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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 February 1896

LABOR TRIUMPHS. The Stone Trade News makes mention o( what are considei I » en most remarkable works man labor: 1, The pyramids oi Kgypt, the largest of which, near Cairo, known as the gueat pyramid, built by Cheops, king of Esrypt, took 350,000 „,. n twenty years to build. 2, Theartificial reservoir—l jf oer ig—built by Amenemha, of the twelfth dynast}-, which served to store up the waters of the Nile dur ing the season of Hood.-, and dis tribute them by canals over the land .luring the dry season. its circumference was 3,G00 furlongs, and on its being allowed to fall in to ruin, the fertility of the region became, to a serious extent, a thing of the pasl ;i. The Taj .Mahal, a tomb eroct ed at Agra, in I [industa n, by • • Jehan, over his queen, Xoor Jehan. It was built of purest white marble and vet seems so airy I hat when seen from a distance it i.- so like a fabric of mist and su übea ms, with its great dome soaring up, a silven bubble aboul to bursl in t he sun. that even afte...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 February 1896

THE NAVY OF GERMANY Considerable Increase Advised by the Emperor. HER POSITION DEMANDS IT president riect Inadequate t<> Maintain Germany's Pretentions us v Colonial Power. Berlin, Jan. 25. A project is now be ing onsidered by the emperor and the cabinet oi providing for a for midable Increase of the na /y. H is well \ known thai his majesty has long wish ed I- do this, but the refusal of the reichstag to vote the necessary funds; has rendered the scheme impossible. : Recent events, however, especially the attitude of England toward Germany, have ripened the plan to accomplish an extension of the navy without the grant of large sums oi money L>y the reich stag. The emperor, during the last fort night, has had a numbei of conferences with authoriti( s on colonial affairs with ] reference to this position, and the nei of the German colonies, compared with the naval resources and the inadequacy ol the German navy, particularly in flrst-class ironclads and cruisers, to maintain...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 February 1896

THEY FAVOR ARBITRATION London Chronicle Says England Has a Chance for Peace. AS PICTURED BY CHAMBERLAIN Golden Moments for Permanent Peace v\ lth America Are Slipping by. London, Jan. 27.—The Chronicle in an editorial on Colonial Secretary Cham berlain's statement of the Venezuela speech at Birmingham on Saturday says: "We must regard this statement as expressing the deliberate conclusions of the government, and it seams to render arbitration in some rorm or other abso lutely unavoidable. "The effects of the increase of mutual kindliness are being allowed to evap orate," says the Chronicle, "and while from every point of the European hori zon grim anxiety and possible peril con fronts us, the golden moments for per manent peace with America are slipping by. If the government, of which Cham berlain is so brilliant a member, would forget minor matters and bodly con clude an arbitration treaty with Amer ica, the spectacle Mr. Chamberlain pic tured of two peoples rescuing Armenia, inste...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 February 1896

I UNO TO MAKE ALLOWANCES. 4 Kind Hearted Former Who Said rvr- Imp* the Furrow* Were Sim Warped. A certain eminent clergyman, who in greatly loved for his gentleness and for* bearance with offenders, recently told a man that an experience of his own in years long gone by taiipjht him the grace of ready excusing. When he was a boy. ho was a very poor boy, bnt he had al ready ,l strong theolb'gica] bent and was studying hard during the winter and working even harder during tho summer trying to got v preiuintion for college. lie wanted to be a pre;ii:ber,uiid ''" fact that lie didn't .- ■.•■ to he pool for any- i thing else tended to convince him that he had not mistaken hid <-:;liin;. One Bpl :•' I ' ! ()'lf rt' money and hail to trot out of go to work. Not l> •:: ■ ;•• , . i thing to rlo in I ■;■■■ town Where ho ha I been stu ■ ' —call him Ri< bird . ■ ■ among the farmers to see if 3 >< ■ work from them. td a man svh • was very bn y with 1 ?& work and in a hurry i••...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1896

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 16. THE HEWS OF THE CITY. TIIE xttaLLaLio to »© the citt i=;niix-T t: isro-. BEAN S^ICS TO BE aiVEN FE:x3xa"U".A-i^'2' 2ist. —At the council meeting last Tuesday evening Mayor St. Law rence and Councilmen Chambers, Henry, Crawford, Hurigate and Wallis were present. The ordinan ces relating to saloons, pool rooms. attorney's salary, etc., were passed, and now only await the mayor's signature and publication in the Herald to become laws. A num ber of bills were allowed and or dered paid, including one about #15; due the Tribune for printing, which bill was ordered paid from "any available fund," and the marshal's salary was also ordered paid, $80 each from the water fund and the street and grade fund, the salary being $60 per month. Bids from the HERALD and Tribune for doing the city printing for the year were' received, the proposition of the HERALD being unanimously accep ted, and this city made the official city paper. The bonds of Marshal Baymill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1896

