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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 May 1891

PULLMAN HARDWARE Company. [INCORPORATED.] DEALERS IN Hardware, Stoves & Tinware, Farm Machinery and Vehicles of aII kinds. Clark's Celebrated ■. ■ . ■.■■#...■.■.■. . ■ ■ ■ Buggies, Surreys, Jump-seat Carriages and SprinG Wagons. i =w^ c\MTr\ m Vx/ao/^mol = v^,, ,^^.l NtWI UN V ¥ AbUNo!^^—:^ — * " ■ __~ Michigan Buggies and Road Carts & Standard Mowers and Reapers. McCormick Twine Binders. Cumming's Improved Header for 1891. Dingee Woodbury Powers. Aultman& Taylor Separators. Aultman & Taylor Portable and Stationary Engines. Aultman & Taylor's Straw Burning Trac tion Engine. The best in the world. —EEEEIdeal Windmill! — American Well Drills— Red Jacket Pumps, Etc. All goods guaranteed, and a full supply of extras always on hand. One Car Load of Pure Manilla Binding Twine on the way. Pullman Hardware Company. The Herald.'. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor aid Publisher TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OMEYKAR..... I $2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY. 1 .OO ADVERTISING RATES ~ k.we Hbtral, and made...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 May 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 30. The Herald. £%&ZZ^^ - Pun- All A('^rti^mentß will be continued and charged for ""♦'l ordered out. Union Pacific Hallway. From Pullman, daily; EAST-BOUND: \o' 92, M lxe <l, leaves at 10:00 £m N". M, Kizad, l,.« vw at 10KX) I n WEST-BOUND: no q? ™PT; llUV" at U:SB a m r>o. .11. Used, loaves at 650 p m Main Line, Nob. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fiv er, i,,rry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Bi«-f.,,,-rs. Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, W. 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail, carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. GOINO NORTH: Passenger 40 „ m Freight and Accommodation 10.05 am ooijjq south: IWrger ; 6.45pm r reight and Aci-ommodation 8.85 i, m I.EWIBTON BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 a m Accoiii modation Leaves 7.05 p m _ _^ J. 8. KEENLY, Agent. mi DAY MAY 29, 1891. Pullman Mercantile Company Noras c.,i InvUK\sk ok Cap...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 May 1891

The Herald. ; WILFOUO AI.I.KN, Editor ana' Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ' >tu' Year. ■ *•• no ' ; i\ Month, One .......'.',.'.'.'.. .'.... 100 ADVERTISING RATKB Arc liberal, ami made known on application in person or by mail, l on.-il notices at the lo cal rates. Give us a trial, Entered at th« Poßtofflce for transportation in the Mails at nei'oiHi class rate«. A TOUCHING SCENE. A Dispatch From Tacoma^Shows the Unreliability of the Daily Press. A Scene Took Place at the Cincin nati Conventionn Unequaled Since the War. A gentleman seeing the garbled re porta Bpokane dailies of the recent Cin cinnati Union conference, sends this pa per the following, which is an extract from the Associated Tress reports to the Tacoma Ledger: "The name of the new party, "The People's Party of the United States." elicited an outburst of applause, and as : each plank was read the cheering «as renewed so frequently thai the great hall seemed to reverberate. The plank which recommended universal su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 May 1891

<* * WHAT DO YOU WANT? • » &^ pSsr | ' T ' . I|M La nterns , -^r St —-— %nth?utir ffeSf Diamonds,' 1 Laces, Shirts, isvar^ Dos Collars, j !! Lawns > Socks, El C ■ 111 YOU WILL . FIND fI? SS **nn-macassers. . Z+. Lye, Studs, D _ © O Lawn Grass Seed. Screens, Barb Wire, Eye Glasses, "& § iSWew, bonnets, Embroidery, = ; 3 S/iacfes, -g««wv . Eastern „&.«/*, IS H- Serge, Baby Carriages, Elegant Hams, ' <g 2. Sil%, 7 Baiting Powder, Elegant Hats, £ ° LiWZs Surralis, Brushes, Elastic, >> St/ Shuw fiats, Bracelets, Evaporated = if O+ = lS ff^A f«"%^ Cream, fe IT 3.1 °- j/f^ Statwnery, Bargains, Everything to ' ■< Mustark Spades, Blue Stone, hilt whiskey. c 3 ' S= jgSr Spectacles, f^*' w i" fSS, MiotGuns. Braces Fanc V Goods, — °- Milh Pans, Buckets, Flannel, « CO M( ™V othet- Barley, Fatils, fe g- f/w?^. i? 00^/' • Flax seed, ■£ . o BirdCages, Faucets, ™ sr Bulbs, Fence wire, T^LJIT OT/^Ol^ =". *lfa^ S'e 8 IMC OIUKE m' Motions, Tea, Blinds, V- "i! F 5 P> dJ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 May 1891

