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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1896

ITALY CRIES ENOUGH Wants to Conclude Peace With Abyssinia. THE RIOTS APE ABATING Strong Measures Adopted by the Police Have Finally (Juellei the Frenzied Populace. London, March 6.—A special dispatch from Rome says King Humbert has ordered Signor Franzoi to undertake a special mission to the ruler of Abys sinia, Negus Menilik. Signor Franzoi belives it is best to conclude an hon orable peace with the Abyssinians and abandon the country. CRISPI NOT SLAIN. London, March 6. —It was rumored In Paris and Brussels that Premier Crispi has been assassinated. A dispatch from Toulon said the Italian premier was stabbed seven times. Rome, March 6.—Midnight.—The re port that Premier Crispi has been as sassinated is unfounded. RIOTS GO ON i^AX" AND NIGHT Italian Populace Has Been Worked Into a Frenzy. Rome, March 6.—Rioting caused by the anger of the people at the conduct of the Abyssinian campaign was con tinued last night in nearly every large city in Italy, although a rain storm cleared the s...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1896

OVERLAND MONTHLY The Overland Monthly for April will contain several notable articles. Mr. John J. Valentine, president of Wells, Fargo & Co., will have a strong and incisive article on ''In ternational Bimetallism," in which he denies the quantitative theory of bimetallism, claiming that a small amount of the most stable currency and the full credit based on it can accomplish vastly more business than a much greater amount of a questionable currency. This article, though on the opposite side, should be read in connection with [rving M. Scott's articles it) the January and February numbers The Grand Army of the Republic on the Pacific coast will be inter ested in an articl ■ on '"Defenders oi the Union," by Frank Elliott My ers, in which the history of the or ganization is given and many records of prominent comrades. The educational department this nionlh vill contain an art icle by Professor Thomas It. Bacon, of the University of Colifornia, on "The Si udy of I Mstory." Beside...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1896

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 22. THE HEWS OF THE CITY. .. B trrTER3T7P" SOCIAL NEXT FRIDAY MiaKT. I THE CSOTTWOII- 2vX3=r:TIXTa- LASt TTTESBATT. /~ ____ # \ —The Golden Rule Society will give a "buttercup social" and cane walk, at the Congregational church next Friday evening, March 27th. The admission will be ten cents and a good time is assured, as the ladies of the "Golden Rule" are al vways successful in their entertain ments. —The usual services will be held tomorrow at the Congregational church. Sunday school at 10: morning worship at 11, theme, "Mary Magdalene at the Sepulchre," Junior Endeavor at three: V. P. S. C. E. at 0:30; evening service at 7:30, subject, ''Interpreting Our Times." —Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Hackett, of Hatton, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Keeney last Sunday. Mrs. Hackett is a sister of Prof. Sutton, principal of the state normal school at Cheney. "You cawn't help iawfing when Buhdette'e talking. It isn't good fawm to lawf, but it was so widicu lous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1896

MR. CARLISLE IS IN IT I Administration Is Grooming Him for the Presidential Race. HIS CHIEF IS TO WITHDRAW Formal Declaration to That KflftM?! Will IN* Wade Public Within 11 Short Time. Washington, March L 6. Secretary Carlisle Is a candidate for the presiden tial in'ruination at Chicago, and a pub lic announcement to that effect will noun be made by one of the Becrettary'a dole friends in the senate. This an nouncem >nt, however, will not >><■ made until President Cleveland has formally statci ins purpose to ;i"i permM his name to be used in the convention in connection with a third term, it is learned on exceil^nit authority that the prewideni has fully decided upon this course, .mil it is expected that he will make known his determination within a Short lime, n is undoubtedly !i\i ■ that Carlisle's candidacy will have the support of Cleveland and the members <>f the cabinet. lle will go before I lie convention as the representative of the sound money views of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1896

GEN. GRANT AND CUBA Why He Did Not Recognize the Cubans as Belligerents. DIARY OF SECRETARY FISH Had It Not Been for the Secretary. Grant Would Iluve Sent in a Belligerency Meuagei Albany, N. V.. March 15.—During the j debate on the Cuban question in the j United States senate many allusions were made both by Senator Sherman and Senator Hill as to the attitude of | President Grant and the then secretary i of state, Hamilton Fish. Senator Sher- j man declared there was a conllict of opinion over Cuban affairs between the president and his secretary of state. The speaker of the New York assem bly, Hamilton Fish, son of the late sec retary, is in possession of information upon this subject contained in the dia ries kept by his lather that is of great importance in the controversy. On the authority of these diaries it is shown that President Llrant had at one time, under the circumstances of a pending negotiation at Madrid, been in clined to recognize the belligerency of Cuba, b>>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1896

