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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 September 1890

i THE WIDE OPEN DOOR. SUBJECT OF DR. TALMAGE'S SER MON FOR SUNDAY, JULY 2O.:?« The Brooklyn Divine Tells of the Won drrful Receptive Power of Heaven— The Poor, the Kirh. the Sick, the Well, the learned and the Ignorant All Welcome. Brooklyn, July 20.—"The Wide j Open Door" was the subject of Dr. Tal- \ ■age's sermon today, the text being Rev. iv. 1: "And, behold, a door was opened in heaven." John had been the pastor of a church in Ephesus. He hud been driven from his position in that city by an indig nant populace. The preaching of a pure and earnest gospel had made an excitement dangerous to every form of iniquity. This will often be the result j of pointed preaching. Men will flinch under the sword strokes of truth. You ought not to be surprised that the blind man makes an outcry of pain when the surgeon removes the cataract I from his eye. It is a good sign when you see men , uneasy in the church pew and exhibit log impatience at some plain utterance of truth which smites a pet ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 September 1890

l*ullmitn Henilil. THOMAS NEILL, - - - -Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor BOLD PETE MCARTNEY. One uf the Most Successful Crook* in th« History of Crime. "The cleverest thief that ever I had any thing to do with while connected with the Secret-Service Department of the United States Treasury Depart- i ment," said Major Thomas E. Lonergan, j "was Pete McCartney. He was born I and raised in Souttiern Illinois, and ; could not boast any education. Yet he was in every sense a picturesque figure in criminal annals. He was the only Ban I ever met who educated himself so a-> to be able to do any thing con nected with counterfeiting. He could engrave a plate, make his own inks and paper and print the complete note. ICoCartnej had been arrested : many times prior <to my ar rest of him, and had always managed to escapes. I captured him at Venice, 111., \ on Bloody Island, the famous old duel- : ing ground >f that section of the coun- ; try. which was a little north of East ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 September 1890

WHHMAJS COUNTY HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. mBtBDN ITEMS CI>IjLED FBOM PA- I/HTSE COUNTRY NEWSPAPEBB. COLFAX. From Commoiipr, sth inst. The brick work on the new county court house has been completed and work is now being poshed on the orna mental roof which is to grace the structure. Sheriff McLean and his deputies are ■ftat the delinquent tax-payera vrith a sharp stick. During the month of Aug;wt thay succeeded in collecting $2,630.95 of the delinquent tax list. L. H. Moluturff displayed a 2J pound Early Rose potato in the Commoner sanctum yesterday morning. It was raised in bis gardea in North Colfax. Seven hills dug yielded 50 pounds. This is not bad for city spuds. old bridge which has spanned the rivir at the crossing of South Main street for many years will soon bo re duced to kindling wood. It is being rapidly removed to give way to the. handsome new structure at its side. baseball clubs, made up from mg America of Palonee City and Oolfax, played a game of ball at the fair ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 September 1890

Tlie Herald.i THOMAS N2ILL, Pcuijseib. WILL ALI.ESy, Associate Editor. TERMS OF SCESCKIKTION: iil-". ONE YEAR ....>................... $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 P ADVERTISING KATES Are liberal, and made known on application In person or by mail. Legal Nvticcs at the legal | rates* Give o& a trial. - ;■ ■ V •Atoned at Ihe Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Clans Bates. . : ■ Govbbnob Earn says he is not a * candidate for re-election. Here is a good opening for some enterprising politician. t \ •;? In order that the McKinley tariff re vinon bill might be passed this congress the federal election bill has been laid aside for a time, and it is hardly prob able that any thing will be done with it this session. But the respite to illegal voting and intimidation of voters will be abort, as tho demand for honest elections and a fair count cannot be silenced until the evil is remedied, and from the opposition to this bill encountered in the South it would seem that t...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 September 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 47. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pall ai»n, Whitman county, Washington . SATURDAY..SEPTEMBER 20, 1890. Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: EABT-BOCKD: No. 16, Express, leaves at 5:35 pm No. 92, Mixed, leaves at. 11:15 a m WEST-BOUND: No. 15, Express, loaves at 9:87 p m No. 91, Mixed, loaves at 1:33 p m Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING NORTH: Passenger 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m GOING SOUTH: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY." CHOBCHBB. CONGREGATIONAL CHUBCH.-Services the second, fourth and fifth Sabbaths of each month at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. in the Methodist Episcopal House of Worship. Hun t . day school in th« school house at 10 o'clock a. m. each Sunday. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Communion service the second Sabbath in Septembei. Mrs. N. F. Cobleioh, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.—Ser vices on first and third Sabbaths...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 September 1890

