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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 July 1891

For everything necessary to corporeal existence go to McCONNELL, CHAMBERS & CO., There you will find all of the necessaries and most of the luxuries of life. PRICES: Are lower than they have ever been in the Palouse Country. QL/KLITY Of every thing we sell is as represented. TERMS: "After Harvest," but special discounts for cash. McCONNELL, CHAMBERS & CO., Pullman, Wash. Washington City News. Bpecial Corrrapomlence to Herald. Washington, D. C, June 26, 1891.— j The president to-day presided over a I very important meeting of the cabinet: which was specially called to consider ; financial matters. At this writing noth ing official has been given out as to con- j elusions arrived it by the president; but; it is no violation of confidence to say ] that there isj not the slightest cause for j alarm over the financial status of the government for the fiscal year; ', there will be no default or deficit. It is believed that it has been determined to continue the 4i per cent, bonds,...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 July 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 37. The Herald. Pnblished every Friday evening, at Pall ■an, Whitman county, Washington. 11l Advertisement* will be continued anil charged for until ordered out. FRIDAY ■...„. JULY 10. 1891. Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: IABT-BOUND: H». 16, Express, leaven at 5:05 pin IU. 92, Mixed, leaves at 10:00 a m WEST-BOUND: H». 15, Express, leaves at "'; 11:58 a it. ■•. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Main Line, Noa. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly •r," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, Bt. Louis, Bt. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Care between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. OOINO NORTH: Passenger 6.40 a m Freight and Accommodation 10.C5 a m OOINO SOUTH: Passenger 6.45 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.35 p m LEWIBTON BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 a m Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. 8. KEEN...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 July 1891

"PULLMAN HERALD. = . . . . _ . WILFORB ALLEN. Publisher. „ .; - • • ' ' ■' " ' - PULLMAN ...WASH PACIFIC COAST. ■■ " - * 1 " ■ • ■ ■ A,Jewish Rabbi Works Foreign Masons. CAUSE OF MOQUI TROUBLES. The Cultivation of New Zealand Hemp Being Advocated in South ern California. A railroad from Port Ballona to Santa Monica is contemplated. A mill to grind 1,500 barrels of flour a day is projected for Spokane. The Port Townsend Y. M. C. A. has raised $900 for their new building.. The Seattle authorities are taking steps to fence in the Whitechapel district. The Olympia assessment roll for this year is $6,384,662, against (2,353,420 last year. The cultivation of New Zealand hemp is being advocated in Southern Cali fornia. • Olympia's harbor needs dredging out, and the Board of Trade is moving to that end. James Bell is a claimant against Los Angeles county for the site of the new court house. Mayor Hazard of Los Angeles lias ve toed the retrenchment ordinance recent ly passed by the Council. ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 July 1891

PULLMAN HARDWARE Company, [INCORPORATED.] W • ■..;.;-: - '..A.: DEALERS IN : • • Hardware, Stoves & Tinware Farm Machinery. and Vehicles of aII kinds. Clark's Celebrated Buggies, Surreys, Jump-seat Carriages and SprinG Wagons. t \ Wagons I^^^m Michigan Buggies and Road Carts & Standard Mowers and Reapers MCormiPlr Twi™ -R^ri^o Cr ? h T e a& eskss? stationary Engines-AJtman & i^^^^^ss^ssssz Ideal Windmill!- American Well Drills—Rd 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. Will Carry Exhibit Free. Seattle, July 6.—For those who have at heart the interest of Washington's ex hibit at the great World's Fain there has been no such good news since the legis lative appropriation as the announce ment that Executive Commissioner Ezra Meeker had succeeded in obtaining from President Oakes, of the Northern Pacific railroad company, a promise that the i comp...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 July 1891

