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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1889

W. WHISK, Arciiitect and Superintendent MOSCOW, LATAM CO., IDAHO, • Thin* ted Specifications famished on short . notice mid on reasonable terms. Corruspond- Mtt (solicited. Oißcc in Baker's Clock. '25 Moses Bull, Attorney at Law —AND— Business Collector. Will practice in the Courts of Washington nnd Idaho. „ Special Rttention given to mutters in Probate Anil Insolvency. Office In P. O. Ruildine, Main-st. rnJlrrmn. . TAYLOR, LAUDER & CO., MAHDFACTUBRIIS^'f BRICK and LIME. Contractors and Builders. All work guaranteed PULLMAN , & - MOSCOW. THE UNION Xi!Js*iii*since Co. Or" BAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets, - • $1,250,000. LOSSES PAID—FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. Tho Favorite Const Company. W. V. WDTDUS, Agent, Pullman. E. W. DOWNEN ft CO., Negotiators of FARM LOANS! Real Estate Bought and Sold. % ill Have on hand a number of choice l>crj<!ans ■• FARMING LANDS convenient to Pullman, dn _ term* to suit pnrcliasere. \ 13?" If yon want a Farm, don't make a deal . nntil yon have, examined...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1889

VOL. 2. NO. 9. The Herald. PubliMwd eTery Saturday morning at roll man, Whitman county, Washington . A.ll Advertiaemonta will be continncd and charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY,.. .DECEMBER 28, 1889, t «- Union Pacific lUiUway. Facific Div. bast-bound: Exproe* 5:50 am Freight and Accommodation 12:28 a m west-bound: Exprea. Jin 801" Freight and Accommodation raw p m A. U. CHAHDLBB, Agent. Northern Pacific llatlroad. GOINO XOBTH: liavtl^>[ C.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m OOISO BOCTH: P«***K<* ™;'; m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p m E. F. CIUWFOKD, Agent. _^^«^_—^———— —— OFFICIAL DIKKCTOIIY. _____ ____^_— ■ OHCRCIiES. — ■ — CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— on secoiid and fourth SaMmths of each month at 11 a. m. and Bp. m. Snndiiv-fchool each Bab bath at 10 v. m. Prayer-meet Ing every Wad nosdny evening at 8. Young People's mwtiljy every Monday evening nt 8. Commnnion seV Ticc second Subbr.ih in January, March, May, July, September and November. E. C. \V. Hill, pastor. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1889

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor THE FARMER'S BOY. : Oh toll me not of oity beaux. Who strut about with dyed mustache! , Who owe the tailor for the ololhes In which they cut their extra dashes. The city fop I ne'er will choose To tread with me the path of life, sir. And should he woo, I'd e'er refuse; I'd loom to be a dandy's wife, sir. The fanner boy with ruddy face. ' Whose hand is brown with toil and tan, ill. Whose brow is wet with honest sweat. Is my ideal of a man, sir. He knows his place, and feels discruc* Is not attached to honest labor. He it a blessing to his race, A goodly man, a kindly neighbor. Ne'er sing to me of city boys Who walk tlie streets so very grandly. Polite whene'er they meet the rich. And bo-.v and smile so very blandiy. Tne lowly poor they never see, Ami tiei-ily one whenever meeting They rol<:lv pass, 'tis not trenteel To have a heart with kindness beating, Then oh he farmer's boy for me! He holds comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1889

STRANGE AND BLOODY FIGHT. Bull and Alligator Meet In a Desperate and Patal Battle. Mr. .Foe Wilkorson, living near the Trinity River, came to town Thursday and reported having just witnessed a remarkable light between a hull and mi Uigator, which occurred below bis place in tlie river swamps, says the Kemp (Texas) Her.ild. He says while the bull was nipping cane and keeping cool a huge alligator made a dash at his nose, but missed a hold. The buli made light and prodded the alligator with his horns. Then commenced a fierce and bloody encounter in the shallow water that beggars descrip tion. The 'gator struck him with his tail and snapped furiously with his huge jaws, tearing the skin and flesh in big strips from the bull. The. bull got his horn into the alligator's side, ami, lifting his huge carcass, to.ss.'d him high :>nd dry on the ground, and following up with a deep bellow rush e I again upon his foe. The alligator met him with a terrible blow of the tail, knocking otf one h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1889

