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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 July 1890

_— — j [EMillmait Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associ*t« Editor NEWS OF THE WEEK. An Epitome of the Happenings of! Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring in the Congress of the United States—Other Very Interesting News. Dr. McGlynn must recant or be ostra- j cized definitely by the church. It U expected that New York city taxes will be reduced this year. Wheat is quoted at New York at a fig- i ure higher than at any time since 1884 Patsy Dnffv, Haggin's famous jockey, i whs arrested at St. Louis for vagrancy I Drink has brought him to this condition, i A syndicate ol English and Dutch cap italists have purchased five million acres of laud and 7.J.000 head of cattle in Texas. The supreme court of Michigan has decided that a woman is a person, and can legally fill the position of deputy i count} clerk. Mexican troops have scoured the en tire frontier line along the Rio Grande, and have discovered no revolutionists or bandits. One hundred and twenty-five suit...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 July 1890

WHITMAN COUNTY HAPPENING 3 IN OTHER TOWNS. * lijm—iiwa ITEMS CCLLED not J»A LOCSE COUNTRY KZWSPAPKSS, A "•" TBAIIP IHJUBED AT GUY. COLFAX. from Oiaaette, 18th intt. Seven vags were taken in by the po lice Wednesday and Thursday and walked out of the city limits. A tramp who gives his name as W. J. Cook met with an accident at Guy Monday night which may result ia the amputation of one of his feet. When the night train came down from Moscow be attempted to board a brake and ride into Co-fax. Missing his footing he fell beneath a wheel and his foot was badly crushed, several bones propably being broken, but the full extent of tho injuries not being ascertainable until the swell ing subsides. Ho was picked up by tho train crew and brought, to this city, where ho was placed under the charge of the county physician. From Commoner, 18th Lust. Rev. T. W. Walters came down from Spokane Falls Monday night. Ho was accompanied by his family, who will re main in Colfax through the summer. Mr. Wa...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 July 1890

: Tiie Herald. ;• THOMAS Niai.L, Pubushmi. JV/.'.r. i/.m;.y, Associate Editor. (I TERMS OF SUCSCKIPTION: I! ONKYKAK.. $2.00 i jj SiX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 j ' A2VEKTISIXG KATES |{ An- liberal, lad mmle known on application in jwrHon or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates. ( '■'.■■■ m ■ trial. L _______________ I Entered at the Post Oflico for Transmission in i the Mails at Second-Class Kates. i— ~ ~ Australia's Population. : Melbourne, July 20.—Tho premier I introduced in parliament a railway bill „■ providing for the construction of 1079 '• miles of country lines and thirty-nine . miles of suburban lines, which is to cost I - £12,500,000, besides a grant from the ': treasury of £2,000,000. He said the Echetne is necessary in order to meet the , growth of the population, which, as the ; census proved, was increasing faster I than the population of America. The I bill was well received. | Salaries of United States Judges. Washington, July 21. —When the I judiciary committee of tho h...

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

VOL. 2. NO. 40. The Herald.. *- Published every Saturday morning at Poll j^a. Whitman eonnty. Washington . HI Advertisements »i!'. be continued and ;f; ■ charged for until ordered oat. SATURDAY ... AUGUST 2, 1890, Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: TV,, I*, Express, leaves at 5:35 pm • jo. 92, Mixed, leaves at. 11:15 a m WEBT-BOUND: go. 15, Express, leaves at 9:37 pm go. 91, Mixed, leave* at 1:35 p m Hub line, No*. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist jj«epen>. Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between ' Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. : jjflifi, St. Paul or Chicago. . Mian Line, Nt». 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast giil," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars p■. ■ ■ j ?:!■-■.■ :.:; ' 1 • sidOSWJL" IjUikju., .»v>. l«i,».«.- *>• Vl.i meets every Thursday evening in Stewart's Hall. W. V. Wikdus, M. W. J. F. Watt, Becorder. PCLLMAN LODGE, NO. 29, I. O. of O. F., i- meets every Saturday evening in Stewart's 1 Hall. E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 August 1890