THE POIUIII lUU. Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered ;it the Pullman postofflce as second class mail matter. ILLEN BROS. - - - Pihumikks Wilford Allkn, Editor. IKKMS OF SIUhCRII'IIoN : One year, in advance, - - $2.00 Six months " ... L.OO Three " " - ~>o All advertisements will be continued and ■ lartrt'd for till ordered out. Steamer fare from Seattle to Al aska is $<>. THE republican party should nominate an east side man for gov ernor. The contract period for the ex change of school books will expire April 30th. The Tekoa Times is a very good local paper, but it should diagram some of its editorial notes if it ex pects them to be understood. The weather on the newly opened Nez Perce reservation has been from ten to fifteen degrees colder the past winter than in the Palouse country. The Cuban resolutions have not yet been endorsed by the president, The Cubans have the sympathy of the United States even if (Jrover is afraid to say so. Ther...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1896

TO EXTERMINATE SQUIRRELS After the adjournment of the im :uigration meeting last Saturday ihose present engaged in an inter esting discussion relative to the best methods of exterminating the squirrels, says the Commoner. All the well known methods were ad vocated by someone. Commis sioner John|Lyonß entered the room about that time, and hearing the meeting discuss a subject which he believes to be of the utmost im portance, he took part in the delib erations. Mr. Lyons expressed the belief that phosphorous is the cheap est and most effective poison, and gave his reasons for his belief. He also gave the method of preparing the poison and stated that he had found it most effective after 15 years of usage. He thought, howevtr, that in order to make an effective warfare upon the pest the work must be pushed in every part of the country, on every piece of ground infested, and with the utmost vigor. To do this the county must take hold of the matter, he thought. This j sentiment was shar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1896

THE PRin VEBPLB. SATURDAY, MARGH 21, 1896. CONK UP IN SMOKE. At four o'clock Tuesday morning the slumber* of the people of Pa louse were rudely ended by the un wonted clangor of the lire bell, says the News. The firemen turned out promptly and had no difficulty in locating the blaze, for Mason's cigar store was a mass oi flames. The lire was first discovered by Sid Bart lett, who was sleeping in Farns worth's livery stable. The fire was already under good headway and by the time he reached the alarm bell the flames were pouring out of the roof. The dry wood burned like tinder and although the fire men reached the in short or der, it was evident they could do nothing but try to save the adjoin ing brick buildings, which they succeeded in doing, although the skylight of the Hypotheek bank building caught fire and the glass was shattered by the heat. Although the (ire lasted but a few j minutes only the front of Mason's store was left standing. One box of cigars was the total amount of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1896

COLFAX BAND CONCERT. The Colfax military band will give one of its celebrated concerts in the agricultural college chapel, this. Saturday, evening. The band has 22 pieces, and the music lovers of Pullman may expect a treat. Following is the program: March, "Manhattan," Sousa Overture, "Light Cavalry" Suppe Ornet Solo, air and variations from •<Norma" Arban Mr. L. C. Read. Mexican Waltzes, "Maria". Hinojosa Tuba solo, air and variations Read Mr. Geo. H. Lennox. Selection, "Robin Hood" Dekoven Violin solo, selected Miss Helen James. Baritone solo, "Fascination".Barnhouse Mr. J. C. Berry. Mexican Mazurka, "Encanto Mio," Carrello (Clarionet solo, airand variations "Soum ambula" Thornton Mr. P. C. Maguire. Gavotte "The Princess" Czibulka Vocal solo, "Leonore" Trotere Miss Linna Holt. Overture, "American" Catlin The admission will be 2") and 35 cents. CARD OF THANKS I wish to extend my sincere thanks to the friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted me in my late bereavement. Mrs. C....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1896

NORTHERN PACIFIC DEAL Announcement of Proposed Plan of Reorganization./ GREAT SUMS ARE INVOLVED A Syndicate Formed to Furniuli the 15,000,000 Cuah Thut Will lie Required. New York, March 15.— reorgani- ; zation plan of the Northern Pacific rail way has been completed, and a circular in connection therewith will appear in tomorrow morning's papers in this city in. the form of an advertisement over the signature of J. P. Morgan & Co. of j New York, Drexel & Co. of Philadelphia and the ljeutscue bank 01 Berlin. ■■■■ ther details regarding tin plan will be given out tomorrow. The circular as it will appear proposes the creation of the J following securities: First—.Lien 100-year 4 per cent gold bonds, $130,1 ,ouo. These b<*nrts are to be secure! by a mortgage upon the | main line, branches, terminals, land grants, equipment and other property embraced m the reorganization as ear-, ried out, and also all other propertj thereafter acquired by the use ol any bunds to be Issued u...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1896

