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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 August 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 44. The Herald; Published every Saturday morning at Pull 3>an, Whitman county, Washington . 11l Advertisements will be continued and 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 seen at my place 9 miles south-west of Pullman, on Union Flat. M Neil Stewart. W. McKenzie & 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 premises. 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 her...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 August 1890

The Herald.' IifUHAS SKILL, PcsiiscJKE. ; ti'IZ.L ALLEN, Associate Editor. TT.R-/J5 at BUBSCKIPTTON: • 0K5TEi8.................. „......,$2.00 ' RIXMOSTHBOKLX . ....;......;.:.. t .oo j featured fit the Post O&te Tor Transmission in j _::j:Xbe jLiil* (it Bssosi-dzs* I'uitas.;-..• .j Sophia Pauiom Eczardy. j By-HSgBY Hi-ELAND. |j CHAPTEP. I. ■:- j .ctmiosmr. • In September, 1802, I came back to; New York from a five years' residence : up an art student in Paris, and took a studio with living rooms attached in St. Mark's place. Tho house, which had formerly been ! a private dwelling, was owned and the three lower floors were occupied by an j old Frenchman earned Archimoda Mu-. j cello. .' A large sign .under the drawing room windows road as follows, in let-: ten of gold upon a sable field: '. AIICHIM2DS ITCSZLJJ!, ■ KXTtmsLNiToa op c:*=crs. ■ I chanced to be passing through St. ! Mark's place one dsy shortly after my arrival here, when that sign caught my : attention. It struck mo...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 August 1890

MIDSUMMER NIGHT. tv,wn through the field in the fading light m ukmaia goes with her tin pails bright; stoops by the spring underneath the pines, n d pushes aside the clustering Tine*, Plunges them into the bubbling pool, And holds them, waiting, till drenched and cool; Then rises and goes through the long, wet grass. By the narrow path whore the cattle pass, Cheerily calling, strong and free: ••So-ook-e! So-ooke! Soook-«-el" Orer the hill where the dying sun Lingers a moment when day is done. And flushes the west with a flood of light, The plow boy goes in the fragrant night. Singing and whistling right merrily, for bis heart is clean and his soul Is free; Switching the flowers, and taking no heed How far in the distance the horses feed; Ami thry sidle away with a long, slow lope, Vfhen he calls: "Cop, Fan! Cop, BUI! Cop! Cop: 11 Out to the barnyard the farmer goes. Where the stream steals thro' and sings as It flows; Wearily plodding with soil-worn feet. He yet finds something vagu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 August 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NKII.L, - - - -Publisher WILL ALIEN, - - - Associate Editor FOREIGN GOSSIP. -_ -. —In tho town of La (irasse, France, where the making of perfumes is a great business, phthisis is unknown. —It is said that from the summit of Mount Wane one can see the Tyrol, por tions of France, Germany and Austria, the Mediterranean and Italy as far as tho Apennines. —The pleuro-pneumonia is an exceed ingly costly pest in Great Britain. In ISSU the government paid for the cattle killed to prevent the spread of the dis ease S184.000; in ISST, 82:25,000, and in 18S8, (408,000. —Tho Prince of Wales, Albert Ed ward, recently ordered an Axminster carpet made in one solid piece, with twenty-seven irregular projections. The manufacturer who received the order was in despair, but succeeded so well that when it was laid it fitted like the traditional "paper on the wall." —The Spanish Government is a hard master. It pays the workmen in the Almaden quicksilver mines, which yield an enor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 August 1890

EVOLUTION OF THE JOKE. Ore**. Grntesqu*. l'i>l«'ue and Purely * American snap, ' ••Let me illustrate for your benefit the evolution of the chestnut, or -The gise and Fall of the Comic Skit," 1 re marked Hon. Erastus Qurley, lighting a post-prandial cigar at the Merchants'. The many satelites of the eminent statesman immediately scrambled for chairs in his vicinity. 1 "How often wo hear tbo question 'Who fakes up the comic gags we see in the newspapers?'" continued the politi co-philosopher. "Well, I can assure you that one comic—originally comic—idea is made to cover a good dial of ground nowadays. It is hashed and rehashed by hundreds of cheap humorists all over the country. The same idea reappears in a dozen disguises, and it plays many purts on the journalistic stage. Take an example: The Yonkers Statesman ■ays: I "'The man who Is willing to take things as they come finds usually that ,they never come." I "This skit, you perceive, contains a conceit which attracts attention. B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 August 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor NEWSOF'IHHWtBK J An Epitome of the Happenings of Two Hemispheres. What Is Transpiring In the Congress of the United States—Other Very Interesting News. White Caps have broken out anew at Lancaster, Pa. The census revision complete shows a population of 460,229 for St. Louis. Representative McKinley says Con gress will not adjourn before the middle of September. The Dwyers of New York will dissolve racing partnership at the end of the present season. The World's Fair Directors have not yet been able to agree on a location for the Columbian exhibition. The Pennsylvania State Board of Health has issued a circular treating of precautions against Asiatic cholera. There are about 1,200 enumeration districts to hear from before the census of the United States can be ascertained. The Treasury Department has issued a circular providing for the immediate redemption of $16,000,000 of 4>i per cent, bonds at $1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 August 1890