Newspaper Talk. Uniontown had a genuine burglary case early last Friday inorniug or Thurs day night, says the Journal. This oc curred in the store of Mr. Geo. B. Wei ber, and the thief or thieves gained an entrance by cutting a hole in the panel of the back door, the key and a stick of wood which acted as a brace being turned and removed. By marks made on the front door and the battered condition of the door lock it was easily to be seen that it was too strong for them, and when entrance was effected they helped themselves to something like $40 worth of pocket cutlery and a razo-. But this was not enough—they got sight of Con rad Wieber's work bench and stole sis watches he had in repair, his vice, and a revolver belonging to Geo. Parks, of Colton. A valuable gold watch belong ing to Geo. Beechler was overlooked for the reason that it was hid among some rubbish under the bench. Word was received that the thieves were in dur ance vile at Palouse City and Mr. Wie ber was asked to desc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 May 1891

State News in Brief. Gold in large, paying quantities was discov ered 1 msday in the very heart of Nooksack C ity. Joe Turner of Livingston, Mont., has a cow that g.-we birth the other day to a calf that weighed fifteen pounds. A vein of potter's clay of fine quality and covering 100 acres of area has been found near Colfax. The vein is three feet thick. Fred M-l,.lk..epki was fatally injured in a Seattle nwmill about 1 o'clock Friday and died Sunday morning about 5 o'clock. ll.e Indians at the Warm Springs agency have ordered ,-, monument, to cost abont $75, to be placed over the remains of their chief, Will iam Chinook. P. H. Trudell of South Bend, Wash., while unpacking a bunch of banannas came across n fafe scorpion that had secreted itself and had been transported from the tropics. The spider was promptly killed by Mr. Trudell. The police of Bntte last week made a raid on se\eral..f tlie opium dens of that wicked city. The raid brought to light the fact that several married wom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 May 1891

CAP AND GOWN IT IS. A. Serious Graduation Question Settled by Feminine Medical Students. Grim visaged war has stalked rampant at the Women's Medical college for some weoks past. The contention was over the all absorbing question as to whether or not caps and gowns shall be used as the graduating costumes of the fair ones turned loose from the institution to deal with the ilia to which human flesh is heir. For years past this question has been annually mooted, but until the present session there has always been a majority who thought that the costume looked too "mannish." This year the factions began their fighting early and the fight has been a close one. Some of the arguments used by those opposed to the "rig" are in many cases unique. One of the gradu ating class was heard to say: "Why, what shall I do if the gowns are adopted? lam to have m white silk dress for graduation, and I want it, too. Oh, no, I shall not vote for gowns." Another of the students, who has passed the girlish...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 May 1891

PEOPLES' PARTY. I' X " ■■'" £ '"■''! '■>■ ■«* «»■« othercor P orat,onßinex ( .c,sofßuchai a actually „s e(l and needed by them be reclamed by the government and held for actual settlers only. giving,he doctrine of equal rights and special privileges to none we demand that taxation-national. Mate or municipal-shall not 1* used to build up an interest or class at the expense of another We de,nan,Hhat all revannes -national state and county-shall be limited to the necessary expense of the government, economically and honestly administered. " " We demand a just and equitable sys tem of taxation graduated on incomes. We demand the most rigid, honorable and just national control and supervis ion of means of public communication and transportation, and if this control and supervision does not remove abuses now existing, we demand the govern merit ownership of such means of com munication and transportation. We demand the election of the presi dent, vice-president and United States senat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 May 1891

