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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VII: No. 52. THE HEWS OF THE HIT. 33OTT© AKRE9TED .A.1T13 FINED 2TOTZ OKAA£33I-XaTGK KEWSTT'S MVSETTEB to .A.!"- I»E:^.3Fe. T^rSSXS3^"I3SI3^.T". —Thursday a young boy named Pickle was arrested on suspicion of having robbed a party in a saloon, but a search failed to disclose any of the stolen money, although it did bring to light a revolver, and the lad was immediately charged with carrying concealed weapons, and was tried before Justice Merriman yesterday on that charge, the result being that the judge found him guilty and fined him $50 and costs, a total of about $65, in lieu of which he will board with the county for a while. Through this arrest infor mation was also obtained on the strength of which warrants were issued for the arrest of Pickle, John Elbert and Sid Green on a charge of gambling, and they will be brought before Justice Routhe to day for trial. Elbert and Pickle will be present to stand trial, but Green disputed his identity with the marsh...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

CONVICT ON TRIAL Walla Walla Murderer Brough Before Judge Upton. MOTION FOR A LONG STAY His Attorneys Hold That He Cannot He Tried Until His Present Sentence Expires. Walla Walla. Wash., Oct. 14.—The case of the state vs. l >. K. Benson, alias William Harrison, on the charge of murder in the li': 1! degree, cunt' up In the superior court this afternoon. I", n ,son stabbed William Ellis, a convict, while working In the jute mill la I July, Inflicting wounds from which Lhe latter died about an hour afterward. VW the iini» v but meager particulars could be obtained for publication find at the preliminarj hearing just enough testimony was brought out to hold Benson over t" th >. superior court. At that time it was believed that Benson jiii'i oilier prisoners had formed a com pact in do away with Ellis, and tjfat it fell to Benson's lot to do the job. Al <i ugh Ellis received three fatal knife wounds diligent search ai the time of the murder failed to disclose the w< on. 11 I...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

DOWN THE GRADE The Brake Broke and the Motor man Lost Control of the Car. THE SPEtD WAS TERRIFIC Thro* Persons killed Outright and oth era >vi.i i>i.- From the Effects of Terrible Wounds. Fittsburg, Oct. 13.—8y an accident tonight on the Carnegie branch of the West End traction road, three persons were killed and 12 or 14 people badly wounded. The killed are: George Botham. Jacob Ileisel. Mrs. Elizabeth Bishop. The injured are: Michael Foley and wife, badly «ut about the head and body; both dan gerously hurt. Professor Alexander Phillips, h»ad and neck cut; condition serious. O. J. Baldwin, skull fractured. Miss Emma Laughlin, scalp wound; both legs crushed. Miss Pearl Home, scalp wound. Unknown boy, bruised. Robert T. Wiley, badly bruited. George W. Addles, leg crushed a»d head cut. Frank Magulre, badly bruised. Mrs. Leetz and 6-year-old son, both badly crushed; condition serious. O. J. Baldwin, not expected to liv« un til morning. The names of the others of the in jured are ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

TIE mm m Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, nnd entered at the Pullman postofliee as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Publishers Wilford Allen, Editor. IKItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance, - - $2.00 Six months " ... 1.00 Three " " - .50 All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. The Farmington Forum has gone the way of all things earthly, and Messrs. Doyle & Merriman have moved the plant to Tekoa. Advertisers must make arrange - mentß for change of ad. in the Her ald by Wednesday night, of each week, or the copy might have to lay over till the next week. By notifying us by the time mentioned the desired changes can be made in issue of current week. It is to be hoped that the gover nor of Arkansas will not interfere with that prize fight. Don't stop prize fighting with Corbett as cham pion. Let Fitz, knock the belt off from him first. Anything is better than to have so degraded a pup as the present champion p...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

A STRANGE CASE. A strange .- •. man" and robbery comes from Spokane. The Spol ■ . i nothing about ii pn lably aupe the police are lookii the had man. It seems thai iwo Pullman boys were taking in the town and among ot her places visited the- Frankfort. There they were accosted by a smooth looking individual who in vited them to take a drink with him, which invitation they accepted. The next thing they were aware of was a burly policeman shaking them and telling them to get up. As soon as they aroused they missed their money and watches, one hay ing lost $150 and the other •I" >>"'. They claim they were paralyzed and could not move hand or toot, vet still were cognizant of every thing going on around them. At the latest account nothing had heen heard of the sharp who- buncoed them. —Col fax Advocate. FEI.L FROM THE TRAIN. While returning on Ihe <). 11. *v N. excursion from Spokane last Wednesday, John Graham, of this city, was thrown from the train this side of Latah, and su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