Ti\c ergtld. |; THOiiA« NKILL, Pceiiskbr.' I Wit " .1 f> '-E'-V,^Usoclaie Editor. % ! .. •.',/■':■ ■'■TZT!*ia OF ; fUSCBIKTCON: V . | OXh" YKAR .;........ ..:... ..$2.00 ; &:XV.OS-i"Mi<tSl>i: ..;........1.00 j \ji\ -..';«!v; R.WSJ 4r» lib""a', !-"l. n>->ltj)tiio«n on (4>iJ:oilion in j -■■■■. oivt v- i; Uiui. !ii:t«f.! at the Post QSca.Xer.Jxtoißnju'sion in ; ; "Ihc Mi!fl3 fi.t Socfjud-C^Jftss llsioe. ~ I Mystery of Trevarrock By Mrs. OLIPHAITT. The night vras still, though a faint v. ripple broke the dark, even; surface of ;: the sea, and n flying scud of black, rag- ■ ged clouJs ..used each other over the sieel blue sky, hiding from time to time ' the pale disc of the full moon. Silently, stealthily the Lively Fanny ; utole into tha bay; her masts and rig £tr.g ratting with their sharp lines the moan's ,w!iitc face. * ' i -% ■ r >; -^. Theiw v4i-» stops on the'; sands; low " voices and the grating of a boat's keel on the shingle Then a soft whistle sound- V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 August 1890

BALLAD Or* tHE 6LOODV BROOK, j Coo,, |ls»o to the story of brave Lotirop and Lit ' men. - How they fought, bow they died, crheo they marched against the redskins In th« ; autumn days, «>4 then Bow they felL Id their pride, By Pocomtuck side. -Who will fo to Deerfleld meadows and bring th* ripened (train r Slid old lloaely to his men In array Take the wagons and the horses and bring It back again. But be sure that no man stray ;. * All the day on the way " Then the flower of Ease* started, with Lothrop at their bead. Wise and brave, bold and true. Be bad fought the Pequota long ago, and now to Moaely said, - •'Be there many, be there few. I will bring the grain to you." . They gathered all the harvest, and they inarched on the way : Through the woods which blazed' like Ore. jioiotdlar left the line of march to wander or to ■tray Till the wagons were stalled In the mire, And the men began to tire. Th« wagons have all forded the brook as it flows. And then the rear guard stays To pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 August 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - • - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor A FIERY PHENOMENON. The Thrilling Experience of Two Virginia ;, ;V_- City Miners. A phenomenal incident occurred on the 750 level on the Chollar mine, the particulars of which have been dis closed by two badly scared miners who played leading parts in the sensa tional underground drama. George Murray and Tom Bailey were engaged in running the main drift north on this level—which is in several hundred feet from the station, in new ground and newly timbered from one end to the other. They had fixed everything for the firing of a round of holes in the face of the drift anal retired to the station to eat supper and give the powder fumes a chance to work off. On returning, Murray lowered his candle in the mass of debris to ascer tain the result of the blast, when he lost his candle and portions of his eyelashes and eyebrows by the sud den ignition of a volume of gas which belched forth and roared like a vo...