PULLMAN HARDWARE Company. [INCORPORATED.] ' - ■ .. . ■■ li _ , .'.... ■ m . ' '. ' DEALERS IN Hardware, Stoves & Tinware, Farm Machinery and Vehicles of All kinds. Clark's Celebrated Buggies, Surreys, Jump-seat Carriages and SprinG Wagons. i^£ Newton Wagonsl^^^h Michigan Buggies and Road Carts & Standard Mowers and Reapers. McCormick Twine Binders Cumming's Improved Header for 1891. Dingee Woodbury Powers. Aultman& Taylor Separators' Aultman & Taylor Portable and Stationary Engines. Aultman & Taylor's Straw Burning- Trac tion Engine. The best in the world. —==Idfai Windmill! American Well Drills—Red Jacket Pumps, Etc. All goods guaranteed, and a full supply of extras always on hand. One car Load of Pure Manilla Binding Twine on the way. ■"■JUJJIIfIt h - ' ■ iiii.il mm Pullman Hardware Company. Tlie Heretld. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE YKAR $2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 ADVERTISING RATES Awe liberal, and made known on application in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 June 1891

VOL. 3. N0.32. The Herald. Published weir Friday evening, at Poll man. Whitman county, Washington. All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: No. 16, Express, leaves at 5:05 pm No. 92, Mixed, leaves at 10:00 a m WEST-BOUND: No. 15, Express, leaves at 11 £8 a m No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Main Line. Nob. 1 and i, "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. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast' Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cart between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Kallroud.. GOING NORTH: Passenger 6.40 a ir Freight and Accommodation 10.05 a n GOING BODTH: Passenger 6.45 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.35 p m ■ LEWIBTON BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 am Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. S. KEENEY, Agent. FRIDAY JUNE 5, 1891. Pul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 June 1891

PUBLIC OPINION. p o this day to be called a "silver- fl ed orator" or is a sure indication c .he one ho dubbed is a corporation * y or a caterer to aristocracy. These 1 c are hard to dislodge from their l nchments behind popular preju- ' It one flaye anything they are si- ( •dwith: "You don't like anyone ( a clean shirt." It is therefore grat g to see one of these wind-bags tared. The biggest wind-bag of ■■ i all has just collapsed in New ?. The following is from The Peo <>f that city: efore the strike on the New York tral. Bamboo/.ler Depew had in some •, chiefly by speech-making, per ling a lot of gullible workingmen t he was friendly to organized lalxjr. in this fact and the consequent be- ; among the ]K>litieians that he was a rong man, 1' his aspirations to the sidency rested. Of course he was mlar among mono])olists, who under od his game. The strike, however, ■ned the eves of the blindest work- i n. Then came the tunnel slaughter, j i anest and his apology to the pub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 June 1891

■ —— ■■=•£ PULLMAN HARDWARE Company. [INCORPORATED.] ■I . . DEALERS IN ■ Hardware, Stoves & Tinware, Farm Machinery and Vehicles of All kinds. I Clark's Celebrated : Buggies, Surreys, Jump-seat Carriages and SprinG Wagons. i ■ ■ ■ / .' *. ■ Wagonsl^^^s -m SSX'^^^aX^aSi^SSSS wT.T anS Rea P ers McCormick Twine Binder! Aultman & Sivlor pS£k£T^h^ 89+^. DinseeWoodbry Powers. Aultman& Taylor Separator tion Engine fie hlsi Tt the^^orfd Engines. AUltman & Taylor's Straw Burn^ Tr^ — Ideal WINDMII i!- I American Well Drills— Red Jacket Pumps, Etc. ! All goods guaranteed, and a full supply of extras always on hand. I, One car Load of Pure Manilla Binding Twine on the way. ' .. Pullman Hardware Company. Newspaper Talk. The office at the oonnty .oditor wn« «»vn"xi the other morning with an epi sode somewhat sensational, and truly romantic—almost a rival of Lochinvar, says the Commoner. The origin of it ail was that Cupid had been on a tear in the Dutch settlement down by Endicott...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 June 1891

