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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 April 1891

fine Crops. rru „ I Mirror. I R iven etl no 'WeaiherOttbefeWW6ekß^ ZZ r >armerß an opportune to get U-ptao. f srala under good h^ way negroid never was id better cond.hon for working than now. Fall "own graia i 8 looking splendid and,f the Preseot prospect oonlinnes, the Palouse com,., v will protean immense crop tbisseaso, The fruit crop will without » doubt be , 0 a healthy condition and is putting out a heavy bloom. A Law on Divorce. _ Ormington Newspaper.) Married people who are about secur ing d.vorees should know that the law allows six months in which to take an appeal, and that the supreme court is liable to reverse the decision of the low er court. The law forbids the marriage of a divorced peron for the term of sis months, vet a considerable number of married persons cannot afford to remain Single for so long a period, and ha>ten to avail themselves of the responsibility Bach persons would find themselves in an awkward position, if the supreme court should happen to ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 April 1891

Tlie Hereild. WILFOPD ALLEN, Editor and Publishes TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE YEAR.... $200 SIX MONTHS ONLY". " i.'.iV.V.V.V.V. Tioo ADVERTISING RATES ■>*■ liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the leg. 1 rates. Give us a trial. i Kntered at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Rates. The subject of having a public foun tain, which was agitated through the ootatmn of the Hekald last week, ha* been taken up by the Spokane papers in favor of their city. The Chronicle, in its issue of last Wednesday, had the fol lowing unbodied in an article: "We •.ttainly Oftooot afford to be behind our vouibful bat promising neighbor in sach a matter. Indeed if Pullman has roe fountain, why can't we have a Ebeea f They would prove a great boon :o the thirsty wayfarer; and lend an ad litioaal attraction to our beautiful thoroughfares," There is no good reason why both Pullman and Spokane should not have these fountains, and as the cost...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 May 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 27. The Herald.. -— Publish,*! every Saturday morning at Poll ■• ■">. \\ hitman county, Washington . All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. Union Pacific Uatluay. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: No. It;. Expreaa, loaTeß •*-." 5-05 p m No. 92, Mixed, leaves at 10:00 a m WEBT-BOCSD: No. 15, lr"BS- leaves at 11:58 a m No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Main Line, Ho*. 1 nnd 2, "The Overland Fly er, carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Weepers, Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St Louie, St. Panl or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. Band 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Xorthern Pacific Railroad. OOINO NORTH: Passenger 40 „ m I reight and Accommodation 10.05 a m GOING south: Passenger 6.45pm r reight and Accommodation 3.35 p m I-.EWISTON BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 am Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. B. LORD, Agent. SATURDAY MAY 2 ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 May 1891

State Sews in Brief. Walla Walla has grown bo much that her citizens fear a water famine the pre- Bent summer. A •■'■'■.:■ lias been formed ;it Su mas City with a capital stock of $25,000 to build a hotel at that place. ElloDsbufgh people complain that the dry weather is affecting the crops in that section quite seriously. Dayton has a public library and the city council allows *20 ; , month to help it out. Membership fees are 25 cents a mouth. A trail is to be cut from E^tst Sonnc to the top of Mount Constitution, from which point the finest view „■ Page) Sou is attainable. The Methodists of Whatcom will build a pew church this summer. It is expected to ba one of the handsomest buildings on tho bay. A new irrigation company, known at the Central Ditch Company, has beet organized in Kittitas county, with ; capital atock of 175,000. Paul F. Eieckor, of Seattle, an. H. E. Parrish, of Tacoma, have beer appoint ;.s.-:stant geologists to aid ii prosecuting a survey of the ate. The Easter...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 May 1891