TROOPS ARE ON GUARD Kentucky Legislators Will Make Laws Surrounded by Bayonets. ANGER AT THE GOVERNOR presence of llluecoats the Signal tor Violent Denunciation In i lie beast*. Frankfort. Ky.. March L 6. Today's ■enaatlon in the senatorial contest flashed in the pan. Bitter talk and a fruitless ballot tells the story, and those features have been present every day since the fight began. The scenes, how ever, had a different setting, and to the dramatic' personae were added about 400 blue eoais from Louisville, Lexing ton and Frankfort. The salutory < ■({<•<■ t of this military display does not appear on the surface, because the reason for itspresence was apprehension and not the existence of violence. Three companies of th- 1 state guard took up their position on the state house grounds ihi-- morning, and the Ken tucky legislators filed through pickei lines to their meeting places in the capital. The presence of this armed force was the subject of numi rous reso lutions an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1896

READING THE FINGER NAILS. Character an It 111 Expressed In the Tips of a Woman's Fingers. Examino her finder nails, If these wear the hue of bereavement—but why Buggest anything so odious and impossi ble? If they are tinged with ink, beware of the learned lady, or perhaps she is a successful novelist, with a fortune at her finger ends. Yet Bho may be a Sappho, a j poet, and we have a distinct impression J that a muse may be a perilous person to j marry, as in the case of Miss Blanche J Amory. And poetry is not a paying pro fession, and Mrs. Hemans was "too poet- I i" for Sir Waller Scott. However, , t scare merely mortal inferences, it i -(Is no "palmist" to tell the young i..,;n all i. . nor dues "the palmist" dally <>v r su ;h Lnfereno If her Qnger nails are wider than they are long, beware! fiho hßth her nails n<-l lODB, but broad. 1> ware! as the sweet Binger of Am< rica might hare said. "A hot tt mp< r and obstinate disposition are indicated." This kitten, as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 March 1896

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 23. DIE HEWS OF THE CITY. \ J303- TAX X-A.'W -a.OKA.XIT SEIiTCS- C2Xj&.2XCtS: KIT x^-cex-xc SCII3OL j TEA.C HER S . / —The semi-occasional enforce- j ment of the dog license law is again ; /in progress, and will doubtless re sult in a cur or two giving up the | ghost, and a number of citizens giv-! ing up a few cart wheels., A cell of the city jail is being used for a dog. :< pound, and it is sincerely hoped that the marshal will make a go of it this/ time. ! —H. Y. Chambers and J. M. j Palmerton will each have a new suit of clothes in the near future, they having been the successful ■ ones in the rallies this week, the former having captured the Baura j suit with a nine cent ticket, and the J latter the berg suit with a 33 cent ticket. —The concert in the college aud itorium last Saturday night by the ! Colfax band, was a complete suc cess musically, and the numbers were all enthusiastically enchored. The organization makes remarkably i goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 March 1896

STRUNG UP TO A TREE MOB H\><;>» WILLIAM MVRPHI *i hi \rs\ 11,1.1:. rr.w. I'lciiilfd \\ illl the Mob Not to ONI <>r Choke Him—Killed a Fellow-Miner. Cincinnati, .March 22.—The Commer cial-Gazetti '.-■ sp< < lal from Chattanooga, Term . .-ays: A m k William Murphy from the Jail at Huntsville, Term., last midnight and strung him to a trie. The \ lllagei knew nothing of it until the body was found hanging from a honey locust tn this morning, not 80 paces from the old William Murphy was in jail awaiting trial for the murder of Bill Nowlin, a i miner, I hree v. . Aboul 80 mountaineers with masks on did the work. The leader wore no disguise, bui 1 d to be a I!• knock* d at I door, awaki ned Jailer C. C. Ell nting he was a deputy sherifl with prisoner he wanted to lock up. As tin jailer open*d the door he was cover ■ with a lai ny pistol and the ki w< i c demanded, li the keys. The moun ew revolvers on j the jailer's frightened wife and dan; ter, and t!. Ihi kej 1 ay...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 March 1896

THEY STAVED IT OFF IBNATB AQAIH iUCCBBD§ IN 1)10- LAYING THE CUBAN MATTER. Sherman Hade v Motion lo Recom mit It, iiml It Prevailed Before It* Drift Was Realised. Washington, March 23.—Senator Blackburn s return to the senate today, after the exciting and fruitless sena torial contest before the Kentucky leg islature, was signalled by an unusual demonstration by his colleagues. On the senator's desk was the most mam moth and elaborate floral design ever brought to the senate, rising 12 feet from the floor and overnanging the desks of Senators Walthall and Vest on either side. The main design represented the coat of arms of Kentucky, with two huge dolls clasping hands as the central fig ures, around which were worked the state motto: "United we stand: divided we fall." Above this was a large horse shoe of LaFrance and I'carle roses, while below and around w< re great sheaves of oak leaves find lilies of the valley. The whole was topped with wide spreading branches of Ami rican Bea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 March 1896

