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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 October 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 49. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pull man, Whitman connty, Washington . SATURDAY OCTOBER 4, 1890. Union Pacific Hallway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: No. 16, Express, leaves at 5:35 pm No. 92, Mixed, leaves at 11:15 a m WEST-BOUND: So. 15, Express, loaves at 9:37 p m No. 91, Mixed, loaves at 1:35 pm Main Line, HM. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Curs 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 Cars between Portland and Chicago. northern Pacific Hull road. GOING KOBTH: Passenger 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m OOINO SOUTH: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 3.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ~~"~" CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.-Services the second, fourth and fifth Sabbaths of each month nt 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'c...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 October 1890

I I lie i.'i ereuci.. lii- L.l ' ie IA CJ . i : ■. .■ ■ : . • iVi!.!. A:.'.?;?:. £j£3efaf« ;:./'/./•. I ■ii.::. Vis or • ■ ;: U'KIPJ I m j ONK JfKAil $2.00 i H>.; „■.■, :.-,..! , 1.00 i _ I .-!->. '.. • , KAT223 ] \:.' li! ■ ■.:'.. n::il uiiu'.o tuovrn -"a npplicatina :•: | ;■•■•■..>..■!■> r...iii. i.< >, i: Notice* .i! ;:■<• leg:! ■ ■.'«.-. <:.;.';. ft trial. ; _____ i _. .... ... j "' i.''"t-."i it tlis i 1 >• [ OfHco for Yrr'T:. ir.i^ion iii ;:!•- '■;....- a* St-ouil-TIrLW <l ■!<*. tests a! to Nineteen. h ! By rEiNiaii? tile. ! CHAPTER IL THINGS THAT THE MOON SIIOKE ON. The viands of the supper at Camp Nineteen differed hardly any from those of ita eight ! a predecessors, and the ! sameness ol tlie fare had begun to offend those of the party accustomed to any de {.reo of luxurious variety; but this time there was one feminine eater and her presence made tha occasion almost a : convivial banquet. Deace Low had a seat en the rough bench at the end o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 October 1890

'■,- MY SALAD DAYS. lamjf youth sings 'love 1 through all hit salad days."-Old Song. ... The thatch upon my mental roof Is growing rather thin. Ami I'm inclined to stand aloof From prattle's merry din. fm fonder of my friend and pipe; I think I'm more serene Hen soon, I fear, will call me rip4^ Although my name is Green. Jllss Mabrtfrad Miss Margery now Declare that I'm a bore; Jio sweet smile greets me when I bowl It was not thus of yore. ■". '"'■■ .And so I view with rapt regret. More fair through memory's haze, 'That pristine period when I yet Was in my "salad days." My much-beribboned loves I seel Where are they now, alas? Ah! If the dears not wedded be. . ' They sleep beneath the grass. . i With maidens fair no more I wind Down shady woodland ways; 'V . .. I left romantic strolls behind _ — In glad old "salad days." . , We had no gay lawn-tennis thea| .._. Yet we could play "love all" As well as any modern men Who deftly "serve" the ball. We drove, we boated, and we danced; We ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 October 1890

I 'nil in .-in Herald. THOMAS NEILL - - - - Publishci WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor UNIQUE COLLECTION. Flower* Kcjiroilureil In <:ias» With Almiwt Incredible Hil.llty. Students of botany have lately had an opportunity to examine a unique collec tion of glass flowers given to Harvard College by Mrs. Ware and her daughter as a memorial i»f Doctor Ware. The ex hibition was held in the lecture-room of the Botanic Gardes at Cambridge, and Prof, (iouilale. the director of the gar den, mi present with his assistants to explain points of interest. These flow ers were made by two Germans, father and son, .iving near Dresden, and so perfectly are all the parts of the plants reproduced that it would have been easy to believe th nt every beautiful blossom- Ing spray lyiiij.r carelessly in the show cases had just been cut from the living stalk. In some cases even the root was pre served. There was a buttercup with half a dozen blossoms and buds, plenty of fresh green leaves, and little f...

