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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 January 1896

EDITORIAL SPARKLES. Some people mistake contrari ness for originality.—Atchison (ilobe. Some men are naturally honest: the rest are dead. — Los Angeles Ex- press. Mincemeat isn'.l mnde right un less you have a headache within two hours after eating the pie.— Atchison Globe. If the poster fad continues to de velop the time will come when ev ery man can become his own artist. —"Washington City Post. Hall Came has perpetrated an innovation by going home and telJ ing his people the United States is all right. — Washington City Post. If you would keep President Cleveland in Washington City it might be well to establish a duck pond in the White House grounds. —New York Press. [f you have exhausted every oth it means <>t obtaining tame, try taking care of your health in order to break the record of longevity. — Atchison Globe. M.ij. McKinley rather thinks that this effort to trace Gen. Harrison's descent from Pocahontas is a sad scheme to swing the Smith vote in to line. — Boston Sta...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 January 1896

BY A FALSE FIRE ALARM Death Came to 24 People in a Baltimore Theater, ALL DIED BY SUFFOCATION In the Frantic Rush to Kscape on Imag inary Danger They Were Jruinpled Under Foot. Baltimore, Dec. 27.— 1n a senseless panic caused by a defective gas burner and a foolish cry of lire at the old Front Street theater tonight 24 people were killed, two fatally injured and 10 more seriously hurt. Up to 1 O'clock this morning but 13 of the dead have been iueiitifled. They are: Leo Cohn. Jennie Hensele, Jacob Rosenthal. Morris Malglous. Louis Amosky. Louis Levenstein. Gabriel Bernstein. Theresa Bernstein. Ida Freidman. Susan Rosen, Lena Lewis. Mr. Salzburg. Mr. Wolf. The others are at the morgue await ing Identification. The injured at the City hospital are: Mrs. Freidman, Mrs. Goldman, Milda Goldwait, Morris Bchaefer, Jacob Goldstein, Abraham Rosen thai, an unknown boy, unknown woman, unknown man, unknown boy. The theater, which is probably the oldest in the city, was filled from pit to dome wi...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 January 1896

I J. CURTIS 18 DEAD Acting Governor of Idaho Terri tory for Many years. A PIONEER ON THE COAST Served in the Legislatures of California and Oregon—The funeral Occurs Friday. Boise, Dec. 30.—Kx-Governor .Edward J. Curtis died at his home in this city this morning at 4:30 o'clock after a brief ill ness from la grippe. The flags on all the public buildings were placed at half-mast in honor of the dead. He had been confined to his bed for about a week, but he was at no time thought to be dangerously ill. He arose at about 3 o'clock this morning, saying- that he felt better, and after fixing the lire went back to bed. About an hour later Mrs. Curtis noticed that his breathing had ceased and that her husband was dead. The deceased was a member of the bar association and also a member of "the Odd Fellows lodge of this city. The fu neral will be held Friday afternoon. Edward J. Curtis was born in Worcee tor, Mass., CS years ago. He graduated at j Princeton college and emigrated to Call forn...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 January 1896

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. State vs Charles McGuiw —trial sel tor Feb. 4. State vs Lin Goti —plead guilty to aftsauli and battery and fined |20. W L Powers vs Geo Thompson el v\ —decree of foreclosure. State vb Francy Mansfield —do- fendant given until Jan 7 to Hie atli'lavits fc»r a new trial. Kellogg A- Co vh .Johnson et aI — pet for argument Jan 1". Atlantic Trust (Ni vs Clinton C Bell el al—order of default; order to take depositions. Win I. Powers vs Geo Thompson et al —judgment and decree as to gaid d( fendants and default as to Andrew Clyde. State vs .lames 1) Greer —motion for new trial overruled; sentenced to seven years in penitentiary: no tice of appeal of supreme court. State vs Wm Wagner —motion for new trial overruled: M-ntenced to seven years in penitentiary; no tice of appea I. PROBATK HBPARTMENT. In re estate of Katie Seeahan.de ceased —hearing of decreo of distri bution coni inued to Jan 11. In re estate of John Frederick Kraft —('has K. Metz appointed ad ministrator, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1896

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 12. TIE HEWS OF THE BIT. _ __ i gTAB or betiii-i:ii=:w: 3-o=>o-x= EWiß'r.A-i-x-ai crr:cxna. the: knichits ox- sp-S"risx.A.e The Star of Bethlehem lodge installed new officers as follows last night: John Bach, commander; Mrs Sarah Morgan, vie i com : M. C. Hopkins, scribe and financial secretary; Mrs. Bach, treasurer; P. M. Morgan, chaplain; Henry Bach, marshal; Mrs. Mary Williams, in side guard; 1). S. Henry, outside guard. The new officers were in stalled by Samuel Blue, past com mander." After the installation the lodge held a social session, and dancing, refreshments, etc., were on the program. — At the last meeting of the Sons of Veterans the old officers were re elected for the year 1 S9o, and Wil ford Allen and ('has Wood were elected delegate and alternate to the division encampment to be held in Tacoma. The meeting night of the •' imp was also changed from Tuesday to Saturday, the next reg ular meeting occurring one week from tonight. —T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1896