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

TARSCN'B SNAKE KILLING SOW- | •IK F»» Cheek! Turned to Receive a Rut : tier's Venomous Fang*. Moodnaisa low lying, unattractive settlement, rather thickly inhabited, on the Middletown branch of the West Shore railroad, a little above Cornwall and not more than a quar ter of a mile below the secluded glen called Paradise. The river that waters Paradise flows darkly through Mood na, but it is a limpid, sparkling stream at the upper point and little better than a cesspool at the lower one. Paradise both on account of its re markable beauty and the difficulty of getting to it is well named. lloodna may be said to be the very antithesis of Paradise. There is no trail of the serpent in Paradise, but Moodna is rich in snakes, and would have a still greater wealth of them were it not for the untiring efforts of Mr. Sam Tar eon's sow. She kills the reptiles and, though her appetite at the swill tub is unimpaired, she eats snakes with great gusto, and leaves nothing but the bones behind. For ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 August 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - PublUhor WILL ALLEN, - - - AMOciat* Editor NEWS OF THE WEEK. An Epitome of the Happenings of Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring in the Congress of the United States—Other Very Interesting News. Chicago uses 200,000,000 pounds of ice daily. The Georgia peach crop will be almost a total failure. The Greeley statue fund in New York amounts to $11,414.95. Canada is agitating the placing of a representative at Washington. A Tammany regiment is to be started in the New York militia. It is thought in Washington that Con gress will not adjourn before September. Mr. Goshorn of Philadelphia will like ly be chosen director-general of the World's Fair. Scandalous charges are brought against the Superintendent of the South Dakota Insane Asylum. General Alger's order prohibiting car riages in the Grand Army parade at Boston in August has been revoked. Senator Hoar has introduced a bill for a monument in Washington to General Israel Putnam of Revolutionary f...

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

WHITMAN COUNTY - HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS ' i INTERESTING ITEMS CALLED FROM PA LOCBE COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS. ' ■.-■■■' ' COLFAX. -■ ■■ " vjUJUr AA, From Commoner, 25th nit. f£?j£; A plat of the first addition to St. John was filed with the auditor this week. < One noticeable feature is the laying ■ out ■ of a city park. This shows a commend able interest on the part of her citizens in the beauty! and, convenience of the little city. J t." / A mighty swindler ' stopped in Colfax Wednesday, night. :He regaled the crowd which gathered around him on < the street with a speech passing about cough candy wrapped up in five and ten dollar bills. They would get their moneys worth in candy, and might get some with a bill wrapped around it. , Would they buy ? Oh yes, always some body fool enough to bite at such a tempt ing bait. After swindling several par ties out of small amounts of money, the bitten individuals began concocting a plan to have the bunco man arrested. He " got on to " this...

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

j| ;he Herald. ■ __ THOMAS HEILL, Publisher. :, V i I Ji . L ALLEN, Associate Editor. ; j | o >! TEUM3 OF BCBBCKiraON: i f v liab}:;:/.......;;.............52.00 II 7i| NTH3ONLY. ..............1.00 ( A ".' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: h AR $2.00 NTIIdONLY 1.00 A ADVEUTISING BATES - ■ml, and made known on applic 'ion in ! *ior by mail. Legal Notice* at the legal ;;| — : (lire oa a trial. :,...' :;■:. . -■ : : •1 eL. ' , . :■- „.-.... . . = p -at the Poet Office for Transmission in jr. _ the Mail* at Second-Clan Bate*. ii* - I ■ ]\ £ '•;; Deadly Ice Cream. :■ nesnille, Tex,. July 27.— a 1 1* c I given at Pilot point ! yesterday a j I E number of people were poisoned by ' ( | «am, which was made poisonous by jj f 'g too long in ? the cans. Fifteen ■„' 1 is will die. No names are obtain t If 'fe;^ - " '■:•/ || ' ier Alleged Salradorian Victory. (f '■ Libebtad, San Salvador, July 27.— ?<,= I eported from unofficial sources that ; ! } | | j alvadorian troops had made an ad •3 J" from Etes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 August 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 42. The Herald. PnblUbed every Saturday morning at Pull aiß, Whitman county, Washington . ill Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY AUGUST 61, 1890, Union Pacific Itallicay. From Pullman, daily: EABT-BOUND: So. 16, Express, leaves at 5:35 pm Ha. W> Mixed, leaves at 11:15 am WEST-BOUKD: No. 15, Express, leaves at 9:87 p m Ko. 91, Mixed, leaves at 1:35 p m Main Line, No 9. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleeper*. Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. I/jols, St. Paul or Chicago. . ■ X Mian Line, Nos. 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast Hail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING NORTH: Pasnengor. . 6.15 a m freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m GOING SOOTH: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p m E. P. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIALi DIRECTOUY. ~ CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Service...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 August 1890

