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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 March 1890

.Tlie - riilcl. "■'THOMAS NEJIA PrsusarK. WILL ALZ.EX, Associate Editor. T ;-..■■ or Brri^Eurnos: ONSYI $2-C«» BiXMOKXHS ONtA: I<O° AiyvWti'i-iINU BATES Ar« tilted, fend mads loiovc en optical-.on in I»ji..ou or !>y maii. l#gal Notice, at tho li-gul luk-e. liive us a trial. Fatored~aT7i>e Fist OEiee for TmE-tr.ifision in Uie Mails at Becccd-Casa Bales. fNIUTENIiiNCB A Story of American. Frontier Life. , By Oapt. CHARLES KING, D. 8. A., Author of "The Colonel's Dawjhlcr," "From the Hanks," "The UeserUr," Eto. oD|9Tf«bmJ J6BB ny J l» LtpplDCOlt Company nilfauielphia, and published by apodal •mioge lurul Uu -i.;L tii» Animi.-an fraaa Association CHAPTER XVII. "You k.io'-v si'.f; can wait only with great pain and difficulty even now," said lira. Cow 1:1 "Her ankle was very bad); wrenched, and sho hardly goes farther than from her own to her fat!) er's room. You ought to feel compli mented that she ha.s been here to your door three times." "I fe-! more lii:a butting my brainr ou...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 March 1890

ANTICLIMAX. .^-* ' — I walked • city street, and suddenly I saw a tiny lad. The winter wind Howled fitfully, and all the air above The clear cut outline Of the buildings tall Seemed full of knives that cut against the face: An awful night among the unhoused poor! The boy was tattered; both his hands were thrust For show of warmth within his pocket-holes, Where pockets hud not been for many a day. One trouser-leg was long enough to hide The naked flesh, but one. in mockery A world too short, tho' he was monstrous small, Left bare and red his knee— a cruel thing! , Then swelled my British heart with tenderness And pity for the waif; to think of one go young, so seeming helpless, homeless, too. Breasting the night, a -shiver with the cold I Gaining a little, soon 1 passed him by, My lingers reaching for a silver coin To make him happier. it only for An hour, when—l marveled as I heard— His mouth was puckered up in cheery wise, And in the very teeth of fortune's frown Be whistled loud a...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 March 1890

Pullina.il Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - -Publisher WILL ALLEN. - - - A»sociate Editor FUTURE OF RUSSIA. Not Mhtltam. Hut Fore!(rn Interferenc* N'reded to Crush It« I»ar»>ari»m. Tb« disclosure of ■ new Nihilist plot against the life of the Czar and his fam ily is only another proof of the folly of attempting to perpetuate the corrupt absolutism of Russia. Of course the death of tlie Czar and the reigning fam ily to-morrow would hardly change the existing situation, for the Czar is to-day ' about as completely helpless a creature j of his own system as any thing it sus tains. The barbarism is bad enough, but the barbarism rests largely upon an intelligent but most corrupt political and civil administration. Anybody who has read George Kennan's wonderful book , can understand that gross, shameless ' corruption in the public administration , has quite as much to do with the perpet uation of the atrocious penal system of Siberia as ignorance and natural barbar ism. The Russian officers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 March 1890

IN AMSTERDAM. jleyneer Hans yon der Bloom has got A niujazin in ICalverstraat, Where one may buy for sordid gold Wares quaint and curious, new and old. Here are antiquities galore— . The jewels which Dutch monarch* wore, Swords, teacups, helmets, plotters, clock* Bright Dresden jars, dull Holland crocks- And all those joy* 1 might rehearse That please the eye or wreck the purse. I most admired an ancient bed With ornate carvings at its head— A massive frame of dingy oak Whose curious size and mold bespoke prodigious age. " How much?" I cried— "Eintousandgildens," Hans replied. And then the honest Dutchman said A King once owned that glorious bed— King Fritz der foorst (of blessed fame!) Hail ned and slept within the same I Then long I stood and mutely gazed By reminiscent splendors dazed; And I had bought It right away Had 1 Hie wherewithal to pay; Hut lacking of the needed pelf I thus discoursed within myself: •0 happy Holland! Where's the bllsa That can approximate to this— Posses...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 March 1890

