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

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 20. THE HEWS OF THE CITY. —HE 800 ©XSir>XIT.A.XTC?3E -A-3-^.IiT IXT BTATV Qt7O. CsiXlTO-SB IN" TJITIOiT r^^-CII^IC ACTEITTS, —Marshal Baymiller states that the dog license ordinance will not he further enforced till a pound has been provided by the city, and he therefore now refuses to receive the tax. The city should provide the necessary pound and thus not de feat the operation of a good law. The way it has been run in the past a few have been obliged to pay the tax. while the great majority went unlicensed, and the canine numbers were not decreased. Either do away with the ordinance altogether or provide that it may be fully en forced. The marshal is certainly right in refusing to attempt to en force it if it can not be done right. —The lectures on the "Yellow stone Park," and on "Alaska and [ndianland," will be given at the school auditorium on Friday and .Saturday evenings, March 13th and 14th, instead of the Oth and 7th as previously annou...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 March 1896

MR.BOOTH'S ULTIMATUM Ex-Salvation Army Commander States His Position. FOR INDEPENDENT MOVEMENT He thinks tho United Stntes Are Large Enough for Two Salvation Armies. New York, March 1. — Balllngton Booth, ex-commander of the Salvation Army in the United States, gave a statement tonight which is in part as follows: "Being continually pressed on all sides t" stiit»• definitely what action I will Uike, I desire to make known our present position. God lias called us to work for Him. We dare not, therefore, remain idle. We have also at heart the interests of our country which so loudly calls to us to continue our mis sion. "Seeing that the people of the United States, in Jin urgent and unmistaka ble manner, have voiced their desire that we should Inaugurate a movement affording us an opportunity to continue our labors for the uplifting of the un churched and unchristian people of our country, and as there appears to be no alternative between this course and re tiring from public service,...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 March 1896

WAS CUBA'S FIELD DAY, House Dec'ares for Recognition of Insurgents. SENATE HOLDS TO ITS STAND prospect of War Did Not Dissuade Pa triotic American^ From Declar ing Their Beliefs. Washington, March 2.—Cuba had a field day in the house. Despite the war talk from Spam me struggling patriots in Cuba were eulogized and sympa thized with in two hours debate and the rules were then suspended fend the resolutions by the house foreign affairs committee were adopted as a substitute lor those of the senate by an overwhelming majority of :i'J3 to 17. An anlysis of the vote shows that ISB republicans, 70 democrats and live pop ulists voted for the resolutions and nine republicans and eight democrats against them. The debate which pre ceded their adoption was animated and breathed a spirit of liberty. At times it was exceedingly dramatic, and es pecially when forebodings of war were uttered, but there was no stemming the strong tide. The setting of the scene was brilliant. The galleries were blac...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 March 1896

THE PULLH HEBRLH. Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered m tin 1 Pullman postoffiee ms second class mail ltliltirr. ALLEN BROS. - - - Publishers Wii.k.ihi) Allen, K<lit<>r. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I One year, in advance, - - $~- (|l) Six months " - l-°° Three " " - -r'° All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. The supply of sugar will be great ly diminished by t'i" war in Cuba. Bkn Harrison would rather be ruled over by one person than rule over a nation. The Seattle election went repub lican by great majorities last Tues day. There was a great falling oil in both populist and democratic vote. So it will be everywhere this year. Republican nomination is paramount to election. Windy has great political aspira tions, and his record is the worst thing he has to combat, His sel fishness was well demonstrated in the part betook in the base con spiracy against the college. Such men as he are not safe in any pub lie trust....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 March 1896

a FEMTKIFE PINANCIAN GEN [US. vFEMrNIFE FINANCIAN GEN IUS, i Certain thread manufacturers offer a silver thimble for the return of two dozen labels from their spools as a bait to induce the public to invest in their threads, says the Enterprise. A Garfield lady, in need of such a thimble, enquired of all the local dealers but they did not carry this particular thread. So she ordered two dozen spools from the house and told them to send the thimble along, which they did. She then gave the labels from one end of the spools to one lady friend and from the other end to to another, which they exchanged for a silver thimble each. Who says the feminine mind is not cap able of mastering business! LOOKS BAD FOR POOR LO. The total [ndian population at this time, according to estimates made by the officials of the Indian Bureau] is 248,253, exclusive of the [ndian« of Alaska. In 1829, before the annexation of Texas and Mex ico, the estimated [ndian popula tion of the country was 400.000. In 18...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 March 1896