THE niUII HEW. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1805. HT THE W.H.C.&S. 01S. Prof. Spillman, of the department of agriculture, gave a chapel-talk this week concerning tlie lines of work which students might follow professionally, should they he das sifted, in general, as agaicultural students. He referred to the broad subject usually styled agriculture, which though at present, having certain sub-divisions, both in theo ry and practice, is yet capable oi being rendered into many depart ments anyone of which would be well worthy the attention of tlit 1 specialist of the future. The at tent ion given by specialists, of late years, to field grasses, to the science of dairying, to animal husbandry, as well as agriculture in the usual meaning of the word, were ox plained carefully, and the students were directed to the great fields oi professional work open for the earn est and well prepared, —fields not only in {\\o departments of agri cultural science already instituted, but also in new specia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

THE FORTNIGHTLY CLUB. The Fortnightly Club met at the home of Miss Hungate, Oct. 11th, at three o\ ]o< The raeei as called to order by the president, Mrs. Jackson. After the reading of Act 111, the regular programme of the day was taken up. Mrs. Harvey presented a, paper on "Law as a profession in the middle aues," which wag listened to with deep inter. M Mis. iiar vey'fc studies have fitted her to write upon this rather difficult tneme, and the interest manifested in the reading of the paper was ample proof that the subject had been properly assigned. Miss Bar bee's paper was then given to the club for its consideration. In the comparison of Antonio and Shviock Miss Barbee brought out the good and the bad side of'each character, though in different degrees, and Bhowed the modern reader to be touched with a sympathetic feeling for th(.> Jew. And in the spirited conflict between Jew and Gentile ihe paid special attention. A gen eral discussion followed each paper. A vocal solo ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

UNCLE SAM'S OWN FARM. (Washington City star) Back of the big brick seed barn of the department of agriculture is a very funny kind of garden, which lias just begun to sprout. It covers auout half an acre, which is divided up into ever so many rectangular patches. Of the latter there arc 450 hi all. which arc sown with ;is many different kinds i^{ grasses. The seeds for moit of these have been obtained from foreign coun tries, through United States consul? who have responded to a circular sent out by the department of state requesting them to forward samples. In fact, they come from all ovtrthe world, and the purpose of the gar den described is to make a fairly comprehensive exhibit of the grass: es of all lands. Included among the 450 species are various kinds of forage plants. The idea for this novel exhibit is original witn Prof. Scribner, the agrostologist recently engaged by the department of agriculture. When all of the plants are fully de veloped, along toward autumn, the gard...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

5 GROCERIES. nnia rfi Till/ DRY GOODS. 8 0) IS pounds fine Granulated Sugar, $1.00 1111 lIV |1I If 20 yards Blue Print, the best, for $1.00 (A 20 " C sugar, very nice LOO MX if NX 1 I 20 yds Amoskcag Gingham for $1.00 ( £ §) 4 pkgs Arbuckle Coffee " - ; » mill I■ 1 Nil 111 Cambric, all colors, high grade, 5c per yd ¥1 3 bunches block matches - - 05 1 II ioLll Extra heavy all-wool Scarlet Flannel, if* 12-oz. can Price's Baking Powder >>!> I 25 cts per yd. S4O pounds white Navy bans - 100 stii i i ATYY\Ym 13 yds very heavy Cotton Flannel, tin- 8 [3 Climax Tobacco, 16-oz. plug - 40 XT I 1.1. I Oil IIH. X bleached for $100 (| | Star «. " "I g . 40 1 lliii iiv/Ui/iliU 3-4 Dress Flannel, all-wool, very fine, /j I PopukTprice tob Jco ' ,! AND LOUDER. EidLl)own, good grade, 40 cts per yard. I llplgiil I __ ANI> LOUUfcK. r>S-mch urkey-red fast color I able Coy- Black Pepper 12^ cts. per pound. vjt J i ■ A fSdfo?T«! olllb.0 Illb. UNDERBUY A.YD UN- «' D^ &in plaid.,2s ct. I ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

SCORED BY SANDERS Old Receivers of the N. P. Lashed by the ex-Senator. JUDGES DID NOT ESCAPE Dickinson Was Appointed General Man. ager for the Lines in Idaho by Judge IJeatty. Moscow, Idaho, Oct. 14.—1n the Unit ed Btates circuit court today th© pro ••eding's were begun in the Northern Pacific receivership matter by Judge Beatty announcing that he would ap point George W. Dickinson general manager of the road and lt« branches in Idaho, to the end that his operative actions might extend from the Dakota line continuously west. Ex-Senator W. P. Sanders of Helena appeared for the railroad company, and urged the acceptance of" the resig nations of Messrs. (Jakes, Payne ami Rouee and the appointment of Andrew F. Burleigh, presenting many reasons for prompt action, but Judge Beatty said he had hoped for a settlement of the controversy beyond the limits of Idaho, and had promised to give notice to counsel representing certain inter ests if a hearing was to be had. He finally said that he wo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

