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

GARFIELD WHEAT POOL. The chief subject of inter* I for several days has been the expected sale of a pool of approximately 100,000 bushels of wheat which was pooled by the Farmers warehouse ( ompanies of Garfielo and Fanning- '■ ton says the Garfield Enterprise, i In the interests of the sale Man ager J. C. Lawrence made a trip to Portland, returning Wednesday. He found but little life in t lie mar ket and an inclination on the part: of exporters to fight shy of large buys. Several buyers came to Uar lield and it was finally decided to accept bids to be opened yesterday) afternoon. It was done and all , bids rejected, as they were only about on a par with the general market. The bid of the Tacoma drain Company was not opened for reasons that are variously inter- | preted. The warehouse company claim that the bid was not submit ted in accordance with the terms! of the proposed sale while Mr. Bibb claims that he offered to make it so. At any rate the sale seems to be off for the presen...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1895

THE PULLjIH HEW. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER J), 18»5. IT THE W.fl.G. &S. if S. New students are making their appearance every day. The 100 new rifles and a 3-inch field piece arrived Monday via the N. P. A large brick oven now being constructed is the latest at the old dormitory. We expect the new suits any day now. Won't we look gay with W. A. C. buttons? The Columbians, not to be out done by their rivals, are having their society rooms newly papered. The athletic association had a special meeting Monday noon to make arrangements for the pur chase of new apparatus for the gymnasium. The old hack that met witn an accident at Colfax this fall and so, was unable to come home from the fair was replaced with a new $80 one last week. Now for a new hack I team. The college Athletic Association welcomes the U. of I. team in a foot-ball contest this afternoon at two o'clock. C. L. Kirtley is cap- ; tain of the University boys, and F. M. Lowden '97, of the college team, j The Columbian literary ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1895

NINETY MILES AN HOUR. Ninety miles an hour, without any expenditure of power further than that required by an ordinary locomotive, is what is claimed for a locomotive now being manufactured by the Baldwins, in Philadelphia. It is being built at a cost of $10,000 for W. J. Holman, an elderly in ventor of Minneapolis, who has been in the railroad business all his life, and who lias now invented some thing which promises to completely revolntionize railroading. The locomotive proper, gayi the New York World, is an ordinary machine with driving wheels five feet in diameter, and when com pleted it ie to be placed on what are known as the Holman friction geared trucks, which will raise it just thirty inches above the surface of the rails. It will be just like any other locomotive except that each of its driving wheels rests upon and between three other wheels that finally rest on the rails. The in stant the drivers begin to turn they necessarily throueh friction give an opposite rotary mo...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1895

11111 l R'S RATE OF PAY. |§j|p§? lonse for such information |gSag|| 'trnent of state at Wash- BBSp re pared a table showing lf|Hig§f ;» of wages in various coun- WjajM 'his statement shows that i|£||f -jht changes have occurred BheJ§ nr last ten years, the fig- SBpff f 1884 being substantially i||§i revalent now, and if any si|||| v little higher than present pUff ■■ There is no department coin i>;^ n showing average wages iii | ling in the United States, but WB 3 are taken from a report in '&z- Bnate upon ''Transportation, |||f s and Prices in certain Local |pt in Connecticut, Delaware, 111 --9S . Kentucky, Maryland, Massa llf BttS, New Hampshire, New Hf : Pennsylvania and Tennessee." m ial weekly working hours of m rin the several countries are if ed to be as follows: if ustralia-New Zealand, 18 hours i toria, 48 hours. 1 Brazil, 60 hours, Belgium, 54, 00, I and 78 hours; 60 hours generally. f Canada, GO hours; Denmark openhagen), 60 hours; France, , (i() and 72 hours; 60 h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1895

A REPUBLICAN DAY. In the various state elections held last Tuesday the republican vote surpassed even the fondest hopes of the party leaders, and the vic tory of the party was full and com plete. Even Kentucky has joiued the republican column, and Coxey populist, for governor of Ohio, re ceived 10,000 less votes than was given his party at the previous election. Press dispatches from the various states holding elections are as follows: MARYLAND. Baltimore, Nov. 6.—Baltimore's vote for governor complete: Lown des, republican, 55,110; Hurst, dem ocrat. 43,327; Levering, prohibition ist, 2377, Andrews, people's party and socialist, 443. The republicans have a majority of 16 in the city council and elect the entire city and county ticket. Incomplete returns from the state, including Baltimore, indicate the election of Lowndet, republican, for governor, by at least 18,000 to 20, --000 majority, carrying with him the comptroller and attorney gen eral. The house of delegates will perhaps h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1895

