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

BREEDING FROM BUFFALOES A famous Montana character is Charlie Allard, of Ravalli. Mr Allard is famous mainly because, he is the owner of one of the largest' herds of buffalo in the country, and no man living has given to these now rare animals more patient study and attention than he. "The coldest days of winter does not bother them,'' he says, 'for their thick, shaggy coats are wind proof. During the heavy snows and blizzards they climb the hills and, turning their breasts to the wind, defy the storm. They feed where the snow is the thinnest. 1 Cattle are driven before a storm, and will often go with a wind sixty or one hundred miles from the ac customed range, unless they reach a sheltered spot. Horses turn their backs to a storm, but the buffalo face it every time. They seem to keep in about the same condition of flesh the year around and are as good eating in the spring as they are in the fall, and a buffalo steak is as fine a morsel as ever a man made a meal of. About two years...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1895

NEW PARTY IS STARTED Launched Upon Its Po itical Ca reer Yesterday. AMERICAN PATRIOTS ON TOP Its Kspeuial Mission Is to Advance the Cause of Free Silver— The Officers. Chicago, Dec. 15.— W. H. Harvey, the oracle of free silver, who la better known as "Coin," today launched his new political party. According to the press notice which Harvey gave out, it Is to be known as Patriots of America. Its especial mission is to advance the cause of free silver, as well as to elim inate Selfishness from politics, and it is expected to rapidly overcome all exist ing political parties. The national offi cers are W. H. Harvey, first national patriot; Charles H. McClure, national recorder, and James F. Adams, national treasurer. Harvey was first fleeted head of the order and he then appointed Messrs. Ada ins and McClure, and the organiza tion was declared complete. No salary attaches to any of the olllces but that of national recorder, and Mr. McClure an nounces he will not accept this. On the firs...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1895

RETIRE ALL THE NOTES Secreta-y Carlisle and H;s An nual Treasury Report ISSUING OF BONDS DEFENDED Pnrchancs of Gold and the T«sue of llonds Therefor He Regards Good Financiering. Washington, Dec. 16.—Secretary Car lisle's annual report was sent to con ffress today. It shows that the revenues of the government from all sources dur ing- the last fiscal year amounted to $390,373,203. The expenditures for the same period were $433,178,826, leaving a deficit of $42,805,623. As compared with the fiscal year of 1894, the receipts for 1895 Increased $17,570,705. although there was a decrease of $11,329,981 in the ordi nary expenditures, which is largely ac counted for by a reduction of $11,134,055 on sugar bounties. The revenues for the current fiscal year are estimated upon the basis of ex isting laws at $431,907,407 and the ex penditures at $448,907,407, which will leave a deficit of $17,000,000. For the coming fiscal year ending June 30, 1897, the secretary estimates the receipts at $464...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1895

TN THE SUPERIOR COURT. Stete vs Philip Koehler, charged with cattle stealing —dismissed. State vs Cyrus Leyde, charge of assault —verdict not guilty. State vs Ch&fl McGuire, charges of cattle stealing—continued till Feb4, ISOti. State vs Patrick Dunnigan, charge of murder — plea of net guilty; trial set for Jan "JO 1896. .1 PT McCroskey vs \V T Sharp et r] — judgment. John A Harris vs M Gallagher et al —default. Oakesdale Savings Hank vs Win Tretner et al —judament. Col fax Hardware Co vs W N Ruby —judgment. \V M Martial] vs M W Tipton— judgment. Knapp, Burrell & Co, va R E Matlock —judgment. NKW CASKS. C & A M & T Co vs Jas Robert son et al — foreclosure. 11 Livingstone vs I) Delaney et al —foreclosure. Harry Cornwall vs J A Hbbert — foreclosure. James Shirley vs I) M Holt et al —foreclosure. Wm McMasters vs J S Beall et al —foreclosure. F H Schreiber vs John Lathrum ! as sheriff —damages. S Schwa hue her vs C w Jacobs et al—foreclosure. PUOHATK DEPARTMENT. In re es...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1895

The Pullman Herald. Vol. -VIIL No. 10. THE HEWS OF THE CITY. ©ECJONXS SAIiLOT. •the: aDsar.A.Tri-TEie-- .a.t the -A.XrXSX'X'OXWWId: TOITIO-KT. i —The regular order of services will be held at the Congregational ; church tomorrow. The subjects ; for the morning and evening preach- \ ing services will be respectively, "Life, its hopes and disappoint- j ments, and their gracious design," and "The teachings of the past. 1' —The dance to be given by the Woodmen next Wednesday nigh-i will be one that no dancer should miss. The Woodmen are sparing no expense to make it a success, and their efforts should be appre ciated. Paine's orchestra, of Mos cow, will furnish the music. —The second quarterly meeting will be held Sunday at the Metho dist Episcopal church. The pastor will preach at 11 a. m. Rev. W. j W. VanDusen, P. E.. will preach at, 7:30 p. ra. Buckingham's Dye for the Whis kers is a popular preparation in j one bottle, and colors evenly a brown or black. Any person can apply it at h...

