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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1890

Tlie tSer®lf|| rHOSIAS J.EII.Ii, PcßLisnEH. ill- .:. ALLEN, 'Aa&ociatc_ Ktlt'.nr. TE3M2J OV BTJBEGUIPTIOK: onkv::v 9Z.00 SIX MONTU3 ONLY 1.00 AIVYEKTISING 11ATSJ Art- }','■•'■ mads known on application in j j»_>tv;>= f.r by .:■,■!. Legkl Notlcos ai i!ie !' ■ "-' rates. CJi>o n a trial. Entered at th« Port Office for Tim -• i s-oa in 1 the Mr.i!:- rX Sc-conJ-('l:w.3 ltatsa. ; ■fiff! A Story of American Frontier Life. By Capt. CHARLES KING, U. 8. A,, Author of "The Colnr.crs Daughter,* -'From j tht Hanks," "The Deserter." Etc. (\)pvrl^-lir«"1 MM by J B I/.pplnc.rt Company, I PliUudi-lphla. and published by HjwritJ arraogv- j Bif.nl through Hie American ires» Association, j CHAPTER V. FIAT evening a grout I of airy officers came ' sauntering back from; stables, ami as they reached the wall; ( in front of officers' row ■ dark featured, i black bearded, soldierly looking captaiii ' separate;] himself from the rest and en j tcred the colonel's yard. The command- j ing officer...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1890

THE EVENING' BEFORE. V ■.rrv« li,,H.itu»l Efforts to secure a Ti!«-*-T«l«- With Maud. [Outside Maud's house and rather dark. - Harry approaching.] . -• - ' Hiirrv (In joyous soliloquy)— Eight ; o'clock! At this time to-morrow we'll have been married just seven hours and a quarter. Jove. [to sn'i it seem queer- ; anil delicious? I want to see her once more 2-lell Her bow much I love her— hoar h«*r say how much she—L'gh! Eh! Confound you! Take care where you are going. Indistinct Figure (which lias collided with Harry)— Beg pardon," sir. but I j couldn't see. We're putting up an awn irnr traml' out here Second Indistinct Figure—Hi, there! Look out for your toes! Drops heavy mantling almost on Harry's foot ). Barn (somewhat discomposed)— This is jolly. I vow! (Kings.) Servant (opening)— Well, you're here at last, are you? 0, excuse me, Mr. Spooner! Thought it was the man with the- — •, , , r - :__-' Voice (over banisters) —Has he come, James. Tell him — Servant—lt's Mr. Spooner, ma'am....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 February 1890

W . WHITE. Architect and Superintendent MOSCOW, LATAII CO., IDAHO. Plan* and Bprcificntii'ns fnrni»hed on short antire and on nwwnnblu tprras. Correspond ence noliciUxl. Office In linker's Block. 25 JOHN A. TREUTLE, Practical Watch Maker. All kinds of jewelry, watches, clocks, etc., skillfully roiminsl. Work from a dist. uce ..licit«t All work warranted. Located in Monroe A <'«rp<«ter- hardware Store. kain-st., (ii) PULLMAN. Moses Bull, Attorney at Law —AND— Business Collector. Will"l>nt*ti*o la the Court* of Washington*and ]<iiih*. Special •Haitian given to matters In Probate and Insolvency. Office U P. O. Buildine. Main-Kt. Pullman. TAYLOR, LAUDER & CO., KAMUFAOTUBKBB OF BRICK and LIME, Contractors and Builders. All work guaranteed PULLMAN & - MOSCOW. THE UNION Insurance Co. OF SAN FIIANCISCO. Sash Assets, • • $1,250,000. LOSSES PAID—FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. The Fuvorite Count Company. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman. E. W. DOWHEN ft CO., REAL ESTATE AND —i LOAN BROK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 March 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 18. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pull man, Whitman county. Washington . All Advertisements will be continued and ' charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY MARCH 1, 1890, Union Pacific llatlvcay. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: No. 14, Express, leaves at 1228 am No. 92, Mixed, leaves at 5:50 p m west-bound: No. 13, Express, leaves at 7*B am No.'ol, Mixed, leaves at 9:50 p m Main Line, No*. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free Chnir Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Bt. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nob. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pad fix; Railroad. OOINO NORTH: Passenger 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m going south: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 3.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Services on ' second an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 March 1890

