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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

3 GROCERIES. |%r| APA Ti I 1/ DRY GOODS. W gf IS pounds fine' Granulated Sugar. *1.00 11 01 L % lAS M 20 yards Blue Print, the beat, for $1.00 in 71 20 " C sugar, very nice 1.00 UK P\ A ft 20 ydeAiiioskeag Gingham for $1.00 ( A Mr 3 tehls bbiock^«°teb - " $5 ill ||LU 1 oLll Cambric, all colors, high grade, 5c per yd JT jF 4 pkgsArbuckle Coffee - •> |j |J H | Extra heavy all-wool Scarlet Flannol, f) 7 L 3 bunches block matches - - .On | II W Efaß W I Cllai 1 gK o t ß per yd (J Z sssff" ,s „„„, , mm]fß "Hairaa" " 8 (A Climax robacco, 16-oz. plug - .40 £> J 1 Llii LvUl/illil 3-4 Dress Flannel, all-wool, very fine, T if otar - .**u I 2 r > cts ocr yard II 1 Saw Log "tV " " " -'40 lljf\ T ATTT\UT> Eider Down, good grade, 40cts per yard. | | Popular price tobacco plug - .25 A 111/ Lv/Ul/ClAl. 7 Spools No. 1 Thread for 25 eta. I 1 II cans Frazer's Axle Grease - 1.00 mi*/ "V/vi/un. 58-inch Turkey-red fast color Table Coy- I I Black Pepper 12£ cts. per pound. er 25 (>tR / yar(...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

REPLY TO SHERMAN M. H. DeYout'g Says the Sena- tor Is in Error. AND HE QUOTES A FEW FACTS intimates Mint a Disappointed Ambition lias Inspired Many of the Statements. San Francisco. Oct. 1».~M. 11. De Young of the national republican com mittee makes Bevera] criticisms of Sen ator Sherman's new book, entitled "Recollections of 40 Years in the House, sennit* ,ni(i Cabinet." "if I had a political enemy," laid Mr. De Young, "I should be pleased to have him write a book. Senator Sher man errs when he nays on.' man con trolled the New York delegation to the republican convention of hs;s,x, and that a corrupt bargain was made iv the interest ol Harrison during an interval betw< en tne adjournment of the conven tion on Saturday night and tin: time It reassembled on the next Monday morning. In the first place, th.' New York delegation was controlled by Warner Miller, Frank Hlscock, Chaun oey M. Depew and Thomas C. Platt. li was well known when the convention assembled that the New York d...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

DEFIES THE POLICE Madman Holds the Fort in a Sec ond Story Room in Chicago, HE HAD A WINCHESTER RIFLE The lunatic Splinters Doors, Shatters \\ mdows a>id Tears Holes in the Plaster. Chicago, 111.. Oct. 2t -Armed with a Winchester rifle and a revolver, a mad man defied the police for hours today at No. 35 Woodland park, in one of the most aristocratic districts of the city. Barricaded and locked up in a second story room, commanding a complete View of the park, the lunatic splin tered doors, Bhi ttered windows and tore holes in the piaster of the room With buii. tfl from his rifle, while he shouted defiance to the police and oth ers attracted to the scene. Tl me man was G. S. Merwin of the firm of Rogers, Brown & Co., pig iron di/al< rs. A fter IV hours ■ > ' police by strategy surprised and overcame the madman. Although he had fired L4O shots from his rifle and revolver, Mer win Injun (1 no one, but a number of people had narrow escapes. BIG SLUMP IN IHE COI ION MARKET ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1895