Pullmmi "Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor A WICKED REPORTER. Bow lie Got More Than Even with Sen ator I n 11-, or Kiln- With profound regret we learn that His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, has resolved so far to withdraw his patronage and sanction from En glish literature as to permit nobody to nse his name in a soap advertisement. By the way, this reminds us of some thing that onoe happened to Senator In p-aIU. Mr. David Lewsley, who was at that time a reporter for a Washington Journal, was sent to hold a interview with the Senator upon an important matter of state. The Senator, who had no-intention whatever of being drawn Into a conversation on that subject, met Mr. Lewsley with his accustomed grace, and courteously veered the conversation Into other channels. Somehow, for want of another handy subject, the Senator said something about beards, which led to barbers, and, of course, to the gen eral subject of shaving. "By all means," ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 March 1890

fALOUSI (01 NTHY Ssmi. 'f Items of Interest from l'alouse Country Kcwspayers. COLFAX. Vrom Commoner 21st inst. i The Odd Fellows and Masonic frater- j nities expect to hold tiieir first meetings in their new elegant apartments in Fra ternity block next week. The third hall, it is expected, will be. occupied by the A. O. U. W. Bsd Kuighta of Pythias societies. Deputy Sheriff Spencer retained on Wednesday from the state penitentiary at Walla Walla, whore ho took Frank Carter Monday to servo a sentence of three years. He reports yonng Russell as being in the prison barber shop, learn ing to manipulate the shears and razor. Hon. J. T. Whalley arrived in the city Tuesday night having been called hither to accompany Mrs. Whalley to Forest Grove, Or., to attend the funeral of the tetter's brother, who died at that place on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Whalley do parted for Oregon "Wednesday night, from whence Mr. Whalley will return to the Sound. From Gazette, 21st inst. Colfax college opened Wedn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 March 1890

Tlie Herald. THOJIA3 NEILL, Ptnsusnm. WILT* ALI.EX,-Associate Editor. noun of SCBSCBIPTION: I OmctEAß ..........:..,.... T'«o '■ SIX months only. 1-00 ■.■ ; — ■ ' ADVEKTISINO.KATES' I Are liberal, tad mnde tajown on application in j«r*on c.v by mail. Legal Notices ■) Iho legal nttes. <Kvo os i. <riu3. ; ■;■ .-■-;*.: ,- I'ntned nt the Pot* Office for Transnifesion in <£.' „, the Mails at Second-Class ftatea. Chinese Laundrymen EsicJted. Nsw YonK, March 23.—Chinatown is ■ much excited over the fight inaugurated I «gainst the Chinese laundrymen by the i American Master Laundrymon Associa- I tion. Chinamen from all over New York 1 and vicinity were to-day congregated on Mott Street discussing the question. i Henry M. Heymann, the lawyer who ;; does a large part of the Chinese law business of this city, said that the laun ' drymen, of whom there are 3,500 in this city, would fight. The Beet Sugar Tariff. San Francisco, March 21.— The San Francisco chamber of commerce this aftern...

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

VOL. 2. NO. 23. The Herald.l ———~—^—■^— — Published every Saturday morning at Pull- i man, Whitman county. Washington . All Advertisements will bo continued and charged for until ordered oat. SATURDAY. APRIL 5,1890, | Union Pacific Hallway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: . No. 14, Express, leaves nt 12:23 a m No! 92, Mixed, leaves at 5:50 p m WSBT-BOUND: No. IS, Express, loaves at.. 7:23 a m No. 91. Mixed, leaves at 9:50 p m Main Lino. No*. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly ,.r.- carry through Pullman Sleepors, Colonist Sleepers. Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast . Mail." carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING NORTH: Passenger. 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m going SOUTS: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 3.20 p m K. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL DIKKCTOHY. CHUBCHES. ONtIHKiiATiONAL CllU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 April 1890