Flic Herald. '^ XIIOMAB NEIIiL, PCBIISHEI.. WILL ALLEX, Associate Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ' NKYEAR • • ••• $*•»» 1 X MONTHS UNLIT J-00 ADVKKTIfc'INU KATES re liberal, and made known on'appiica'ion in j*r»on or by mail. U-gal Notices at the legal rn!o«. liive us n trial. it»n«l at tiie V ■(*.! Office for TranmniHsion in the Mails at SAcond-Clau Rates. liiiiiii i Story of American Frontier ! ; Life. '■ By Oapt OHAELEB KING, D. S. A., 1 ulhor of "The ColoneFs Daughter," "From the Rank*," "The Deserter," Etc •■' > ::^::.-.. ; : — opyrtj.-hl.xi lf*» by J B. IJpplncott Company. : I'bUailelphia, aoJ published by special arrange , meal tbrou^n il<« Ant«rican Press Association. : CHAPTER X HE hounds were out, and till Fort Rossiter "society" ivas with them. The day was faultlessneither too warm nor too cloudy: a brisk westerly breeze sent the cloud shadows sailing steadily across the broad prairie sea and keeping the ceils and skirts of the Amazons of the party a-flutter. Three ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 March 1890

THAT BABY BOY OF MINE. Iksss diys they seem as yesterday, nose (iayii-f long ago; Tin ni:.t rof mine ftgo is here. My b:iir is white as snow, Yet through the mist* of lapsing years •■right face seems to shine, A'nl in my urms I seem to hold Thut biiby boy of mine. The memory of his youth is as A story that is told; - (tUla rosebud mouth, Hit f:iir hair bright with gold, Ayr ' BOW his winning little way* Did rcuiul my heartstrings "twine, I feel his arms about my neck, That baby boy of mine. I found some toys the other day. 1 knew them all. of course, A traia of cars, an old rag doll, A little rubber horse. A nameless feeling tilled my heart, Tuat 1 can scarce deitue, Tiny were my darling's treasures. That baby boy of mine. 1 mind how once the lad fell sick, I'll ne'er forget the day, 1 ;:i(i\i(.'l:t the SOSjeta sure would com* To tiear our buirn away. And John, he whispered Mary, we Must trust in the divine. And God—He gave him back to us, That baby boy of mine. It seems as yesterda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 March 1890

Pnllmau Herald. THOMAS NKILL - - - --Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor NEWS OF THE WEEK. An Epitome of the Happening? of Two Hemispheres. What Is Transpiring In Congress Condensed In a Nutshell-Other Interesting Items. The gamblers of Spokane were raided by the law and order league. The doors were broken in with axes, and every player as well as dealer was arrested. Mies Susanna Warfield, the oldest in habitant of Carroll county, has just died in her t»sth year. The grand inaugural march rendered at the inauguration of Pnsident William Henry Harrison, forty eight years ago, was composed by her. Bizenah, the pugilist who k'lled Tom James in a sparring match, has been dis charged oil the ground that there is no law to indi-1 for killing another in a li censed exhibition. The other members of the patty, including Kilrain, were re leased. (ii.martin it Boyle, woolen merchants, 14 and lßLispenard street, New York, have made an assignment. The firm Fold largely to peddlers, and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 March 1890

