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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 May 1890

The Herald. THOMAS M3LL, Pcbushsb. j WILL ALLJty, iMmtetmte BWsr. -; TKIIII3 OF SUBS! Kli'TlOS: ONEYEAU.. *?•';;;: SIX MONTHS ONLY - 1-°°, ADVEIVmiNG RATES Are Wlill. and made kisotra .-■ spp'.K-Hti-ja i? ; person or by mail. Logul Notices at ••'• l«-:i! j rates, (five us a trial. I Entered nt the Pout Office for Tnaimim ion iv the lliiil* st BMacd B«l«. THE —- BUTTON j PEOSI THE DIARY OF A LAWYER AND THE : NOTE BOOK Off A UKPOUTE2. By BARCLAY NOETE KfcpyrtjrhWKt, IBB9J by <). II Inmtmm. l"ubllshe<r j hj ffxvliil arrangement throu^li The Aroertej* . fctttfa Jm-r.wMlitn:)- j CHAPTER XIX. • TOM TELLS A VERY PRETTY STORY. HEN Tom arriv red in New York city it was early : in the morning for he came in up on the Souuc: steamer. Breakfasting lie went straight way to II <• 1 ; brooi's office. He ', was- anxious to | exchange news. He felt that the ■ end of the search ■ was grow near, and while . ho waited the coming of the j young lawyer, he Indulged in pleasant ! anticipations of...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 May 1890

Off FOR BLUMEERLANO. ~~ -urpl, wave. •/ erenln* play IJpoo the western shore* of day, *^lul« babies sail, so safe and fr**, Orer the mystic Slumber Sea. Thair littte boats are cradles light; The sail* are curtains pure and whit*; The rudders are sweet lullabies; The anchors, soft and sleepy sighs. They're outward bound for Slumberland, ■ Where shining dreams lie on the sand, ?•' '■' Like whisp'ring shells that murmur low The pretty fancies babies know. And there, among the dream shells bright, The Uttlo ones will play all sight. Until the sleepy tide turns—then They'll all OHM sailing home again: —Caroline Evans In St. Nicholas. ALICE'S FORTUNE. "Sister Theodosia," said a feeble Toic* j from the bed. The Sister of Charity, a mild faced j woman of middle age, answered the sum- j mons of the dying man, and approached the bedside. The dying man was Hector Moritz, a carpenter, who had fallen from a house which he was building, a few days be fore, and so injured himself that he could not...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 May 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEM. - - - Associate Editor ; OF GENERAL INTEREST. —There is ice in the Steven's mine oi Mount McClellan, CaL, computed to b« eighty thousand years o'd. —A mathematician has calculat.-o that the dead are in the minority, aftei all, such is the rap.d growth of humai population. —The Quakers, who are believed tt have numbered 100.000 about two cen turies ago, now have scarcely 15.00 C members in th s country. —A company of gentlemen in Nev, York the other day bad the pleasure ol listening to a speech, through a phono graph, from Mr Gladstone himself. —A law has been passed by the Ohk Legislature authorizing township trus tees to deduct SS from tho road tax ol any property owner who erects on nil own land and supplies properly a public watering trough. In isio a master mason of Provi dence, R. L, Staaiped his initials on a copper cent and pat It in circulation. In taking some chan?a the other day he found his coin. After fifty year...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 May 1890

NIGHTFALL. — «_«tjT the shadow* of the night around us fall, Come, let as kneel before our God and pray, »ad while on him for mercies new we call, 1-nJse him whose lore has kept us through th* day. Hot more of evil lurks In midnight's hour Than stalks abroad at (-olden tide of noon; In both alike «'■ need his keeping power. CtoulJ be forget, then HI would come how soon! But he doth not forget, nor doth he sleep; And we are safe in hi* all wutchful care. By day, by night he coodaneodi to keep Those who commit tucmselres to him in prayer There Is a borne where shadows never fall, Kor sin nor daajter ever enter there. Where weariness doth ne'er to slumber call: A land of praise that hath no need of prayer. rjoto that home, O Father, lead our way, . And while we linger In this alien land, Id iiu-rcy hear us while to thco we fray, Still guard and £iii le us by thy loving hand. —It. U. o:Tord in The Observer. THROUGH THE FURNACE. "Julie, the fires are coming nearer; I j wish you would dis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 May 1890