Tlie Herald. THOMAS NKILL, Pceusheb. WILL ALLEN, Associate Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONHYEAR $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY .".'.'..'.... 1.00 ADVERTISING KATES Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legnl Notices at the legal rates, (live as a trial. Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in : ' the Mails at Second-Class Rates. TREATMENT OF WATCHES. An Export TrlU 11..%» nine-Piece* Can Be Kept In Perfect Order* Having obtained a really serviceable article you should, in order to pro duce satisfactory results, follow out these rules: Wind up your watch every day at the same hour. This Is generally done at the hour we retire to rest, or, perhaps, bettor still, at the hour we rise. Avoid putting a watch on a marble slab or near any thing ex cessively cold. Tho sudden transition from heat to cold contracting the metal may sometimes cause the mainspring to break. Indeed, the cold coagulates the oil, and tho wheel works and piv ots working less freely affect t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1889

OUR N'KHniHOKS. Interesting Items Culled from Neigh boring Papers. COLFAX. From Gazette, 20th inst. The iron work for the new iron bridge across Cooper lake has not yet arrived. Mrs. J. C. Turner left Saturday for Olympia, to visit her husband. Mayor Hopkins has been confined to his home with illness this week. W. E. Spaulding and M. W. Drink water, of Pullman were in the city during the week, assisting in the organization of the I. O. O. F. encampment. Prom Commoner, 20th inst. While a hand-car, manned by a num ber of Chinamen, wero passing along on the track on the west bank of the river, in Colfax, Monday afternoon, one of the crew fell off, the wheels passing over one of his limbs, inflicting a tminful bruise. A little opium and water restored him to the consciousness that he was not as near dead as he thought he was. On Tuesday evening, at about nine o'clock, the stove in the Baldwin House parlors fell down and turned completely over, spilling its burning contents out upon the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1889

*$** Herald. THOB. NEILL, Publisher. PI'LLMAN, - WASHINGTON. SUMMARY OF NEWS. PROM WASHINGTON. Cyrus J. Fry lias been confirmed by the senate as marshal of South Dakota. The senate has confirmed Charlt-s Wil liams, of Watertowr, as register of the land ottic >. The Samoan treaty negotiated at Ber lin last spring has not yet been transmitt ed to the senate. Congressman Snyder, of Minnesota has introduced in thehouse a bill providing for the appropriation of $1,500,0(10 for a postofHe at St. Paul. The president ba.i sent to the the names of postmasters nominated during recess for the cities of Madison, Bed field, Clark, Watertown and Boot land, In Booth Dakota. Mr. Mutsu, the .Ittptineso minister, owing to ill-bealth has been granted a leave of absence by his government and will leave for home in a few days. A report sent to thehuii je by tho war de partment asks for an appropriation of $4.h'.t5 for further protection olMinnesota Point, Wis., from encroachment ty the lake. The sena...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1889

DIFFERENCE OF OPInJon~ Why It Should Never be Made th« Cause of a Ouarrel. When you think on the subject it seems truly remarkable that it has,ak,, the world so long to arrive at the con elusion that there is such ■ a 'thing as honest difference of Opinion In early aps-indeed, down to a very recent period-and among all barbarian/ there was ; no such thing as -'agreeing to disagree. It seems to have been taken as an indisputable fact that if your neighbor did any thing in a way which seemed to you absurd or unreasonable he must have done it to annoy -you and the proper thing to-do was to have a fight over it. And as the neighbor had the same hearty contempt of your C us toms, be was nothing loth to engage in combat. ° l he Romans had no words to express their eontompi for the Greeks because they curled their hair and indulged In the luxury of baths; although the Ro mans in turn surpassed the Creeks in these very practices. The Persians, sunk in superstition detested the Egyptians for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1889