LINES TO LUCILLE. Your hair's as golden as the sun, Lucille, Your eye» »re deepest blue; And never since the world began, Lucille, Was fairer maid than you. You're graceful as the fabled fay, Lucille, The picture of exquisite health; And then you have, they say, Lucille, Sufficiency of this world's wealth. But doth my heart with sadness fill, LucilUe, Your graces give me only pain; For there is something lacking still. Lucille, And, dearest girl, I fear it's brain. —Larry Bradley, In Life. SOME ODD COURTSHIPS. A Quartette of Love Stories Told by Ministers. Difficulty Men Kxperlence In Proponing to the Women They Adore —A Young I.ad.v'n Tact Enable* Her Lover to Make a Charming . Declaration. The Methodist minister was trying to read a po<m entitled, "The Sling of David," and turned from the task with evident pleasure when a reporter for the Chicago Herald asked him for a story "There's the marriage of John Blank, an Ohio man, that I might tell you about." said he. ".lohn was a we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 March 1890

JPiillmn.il HeraW. THOMAS NKILL, - - - - Publisher Wll.l, Al,l KN, - - - Associate Editor HOOKED AN OCTOPUS. The Luck or Thr.-i- -Nf» Oil—— r'Uher li.i-ii Near Miip Island. Probably it is not generally known that the octopus, or devil fish, fre quently of a large size, is found on the coasts of Mississippi and Louisiana. Possibly the first instance on record of one of these fish, and one of large size at that, having taken ■ hook, came within the experience of three resident* of New Orleans a couple of years since. General Philip Buchanan, Lieutenant- Colonel Iv C. Fenner and Major Harry Howard, now mayor of Beloxl, Miss., started from that place in the yacht of Major Howard for Ship Island on a ashing expedition. East-northeast of that island, in about eight fathoms of water, lies the wreck of the steamship Josephine, marked now by ■ buoy. Al though the vessel proper has been al most covered with sand, by careful sounding the location of the walking beam may bo found. On anchoring ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 March 1890

PALorsE COUNTRY SEWS. rum tf Interest from Palouse Country Newspapers. MOSCOW. jtnm Star, 21st nit. Mat Weber went over to Pullman yesterday afternoon. Miss Laura Vincent went to Pullman the first of the week to remain several days. Benj. McConnell is up from Pullman fora few days, visiting with parents and friends. The demand for electric light supply has about reached that extent in Mos cow, that new machinery will scon have to be substituted for that now in use. We learn that a committee of Free Hasons are making inquiries for a de sirable building lot upon which to erect BfineMasoDic building this season if possible, alias Lillie Lieuallen celebrated her sixteenth birthday by giving a party to B few of her friends last Monday evening, ghe received a handsome gold watch aa 8 present from her father. Just as we go to press a rumor comes to as that prospects are good and the work will commence as soon as spring is fairly open, upon the N. P. R. R. from near Branham through Moscow o...

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

W. WHITE. Architect and Superintendent MOSCOW, LATAH CO., IDAHO. • Plaoa and Sp •■ciscallot»B furnished on short Botics mil on reasonable terms. Correspond •ac« «011. it d. Office in Baker's Block. 25 JOHN A. TREUTLE, Practical Watch Maker. All kinds of jewelry, watches, clocks, etc., skillfully repaired. Work from a distance .olicited. All work warranted. Located in Munroo & Carpenter's hardware Store. MAIN-Sr., (11) PULLMAN Moses Bull, Attorney at Law —AND— Business Collector. Will'praoti«e la the ConrU of Washington and Idaho. Special attention given to matters in Probate and Insolvency. Offict In P.' •• Building, Main-«t. Pullman TAYLOR, LAUDER & CO., ■ANCrACTUREBS OF BRICK and LIME, Contractors and Builders. All work guaranteed PULLMAN & - MOSCOW. THE UNION Insurance Co. OF BAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets, - - $1,250,000. LOSSES PAID— MILLION DOLLARS. The Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman. E. W. DOWNEN & CO., REAL ESTATE ■ •——- AND LOAN BROKERS. FA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 March 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 21. Tlie Meretld. Published every Saturday morning at Pull man, Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY MARCH 22,1890, Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: 50. 14, Express, leaves at 12:28 a in No. 94, Mixed, leaves at. 5:50 p m WEHT-BOUND: No. IS, Express, leaves at 7:28 am No! 91, Mixed, leaves at 9:50 p m Main Line, No«. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er " carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepere, "Frew Chair Care and Coached, between Portland and Denver, Omnha, Kansas City, St. I,oni<. St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Un". Nos. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail." curry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific llallroad. ooiso north: Passengor 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m OOINO SOUTH: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 3.20 p m K. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL. DIKKCTOKY. CHURCHES. CONGREOATIONAL CHURCH.— on ■econd and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 March 1890