Pullman M«ral*l. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Pnbl'shw WILL ALLEN, - - - AJ«oci*U Editor NEWS OF THE WIEK. An Epitome of the Happenings of Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring in the United States Congress— Other Very Interesting News. Kam Jones cleared 2,000 by his weekV work in Aberdeen, Miss. It is not believed that Congress will adjourn before August or September. President and Mr*. Harrison have de cided not to go 10 Deer Park this sum mer. V «cuUing match baa been arranged between Kemp and O'Connor at Sydney, Australia. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company I,a* contributed *275,000 to the Chicago World's Fair. \ vein of tin fort v feet wide and tested Dine feet deep has been found within forty miles of Atlanta. If the tariff bill \s passed, it will be enforced within thirty days after receiv ing the President's signature. It seems probable that the Cable Rail way Company will try to put a line through Fifth" avenue, New York. An incorporation has been effected at Chicago U) promote the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 May 1890

m>a>. COUKTKI HEWS. ( ' j items of Interest from Palouse Country Newspapers. COLFAX. From Commoner, MM intt. A militia company is to be organized j in Coifax. Fifty names or more of those JavoriDg the idea have been secured here. Matth*w Fountain, a, farmer living near LcH»# Pine, suffered, the loss of his lino residence building by fire on Mon day. The loss is some $1,500 with no insurance. An infant child of Mr. Fountain narrowly escaped perishing in tie flames. The fire was first discovered by his little girl, who saw the flames issuing from the roof from her position some distance from the house. The; baby was asleep in the house at the time. Instead of going t<ysave the little one, the girl ran to tell her father who i was at work some distance away in the field. It was only by the greatest ex ertion that he reached tho house in time to suve his child, asleep, in- ignorance of its peril. The child, with the picture of his wife, sometime since deceased, was all he could...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 May 1890

The Herald. THOMAS NULL, Pcbushib. WILL ALI £->. Associate Editor. TE'.MS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONB YEAR $f OO BIX MONTHS ONLY lIUU ADVERTISING KATES Are liberal, and made known on epplicationin pe-on or by mail. Legal Notice* at the legal rates. Give ob a trial. _______ Entered at the Post Off cc for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Bates. Drowned in lake Whatcom. Whatcoai, May 25.—Alexander Me- Coeh and Mrs. Frank Winans were drowned to-day at noon by the capsiz ing of a Lake Whatcom pleasure boat. F. Drake and wife were saved by the steamer Geneva. The party dropped an oar and upset the boat in trying to pick it up. McCosh and Mrs. Winans went down in fifty feet of water and dragging has failed to find the bodies yet. Mrs. Winan'e husband in now on the way to San Francisco and doesn't know of the disaster. MoCosh leaves a wife and three children in Dakota. Tramps Suspected. Chehaiis, Wash., May 26.—Two in effectual attempts were made last night to wreck both the north and ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 June 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 82. The 'Herald.. Published every Sat onlay morning at Pull man, Whitman comity. Washington . All Advertisements will be continued and clwtrgod for until ordered out. 5ATURDAY.......... i JUNE 7, 1890, Union I'aclfle Railway. PFrom Pullman, daily: KAST-BOUJJD: No. 16, Express, leaves at 5:35 p in Nj. 93, Mixed, leaves at 11:15 a m WEST-BOUND: No. 15, Express, leaves at 9:37 p m No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 1:35 p m Main Line, Nos. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleeper", Colonist ■iMM% Free ('hair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 8 and 4, "Tho Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. OOING NOBTH: Passenger 6.15 a ™ Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m CKHKG south: Passenger -•■ 7.05 pra Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL! DIRECTORY. ~ —" CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 June 1890