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

THE TARIFF AND BONDS Methods Proposed by the House to Help the Treasury. IWO BILLS ARE FORMULATED One Is Designated as "a Temporary Hevcnue Bill," and Means More Import DutivM. Washington. Dec. 23.—The house re publicans will introduce on the day af ter Christmas and pass within the week two bills in response to President Cleve land's message of appeal for help for the treasury. One of these will be a tariff bill to increase the revenue, the other a financial plan to maintain the gold reserve and prevent alleged exist ing trouble with greenbacks. This party plan has been perfected by two meetings of republican members of the ways and means committee, the first held Saturday night with the co-opera tion of Speaker Reed and other leaders, the second this afternoon. Although strong efforts were made to preserve se crecy concerning the details of the plan, its features have been obtained by the Associated Press from unquestionable authority. The tariff bill will be entitled "A bill to i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1895

THE SENATE PASSED IT The Bill to Appoint a V, nezuelan Commissian Appointed. A DAY FILLED WITH SURPRISES The Cabinet He'd Two Sessions" •Num bcr i»r New Hills u»u .Motions Introduced. Washington, Dec. 20.—The United States senate, by unanimous vote and without the formality of a roll call, today passed the bill already adopted by the house of representatives, em powering the president to appoint a commission to determine the Ven ezuela-British Guiana boundary. This action was the culmination of a debate adding a memorable page to congres sional history. It was a day of notable speeches by notable men. The subject of war between the United States and Great Britain was the prevailing theme which found expression in lofty patri otic sentiments, in stirring appeals for preparation and defense, in graphic por trayals of the horrors of war and at times in defiant warnings to the people across the water. By a singular coincidence the session which was to be marked by such vigor ous debate ...

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

THE PDLLM HERRLD. Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postofflce as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Pubmbherp Wii.ford Ai.i.kn, Editor. IKRMH OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance, - - $!'.()( Six months " - - 1 .OC Three " " - ,5C All advertisements will he conl inuedand charged for till ordered »>ut. The chinook winds have played havoc with the sleighing. Pullman lias a lady applicant for the nosition of postmistress. Yi:s, we can whip Johnnie Bull, but it will moan many .-i vacant place ut the fireside. It has become too common a thingfor many newspapers, because of political prejudice, to in ake sport of our chief executive. CJ rover has his faults, but it is the will of the people that he occupies the position he does. The term of office of Postmaster Lobaugh will expire next month, and the various aspirants for the position are now on thr anxious seat, expecting their air castles to materialize or vanish <l:ii...

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

the PIMM HP. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1895. LIBERATED WITH \ CASE KNIFE. About 5 o'clock Monday after noon a lady living near the court' bouse hurried into tho office of sheriff and stated that she had just seen three men climbing the fence in the rear of the jail and running "ff in a direction east of the Pres byterian church, says the Moscow democrat. An immediate inves tigation showed that Thomas St. ('lair, Thomas Broady and John Brownley, all awaiting trial for bur glary committed at Genesee, had escaped through a hole in the brick wall which they had made with case knives. As it was then about dark and they had fully half a mile the start of the sheriff and his dep utics capture was impossible. There were four United States prisoners in the jail, I*. E. Cusaek, the defaulting 3andpoint postmas ter, Sohn Keeter, awaiting trial for selling liquor to Indians, and K. K. Langlord and John McGinn, serv ing out sentences for liquor selling. These made no< ff'ort to escape, say ing t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1895

THE SAN JOSE SCALE. Prof. Piper of the agricultural college, has the following to say of thfemuch dreaded Ban Jose scale in his recent bulletin: Diagnosis— Attacking the apple pear, peach, plum, cherry, and per haps all deciduous shrubs or trees. Minute circular acales, smaller than a pin head, causingbrighl red ring like spots on the fruit of apple, pear, peach and plum. No other insect does. When numerous they com pletely cover the branches and twigs, giving then) a characteristic whitish mealy appearance. Upon scraping such a twig with the fin ger nail, a yellowish oily iluid will })•' -cen. which comes from the crushed bodii sof the scales. Cut tin ' a st ri|> of tlie hark on badly infested trees will disclose a brown ish discoloration which may also extend to the wood. ! >escripl lon and Life i listory— The San -lose scale in at once dis tinguished from other pests of this family by the small size of the scales, which measure commonly about one-sixteenth of an inch in dia...