NOW CARDINAL SATULLI Receives the Beretta Amid Im posing Ceremonies. HEISAPRINCEOFIHECHURCH The Fxircisos Took Place in the His to Ho Cathedral at Balti more, Md. Baltimore, Jan. r>.— The second step In the elaborate ceremony of elevating Francis Satolll, archbishlp of Lepanto and apostolic delegate to th<> United States, to the rank of cardinal, prince of the church, took place in the vener able Catholic cathedral here today. The ceremony consisted of conferring the beretta, which is a cap worn by priests on ordinary occaslons.and differ ing only in the case Of the cardinals in Tlu« Catholic Cathedral. that it is red. The preceding steps have been the conferring of the zuchette, or red skull cap, and administering of the oath. The remaining step is the con ferring- of the red hat, which must be don.- in Rome by the pope himself with in six months from November 30, the day upon which Satolll'B appointment was made. The old edifice in which the ceremony took place was packed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1896

f REDEEM IN silver Finance Committee Has a Sub stitute for the Bond Bill. WILL COIN THE SEIGNIORAGE Government Is to Pay for Greenbacks in Standard Dollars When the occasion Arises. Washington, Jan. 6. — The senate finance committee has decided to report the senate substitute for the House bond bill, the measure agreed upon by the silver majority. The substitute pro vides for the free coinage of silver, for the coinage of the seigniorage in the treasury, and to redeem greenbacks and treasury notes in either gold or silver. The bill will be reported to the senate tomorrow. The silver substitute also provides for the retirement of all n of less denomination than $10. The following is the full text of the substitute for the bond bill adopted by the senate finance committee today: That from an<! after the passage of this act, the mints of the United States shall be open to the coinage of silver, and there shall be coined dollars of the weight of 412% grains troy, of a Btandard silver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1896

THE PDUiOH HERHLD. Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postolllce as second class mail mailer. A1.1.1.N Bill IS. - - - i'l m.iMiKRS ','. tI.KORI) Ai.i.kn, Editor. 'iKKMH op MKM'liiriluN : One par, in advance. $2.00 Sis riiontha ' - - [>00 Three " " .5.0 All advertisement;- will Inl eon I inueil and charged for till ordered out. May Cuba free herself from he tyranny of Spain! To countenance the acts of crim inality or immortality on he part of another is to adopt his standard as your own. Wi believe that the city would do well to adopt the mayor's sug gestion and do away wit Ihe lux ury of a marshal for a time. Mayor St. Lawkknvk spoke well when he said, in his message, that true economy did not always mean the saving of money, but rather the judicious expenditure ol money. EVERY farmer who can should make arrangement!' to attend both the dairy school and the farmers school, .it he college next .month., The practical truths I here l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1896

THE PIILLW iILD. JANUARY m, 18m A CRUEL JOKE. For several days past Constable Hickey of Oakeidale, has been in the city endeavoring to arrest some characters whom he suspicions sell liquor to theCoeurd'Alene Indians. He was agreeably surprised last Friday night in having his wishes gratified by means of a j<>ke that had been arranged for hi* special benefit. The parties in the city who were actors in the play were W. J. Ramey, Ben Dowell, J. 11. Snv<Jer and Neil MeLaughlin. the scheme is something like this: Snyder and McLaughlin went to the store of Otis Hill and Company, and fitted themselves with red blankets and other para phernalia which made them look like "big Injuns," and walked down in front of the Palace saloon. 1 n the meantime W. J. Ramey had a secret conference with Constable Hickey and told him t<> go with him (Ramev)) as the Indians were trying to get liquor. lien Dowell happens along in view of the constable and Indians and goes in the Palace saloon. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1896