| "The Herald. | THOMAS NEILIj, Pcblishkb. j WILL A LLE.V, Associate Editor. TKItJIS OF SCBSCKIPnON: OH YKAIt SS.OO BIX MONTHS ONLY lO° ADVEimsiNG KATES Mai* liberal, and jnnde known on application in person or by mail. Legal Mattel at the U-gsl nit«. Give u» a trial. ___^________ Entered at the Foot Office for TranwniKsion in the Mails at Second-Claa* lint.-.-. f THE DIAMOND BUTTON ————— FROM TITK DIARY OF A LAWYER ASD THE NOTE BOOK OF A KEPOKTEB. By BAECLAY NOSTH. CTnovrirht.-.!. I*o. by 0. M. Dunham. Published 3. i>y apeolal arraußKnient through The American 5-•-•''■ Pits* Association.) AFTER XXII. AXOTIIEU VISIT TO THE "HANDSOME FLORA." I UOM the manner in which Flora had received him on the night ho had met her at the Casino, Hol brook had no rea go n to suppose his visit would be met with much cordiality. Therefore, when the servant re turned after he had presented his I card, with the information that the lady was not at home, he was not surprised or disconcerted. "If that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 June 1890

THE SELF-MADE MAN. And tho Dettoua Case of Dyspep sia He Encouraged. NE never knows which is tht* im pression that is going to st ay, which of t h c characters, events, circum stances, say ings, tableaux of the passing day is to be the one ff ac c able one. We try to know, and even make, with hu m .i n pertness, select ions. "This is strik ing,'' "this i 6 Important." and Important as it is, we fear to forget it. and write it down in the nowadays inevitable note-book— late, place and sensations —quite order ly ;in<l methodically, as we were taught to do at school; and then, if we do not forget the notebook or crowd it out under the necessary accumulation of them, we are able at any time to resur rect any recol bet ion, and, if we havo bean prolix, sensation and other et casters of data, at best, often the with ered or withering specimens of a herb arium. Tims life flows, depositing within us an ever-increasing "battnre," a vague border-land, our limbo of things we are trying not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 June 1890

ilPiillmO'ii Herald. NEILL, - - - - Publisher LWILL ALIJSM, - - - Associate EdiU)r HOUSEHOLD BREVITIES. —When scissors bind draw the Inner dados over your hair or the palm of our band. It is better than 0.l and will not stain afterwards. * Heavy draperies should not be hung on a lino and whipped out; they should bo carefully brushed on both sides, and then cleaned with a damp flannel cloth wrung out of lukewarm water to which spirits of turpentine in tho proportion '»f a tablespoon ful to a gallon have bees dded. ? — Breakfast Biscuit— Take one quart 3f sweet milk, one-half a cupful of melt '•hl butter, a little salt, ,two spoon tula of baking powder, flour enough to make a stiff batter; do not knead into lough; drop into buttered tins from a tpoon; bake in a hot oven; the oven Lust be very hot or they will not be ight «nd tender. —Boston Herald. ', —Ilk* Pie.—Boil two cups of rice in rater .till soft, but. not broken; beat the .•elks of three eggs, add a cup of sugar md three oups ...

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

THE SHOP-GIRL TALKS. ««r F#et l>mln Her »nd She Feelt Thnt She'i " Terribly o—*■ ' "Ah-h! I feel M if my feet had gone to Heaven!" s;ihl the sales-girl, as she exhibited ;i N<>- '■'> too* in a No. 5 slipper. "1 get sol d comfort out of these old ilippers when I come home in the even ing with my f<l('l hurting so I can hard )v stand. Shoe* too tight? Not a bit of it! My shoes are always too large forme, but standing all day swells my feet and make-; them painful. ••The first day I went into the store I thought I'd die before six o'clock, but one can pet used to any thing except be ing scolded—that I never can get used to, no matter how long I may stay in the ■tore. Why am I so naughty as to need MoMiag? It ain't me that's naughty, it's the customers. Ido get so mail sometimes thai 1 could jump over the counter and beat "em! They ain't got no notion of buying when they come in. but all the same they want to see this, that and the other thing, and bo they make me take do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 June 1890