TO DOUBLE HER NAVY William's Plans Find Increased Approval. HAS PROMISE OF LARGE SUMS If the Reiobstag Refuses the Money un Appeal to the Nation Will PollOW. Berlin, Feb. I.—A high official of the \ colonial office informed the correspond ent of the Associated Presa th.it Em peror William is firmly determined to carry out the project of doubling th<* aize of the German navy. The official alluded to has had repeated converna- i tions with Emperor William on this ! subject during the past three weeks, j and he asserts that during the coming j summer the plan for the rorganization of the navy will be drawn up. The present program for slowly enlarging the navy must remain in force for the next six years, but in the meantime the new plan will be adopted, the prelim inary stops will be taken and the means to execute it will be ascertained. His majesty ',s convinced that this Is al o lutely necessary in order to secure the German empire the power to protect her position as a great power...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1896

TO PAY THE INDEMNITY President Sends a Message Re garding Families of Italians. FOR THE COLORADO AFFAIR Documents Submitted to show That Congress, In Fairness, Should lake Prompt Action. Washington, Feb. 3.—President Cleve land today sent conjfresa the following message: "In my last annual message allusion ■was made to the lawless killing of cer tain Italian laborers in the state of Colorado, and it was added that the de pendent families of some unfortunate victims invite by their deplorable con dition gracious provisions for their needs. It now appears that in addi tion to three of those laborers who were riotously killed, two others, who es caped death by flight, incurred pitiable disabilities through exposure and pri vation. Without discussing the ques tion of liability of the United States for these results, either by reason of treaty obligations under the general rules of international law, 1 venture to urge up on congress the propriety of making from the public treasury prompt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1896

liliilili Published Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman }>ust<>f!i<e as second cUihh mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Pubmmiihuj Wii H>iM> Ai ma. Editor. 7MKMS (iK HUH-SCHII'TION: One year, in advance, -, • $2.00 Six months " - * l-0(l Three " " - •;>0 All advertisements will he continued and charged for till ordered out. Mathews quotes "law" for the city council, and the council acts accordingly, but you can't always find Mathews and Blacks tone un der Ihe me cover. Thi methods of the Pullman cil.v council arc peculiar to say the least. Class legislation has always been tabooed by honorable bodies, but with our council class legislation seems to be the rule. According to Mathews there was but little law in Judge Sullivan's decision in the famous injunction case. Sullivan should have ad vised with our present city attorney before deciding the case. The notable features of Outing for February include "The Liewell in Setter," "Swe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1896

PRESIDENT BRYAN AT GAR FIELD. It was a rare treat the people of (iarfield enjoyed on Tuesday even ing. President Bryan was in his happiest mood and dealt evidently with a favorite subject. Senator McCroskey introduced the speaker, who was his guest for the, time in his pleasant way, congratulating the audience, which was a good one to be select, on the special privil ege of the evening. After brief but lucid attention to the nature and function of language in general, the speaker carried hi.s audience back to the ancient home of the race, and from thence traced the history of the various languages of the civ ilized world. The familiar illustra tion of a tree with its branches was drawn upon a chart, the truuk marked "Aryan," to indicate the parent race, and the various pri mary branches made relatively con spicuous to show how the various peoples and languages sprang from a common source. A very interesting and instruc tive feature of the lecture was the j tracing of kinship through...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1896

THE Pimm «LD. j SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, l NORTHERN PACIFIC WRECK. Last Saturday evening about 10:15 o'clock quite a bad wreck oc curred in the Northern t Pacific yards in this city, says the Oakes dale Sun. Two largo freight trains,' double-headers, mci at this point, the one hound south being a train of empties, and the other heavily loaded. The Bouth-bound arrived first and was divided, half being switched on one Bide track and the other half on another. As the i north-bound freight had arrived and was waiting near the O. R. A N. crossing, it was signaled to come ahead. Supposing tho track was clear the engineers pulled in at a pretty good rate. A drunken brake man had neglected to close the first switch and the result was the train took to the side track and crashed into the l>ig string of empties. The momentum of the heavy train was so great that the cars next to the second engine were pushed forward, knocking the tender from the track and crashing into the en gine, tearing off...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1896

