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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 March 1896

18 SPOILING FOR WAR P«MAIIDS WORK THEMSELVES ' ISTO A FERVOR. I . ' Spain would Rather Fight Tliuu Recognize « Cuban Com mission of Inquiry. Barcelona, March 22. -A renewed manifestation of the emotional spirits of the citizens of this town was made today, though no hostile demonstration wa s attempted against the United States consulate. As is usual on Sun day there was a promenade of light hearted holiday makers and a concert by the municipal band for the, enjoy ment of the promehaders. A remark able scene occurred during the after noon which seemed to be occasioned by a spontaneous movement of the crowd. Cries were raised for the playing o£ the national march by the band, and the regular program of the concert ha I to be fixed to satisfy the crowd. The crowd then proceeded in a body to the French consulate, where a deputation entered to express sentiments of friend ship and esteem £or France. The people here are confident In their belief that l ranee is pledged to assist Spain in...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 March 1896

Hi.' 11 ••men* In Hit: North. From the last days of May to the end of July in the northern part of this land tho sun shines day and Dight upon its mountains, fiords, riven, lakes, forests. valley*, town-, villages, hamlets, fields and farms, a'M 1 thus Sweden and Nor way may be called the land of tho mid , sun. During this period of con -lin nor. i daylighl tho stars are never seen, the moon appears pale and sheds no light upon the earth. Summer is short, giving just, time enough for tho wild flowers to grow, to bloom and to lade away, and hardy time for the husband man tocollect his harvest, which, how ever, is sometimes nipped by a summer fr. t. A few weeks after the midnight snn has passed the hours of sunshine shorten rapidly, and by the middle of August the air becomes chilly and the nights colder, although during the day the sun is warm. Then tho grass turns yellow, the leaves chan ■:<■ their color, wither and fall; the swallows and other migrating birds iU toward tii" sout...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 April 1896

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 24. HE HEWS OF THE tin. ..yA-CnST" TO BE PRBSEITTED lIT 2*£Jk.~3T. yCTBI-XC SCHOOL. teachers VISIT I"-A-3LO-VSSB. The contracts for the appear ance, of Griffith's "Faust" at the auditorium have been signed and the advance posters ar« here. The play will be given the first week in May, the exact date not yet being definitely determined. John Grif fith is said to excel all other liv ing actors as "Mephisto." This will be by all odds the greatest show ever given iv Pullman. —Mesdaires Zender & Thornp §on opened their new millinery es tablishment to the public this week. The ladies have a very fine display of spring hsts and other millinery goods, and are meeting with suc cess, They also conduct a dress making departmeut in connection. —The Buhmann brothers, who were given a preliminary hearing before Justice Bissell, at (Juy, last Saturkay, on the charge of assault preferred by J. R. Johnson, were bound over to the superior court in the sum of $20...

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

AGAINST Tames J. HILL itIPHUMK OOUKT IIKCIWKS rHK QRH.Vr WORTHKHHi task. IliKlier CluirKO d*r 11 Short Thun ■ I.OMji Mil 111 In Also \u««>"««« i In- l,ti». Washington, Mai 30. Justi< Brown delivered an opinion in th< su prtsme court today In the case of Thos. j Pearsall vs. the Great Northern Rail way Company and Louisville & Nash ville Railway Company vs. the common wealth of Kentucky, as to i IghtS of pal allel and competing railway lines to consolidate, holding in the case of the Great Northern that it could not under its charter, and in opposition to the act of the Minnesota legislature of 1874, be consolidated with the Northern Pacific, ;iF was sough! to be accomplished. The case of Pearsall vs. the Great Northern company came to the supreme court fromj the United States circuit •court for Uif district of Minnesota. It was b Mil In .■•iuiiy filed by Pearsall as a stockholder in the Great Northern Against the laws of Lh< territory and state of Minnesota, to enjoi...

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

0, WEYLER TO RESIGN .fTATBD THAT II X HAS BKCOMB DIgCOURAOBD. The Prime Minister of Spain Will hi* SiU'ffNKor, So the l<«* port Hunt. Ife\r Yurk. March 2s.—A special to geWorld from Key Weal says: -The Morgan line steamer which ar« rived from Havana today reported that it was stated semi-oftlcially In Havana that Captain General Weyler, in apite of all stories tv the contrary, had be come disgusted ami tendered his resig nation because things are in a bad shape. It was an open secret in Hava oa that owing u> this determination to resign ami the seeming determination of tli'- United Slaws i" recognize the belligerency of Cuba, all parties have come together in Madrid ami the prime minister of S[>ain will resign to accept tin- captain generalcy •■!' <'üba.' 1 RECENT BATTLES. At San Juan d' !>■'■■ V' ras. wilh 40 volunteers and 20 regular troops, engag ed a force of I 1"111 Insurgents under Za yas. The governm'eni Buldk ji'H defended themselvi s grallantlj . bui Ii ■ i 3...