MeCONNELL, CHAMBERS & CO., PRICES: Are lower than they have ever been in the Palouse Country. „. QLJHLITY Of every thing we sell is as represented. TER7V^S: "After Harvest," but special discounts for cash. Notes From County Papers. Information was brought to this city late Thursday night that Tom Hamilton, living twenty miles northwest of Mos cow, had been killed by Leo McCormack, says the Star. Sheriff Mix at once or ganized a posse and started for the scene I of trouble, with the intention of arrest- i ing the murderer and placinp him in jail. Positive facts relating to the trouble be- j tween the two men are not obtainable, though many accounts are being circu- i lated. To sum them all up it appears ' that a bitter feeling has existed between j the two men for some time. Hamilton i is a brother-in-law of McCormack, and j for a time the two men were engaged in | the logging business together and ac oumulaied some property. Becoming suspicious of each other they separated, and ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 July 1891

The Herald oH E xjrsoFsD^Ri™N= 81X MONTHS ONLY $2.00 ,' 1.00 ADVERTISING RATES rt'bTmretevrpplicati- . rates. G ive a trial?*^ Notlcea Rt *• lega) State News in Brief. JL man at Port Angeles is rising figß BUCceBB . The Port Towasend V M P a i. • , $900 for their new building •• '""""^ The Episcopalians have commenced the erec tion of a new church at Ballard. Only ™teß are at present confined in the state reform school at Chehalis. Olympic's harbor needs dredging out and the Board of Trade is moving to that end. All the Spokane saloons closed promptly at 12 o'clock Saturday night according to law. A ship load of iron pipe arrived at Seattle the other day to be used in extending the water mains. The papier maehe model of Port Townsend and harbor exhibited at Spokane last year will be sent to the world's fair. Twenty-five applications have already been re ceived from old soldiers desiring to live at the home recently dedicated at Orting. The Spokane council has finally settled the ■tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 July 1891

1 THE OLD SOLDIER. • —T ]■ <?.< I «lt on a stile and watch the dritL The sword is bright with morning dew. ' I feel in mv heart <\ surgiug thrill Aa the squadrons thuuder "sonitu Quadrupedante." .'.. . ,' •■-■ I think of th« days long since gone by, How well t remember my bobtailed horse Bis temper was bad; he'd kick sky high; But few I've had better, and many worse; ' Poorßosinante! " ■ ■ - - '■. ', : § 'p . And the note of our old chief's command I | In memory's ear still echoing sounds. ■':-;*' Bis drills were held by the cornets band To stir the blood like a day with hounds; But the chief is dead. Those cheery cornets, all comrades good, 'Tis sod to think how few remain, They did their duty as soldiers should. And the joy of life was sufficient gain To each reckless head. ■*- The squadrons form and advance and wheel How I envy those boys, who ride in line: Each sunburned face looks a* brave and leal Asjthoseof the messmates thirty years syne In my days of gold. But the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 July 1891

; A VERSATILE FREAK. ": S*».r Carl,,, S<>niet , lue , of Ootha ; J Give. Away Pr o f egßioua i Secret., r ' sJt^T C°lOrei1' lon haiml smooth faced young man walked into the On tral Police station and asked for lodging. T T^t r*welcome to all we have," safd Lieut. Burns, "but if you'll tell us whether you're black, white, brown o Sin £V^ y °U haVe the **»t oeu in the house. K t^ e« P? licantßCratclie<i hiß head and oth^ P on one fOt and then- the other Finally he drawled out, "My grandfather and grandmother on my mother s side-were Indians. My father's lather was a Spaniard, and his mother i a Mexican. I don't know what lam " 'What's your business?" asked Lieut ; onras, "I've been iv Barnnm's band of brave ' bold, but bad Bedouins. ! I've played 1 Zulu, Kaffir, Malay, Indian and 'Greas er, ewallowed the, sword for six months eat fire, licked hot pokers with my tongue, danced on hot coals, chewed hot ' Bteel, breathed out fire from my nose, I walked over razors, broke glass w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 July 1891