WHITMAN COUNTY HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. Ikwbbstino item* cc-lled fbom pa louse oousthy nbwspapebs. COLFAX. From Commoner, 22nd i—st. . Many people have supposed that the new court houso will remain plain brick, ga to the outside walls. This ia a mis take. The entire outside of the building j will be finished in cement and stucco \ work. The man who has this contract arrived this week, and tho work of thus finishing the outside walla in imitation of etone begins at onoe. The brick work iB finished this week. . Supt. McCord says this finishing work will occupy a large force of meu two months and a half. One day this week a fire was started at the farm of John Long, 6ix miles south of the city on the Almota road, which come near doing great damage. Mr. Long, it seems had cloaued out his threshing engine that day, and in doing bo, fire had got started. It was not offectually put out, and spread to the adjoining fields of grain. It <*as finally stopped only by the efforts of a heade...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 August 1890

Thejicrald.l >« C. THO*AB NEHJi, Pcsmskeb. -- -_ WO.L ALLEX, Associate Editor. TKCMB Ot SUBSCRIPTION: ONE YEAR ....$2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY .....; ......1.00 ADYEBTIBING BATES Are liberal, and mode known on application in parson or by mail. Legal Notion at the legal rave. Give as a trial. Entered at the Poet Offloe for Transmission in the Mail* at Second-Clara Bates. Letter From Washington, D. C. Special Correspondence, to the Heuald. Washington, D. C., Aug. 27—Can the federal election bill and the tariff bill both be passed by the Senate at this session? Senator Quay thinks that one or the other is bound to be sacrificed; hence his resolution to drop the election bill until next winter. About three fourths of the republican senators differ with Mr. Quay, believing that both bills can easily be passed if the majority of the Senate will only agree to change the rules so as to limit debate, but there's where the trouble comes in. A number of the republican. senators have, up to this t...

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

VOL. 2. NO. 45. Tlie Herald.. • Published every Saturday morning at Pull -"son, Whitman county, Washington . ill Advertisements will bo continued and charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY...SEPTEMBER 6, 1890. Union Pacific Railway. From Pnllman, daily: east-bound: No. 16. Express, leaves at 5:35 pm No. 92, Mixed, leaves at 11:15 a m west-bound: No. 15, E^pross, loaves at 9:37 p m No. 91. Mli '1- leaves at 1 :35 p m Main Lino, Nos. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleeperc, Free Cbair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis. St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line. Nog. 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail.'" carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. - Sbrtlicrn Pacific Railroad. GOING NOETH: Passenger 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 1 9.02 a m ooiso south: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. official directory. CHURCHES. >~ § CONGREGATIONAL CHURC...

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

Thomas v.;> >„ hnai ! Y,li.h AI.LFX. Atwtctate JSdltor. SITTION: forsrsia «2.0:> SIX MONTHS O.ML.V l-OO ad*. EirrrsixQ uatds \r» li!^r?.i, wid ,u%i'* known ob :<i>;>l!c-.uion i" ; r*rs.?c or by ciaiL Jjvjjhl ticasai the legtu i rriijy!. <Hr»- rts a trii.l. _ ;^_ L '_ __■ | tnterii at Uw Fort Office for Tcanunbeion in | t!>p >r'ts.'£ at Boo&iul-CJaS! lUtra. Sophia Paaloyaa Eczardy,-j £j HHSBY HAELAO. | ICoDyriA-at. Ail richta reserved.l j CHAPTBB VL FAINT UEAET. Well, there v>e sat, facing each other. A fortnight slipped away. The health of Dr. Eczardy, as the exterminator kept me informed, continued to improve. Every afternoon his daughter sang and danced for his pleasuring. I conceived a hundred schemes by which an ac quaintanceship between them and me might be brought to pas.?, but I lacked the executive ability to carry out any one of them. The simplest scheme of all, namely, to ask the exterminator to present me, was the least attractive. I real...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 September 1890