THE PULLM BLD. SATURDAY, MARCH 7. 1806. RAILROAD SELECTION VALID. Secretary Smith lias reserved the decision of the commissioner of the ii land office in the case of Patrick O'Brien against the North ern Pacific Railroad Company, from Mm- Spokane district. The land in volved was in the indemnity limits of the grant to the railroad com pany, and was selected December !7. 1883. In 1892 O'Brien made homestead entry for the land, al leging settlement in 1885, and claiming that at that time of the company's selection this hind was held by a valid adverse settlement existing thereon. The evidence showed thai one Thomas Gibbon made some improvement? thereon in connection with an adjoining quarter section, upon which !"■ male homestead entry .March 21, 1884. and that he held possession of the land controversy till 1885, when he turned it over to O'Brien, who held possession and lived there on expecting to make homestead entry for it. The local officers up on the hearing recommended (!»•■ re...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 March 1896

HE POLLPIi HEBfILD. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1800. i \{ ULROADSELECTION VALID. Secretary Smith has reserved the decision of the commissioner of the : land office in the case of Patrick O'Brien against the North ern Pacific Railroad Company, from the Spokane district. The land in volved was in the indemnity limits of the grant to the railroad com pany, and was selected December 17, 1883. In 1892 O'Brien made homestead entry for the land, al leging settlement in 1885, and claiming that at that time of the company's selection this land was held by a valid adverse settlement . ' * rill ■ 1 existing thereon. Ihe evidence showed that one Thomas Gibbon made s.i,lie improvements thereon in connection with an adjoining quarter section, upon which he made homestead entry March 21, 1884. and that he held possession ofthe land controversy till 1885, when he turned it over to ( >'Brien, who held possession and lived there on expecting to make homestead entry tor it. The local officers up on the hea...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 March 1896

NOTICE. In the superior court of the state of Washington for Whitman county. In the matter of the estate of Mary Belle J)ock, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of' William V. Duncan, praying for the par- { tition of a portion of the real estate of the said deceased among the respective persons entitled thereto, It is ordered that the hearing of said application he appointed for the nth day of March, 1896, at two o'clock p. in of that day at the court room of this court, in whitman county, state of Washington; and that notice thereof he given to the parties named as heirs of said deceased residing in this state and by publishing a copy of this order weekly until said day appointed for a hearing, in the Pullman Hkkald, a newspaper of general circula tion in said county. Dated February 4, 1896. E. 11. SULLIVAN, Judge. Moses Bull, Attorney for petitioner SHERIFF'S SALE. State ok Washington, ) c< OountV of Whitman, j In the superior court for the county of Whitman, state of...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 March 1896

NOTICE. In the superior court of the state of Washington for Whitman county. In the matter of the estate of Mary Belle Dock, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of William V. Duncan, praying for the par tition of a portion 01 the real estate of the said deceased among the respective persons entitled thereto, [t is ordered that the hearing of said application be appointed for the 9th day of March, 1896, at two o'clock p. m of that day at the court room of this court, in whitman county, state of Washington ; and that notice thereof be given to the parties named as heirs of said deceased residing in this state and by publishing a L-opy of this order weekly until said day appointed for a hearing, in the. Pullman Id:•■: \i.i). a newspaper of general circula tion in said county. Dated February 4, 1896. K. 11. SULLIVAN, Judge. Moses Bull, Attorney for petitioner SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Washington, { OountV of Whitman, f In the superior court for the county of Whitman, state of Wa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 March 1896

THERE WILL BE NO BOLT Talk of Reorj.irrzing Both OU Parties. ON THE BIMETALLIC ISSUES .senator Carttr Asserts That Western Republicans Will Maud by the Party of Lincoln. Chicago, Fob 28.—A special to the Record from Washington Bays: "The remarkable speech of Benator Carter In the senate, taken In connec tion with that of Secretary Carlisle ai the Manhattan Club in New York a few days ago, has started a good deal of talk about a reorganization of the old political parties and a division of the people upon new lines. Both the republicans and the democrats seem almost hopelessly divided upon the lame Issue, and that the mosl Import ant before the American people today. The parties are united upon every other issue. More than half the democrats In congress declare that they will not sup port the candidate to be nominated at Chicago unless he pledges himself to free coinages A considerable portion of the republicans nay the same con cerning the candidate to be nominated at St. Louis, The...

