to kill the microbes; but of course the sun is the great destructive agent. The Thames shows much cleaner water thah the Ganges, but it is not nearly BO safe to drink. These rovelations of the compara tive purity of Indian waters are rather astounding, considering the bathing is so common in them, and that dead bodies are thrown in. An up-to-date bacteriologist, Mr. lliinkin, who has been making the water researches just noticed, has discovered that caste is partly founded on — or, at any rate, agrees with —science and common sense. The low-caste people are not per mitted, because they engage in un clean or repulsive occupations, to touch the well* and the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

' m JK U «■■■■ mk^MT J0* w m^WF*""*^ "^ . f) I -^^TALK! 1 1,/ SHREWD BUYER AND CAREFUL, MANAGER ALWAYS WATCHES THE COST OF I \ EVERYTHING HE EATS AND WEARS. F^ARISS BROS, cfc CO. I ; ARE MAKING PRICES Til CATCH THE YE OF EVER V KEEN BUYER. I I 18 pounds'fine Granulated Sugar - - $1.00 I I a, 18 pounds No. 1 Japan Rice - - LOO I^l^ I I ~j& 1^- 1 I, keg of the finest Syrup in the world 1.25 -^ R^" § I AY* 20poun<is Extra C Sugar - - - I.OP ir I I 6 pounds fine Green Coffee - - LOO I I a Sice, Him Stool of Cloning Mia 25 per cent, cipsi on He sane goods at oner stores S I MENS SUITS $5.00 AND UP. BOYS SUITS, GOOD, HEAVY, FOR $1.50 AND $2.10. I I BOYS SUITS, GOOD, HEAVY ALL-WOOL, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00. I I FINE LINE OF DRESS GOODS.—6O-inch Dress Goods for 25 ots per yard. I f) -inch All-wool Dress Flannel for 25 ets per yard. 1 Ik . A few nice pieces All-wool Scarlet Flannel, very heavy, for 25 cts per yard. jl | "FMTmTHERS k CO, | IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. Perm Mortgage...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

DURRANT'S DEFENSE Struggle Is to Break Down Tes timony of Prosecution. THE PRISONER IS TO TESTIFY Care Will He Taken to Allow the Prose cution No Chance to l.corn the Truth. San Francisco, Oct. 7.— Oa the open ing «f the eleventh week of the Durrant trial tomorrow the defense will make a final struggle to break down the testimony of the prosecution, a process which iv expected to last three days longer. A few more students will be called to the stand, several additional •itiaens will testify to Durrant'B ex cellent reputation and then the defend ant himself will be called to the witness Mand. It is the intention of the de fense to have Durrant recount the his tory of him adventures on April t from the time he accompanied Blance La ipont to school until the hour when he retired to rest in his father's house. It is understood that the defendant's tes timony will be guardedly given for the purpose Of shutting off the cross-ex amination of the district attorney. Un der the law laid down...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

THE COUNTY MONEY Two Bank Presidents Indicted by Moscow Grand Jury. EX-TREASURUR GILSIRAP ALSO Agreement to Deposit County Funds in Hanks Provided the Presidents Uo on the Kond. Moscow, Idaho, Oct. s.—Two indict ments, returned by the grand jury last evening, have created a sensation in this community. They are against ex- County Treasurer John Gilstrap, R. S. Browne, president of the Moscow Na tional bank and I. C. Hattabaugh, pres ident of the suspended Commercial bank of this city. The parties appeared in court this .morning, Mr. Browne coming in even before the warrant was served upon him, and gave bonds for their appear ance. The first indictment is based upon the fact that Gilstrap agreed to deposit county funds in the Moscow National bank and in the Commercial bank if Messrs. Browne and Hattabaugh, the presidents of the two institutions, would go on his bond. The county funds in the Commercial bank were tied up by the failure of the bank. From the Moscow National the coun ty ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1895

LOCAL NOTES. —.1. V. O'Dell was in the yesterday. —R. R Bragg and family visited Colfax freinds this week. —Elder Lpti will preach in the Christian church Sunday morning and evening. —Mrs. Minnie Sargent took in the Spokane fruit fair the first of thf week. —Rev. \Y. J. Wright will conduct services in the Episcopal church, Sunday, both morning and evening. The Northern Pacific is selling tickets to the Portland Exposition as low as the lowest. Quick time and a pleasant route. Baptist Church —Preaching at 11 A. M. by the pastor, Rev. W. B. Pope. Harvest Home festival in the evening. All are cordially in vited. —Cornelias Quinlan and Miss Frances Stratton were married at Moscow, on Tuesday, Oct. Bth, by Rev. A. J. Cable. They will reside near the Clearwater River. —There will be a called meeting of the W. C. T. U. next Friday at the Christian church, at 3 o'clock, for the purpose of electing olllcers for the ensuing year. —The W. C. t. U. will hold a gospel temperance meeting, at the ...

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