MINES CONSOLIDATE Poorman and Tiger Placed Under One Management. THE DEEDS SIGNED AT BUTTE Saying of six Thousand Dollars a Month Will He I-;f footed in the Woi kings. Butte, Mont., Oct. 12. —The deeds were made today conveying the Poorman mine and the Tiger mine at Burke, Idaho, to the Consolidated Tiger and Poorman Mining Company. Five hun dred thousand shares of stock in the new company were given the I'oorman owners and an equal amount to S. S. Glidden, the Tiger owner. P. R. Cul bertson is to be general manager of the consolidated company and it is thought that under a single manage ment of the consolidation more proper ly, a saving will be made of many thousands of dollars per month. Pat rick Clark, B. C. Kingsbury, P. R. Cul bertson, all trustees of the consolidated Tiger and Poorman company, are here from Spokane. With them Is Attorney W. T. Stoll attending the stockholders meeting of the old Poorman Company, at which the transfers of title were made. They leave for home tom...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1895

THAT "REPORT." The HERALD called on ex-Mayor Neill, yesterday, and asked him if he had read the "report." "Yes, I havejust read it," he said, and in reply to the question of what he thought of it, answered: 'The Romans must have had such a report before them when some one exclaimed that 'the moun tain labored and brought forth a mouse,' and that is the sum and substance of my opinion of this re port." "Did anyone ever ask you to give them information o? to any of Ihe records or where they could find them?" No, I never talked to any of the committee or the "expert," nor did any of them talk to me on the sub ject, Do you know of any reason why they did not apply to you for thai information? No. Were any of the records lost or destroyed? Certainly not, unless they were destroyed after I left last spring. How about the warrants charged to be drawn without the authority of the council? So far as the warrants charged to be issued by me when clerk, I have not examined tht minutes but I am ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 1. THE PS OF THE HIT. — ;£-; I^EO T" Z£T TTS:X2 "C*--A.Ivi:SI_iXXTG-" OKDINii.2TCi:. UT3-:rS THE E3.A.IT JOSE scale. —John Elbert, who was arrested last week, under the city ordin ance, for gambling, was fined $25 and costs by City Justice Rout and in default of the payment of the line was committed to the coun ty jail. Attorney Neill appeared before Judge Sullivan Monday morning and applied for a writ of habeas corpus. Upon the hearing of the return of the writ the court decided that the defendant was il legally restrained of his liberty, as the city council had no authority to pass an ordinance providing for the committment to jail in default of payment of fine of a person who had been fined for violation of an ordinance. — H. A. Russell,of Kendrick, hor ticulturalist commissioner in Idaho, was in Pullman Monday keeping a watchful eye on fruit wagons that were enroute across the line, as he was bound to see that all fruit that entered Idaho was f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

SILVER IS SCARCE World's Supply of White Metal Has All Been Used. A BRISK INQUIRY FOR IT China ana Japan Asking for More, ana the Smelters Cannot Furnish it Pant Enough. New Tork, Oct. 21.— The best authori tieH on silver predict a steadily im proving demand for the metal for some time to come. The willingness of Japan to accept the indemnity from China in silver contributed largely to the im provement in its price which has been noted during the last few months and the accumulation of metal in London will go on in order to complete the in stallments Of the indemnity at various dates of payment. China and Japan are showing increasing Inquiry Cor sil ver, as the large amount:-; of metal dis tributed by both countries In payment for war material and supplies have bei ii diverted to India and other silver countries. Mr. Townsend of lnuig Kong states that the silver ordered two months ago has only just been delivered. Tin: sil ver smelters are said to be sold ahead for two months. The r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

TRADE IS PROMISING Corner in the Cotton Market the Disturbing Element. A WEEK'S BANK CLEARANCES Wheat Is Slow to Move, Owing to the De«ir« to Hold It for Ott> ter Prices. New York, Oct. 18.— R. G. Dun & Company's Weekly Review of Trade, which issues tomorrow, will say: "The events of the week are promising in general, though to speculative mar kets not encouraging. The great ad vance in cotton has arrested the ex ports and so deranged exchanges that a shipment of gold was for a time appre hended, but the break in the market indicates that the natural movement of the product may soon be restored. The halting of demand and moderate yielding of prices in the great indus trial markets show that a season of reasonable attention to natural condi tions Ikis arrived. The cotton market has been partly cornered for early de livery by New Orleans operators as it has twice been in no distant years by Liverpool speculators. Spinners here and abroad with much unanimity refrain from buying ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

