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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1889

The Herald." , THOMA3 NKIUi, Prausanj. WILL ALLEX, Associate Editor. TEBII3 01' BOBBCBlPnOH: ONE YEAH $2.00 SIX HONl'Hd ONLY 1.00 ADVERTISING BATES Art) liberal, and mads known on application in pei>oa or by mail. Legal No ie at Iho legal rates. Giro us a trial. Entered at tho Poet OSico for lima a in the Mails at Second-Class Kales. THE LITTLE CONFEDERATE. The Heroic Charge and Death or a 15- j Year-Old SoUier. When Confederates came swarming across the Crew farm to meet us on Jlalvcm Hill, wo knew they were i coming to death and defeat. We had , been driven back from the Chicka hominy, step by step and day by day, fighting fierce battles at every rally- | ing point, but this was the end. Mai- I vern Hill, crowded with troops and j bristling with cannon, was impregna- ! ble. I was posted on the point looking i toward the Crew house in the dry j bed of a creek. It was a capital rifle j pit, and we were packed in there so | thick that we scarcely had elbow | room. As the legions h...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1889

Ol'R SEIUHiIOKS. A Column of Interesting Items Culled froiii KdgMtorlag Tapers. Moscow. From Star, 29th nit. Hon. W. J. McConnoll has returned from Boiso City. The room for the new pofitoffice is be ing nicely fixed up and will soon be ready for occupancy. Work on the university foundation is progressing rapidly and substantially. .). W. Blacker returned Saturday even ing from Fidalgo Island, where he went with the intention of locating, but has returned content id to remain in Mos cow for a while yet. The band is a suro thing. A number of our musical young men met and or ganized the "Moscowband"' on Monday night. That's right, boys, give ussome music; next to the press a good band does more to enliven a place than any thing else that we know of. We hear old miners say that next year will be a good one to prospect tho moun tains for quartz, ns tho tires this sum mer have burned away the underbrush bo wo hope to see some good from what vrc a!l considered v great detriment to the coun...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1889

-$tfcf&e*»lil. THOF. SKILL* Publisher. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON. "THK LUST OF THE EYE.*' Lord Euaton and How He Has Soil- Ed His Reputation Though Kditor I'arke was unsuccessful in clearing himself ol the charge of libel brought against him by Lord Kuston, the admission made by that nobleman of huv inn visited the house in Cleveland si. and paid a sovereign lor the privilege of witness ing an undecent performance, us ho lieliev- M, are not regarded as in any decree end itable to the gentleman, aud ure by iniiiiv considered to I* suf ficient to very mjch lighten the gravity of the editor's offense. It is proven by his own testimony, that, il his own lordship did not participate in the infamous prac tices alleged, lie wow aware of their exist ence and paid a voluntary visit to the place of their happening, in expectation of witnessing a performance a little lees iude cent; failing to Bee which, ho became highly indignant. The magnificent display of in corruptibility .undo by the nobl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1889

MY MOTHER'S HYMN. My Mother's Hymn! I hear it now, As through the trees above her home, The night wind whispering soft and low. Like angel music seems to come, And watt upon my ravished ear— In strains as from the harps of gold, And seraph voices sweet and clear The hymn she sung so oft of old. How many times my hands have pressed For her the throbbing organ keys To that dear tune she loved the best, Sweetest of sacred melodies. And as I struck "Ward's" well-loved chords, A fur-oft look came to her eyes, Hrr sweet voice trembling through the word*: "How blest the righteous when he dies." How blest the righteous, oh I how blest, When freed from earthly toil and pain, The spirit leaves the expiring breast, With Christ forever more to reign. " So fades a summer el*>ti'l nway, So .-inks the gale trued slorms are o'er;" So sped her soul, at close of day, To loved ones on the other shore. Anil when we laid her form away, No more tn greet our mortal eyes. We suutf to "Ward" above her cl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1889