HOLMES IS GUILTY One Minute's Deliberation Pro nounced His Doom. WERE UNANIMOUS FOR DEATH The Man of Iron Nerve Stood Up to Uear the Awful Sentence Without a Quiver. Philadelphia, Nov. 2.—Henry 11. Holmes was convicted of murder in the iirst decree ai S:sl tonight for killi:is Benjamin F. Pietzel. The jury retired to deliberate at 5:30 o'clock this afternoon. According to one of their number, they had reached their verdict before the doors of their room closed upon them. For hunger's sake they ate their supper lirst. Th< n they took a ballot and without hesita tion every man oi the Yl answered "guilty of murder in the lirst degree." !>ui, howev< r atrocious the crime, how ever fiendish the criminal, it is hard to send a man to the gallows in one min ute's time. So, for decency sakfi, they talked about the case for a seemingly period, about an hour and a half. Then word was sent Into court that they had agreed. It took half an hour to get the court in readiness to receive th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1895

SWtAT SHOP FIRE Three Horribly Charred Bodies Taken From the Ruins. HE IUMPED TO HIS DEATH One liurned Mass :;t lir>t Supposed to Uo the Ueraains* of ;i New. found ana Dug. New York, Nov. B.—Several live* were lost in a fire which started at 1 i o'clock this morning on the second lloor j of the six-story building in Belham i street, owned by Well and Myer, and used as a sweat shop. Three charred and almost unrecogniz- j able bodies were taken from the ruins today, and one man who jumped to I save his lii'e from the flames was so in- j jured thai he died in the Governeur j hospital. lie suffered from a fractured ; skull. The dead arc: Jacob Shaptero. [saac Penson. An unknuwn man, burned beyond rec ognitlon, Morris Dierchauer, who Jumped from | a second-story window, died In the hos pital. The fire originated from an unknown cause. Although a large number of engine* | were playing on the flamen for hours, ! nothing could be done to save the struc- I tures, and four buildings were d...

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

REPORT OF FINANCE COM MTTTEE. The following are the majority and minority reports, submitted by the finance committee, engaged in investigating the city's affairs, to the council last Thursday evening: Pullman, Wash., Nov. 6th, 1895. To the Honorable Mayor and City Council of the City of Pullman: (ientlemen:—We the undersigned members of the finance committee of said city respectfully submit the following report for your considera tion : We have carefully examined the expert (I). K. Proud's) report on the books and affairs of the above city and adopt the aame as our re port, with the following exceptions: The $2.").00 charged against Mr. White as being over-paid according to hil report as copied in the min utes, on page 82. We have con cluded after examining his receipt from the state treasurer for $100 on that date that he should not be charged with the same, although the report in the minutes shows only 't7. r) paid, while his cash book shows $100 to have been so paid, which last ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 5. THE HEWS OF THE BIT. A.LICE £>"U-T2-3:.£:JS6I-^a-ITI3 SENT TO THE jtL.e3~Z-I-,XT2*Z. OITT OFFICERS TO BE XTOIvCIiT ATED TO-WI3-IIT. — Alice Sutherland, better known as Alice Bitters, a woman oi' ill-re pute, who has resided in this city for several years, was taken to Col fax last Tuesday by Constable Buh mann and Justice Gammon, and was examined before the superior court as to her sanity. The exam ining physicians pronounced her insane, her hallucination being that she was queen of the Masonic order, and she wore an apron with the Masonic emblems worked upon it on account of this phase of her de mentia. She was very mild, but the physicians said that she would doubtless grow rapidly worse, and she was taken to Medical Lake and placed in the asylum. The Star of Bethlehem lodge meets every Thursday evening in the K. of P. hall, at the hour of 7:30 p. m. This lodge is for ladies and gentlemen, and is the best social and insurance order in exist...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

THE LANDS CHOSEN The Opening Was Devoin of Ex- citement or Violence. WAS A MARVEL OF ITS KIND The Day Was Warm, No Troops Were to lie Seen, and the Indian Police Were Asleep Lewiston, Idaho, Nov. 18.—At noon today over 1500 settlers and miners who have long waited an opportunity to take the broad prairies and the prom ising mineral land on the Nez Perce reservation put up their stakes, posted their notices and many began an ex odus to the nearest land office to regis ter their claims. There was no rush to the interior. The journey to the de sired locations had been made days before, without the sign of legal resist ance, and the man who rode for miles to see a mad rush from the boundaries of the reserve, with the firing of can non and firearms, the shouts and ex ecrations of those who were ahead and behind in the race for the coveted goals, was disappointed. Never in recent years has the opening of a rich reserva tion to settlement been attended with less excitement than the Nez Per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