__E»nilmn.ii _BC«ral*i- THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publish** WILL ALLES, - - - Aaaociaw Bditor v NEWS OF THE WEEK An Epitome of the Happenings of Two Hemispheres. ■ What is Transpiring in the United States Congress-Other Very Interesting Items. Blackleg is spreading among the cattle : in sections of Schoharie county, N. i. , Temperance women at Topeka, Kan., ' propose to raid original-package sa ! loons. i An epidemic with fatal results prevails I among sheep in various sections of Ver : mont. Frosts in lowa and Illinois have caused •considerable injury to fruit and vege • tables. 1 Anthony Comstock has caused the ar- Vest of a Providence man for sending lot tery tickets through the mails. 9 An examination of the casket ban set at rest the rumors that President Gar weld's remains were not therein. : The Dolus mine, east of Chihuahua, I Mexico, has been sold by C. L. Frith to ' mi English syndicate for $750,000 f 1 It is reported that the largest tin-plate f'nill in the world will be erec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 June 1890

I'ALOI'SE COUNTRY SEWS. ifpnis of Interest from Palouse Country Newspapers. COLFAX. From Giuette, 30th ult. Several from the city attended the picnic on Steptoe's summit Sunday. About 200 people were there. The fine appearance of the flags floating over the public school and Fra ternity block has suggested that it would bo the proper thing to so honor the city building. The suggestion is a good one. Let us do it. One of the d. and d.'s in the city jail yesterday gave a kid v quarter to buy tiim some whisky. The youth pocketed the coin and reported through the grate later on that the chief of police had confiscated the firewater. Hugh Alexander, half brother of Coroner D. H. Shaw, arrived Sunday evening with his family, from Kansas. The brothers had not met since thirty - nine years ago. Mr. Alexander will reruiiin in this country and make Colfax bis home. Lonunasson's big cinnamon bear slipped his chain while being transferred to new quarters Thursday morning. He was in a wagon on M...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 June 1890

The Herald. THOMAS NEILL, PruLisnr.R. WILL ALLKS, Associate tklltor. HUB OF SUBSCRIPTION: [ONE YEAR ••■• *?■«« BIX MONTHS ONLY. *-°° ADVERTISING PATES Are liberal, and made known on application in • person or by mail. Legal Notice* at the legal j I rates. Give us a trial. '■Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in , the Mail" at Second-Class Rate*. Green With Wheat. [Spokane Review, 3rd iust.J |!- Mr. B. J. Eeavis returned yesterday I'rom a short trip over into the Palmist ountry, on the Spokane & Palouße rail ■oad. He was so much impressed with 'he country and its flattering prospects, \ nd so firmly convinced of the necessity I •f bringing the same to the attention of I'he business men of the city, that he |j ailed on the secretary of the board of ■rade and asked him to take action in regard to the matter. !' Steps were immediately takeD toward living an excursion, and Wednesday, i'^une 11th, has been set as the day for I ,16 trip. A special train of three ' j>aehes, ...

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

VOL. 2. NO. 36. The Herald. t . ... Published every Saturday morning at Pull man, Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisements will .be continued and charged for until ordered oat. SATURDAY..........JULY 5, 1890, Union Pacific Railway, From Pall man, daily: ' ■ EAST-BOUND: No. 16, Express, leaves at 5:85 p m Mo. 92, Mixed, leaves at. 11:15 am WEST-BOCND: No. 15, Express, leaves at 9:87 p m No. 91, Mixed, leaves at.... I:Bspm Main lane, Nob. 1 and 2, "The Overland T er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colo: Sleepers, Free Chair Cars 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 Can between Portland and Chicago. „ Northern Pacific Railroad, GOING north: Passenger 6.15 m Freight and Accommodation 9.03 a m going SOUTH: Passenger 7.05pm Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ~ CHURCHES. i V CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH—Ser...