State News in Brief. * post offices established in Washing ear numbered 167. There are twenty lentail offices in the state. It is worthy at Washington stands second in rank s states in increase in length of routes . tl service established during the year, jerof miles being 866, and the eutima f f the new services $29,284. The total |J the star service carried in the state is ies, which costa $63,941.06 a year; the ft mail service is 833 miles in length, 469.05, and the length of the railroad I | J;> 790 miles, carried at an annual expen- $159,227.91. The total length of all F790 miles, the total cost is $292, --#153,227.91. The total length of all k is 5,444, and the total cost is $292, --llayer, who is confined in the Dayton " : 11, convicted of chicken stealing and nth burglary, attempted suicide Friday 'le cut his blanket into strips and at jto hang himself, but after finding that ing hurt too much, changed ids mind, ,- tries the crazy dodge, walking across .ml butting his hea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 June 1891

«£f V *' '■*?*?&* a™ on Fire; k*r«Ts i " Bea6o° two hunters have lost their horses in that way " * - How did that occur?" Was asked. htmte, n,, ride tWgh u» pTt%S hunter ties his animal, and tE he horse's legs will continue to be r^astS Mr. Ditz went on to say that it ha* SiS. nd out how the p-* 2 -It may be due to spontaneous com bustion, 'ho said. "The. heat of the sun beating down on such dry an* inflam mable stuff is liable to set it onto Some people say that the hunters have caused the fire, and others that it has been caused by burning up the stubble. No matter how it was caused, though horses have been killed by it They have not been roasted to death, but have lT£ wi^ y in, jured that ttey have had to be killed, and hunters ought to be in formed of the danger."-Stockton Re- This Convict Wa» Homesick. A negro escaped from the convict camp m Montgomery county, Q a ., recently. tie had served one year of a term of fif teen. His escape was discovered almost immediately after ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 June 1891

kEE YOU ABOUT TO BUILD? >. ■ ■■ : . . . ; , |. || ■•■■■■ .■ ■ ..■ •• • ■■ ■•: ■■ -„v.. . ; ..;:■ . . ... :: ||||||||||g ° . _.. ' ■ ' ■ , . ': • ' ; " - - ■ . --.--:.'.--•- : ■ - - ... . -... „•. „. , , ; . . ■-. . . .•. ■• . - . . i ••• ■ ' • ■ • ' ■- ' ' • ..... . - •., - ■:..-. •. -.■ •■ ' ■ v•*.-. •- ■ ■ -.- ■ • ■ ■. IF SO ' ! - - - • •■—:•;' -•.■•■; .J --..-:.- .■-" - . •■• : .•«.■..-.■..;...... - .--- -. • . ■■ \ i ■. ' ■ ■.. ; ;. s ; ■ •t ■ • '•,- - - .- - • - „..-■■■ .. ■■. - - . ... „ , „... : \ \'; ■' . - " '„ „ „ - McConnoll, Chambers & Company, * j Can sell you whatever material you may need. m■•- - ' ' ' i.■ • . ; ■' • ■ ■ ■ * ■ • ■ * Paints & Oils Sash & Doors j Dry and mixed Paints. Lead and Oils. Cary-Ogden ~^-=s_ Bought in carload lots. Sugar Pine and Cedar, at prepared Cottage colors. Roof paints. Floor paints. the same-price as the domestic aggregations of warp j& r Coach and Furniture Varnish. and knots. v.- „ „, ,„, ....... , .... ...............

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 June 1891

The Herald. AVtLFOUI) ALLEN,; Editor Lnd Publisher, r&V- 1 l-.KMs (IK SUBSCRIPTION One Year. .... • -. „, six Month, one...:::;;;;;; ;;;;;■;•• *f [JJ ADVERTISING RATES Arc liberal, and made known on application In -hi mien. ' Give us n trial. l ""tiU' aftho ic'- m» raies. Uive us n trial, wiu-iwl at the 1-oMollk-e for transportation in ''" Mail* at woihl-clhsb rates A CRYING OUTRAGE. An Interview With Two of the Col ored Men Who Were Taken to Franklin. ' Shows That a Most Dastardly Out rage Has Been Com mitted. Reports have been sent out by the As sociated Press regarding the Franklin mine difficulty, which have been grossly colored and misleading. The World was unable to obtain anything authentic until Thursday morning, when two of the colored men— Daniel Webster and Phillip Lane-called at this office. . They had three Companions, all of whom were on their way back to St. Louis. Webster said that some weeks ago Mr. Corey, of the Oregon Improve- 1 meat company, came to St. Louis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 June 1891