W. WHITE, Architect and Superintendent MOSCOW, LATAU CO., IDAHO. IttM ruiil Bpeolfiaitiona ruraishod on «!ir>rt n:>!i?e «ad on reasoaahla turn:*. i orre«mon<i ?u ■(• Kolicit«i. OS -c in Baker's Block. 25 I■ _ - Moses! Bull, Attorney at - Law — AND— Business Collector. Will iu-41-tictt Iv the Co&rta of \Vti«>hiiigton nail Idaho. Special attention given to inatterß in Probate nad Insolvency. :rX::t- In P. O. Building, Ukiu-st. PulJm:ai. TAYLOR, LA.UDSR & C!O., SiAKUFACTCnSRS OF BRICK and LIME, Contractors and Builders. All work guaranteed TOLLMAN - & - MOSCOW. THE UNION OP SAN FRANCISCO. Cas!i Assets, - - $1,250,000. L033E3 PAID—I'IVE MILLION DOlX&fia. ; ' The Fu-orite Coaet Company. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman. ] E. W. DOWNEN & CO., Nrtgotintors of FARM LOANS! Real Estate Bought and Sold. ]'.<■:■< on hand >: nnmbor of choloe bargains in FAKMING LANDS convenient to Pallmon, on I :ma to rait purehara«m. W It yon want a Form, don't makoadoal mtU...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1889

VOL. 2. NO. 7. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning nt Pull man, Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisement* will be continued and charged for until ordered not. SATURDAY,.. .DECEMBER 11. 1889, Union I'ncljlc Itailxeay. Facific Div. EAST-801 HO: bpm s:2Spui Frotyhl and Accommodation 11.15 a m V. -In SI): Kxprc-BB 9:55 p m Freight and Accommodation 1.85 i' m A. U. CHANDLER, Agent. Northern Vaiifle Hull rood. ilo>N<; nobth: I'iu<-i4'j<»r 6.16 a m Fruiyht and Accommodation 9.02 a m ooiso booth: TnnscnKcr 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.30 p » E. F. CBAWFOBD, Agent. V OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHI BCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Services on r. oond and fourth Sabbaths ..f each month ai 11 a. m. :;i»l Bp. Di. Sunday ■school each Shli bath hi 10 h. m. Prayer-meeting every Wed oeeday evening at 8. Young People's meeting every Monday evening el 8. Communion ser vica second Sabbath in January, March, May, July, September and November. K. <.'. W. Him., pastor. METHODIS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1889

Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - -Publisher WILL ALLEN. - - - Associate Editor 1 ! j MARITAL INFELICITY. Bad Cooking One of the Mont ProlM* I y Sources of Domestic Quarrels. i "The very light manner in which . American girls and women toss off the off-quoted Meredithism that "civilized 1 man can not live without cooks' is only another Instance of the national lack of reverence for really serious things," : quothed a lady of broad culture and large l experience, who was one of a group of feminine summer boarders at a well- j > known mountain resort. Some of the : younger members of the group are in- | ■ clined to treat the subject jokingly and • to shrug their pretty shoulders over the ; idea of them being any thing serious in bo material a question, but their elderly friend would have none of their flip- ; pancy. i "I assure you, girls, it Is my firm con- I fiction that more divorces are to be i traced to the fact that American women , know nothing about cooking than to any I other on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1889

A MODERN MIRACLE. What RIP Van Winkle Really Did Find When He Woke From His Sleep. Whra the modern Rip Van Winkle awoKofrom his long slumber in the ravine just back of the big Catskill hotel and found that his beard had grown three or four feet and his gun fell apart when be touched it, he utter ed no exclamation of surprise, but started peacefully off in quest of a zocktail. ••Well," he remarked, as he lifted his beard in order to cross a small stream, "this air is really more bracing than the advertisements led me to be lieve, and as for that cheap parlor rifle it's a wonder there's anything; left of it at all." The guests on the long piaza stared Ht him as if he were a wild beast, and ho looked vainly among them for the fiuniliar faces of his friends of the day before. ••I see they've all gone," he murmur ed, "and to tell the truth I'm not sur prised. 1 can't see how any man short of a Croesus can afford to stop more than a minute in this house. Why, even in the bowling-alley whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1889