mini uin CHAPTER XV. ] That night, just niter tattoo roll call, j hen a little group of ofikera was gath ered at Hie colonel's gate, they were sud denly joined by Dr.. Quin, who came from the direction of the stable when he kept his horse in rear of his own quar- i ters. Col. Brainard greeted him warmly ; and inquired after hit patiftit at Dun raven. Every one noted how grave and bubuued was the tone in which the doc- | tor answered: "He is a very sick man, colonel, and : it is hard to say what will PS tho result of this seizure." "You may want to go down again, I doctor, if that be the case—before sick ; call to-morrow. 1 mean, and you had better take one of my horses. I'll tell I my man to have one in readiness." "You aro very kind, sir. I think old Brian will do all the work needed. But 1 would like to go down at reveille, a3 we have no men in hospital at all now And, by the way, i 3 Mr. Perry here?" "I am here," answered Perry coldly He was leaning against tho railing, rather aw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 March 1890

WEEKLY MENDING DAY. wkT E«ry'Housewife Should Have On* w^ Set Apart. : '■:. "Every housewife should set apart one j d»v in each week lor a mending day—its : duties should be as religiously per-1 formed as her daily devotions. Which :dav it shall be depends upon the usual ' time of getting the clothes in from the '■ wash 1 r that disagreeable work is done at home, it should be as early in the week as practicable; the flannels should be washed out an.l dried quickly, so as to shrink as little as possible, and to al low plenty of time to air them, for noth ing is more ruinous to the health than damp flannels. If the clothes are all in by Thursday evening, then Friday would be a nice opportunity to lay out every garment » n d put it through a rigorous examin ation. It is w('" to have a special stock ing basket in which all the socks and ■tasking are placed ready for inspection. It should be furnished with suitable needles, darning cotton of all colors to sort the fancy hosiery, a pair o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 March 1890

FiiUintin TI«*r»l<I. THOMAS NKILL, - - - - l'u>.li«her WILL AU-KN. - - - Awociatv Llit.-r A STORY OF LEADVILLE. TIM ■»■»"«" V I'- Horm-Tlilef Who I'r.'M ii to !!<■ I <■"! In the first days of Leadville wagon* \ formed the only means of transportation i of the immense quantity of merchandise j needed there and for the shipment of the j large output of ore and bullion. As a j consequence horses and mules were used ' in largo numbers. Trains of freight wagons lined the roads leading to the 3 great carbonate camp, and it frequently j became necessary to turn the stock out after a hard day's journey to graze on the adjoinining hillsides. Leadville \ offered a good market for work stock of ; all kinds, as animals brought from the East frequently succumbed io the cli-j ma tic effect of a high altitude and heavy work. Many a freighter reached the top of a hard pull only to see his best work : mule lie down and die in the harness. : Such inducements and easy sale brought professi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 March 1890

MOTHER'S HANOS. Such beautiful, beautiful bands 1 They were not white nor ••mall. Ami you;T know, would scarcely think Th they were fair at all. rvo lookedion bands whose form and hue A sculptor's dream might be; Vet were these a?ed, wrinkled bands More beautiful to me. Such beautiful, beautiful hands! Though hearts were weary and sad. These patient hands kept toiling OQ That children might be glad. 1 almost weep, as looking back - To childhood's distant day, I think how her hands rested not. When mine were at their play. Hr.th ■h beyond this shadow-land, AVhi-re all is bright and fair, I know full well those dear old hands Tin- pataM "f vii-tory bear fllme rr\-tal Mreums. through endlrss time, Flow over golden sands; Ami while the old grow young again I'll clasp my mothers hands. --li. O. Carter, in Drake's Magazine. A DUDE'S PHILOSOPHY. His Apparel a Matter of Principle and Not Mere Vanity. "Well-I>rrn»e<l Men (iet the Beat nf It," ;*- He Sluiwh h.r Mis Own Kxperi • •ij.«- —...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 March 1890