SIMMONS. [n the Superior Court of the state of Washington, in and for the county of Whitman, (lias. H. Dodd iV Co., a corporation, plaintiff, vs. J .). GarreltS and Walter A. Wood Har vester Company, a corporation, de fendants. The Btate of Washington, To the said .F. J. Garrelts and Waller A. Wood Har vester Company, defendants. You are summoned to appear within -.ixty days after the date ot the first pub location of this summons, to-wit : within ; .jxtv days after the 28th day of Decem ber, 1895, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff] and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their office below stated and in case of your failure so to do, judgment \\ ill be : rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint which lias been tiled with the clerk of said court. The object of said action is to foreclose a certain chattel mortgage made and ex ecuted by the defendant J....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1896

THE SILVER SUBSTITUTE The Bi.l Passed Without Furthe' Amendrm fit THE SOUTH AND WEST ALLIED •tailed Vote ShOWS That All astern Senator*, With One ExccptioU, ore Opposed. Washington, Feb. L—The senate op ened at n • with h speech by the ven< ■• Vermont. Benat< • ■ ". - i ■ promptl) •. nt'B message and su -^ ::; an emergenc] I "The free silver i • '■ ' he & •> ROI ■ the first time wh< laked foi that a stone has been presented, but it is the first time a committee of the senate seems to have perpetrated a practical joke, almost pood enough for a clown of Barnum's menagerie." The senator thought the deficient national income should be not less swiftly remedied than an excess, saying: "The present administration, however, exhibits a bashful difference about acknowledg ing- any deficiency of revenue derived from a tariff bereaved of its parents in early Infancy, but with hands behind them they may Quietly take whatever money congress may place In their hands for the treasu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1896

MR. HARRISON SAYS NO His Name Must Not Be Used in the St. Louis Convention. HIS LETTER EXPLAINS IT *ot On^e Since lie Left tho White House Has He I>e«ired to Kcturn to It— Grateful for All Favors. Indianapolis, Feb. 3.—Captain John K. Gowdy, chairman of the republican state committee, called on General Har rison this evening by invitation, and the ex-president handed him the appended self-explanatory letter: "Hon. J. K. Gowdy, Indianapolis: In view of the resolutions passed by the state central committee at its recent meeting, and of the fact that the dele gates to the national republican con vention are soon to be chosen in this etate, 1 have concluded that some state ment from me as to my wishes and pur poses should now be made to my Indi ana friends. Hitherto I have declined to speak to the public upon this matter, but scores of friends to whom I have talked, and many scores more to whom I have written, will recognize in this expression the substance of what I have said to the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1896

—The W. ('. T. U. will organize a Loyal Temperance Legion as Boon as the necessary literature arrives. Mrs. Webb has kindly donated the use of her hall in which to hold the L. T. L. meetings, and on behalf of the Union the executive committee extends to her a vote of thanks for the courtesy. The next regular meeting of the \V. U. T. U. will be held on Saturday, Feb. 1">, at eight )>. m.. in the parlors of the Artesian hotel. — Remember the leapvear valen tine social to be given by the Chris tian Endeavorers at the Congrega tional church next Friday ni^ht. Admission 1<) cents. A very pleas ing progiam has been prepared, and refreshment? will be served as usu al. Come everybody and enjoy un evening of fun. — At the Congregutinnnl church the usual services will br In id to morrow. Sunday school ;it I<>; morning worship at 1 1, theme, "Per fection in Christ :" Junior Endi av or at 3, V. I. S. C. E, at 6:30; even ing service at 7:"'1. subject, "'My Dreams." —Walter Bramel ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 February 1896

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 17. THE NEWS OF hi" CUT. r»la.-5r the jtzztzzd sxux- ...AX-Xd.^'X'OOSTUk.," KTT TICS CADETS .o"O~xrrr.~ . —A few weeks ago the marshal drove a number of horses to the pound, located in the Palace livery and feed stable, but when they were sold the proceeds were not sulii cient to defray expenses, and the eitv council gave Mr. Ste pro , prietor of the stable, a general fund warrant in payment of ed t bill. Again last week the marshal im pounded eleven head of horses, and advertised to sell then] at public sale yesterday^ But Mr. Si ecu di n't propose to be caught out in the rain again, and refused to de liver the horses to the marshal till the payment of the feed bill, a total of $49.50, had been guaranteed in cash, as general fund warrants don't go far toward paying running expenses of a stable. As payment was not guaranteed, Mr. Steen has commenced suit against the mar shal, and the result will doubtless be that the livery man- lien against the ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 February 1896