The Herald. THOMAS MILL. Prßiisiiea. WILL ALl.i;\. Associate Editor. TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION: . ONE YEAR $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY .OO ADVERTISING KATES ' Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates. Give ns a trial. Entered at the Vost Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class llates. DECEPTION. The year fades, as the west wind sighs And droops in many colored ways. But your soft presence never dies From out the pathway of my days. The spring Is where you are; but still You. far away, to Rio can bring /tweet (lowers and dreams enough to fill A thousand empty worlds with spring. 1 walk tho wet and leafless woods. Your spirit ever floats before, 4ud lights its russet solitudes With blossoms summer never wore. I sit beside my lonely (ire. The shadows almost bring your face. Anil light with memory and desire My dull an.l somber dwelling place. Among my books I feel your hand That turns the page just past my sight; Sometime:* be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1889

OUt XEHiHHORS. A Column of Interesting Items Called from .Neighboring Papers. Palonse City. From News, sth inst. The vault of the Security State Bank has been completed and tne institution will open in its new quarters within a few days The machinery for sinking the artesian well arrived on Monday, and the work of drilling will be pushed forward as rapid ly as possible. At last the reservoir is water tight. This fact is a subject for general rejoic ing. The contractors and village trustees should be especially jubilant. A meeting of young men will be held on Saturday evening in Hoskins' hall for the purpose of organizing a debating club. The passenger train going north ran off the track about two miles from town on Tuesday morning. No one was injur ed, but some of the passengers were badly shaken up. The accident was caused by spreading of the rsils Moscow. From Star, 6th inst. W. V. Windus was over from Pullman Tuesday. The sidewalk on west side of south Main street is now complete...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1889

$fee jteralfl, THOB. NEILL. Publisher. PULLMAN, . WASHINGTON. SUMMARY OF NEWS. FROM WASHINGTON. W. C. Jones, attorney general of Wash ington, has gone to Washington, I). C. On the l.'.th be will appear before the land commissioners in the hearing an to the validity ol title held under the Valentine scrip, a test case involving title to lands worth many millions of dollars, on Puget sound. Capt. Winfield Schley was at the navy department en the :SOth alt., and had a conference with secretary Tracy and Com modore Ramsey in regard to putting the United States snip Baltimore in commis sion. Orders putting the Baltimore in commission, Capt. Ramsey learned, would be issued in a short time by the navy de partment. Secretary Windoui has transmitted to congress the estimated for appropriations required for the fiscal year ending June 30, ISUI. He estimates that $341,428,1177 will be needed. The estimates for 1890 were $32:1,407,480. The appropriations lor the present fiscal year were $323,49...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1889

ffcAVELER'S NIGHT AT HOME. ■r»y t»Uient draws her curtain adown the win dowed west, ! gioh object, st ulow-mantled, half seen Is, bait , Is guessed; | be it»« o'erbead show dimly, as newly waked : from sleep, ! And drowsily regretful of the vigil they must | keep; I Bounds have a sharp distinctness. sun-hours never know. And 1 leetn upon the senses to riper fullness grow, A«, trembling up the valley, the ear discerneth ! plain fh« richly solemn rumble of the swilt ap proaching train. the overcrowded pavement, 'neath tU' white electric glare, I Presents the old-time picture—Joy jostled oy I Despair; i But when the suburbs nestle beyond the city : gates, * The people quiet gather about their cheerful rates In neat and co7y parlors that breathe such rest ful air As no spot else can offer, bo not contentment there. AH I ro»~une-favored mortals, wuii never cause j to roam, May never know how fondly the traveler loves his home. Beheld the housewife tripping with anxious, thoughtful haste....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1889