Tlu Her gild..: " OKAS HEIiA, pßfcUMoa. ; WIX.L. ALLES, Associate Editor. . TEU3IS OF SUBSCBIETIONs ONE YBA.B ;.......; .$2.00j SIX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 — ADVERTISING RATES Aiv liberal, r.;nl mad* known on application in ' person or by mail. Legal Notices at tbe l«gal I rates. Give ns a trial. * Ij ; ; ; —— ! Entered at the Post Office for TnumnisKion in ; the Mails .-.l S«e<md-CiiM>s !i.:■■•.. ! 1 Til'? SONDER. I *--■■.-■■ ■ - ■ ■* i _ i By JOSEPHIUE BOWES. "You must be growing delirious again, Mr. Forrester." Here he began to revolve in his mind the subject of a reward. "Confound Selwyn's pride!" he said to himself. "I know girls—there are thou sands of things that they want; and 1 am going to find oat what she would like." His reflections were interrupted by the entrance of Jariie herself, with her hands full of early wildfiowsrs. which she laid on a stand at his side. "How well you look!" he exclaimed half enviously. "Do you know, Miss Janie, the doctor says that I have trou b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 September 1890

THE POWER OF KINDNESS O ERMON DELIVERED SUNDAY, AUG. ■* 24, BY DR. TALMAGE. •1 Soft Tongue Breaketh the Bone" Hi* Text _A stronE Discourse In Which One • of the Great Lessons of Life It Strik ingly ""' Concisely Enforced. i Cincinnati. Aug. 24.—Dr. Talmage, j v ho is in this city, today discoursed on j 8 power which, if it had been used as j extensively as Christ intended it to be j used, would have saved the church and j the world from infinite discord and sor roW the power of kindness. His text waS( "A soft tongue breaketh the bone" ("Prov. xxv, 15). Following is his sermon : When Solomon said this he drove a whole volume into one phrase. You of course will not be so silly as to take the words of the text in a literal sense. They simply mean to set forth the fact that there is a tremendous power in a fcind word. Although it may seem to be very insignificant, its force is inde scribable and illimitable. Pungent and all conquering utterance, "A soft tongue "breaketh the bone." If th...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 September 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor \ Bismarck's Fortune. We have the most trustworthy infor mation to prove that the fortune of Bis- ' Diarck may be estimated at more than 1100,000 income. He is one of the larg est landed proprietors of Prussia. He owns a brewery, a paper factory, a saw , mill and distilleries. He was alway9 proud to say that everything that was consumed in his house was the product of bis own property. The donations given to him on spvec.il occasions formed the greater portion of his fortune. His property at Varan was purchased ; by him in 1866, after the war with Aus- ! tria, with the $300,000 which were then j presented to him. After the war of 1871 Enijieror William took out of the indem- ' nity milliards §800.000 for M. de Bis- : UKtrek, and this sum served to purchase the great domain of Friederichsruhe. This latter castle is remarkable for its I simplicity. There are some portions of ■ it that arc simply whitewa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 September 1890

SES OF THE ROMANS. 4tu » Found a Cn;>ital or Hrlck and I.i ft One of Marble. n the early apes of Rome, the hottses ere merely thatched cottages. After the city «as burned by the Gauls, they built in a more spacious and con- T eniet style, and of more substantial material*; but so great was the haste to lave them erected, that no attention vas paid to tho regularity of the streets. Every one sot down his habitation ao lording to his own taste or fancy. The success of the Roman arms in Greece served to introduce an immense improvement in the Roman architect ure, and toward the Augustan era, Rome might well boast of the magnifi cence of her buildings. During the reign of Augustus, the improvements seem to have been conducted on a very extensive scale, and to have justified tbe Emperor in exclaiming, that he had found Rome of brick and had left it of marble. Still, however, the streets con tinued narrow and crooked, and the houses were for the most part of wood, generally of three st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 September 1890

Pullman-' Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publiehci WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editoi NEWS OF THE WEEK. An Epitome of the Happenings ol Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring in the Congress ol the United States—Other Very Interesting News. Indians are dying off rapidly in South Dakota. It is proposed to use Castle Garden for military meetings and drills. A special Grand Jury has been called to investigate the crimes recently com mitted in Cincinnati. The Johnstown Flood Commission has appropriated $5,000 to continue the work of searching for the dead. An infamously unsanitary state of af fairs has been unearthed on Blackwell's Island, New York City's prison. A party of expert oil drillers has just sailed from New York to India, where they are wanted to search for oil. The New York Produce Exchange has unanimously adopted resolutions ap proving Blame's reciprocity policy. Travelers returning from Europe com plain bitterly of the clearness of every thing relating to the material living....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 September 1890