Wasington City Sews. Washington, D. C, July 3.—(Special Correspondence.)— It is seldom that Washington has a political sensation at this season of the jear unless congress happens to be in session, but a sensation of the first magnitude was sprung here this week by the announcement that Representative Mills and Bynum had determined to withdraw as candidates for the speakership of the House and to throw their strength as far as possible to Representative Holman, of Indiana, who had not up to this time even been •onsidered as a candidate. And that isn't all. It is stated that Mr. Mills is to head an open revolt against Cleveland ms a presidential candidate, and that he has assurance* of assistance from a num ber of Southern and Western democrats who faror the nomination of ex-Repre sentative ("Horizontal Bill") Morrison, at present one of the interstate commerce commissioners, or some other western man. The canse of this action on the part of Mr. Mills is, his friends say, the base in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 July 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 3a. The I [eretld. Hu1.1ih1,..,| ..very Friday evening ai ('nil »Hn, Whitman county. Washincton: All Advertisement* wfl] be conUnoed and charged for until ordered out. FRIi'AY JULY l 7 . 1891 Union Pacific Itall'tmy. From Pnllman, daily: KAKi-noiNi): N». 16, Expraw. leave* k) .-, : n.-, vni N». 92, Hizad, leaves ai .' 10D0 a in wr.sr-ii.n sii : No. 15, Express, leaves ta 11 -.-.- a m No. 91, Mlxmil. leaves at 6:50 p m Main Lin.-. NoB. 1 and 2, "The Overiand Fly er, carry through I'alluian Sleepers. Ctilonisi Bleepers, Free Chair Care anil Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kaoaan (itv, St Ix>uib, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nog. 8 aad 4, "The Limited Fust Mail," carry Pnllman Dining and Bleeping Can between Portland and Chicago. t Northern Pacific llailroud. 001 so Nfir.Tii: F«»«>n e er 6.40 a m reight and Accommodation 1U.05 a m 001 NO SOD lii: Pa^onger 6 AS p m Freight and Accommodation 8.85 jj m LEWIBTON BBANI it- Accommudation Arrivf- 6.15 a n Acc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 July 1891

PULUIAN^HrRAUV WILFO8I) ALI.KN. I'ul.lUh.i. PULLMAN WASIf PACIFIC "cOAStT Wages at the Carson Mint Will Be Reduced. IMPORTANT RAILWAY DEAL. Los Angeles' Sunday Saloon-Closing Ordinance Does Not Decrease Drunkenness. A strike at Gallup, N. IL, threatens to shut down the mines at that place. The Eastern Oregon Co-operative As sociation, which lately embarked in busi ness, has increased its stock to |2i),000. It is said the crew of the Charleston is much dissatisfied at their treatment, and that many will desert the first op portunity. An important railroad dea". has been perfected at I/OS Angeles, which gives ! the Southern Pacific railroad an entry I into San Bernardino. I'rof. Henderson of Olympia, Wash., lias l)een appointed assistant in charge of the forestry department at the WbrloPs Fair by Ezra Meeker. The last of Pomona's orange crop has : l>een shipjied, making a total since New Year's of 127 carloads, valued at $58,000, an increase of $50,000 in five years. The Oakland (C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 July 1891

MeCONNELL, CHAMBERS & CO., PRICBS: Are lower than they have ever been in the Palouse Country. QUALITY Of every thing we sell is as represented. TERMS: "After Harvest," but special discounts for cash. Palouse (oiintry Callings. While out driving Wednesday eveniug Mr. Robert S. Hrown, accompanied by Miss Mamie MeConnell, had the mis fortune to run over a cow, which over turned the vehicle, throwing the occu pants to the ground and badly wrecking the buggy. Miss MeConnell received ■light injuries about the face and limbs, Mr. Brown escaping with few scratches. R. S. says he is convinced that it is al most as dangerous to attempt driving over a cow as it is for two trains to pass each other on the same track.—Moscow Star. The ground was broken last Tuesday morning on the excavating work for the new warehouse of the Rosalia Alliance Warehouse company, says the Hustler. This part of the work will be completed in a very few days, when we suppose the ■work of erecting the warehouse will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 July 1891