THE MAYOR'S MESSAGE. The following is the full texi of the message delivered by Mayor St. Lawrence on his assuming ollioc last Tuesday evening: Pullman, Wash., Jan. 7. 1896. Gentlemen of the oity council: — We are about to begin another year of our city's history,and we should relict well upon the past before making our plans for the future. li is not my purpose to become dic tatorial or to lay down a course of action lor you to follow, but simply to make a few suggestions <\\\<\ re view our past and present condi tions. I have been for several days de voting considerable time in the in vestigation of our city's affairs. Fi nancially in some respects of course our condition is a somewhat deplor able one, hut I do not think h hope less one. By judicious legislation, prudence and economy, confidence in our credit may be re-established, and at present 1 know of no better plan to accomplish thia much de sired end than to follow the pre scribed law as laved dovn in our state consti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1896

ptfA FOR MODERN LAN- Vh GUAGES. The following paper was read the •?7th ult. by Prof. Chas. F. Reeves, of the department of modern lan guages in the Washington State University, before the educational conference at Seattle. There are many reasons for studying foreign* idiom. The advanced student be comes fascinated with the study and will assign no reason, other than that he loves it. The beginner, however, wishes reasons. One wishes to be assured that foreign language study is a pleasure, an other that it is a profit, yet another that it is a benefit withal. "Bene fit" is too indefinite to satisfy many. It is synonymous with that great word "culture" which is, nowadays, too often ignored by the chooser of a curriculum. Truly professional teachers will strive to restore and maintain appreciation of foreign language study among their pupils, an appreciation not only of its practical acquisition for so-called business needs, but also of its edu cational acquisition as an indefinite yet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1896

A NEW STAR ASCENDS Utah Takes Her Place in the Constellation. HER PATH IS WELL LIGHTED < ii Bern « elebrate tha Occasion of the First Inauguration Wiih lsnl- Itanl « ercnioiiic-;. Ball Lake, Jan. 6.—Another state has been added to the American Union and the rights of Belf-government have been extended to a quarter of a million In dustrious, law abiding and Intelligent people. The acquisition of these long Boughl rights causes universal joj among all classes. The oath of office was administered to the state officials of Utah at noon today, and the new state, with her vast mineral wealth, great railway systems, agricultural re sources, churches and institutions of learning, starts off With promise of bright and glorious future. Governor I [e"ber M. Wells. Secretary of State James T. Ham mond. State Treasurer James Chipman. Attorney General—A. C. Bishop. State Auditor Morgan Richards, Jr. Superintendent of Public Instruction — Dr. John K. Park. Supreme Court Judges—Charles S. Zane, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1896

SHOWS OPEN HATRED Germany Convinced the Troubles Are Dae to Duplicity. SHE IS READY TO SEND TROOPS The English -American Difficulty About Venezuela Is Viewed From a Dif ferent Standpoint. Berlin, Jan. s.— The invasion of Transvaal by Dr. Jameson and forces of the British South Africa Company has brought up all the latent feeling of hostility to England and has pro voked an outburst similar* to that pro duced by President Cleveland's message In America. The general belief that the duplicity of British statesmen is de liberate and in pursuance of their policy of keeping Europe divided into two camps in order to facilitate English ag gressions and encroachments In Africa and elsewhere, has received supposed confirmation in the news of Jameson's venture. In spite of the disavowal of the British secretary of state for the colonies of any knowledge or responsi bility for the step taken by Jameson, little doubt is felt here that it was prompted in high quarters, and the free terms of the e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1896

THE FORTNIGHTLY CLIP. The Fortnightly Club held its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Fletcher on Jan. 4, 1896. The reading of Acts 111 and IV, first'part of Henry IV was followed by tne program for the day. "Eng- 1 land in the 14thCentury," by Miss' Hungate. The paper was presented to the club ill a clear and condensed form. Miss Hungate made her pa perextremely interesting l>y stat \u\i the manners and custom? of the times find the noted v nters who lived and flourished during the I Ith century. At the close of the dis-1 cushion of the paper some matters of business were taken up. after which club adjourned to meet in {wo weeks at Hip home of Mrs. Bryan on Saturday. Jnn.Jlß, at '_!:.".(> o'clock. Bkssik Williams, Secretary. PULLMAN CAMP, 11<>, VV. OF W. Whereas, lit view of the loss we have sustained by the decease <>f our neighbor and associate, ('has. E. Durham, and of the still heavier loss sustained by those whn were nearest and dearest to him; there fore, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 January 1896

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 13. § HEWS OF THE CITY. estc orricEiss. xatziz I=-CTTiT-^2^ TO VISIT 3F»-C7X-X-- ST3C3CT X rJ~XZZZ2.~ZZ&ZZ*ii.-Zr. —W. Y. Garrett, of the Spokes man-Review, is in town today in the interest of bis paper. He has with him a prospectus of a publica tion soon to be issued, it being an illustrated write-up of the "'inland empire," for which he is now gath ering data regarding this section. This work will be sold at cost or' production, and will not be one of the clap-trap advertising schemes so often worked oil' on the public. / —At a meeting of the stockhold / ers of the First National Bank this / week, all the old officers of the bank were retained for another year. This is very gratifying to the friends of Mr. Gaddisand his assis tants, and shows that the directors appreciate the present able man agement of the institution. —Katie Putnam will add to her already excellent reputation this season, by furnishing a company and a performance far in adv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 January 1896