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

COLD NIPPED THE FRUIT The Snap Has Done Some Dam- age on the Up ands. MANY POINTS ARE AFFECTED (/round Squirrels Will Greatly Diminibh iv Number, to the Delight or 1 armors. Lewlston. Idaho, March 2.—The cold wave now general over the northwest has extended to the valleys of the Snake and Cl< arwater, and some fears are expressed as to its effect upon the orchards. The temperature this morn ing was 12 above zero, and there was a stiff cold wind th;it made the weather seem much colder than it really was. At 8 o'clock tonight the wind iuis gone down, and the weather is more agree able. Robert Flelschner says he has re ceived a number of discouraging reports from orchardists today, but he does not believe the damage to the fruit in terests will be severe. He has experi enced such weather before, and al though the people have always been greatly alarmed, he has observed that the outcome was all right. He thinks this will be the case this year. He says it is .still too i arly to form ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 March 1896

PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES The basements of the school building are being fitted up by the teachers and pupils for a gymnas ium. Mr. K. I. Allen is generously assisting them by doing their black - smithing gratis. All of the sixth grade pupils who failed to reach eighty per centum in the last monthly examination were re-examined one week ago and the most of them managed to pass, po that they will go on with their gaade. The school library now contains over one hundred volumes, all stand ard works. Ten times as many are needed, those already there having been read and re-read many times and both teachers and pupils 'are plotting means whereby they may raise the needed funds to procure them. The school brass band, which j means the brass band, for it is the; only one which claims to flourish here, has just got its new set of, music books, and will make its first public appearance at, the auditor ium in two weeks from yesterday, at which time the eighth grade, will come on deck again with rhe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1896

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 21. IDE JEWS OF THE CITY. ■k^a.inr people are iina'cnisinra- ABOUT 35»TTX-I-l^-a.iT. ~~ i rASEWBLL RECEPTION TO .A.. S. OKA-TrX-OX^XD. " —The Herald is in receipt of many letters from parties in vari ous parts of the country asking for information regarding Pullman and the Palouse country. This week we have received one from an II- j waco, Wash.,* business man, and also one from a man in southern California. The latter wishes to < exchange a California fruit ranch I for a Palouse wheat farm. If any of our readers desire to make such a trade as this, the gentleman's let ter will be turned over to them. To better handle such matters Pull man should have either a board of trade or a local immigration society. The Herald proposes that the lat ter be organized at once, as much j good will result from it. Who will take the matter in hand? —M. A. Corner was in the city visiting his brother. L. V., this week. He hag just returned from Missouri and state...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1896

IN DEFENSE OF SPAIN Hale Mad 3 a Speech Against Recognition of Cubans. DELOME SENT A LETTER Minister From Mmlrlil Denlen tll« StntriiitutM Of Slicnnnn, Mor- unn and I.oiljfo. Washington, March 9.—Another stir ring chapter in the Spanish-Cuban con troversy was added by the senate today. The speech "! the day was marie by Senator Hale of Maine in vigorous op lon : i this resolution and to the offensive interferes c *>( the United SI ites in foreign question's. The senator declared the spirit of militaryism was abroad In the land; that our < ourse In volved the possibilities of war, with (l il its dreadful c msequences. ,\ dramatic Incident occurred when Senator Hale offered to read the state ment, of Minister De Lome of Spain calling in question the accuracy of some -..!" the statements made by Senators Sherman. Morgan and Lodge concern- Ing Spanish at rocilles. Senator Davis of Minnesota quickly objected to the reception of a document from a. foreign minister not. formally tnsm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1896

TO OPERATE THE ROAD Morgan Wants Uncle Sam to Be a Railway Magnate. HAS A BILL TO INTRODUCE The Government Would Hire It* Own Help uittl Discharge the Prevent Official*. Washington, March 9. — Senator Mi r gan introduced in the Benate a document in the shape of a resolution embodying his ideas of a plan for the reorganization of the Pacific railroads. It Instructs the committee on Pa< railroads to report the bill introduced by Senator Morgan giving jurisdii to the court of aDDeals of the Districi of Columbia in cases brought by the United States involving governm liens on railroads. The r< ■■• >lu<ion instructs the committee to repori a bill, either as an original bill or an ami ment, containing provisions for refund tag the outstanding government or Pa cific railroad bonds held by bona fldi owners who are not Indebted to United States, ami also the Hrsl n gage bonds, the refundin ; bonds to run for 80 years ai the option of the government and subjed after W yi to be cal...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1896