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT The proceedings of the superior court the past week have been as follows: J V Farwell Co vs F L Titus order of default. Pullman State Bank vs .1 R Johnson — judgment. State vs Louie R Benner —charge of burglary; verdict of not guilty; prisoner discharged. Geo W Smith was admitted to citizenship. C C Mitchell vs Guarantee Ab •tract Co —judgment. Vermont Loan & Trust Co vs G Hunt et al —decree. Pullman State Bank vs Pullman Auditorium Co—judgment. Kellogg, Johnson & Co vs L M Ringer et al—judgment. Vermont L & T Co vs F 1) Rich ardson ct al—decree. State vs Lucian M Taylor-charge of assault with intent to commit murder; prisoner discharged on motion of prosecuting attorney. NEW CABES. Samuel Brown vs VVm O'Brine et vx —promissory note. VV L Powers vs Geo Thompson et al—foreclosure. Alfred Hampton vb J Lath rum— money due; decree. H S Young vs E R Payne et al —foreclosure. H Bicknell vs J Culton et al— foreclosure. L P Rounds vs G T Smith money due. Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 2. BE PR OF THE CITY. TKii-ITCCIEITT STTjrriTTS mvst *».A."X tuition. :E=:E=x=:rc: o-'btsi -^- two weeks CEITTEWCE. —The board of directors of school district No. 59, (Pullman), will hereafter collect quarterly tuition from all students whose parents are not permanent residents of the dis trict, This is done in order that all may help bear the expense of the school, the tuition being less than the school tax of actual resi dents. —Win. Peek was found guilty of petty larceny, at Col fax, last week, and was sentenced to two weeks in the county jail. The sentence was made light on account of the length of time Peek has already been be hind the bare. Peek's crime was the stealing of the Burnham buggy, in this city, May 30th. — W. L. Lyons, the genial book keeper with the Chambers-Price Co., has fallen a victim to cupids attack and was married to Miss Galbraith, at Albany, Oregon, last Wednesday evening. The couple will come to Pullman where. they will ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1895

THE N. P. CAR SHOPS Receiver Burleigh Says Spokane Will Probably Get Them. THE CONDITIONS ARE N'AMLD A (Ommfttcc lias Hccn at Work, and It is lidicvcd the Conditions Mu\o Uccn Complied With. Seattle, Oct. 27.—"The Northern Pa cific will erect its car shops at Spokane if the people of Spokane will fulfill cer tain conditions," said Receiver Bur leigh today. "Spokane knows what those conditions are, and if they are accepted work will begin at once on the improvements. If the Northern Pacific can not come to an agreement with Spokane on these conditions, then it will erect temporary shops at Sprague for the winter." Judge Hanford, of the United States court, has not yet issued an order for the contemplated Improvement. WHAT IS kEQL'IKKL) OF SPOKANE The Improvements would Bring In 400 or 500 W agu-i^ai ners. Spokane, Wash., Oct. 28. This matter has been In the hands of a committee of Spokane citizens for several weeks, and it is believed that the conditions referred to by Mr. Bur leigh ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1895

INCREASE OF GOLD Two Hundred Million the Esti mate for Calendar Year. IS MORE ACTIVITY IN MINING K. E. Preston, the Director of the Mint looks for a steady Increase in ihe Future. New York, Oct. 26.—A special to a lo cal paper from Washington says that R. E. Preston, director of the mint, in discussing his report on the world's production of gold and silver in ISD4, makes the following statements: "I am satisfied that the gold product of the world will not be less than $200, --000,000 for the calendar year of 18!».">, which will be an increase of $20,000,000 over lsui. or this increase the United States will contribute not less than $7, --600,000. Colorado will furnish from $3,500,000 to $4,000,000; California, $2,000, --000 and Arizona, New Mexico, Idaho and Montana will make handsome showings. In Colorado the principal increase will come from the Cripple Creek district. This district altogether will produce $l. r >,000,000 this year. "Whore there is placer mining-, par ticul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1895

THE Pill HELD. Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postofflce as second class mail matter. ALLEN BltOS. - - - Publishers Wii.ioiM) Ai.i.kn. Editor. TERMS OF BUBHCBIPTION : One year, in advance, - - $2.00 six months " ... 1.00 Three " " - - .50 All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. San Francisco wants the national republican convention m '96, and she ought to have it. The west must now be recognized as a factor in politics as well a* in business. Don't get it into your head that it is a money making scheme to go out of town and pay $16 for a suit of clothes even if you can trade fifty-cent wheat for it. when the isame suit sells in Pullman at #10. Figure it out and see how much there is in it for you. Durrant was found guilty, yes terday, at San Francisco, of mur dering Blanche Lamont. It has been a long trial, and was watched with the greatest interest, and the general opinion is that the verdict was j...

