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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 August 1891

Respectfully beg to inform the public that in order to make room for our Gigantic stock of Fall Goods we have inaugurated our i

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 August 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 43. The Mereild. Published every Friday evening, at Pall man, Whitman county. Washington. All Advertisements will he continued and charged for until ordered out. FRIDAY AUGUST 21. 1891. Union Pacific Uallxray. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: N». 16, Express, leaves at 5:05 p m N«. 92, Mixed, leaves Bt 10:00 a m WEST-BOUND: Jo. 15, Express, 1.-.ives at 11:58 a m Jo. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Main Line, Nos. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly »r," carry throngh Pullman Sleepers. Colonist Ueepers, Free Chair Cars and Coacheß, between .'•rtland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicaco. Mian Line, Nos. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and ( hicapo. ■ Northern Pacific Railroad. OOINO NOETH: Passenger C.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. Accommodiition Arrives 6.15 a m ■ ocommodHtion Leaves 7.05 p m J. 8. KEENEY,...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 August 1891

PULLMAN HERALD. WILFORI) ALI.BN, Publlsh.r. PULLMAN?. nr~WASH: PACIFIC COAST. i The Utah Legislature is Democratic. ALASKA AND PROHIBITION. The Wild Man of Arizona Delivers an Address to His Fellow Pris oners at Tombstone. Los Angeles is to have a $00,000 ice plant. Fine native strawberries have appeared in the Juneau (Alaska) markets. The salmon pack in Northern British Columbia is a failure, it will reach about a three-quarter pack. The next Territorial Legislature of Utah will be composed of 23 Democrats, 12 LilM*rals and 1 Republican. King county, 'Wash., must pay the ex- 1 penses of the militia that was' ordered to the mines to suppress riotous strikers some weeks ago. The contractors on the Tin Range railroad line in Utah have struck three bodies of ore in tunneling in the mount ains at Homansville I'ass. The saloonmen of Spokane have or ganized a society to protect and uphold all personal, civil and religious liberties of its members and to be known as the League of Freedom. ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 August 1891

| WHERE WOMAN RULES. SUMATRA ISLAND IS A PLACE WHERE i Wives RUN THINGS. Customs That Differ boas Those of Any Otavar Ouristlaa or Mohaauae4an Peo- ' pie—The Wlfls Is the Property HoMer. She Merer Leaves Her Home. A country where the women own the bouses and lands, where gold and silver are common as flowers in the spring, where everybody is happy and nobody i does wrong, ia the burden of the story that W. J. Shaw brings from far off Su matra. W. J. Shaw is one of the men who modeled things in this country when it was young and pliable. He came from New York in 1849, and was about the first man to hang out a lawyer's sign in San Francisco. He won the cases that settled the validity of settlers' titles and resulted in the Van Ness ordinance, and he served as a Btate senator in 1854, when it was more of an honor to be a legislator than it is now. I "In all my years of travel," he said, ! "I never found a happier people than ! those who live in Sumatra, in the mid- ' dle part of the is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 August 1891

TWO QUESTIONS! McConnelL Chambers & Co ■JtoWadk Va# aAiaJLaA.*^ %• a&s Jk & afeA VI/JL^A f\# \ B / JJL ¥*£ %aJ*b& V^ •9k 7 7 . The JHLeroJjd.!; WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: IKAB • $2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY l-OO ( ADVERTISING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application in j I person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal j rntes. (jive us a trial. Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Clasß Kates. State News In Brief. Vruit is taking the place of grain on many of | the farms in Ivlicitat county. Seattle finds t'ue ownership of its water-works a profitable investment. John Walsh, v.v old Dubuque, lowa, canner, | contemplates starting a cannery at South Bend. | Thurston county shows a wealth of $12,797, 592, a tine increase over last year's showing. ('raisers are now out in the Snohomish anil j Pillchuck valleys looking up cottonwood tim- j ber for the new palp mill at Ijowell. A New York syndicate is said to...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 August 1891