SHALL WE MEET AGAIN?' DR. TALMAGE ANSWERS THE GREAT QUESTION AFFIRMATIVELY. The Bible Give* Many Assurances That We Will Know Oar Friends in Heaven. •they Are Waiting- for V* on the Other Side. | Waseca, Minn., July 13. — Rev. Dr. Talmage, who lectured here yester day, preached to an enormous outdoor gathering here today. His subject was, ••Meeting Our Friends in Heaven." The eminent clergyman took for his text II gainuel xii, 23: "I shall go to him." His sermon was as follows: There is a very sick child in the abode at David the king. Disease, which stalks up the dark lane of the poor and puts its smothering hand on lip and nostril of the wan and wasted, also mounts the palace stairs, and bending over the pillow blows into the face of a young prince the frosts of pain and death. Tears are wine to the King of Terrors. Alas for David the king! He can neither sleep nor eat, and lies pros trate on his face, weeping and wailing until the palace rings with the outcry of woe. What arc cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 September 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - -Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor i VICTIMS OF ABSENT MINDEDNESS. Be Was Married, but Ho Forgot That He Was to Take a Wedding Trip. "Never was absent minded in my life," said the little man, who tugged nervously at his, bristling mustache. "But my father had one of the worst cases I ever hoard of. He was a man who used the good oM fashioned birch generously. To add to the good effect of the punishment he and to send us out to cut the switch. If it was not a good one he sent us back for another. Once he sent me cm one of these melancholy erraiids, and as my offense had been playing 'hookey' from school for three days, I was in no hurry to return for my punisluiient. When I came to the room he was pacing thoughtfully up and down the room. " 'James,' he said, 'I am glad you have come. I wanted you for something, but it has slipped my mind. I will recall it in a moment.' And I discreetly backed out of the room with my birch behind mo, and ...

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

."~"^""~ BURDETTE. ' , , « PocU of Different States Make Their Bow Khj >''«■»• Mr J H. Williams, of Norristown, com- ! tatas that a southern poetess rhymes "com" p d "gone." Weil, that's correct; that's a ZL& rhyme where th-i 1"*"> was written and anthorcant bo responsible for the vagaries ci pronunciation all over America. In the Ldof the cypress and myrtle, where they ',v ■•■■■an" and "goan," what is the matter j with making them rhyme? Now in the em pire of Arkansas if a poet should write, He asked you to give him a kiss, did hat it would trouble his New England collabora tor to end the next line of the couplet with •yesterday," but he of Arkansas goes calmly and correctly on with, j; o ;onger than jist yibtiddy. g* also, the poetdaown in Varmaount can ivii'i'" "loss" with "horsa" and "calf" with "•rough.' 1 Moreover, any i>oe; in the republic outside of Pennsylvania, inditing an ode to a well known railway in that state, would make "reading"' rhyme with "bleeding," ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 September 1890

l*iilliimii Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor j NEWS OH THE WEEK. An Epitome of the Happenings of Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring in the Congress of j the United States—Other Very Interesting News. The reorganization of the sugar trust is effected. Chicago is to have an derated termi- j nal railway. The Argentine government proposes to put a tax on tobacco. The population of New England has j increased nearly half a million in ten years. It is pro]>osed to run canal lwats by electricity similar in method to the elec tric cars. The Belle Telephone Company is lay ing some of its wires under ground in j Montreal. The fear is expressed at Montreal that j non-intercourse is to be the American j jiolicy in Canadian affairs. The loss of the Delaware peach-grow ers by the failure of this season's crop is I estimated at from $2,000,000 to $8,000,-1 000. The Canadian Parliament will be dis- ; solved shortly. Sir John Macdonald | will appeal to ...

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

WHITMAN COUNTY i HAPPENINGS IN, OTHEE TOWNS. ■ Ikiekestino ITEMS called , from pa- , UJVSE country NEWSPATEES. | i ." .. ' — * COLFAX. / ] r 1 From Commoner, 29th nit. On last Tuesday, at the Torrence 1 ranch, on the Palouse, west of Coif ax, '1 J. V-'. Soward threshed 3400 bushels of j who; t with a 32-inch. separator, and ;• moved twice during the day. Who can ; j report a better ran for a single day? , A rattling lire alarm was turned in at ] 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. In lees lime than it takes to toll it Main street was full of excited people, running in , erary direction, and trying to discover i the iaro. It w.iS in the smokehouse back i of L. R. Looitnaason's butcher shop. Fortunately it was discovered and ex- i tinguiehei before it had time to spread. , This is the (second time this summer •that firo has started in this same smoke house. I. is centrally situated on Main .street, between Spring and Wall, and is ■one ■ _ ■ id! by wooieu buildings within a few feet ou ever...