THE PULLHIHW HERfILD. Published ai Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and filtered :it the Pullman pofltofSce as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Pubmbhkri Wii.fobd Ai.i.kn, Editor. IKKMH <)K SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance, - - $-.00 Six months " ... 1.00 Three " " - 50 All advertisements will he continued and charged for till ordered out. Now is the time to beautify your residencejproperty. Plant a few trees, etc. Congress does lots of talking about Cuba, but talk won't prove very boneficial to the suffering Cu bans. The ex-postmaster says that Postmaster Ford will sell less stamps than he would had ho pur chased Lobaugh's oflice fixtures. Boycott, eh? If the city can provide no place in which to impound stock, it should be done by private subscrip tion. If the city expects to have smooth lawns, and thrifty trees. shrubbery and flowers, the stock or dinance must be enforced. Windy'b mental and moral irres ponsibility can not be laid to the accident of b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 March 1896

COMMERCIAL PAPER. The following address on v•Com mercial Paper" was given by Attor ney C. M. Steams, before the com mercial department of the agricul tural college: The subject which I have been assigned to briefly address you up o n is that of the law of commercial paper, which like many other mat ters of legal nature has not come down to us in the entire complete ness in which we find the present time, rather it is the growth of cus toms that have their origin in the business intercourse, wants and needs of individuals and people, and which by common usage have become the law of the land, and have been recognized as such by the subsequent statutes of the dif ferent states of our country, and by many of the nations of the world. In*the first place, I will define to you that the term commercial paper ineous and includes all those in struments of indebtedness which are treated and f used in the com merce of the world as the equiv alents or representatives of money or which arc given ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 March 1896

THE PULLPIRK HERILO. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1896. A SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Two weeks ago last Saturday while Mrs. Keefe of Whelan was out tiding with her little child the team ran away and threw both of them out of the buggy, and Mrs. Keefe was thrown against a post in a wire fence and was frightfully in- jured, says the Moscow Mirror. She struck the post with her mouth and all the teeth in her lower jaw were broken off and a piece of the lower jaw containing seven teeth. She was rendered unconscious by the terrible blow, and it was some time before she regained consciousness. A Pullman doctor was called and did all he could for her but did not remove the broken jaw bone because she was too weak. Last Saturday flhe was brought to Moscow and Dr. J. 11. McCallie removed the section of the jaw containing the eight teeth, which he lias preserved in alcohol. The jaw bone was not broken in two but a piece running a little below the roots of the teeth was knocked off. FORGER ARRESTED IN PA- LOUSE....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 March 1896

OUR COLORED POPULATION According to the last census re- j turns, of the 02,621,250 people in the United States, 7,638,300 were j colored and 54,983,890 white. The colored are divided into four classes _of African descent, 7,470,040; Chinese, 107,475; Japanese, 2,039; ( >ivilized Indians, 58,800, The 7,- | 470,040 of African descent are again subdivided into blacks, 6,337,980; j inulattoes. 956,889; quadroons, 105,- j 135; octoroons 09,930 —betweenone- fifth and one-sixth being thus of mixed blood. The census commis sioner, however, discredits these) subdivisions as of little value, and probably misleading as to race mingling. Contrary to a common impres sion the white population grows more rapidly in proportion than the colored, ' In 1880 there were 6,580,793 colored and 43,402,970 white in a total of 50,155,783. The relative strength was then, white 86.54, colored 13.12. By the latest census it is. white 87.80, colored j 11.93. The colored proportion has steadily decreased from ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 March 1896

THE RAID UP THE NILE lOX.I \M> WISHES TO ANTICIPATE A DISHVISII ATTACK. Tribesmen of the Soudan Considered Too \Veuk to Succesßfully; Re«lSt the Invasion. London. March 20. Mr. Chamberlain, ■peaking In the house of commons to day on the Egyptian auestion, said the situation ;it Wady Malta waa bad, but it might have been borne Cor some years longer had it not been tor the defeat of the Italians. Now, however, it wa felt that If Kassala falls, the effects I would be Incalculable upon Egyptian li terests, and it Italy were again defeat ed many a tribe hitherto alienated from the Khalifa would rejoin his forces and \u might make a great future efforl deatroj Egypt, and the civilization of which England was the protector. Therefon , it was of paramount import- ; ance to Egypt that Kassala should not fall, and the advance of the British- Egyptian troops up the Nile was dictat-1 yd from this consideration. The wisest policy for Egypt was to anticipate an I Attack and prevent the concent...

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