W. WHITE. Architect and Superintendent MOSCOW, IAT.VII CO., IDAHO. Plans and B(Kvi!i<v.t:o:m furnished on short notice nml on reasonable terms. Ccneapomd v.co solicited. OSice in Baker's Mock. 25 Moses! Bull, Attorney at Law —AND— Business Collector. Will practioo in tl»> Conrts of Washington urn! Idaho. Special attention given to mutters in Probate and Insolvency. Office In P. O. Building, Muin-st. .-Pullman/ • TAYLOR, LAUDEK &/CO., / MAttUF.VCTUIIKItS ot / BRICK and LiiVJE, f Contractors and Builders. \ All work guaranteed \ PULLMAN - ft - MOSCOW. THE UNION ffiimi-i-aiicjc Co. OP SAN FRANCISCO. ■ MM — f Cash Assets, - - 81,250,000. : LOSSES PAID—FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. TII9 Favorite Coast Company. , W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman. ] ,^_^_^^ v^^ i E. W. DOWNEN & CO., Negotiators of i FARM LOANS! Real Estate Bought and Sold. Have on hand a number of choice bargain* in FARMINU LANDS convenient to Pullman, on terms to suit purchasers. t^* If Ton want a Farm, don't make a dea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1889

VOL. 2. NO. 8. The Mereild. . ■ ;■.. Published every Kutnrday morning at .Pnl! .•»Rn. Whitman county, Wilmington . ".■.'."■'■- * ■-. ■ ■ ■ * . 't All Advertisement* will be co^ijnned and diarped Kir until ordered" Pit — — SATURDAY,. . .DECEMBER 21, 1889, Union I'tirijlc Hallway. r.-ti-iiic l>iv. kast-bockb: Express .:...... 5:28 p m Freight nnd Accommodation 11.15 a m we^t-bousd: ExpreM 9:85 p m lrYoiglit and Accommodation 1.85 p m A. It. OHANDLKB. Acent. Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING HOSTS: VaxMttgcr 6.5 a m FtoiflUt mid Accommodation 9.o'i a m GOING SOUTH: rinmngar 7.05 p m Freight "ad Accommodation 3.'20 i> m 1.. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. " churches! CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— on second and fourth Sabbat<& of each month nt 11 a. i;i. and Bp. m. Snndav-school each Sab bath nt 10 a. m. Prayer-meeting every Wed nesday evening at 8. Young People'^ meeting every Monday evening at 8. Coiumnnion Ber riceteoopd Sabbath in January. March, May, Jnly, September an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1889

T*iillmim IleraM. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor AMERICAN FABLES. If You Read Them Carefully, They Maj Ho of Practical Benefit. THE FISHERMAN AND THE SUCKEK. A Fisherman was making loud and bitter complaints as he reeled up hia Line after an all day's Fish, when ■ Sucker arose; to the surface of tha Water and Inquired: "Prithee, man. but why this Lamenta tion? ' "It is Because of my ill-luck. I have not caught a single Fish." "Ah. yes; but that is the very Reason why we are now Rejoicing. Your Luck must have been our Loss." Moral.—When lawyers are without clients a community may congratulate itself. THE IH RGLAR AND THE JUDOS. A Burglar who had been arrested while in tho Act of breaking into a Bank plead guilty to the charge when arraigned in Court, but claimed exten uating circumstances. "What Possible Excuse can you Pre sent to mitigate this Offense? ' asked the court. •■My Lord, had I succeeded in getting my hands on the cash it would havo re m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1889

ROMANCE OF THE WAR. Mrs. Geii. P,ck itt Tells How She Joined the 81113 and tlie Gray. An Exile in Canada, and a Pathetic Struggle for Bread—A School-Mann's Test in Latin, and How It Secured a Place. In the United States pension oflice there is a lady employe—a tnt-cUua clerk—whose history is not only excep tionally interesting^, but in a sense nationally so— for to her belongs th<> honor of bringing about the union of the blue and the gray who survived [be late war of the rebellion. The first Interest attaches to her <is the widow of the late confederate general, George Ptckett. whose bravery and manliness both sides concede. All mankind—and we grant at once that they only are judges of what con stitute womanly beauty —consider Mrs. Picket! a beautiful woman. She is übove medium height, and she is still in her early forties. Bad as charming. iis wheu she became a bride at fifteen, ■rid that additional grace of manner which comes only with maturity and experience. On a recen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1889