Tlie Herald. THOMAS NKll.'i. Pcsxjskts. WILL ALLEN, Associate Editor. TE3M3 or BUBJCBIPTIOS: OXHYEAU.... ...$2.00 BIX MONTHS* IS ...1.00 ADVERTISING BATES ire liberkl, »n;l m■■.•!•■ known on application in poreoa or '•>>' mall. t/-;;ul Motica at the legal i-ntr*. Hive us a trial. Lntoml tit the Tost Office for Transmission in the Mails nt Bscond-Cl— Hates. TO AN OLD "BALL SLIPPER. Oh. little shoe, so worn and frayed, Vi'itli heel forlorn and bow decayed, lion changed since nranny flrst u.srlared Your pristine glory! Ton poor lK>dra«?Mi No. 3, You aro alive at L*itst to m©; While lying there 1 seem to see Your simple tiory Dedl<-ht In raiment white and pure. Your mistress tripped c! conquest sure: For damsels who look inert demure An' not uncanny P'raps grandpa came in garments smart— Vr.st triumph of sartorial art- YVitli valorous wo: Via yet trembling heart, To woo our cranny. Those v.ere the days when wife and maid Ingenious towers of hair displayed. When pintle lorgne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 April 1890

THE ARAB'S HORSE. The Great Lot* Which Eastern People Entertain for the Noble Animal. In the East the horse is a far more precious possession than it is with us. I j am not speaking, however, of its money value, but of the love the Eastern peo ple entertain for the animal. The praises which an Arab lavishes on his horse are genuine and from the heart, a contrast in every way to the perfunctory eulo giums "which a home lover of the horse or a horse dealer pronounces on his wares. Proof of this will be found in the "Romance of Avar," with reference to Jirwet, Shedad's mare, a paragon, that could not be matched, a horse that was priceless even to the bid of Kings. "Seek not to purchase Jirwet," said Shedad, "for Jirwet never be sold; ask not to borrow her, for Jirwet can not be lentno, not if I were offered strings of camels in return and on their backs loads of merchandise. Jirwet can fly without wings, and she tears up the sands of the desert; in her bound along the earth she is a li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 April 1890

P»iillm«.ii Herald. THOMAS NEII.L, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor THE AMAZON RIVER. A Body of Water Oii«- Hundred 5111 m Wld« at Its Mouth. The Amazon, if the Para river be in cluded at the southern channel, is one hundred miles wide at its mouth. Para itself, the northernmost city of Brazil, lies at the gateway of the most won derful river system of the world. It i* the commercial depot and distributing point for 40,000 miles of navigable wa ter. The Amazon water-shed embraces twenty-five degrees of latitude and thirty-five depress of longitude. Its western sources are in the Andes of Peru and Ecuador, only a few leagues from the Pacific Its northern tributa ries traverse the borders of Guiana and Colombia, while midway the head wa ters of the Neg^O mingle with those of the Orinoco in the western spurs of the Sierra de Pacaraima. On the south the Madeira has in numerable sources in the mountain levels of Bolivia, while the Tapajos, the Xinpu and the Toeuntins ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 April 1890

CAPRICIOUS MATILDA. A Maniac's Story. I passed In a morbid mood one day through a place where maniacs dwelt. And » pensive pleasure while wand'rlng there 1 foolishly thought I felt. And as with a thoughtful air I stood by a pa tient maudlin mad. An Interval of lucidity the unfortunate being bad. A garment they call the straight-jacket was o'er his anatomy slipped. While drops of water from up above on his cranium slowly dripped. As he mis.M his lugubrious eyes to mint I experienced feelings queer, For I recognized an old friend and asked: "Old friend, what do you here?" • 'Tls a lurid story, old fellow," he said, with a dreary, doleful smile; "But if you are partial to wild, weird things, my recital may beguile. Know then that here in a maniac's cell I bide whatever betide, Becauso of a woman's perfidy, which her name m Matilda Mcßride. "When Matilda and I were first engaged I'd luxuriant beard and hair, Which were neither remarkably dark, nor yet extraordinarily fair; But Matilda d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 April 1890