WHITMAN COUNTY HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. ISTKBESTLNQ ITEMS CULLED FROM PA LO USE COUNTBT NEWSPAPERS. "... ' '""■'.■ GOLF AX. : From Commoner, 12th innt.. A deputy U. S. marshal came over from Spokane yesterday and took to ■ that city one John Peterson, who is up for selling whiskey to Indians. This is I a United States case and will be tried in Spokane. Last Saturday evening, just at dark, a suspicious looking character was seen to quietly slip away from the front of Harris & McDonald's grocery store with a bunch of brooms tucked under his arm. Mr. McDonald was notified of the oc currence, who, calling to his aid. Chief Mackay, at once proceeded to hunt the fellow up. He was soon found, minus the brooms, which he failed to satisfac torily account for. Brought before Justice Pattison he was found guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of $25 and costs. He languisheth in the county jail for 14 days. He gave his name as Thomas Jones. A little over a year ago, Edward Jones, living on A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 September 1890

Tlie Herald. THOMAS NKILL, Pteusheb. IYZLL ALLKy, Associate EdU&r. '"•'■''.'■'- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE TEAK ,$2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY. ......... ..1.00 ADVERTISING HATES ;.i. Are liberal, and nmdo known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices ot the legal n.tc*. Giro as a trial. : : , Entered at the Post Office for TranHroission in tie Mails at Second-Claps Ratos. Letter From Washington, ». C. Bpf'CV-1 Correspondent to the llebald. WAsaisoTOX, Sept. 12.—Representa tive Duunel lias introduced a roappor tionmont bill on the basis of one repre sentative in the House for each 180,000 of population. This will add 24 to the membership ot the House, making a total of 534 members. Alabama, Cali fornia, Colorado, Michigan, MJesouii, Kew Jersey, Oregon, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin will each Rain one; Ar kansas, Illinois, Kansas and Pennsylvania each gain two, and Minnesota, and Ne braska three each. Ohio and Virginia c-aoh lose one member. The ovation given the Speaker wh...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 September 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 48. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pull man, Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY..SEPTEMBER 27. 1890. Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: No. 10. Express, leaves at 5:85 p m No. 92, Mixed, leaven 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, Nob. 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. Loos?, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 3 and 4, "The Limited Faßt Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Care between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Hail road. GOING NOETH: 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. " """"""""' CHOBCHBB. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Serv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 September 1890

'i\tie ileraici. I&OXAS SKILL, Pv. uiskk. v. j IVTIT.L ALLTZX, Associate Editor. \ TEEMS OF SCBSCeiFTIONi '. OXETEAU . $:!.<>:> BIX MONT-IS ONLY t .'JO ; Ai>VKirrirUNG IUTKB j Ar» liberal, md made known o-j application in ! }>o'si'a or by mail. IjogiJ N'oiic;* .v. iJ.-e l»t;nl ] r;it«;t. (iive us a trial. Entered .->♦. the Post 035c0 tor Transmisnion [a . '■■' Mail* ;.t ■•.nil-Cic; M liates. ; wills; By ABDESSB3 "JOITES-PO3TSB. CHAPTER IV. One night as we walked a shadow fell in \ front of vs. The Thingvalla. which was expected to arrive at the end of the following month, would have given Olef time to convert my securities and reach New York. Just eighteen days after posting my - letter I received a cablegram dated at ■ Stockholm which told me that Olefs father had died, and that a visit to the | States would be impossible This cable- j gram bore Olefs signature, and as 1 read it my spirits fell beneath their load of sorrow. 1 refused all oilers of consola tion...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 September 1890