Fell Over a Mile. jw R , Aug. IGThia aft baUoon ascension was advertised at - tan beach. When the ropes J, cntb -Professor King, the,ronau, the basket contained a couple who we-e u-rned ]Ußt before the balloon started. When the allOn reached lh6 he.ght of 8000 feet it encountered a etonu and , burst or over a mile it fell like 8(> : much lead. Then the Bilk the balloon formed ,nto a sort of Iparachufe, thus Btoppmg.the rapidity of the fall The occupants lit in a cornfield with so much force that they remained unconscious several hours. Artesian Water^Tvakima. North Yakima, Aug. 16.-For some time experimental efforts have been go ing on in the Moxie Valley, four miles from this city, to obtain water by means of an artesian well. These efforts have been reward^! with success. To-day at a depth of 600 feet, water was ob tained in abundance, flowing in a steady Btream 65 feet into the air from an eight inch pipe. The benefits that will accrue to this section from these wells, now it ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 August 1891

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 August 1891

TO MY CELL. If vimi eoaH *!»-uk. O prime oeß, T V lml wil.l, Kad stork* you OOttld telll — Of broken Ix-art* aud maddened brains. Of waited lives and Kiiilt s deep stains or misdirected energies, of tateats (lung away, or menial agquislag pains, of physical decay. The youth ulio started in life's nght JVitu courage hlgt and young hopes l>rij;lit. Hisfalhir'M hope, Wa mother's pride, lVrcimnee upon your bed has .li,-,i IHs^rawl, <liwad.il. in his prime, Wrecked on the fatal rockx of crime. Hay be a murd.-rer has lain AVit h bunting heart and frenzied brain. And s.'eu upon your walls so white His gory victim through the night. Till, with In.- dead]] terror sy.-11, You'd ring and echo, diraal cell. You may have held a man whose name J-'or honor once had goodly fame, Bjr all refijHiied and loved well; ' Yet in his gray old age he fell. And, perhaps, at thoughts of happier years, Tlie floor was wet by bit hot tears. The thief's pal" corpse, the murderer's yell. The 1.l mini's tears...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 August 1891

TheJHerald. Editor and Pubusher TERMS OF SUBHCKIPTION: ONE YK \ U ffSfe<wM;:;:;:;;v;;.v;;;.ffsg ADVERTISING RATES 'L™^!; hDd m-? de ,kn °Wn on "PP'ication in ■nteiv.; at the Post Office for Trammiasion in Hie Mails at Second-Class Kntee. Washiugtou Citj News. Special Correspond»nce to the Hbbald. Washington, August 14.—This has been a decidedly bad week for the Gor man presidential boom, which has lately been on the rampage. It received two separate and distinct setbacks in as many days, and it may be that it will have to be taken off the track for re pairs. First, the Gormanites, who had supposed themselves in control of the executive committee of the National As sociation of Democratic clubs, which met in New York city, discovered that they had made a big mistake, and that a majority of that committee were unal terably opposed to the candidacy of the Marylander. Then the Maryland Farm ers' Alliance convention jumped on the boom by making the intimation so plain that even he who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 August 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 44. The Herald.! _^ • PablUhed every Friday evening, at Pnl] Bui, Whitman county. Washington. All Advertisements will be continaed and charged for until ordered ont. FRIDAY. AUGUST 28. 1891. -i OWoii Pacific Haltuny. From Pullman, daily: litMOOO: N». 16, ExpresH, leaves at 5:05 p m N». 9"2, Mixed, loaves at 10:00 a m WEST-BOUXD: No. 15, Erprees, leaves at 11:58 a tr> No. 91. Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Main lj"e, Nos. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry 'throngh Pullman fHini|»jiii. Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between PorUuud and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Ht. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 3 an-.l i, "The Limited Fas' Mail," carry Pullman Dininß and bleeping Car: between Portland and Chicago. Xortliern Pacific Railroad. OOINO north: Pa*»«nger 6.40 ■ n Freight and Accommodation 10.05 h v UOISO SOUTH: Passenger 6.45 p n Freight and Accommodation 8.85 p n LEWIBTON BKANOH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 a m "5 ooommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 August 1891