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

NATURE'S HEALING POWER. .K.tr»ct of » I.«"ture By S. H. Kellogg, i * M D.. of l!«ttle Creek Sanitarium. There i's no class of men who have so little faith in remedies as really scien tific physicians. The people who have | he most implicit confidence in mcdi- ! cines are those who know the least .bout them. The important thing for every one to know is that nature cures : sick people, not doctors. Suppose a man accidentally cuts off the end of his ! thumb; the doctor puts the piece on quickly, fastens it with a few stitches and says he thinks it will soon be welL lie may put on at the same time a little salve or ''n 'nt wh'ch he assures the ! patient has gre.-U healing qualities, but ! intelligent people know that nothing can effect a healing-; that nature must take up the broken stitches gradually and knit the thumb on. This of course la a pain case, but it is analogous to the process by which any part which has been damaged must be repaired. It is not done by medicines or by magic ...

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

I 3iillm«.ii Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEK. - - - 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 Very Interesting News. New York police are raiding Chinese gambling houses. A company has been formed at St. Ixniis to buifd a big distillery. The Alabama Farmers' Alliance is cornering the cotton crop of that State. The next convention of the Souvenir Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., will be held in St. Louis. Ocean freights are lower at Quebec than tney nave been for sixteen years, especially on lumber. Indians, al>out three hundred of the;u, have Iteen in Camp at Athens, Mich., trying to get converted according to the civilized way. The increase of the earnings of the Illinois Central the past year is $1,29 >,• 405. The increase in the net earning was but $51,761. General Grierson's insane son, who made his escape from a private insane asylum at Jacksonville, 111., h...

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

WHITMAN COUNTY iurrr.N>:v^ IX other towns. JvTEKESTIXO ITEMS COLLED FROM T\- IX)L'SE COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS. COLFAX. From Gazette, 26th nit. Sheriff McLean departed for Walla Walla Tuesday, having in custody John Moras, who was sentenced by Judge Ruby this week for horso stealing. John has seven years to serve. H. H. McCord, superintendent of con struction of the new court house, states that everything is being done to push work ahead on that structure, and that it will be ready for occupancy not soon er than March 1. Peleko Mox Mox, the Indian horse theif whoso arm was amputated here several weeks ago, is in condition to be removed, and tho attending physicians have notified the authorities of Douglas county, where the crime was committed, of that fact. The front of the engine house is being remodeled to accommodate both the engine and the hook and ladder outfit. Two large double doors will take the place of the single one, as heretofore, thus enabling the machines to run out togeth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 October 1890

T^Le^€eralcL THOSIAS NULL, PcßLisnKß. WILL ALLEX, Associate Editor. TEIUB OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE Xfilll $2.00 BIX MOST!:.! ONLY 1.00 ADVEKTISINQ KATKS Are liberal, nnd made known on application in 1 enoc or by mail. Legal Notices at UlO legal rates. <4iv« '.:** a trial. Entered at i!i<> Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Bccond-(^laB8 llat««. Letter From Washington, D. C. Sppci:u (1 mepondaooe to thp Hkhald. WAS-iivrroy, Sept. 26. 1890.—The ju.'Kinh'v tariff bill has been reported i, .■ : oonterenoe. Of course it does not please all of the republicans. That would be too much to expect of the work of mere mortals; but it comes as near satisfying them all as any bill of the kind could possibly do, and there is not the slightest doubt that it will receive th ■ support of every republican in both House :,nJ Sennte. No delay is ex | i in tlio disposal of the bill, though there are rumors of intended democratic filibustering in the Senate in order to keep congress in sess...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 October 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 50. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pull man, Whitman county, Washington . 4.11 AdTertiaomenta -will be continued and charged tor until ordered out. SATURDAY OCTOBER 11. 1890. Union I'nciflc Hallway. i'roni Pullman, daily: F.AST-BOCKD: No. 16, Express, leaves st 5:85 p m No. '.)!. Mixed, leaves nt 11:15 a in WEST-BOL'ND: No. 15, press, leavoeat 9:37 p m No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 1:35 p m Main Lone, No-'. 1 and 2, The Overland Fly er," carry ■ rough Pullman Sleepers, Colonist pern, Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mi.-i Line, Nog. 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mai!," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago, Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING NOHTII: Passenger 0.15 a m , Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m going south: ']■ - '•-' r 7.05 p m I'iuight and Accommodation 3.20 p m 1.. F. ( RAWFOBD, Agent. OFFICIAL niRECTOHV. CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHUBCH.=-Berviee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 October 1890