- Pullman Herald. THOMAS NKII.I, - - - -Publisher: WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor **^*^M^^^^^^^^^^ — ' ~ AN OPOSSUM FARM. A Georgia Stan's Interesting and Profit. | able Venture. , Only those who have tasted the deli- j clous meat of the opossum can have any i Idea of its rare sweetness and delicacy ' of flavor. White as the breast of a j ; chicken, and tender as a sweet-bread, j it fairly melts in the mouth. ' A farmer, on the outskirts of our j town, finds yearly, in the hollow trees j -of the wood near which he lives, fami lies of opossums, from whose home cir cles he abstracts young ones of suitable age and confines them for fattening, j His annual gift of a fine possum for din- j ncr is looked forward to with infinite j relish and delight. It is only since last j year, however, that possum raising has been classed among the industries of j our country. In the town of Griffin. C.a.. Mr. Throckinorton has surrounded ten acres Of good land with a high board fence, and calls th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 April 1890

Revlcw of the Session of the Legisla ture. A review of the first session of the legislature of the state of Washington, which lasted 143 working days, is here with given. To give a synopsis of the bills requires more space than we can devote to it in one issue so that it will have to be continued from week to week until completed. The bills here given are those signed by the governor, or which have passed both houses. House bill 1, by Jndson, of Pierce, appropriating $20,000 for deficiency in supplies for the hospital for the insane at Fort Steilacoom. House bill 4, by Jud6on, of Whatcom, appropriating $140,000 for the expenses of the first legislature of Washington. House bill 42, by Ostrander, of Whit man, to establish a bureau of statistics of agriculture and immigration. It pro vides that the secretary of state shall furnish blanks to the state auditor. These are to be distributed by the as sessors, and are to be collected by them and sent to the state auditor, who in turn trans...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 April 1890

The Ilcretkl. i at:.!, n.i.yy. Associate Bitter. WILL ALLJ'y, 'Associate Editor. M- i ; BUI -;i KIPTH IS: .f.2.0( \Ut KOS :'• ONLI 1-<1( Ai ■■. i RTEINa i:\T>::s ire tibarai, iiwl made known on application 5t pciroa or by mail. Legal (Mien at thffle^al tvUs. Give vii a trial. inter..! at the Toft Office for ThihiiilmWmi " the Mails at Sacocd-Clsss Itetcs. _ Communicated, BdHorßnuUM . Messrs. E. L. Bumpus pad P. C. Buol, • representing the Washington National Building. Loan & Investment As&ocia-*' tioD, o! Seattle, have been in town this j week soliciting purchasers for their i stock. This institution lias an imposing I name, ami an imposing list of t?rtst«er., and, knowing nothing rnoro about \his j particular concern, I will of ctflirsa have | nothing to Bay as to its stability, nor ' the inta^rity of its maDat^rjent. I orc-aU, however, liko to ■■* a few words to your readers' ufctmt investment in | these so-called "KatiSfcal" Building & «Loan Associations. The fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 April 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 24. The Herald.. "" Published every Saturday morning at Pull man, Whitman connty. Washington . All Advertisement* will be continued and charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY APRIL 12, 1890, Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: east-bocnd: Ho. 14, Express, leaves at 1238 am No. 92, Mixed, leaves at 550 p m WEST-BOUND: No. 13, Express, leaves at 7:28 a m No. 91, Mixed, leaves st 9:50 p m §Jlain Line, No«. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Care and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nob, 8 and 4, "The limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. northern Pacific 'Railroad. going nobth: Pareenger. 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m GOING south: _ Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 pm E. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL. DIRECTORY. CH OUCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Sendees on seco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 April 1890