W. WHITK. . Areiiitect aM^perlntendent MOSCOW, LATAH CO., IDAHO. Plaati and BpecifK»lliona tarnished on short / ao(io« and oa reasonable terms. Correspond ence solicited. OSico in linker's Block. 25 Moses Bull, Attorney at Lav* ■W — AND— "Business Collector. Will finctiae ia the Conrts of Washington end Idaho. Bp««UI ktts&tion siren (o mataan in Probate ? and Insolvency. OOm la P. O. Duildine, Main ft Pullman. TAYLOB, LAUDEIt & CX)., _ ♦ * '„ nAirc»AoTcmrßß of •BRSCKand LIME, ■ ■ extractors and Builders. All work guaranteed PULLMAK & . MOSCOW. THE UNiON Xnis;*ii*&iiee <Do. OF BAM FBANCISCO. Cash Assets, - - $1,250,(X>0. LOSSES PAID— MILLION DOLLAIIS. The Fsvoilto Coast Company. W. V. WIHDUB, Agent, Pullman. E. W. DOWNEN i CO., Nojfstialorß of IAEI LOANS! Real Estate Bought ?* : am! Sold. r ,>. , - Have on hand a canibor of oholoe bargaima to '.IFABMINU LANDS convenient to Pullman, oa ' Uriu« to suit {itircl^ser. . t3T~ It you want a Farm, don't make ■ deal "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 11. The Herald l>Eb!i»h«l '.'TiTT Satr.niay ranrning at Pcll bi.ib. Whitman Bounty, Washington . ■ * ■ - All AdTertiscuienta will bo continued cr.d cliar.f;(-"J for iik.i ordoretl out. i SATURDAY JANUARY 11, lEOO, ! .= ! ' Union Pacific Railway. ' Pacific DiT. east-bouhd: Eipr»«» ; s:soam freight and Accommodation 12^3 gin ' WE3T-BOrN0: n r res. 7:oßam I'reitft'i a;.'. Accoianio<lation O-.SU j> in ; A. R. CHANDLEB, Ageut. : Xort:>ern Pacific Railroad, (K-.isa soutu: **>*?<;<- -. Ho 8™ ! Tiiic^4 tiJ Aocommoaation.... J->-* am ooi:,a touTB: Ftc-c^-pr 7.05 ti m Froifli: tad Accorjnjodr.tion B.SO i> m E. P. CBAWFOBD, Agent. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHUECHEB. COSGREOATIONATi CHlTßCll.—Service* on «?rocil sad fourth Babbalha oi ontli month at lie. o.ud Bp. m. SnnJiy-p>-hool each Bab bath at 10 B. m. Prayewnoeting ovorv- Wed n9sdaT pTcuing ot 8. Young Peoplo'B meet u-13 every Uod'Jhv orenine at 8. * 'on- nuaion ser- TlMaeoond Babbath in January. Hareh, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1890

Pullin.'i" Herald. B-HOMAS NEILL, - - - -Publisher IwiLL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor !v? Grand Chance for a V. latHe Genius Who i .ml!, to Become Famous. 1 f Among other things that amuse the p>wandiTer when he sets forth to po up I ->nddown the earth to seek whom he may |&ecture to Is the pleasant occupation of i; looking over his list and seeing how he Hs going to get there. He is impressed I with the fact that, however much in- Hventivo genius the American people maj ti p.»srvs in other lines, they are a poverty f-jstrickon race when It comes to names. fc-hVest of the Rockies the people have a j- Comparatively easy time of It naming V' town* and places. They have retained * Jquite a number of names, euphonious, ,\\ Appropriate and suggestive, invented [fjfor this learned and civilized and com 1* -jparatively enlightened people by tribes Bof savages who could neither read nor ■Write, but had ■ native genius for call- Ting things by their proper names. And r (when the I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1890