Tlio Herald. liftttaa NULL, Publishes. WILL A.H.VS, 'Associate Editor. i ■ Mffl of BUBSCBrPTION: co;e tear 52.00 BU MONTHS O>:iA' 1 .OO A!.\!.,Y:.->:.:; RATES Are liberal, rtJ msua known on application in i y.yrecn or by moil. Legal Notices at the i gal ri.tca. (rive OS ,1 Iri.ll. Ijit. rod at tha Post ? :!i -.■ for Trxcsmifviiun m i i! .• .;.■;:- lit Second-doss Hate?. Guests at Camp Nineteen.; By FEASXLH FILE. They emerged cautiously into the darkness, which had become a3 heavy as 1 rain laden clouds could make it, and passed a dozen tfots and wagons in j which no signs of w&kefulnet i were given by the occupants. Suddenly Will, | Who was ahead, drew Deuce back behind j a wheel lie had heard the approach of j footsteps, and there was barely time to I ensconce themselves before Aleck Wiaina i passed by ho cl-jaoly that they could have; touched him. Will left Deuce whore she I was and stole after the man until he en tered his own tent. It was a small one, exclusive to Wiai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 October 1890

1 TEE RED CHEST. '> .■•■■■ i An Experience in the Life of a Russian Detective. In 188—1 was briefly in the service of the Imperial Criminal Detective I Police Bureau, in St. Petersburg, which ! Is distinctly different from the civil I secret service, dealing almost wholly with political offenders, with whose in famously - barbarous employment I would have nothing to do. A series of extraordinary robberies bad been effected from the luggage van | of a number of trains on the St. Peters- | burg & Odessa railway. 1 was, therefore, not surprised at be- \ ing one day summoned by General Triposki, the chic* of the department, who Slid to me, after some preliminary words: "(Jo to see Ben Moyenstein, the lug gage superintendent, and see what you ' can make of these robberies. You can ! even conceal yourself in the van of the ! next through train, if you see fit. "If you succeed in solving the mys- j tery and bringing the perpetrator or perpetrators to justice, I guarantee you speedy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 October 1890

Pullman Hornld. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - ft—ii iitii TiTitnr' GIANTS OF THE FOREST. Eome Interesting I'oliita About the En or moos Trees of California. There are ten groups of Sequoia gi gantea in the Sierra Nevada mountains, and the descriptions of most of them are found in the writings of Muir, Whitney and Clarence King. Beginning at the north these groups are named as follows: The Calaveras grove, the South Calaver as grove, the Tuolumne grove, the Merced grove, the Mariposa grove, the Fresno grove, tho Dinky grove, the King's River grove, the New King's River grove, and the large Kaweah grove. The latter consists of a number of small sequoia forests extending over a belt of country five miles wide and fifty miles long. It is m this region that the Kaweah colony of solists have secured most of the timber lands and are now building large mills. It is not probable that in ten years any of these ten forests groups will remain except the Calaveras groves, and p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 October 1890