PUI^AN_HERALD. WILFORD ALLKS, Publisher. PDLLMAN TT. WASIT PACIFIC COAST. Cocopahs Seeking Work in California. A RIOT BREWING AT GALLUP. Southern Pacific Declines to Accept the Reduced Freight Rate of the Commission. An expert in the Davis will case at Bntte, Mont., holds that the will is of receut iiiarruffttt-'-e. The curing and canning of" Puget Sound herring is becoming an industry of some importance. A company to construct a single rail and saddle-track railway system has been incorporated in Oregon. The creditors of the big cable company — of Los Angeles are crowding it. A suit for a foreclosure on the second mortgage has just been entered. Portland is thoroughly discussing the proposition to overcome the Columbia river obstructions by a portage road around them at The Dalles. There is trouble threatened at the Gal lup N. If.) coal mines. A proposed at tempt t<> put in colored workers, it is thought, will protiucc a riot. The Southern Pacific Company will not accept the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 August 1891

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 August 1891

GOAL MeConnell, Chambers & Co., The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN. Huitor and Publisher TUKllti OK SUBSCRIPTION; ANKYKAK . JS1».OO SI X MONTHS ONLY t .<>O ADVERTISING RATKS Are liberal, hutl mwle known on application in j person or by mail. l^egHl Notit-ff- «l the legal \ rafw. fiive ns a trial. Miit«-r«<] at th* Post Office for Transmission in the Muils ai Borond-Class Kh'ph. A iii-nth Trap. Nkw Yokk, Aug. i'l. —A most dis-! aitrons accident occurred this afternoon iv Park place, between tireenwich street ami College Place. At that time the j street was tilled with people and heavily : laden wagons and trucks. A small vaporish cloud was seen to burst from the ground floor of 70, 72 and 74 Park place, followed by a dull, sullen roar. This was followed immediately by an eruption and a mass of brick, stone and timber was hurled thirty feet in the air. j Then the front walls of the buildings at I Nos. 70 and 7-4 fell crashing into the j street, leaving not the slightest sem blance...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 August 1891

Famine in Mexico. Ban Antonia, Texas, Aug. 24.-A pri vate letter from Albert Garcia, a prom •u^tdUzen of the state of Chihuahua Mexaoo, tel.s of the moat wide-spread and pitiable famine in that state. There has been no rain in , nauv Be ,. tioap the state for nearly two years. Cattle are dying bj thousands. Men, women and children by the scores >„ driven j»ad by hunger. President Diaz has been appealed to and has suspended the customs duties ,n order that breadstuffs rom the United States can be gotten to the atarving people with the Still One More Goue. Hood River. Or Aug 2 2 -This fore noon a bathing party, consisting of Mrs Leonard C. Jones, the Misses Dollie and Anme Martin, and Mrs. T. J. Watson „ of Portland; C. J. Stowell and Wm Cook, of this place; the son and daughter of Ansou Curtis, of Albina; a boy aged about 12 years, and Daisy, aged 11 years, went to the Columbia river for v "bath. Upon reaching the beach the ladies took t\e children and with them boarded a slender ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 August 1891

NOT MANY YEARS AG<X la » chamber under brown oU eave^ Soothed by the rustling aspen leaves, Quivering, murmuring low; I used to sleep when life was new. And dreams came softly as the dew. Not many years ago. Into that room the starlight fell • Softly, to bless and guard me well. With brig*bt and eager glow; And through the windows western wind Sang low, as bleep my eyelids pinned, ■ Not many years ago. I dreamed of days when I should win 'I'lie heart of love which must begin A woman's life below; 1 dreamed of fame and honors rare. And planned a laurel crown to wear. Not many years ago. I met nud missed tho loving heart. And love is now a thing apart And life must onward (low; And fame keeps distance, honors dim, Miragelike on the horizon's rim. As many years ago. # Ah me! But life though fairly sweet Is not the thins I hoped to meet. In which 1 trusted so; But -till I thi(ik the heaven to come. Will prove what I had set the sum. Not many years ago. —Helen M. Winslow in Honsewife....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 August 1891