The Herald. THOMAS MULL, PCBiJSBta. WILL ALLtiS, A.tstH-idte Editor* *~ om vi BUESCEIPTION: one yeah. ..-.■ >■-■■■][ BIX MONTHS ONLY. ... ....1.00 Ai)Vi;irn:.UNG RATES Are liberal, nml sradj Vrnowi- on application in pensou or by mail. 1-egul Jiutices ot the legal j rat<"B. Give ii- ■' iri.d. Eaten*! at tlie Post CCIco for TnuiKini.-sion in the MiU* ut nd-CSaai ilatcs. I There an now In the United States :i,.l Canada nearly 1,200 miles of elec tric stm-t railway, completed and under construction. A Missouri man, who has been married thirty-eight years, has at !::st applied for it divorce, because all that time he had to do the -willing and housework. The worm will turn. Galveston is to have a deep water har bor, built at the national expense by the . war department, in case congress acts on the recommendation of the examining board of engineers. A Maine man who has been out west says that if people will stay at home and farm with t'.ie same spirit and energy j they "■■■:!■! ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 April 1890

MY LITTLE ONE AND I. Outside, wind »nd cloudj "its3> i Inside, warmth and comfort lie. , , Fire and light , ' Gleam to-night For my little one and I. ■'I >. I Pussy purrs—so happy she. Curled up on her cushion see. Where she lies— Sleepy eyes- Watch the flumes leap merrily. Fonto in hi* sleep irJl bark, Thinks he still must watch and bark Lest some foe, Kro w« know, Leap upon us from the dark. Dickybird has chirped " Good-night," l'ui '■a his head far out of sight, v . ( Little one, „ . Day is done a ♦'-1< «-v both till morning light. For my birdie's drowsy head. See, her dainty couch is spread, Swinging low- To and fro — Rocks the tiny cradle bed. Outside, wind and cloudy skies, Inside, watched by angel eyes, Soft and warm, Free from harm, Fast asleep my baby lies. —Kuih Argyle, In Good Housekeeping. THE LOST LOVE-LETTER.I How Jessie's Forgotfulness Nearly Wrecked Two Lives. "Tag," "Tag," "Tag," in quick suo- ! cession from a number of tiny throats, j and a group of childr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 April 1890

I»iillma,ii Her alii: V '.■- - ---■■: ■•■■■■•- ' ": ": THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - AwociaU Editor I•£ j »......■■»■■ - ' - ' " ' _ GHASTLY TROPHIES. ■i' Three Scalp* "Raised" In Nrhruki on K» hlltltlon In Itavarlsi. J Hon. Fred Beyschlag concluded some fifteen years ago to make up a collection ,1-of Indian relics, such as tomahawks, bows, arrows, moccasins, buffalo robes 1 painted by squaws, etc., all of which he IM I forwarded to his aged father in Ger ! many as a present. In the collection k - were three scalps, which Dr. Rennet s contributed. The hair of two of them i was jet black, with the braided scalp :j lock, which designates the warrior ol I most Indian tribes: the third scalp bore thin, long, light blonde hair, evidently " coming from a massacred man and not a i woman, for the latter generally uses a E fine comb more effectively, when cir '• cumstances require it. '' I The doctor had taken these scalps C| from the Sioux in August, 1864, at the .' time...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 April 1890

HIS CREDIT WAS GOOD. , ,w M » winter SlfM. «nd the hour ™ late j B To,av to him there "Goodn^.t. Th moon looked down with a smiling eye, T And the briirM »tan winked In rlm , Th. »«w nW blui>ll- and they heard h°r "lßh (For timid and shy was she). *Nt they never heeded the stars or moon— j The youth and the maiden fair; Th. ■>■ reach the irate, an.l a trifling boon The lover requested there. "What Is the boon?" asked the charming miss, - In a musical voice and low, ••It Is that you'll give me a sweetheart's kiss, Sly darling, before I go." "Ob, no," she said, as the lashes fell O'er the eyes of fathomless blue; ay/ou've wooed me long and I love you well, But I can't give a kiss to you." •Then loan me a kiss, my sweet one, pray. And you never will know regrets." "Yea, I will," she said, "for my parents say You are prompt in paying your debts." —Boston Courier. FACTS "ABOUT SPIDERS. Wonderful Evidences of Intelli gence That They Exhibit. CUM of Creatures to Which. They lielong —...

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