■," tHE PRAIRIE FARMER. X,' rye lived hero now for thirty years, Ml, gttanger, ''" be bound There's not a better farm in all this Western country round, But somehow st this time of year, like fever In the blood, A restless feeling o'er me steals that's hard to be withstood. I can not work, I can not rest, but far away would roam, for now the orchards are in bloom in my New England home. rre prospered well: these level fields as far as I you can sec. They are all bought and paid for, and they all belong to me. | I never could have done so well at home, yo» may be sure; i I often smile to think upon those farms so thin and poor, But as I sit behind my team and plow the deep ' black loam, I gee the apple trees In bloom round my New England home. I Straight east I draw my furrows wide to meet the rising sun, ! Then turn and drive straight westward, and so j till day is done; i And then in autumn's glorious time, when days are calm and bright, Miles upon miles or ripening grain wave in t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 October 1890

I»iillmß,n HoriUd. 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 Very Interesting News. Work on the Tehuantepec railroad in Mexico is progressing favorably. Salvator, the great racer, has grown very thin, and is unfit for hard work. It ie reported that another trunk line from New York to Chicago is to be built. Ward McAllister finds it necessary to deny a rumor that he intends lecturing. The Rock Island road has distributed 12,000 bushels of seed wheat in Okla homa. Large deposits of phosphates have been discovered in Georgia near the Florida boundary. Carlos J. Edgerly, the husband of Rose Coghlan, has secured a divorce on the ground of desertion. New York wine importers, anticipat ing the increase from 50 to 75 cents a gallon, are laying in stock. New York city veterans are moving for the erection "of a G. A. R. memorial hall on an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 October 1890

HITMAN COUNTY jjAPFENINOS IN OTHER TOWNS. IxTEItISTEKJ ITEMS CT-LLED FBOM PA LOCSE OOCNTKY NEWSPAPERS. COLFAX. from Commoner, 3rd inst. On Monday evening the sky to the east of Coif ax was lighted up by a deep red glow, and there were many conject ures as to what was burning. Tuesday the information reached here that the post oflice at Viola, Idaho, eighteen miles east of here, had been burned to the ground, and nil tho mail in it do strpyccl by flames. M. Shreck, who has boen a charge up on the county for the past three years, lias been sent to Germany by the county commissioners, he having given his cou gent to the move. The commissioners decided that it was cheaper to take this action than to maintain him for an in definite period at the public expense. Plastering on the new court house will begin on Monday, and be pushed through as rapidly as possible. The county commissioners have made an im portant alteration in the plans by order ing a pressed steel ceiling for the court room...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 October 1890

The Herald TilOiUS XEII.L, Pcbusxxb. WILL ALLEN, Associate Editor. TfJEiIS or SCEUCniPTION*: on YEAH $ii.o« SIX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 ADVERTISING bates Am liberal, .-.;;.! made known on application in |*rsoQ or by mail, I^egal Notices at the le;;«-J rates. (ii.v us a trial. Eota »". 'hn Post 0 ■•<■ for Transmission ill the JtaCl at :■■ .■,: I last Ithtes. (Hi: CHOICE FOB tj. S. senator. Watson C. Squires. Whitman County Republican Ticket. For Auditor, J. J. LABWOOD. For Clerk, 8. D. WOODWARD. For Prosecuting Attorney, F. M. ELLSWORTH. For Sheriff. JOHN" LATHEOif. For Treasurer, JAMES S. CLAIUi. For A M H. M. BOOKS. For Superintendent of Schools, CHAIILEd W. DEAN. For Surveyor, F. P. HESICK. Fur Curoner, D. H. SHAW. For Commissioners, let Dist., BRYAN WESTACOTT. 2nd Disk, JOHN GIBSON. 3rd Dist., CIIAS. W. JOHNSON. Bt&te Senators, Ctli Dist., B. B. OSTEANDEB. 7th Dint., T. J. SMTH. State Representatives. ( JOSEPH AIIF.ASJIITU. 7th nisi., ■{ (W. C. BP.ATTAIN. ( J. B. wicks. Bth Didt....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 October 1890