Oft HOUSEHOLD MOTTOES. Ou»Ktlon ni.niMMl hv the Frequent *" V ." em of a Bar-Itoom. "Hyk«» he you a-takin' to puttin' up them there mottors?" inquired the man w ho never went home, eyeing the spat ter-work sign, "Peace and Prosperity!" which Mr. Hyke had newly hung behind the bar. "Wai. now, it's amazin' how fashions will (jit hold! They ain't a house you go into, nor a store, neither, but what the Golden Rule or the Commandments is starin' you in the face from some wheres. Are the community livin' up to 'em any bettern they used to, think? It seems to me, llyke, more like they're kinder sneakin' out of it in this way, like the feller that writ his pra'rs onto a shingle so's ho could point to 'em cold niirhts, 'n' say: 'Them's my sentiments!' instid of gittin' to his knees. I've noticed the more people ain't livin' up to a mottor, the more it's bound to be stuck up over their chimbly-piece. When you go into a house, 'n" set down 'n' read: 'God Bless Our Homo!' you kin take big odds ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 September 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor TRAVELING FOR PLEASURE. Let Nothing Disturb the Mental Quiet Necessary to Knjoynient. There aro people so organized that it is a mistake for them to travel by any means except those of books. Their explorations into the world should bo confined to their own firesides and piaz zas, using the medium of other men's eyes and pens to know the world that lies beyond their gateways, so little aro they adapted to boar the contact with other people or the change of habit that a change of place involves. There are people who, to be endurable as travelers, would need to liave their home put on wheels, with all its be longings; so dependent are they on "things" to be comfortable. Their bones actually seem to form them selves to certain chairs, their appetites to certain seasonings; and no chair offers rest, or food feeds them, but that to which they are wedded, and from which they can not be divorced. Such people...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 September 1890

U. S. SENATE PAGES. a. Bright Lot of Boys, One the Son of a Senator. Th , y r«n Only Serve lift ween the Aril of Twelre anil Sixteen—What They - Think of I'«*n<linu Senators—Well Paid and Very Ambitious. [copyright, 1890.] IAT It the Senate pages should strike?" The ques ti on was once asked by a gentleman who sat beside me in the United States Sen ate gallery and noted how heavily the Senators lean on the fourteen little fel lows who perform . errands for them. It seemed to him, he said, that such a strike would stop the wheels of Government; and so it might if there were no means of filling the plaies of the strikers, for presumably very lew of tne Senators would know ! where to go or what to do to procure the documents, etc., for which they keep the pacres running. But about the Capitol and in the several departments of public life in Washington there are enough men of National renown who began their political careers as pages to fill the places of all these boys; so— What if ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 September 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor | —————^——^—^— | NEWS OF THE WEEK An Epitome of the Happenings of j Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring in the Congress of the United States—Other Very Interesting News. A big cattleman says all the stock will ! lie removed from the Cherokee Strip on , time. New York importers and jobbers say j business has not been so active for years j as now. The population of St. Paul is now given at 133,301; that of Minneapolis, 164,780. The Jamaican^ propose to retaliate for any discrimin: ti n by our government I against their sugar. The present store of silver in the j United States Treasury is 9,000 tons—a trifle of 450 carloads. The Erie canal last year moved 5,370,- i 36!) tons of freight—a very large showing, i but not the largest in its history. Ohio ranks first in the number of pen sioners and in the amount paid in pen sions to the residents of that State. Nearly 3,000 miles of submarine cable \ are short...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 September 1890

WHITMAN COUNTY! HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. JSTEBTSTISa ITEMS culled from pa- LOUSE COrXTHY KIiWSPAPEIW. COLFAX. From Commoner, 19tli inst. There is some talk of circulating a petition among the business men of the city, with which to raise sufficient funds to buy a town clock and have it placed in the dome of tho new court house. Indian Mox Mox, who was up for stealing horses, and who was shot not long sineo by a Douglas county sheriff, I had sufficiently recovered last Monday to be removed from the city hospital to tbo jail. He still insists that he is innocent. The city justice court was crowded to overflowing last Wednesday afternoon when tho case of John Hargraves and Chas. Coyle was called. Wednesday morning Hurgrnvos got a little too much ' bitters" aboard and went out into a ■woodshed to sleep. In a few moments a b.ir-tender stepped to r. back window and saw a man in the act of going through Hargraves' pockets. He was immediate ly arrested and gave his name as Chas. Coyle. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 September 1890

The Herald. THOMAS NEILL, PrBIJBHEB. WILL ALLKX, Associate Editor. TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE YEAR .$2.00 81X MONTHS ONLY. 1.00 ADVERTISING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates, Give us a trial. Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails Rt Second-Class Rates. Republican County Convention. Tho delegates to the republican county convention commenced to assem ble in Coif ax about noon, of the 19th inst, and by evening two-thirds were all in town. A caucus was held in the evening to discuss the Becker-Living stone matter. The matter was discussed pro and con. Some held that the con vention should proceed to business with out taking any action, while others claimed that some action should be taken in order to protect future central committees, the latter idea prevailed and the action of the committee sustained. It was also agreed that an outside man should call the convention to order, and the caucus electe...

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