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

OH, HOW PITIFUL! The public generally has been given a good deal of information I this week about the unfortunates who have been cooped together, first in the old shed of the Red Cross Hall and later in the city council room, says the Lewiston Teller. There are four or live women in the city who were sent here from neighboring towns who are in the last stages of degradation from the use of morphine and co caine. They are reduced to such a state that they cannot help them selves. They would have frozen to death on Monday night in the dirt) hovel where they were huddled had j it not been for aid rendered by kind hearted people. On Tuesday the city officials collected them in the old city hall where fire was pro vided. There they sat in semi consciousness constantly injecting the deadly drugs into their systems. These people are past the stage when censure is due and precept will avail them not. At the same time they need help if ever mortal beings did. Councilman Lake and Dudley Gilma...

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

THUNDERING FUR PEACE j Eminent New York Divines on the Possibi ities of War. DS. PETERS' STRONG WORDS l»r. l>nrk.hu»t Says the Two Nations Would Hotter look After the l>irty, Moody lurks. New York, Dec. 22.—Ministers in near ly all churches of this city made refer ence today to the Venezuelan boundary dispute and possibility of war between the United States and England. Dr. Parkhurst in the course of his aermonsaid: "Italmost seems as if there was a providence in the way these Christmas days synchronize the year with events that are now filling our hearts with disturbance and throwing an uncomfortable shadow across the track of the near future. Now, we do not care to beat about the bush in thin matter, but prefer to go straight to the mark by saying that if Christendom wants to make the religion of Jesus, with its Bethlehem, its angelic choir, and Its anthem of peace on earth, a laughing story to the ungodly and con tempt to the heathen, the best thing it can do will be to set...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1895

CANADIANS ARE SPUNKY Fifty-Ninth Batta ion Requests Salisbury Not to Worry. MONTREAL STAR IS SAUCY Will Kquip a Regiment and Look After Families of Members if War Occurs. Montreal, Dec. 23.—Canada is begin ning to look a little more serious than at first at the war question. The Fifty ninth battalion, composed nearly en tirely of Scotch, with headquarters in the county of Starmount, and to whom the defense of Mount Royal would fall upon, cabled to Lord Salisbury: "Do not lose any sleep over the de fense on our part of the frontier. We'll triple our number of men if war should be declared." The Montreal Scar today offers to equip a regiment and look after the relatives of members during the war if there should be one. It says: "There has been a natural disposi tion on the part of the people of Cana da to regard President Cleveland's message to congress suggesting war with England as an incident of political party strife in the United States and de void of serious international signif...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1895

THE PIGEONS WERE SHFE (Continued from page 1.) Fisher —Had the bad luck to miss the only two easy shots he had. No. 2 was a hoverer and No. 7 a slow right incomer, while all hie kills except the 6th were quick, clean stops. No. G a fast left cir cling outgoer took both barrels. Piper—His sth a straight in comer was neatly stopped; also his h 7th a towering incomer. Of the others three were right quarterers and one left quarterer. Balmer — No. 1 was neatly and quickly stopped with one barrel and was a right circling incomer. No. 2 a fast right quarterer required both. No. 4 a hoverer was quickly gathered in and his sth a rising left quarterer was also handsomely stopped. His misses, the 3d, Oth and 7th, were all difficult circling shots. TO DISINCORPORATE. The stockholders of the Farmers' & Traders' Bank have moved to disincorporate. All obligations have been satisfied, and depositors will be paid on presentation of vouchers. The affairs will be in the hands of W. E. Bramel, with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 January 1896

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 11. TIE HEWS OF THE CITY. TO THE CrI^OTT2TI3 a. FA ik cf ■wasxo-xs-ne pai-ovse i= o is x— x: X\i 3. —-L. I). Ruyle, living five miles from town, lost his residence and household goods by (ire last Tues day evening. The loss was about ( $1200, with no insurance. The conflagration was caused by a de- • fective Hue, and the upper portion j of the building was in flame? before j it was discovered.. Mr. Ruyle was! badly burned in removing a trunk from the house Mr. and Mrs. j Ruyle are the parents of Mrs. N. G. Looney, with whom they are! now staying. — The Woodmen's New Year dance Wednesday evening was the largest attended hop of the season, as well as one of the most success- i t'ul. Paine'B orchestra of Moscow added much to the enjoyment of the occasion. — W. McKee, of Pomeroy, has! purchased the plant of the Pullman! bottling works, and will hereafter conduct that establishment. He: will remove his family here from ! Pomeroy. — The ladies of the Woo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 January 1896