■viuiNUSYLLABLES. (Tine be the force of words that tax tha ton™ But once, to S pe,k then, full (^u ' ? *On.^ They suit the speech or son - i ' 'lettr Dr b.rd notes on the like wtadroS heaf' Si that pour their joy for all who, au. , 1 """lEISS* Ch°rdS th 6 That tin. a« sUrillks from words to great length j Btron^words, of o.d, that shot right t0 the ! Smooth stones f rom tooSl'S^S^ i Which shaU make strong his thought, in rose or ft ills he with scribes to write, of l.ards to sin -William C. Richards in Harper's Magazine. "he Toolrick. I was a mining superintendent in the employ of an English company, and was in charge of the Akankoo on the to m? aT,° f AfriCaV at the time to came to me. These works, origiuallv but a series of pits, rudely excavated and row deserted by the natives who had sought the precious metal there we located just twenty miles inland from the old Dutch coast town of Axim The town, now become an English possession is situated immediately upon the extreme -•stern ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 August 1891

Tlie^JHT^reiLd. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher TKKkiS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONEYEAK ' jsa.oo BIX months only. ■:;;;;■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■. I An, ADVKKTIBING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail, l.r^-il Notices at U.e legal rate*, (live n» a trial. KntmV. ,\t the Tost Office for Transmission ii Qm Mails at Seivind-Class liates. Stale News in Brier. The fonr-ma^ted bnrkentinc Chelmlis will b< launched at Hoquiam on Saturday. lU'« Esmond, a 9-year-old boy of MnntonnTin was instantly killed Wednesday night by a nu. ■way te.im. The Indians around Goldendnleare "kicking" about so many ''Boeton klutchmen" picking berries at the berry patches. Charles No[>ens, a prosperous contractor of Centralia, ha* mysteriously isappearod and n< cause is known for his action. Five cars of a gravel train loaded with work men were derailed by an open switch near Mon tesano We-'nesday, but. no one was injured. The Elakomen loggers have been pretty activi for the past...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 September 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 45. The Hereild. Published every Friday evening, at Pull ■tan. Whitman county, Winhinifton. All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1891. Union Pacific ltnllu-ay. From Pullman, daily: EAST- BOUND: N». 16, Express, leaves at 5:05 p m N». 92, Mixed, loavt« at 10:00 a m WEST-BOUND: Ne. 15, Express, leaves at 11 :58 a v No. 91. Mixed, leaves at 6:50 pm Main Line, Nos. 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. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nob. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Hail rand. OOINO north: 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 LEWISTON BBAHCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 a m ocommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. 8. KEENEY, Age...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 September 1891

PULLMAN HERALD. WILFORD AI.L.KN, Vubllslicr. PULLMAN ~.. .WASH". PACIFIC COAST. I Fruit-Growing in Ari zona Territory. POPULATION OF MINIVOK. Two Hundred Miners Arrive in One Day at the New Mining Camp in Utah. Strawberries grow in Alaska, and now is mid season for them. Arizona hopes soon to be a rival to California in the fruit-growing line. It is again reported that the Dunsmuirs have soli! the Wellington collieries to a syndicate. It is reported that within the last six months 150 young women have taken up timber claims in the State of Washing ton. The infected Tahiti trees landed at San I'edro are being closely watched by horticulturists, who claim the}' are filled with insects. The government steamer Albatross, which has been in the service of the Fish Commission since. ]<>, is at As toria, and will await orders there. The Commissioners have gone East. A party of land swindlers have been arrested at Portland. They have been locating parties on land on the payment of ?•"&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 September 1891

TOLL) lIV A DEAD MAN. One evening, not many months ago three persons were seated in a rang cor ner of the lounging room of the Elec tricians' club of Vienna. From the in tent and eager expression on the faces of two of them it was evident that the sub ject of the conversation was more than ordinarily interesting. The leader of the conversation was a man apparently on the turn of thirty five, with a face strongly marked by the unsparing brush of late hours and unre •trained passions. He had reached the pith of the tale, and was enjoying the impatience of his listeners with a keen relish. At last, yielding to their eager importunities, he said: "Well. I'll tell you the name of the Udy, but remember you have given your word of honor that it shall go no " far ther. When l followed her from the train 1 found it was— shades of vir tue! Mrs. Walderaer." "You lie!" The words rang through the silent room like a trumpet blast Springing to their feet with a haste that sent chairs and table fly...

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