TIE nillll HULL Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postoflice as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - PublishM« Wii.kokd Allkn, Editor. TEKMS OF BUBBCBIPTIOX '. One year, in advance, - - $L\oo Six months " - - - 1.00 Three " " - .50 All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. It is really too bad that Corbett and Fitzsimmons did not get the opportunity to show their respective prowess with their fists, tho public already having a full and complete knowledge of what they can do with their mouths. If they are so anxious to fight they could go out behind someones barn and have it out. The fact of their wanting to pummel each other is not so bad; its the unwholesome example that is set by the public prize fight, and the pandering to the brutal in the man. For just seven years the Herald has been a factor in the history of Pullman, and today it starts out upon the eighth year of its exist anee. This is No...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

THE HERO OF TO HAY. ELEMENTS OF CHARACTER V/HICH RAISE MAN TO THE FORE. A Man Is Often Judged by th ■ Men Be Admires, as Is a Nation bj Hie ICS'mI <>'.' Men She Honora—Courago I:» v; : t!i« Only Quality Keqiilnite In a II«m>. It is a truth which has not yet tome tt be fully realized that much of the char acter of an individual depends upon his ideas of heroism. What he admires an*.' honors is a good test of what he is. < r rather what he longs to be, and lii.fi heroes will always have a strong .. i*aclive force, which will draw him ;• i ;r*VJ pos sible into their sphere. it L i! the various types of the hero <>•!'• „.;,-.!;:/ remains forever prominent— .oarage The can nibal who has distinguished himself by the number of his murders, the robber chieftain who had held thousands at bay, the Indian with his belt adorned wit!) scalps the duelist who holds his 1 '< cheapei than his fancied honor, have ..i! in times past been regarded us heroes. and whatever estimate t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

IE PEW IEHII. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 18!»r». «TTBEIIIIJ.C.Fs.OII Prof. Barry has imported a large shipment of chemical and other (scientific text bookß used in the colleges of France and Germany to be used as a reference library by bis student! who are to begin noon the reading of foreign scientific let ters, journals and monographs. The books from Stuttgart are used in the German royal schools. The regents of the Agricultural college met in regular session this week Regents Tannatt, Steams and Arras mith being present. Consid eration of the new dormitory now approaching completion, and the various other improvements under way, together with general official reviewand allowances occupied their time till adjournment to next week. The students enrolled now num ber 214, a number exceeding th» total registration of the last collegi ate year. This causes a conserva tive estimate of the sntire registra tion this collegiate year to be MO students. Great interest in their sereral departments...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

POVERTY AND TKACHKRS. A decision hasjust been rendered by the state superintendent of •chools that will be of gre..t interest to the teachers, says the Commoner, [t is to the effect that a pedagogue must attend the teachers institute whether he has the where-with-all or not. The case in point is from this county, and has been pending since shortly after the meeting of the last teachers institute, when the super intendent received a letter from C. W. Munden in which he gave his rxcuse for raon-attendance. In it he stated that at the lime the in stitute was held poverty prevented him from attending, as he had only $1.50 in cash in his possession. Superintendent Butcher did not consider this a valid excuse, and on August 17 revoked Munden's sec ond grade certificate because of the non-compliance with the law re quiring the teachers to attend the annual county teachers institute. From this order and decision Munden appealed to the state su perintendent, who, after careful ex amination o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

rh« London CofffeW Hoii.h* In 1700. At the coffee house tho news was dis cussed, rumors were invented, scandal aired and assignations made. Letters were received and kept for known cus tomers. Swift used to find his letters from Stella in the frame of tho glass be hind the bar of the St. James coffee house. Harley. afterward Earl of Ox ford, saw one of Stella's letters one day in that conspicuous position and asked Bwift how long he had learned the trick of writing to himself. Stella wrote a hand very closely resembling Swift's own. Tho floor of a coffee room was divided into boxes similar to those that still lin ger in a few taverns and hoßtelries th ■ preserve h flavor of tin;; s gone by. Be hind a bar sat enshrined th** 'idols," a> ft correspordcnt of The Spectator terms tho barntfr.dE), whose manners and cus toms, especially their fondness for flirta tion and bar worship—the chief griev ance with this correspondent, who wai probably either old or ugly—have their counterparts ...

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