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

THE POUPIBI HERHLD. Published Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman pnMoil'uv as second class mail matter. \l IIN I'.lv'OS. - - - Publishers Wn.ioki» Ai.i.i Editor. ■ terms of subscription: Oiie year, in advance, - - $2.00 Six months " ... 1.00 Three " " - - •'° All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered "lit. The Raster bonnet is a malady that affects all womankind at this season of the year. Aii. that proposed county press association needs is a time and place for meeting for organization.! WHEAT wintered well, and is now in good condition. The Pulouse country never fails to have a good yield. The ..round squirrel continues! happy, contented, and in no great ly diminished number, notwith standing the fact that scientists and others are puzzling their brains over his future. The republican state convention for the selection of ihe eight dele gates to represent Washington in the St. Louis convention, will be held in Everett Ma...

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

"commercial paper. (Continued from last week.) The first promissory note was an abiolute promise to pay a definite oerson a specified sum of money at a fixed time. It was recognized to be what is called in law terms, a chose in action, and which under tha common law of England could not be assigned to a stranger, or in other words, to a party outside of contract, for said learned Judge Coke: "If claims and debts could be assigned, pretended titles might be granted to great men whereby right might be trodden down and the weak oppressed, which the Com mon Law forbiddeth." The first class of commercial paper which broke down this rule were inland bills of exchange, and the next in novation was in favor of promissory notes when the usage of custom per mitted them to be drawn, not pay able solely to the person therein named, but to his order, and an English statute enacted during the reign of Queen Anne set (Joke's contention at rest by providing as follows: "That all notes in writing th...

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

THE PIILLIU PP. BATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1896. DEATH WARRANT READ. On Monday afternoon last Judge Piper formally sentenced and set the time for th*execution of Frank Smith for the murder of Eramett Fox, for Friday, May Ist. between the hours of nine a. in< and three p. in. There were only a few spec tators present, at the appointed time, but they were all deeply af fected by" the solemnity of the oc casion. ' The prisoner at the bar felt his position keenly and for the first time since his arrest and trial, seemed to realize his position. The death warrant was read by Cleik Grierson in a faltering voice, and ut its conclusion the prisoner was remanded to the keeping of Sheriff Campbell. The death watch has been set. and unless some unforseen circumstance intervenes, the exe cution will take place in accordance with the letter of the law, and should it so transpire, we believe, will be the first legal hanging ever recorded in the territory or state. — Mosc< w Standard. FRONTIER LAW. ...

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

MARRIED A CHINAMAN. Last night "Chick" the China man went to the recorder's office and procured a marriage license for himself and one Blanche Lee, a white woman, coining here from the coast. "Chick" has been %'on the marry" for a long, long time and now" he's gone and done it. After getting the license he escorted his bride to the Rev. Lotz and they were quickly made one. This morning, however, Mrs. "Chick" packed her hand bag and boarded the train for the coast, and "Chick" isbaUrhing now. He says he's go ing to Tacoma to join his bride of a few hours. —Moscow Times. PIDGIN ENGLISH. Pidgin English,a strong mixture of Engliih, Chinese and Portuguese; is spoken by most of the natives of Hongkong, and it was not many days after my arrival before it was understood by me sufficiently to servo me for all practical purposes. [ts basis consists of turning the consonants "r" into v-i" and 'V in to üb," adding a final "ey" or lee" to most words, and above all, the constant use of the word "...

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

W. C. JONES ON SILVER AimilKSS BY Till: ATTORVKY ««W- F.H \1 AT OI.Y>U'IA. Thr United Mate* inn Coin Silver rtud Hold It nt ■ Parity "With Gold. Olympia, Wash.. March 27.— Attorney General Jones addressed a large audi ence this afternoon at the Olympia the ater on the silver question. The speech was delivered under,the auspices of the Olympia Bimetallic Club, and was re ceived with a great <ieai oi interest. Mr. Jones said: For 30 years the people of the United States have enjoyed substantial advant ages the like of which never fell to the lot of any people of the world at any former period. Never mime ivas so great ■ i number of educated and instructed citizens unit ed under one form of government and enjoying the advantages springing from the use of a common language and the possession of free institutions. They have been in the tranquil and undis puted occupation of the grandest natu ral empire upon which the sun ever shone. A land who.-.,' shores are washed by two oceans, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 April 1896