If EXECUTION. 1 was walking homo from ray office some lime aß<\ revolting Mow I should meet ray payments, when 1 was solicit ed for charity by a respectably dressed woman, who st ted that she had ar rived from Cork a few days ago her husband having sent the money to pay her passage to New York. Upon her arrival she found that he had been killed by a drunken rowdy, and as she was penniless she asked me for a trifle to tret a night's lodging. Having been imposed upon the previ ous day by a tale of the same kind, I passed on without heeding her piteous appeal. 1 had walked but a few paces when a feeling of regret came over me for my harshness, and 1 turned round to re lieve her distress, but she had gone. 1 stood musing, undetermined what to do. I felt 1 had acted with inhumani ty: but it was so unlike my usual con duct that 1 consoled myself with the reflection that I always had been the friend of the outcast, and that very likely the woman was not in actual want- this the respecta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1890

The Herald: MOM s NKIM>. I'D ; no r. It i.' /. I /.i./.'.v, Ajtaociate Editor. Tl KM i OF BOBBCBU 1 OXKYKv;: $2-OO S.X MONTHS ONLX — 1-GO AD',i;!;;i BATES Are Lib si, and made known on application in jicwon it by ir-uU. liPgal Notice nt Ilia lcgnl ran*. BJt« hi a Hal. _____ j :,,,.;,,; at the Port Office for Transmission in 1!," Mail* .it Second-Clam Eat< '■ "AM(!N<i"TiiircTLu vrEiisr Grand and Remarkable Tracoa or Naturo's Pow.jrlul Eugiuery. ' At the American Institute of Instruction atXownort, K. 1, a lecture was given by lion James W. Patterson, State Superin tendent of Public Instruction of New Hamp shire, upon '-A Trip Among the Glaciers." Mr Patterson said: If we go forth into our Acids and pastures, lie began, wo see rocks and bowlders scat tered promiscuously and in countless num bers, which have been transported from -i., , original beds by some Riant forcj which dominated the world in a primitive j age, but unknown since the historic period, j I fin our northern ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1890

DUB NEIGHBORS. Interesting Items railed from Neigh boring Papers. PALOUSE CITY. From New*, 2nd inst. The public schools began again Mon day. The catholic school is in a flourishing condition. The Fir>t National bank opened for business to day. The skating rink i.s again in operation and seems to be well patronized. The board of trustees are talking of pumping w;:N i into the resevoir from the artesian well instead of tht> river. > Harry Robertson was arrested yester day, by Constable Galliaon, on a charge of having Stolen a revolver from M. T. Merrill. The prisoner is a lad of about nineteen years old. He is suspected of having eommited several petty thefts. UNIONTOWN. From Journal, Bid inst. There is a decided increase in the amount of mail received here over one year ago. . Mr. M. Scuullh sold one day this week {o Mr. .Simpson, 13 head of 15 month's old steers that averaged over 800 each. Conard Weber says all the boys that left here some time ago to shoot deer in the mou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1890

*£\xc ijtcvatil* 1 HOP. NEILL, Publisher. PULLMAN, • WASHINGTON. SUMMARY OF NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. Secretary Windom hue telegraphed in structions to the various sub-treasurer* to pay upon presentation, checks for in torent of the four per cent loan due Jan vary 1 and on the Pacific railway bonds amounting so nea.ly $8,000,000. Benj. A. Jones, paymaster's clerk in the United Btates Marine corps department, is missing from Washington, D. C. His hat L«a been found floatinc in the river and a letter written by him to his wife stated • bat he was about to commit su cide. Jones accounts are being investigated and a shortage of $200 has already been dis covered. Insurance Commissioner Merrill o Washington, D. C, has written an open letter to President W. H. Beers, of the New York Life Insurance company, one of the three largest life insurance companies in the world, pointing out what he calls unlawful ■ oiis of said company. He chain* '0 company with issuing a mis lea " . policy, and making...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1890

p^_—. — '■' Hot* Paper* As* Head. "It is peculiar how personal charao gristles manifest themselves," said an flderlv ■ gentleman in lite elevated cars L his equally elderly companion, "ami perhaps not the least noticeable is the way different people read news papers, especially in public convey .nets Everybody has his own pet i- ay Take the way iliey hold them. Did it ever strike you in bow many different ways thiscan be and is done? " This peculiarity had never struck . bis friend, so the elderly gentleman who wore a shining silk hat a pair of cold rimmed Bjwtacles and a white lawn lie, continued his aphorisms. ••Just look across at those men on the r "other side. So two are reading their paters in the same way." The eaves jbouiier at his side also looked across, •lid the- observation was true. One D iiin bad doubled his sheet, another had made it into a quarto, still an other had folded it into three straight actions the full length of the column. "I have found," continued the ora...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 January 1890