the pniHum Knu. Published ai Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postofflce as second class mail mat ter. \ u.K.N BBOS. - - - Publishers Wif,FORD Ai.i.kn, Ktlitor. IXRMH OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance, - - $2.00 six months " ... i.no Three " " - .50 All advertisement* w ill be continued ;vn<l charged for till ordered oul. Govkrnor McGraw has stated that he is not ;i candidate for r<< eleci ion. The worst thing about it is that if we are really as bad as Windy paints us we will have to train in company with his whisky-soaked carcass. "Birds of a feather, etc." The Tribune contains an article on its editorial page today that ap peared in the Herald two weeks ago. Bui its not surprising, as it is always just about that much be hind. The injunction case, Hull against the city of Pullman, which was to have been heard in the superior court last Monday, has been con tinned, and the injunction remains in force. —— ll««l —-■■ 1M Someone ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1896

TAXING MIGRATORY STOCK. County Assessor John Phillips will make a determined effort this year to force the payment of taxes on all migrating stock roaming at large in considerable numbers, es pecially in the western part of the county. In order to accomplish this end he desires the ec-operation of the citizens, and requests the Commoner to publish the following announcment: '"Citizens of Whitman county will please take notice, It is the desire of the under signed that if any citizen of the county, discovering migratory stock grazing upon the range of our county between now and April first to immediately inform me of the same, which will aid in inforcing the law given below, and be the means of preventing anyone from escaping taxation. The law relative to the taxation of migrating stock, is as follows: Section 1. That when any cattle horses, sheep or goats are driven in to any county of this state for the purpose of grazing therein, at any time after the first Monday in April in any ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1896

THE PEW HERHLD. SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1896. PERSONAL AND OTHERWIBE. The ratio of strawberries to gold in New York is 16 to $1. The difficulty with General Wey ler is his belief that the Spanish pen is mightier than the Cuban machete. Americans who have reared fan tastic castles in Spain need not trouble themselvei about the pres ent crisis. Such castles are readily transported on tog rollers. Mine, Marian S. Gambault, of Pau, France, who is a grand niece of Commodore John Paul Jones, has offered to lend some relics of the famous naval officer to the pro moters of the proposed National museum in Independence hall, Philadelphia. The proposed curfew law for lowa will not abridge the inalienable rights of street arabs, but will in augurate a commendable reform in excluding dogs from the highways. The measure causes a great deal of curfewsion in canine circles. Mrs. Custer's favorite home is a secluded log cabin near the PoCOno river, seven miles from the Dela ware Wattr gap. and "two and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1896

SUMMONS. [n the superior court of the state of Washington, in and for Whit man county. Thomas Waldo Story, plaintiff, vs. .lames G. Van Marter, senior, and James G. Van Murter, junior, defendants. State ok Washington, ) County of Whitman, f The state of Washington, To the said James G. Van Marter, junior, defend- ant, You are hereby summoned and re ,mired to appear in the superior court of the state of Washington, in and tor whit man county, within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this sum mons, to-wit: within sixty days after the L'llth <lay of February, 1896, and defend Hie above entitled action in the above en titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff in said action, and serve a copy of your said answer on Thomas Neill, the undersigned attorney for plaintiff, at his oflice in Pullman, in the county of whitman,state of Washington, and if you fail to appear and defend said action and answer the complaint of the plaintiff aforesaid, within the t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1896

GEN. WEYLER PROCLAIMS Captain Genera! of Cuba Issues More Proclamations. THE TEACHERS OF DIVINITY All Will He Pardoned If They Will (ilvo Themselves Up ami Be Good Hereafter. Havana, March 8. Captain G< n Weyler has Issued the following circu lar: "I have promulgated an order that the teachi ra of divinity of the pro\ inces of Ma ' '; •..i-:, Puerto Principe and San tiago 6 «'•!.. a who confessedly have ta ken pari iii the movements oJ the rebels .shall be pardoned on making their sub mission, surrendering their arms and placing tie : under tli" surveil lance of the ' wful authority, provided they havu not committed oilier crimes since the Issuance of my last procla mation. •■li will be .1 commendable circum stance thai these submissions may be made by bodies of those affi cted. "The teachers of divinity who, with out arms, shall come under the same circumstances will be Immediately transfer] ed to tl tea mpments, forts, towns and, in lere 1 hey may be under the In llance of t he...

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