"HE reporteris~storyT the streets belated peopl^Tthpm „ 1*1? all? oet Beem to fall. * wed their heads before thegtorm £fn 8 few abroad that night- . . rteoed onward toward thl bewnfei" 1'1 ' T rred On b > «™-fright, £ *he cheerful tires and face^cKeS frT.f °W8^ f their homes- 841 «*» ": Bpiteful gnomes was Bailey of theTrbune and O^J °'d ot Peace aia choicest Celtic• cusVword, ?i V, Hara. of the World. > was Thompson of tte iSn n raglDg tempest hurled / was something of a noser to tfc'J*!* Dew man *rom the Su« ie waen't very sociahll th to the others, every one; he seemedKantt^^fetS^V, 11 Way ' he'd sit and watch the e2. Sft ,as rhom Pson used to say; f and blind, in quiet moment, t^ hw ll? ad u P°n his breast > i Dick Bailey "ho bad kn™ £•' m.et *ith twi<* his share. « the boys a yi«le inkling oT^ mi m/t w York or Baltimore, d how once Van De^en° g °i the P lO'1'1 that Covered o'er- ' - was sober, brieht ami fn&iw V •°ever dfank a drop, y could read vJW" 11? him ' W...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 May 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Ed.to. , wo p u . LIBMr . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Yeah 1 9/)n Six Months Only. ...'.'.'.'.[',.'.'..'. f.oo ADVERTISING RATES Arc liberal, and made known on application In HI^GROCERTBILL One of the Vanderbilts Sued by a Dealer in Sugar, Candles and Salt. To the ordinary mortal a grocery bill sometimes brings pain and sorrow and is met with difficulty. But that a granddaughter of the late Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt, in re ceipt of an income of $15,000 per annum should have difficulty in paying for the canned tomatoes, the succulent cod fish and other toothsome delicacies bought from a confiding grocer seems indeed strange. Yet such appears to be the case, judg ing from a suit which came up yester day in Yonkers before Lawyer John F. Brennan, a referee appointed by Judge Dykman. The case involved the suit of Eugelke & Co., grocers of Tarry town, the claims of the plaintiff with interest amount to nearly $2,000. The defend ant in the action is Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 May 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Ed.tor >wo p UBLIBHr . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Yeah « 2 «« Six Months Only .......... l 00 a ...ADVERTISING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application In person or by mail. Lew! notice? at"thelc K'al rates. Give us a trial Entered at the Postoffiee fortraugmisMon in the at second-class rates. heOrocertbill; One of the Vanderbilts Sued by a Dealer in Sugar, Candles and Salt. To the ordinary mortal a grocery bill sometimes brings pain and sorrow and is met with difficulty. But that a granddaughter of the late Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt, in re ceipt of an income of $15,000 per annum, should have difficulty in paying for the canned tomatoes, the succulent cod fish and other toothsome delicacies bought from a confiding grocer seems indeed strange. Yet such appears to be the case, judg ing from a suit which came up yester day in Yonkers before Lawyer John F. Brennan, a referee api>ointed by Judge Dykman. The case involved the" suit of Eugelke ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 May 1891

Xo More Dark Sights. I Star. J M. J. Shields is preparing to add arc light equipments to his plant and will order the machinery as soon as he knows how many lights will be used. He offers to furnish any number to the city at the same rates paid in other Northwestern town*. A majority of the councilor f all f °f **»> •» in favor of :;;; tractmg for enough to light the princi Pal streets and the residence port" , but they havn't decided how many m l | be needed. They may do something * the matter Monday evening. After the machine, 7 Ordered it will not be many *eeks before darkness in Moscow will be n with everything else that isn't Furinlngtoii M^Tm^TWork. (Newspaper.) A vagrant sentenced to seven days or the chain gang by the police courl Tuesday was the center of attraction on Mam street that afternoon. He refused to work and was allowed to lie and sit in the road till- night. He refused to carry the ball and chain to the jail but when Marshal Stoops rolled the master wheel of a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 May 1891

RIANEY'S- ~ADDITION To Pullman This fine residence property, which has never before been offered for sale, is now on the market. •?• 125 CHOICE LOTS. + All of good soil. This property is conceded by all to be the coining residence property ol the city. No grading necessary, and any tree, shrub, grass or flower that will grow in this climate can be grown on any lot in this addition. Will sell on tOO feet of The property The addition sidewalk is • • .«. •* commences 2 deferred pay- smewaiK is Joins the Slte blockg eagt now contract- of gtate and i bi oc k ments with % ed to be laid north of the within the agricultural business cen down- next 60 days. college. town.° f A (i-inch water main will be laid on this property, by the city, within the next 60 days. You can save the usual 10 or 15 percent, agents com mission, as I handle the property myself. A. REANEY, Sole Agent and Owner, Pullman Wash. A Mistaken Sentiment. Mo won that Oaksdale gets none of the good things that are to bo bad....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 May 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 28. The Herald. Pub «Mhed every Saturday morning at Pull- Man, Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: 2°" ™' £?"?"! lea™ at s:ospm No. 92, Mixed, leaves at 10:00 a m WEST-BOUND: No. 15, Express, leaves at 11:58 am No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Main Line, Nod. 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. Louie, 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. OOINO NORTH: Passenger 6.40 am Freight and Accommodation 10.05 a m ooino south: Passenger.. 6.45 p m Freight «nd Accommodation 8.85 p m LEWISTOJC BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 am Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. S. KIKMEY, Agent. SATURDAY MAT 9 1891. SUMMONS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 May 1891