IN SENATE AND HOUSE Death of Representative Cram of Texas. PROGRAM IS KNOWN A 7 LAST t ppsr lloose decides to J>ebate a Num ber of Important Subjects in the Future. Washington, Feb. 10.—Although the senate felled to accomplish much to tiny, the session served to make definite th«> program on ;• number of important. subjects. Senator Morrill save notice that he would call up the tarifi bill on nexi Wednesday. Senator Call secured unanimous con sent that the Cuban question be made the special order following the defi ciency bill. Senator Davis, the author of the Da vis resolution on tin- Monroe doctrine, gave tiotic- that on nexl Monday he would call up the resolution. Thus the three most important pending ques tions were (riven a definite time for hearing:. During the morning hour Senator Cameron offered the following Joint resolution relative to the termination of war in Cuba: "Resolved, That, whereas the presi dent of the United States In his last an nual message to this body...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 February 1896

PEARL BRYAN'S DEATH A Girl Friend Who Knows About It but Will Not Tell Yet. HER VERY MYSTERIOUS STORY She Does Not Propose to See Those Hoys. Hung and to Save Their .Necks WiH Tell. Indianapolis, Feb. 9— The Fort Thom as murder mystery is no nearer a solu tion than it has been since the headless body of Pearl Bryan was found. Lulu May Hollingsworth, one of Pearl Bryan's girl friends, who has been buarding at No. SI Henry street, knows a good deal about, the tragedy. Miss Holllngsworth's knowledge of the easy was brought to light today through ;j letter written to Marshal W. E. Starr atGreencastle. The man who wrote the letter is H. E. Ratcliffe, a traveling salesman from Baltimore. He advised Marshal Starr to investigate the matter and ti.e marshal oame here ttiis after noon. Detective Frank Wilson was detailed to assist the marshal. Tiny called on Miss Hollingsworth. She was not in clined to 1..- communicative at first. Then they decided to take her to the police headquarters ami h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 February 1896

THE PIILW Hi Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postoffice as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Pcblishkbs Wilforo Allen, Editor. "IKKMs OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance, - - $2.00 six months " - - LOO Three " - -r>o All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. The Herald and the Toledo Blade one year for only $2.00. Judge Sullivan and Prosecuting Attorney Canfield came in for a i dose of YVindus abuse last week. People know just about what weight to give Windy's slush nowadays. A (.heat number of people have expressed their satisfaction at see ing the Herald made official city' {taper. Ordinances and other city notices will now be made public. If the city council would only appoint the Tribune assistant water commissioner, or something of that kind, it might then order it paid out of the water fund. It's the j name that draws the pay you know. A LETTER of inquiry has been re ceived by May...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 February 1896

SIMMONS. 1,, the Superior Court of the etate of Washington, in and for the county of Whitman Chas. H- I)(>(1<1 l^ (<u -' :l corporation, plaintiff, ' vs. [ j. Oarrelte and Walter A. Wood Har vester Company, a corporation, de fendants. The state of Washington, To the said .1. J. Garrelts and Waller A. Wood Har vester Company, defendants. \ rou are summoned to appear within sixty days alter the date ol the first pub lication of this summons, to-wit : within sixty days after the 28th day of Deeem ber,lß9o, and defend the above entitled action, in the above en tilled court, and I answer the complaint of the plaintiff i ainl serve a copy of your answer <>n Ihe undersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their office below stated and in case <>t' your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered againsi yon according to the demand of the complaint which ha- been tiled with the clerk of said court. The objei t of said action is to foreclose a certain chattel mortgage made an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 February 1896

A CONSUMPTION CURE Dr. Edson Announces a Remedy in the Medica' Record. THE RESULTS OF HIS TESTS Many Sufferers irom Tuberculosis I>ls charged as Cured, and Alt Cases Show Improvement. New oYrk, Feb. 9, -Dr. Cyrus Edson, who was at one lime commissioner of health of the city and county of New Yurk, and who has been for years one of the well known contributors to the Lading magazines, publishes an arti cle today in the Medical Record—the Lancet among the medical journals in the United Stat*»« —under tin; follow ing till •■; A Rational Treatment for Phthisis Pulmonans, together with some notes on a new remedial solution." Under this heading comes the descrip tion made by Dr. Edson, which, it is held, may solve the. hitherto unsolved problem of the cure of tuberculosis. 1 >f ali tlie diseases which atliict th<' human race, tuberculosis, in one form or .mother, is the most fatal. Among the people of nations, sufficiently civ ilized to keep records of deaths With their cause, abo...

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