WON BY A PARTY VOTE Republicans Have Nominal Ccn trol of United States Senate. THE POPULISTS HELD ALOOF When the Test of Strength Came The> Made No Uesponse to the Koll Call. Washington, Dec. 30.—There was a large attendance of senators in antici pation of the vote on reorganization, and the galleries were well filed with holiday spectators. Senator l'effer presented resolutions from several <'.. A. R. posts in Kansas, offering their services to the United States in the event of war with Great | Britain. Senator Chandler, who has been wag- Ing war against the interstate com merce commission Cor not putting a Stop to pooling arrangements, intro duced a bill to enlarge the Interstate commerce commission, and modify and Increase the scope of its powers. Senator Brlce offered resolutions in structing the secretary of war to make an examination of physics and hydraul ics of the great lakes and to report on the feasibility and cost of raising the level of the lakes by a series of da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 January 1896

THE WOES Of A PARSON Rev. Brown's Charge of Extor tion Brought Up in Co SETS UP A CURIOUS CLAIM Says He Paid the Woman .Money to S» cure i vidence to Insure < oiivicuon. San Francisco, Dec. . Rio. —The ease of Mrs. Mary A. Davidson, charged with extortion by Rev. C. O. Brown, whom she accused of intimacy with Miss Mar tha Overman, and from whom she ob tained $500 as hush money, was called in the police court today. Dr. Brown claims that he paid the woman the money to secure evidence upon which to insure her conviction. The woman's explanation is that the money was t >r another woman, Mrs. Baddin, who can not be found, but who Mrs. Davidson claims rented a room to Dr. Blown in which to meet .Miss Overman. The at torney for Mi's. Davidson applied for a change of venue on the ground of pr j udice, finally explaining: that l\>lie<- Judge Campbell was unfriendly to Dr. Brown. This statement, coming from the defense, caused a genuine surprise, the court denying the motion for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 January 1896

HE PHLUHiW Mil Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postofliee as second class mail matter. A 1.11'.N RK( - - - Tin !,i mi khs VVn mil' A ii in, Editor.' ■|i:i(M> OF Ml lIITRI I'TIl ! < tin 1 year, in advance. - - $2.00 Six months " ... I .'in Three "' " - .50 All advertisements will he continued and iliai"t_'e(l for till ordered out. [t's not the easiest thing in the world to keep that New Year reso lution this late in the day. is it ? (»i '.; new city council will shoul der its duties next Tuesday even ing. The position of a Pullman councilman is not one to l>c envied. Tin' social life ot'the towiishould no more be neglected than should the commercial life. < iood, whole some recreation is one of nature s imperative dema mis. Tin: prairie chicken and grouse are now under the protection of the law, till August Ist. [f the law ie not disregarded the birds will be very plentiful another season. Tin: Seattle Daily 'limes issu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 January 1896

VNOTHER ONE ON THE JUS TICES. Although Justice Courts, on the whole, probably come nearer dis pensing even handed justice than higher courts with their red-tape and squabbling over technicalities, yet some amusing stories are told at their expense. An instance of this kind occurred at a town ltes than a day's drive from (Jarfield, only a few months ago. Attorney H. J. Thorn wan pleading the cause of his client and read many references which clearly showed his side of the point at issue to be in accordance with the law. When the justice came to give his decision he paused in a meditative sort of a way. then delivered him self as follows: "It seems that At torney Thorn has some reason for thinking himself right on thisques tion. In fact the law plainly sup ports his side of the case.' 1 Then, with a pompous dignity, "But for fifteen years this court has held otherwise and it will not now re verse its decision," and Mr. Thorn's caso was lost. IN THE CLEARWATER. Monday evening about dar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 January 1896

the rammni wild. SATURDAY, JANUARY I, Is(,m;. sc.\r» IN POTATOES. State Agricultural College, Pull man, Dec. 27. —This trouble stems in have been unusually plentiful' last Reason, and lately a number of inquiries have been received con cerning it. Up to a few years ago the fcause was ascribed to mechan ical irritation by the soil; to the corrosive effects of lime, manure and other Bubstancee or to insects. in LB9O, Dr. Thaxter, of the Con necticut experiment station discov ered on scabby potatoes a very minute fungus, and demonstrated that this fungus would cause "scab." Numerous studies of the disease since then have shown that at least ; !)0 per cent, of the potato sea b in this country is caused by this mi croscopic fungus. Animal manures may. and fre quentiy do. contain the sporas of this fungus in abundance, especially when scabby potatoes have been fed to the stock, or even when they are allowed to grow on the manure heap. Such, manure, when ap- \ plied to the potato field, wi...

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