State News. Friday harbor will soon be the scene of a great deal of activity. On May 1 tae Fairhaven Foundry and Machine Company shipped a lot of machinery. cars and implements to that place to be used in working the lime kiln, located within a few miles of the harbor. There are several kilns on both San Juan aid Orcas islands, which have lain idle foi Borne time, but the demand for lime hat awakened interest in this industry and caused several companies to renew operations. Surveyor (ialbraith of Whatcom countj, reports the discovery ot anthracite coal on the South Fork. The vein is said to be eighteen feet wide. Henry Oscar, of Fairhaven, whilp boring an artesian well on his place, struck a vein of some sort of odor that seemed to run very high in limburgsr cheese. Henry did not at first known what he had found and was very much disgusted, but has refused several offers to sell his farm since he learned it was natural gas and in what appears to be an inexhaustible supply. The sum ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 May 1891

; AND FLOTSAM. V.! in;. no u me for cigar | ls d.stingnished i,, an y - Personal appearance it fa en-story hatred of ixsm |«w>n,or society fiends' de- If-one told me that 1 , e -takes Jressclbythetitleofjudße I'""- brand of „>„*& —•Gently he guested ?! arrest any man or animal pact of singing "Cigarette "•tho other day in Poverty /excuse for a flat . i, ( . wa /. wl.o-. had less gumption V, *** was flat broke. J I Spokane was a hard road to a wheelbarrow, "O c h, : e Plie^; "I can't on- v one the likes of aV6eeI >lto "inch I travel." I remarked •'re surely a number of mill . »Ie swim here. "Yes," he re are a grwt money of them they don't have any money." kered, perfumed, dapper lit al, fresh from the effete and aded East, came West last had secured unqunlified ence from his arcraoas do ing a prayer service called i, which a new and peculiar ■ct, numbering 400 all told, ty established in ■ suburb of »eS New York. dit to us in order that we think tti&t he had deserted...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 May 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor »nd Publisher, j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: < tan Ykak $2.00 j Six Months Only . . 1.00 ADVERTISING KATES Are llbetml, mid nade known on application in person or by mail. Legal notices at the le- K»l rates. Give us a trial Entered at the Poatoffice fortrumiMton Inthe Mails at mrn»fl rlwi rates. SIGNS OF THE TIMES. | What the Allianc and Labor De mands at Hands of Congress. - l>nt freedom's battle once begun. Bequeathed from bleeding sire to son, Though often lost is ever won. The light is joined. No earthly power can stay it, and there is no middle ground. From now on it is battles lost and won. Corporate power now occupies, the place of the lords of the middle ages, and must lie destroyed, or the property Of the people will be absorbed by them and liberty lost in the ocean of wage slavery. Corporation agents have de clared that "they have two million mus kets, and men to use them." They sus tain the Pinkerton army, which is esti mated to be over ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 May 1891

The i«He re Well Located. f*ed to been made " West of the Northern PaL^t, and^aknnaisachild of that cor, 2 ' r;Lt BTh thereßiiitß^^ ct°hr: •I rest. Ihe commission did it ß duty to the heart of the moat fertile and n the Bta te, at i . Nobody -doe. or can deny that the host BcopeofagnculturaHandintheN,,,, Latah county, Idaho VnU *" Ol Moscow are in' the center done but because O f he^^ndin^ As f d r as the effects on the prosi.erin and oommeroial interest of jfoZ"V concerned, this gain for Pullman wH not interfere with them a partil S has thTst tr e T ? raCticall * ™°- Mosco, has the State University and is certain Bofh town agricultural Allege of iZ2 get her. 1 hey each will be important gether, lhey each will be imDortam educational centers with preSy th' same endowment for their institution of learning, except that Moscow wi, have a State University the most. Th, country tributary to the two places wil, develop rapidly, manufacturing enter prises will establish themselves at botl ...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 May 1891

RE ANE Y'S==== SECOND g=^ ADDITION . . . _ . _ . ; • ■ .. " ':■ • ..; V*V" ' T Recommends All Local. H'HBBBr wm mI vb Bt l^ g getommends All Local t1 | | | ill I § to Discuss the Matter -\^ M. KJ- I | | V^'J j| >:, , I>k" «•. Take a Vote on It. f* lWe conflict -porate power. *.*, . -.1 or poohooed j His Views Are That the Tim '^ This fine residence property, 4£H;i *"£££££% before been offered for sale, is now on the market. '""■". ■■ . *• " f ■ • ■ * April t * r nee < 1 ••• 125 CHOICE LOTS. . + ' - - ■ ' • ■ . ■ . .... - ... '"'. . \ . _ ■ _ . . . - - ■■-■•■-..■ All of good soil. This property is conceded by all to be the coming residence property ol the city. No grading necessary, and any tree, shrub, grass or flower that will grow in this climate can be grown on any lot in this addition. I Will sell on 2400 feet of The property The addition I sidewalk is . . A , •*. commences 2 I deferred pay- siaewaiK is Joins the Slte blockg eagt now contract- of .:■ ' and ! block ! men...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 May 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 29 . The Herald. J^W^r 1 "Very B»tarf*y morning at Pull aan, W hil man connty, Washington . All Advertisemente will be continued and charged for until ordered out. Union Fact fie Railway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: V.. 16, Bdm, leaves at 5-05 n m No. «fc, Mixed, leaves at. 10.00 am WEST-BOUND: No 1 111 I'm 1'"? B,' leave Bat 11:58 a m No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 pm Main Line, Nos. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er, carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Weepers Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between I ortland nnd Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Xorthem Pacific Railroad. GOING NORTH: Passenger 6.40 am * reight and Accommodation 10.05 a m GOING SOUTH: Passenger 6.45pir, r reight and Accommodation 8.35 p m L.EWIBTON BBANCH. . Accommodation Arrives 6.15 am Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. S. KKESEY, Agent. SATURDAY MAY 16 1891...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 May 1891