VOL. 2. NO. 52. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Puli man, Whitman county. Washington . ill Advertisements will bo continued and charged for until ordered out. SAT DAY OCTOBER 25, 1890. Union Pacific Hallway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: So. 16. Express, leaves at 5:35 p m Ho. itt, Mixed, Leaves at 11:15 a m WEST-BOUND: !?o. 15, Express, leaves at 9:87 p m Ho. 91, Hlxed, leaves at 1:35 p m i Main Line, No«. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," curry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free (.'hair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Lcrai*, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Bleeping Can be'.*e:'a Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. oonra >.oeth: Pa»scn(;or 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 v m GGINQ SOUTH: Pmwnger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 3.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. *~%'V >~ CHDRCHEa """"" CONGREGATIONAL CH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 October 1890

The HeretldJ THOMAS KEU :.. I'ußLisiir.R. V. li.!, .IZ,LEX, Associate Editor. TERMS 6? BDB3CHIPTIOK: ONE YEAR t-:- Bix MosTira onia" i. adti:ktising bates Ara liberal, and muds known on application i: [Anon or by r;: ■!. Legal Kotices tin h>%-y, rates. I live un a trial. Entered at (lie Post Office l" .1- Transmission to (he Stiiiis .-it Second-dasa lu.ia. ■I>r. Lutz, l!:<s Lcj>rr Carer. Sister Ross Gertrude writes to us ac follows from licuclulu: "Dr. Lutz, the eminent dennntologiEtj who L::s studied \\-.-: disease of leprosy in Brazil for ten yea;-?, has already effected some wonder ful improvements in the patients under his care at Knlihi, ad the people do not know how lo bo grateful enough to him for '. '■• affectionate care and indefatiga ble efforts to restore them to health. "Indeed the government ha* received numerous petitions to nominate Dr. Lutz its president of the Hawaiian board of health, to give him tlio charge and control of all the lepers or suspects, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 October 1890

CALEBS DAUGHTER. "Mid Caleb l kid, tit' that smi'eth Kirlath _'),,.;■ and tnlt< Hi it, to him will I give Achsah, mv daughter, to wife. And Othniel, the son <if KuUaE,; Caleb's younger brother, look it." -Judges 1:12 IS. I beard the voice of Caleb, my f thar, on the day When the warlike men of Judah stood in their bold array: And they looked toward the conflict like the war horse in his might, And the Bashing of their spearheads was a fierce and wondrous sight. ■•Go ye op I" Kirjath-sepher," so came my father's words, "And drive out the men of Canaan with their flocks and with their herds; Ami the mighty man of valor who shall thrust them from the land. Into him there Shall be given yonder darU-eyed maiden's hand." then! reeled with sodden fatntness, and the color tl"«i my obeek, Am! [strove to cry: "Mj father," but m; lips refu-'d to -j»< ak ; And I dared not lift my eyelids unto o:ie who loved me well, jvr I k!i'-w Lbe same fear whitened the brow of Othi Tea, oft beneath ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 October 1890

PnllmH.ll Hoi*«.l«l. THOMAS KEILL, - - - -Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor j A MAGNIFICENT CHEEK. A Salmnian Who Envied Its ColloMl | Proportions. A little elderly man with a timid air, and whose thin form was covered with a long i ulster, stood undetermined in the doorway of a well known clothier's on Broadwmy yester day afternoon gravely stroking a pair of | gray side whiskers that partially covered his •harp face. He seaman 1 to be trying to gather '. courage eooogfa to enter. Suddenly he sue- \ oredpd, opened the door and sidled up to an exctwdinglv well dressed and handsome sales man. In a low, gentle voice, as if he stood In great awe of the salesman, he asked to be shown some $10 overcoats. The sales man, in that condescending manner peculiar to handsome men, got some out, aud continued getting some out and in getting some anger until he had tried on the little man a sample of all the $10 overcoats in the ' place. The customer's awe seemed to grow with the ■desman...

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