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

TOOK LAUDANUM. E. D. Flanneets, a farm hand, attempted to commit suicide in a saloon about 11 last Fridry morn ing. He had been gambling the night before and lost about $80, and going to Naiderstadt's^ saloon, drank the deadly draught, following it with a glass of whisky, with the re mark, "•'Thai's my last drink." The bartender noticed the label and summoned help. After being pumped out the would-be suicide was as anxioui to live as he was to die.—Moscow Democrat. PACK TRAIN KILLED. Last Saturday, Geo. Morrison of Juliaetta received a telephone mes sage from Fred llallett at Grange ville stating that their pack train carrying provisions, etc., to their placer mine on the North Fork had met with an accident in the moun tain? which resulted in the death of fifteen or twenty of the pack horses and the demoralization of about as many more, says the Mos cow Mirror. Several weeks ago they started out with 10,000 pounds of freight and the horses being un used to traveling in the mountains...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1895

THE FHJJHI HEiLD. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 18!)5. BT THE W. fl. C. 4 S. Of S. On the college bulletin is the fol lowing: "Wanted 32 soldiers to nseist in the performance of thr drama 'Allatoonn,' which is to be given about Dec. 1.5 for the benefit of the cadets." Phe feature of the play will be tin 1 dress parade and exhibition drill by the prize com pany which is to consist of 11 esc men. The best drilled and the bf?t appearing men i)( the cadet batall ion ;ire expected to t;ike part, since the play is for t heir benefit. I n order to reach the highest efficiency extra drills by the picked compnnv will be held in the college hall at four o'clock, Mondays and Fridays during .November. The steam heating of the build inds was in satisfactory operation at the beginning of colder weather this week, Prof. Saunders of the mechanical engineering department reports to the Herald concerning the daily steps toward completion of the power house with its belong ings, and the unique systems for sup...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1895

DIKI) FROM DKINK. Wednesday Deputy Coroner E. C. Fisher was called on to hold an inquest on the body of George .lenks who was found dead at a place about four miles up the I'ot latch above Kendrick. He had been to Kendrick on an extended debauch and returning home Sun- ' day stopped at the Morris place two miles from town and got supper. Before he left he took a small pack-j age from his pocket and said "this will kill any man." During Mon he was in greal agony, but re : he aid of a ph\.- ician and !! y morning was found dead. i. a clothing was found a small t\e i f arsenic and it was sup posed that lie di >d from the effect of the drug, and the coroner's jury returned a verdict that the deceased came to his death from the effect of alcoholic drinks. Jcnks was a single man 50 years old and had served four years in a New York regiment during the .rebellion. No ion appe iry to know the where abouts of his relations. —Moscow Mirror. OUR JURY SYSTEM. In speaking of the failure of a j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1895

STORING WINTER VEGETA BLES. (Indiana Farmer.) Before storing any fruits or vege tables in the cellar for winter use it should be thoroughly cleaned, fumigated and whitewashed. Sul phur sprinkled on live coals and burned in the cellar, keeping it well closed meanwhile, is a good and cheap disinfectant; or carbolic acid may be used in the whitewash and sprinkled into every (Mack and crevice of the floor. A dry cellar is necessary to keep vegetables in good condition. The dryer the bet ter, and it is also less liable to freeze if perfectly dry, so that drains I w • must be kept in repair, A peck of lime put in the cellar will absorb much dampness, while charcoal frequently renewed will absorb un pleasant odors. All vegetables should be gathered in a dry time so that as little soil will adhere to them as possible. Reets, turnips, carrots, part-nips and such things should have the tops removed, and do not cut into the vegetable itself. Then lightly pack in sand or dry earth, in bar rels ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1895