I>heep Commissioner Cameron of El- Sheep Commissioner Cameron of El sburgh bas returned from inspecting enty-six bands of sheep, aggregating <■ .000 head without the lambs. There the biggest crop of lambs this spring alized for several seasons, the average •ing over 100 per cent. Of all the inds inspected but two showed signs ' scabs, and these only in a slight de ree. The wool is of better quality this ear than ever known before, being long, right and clear with no break in the bre, and the estimated shear is 350,000 ounds. Friends find relatives of the late A. J. hint, the gambler lynched at Walla Valla, write to John Pioard, of that city, egarding the estato they suppose he has eft. The letter states that they under tood he owned a horse ranch near The Jalles and wish to know if it is true. Ul the property Hunt had when killed vac the clothes on his back and a 10 --* nt piece in his pocket. Outside of his ha had nothing. Picard says he in tends to send them the dime. The co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 May 1891

j Tile Herald. ; ne Y ( ,,rTKKMs °F ""raSHmr; j UMtmthi'oiii'K:; 12 00 I ™ nottr 11 has C°nCluded that *• Blithe'"? the.l*nt,at least, pub til- ? eminiec encesof Gen. Grant, » Pon which she has been working or ™ lme P. ast" When she started upon ' - 1-pers it was her purpose to Zt j r ye, r> t popular ««"*». »d «nto be ,ssued in l,ook form. She j ow declares that she will not allow a "•of what she h as written to be put to type. She says that she will com lete her work a record to be kept by . «-h,ldren.an,! a mass of material | 11 j»onld ln any event have been ithheld and her manuscript been noted has been added to the written • Japtere, and the whole matter will be irned over to one of the sons for safe eeping. All of Gen. Grant's love let tb and the most valuable comments on ie war are embodied in the manu- Tipt. Mrs. Grant will impose no re nction upon her children as to the disp osition of the material after her death. ; at while she lives it is settled that the üblic will n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 May 1891

HANGMAN CHEATED.' Alfred Tousley Meets Severe but Po etic Justice at the Hands of His Wife. One of Those Cases a Puzzle Alike to the Jurist and Social Economist. Shot in His Prison Cell for a Crime Against the Daughter of His Wife. ■ ArsnN, 111.. May 10.— The fatalism of crime was exemplified in this city to night in terrible tragedy, the sequel of a more terrible crime. Some time since Alfred Tons ley, who was generally ac counted a worthy citizen, committed an outrage on his eighteen-year-old step daughter. All trace of him was lost nn til the police, a few days ago. in making ; their daily haul of vagrants, among others brought in Tousley. His dress and entire appearance was so changed that he was committed for vagrancy, unrecognized, and it was only by an accident that his identity was discov ered. As soon as his wife learned of his whereabouts she repaired to the prison and by simulating sympathy and humil iation, gained admission to his cell. As soon as she entered the cell sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 May 1891

Train's Trip If airhavan Herald ) < Seorge Francis Train i. again on hi, W»J around the world, this tine ia th. loteM O f BeiUngham Bay. At I o clock on the morning of May 9th, th. steamer Premier left the dock at Fair h«BB and amid the plaudits of hun dreds of citizens assembled to bid th, traveler God speed, the voyage intendec to break all records was commenced Four hundred citizens accompanied th. -rk beate- to ■ th. entrance of th. Boyal lioads, off Victoria, where th, "Empress of I ndia " WM found a 1 anchor. But little time was consumer in transferring the excentric traveler t« the ocean greyhound, and after briel speeches by Train and Mayor Will D Jenkins the "Citizens of the World" bki good bye to all, shook hands with him self and as the steamers drew apart an nooooad his intention of meeting hit friends on Bellingham Bay in fifty-five day* Train's trip from Tacoma last year occupied sixty-five days. Since then the new line of steamers of the Cana dian Pacific Navigatio...

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