The Herald. THOMAS NKILL, Ptjmjsheb. WILL ALLEN, Associate Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE TEAR 52.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 : * ADVERTISING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application in j person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rate*. Give us a trial. Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in ' the Mails at Second-* "lavs Rates. FOR THE FUTURfc. Turn. turn from the cave's dark hollow! look op to the li'!il and see, rbou£h thine eyes be dazed Id the glory, the man thai is yet tv be! Time's Kings ere at pair* beside him, and calm Is his heart's strong bout, Knd the dust '<' these old dominions Is flowerful round his feet. Exult, we have won th? midway, sod the light has scared the gloom. ml we s.'iiilt- at the old gad sentence, we are freed from the endless doom. Not heirs of a forfeit Godhead, degenerate, wan inn away tut climbing, and all too slowly, from darkness into day There Is a light In my eyes of dawning, of a fair world wwary of sleep— I see the new peo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1889

OUR NEIGHBORS. A Column of lute resting Items Cnlled from Neighboring Papers. COLFAX. From Qaaette, lsih icst. The Grand Central hotel is undergo ing repairs. While practicing on n horizontal bar the other day. Charlie Bramwell had the BkHtoftwneto fall and dislocate his right wrist. It is reported that sundry creditors mourn the departure from Colfax of one Frank Clutts, who has hied hinißelf to pastures new. The party of Northern Pacifle survey ors under Major Truax, surveying this way from Oakesilale. were on Dry creek at last accounts, headed for Snake river, via Colfax. The tower on Fraternity block, under construction this week, reaches skyward ninety-four feet. Standing on the top of the tower, a person looks down upon every other building in town situated on the level. C. B. Hopkins has effected a sale of his telephone system, including the ex enhnges at Colfax and Walla Walla, to W. S. Norman, of Spokane Falls, for a consideration of 840.000. The papers have been made out a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1889

fixe He*atA. THOS. NEILL, Publisher. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON. SUMMARY OF NEWS. FROM WASHINGTON. The supreme court of tbe I'nital Status has renderec, through Justice I.amar, an opinion in the case ol the Hastings A Da kota Railroad company against Julia I). Whitney, involving the construction of the land laws as applied to certain lands witbin tbe railroad land grants, the decis ion being adverse to the railroad company. The Grand Army ol tbe Republic will be invited by Supt. Porter to co-operate with the census enumerators in making as com plete as possible tbe list of the cunies of surviving veterans of the late war. These enumerators in addition to their other duties are required to secure the names of all veterans, name of regiment in which each served, length ol service, disability it any, etc. The perslon rolls, and rolls ot (iranil Army posts will be used to insure accuracy. THE CRIMINAL UKCOKI). Bridget Byrne, a lady 70 years old living alone in Cincinnati, Ohio, was r»cently ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1889

UNDLR THE STARS. fit mldn gin hour is here, and silence »._ * Em. fol ;ed wings o'er all the sleep ng w£m 1 n,e whippo'wU w.thin the sedgr fen* rlUi fished his querulous .ong. and the dm cairn and voiceless In the darksome wood Spelled by sleepless care I walk abroad Woo* fM°U£ flow™'" meadOWß- Where l"° breath pen.l forth sweet Incense to the stooping hill. Whose shadows hold the vale in loved » brace. ™ em Boftly freeze comes from the grove. afar ' nd OBp 'rom the aea<l* •.*«££«■ p.-urs them away in silence to the stars. Whilst earth s ts weeping lears of pearly de. For the dear loss, but speaks no evil word a»l of the moonless skies the luminous stars. f,rel "S in wondrous harmony and grace •X un.l the great central throne of maiestv •'""".nd Z-eT et W °rdß ° «*"«* •»'1 *"«• p,.»oe in the perfect motion of the sphere., (•rath in the light that streams upon the world. M d love .. ihe dread power that holds them C°%l n t iU Ul9lr WBy throu«n the bin* I bow my head in silence as ...

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