State News in Brief. Port Towneend republicans have nominated J. C. Heath for mayois A salmon cannery will be meted «t Wynoo che, near Montesaoo. Bears are very numerous at>uut Centralia, and scarcely a day passes that Mr. Bruin is not seen in that vicinity. Arthur Hamlm, a grandson of Hannibal Ham - lin, is in Franklin in camp with Company B. of which he is a member. The report that squirrels and gophers had ••riously injured the wheat crop in Eastern Washington is emphatically denied. Mrs. (iracejackline, a pioneer of Washington, died recently at Seattle. She has lived on the Bound country for thirty-one years. An attempt wbh made to burn ths city of Ho quiam by placing small boxes of phosphorous on the planked sidewalks. No cine to the perpe trators. D. R. French, of ('entralia, has received news that his claim for a pension has been allowed from August, 1864, at the rate of (6 per month. He will get about #2000 hack pay. A strange marine arrival was caught by (i. 8. Lewis at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 July 1891

— . , ■ . ; PULLMAN HARDWARE Company. 1 , [INCORPORATED.] , i I ' • ; | \-DEALERS IN Hardware, Stoves & Tinware Farm Machinery. aind Vehicles of aII kinds. Clark's Celebrated Buggies, Surreys, Jump-seat Car iagesand SprinG Wagons. Newton Wagons I^^^k.-- MICHIGAN BUGGIES AND BQAD CARTS AM> STANDARD MOWERS AND REAPERS. McCORMICK TW vr BINDERS CUMMi: I"™'™Z ACLTMAS * TAVLOI' ™™™*s- a™ * TAYLOR PORTABLE AND STATIONARY ENGINES. UTLTMAn'. TAYLO ENGINES B^TmwX & BEPARATOB* AUL™A* — ■„,. , i \A / I —■■ American Well Drills-Ed Jacket Pumps, Etc. A ods guaranteed, and a full supply of extras always on hand. ONE CAI? LOAD OF PURE MANILLA BINDING TWINE ON THE WAY. Pullman Hardware Comp'ny. The Price of Wheat. Bradstreet's thus summarizes the pros pects of higher prices of wheat. The domestic wheat crop of 1891, as estimated by interpreters of the Agri cultural Department's report of condition and acreage on June 1(1, promisee to range anywhere from 480.000,000 bush els to <>00,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 July 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher TERMS of SUBSCRIPTION: QMYKA.R .OO months only 1 .oo ADVBRTIBING RATEB A>* liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates. GWe us a trial. Intend at th« Post Office for Transmission in th« Mails at Second-Class Kates. The Alliance in Politics. I Post-Intelligencer. I The prevailing discontent among the farmers of Eastern Washington has spoiled the accuracy of political calcula tions wherever the agricultural vote is a factor, the Farmers' Alliance party be ing the discordant element. In Whit man county this organization has forty eight lodges and a total membership of not lese than 3,500. Spokane is second, with twenty-three lodges, Lincoln sup ports twenty-two, Garfield seventeen, Walla Walla fourteen, Columbia twelve, Klickitat nine, Stevens six, Adams five, Yakinm four, and Kittitas, Asotin, Doug las and Franklin three each. The aver age enrollment of the lodges is about fifty member...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 July 1891

HAIL, FELLOW, HAILi SoTnewhrr,.. twjTOßd tl,.> <:,,-,< Cntaw-a. ThespMtofatriawJ Imstw,, ' In liLMusfnemls «,.,■,.«..„, „l say Afneeti,,^!.,,,. -Hui;. fcll,.w bail" Wl;;.kii.msl,,,t n-hat. this v,.,-v daT "'<■> greet him thus Ix-yon.fthe veil! Thl t^ "• whlchevc- «ay he turned;' The torch of welcome, at full blaze A?* f doonva >' *•"»" burned A hopeful heart, that cherished scnemes They greet h lm stiU: .. najli fellow^ur , "^v't'h"^' hail' For hl'arts m^e B lad Bj thee ghoUt thy mortal iif L , Thy heart sha" llev be sad Will cry to.is: -nail, fellov,. hajll" -James Clarence Harvey in Home Journal. Tin: "first folio; Many have attributed my good fortune rimply to luck bat when 1 malfe known all the facts of the case I think that re flective readers will come to the conclu sion that my prosperity was not deter mined by chance alone. ■ My ancle was rick My cousins, though neither saints nor perhaps even models of i propriety, were Done of them bad feUowa One of them ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 July 1891