BY PITCH DEFILED Holmes' Evil Spirit Communicated Even to His Attorney. RANK PERJURY WAS SHOWN Lawyer Shoemaker Convicted in Open Court of Manufacturing Evi dence for llolmcs. Philadelphia, Nor. IS.—The evil spirit that presides over the destinies of H. H. Holmes, the king of murderers, and eventually destroys all who ally them selves with him, found another victim today. The first swift turn this extra ordinary case took was on the first day of the recent trial, when the arch crim inal dismissed his lawyers and the pris oner at the bar became counsel for the defense. Today the tables were turned, and the senior counsel for the defense became a prisoner at the bar. William Shoemaker, the young attor ney whose first association with the case is obscured in the mystery which envelops its every detail, passed through an ordeal today as severe as any his client haa been called upon to face, and the crisis came when he was held under $1500 bail to answer a charge of subornation of perjur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

THE NUMI IBILI. Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman poslofflce as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Publishers Wii.koiu) Allen) Editor. TKKMS 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 quicker saloons learn that t lie law is meant to be enforced, and was not made for the fun of the thing, the better it will be for all. They forfeit their rights when they become law-breakers. It is the belief of Pres. Bryan that the enrollment at the college will reach 300 another term. The growth of this institution is steady and permanent, and is an ever present testimonial of the popular ity of the management. In nominating the city ticket to- Dight seek for mt n who will dare to do the right, and give justice to all, and who knows now boss. We want a council composed of men and notof automatons who vote and act only whe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

PERSONS WORTH KNOWING ABOUT. Dr. C. F. Scott, the state veter inary of Wisconsin, says that when the goldenrod is eaten by horses it produces a fatal disease similar to consumption. General Duchense, the French commander in Madagascar, has served for 40 years, and gone through 18 campaigns. He has been once wounded, and twice named in general orders. 1). L. Moody's revival services in Atlanta are attracting enormous crowds. At every service seats in the big tabernacle are at a premi um, though it will accommodate about 6000 people. Controller "James H. Eckles, while in Chicago recently disclaimed any aspiration for the gubernatorial nomination in 1896. Mr. Eckels and ex-Congressman Cable repre sent the faction of Illinois democ racy which is opposed to Governor Altgeld. Miss Elsie Stanley Hall, an Eng lish girl who wrs born in Australia, has been awarded the German Mendelssohn scholarship at the Leipsic conservatory. A large num ber of German musical students were her competitors. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

tie mini herhld. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1896. HT THE W.LCftL Of S. Faust-Verein meets at Prof. Spill man's residence next Tuesday ev ening. Do not forgot the open meeting by the Columbians next Saturday evening. The total registration of the coll ege students is 236, each week still adding a few to the records. Prot. Balmer is now receiving many requests for cut flowers, even Moscow sending him orders. A large force of janitors are now at work scrubbing and cleaning windows in the new dormitory. Do not miss the opportunity of seeing "That Rascal, Pat," in the college chapel, next Saturday even ing, Boyd Hamilton, of Coifax, en rolled this week, adding one more to the large contingent from that place. The new dormitory will be ready by Thankppiving for occupancy, as the furniture is now here, and will lie placed in the building the first of the Meek. The new boiler and engine ar rived last week, and the masons are now at work building the fur nace, It will belli working order in abou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

SHERIFF'S SALE. Count/ ojfWbhman, | ss In the Superior l&wrt of the State of Washington, in and for Whit man County. Decree of foreclosure and order of sale Albert W. Mott, plaintiff, vs. Bessie R. Hunt and Nicholas S. Hunt, her husband, defendants. By virtue of a decree and order of sale, made and entered in the above entitled cause and court on the 11th day of November A. I). 1895, a copy of which has been is sued and certified to me by the clerk of the said court, under the seal thereof, bearing date the 13th day of November A. D. 1895, for the sum of .$250.50, gold coin, with in terest at the rate of 18 per cent, per annum from the 7th day of Novem ber A. I). 1895, and the further sum of $12.00, costs, and the further sum of $20.00, attorney's fees, and also the increased costs thereon, and for the further sum of sixty-six and eleven one-hundredths dollars [$66.11] taxes, I, John Lath rum, sheriff of Whitman county, Wash ington, will, on the 21st day of De cember A. 1). 1895...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