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

Tlic Hera,] THOMAS NEILk, rcBUEKKi. WILL ALLKS, Associate Editor. - TElttIS OS S DESCRIPTION': ONEY2AH.. •• .. $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY ••• *•«*> ADVERTISING KATEd Are üb .- :. und made known on application in ,„.-,,i. of by mail. Legal Notices at tbo legal rates. Give as a trial. Entered at the Port WBoe for Transmiesion in the llatfs at Second-Class Ratio. SiiiiS moil T:rc diahy of a lawtkb ant> the NjrE BOOK OP A UEI'OKTEa. By BABCLAY ITOETH. (Oopyri 1930, by O. K. Dunham. Published by special arrangement through The American Presi Association.) CHAPTER XXXVL I AT LAST. OUNTAIN bad come from the adjoining room, and his usual im passive face bore the evidence of. his agitation over tho marvels he had heard. The Shadow, in giv ing the warning of the approach of another comer, had closed the door after him. The owner of the musical voice was not disposed to knock, much less to use his hands to open the door, for he gave it a vicious kick. The lock was a good one and did not yield...

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

morsE country raws. Htm* of Interest from I'alonse Country Xeus|);i|,ers. COLFAX. Frnra Comni"n< lr. 27t!i nit. 11. A. Morbe hat been appointed post master at Sunset, this county, vice Ru (B« Pußertoa leaJgned. Mr. Morso has bt*n acting postmaster at Sunset for time. John M. McLean, sheriff of Whitman county, returned on last Saturday from a short visit to his old home in Benton county, Oregon. Ho reports the ap pearance of r.-ops in the land of the web foot not the most propitious. The gen oral outlook from Portland up the Will amette valley is unfavorable. Crops are short, the sheriff says, and will not aver age more than half a crop. But little rain has fallen, as yet, and now the crop is so far advanced that ram, if it should come, would be of but little benefit. We regret to record short crops any where, but cannot refrain from remark ing ou the extremely happy outlook Pa louse farmers enjoy to-day as compared with all the rest of the country 60 far us heard from. Complaint ...

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

The Herald. THOMAS NEILL, Pubijshxb. WILL ALLEN, Associate Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE YEAR $2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY. ...1.00 . ■ -„^ , _^ ADVERTISING BATES Are liberal, unit made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates. ttive <w a trial. , ~ Entered at the Poet Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Rates. Hard on English Farmers. Lomdon, June 80.—England is likely to require all the cereals America can send this year. The continued wet weather and cold, blighting winds are rapidly destroying the crops. Hay is rotting on the ground; wheat is getting mildewed; fields are being turned into ponds. Nothing is ripening. Every year makes the prospect worse for English farmers. Crops never seemed likely to be more favorable than daring the present season. The rain set in since the beginning of June. The country is wrapped in gloom. No Hope For The Miners. Dtjnbak, Pa., June 28.—Again are the rescuers and relatives of the entombed mi...

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

VOL. 2. NO. 37. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pall man, Whitman county, Washington . j All Advertisements will bo continued and chargod for until ordered oat. ~:' - SATURDAY JULY 12, 1890, Union Pacific Hallway. From Pullman, daily: E.VST-BOCKD: No. 16, Express, leaves at 5:35 pm No. 92, Mixed, leaves at. 11:15 a m west-bound: No. 15, Express, leaves at 9:37 p m No. 91, Wised, leaves at 1:35 p m Main Line, Ho«. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Curs and Coachee, between Portland end Denver, Omaha, KaiiE.'ia City, St. Louia, St. Paul or Chicago. •,,. Minn line, Nog. 3 and 4,''*&<? Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. northern Pacific Kail road. GOINa KO:;TII: Passenger 6.15 am Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m GOING BOOTH: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p m E. 11.I 1. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ~ CIIUKCIIES. CONGREGATIO...

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