A Moss-back Town:;. S Citizens of Vollmer. /Are you sur- >rised this week at the HM of tho Yel iette? It yon are yonr surprise may be I ' »sily walanaded by looking at, its a.I 1 | rertieing columns. We are simply iiv- i ing to put ourselves on a level with our 1 uiossbaek citizens, and are simply tryiug : ' to pass away the tinio inventing some ' science to stand off the wash woman for this weeks washing, while we are waiting for the sheriff to come out and demand the keys to our print shop. Remember citizens this is not mere idle talk, but facts based upon a fundamental truth A little over eleven months ago we came to Volitner with our outfit and started into business, and the future of Yollnier seemed bright, not a Star marred the canopy before us, but alas, what is j ■he now ? We have over twenty business houses, and tho home patronage of the Vedette does not amount to §20 per month. We do not claim to be a saint by any means, but we have always tried to be honest, and have t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 July 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 39. The Herald. »«"wllir l ever 7 Frid "e^e. «t Poll »an, Whitman county, Washington. All Advertisement* will be continued and , charged for until ordered out. FRIDAY ....*.. JULY 24. 1891. Union Pacific Hallway. From Pullman, daily: RABT-BOUKD: 2 #- «' {£ pl 7",' Teß at 5:06 pm «•. 92, Mixed, leaves at 10:00 a m WIST-BOCND: N». 15, Express, leaves at 11:5H am No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Main Line, Nos. 1 and 2. "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between F»rUand and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, Bt. Louis, Bt. Paul or Chicago. ; Mian Line, Nob. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Xorthern Pacific Railroad. <K>INQ KOBTH: Passenger ;.... 6.40 B m Freight and Accommodation 10.05 a m OOINO SOUTH: Passenger 6.45 pm Freight and Accommodation 8.85 p m I.EWIBTO* BBAIfCU. Accommedation Arrives 6.15 am Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. S. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 July 1891

PULLMAN .HKRALD. WILFORD ALIKN, PublUher. PULLMAN ........; ~~ WASH PACIFIC COAST. .'. '\-P —. The Strike in the Wash ington Coal Mines. ■ ■■ ■ BIG MECHANIC'S LIEN FILED ■■ ' ■■■■ r • ; i The Troops Sent After the Arizoru Indians Return Because They Had No Trailer. • •,'■ The population of Arizona is 59,020 an increase of 180. During an electrical storm at Salen trees were shattered by lightning. There ia a Btrontc probability of th> Reno reduction works being rebuilt. I Washoe farmers are cutting the firs crop of hay, the season being a niontl late. It is reported at San Diego that tin Hock Island has purchased the Cuyia niaca railroad. The women employed in the Sacra mento canneries earn on an average $ to $1.50 per day. The saw mills between Truckee an Reno are not cutting one-half the qaan tity of lumber cat last. year. The Btrike in tlie Washington coa mines appears to be broken, the ship ments of coal being on the increase. A mechanic's lien for $2;)8,000 has beer file<i...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 July 1891

For evrything necessary to corporate existence go to Sg Mis nni - " • ptrfoct '".."" tal, ni; d farfk •xcita " 'it at i £/j£ \>ona h McCONNELL, CHAMBERS & C€| ♦ * .1... »rsp< . •r <li fiedt * OJist: es | eiul ona; ■i;.li tion There you will find all the necessaries and most of the luxuries of life. | •^ -i ft far ire &u< .*' Ijti ■ . . «| " is PRICES: Are lower than they have ever been in the Palouse Country. ] / QVJRL.IXY Of every thing we sell is as represented. *V Er R7^S : "After Harvest," but special discounts for cash. ■- — MoOonndll, oiiAMDEno & CO., Pullman, Wash; Stops Cannon Balls. ["Washington, D. C.,.Tuly 20.—Another armor trial has just been concluded at the naval ordinance proving ground ai Annapolis, and its results are fully as important as those of any of its prede cessors in the series being made for the development of American armor plates. The object of this last test was to show what could be done with all steel plates containing a very l...

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