rVI i 11 era 1 cl. : la - 1171,1 if.i.ry. Associate Editor, i :; :;ms OX B0BSCBUTIOH: . on;: YEAR , $2.00 BiX JiuSMSOiLy i.eoi "■'■"■' ' ■ ' » j ADVEKTISINO HATES . Are liberal, ar.d ni«2o kno'.-n on application hi yorson or by mail, l.^g-.il Uqtlcsutit Oie-togcl ■i::,--. Give ns p. :..'. . i X:.!;■:■..} at tl.o Post OCce tor Transmis'eion in tLe Mails lit Scjond-Claßß Kates. : iOpii j By GAEO-LOUI3E CLARK. CHAPTER IIL : "Oh, Dr. Van Dv.yn," she cried; "I havt been so cruel—so unjust." The November chill was in the air. A ; cold rain was falling quietly, except ! when Irritated by a restless wind which listed to blow occasionally on South wick end anon at North End with perfect im- I partiality. Dr. Van Duyn, wrapped in his heavy ; raink coat as in midwinter, came bur- ! riedly down his office steps for a tea I mile drive. A man of powerful phy- j sique, sturdy health and correspondingly '. sturdy spirits, he yet contemplated this long wet journey with positive dread, ; Life had bec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 August 1890

MY TREASURES. L ( ft. children, bow many' Why bless you. there* | four: Two rollicking, fun loving boys, Who always give mamma enough work to do. I But working Ls one of my Joys. Dear Ruby, who "helps mamma lots," In her way ' And my baby so winning and sweet . I Bright jewels adorning my wifehood's crown ) la a home where angels may meet. At the close of the day. 1 sit down beside ] My baby, to lull her to sleep; In sweet dreams of childhood the others repose; Kind Father, thy watch o'er them keep! You ask am I worried with trouble and care; Ah, no, it Is restful and sweet, To be the fond mother of blossoms so fair. To guide in the right their young feet. "Would I wish to exchange.'" Not for kingdom oi crown! Nor for all of your wealth and your pleasures, Too keep your fair lands and your couches of down, I'll keep what Is best, my four treasures. Elsie C. Ai Jen in Good Housekeeping. THE TWINS. And Maurice Keller began thus: The Lartigues division had been fight- ; Ing without a m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 August 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher ,YILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor PATAGONIAN BIRDS. ' i»ny of Them Indulge In Exceedingly Eccentric Performance*. The black-faced ibis of Padagonia, a )ird nearly as large as a turkey, in lulges In a curious mad performance, isually in the evening when feed ng time is over. The birds of a flock, vhile winging their way to the roosting )lace, all at once seemed possessed with renzy, simultaneously dashing down vard with amazing violence, doubling ibout in the most eccentric manner, and vhen close to the surface rising again to •epeat the action, all the while making he air palpitate for miles around with heir hard metallic cries. Other ibises, .lso birds of other genera, have similar .erial performances. The displays of most ducks known to ne take the form of mock fights on the vater; one exception is the handsome ,nd loquacious whistling widgeon of La ,'lata, which has a pretty aerial per ormance. A dozen or twenty birds rise p until...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 August 1890