HEADS LOPPED OFF eOVBRftOK HUGHBi V VICTIM OP THB PBJBSIDENTIAIi AX. Special Treasury Apreut Beans at HoiH«» Has Been I>lHmlH«ed for Alleged <'an«e. Washington, March 3(P. —The presi dent sent to the senate the nomination of Benjamin J. Franklin of Arizona to be governor of Arizona. JOY AT PHOENIX. Phoenix, Arizona, March 30.—News of the selection of B. J. Franklin t<> be governor of Arizona, was received In this city with the greatest of en thusiasm. There is likely to be serious trouble at the governor's office this morning*. Secretary Bruce, who is an active enemy of Hughes, the retiring governor, has received a tele gram from Washington advising- him of the removal of Hughes. Upon the strength of this he proposes tomorrow to occupy the executive offices. Re lying on the tenure of the office act, Governor Hughes will refuse to suit >n der possession until his successor is confirmed by the senate. AIfAVXiTED THE (iOVKKNOH Newspaper Man at Phoenix l-oit Him Temper am...

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

"MATHEWS TELLS IT." The above \* the heading of an article that appeared in the Colfax Gazette of last weeV. Pawing by many of the untruthful statements of the article I come to the follow ing: "Mr. Mat hows said * * * the morning after the assault on Griffith, Gammon called on mo for advice. H< i said that the previous evening, etc." Many things be tween Mr. Mat hews, my attorney and counselor, appear to have parsed between us which, notwithstanding the sacred privilege of all commu nications between attorney and client, were voluntarily published by this man who calls him sell an attorney. From being my legal adviser he became my prosecutor. as he states, using my communica tion to him, my attorney, against me, and becoming prosecuting wit ness, and verifying the complaint on which I was arrested. I have not called Mr. Mat hews a chicken thief for the reason that it he is such I do not know it. ami if I wished to call him something of fensive, disgraceful, too contemp tible to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 April 1896

The Pullman Herald. Vol. VIII, No. 25. THE pjjFTIIEm ■water c;33>T3-CT2vl£»'Tl3'iT Or THE CITY OF yO"I-IdS>£.A.lT. BAfI E 33-A.XjI- XTISTJC A3OU-T TO X 332 ORGANIZED. —Owing to the shutting down of the water works plant for repairs, the city has had a water famine scare this week, but thanks to the aid of college machinists the pump was put in running order in a short time after the supply in the reser voirs had given out. The college reservoir gave out Thursday at noon, but some water still remained in the lower reservoir. The dam age to the well hai not yet been re paired, and the pump is now tak ing the overflow from it. The shutting down of the plant for a week, however, has demonstrated one important fact. The combined capacity of the reservoirs is 400,000 gallons. At the time of the shut down they contained less than 300, --000 gallons, which was sufficient to supply the city's needs for the week, making the daily consumption about 42,500 gallons. The capacity of the pum...

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

THE STORY OF WALLER i 'I UK i;\-(o\mi PCI >IAI>A<iA!*C-An (fIIUF.I.I.i \»H BKI». (;&tti«t>«i • it*- « Madman »".i >>»l>- JpcttMl to Imllflrnltlcn of M»<* Tnniattiv«- R«l»blf. LMijon. April I. -John L. Waller, for- j mcrly United States consul at Tamil-) Uyts Madagascar, rived In this city a short time ago, after his release from { th* French prison. He has been living! in retirement since his arrival, and up- i on he advice of his agents, who are for- , mutating a claim against the French j goyernment, has riot received any rep resentatives of the English press. How- ; ever, Mr. Waller, who sailed for Now j York today, made the following state- j meht to the Associated Press; 'You will remember that rama aye was bombarded by the French in De cember, 1893. .Shortly after the bom- ; bardment I wrote to my wife, who was i living up country. J merely described the event, referred to the sanitary c»n dition of the town arid the umber of French Boldlers there; ...

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

MR, CARLISLE SAYS NO pBCLINBB TO Hi: \ CANDIDATE BK KOKtf THK < o\\ KNTION. Siicci->.s |>«'|M'ii<»« Mow «»n the !>«•« l:ir iltion of I' ri K<• i |»l ••* Tbnil oil < 'n iii! l<ln (cm. Washington, April •".. Secretary Car- Jisle ha.s written the following leilti- on the subject of lii« candidacy for the presidential nomination oy the Chicago convention: "Washington, ADru i. Charles It. Loiig, chairman of ifu, democratic state central committee, Louisville. My dear gir: Your favor of March 30, in which you hu.v in substance that many of my friends in Kentucky and elsewhere ■(> - sire me to become ;■ candidate i)"i >r< the national democratic convention im nomination for the office ■>; presideni and requesting me t" give you some authoritative or definite expression upon the project, has been maturely consid ered. Many communications upon the same subject and similar Import have been received from friends in different parts of the country, and while v...