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

llicjierald. THOMAS NEILL, Publishtb. WILL ALLEN, Associate Editor. TEUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE TEAK..' ;...... ........$2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY. 1.00 ADVERTISING KATES Aro liberal, nnd made known on application in person or by moil. Legal Notices at the legal ■ rates. Give us a trial. Entered nt tho Poft Office for Transmission in ' t.':« Mails at Second-Class Bates. Letter From Washington, 1). D. Special Correspondence to the Herald. Washington, Aug. 29.— president has returned to the White House great ly refreshed by his week's holiday at the seashore, and pitched into the pile of work that accumulated during his ab eence. He is greatly pleased that his advice was taken by the republican sen ators, and that his political family is again united. The democrats have adopted a new method of filibustering in the House. When they are brought in to answer a call for a quorum they answer to their names and immediately sneak out again, so that when the roll is called for a vote the House is a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 September 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 46. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pull aion. Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisements will . be continued and charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY.. SEPTEMBER 13, 1890. Union Pacific Hallway. From Pullman, daily: EABT-BOUND: No. 16, Express, leaves at ~> .:.."> p m No. 92, Mixed, leaves at. 11:15 a m WEHT-BOtTKD: No. 15, Express, leaves nt 9:37 p m No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 1:35 p m Main Line, Noa. 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, 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 NOBTII: Passenger C.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 CHCRCH....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 September 1890

Tlie Hereilci.! I .- ■ .... pi 1 ■ sat. ;."..'.. ALKKX, .-issoviaic Iklilor. TEEMS3>S SUEBCKIKTIOX: I OKE YEAi: .......':.:..... ■:•■.'•:■ ! SIX MONTi'3 Mil 1.00 ' ADVEiiTiSIMJ RA.TK3 }_ '■ in li'»nii,";.ad Enr.de known pn EpplicßtloD in ; jw.f.m or Vy mail. ! ogi-J N'utica a ..■ Lbs lega! ] rates. Give us c trial. ! Entered at tho Post £00 tor Trim mission in . ihe iir.Us at Seconl-<'lasw ltat«). ! By rmifl chut ran By JOSEPHIirE 30WEN. ! [Copyright by Am trksan Fr-iss Association.] CHAPTER I. "Bt>l<l on for ycur life!" A few miles from where the Bonder j drops its turbid water into the Missis sippi it passes through a region which Las all the dements of the picturesque. A few hundred yards from tlio eastern bank there in a range of mighty bluffs, j sparsely clothed with oak and cedar, and cleft in one place where a road winds down from ilia highlands beyond to cross a bridge, rustic enough, but heavy and strong to withstand the spring freshets. A quarter of a milo abov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 September 1890

SAVED BY A COACHMAN. Mr. Smith's Narrow Escape From a Mother-ln-Law's Vengeance, Mr. Smith, a recently-married man, observed with a foreboding of evil that j his mother-in-law, Mrs. Duzenbury, I had in her eye an ominous glare. When ! ■he looked at him there was a glitter j Is her eye that filled him with appre- . hensions of the most dismal character. ' His worst fears were realized when «he invited him into the parlor for the purpose of having a confidential talk ' with him. i "Yes, Mr. Smith," she began, in ■ solemn voice, "quite inadventently, I i assure you, I happened ——examine your dress coat, and what do you sup- | pose I found on it?" •.."•;■■) One evening not long 1 before this con versation. Mr. Smith, under the pretext : of attending an important meeting at the i lodge, had participated in a stag party ' at which there wore oysters and cham- j pagne, songs, hilarity, etc., so thinking \ that his mother-in-law in some mvste- ] rious manner had got wind of the af fair, wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 September 1890

Pullman Hei-wltl. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor j NEWS OF THE WEEK An Epitome of the Happenings of I Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring in the Congress of ; the United States—Other Very Interesting News. i Papers from all counties in lowa re l»irt the price of farm products still on ' the rise. The whisky interest of Ohio pays a big revenue into the local and State: treasuries. The sum total is $2,5«>0,500. General Vandever is trying to have '■ the Senate take up his bill establishing a Sequoia National Park and pass it this ■ewioß. The City Council of Oklahoma City i has passed an ordinance licensing sa loons at $500 a year, similar to the Ne-| braska law. The headquarters of the Louisiana Lottery Company in Washington City | has been raided by the authorities, and books and tickets seized. The Knoxville Southern railroad . from Knoxville, Term., to Atlanta, Ga., : 2^o miles, has been completed, and trains are now running regularly. An Engl...

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