STEAMER TO BE BIILT. The directors of the Clearwater Navigation Co. held their first meet ing yesterday in this city and elec ted officers as follows, says the Lew iston Tribue: President, F. N. Hal let; vice president and manager, J. H. Brown; secretary and treasurer, Geo. W. Morrison. The company has in preparation a set of plans and specifications for their proposed steamboat on which the contract for the hull will be let as soon as fin ished. It is proposed to have the timbers cut in Portland by exper ienced ship carpenters and brought to Le wist on where it will be put to gether. The company are deter mined and sanguine, and having thoroughly examined the difficul ties to be overcome are convinced of the practicability of their enter prise. They will open offices in Lewiston in a few days and arrange for establishing warehouses along the Clearwater river. Lewiston is certainly glad to secure these young men as citizens, and they may ex pect every proper assistance and on courag...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

FUTURE OF FARMING. The report of the secretary of ag riculture, just issued, begins with the report of the work of the bu reau of animal industry. The total number of animals inspected at the slaughter houses was considerable over 18,000,000, an increase of more than 5,000,000 over the previous year. During the year ante-mor tem inspection was also made of 5,000,000 animals. The cost of in spection was reduced to 1.1 cents per animal. Over 1,300,000 ani mals, cattle and sheep, were in spected for foreign markets, of which 675,000 were shipped abroad. Of the amount exported nearly 23,000,000 pounds went to Germ any and over 9,000,000 pounds to France. This inspection involved the piecing of 1,900,000 specimens under the microscope. Much space is devoted to dis cussing the opportunites for Ameri can mtat products in foreign mark ets. Of 341,000 tons of meat re- C'ived at the London central mark et in 18V>4, 71,000 were American, while nearly 50,000 tons came from Australia. The Ame...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

TREATY WAS INVALID Contention of Winans Brothers to Stop Indians From Fishing. COURT HELD AT WALLA WALLA The White Swan Indians Made the Agreement With Governor Isaac Stevens in 1855. Walla Walla, Wash., Nov. 18.—In the United States court this evening the demurrer in the case of the United States as guardians of Thomas Stimp son and the White Swan Indians vs. Winans Bros, was argued and taken under advisement by Judge Hanford. This action was brought last July by plaintiff to restrain defendants from interfering with the Indians while en gaged in fishing on the Columbia river on the Washington side opposite Celilo, at which time a temporary injunction was issued. In their complaint the Indians al leged that by a treaty with Governor Isaac Stevens al Walla Walla in 1855 the Indians ceded all claim to the lands In the then territory of Washington to the United States government with the exception that they have the right to engage in fishing along the Columbia. Last June winans Bros,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

BRITISH IN ALASKA Statement by an Officer oi the Mounted Police. THEY HAVE ONLY TWtNTY MEN Statements Made by the American News papeis Are Declared to lie lalse anj Preposterous. Regina, Assinniboia, N. W. T., Nov. 17.—This is headquarters for the North west mounted police, and a great deal of interest is taken here in reports in American papers about the operations of the mounted police in Alaska. High oilicials of the service ridicule these re ports. In conversation today with a representative of The Spokesman-Re view, one of fhe oflicials said: "It is dertainly most absurd the way the papers are going on about the hand ful of men we have in Alaska. It was capped by an article said to have been published in a Fort Townsend paper, that we were patrolling the whole boundary and building a lot of fortified posts. How sensible people can write or believe such stuff passes comprehen sion. It appears to be 'he rule at present for a part of your foreign popu lation, backed by a few polit...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1895

Sick lliucUcliß. Attacks of sick headache could often fee avoided if the cause of them were Itnown. In many instances the cause is ft disordered condition of the stomach. ♦m such oases there is often a regular re mrrencei of the attacks, the person in the meantime feeling perfectly free from the *>mplaint. Here it will often be found that by fome error of d?et the patient is gradu \lly accunrnlatinjr in his system some ooxious substances, which it takes a spe ;ial effort of nature to throw off. Then ;he wholo internal machinery refuses to ie its ordinary work. The stomach, the Intestines, the liver and other organs which produce the digestive juices al most entirely cease their regular task of rendering the food taken into the mouth -it for absorption in-o the system at large. Sometimes habiiuul overeating will produce this itsi.U, or a person who has been constantly active may continue to eat his usual amount of food after ex changing his occupation for some more sedentary one. ...

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