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

THE PDLUDII 881. Published at Pullman, Washington, every Saturday morning, and entered at the Pullman postoffice as second class mail matter. ALLEN BROS. - - - Publishers WiLFORD Allen, Editor. OrriSlJLt CITT 3».A.X*331«- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, in advance, - - $2.00 Six months " ... 1.00 Three " " - -5° All advertisements will be continued and charged for till ordered out. FACTS AND FIGURES. The experience of the past week has called the attention of the pub lic most forcibly to the matter of the city water works. Pullman has a most complete public water system, in which the citizens have long taken great pride, and which has been looked upon in the light of a bank account. And so it was under economic administration, and so it has ceased to be under the present rule. The conduct of the city's affairs should be. as it doubtless is, of vita! importance and interest to every taxpaying citizen, for what affects the city also affects him in ratio. The true value of any system...

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

"CONTRACTS." The following is the address of Attorney Thos. Neill, before the Commercial department of the agri cultural college: Ladies and Gentlemen: —At the earliest dawn of civilization, man's necessities created the embryotic law of contracts, and from time to time as civilization advanced and the needs of trade and commerce required, it has expanded, until to day we have an intricate and com- j plexed system of jurisprudence re lating to man's social relation to man which is beyond the power of the human mind to retain or fully comprehend. Indeed it is the foun dation of civilized society, for every transaction between man and man l when narrowed down is in law a contract. From the time when this law be came of sufficient force to be rec ognized as the rule of civil conduct, there have been certain general principles recognized as the foun dation of the law of contracts to which it is my intention to call your attention to briefly, leaving for those who may follow me the prin-...

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

THE FRUII HBP. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, IBR6. "contracts" continued. his time. All contracts made under duresp.m- through fraud or mistake, are either void or voidable, that is to say the party injured may at his option either abide by the contract or avoid it. Duress exists when one by the unlawful act of another is induced to make a contract or perform some act under circumstances which de prive him of the exercise of his free will and it may be of his person or his property. Duress of the person j is either by imprisonment or by threats or by an exhibition of force, which apparently cannot be re sisted. The imprisonment may be con- finement in a house or on the street or in a jail, but must be unlawful md against the will of the person ■onfined either without just cause. >r for just cause but without legal luthority, or for just cause and i ,vith legal authority, but for a nalicious or improper purpose. A ! hreat to amount to duress must be igainst the life or limb or irropar- ' ib...

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

VRRESTED FOR AX OLD A CRIME. An old charge of crime, and one that will probably be made highly interesting when it conies to trial, w as renewed March 30, on com plaint of Solomon Walters of Far inington, charging Chas. W. Wal ters with burglary and larceny. The crime is alleged to have been committed in July, 1894, and at that time the case was up for hear ing before the then justice of the peace, John F. Dillon, but the mat ter was dropped because it was be ljpved not sufficient evidence could be secured to insure conviction. Since that time, however, new j proof has been found, and the com plaint was renewed as above stated, j The defendant was arraigned be fore Justice I. B. Doolittle Monthly j and his preliminary hearing set for ! April <). In default of furnishing a $500 bond he was committed to i jail.—Commoner. j AN INSANE MAN. Saturday night a man giving the name of George Mountn, was taken up at Belmont, near Oakesdale ;> --insane, says the Colfax Gazette. He was kep...

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

IDAHO INVITES THEM Un i.<(iMtti:N( i: \iii\i: WOHK TO ltltl\(. IMMKJKAM'M WWIHT. Onl] One Infiilt*nl Marred the Pro- I'n'iiinu. Hit- Withdrawal <>• IVnaliinirton'M d«-i«-u»i i<-. Boise, Idaho, April i. The tdaho Im migration congrese adjourned todaj af ',-i ,i three dayi <>■ The Idaho Immigration Association whs formed and n Is stated thai HO.UOU will be r;.is .ii at once for the work that It is pro posed i" do. The plan of the associa tion is set forth by the report of the committee on permanent organization, which was adopted, and is in par! ;is follows; Thai this convention is merged Into a permanent organization to !"■ known as ih>- Idaho rmmigration Association, and that each county be entitled to a representation of i\\ i members in ih>> ]i«'j'ii:an mi organization, >ne of whom shal I be a vice presiden i. Thai the officers of the association consist of a president, a vice president for each county of the state, h am re tarj and treasurer. The pre...

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