MADE AN ATTACK ON HILL Three Republican Senators Made Uncomplimentary Speeches. SHERMAN WAS ALSO SCORED j Senator Morgan Described the Ohio StnteMiuni As a Napoleon of IV nance Ncuring Exile. Washington, Jan. 13.— The vice pres ident today laid before the senate a \ letter from the secretary of the as ury, In reply to a resolution of inquiry presented by Senator Peffer, as to whether the hundred million dollars In gold had at any time been set apart from the her funds. The secretary • states that this has never been done, there being no provision of law author izing It. Sena tor Call of Florida submit ted a j number of petitions regarding Cuba, i and asked that they i** printed. Ob- j jection was raised by Senator Plait of Conned Senator .Mitchell of Oregon had pass- ! ed a bill allowing settlers on forfeited railroad grants to hold the land by fencing and Improving it. and making | actual residence unnecessary. Senator Pritchard made an address ; defending himself against the charg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 January 1896

WAR IDEA 18 SCOUTED Talks Peace and Gets Warships Ready for Action, WATCH IS KEPT ON GERMANY T<e 1 loot Will Probably Be Dispatched to Delagoa Bay on the Slightest Pretext. London, Jan. 11.—In view of the as sembling of British fleets for active ser vice and the many clouds hovering over the horizon of politics, the cabinet mcct 1 ing today is entitled to rank as one of the must momentous in the history of Great Britain. The ministers had to decide several questions of vital Im portance to the Britisn empire, Includ ing the Transvaal, Armenian ami Ven ezuelan difficulties and Great Britain's position toward the old European pow ers. It is a striking fact that although the present cabinet Is one ol the larg est on record, it is unanimous upon all th>> leading questions under discussion. The latest advices from the Transvaal would seem on their face to Indicate that the situation is in no way hopeful as it was a couple of days ago, in spite of official statements to the contr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 January 1896

THE PULLH Mil Published at Pull an, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postoflice as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - I'l RI.INHKKK Wll FORD Aim n. Editor. IKUMK OF BUHBCRIITION I One year, in advance. - - $2.00 Six months " - - - 1.00 Three " " ■:'° AH advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. Turin will be no war; here are better ways of settling disputes than that. The county commissioners, feel ing a touch of economy, have cut oil a number of deputies in the county offices. > If the price of wheat will remain steadily at forty cents the Palouse fanner will find his occupation a most profitable one. Tin time to purchase property is ' when it is cheap. Pa louse real es tate will never be lower that at present, therefore now is the time to invest. Why not form a county immi gration committee? There is no county in the state hat can offer the inducements to desirable set tlers that Whitman can. humi liation will come...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 January 1896

THE Hlim Wll SATIKI>AY. JANTJ \RV is, 189(3. SOMETHING ABOUT ALFALFA. From the department of Agricul ture comes a valuable bulletin by the assistani agrastologisi or ''grass sharp," Mr. Jared (i. Smith, from which is condensed the following: Alfalfa is grown in rywy slate and territory in the Union. It is the best hay and soiling crop in the west, and is also good in the south, and might be cultivated more wide ly with manifest advantage. The plant was known to the an cient Greeks and Romans,its Latin name being "herba mediea." he cause it was brought from Media. The name "lucern.' by wffich the plant is now known in Kurope, is a corruption of the old Cataline name "userdas." The term alfalfa is of Arabic origin, and came into use in early times in Spain, whence it came to South America, Mexico, and to the western part ofthe United States. "Alfalfa is often run out by weed after the third or fourth year." says the bulletin. "This can be easily prevented. There is no excuse for it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 January 1896

WINTER SCHOOL FOR FAR MERS. The farmers of Washington have very generally been informed of the great success of the "Winter School for Farmers" at the agricultural college during the winter of 1895. At that school interesting and prof itable practical instruction was given in many of the subjects bear ing upon modern and scientific, ag riculture and horticulture, and ■">»>! farmers were enrolled during the session. The coming session will deal in a similar manner with Fruit Raising, Gardening, Pruning, In jurious Insects. Diseases of Plants, Diseases of the Horse, Diseases of the Cow, Dairy Stock. Dairying, Stock liaising, Grasses, Road Mak ing, Soils, Fertilizers, Farm Ma chinery, Diversified Farming. The instruction will be of such a character thai the progressive far mer can hardly afford to miss it. lie should, if within the hounds of possibility, make arrangements to attend. Ii is the season of the year when the time can best be spared from the farm. The times are such ; ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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