i| . . W. Minn | I ArcMtect anil Superintendent MOSCOW, I.ATAH CO., IDAHO. H Pinna and Specifications tarnished on thert I »«ticw ttn4 on r»»*>n«ble terms. <\i-.-eer.ona- I IMNifaM. OOat in Bakara Flcrb. 25 Moses FBull, i I Attorney at Law Business Collector. Wit Wil prf 3tioo ia the, Qoarti <•' Washington and pi lJiiho. Ut fP"**l atiratiun givtHi to matters in P.-o^ate ■'; I * ami liiKolvenrr. Wk O9ia« in P. O. Bnlldinc, "i.'i '. '■' n i- TAYLOK. LA.UDEB «v CO., i HAiruriOTtjnnxs of I BRICK and LIME, I Contractors and Bnflte. All work guaranteed ' - 1 PULLMAN & - MOSCOW. V THE UNION j. liijsriii'maee Co. OF BAB FKASCIBCO. [ r«sli Assets, - - 81,360,000. 1L033E9 PAID—HIVE MILL! ' DOLLAIIS. The Kavorite C/O*Bi Company. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, PullmaiL | E. W. DOWNEN & CO., I Negotiator!- of : FARM LOANS! Real Estate Bought and Sold. Have on bant! n nnmber of choice bargaina in FARMING LANDS convenient to Pullman, on :u;uj la »nit purchaxers. |^- If too want .1 Farm, don...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 15. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pull man. Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1890, Vnton Pacific Railway. From Pnllman, daily: eabt-bocnd: No. M, Express, leaves at 12-.2S a m No. 93, Mixed, leaves at. 5:50 p m WEBT-BOCND: No. 18, Express, loaves at 7flß»m Noj9l, Mixed, leaves at 9:50 p m Main Line, No«. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Bt. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 8 and 4. "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pnllman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Hatlrotid. . GOIHO NORTH: Passenger 6.15 a ra Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a in ooiso south: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 3.20 p m E. F. CKAWFORD, Agont. OFPICIALi DIKKCTORY. CHURCHES. CONGRKUATIONAL CHURCH.--Services on seco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - -Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor a C«—lij ««><t« Mi« >io^i««Q i><«iii»r la ?fot Below Pur. The chief coin in circulation along the coast of China la the Mexican dollar and the copper cash. It takes from 1.000 to 1,500 cash to make a dollar, »nd some of the coins in use are so poor that you can break them in two between your thumb and linger. They are of the size of an old red cent, and have a square hole in the center, in order that they may be strung on a string. They are made in ■ different parts of China, and the Viceroy of Canton is now building a mint with modern American machinery, which will turn them out by the million. In the interior of China those cash and silver •nd gold in the lump form the money. The standard of weight for both is the tael, which weighs about an ounce, and the money is cast in the shape of a lady's shoe. Ten taeis of silver make » lump of about the size of a Chinese lady's foot, and if you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1890

Legislative Kcvicw. Kiunear has presented another bill relative to the location of a soldiers' home. It was at the request of Stevens Post, (}. A. It., Union Veterans League and several other associations of Seattle Th 6 bill provides for the appointment of two trustees, who shall select a site and govern the institution. The site shall be not less than forty acres, to cost not more than 110,000. The sum of $30,000 is donated for the purposes of the insti tution The Knights of Labor of Oilman, King county, presented, through their president, a petition endorsing Mr. Kin ■aar'i a.natralian ballot bill. Mr. Painter's home hill to provide for the uurohnfi «'f the neooesaary plant for the manufacture of grain sacks at the Walla Walla penitentiary was taken up „,. Bpeaal order, ami waa amended so as to in ye t'lo ■tate prison commissioners ;!,,■ authority to- snbatitate any kind of manufacturing in placo of tlw grain baca, if ii was thought expedient. The bill was then passed. Mr. Flumme...

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