(A GROCERIES. nnfim TIM/ DRY GOODS. fl ¥\ 18 pounds fine Granulated Sugar, $1.00 llj 1 IV IA 1 M 20 yards Blue Print, tho best, for $1.00 iF 0$ L>n " C sugar, very nice 1.00 UK | P\ Pfll it 20 yds Amoskeag Gingham for $1.00 YJL f) 1 pkgs Arbueklc Coffee . .00 !I I I-\ 111 Itt Cambric, all colors, high grade, 5c per yd J# (A bunches block matches - - 05 [] |1 | |JLl| IMLa I I Extra heavy all-wool Scarlet Flannel, J5 12-oz. can Price's Baking Powder '.2o ■■■■■■■ 25 cts per yd. (J Jl 40 pounds white Navy beans - 1.00 a mil 1 T ATTT\Tin V\ y^ ? C7 -J"*?^ flannel, un- f) (i Climax Tobacco, 16-oz. plug - 40 XT II I Mill IIH X bleached, for $1.00. (A I Star - i' Vg . ■„, IJ 1 liili Lv/Ui/fill 3-4 Dress Flannel, all-wool, very fine, ll i Saw Log " >• « ■_ l,i niT¥\ tf AVT¥\r!Y\ 25 cts per yard. I] Popular price tobacco plug "- :25 ANIII1• 111 I H X Eider Down ' °°d -r;l(1(N 4°Ctß P°r yftrJ* I leans Frazer's Axle Grease - 100 ill 11/ lil/U 1/illlli 7 Spools No. 1 Thread for 25 cts. I |...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1895

THE. FURY OF A MOB Jail Guards Fire, Kiliing Two of the Attacking Party. DOORS ARE BATTERED DOWN The Crowd Katreata With n Cry for Dy namite, Declaring Vcngoonoo on the Mieriff. Cleveland, Ohio. Oct. 27.—A special to the Leader from Tiffin, Ohio, says: The sentiment against Martin, the man who so heartlessly killed Marshall Sehulz last Wednesday evening while resisting arrest, broke out with in creased fury last night. About 1:30 o'clock this morning an onslaught was made on the jail by a crowd numbering 300. The attacking party was composed principally of men from Hopewell township, the home of the murdered marshal. The latter\s brother headed the mob. The result is that two of the attacking- party were instantly killed. The mob formed on the out skirts of town and marched to the jail in a body. They went to work without ceremony and commenced to batter down the doors at the side entrance, making no demand of the sheriff for the keys or anything. There was no resistance to the mob ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1895

STOPPED IN TIME Coeur d'Alne Agitators Awed by Display of Firmness. THE CITIZENS HEADING IT They Are Detormitied to Nip in the Hud the I irst Attempt at Law lessness. Wallace, Idaho, Oct. 28.—1f there«was any intention on the part of the mem bers of the miners' union to drive out the miners from the Hunter mine Sun day evening it was nipped in the bud by the prompt action of Governor Mc- Connell in ordering the militia to pre pare to move at a moment's notice, and the announcement that he would de clare martial law at the first outbreak of trouble. All is now quiet, and the citizens are confident there will be no trouble. Public sentiment appears to be over whelming in favor of crushing: out any attempt at intimidation at the very out- Bet. Never before have the people of the Coeur d'Alenes been so united and determined to suppress lawlessness. They declare the time has come when working men desirous of earning a livelihood must and shall be protected at any cost. When the special t...