Pullman Herald. ■ ■ „ . ■■ .„■■", . ■ ■ ■ ■' ■ THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor NEWS OF THE WEEK. An Epitome of the Happenings of Two Hemispheres. What Is Transpiring in the United States Congress— Other Very Interesting News. Riniro, Portuguese Minister of Foreign Airuirs,_in an interview with Director' Magniac of the IVlayoa Buy railway, i plainly declared that neither England nor America had any right to interfere j in the railway matter. Senator Stewart proposes shortly to of- j fer an amendment t>> the Pacific railroad ; funding bill, ■ providing for a tunnel; through the Sierra v.ida mountains, to avoid the deep-snow belt. A ltai:uc has been formed at Montreal i to bring about the independence of Can- i ada. The idta i» 10 free the country from, the last vestige of European rule | on the continent. The output of all the mints during February is us follows: G>ld, 7,00) • pieoos, 'valued at $1,560,'00J silver,, 3+48.000 standard silver ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 March 1890

rUAVSB (01 M'KY SEWS. Items of Interest from Palouse Country Newspapers. MOSCOW. from Mirror, 14th inst. The Lewiston Teller has changed bands, A. Leland and son having sold their interest in the paper. One hundred and eighty emigrants passed through Walla Walla on Tuesday bound for the Palouse country. Judge Buck, of Spokane Fulls, was in town this week to .attend tho marriage ceremony of his niece, Miss Moore, and look after his business. The ladies' Aid Society, of the Presby terian church, will give an oyster rapper in the G. A. K. Hall on Wednesday even ing, March 10th. Proceeds to be used for purchasing a bell. Farmers are making extensive prepar ations for putting in a large acreage this Bpriug. With the amount of moist ure already in the ground tho yield will undoubtedly be large. A prosperous year will be the result. Harry Moore will, if ho continues, have the east side of the city under one roof. He keeps building sheds and put ing in car loads of machinery so fast that 8 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 March 1890

Tlie Herald. THOMAS NKIIX, I'riii.isnttt. Wlht. ALI.EX, Associate Kdltor. TKKMB OF SUBSCIUITION: osuykah 52.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY l.«« ADVEimsiNO KATES Are lil>onil, nml made known on application in intern or by mail. I>gal Notices nt til.- legal vale*, (jive ns a trial. fcntered nt the IVt OSico for Transmission ill the Mail* «i BecomM'lasn Itetra. <•■■:■' Walla Wall;'. (Jets a Flam. Washington, D. C March 18.— senate this afternoon passed a bill pro viding $30,000 for a site for a public building at Walk Walla. T» lie Houuced from tUc Cherokee Out let. Washinv.ton, Feb. 17—The president this afternoon issued a proclamation di recting the removal of all rattle grazing upon the outlet in the northern part of the Indian Territory by October Ist. A Volunteer Pension Bill. Washington, March 18.—Mr. (lest, of Illi-jois, introduced a bill in the honse to-dny granting a bounty of 850 to all soldiers and sailors of the late war, who served in the volunteer service for not less than n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 March 1890

VOL, 2. NO. 22. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pull nan, Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisement* will be continued and charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY MARCH 29, 1890, Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: east-bound: No. 14, Express, loaves at 12-58 a m No. 92. Mixed, leaves at 5:50 p m west-bound: No. 13. Express, loaves at 7:28 am No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 9:50 p m Vain Line, Non. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er " carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Curs and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City. St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING kobtb: Passenger 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m ooino SOUTH: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p m E. F. CKAWFORD, Agent. ~ OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Services on second and...

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