Flic Herald! 'ILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: INK YEAR $200 IIX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 ADVERTISING RATKS fcie liberal, and made known on application in I person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal I rates. Give or a trial. Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in I the Mails at Second-Class Kates. Moving Onward. Pullman's face is still forward, not withstanding the temporary delay in college matters owing to the gross sel fishness of some disappointed towns. These places seem to think that if their merits arc not sufficient to gain the college somebody elses' brains can pre vent Pullman from holding it. They therefore desired to discover a flaw in tin'record, although none questioned the constitutionality of the act or the ability of the commission before the site was selected. However, the record is all right, but the whole state must wait un til the scite work of a few localities ex pends itself. The federal appropriation of $34,000 might be lost, but ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 34. The Herald. Vn • JUNE 19,1891. K^ i r J^tf nton Pacific Railway. *»• «5* P From Pnllman. daily: BAST-BOUND: «•• 15, EiT^!?,' leaves »*•••........ 5:05 pm Ko. 91.2 Ilxed«taw • 10:00 am ' Main I"**' WEST-BOUND: •■••" *9l V|P'u IeBTeB " 11:58 a m 81e«,-91lMlxed leavee at 6:50 pm * -""^i^i^Y 2''^^ Overland Fly ' Sleor^F ?^ nUmaa Slee Pere. Colon* PoX£? Free hair Care and Coaches, between SttiKK?" ■■—City- *■ Mian Line ',^, 8- 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast M.il,» carry oilman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING NOETH: Passenger - 6 40 a m Freight and Accommodation ..!!!!!! 10.05 a m GOING south: Passenger 6 45 p m Freight and Accommodation ........ 8!35 p m LEWIBTON BBANOH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 am Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. 8. KEENEY, Agent. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, cor. Paradise and High streets. Services on each Sunday as follows: Bunday School at 10 am; morn ing service at 11 a m; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

VOL. 3. no. 34. The Herald. .^KaTloU^hfn^' »' « ':^t^^^s^r i Md Unit' L JUNE 19, 1891. i 16, Expw nU>n Pc"*fl° Railway. , *•- 92, Mi» From Pullman, daily: BAST-BOUND: Jo. 15, Exp^xpresß, leaves at.... . 5-05 n m Jo. 91, infixed, leave, at.. ......!.'.' ioi<X)£™ Main Li» west-bound-. t," carrir,- impress leaves at 11:58 aw U^r»iK. Mixed, leaves at 6:50 pm * er"a^ nNo9V land2 "T»'« Overland Fly sLn^T% rJ^ Paaa""> Sleepers, Colonist PoT,r™i Tt, halr Care and Coaches, between iXu £"£ dV enT"'. On»»ha, KansasVity, Bt. ixrais, Bt. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line Nos. 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast Md Sleepingr re Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING NORTH: Passenger. ' 6 40 a m Freight and Accommodation .'."!!!! 10.05 a m GOING SOUTH: Passenger 6.45 p m Freight and Accommodation ..'..!]!! 8.85 p m LEWIBTON BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 a m Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. S. KEEMEY, Agent. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, cor. Paradise and High streets. Services on ea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

Notes About the County.: There seems to be no limit to the va- \ riety of minerals ; in the Palonse, the latest and least expected is talc, which was found this week on Tower bntte four miles southeast of Moscow, says . the ■Star. Some men were at work digging .a, well, and unearthed the substance in __ilici vein. They had passed through Enters °' c'a>'' mica, gravel and rock in coming finally to small pieces of : .jferior quality of coal, again to mi . and afterwards to the vein of talc, ich was four feet wide when first un v?vered, but becomes wider and more eolle\>\the shaft goes down. It is a fig);* clay, resembling chalk, except Th it doesn't contain much magnesia. discovery is considered a very im co'.ant one, not for the value of the veralone, but because it is supposed to tJicate the presence of gold and other tfcious metals. ti«lc is the material out of which leensware and fine crockery are manu \ al-hired. It is much better. than : potter's clay, being the best grade...

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