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

Nerve Jurrlni; Jocuinrtliw., There is nothing in the world which produces the sense of mental nausea more completely, or is more certain tj turn the intellectual stomach, than the use of certain jocularities of speech with which many people think (it to a lorn their conversation. The people who seem to fin 1 it impossible to Bp«>jk of an Unmarried ma:i except or "a pay bach elor," with whom th ! mm is ill way a "iho brin)** or t,'- "hemuj.; pond," and a horse "a fiery steed," who eternally talk about "Sunday-go-to-meetiugV clothes, and who have such phrai«es as "no extra charge," "agitate the tintinnubulator," "the noxious wood," "the pipe of peace,** "40 winks," and "braving the elenaent» r forever on their lips, are capable of pro ducing v Honse of disgust in those who care to see Language kept bright and clean which v absolutely intolerable. It is difficult to nay whether these c^.ni phrases—that is, a perfectly proper do scription of them —arouioreodio'-ts vh.u used conscious...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 3. CiTyCfflllL PROCEEDINGS At the regular meeting of the city council last Tuesday night the members were all present except Councilman Steams. McKay applied to the council for permission to erect a frame build ing on Grand street to be used as a skating rink, and the application was referred to the committee on fire and water. The reports of po lice justices, marshal and city clerk were read and referred to the finance committee. The matter of the application of C. M. Carpenter for a saloon license and the remonstrance by citizens against granting the same was tak en up, Thos. Neill appearing as at torney for Mr. Carpenter, while in support of the remonstrance J. \V. West and J. M. Palmertonappeared as witnesses, and J. W. Mathewi as attorney After hearing the evi dence the council retired to con sider the question, and on its re turn a motion to refuse the appli cation for the license finally carried, although through a mistake it was at first gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1895

POET FIELD IS DhAD One cf the Best Known West ern Writers of Verse. WAS AN tDITOR OF ABILITY Sketch of Mis Career as a Newspaper .Man -his Latest Poem, "Druninshlps." Chicago, Nov. 4.—Eugene Field, poet, died of heart failure about 5 o'clock this morning. He retired last night in his usual health and apparently slept soundly till daybreak, when his son, who occupied the room with him, heard him groan. It was his expiring gasp. Field leaves a widow and live children. Field has been Indisposed for Beverai .lays, but no serious results were even thought of by his family and immediate friends. George H. Yenowyno of this city was at Field's bedside when he died. Field and Yenowyno intended to start together for Kansas City, wlu-iv Field was to read tonight. For Borne days Mr. Field has been ail ing, but it was supposed he was suffer ing from his usual stomach troubles, and no serious turn was anticipated. Dr. Frank Ueilly, who was summoned this morning, pronounced the death to have been ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1895

DURrUiNf IS GUILTY Jury Found a Unanimous Verdict W itn a Death Pona ty. WAS OUT "IWIINMY MINUTES The Crowd In The Courtroom Cheered \\idi> m the Announcement, hut Durrant \\ as Calm. San Francisco, Nov. I.—Theodore Durrant. assistant superintendent of the Emanuel Baptist church Sunday school, was today convicted ot ihe mur der of Blanche Lamont, for which he has been on trial since July 22 last. The jury was out HO minutes and arrived at the verdict on the first ballot. As there was no recommendation of mercy, the punishment was fixed at death. The scene in the court room when the verdict was announced will never be forgotten by those who were present. Judge Murphy finished his charge at ;;:;;u and the jury at once retired. Al though there was supposed to be little prospect of a verdict being returned before 7 o'clock in the evening, the throng of spectators who had remained in the overcrowded court room all the afternoon to hear the judge's charge, settled themselves back in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1895

TIE MUM Ul. Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postofflce as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Publishers Wii,kokd Allen; Editor. IKKMS OK SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance, - - $2.00 Six months " • 1.00 Three •* " - .50 All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. Only pieces of the once "solid south" are left. Party politics are out of place in municipal affairs. The lottery and the prize fighter have gone down together. Better have no laws than not enforce the laws we already have. If that election last Tuesday was the shadow of a coming event, the event will give Groverand his dem ocratic colleagues plenty of time for fishin after March 4th, 1897. Strangers in tne city are im pressed with the importance and magnitude of the agricultural coll ege. And the more they become acquainted with the institution and its. management the greater is their respect for it. It is gratifying to note the good ...

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