9 .< NAMES OF NEGROES, f ._. Nomenclature That Originate* ** In the Old Plantation Life. Of course, on every plantation there ere several negroes of the same name, j d the negroes, who are apt at such ajtaA used various and peculia» so hriaueU to distinguish them. On my j tiler's place there was an' Taller \ vja an' Black Liza and an' Pop Eyed ; j^T an' Unker Big Jake, Unker Lit- j Jake and Unker Knock Kneed j Jike. There were in one family three ! Generations of Bens, all possessed of a ! mental or physical infirmity. The old n who had been kicked in the head , .. a m'e> was crazy- He spent his / rs »n d pretty nearly all his nights -tending under a broad China tree preaching of the judgment day. He «as Unker Fool Ben. His son, a mid dle aged man, afflicted with an ulcer that made him lame, was Unker Hop pin' Ben. The grandson who trem bled with the palsy and besides was ample minded, was Unker Chilly jkii. Though able bodied, he was never required to do any work and pandered...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 August 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 Congress of; the United States—Other Ver}' Interesting News. The Grand Army will soon advance on Boston. St. Louis is perspiring over a prospect- ; ive beer famine. The new census gives Colorado a pop ulation of about 400,000. The banks of the Mississippi in the vi-; cinity of New Orleans are caving badly. : Orders have been received to remove I intruders from the Fox and Sac reserva tkm. Jack defeated Palo Alto in the trot at i Detroit, although Palo Alto broke the record in two heats. The indications are that the new cen- j mis will show an increase of 250,000 in Virginia'! population. The Pacific Mail has filed at Washing ton a claim for $500,000 against Guate-, mala for the Colima arms seizure. The exports from Canada during the last fiscal year show an increase over the | previous twelve months of $8,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 August 1890

WHITMAN COUNTY HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. [gXBBESTIKa ITEMS CT-LLED FROM PA -1.1)1 OOCHTBT NKWSFAPBSa, COLFAX. From Co;uaioii('r, Bih inst. . Some of the- wheat fields within sight of the city, which presented a spotted appearance come time ago, are develop- ] ing tbo true gold as the days go by. j Cases of bad burning, or other loss, are | few and far between. Sheriff McLean says he has the regu lation eight now confined in the county jail. Cynthia Collett, the -woman cent j up some time ago for CO days, charged ! with vagrancy, is released to-day, her sentence expiring. She manifests some signs of insanity. It is not known just what will be done with this troublesome case. That she is not tit to be at large, is admitted by all who know anything about her. On Monday, while Al Maurio's head- i ing crew was at work at the Thompkin's i ranch, 13 miles south of Colfax, a bad ; accident occured. David Klopenstien was driving a three-horse team to a header-wagon. It was on rough and side...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 August 1890

Tlie Herald. TQO3IAS NEIIJLi, PciJLisaxa. WILL ALLES, Associate Editor. TERMS OF 8UB8CB1FTION: ONSYZAB.. $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY ......1.00 ADVERTISING BATES Ax* liberal, and niad» known on application in . person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rotes. Give us a trial. _^_______ Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Bates. The Idaho Republicans. Boise Crrr, Idaho, Aug. Bing hnm county, one of the largest in the state, and the home of ex-Delegate Dubois, held its primaries Saturday, and the result shows a unanimous senti , ment for Shoup for governor, Sweet for ; congress and Dubois for the senate. •That sentiment has about crystallized in Southern Idaho. Mr. Dubois' friends , have acted very discreetly in not antag onizing any other candidate. Mr. Dubois is known to be a warm friend of j I Mr. Sweet, and his friends seem to share his feelings thoroughly. Dayton Badly Scorched. Walla Walla, Aug. 11.—Early this \ morning fire broke out in Dayton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 August 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 44. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pull* aian, Whitman county, Washington . 2-H Ml Advertisements will be continued »nd charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY ..AUGUST 30, 1890. COUNTY CLERK. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for County Clerk, ' subject to the ■will of the county republican convention. John Pattison. A few short horn bulls for sale, on easy terms, and at fair prices. Can be seeD at my place 9 miles south-west of Pullman, on Union Flat. tf Neil Stewart. W. MeKenzie & Co. are quartered in a tent on Grand street with a full stock of the best brands of tobaccos and cigars. They also have fresh vegetables and fruits, nuts and candies, and will serve ice cream and lemonade at all times. No cards or games on the promisee. The ladies are especially invited. tf The Union Central is now acknowl edged to be the leading life insurance company in the United States. A policy in this company is as safe as government bonds. It is represented...

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