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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 October 1891

The Herald, WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher TMtliS OF subscription: omeykak....; S2OO SIX months ONLY. ".'.'. .. '.'.'.'.'.'.: .. t.oo ;--<\ advertising rates . Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates. Give us a trial. Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Claw) llatee. Washington at the Fair. A circular recently received from the Washington World's Fair Commission shows that work is progressing mo.st favorably. Besides having a separate, complete state exhibit in a building constructed entirely of Washington material, it baa boen determined to have the state of Washington enter with the best exhib its in every possible department. Her share of the national exhibit will be carefully attended to. It has already been announced that the Northern Pacific Railroad company has generously agreed to carry all ex hibits free to collecting centers in this state and then to Chicago. The Oregon & W...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 October 1891

CuiTON. BLOSSOM* CLUB LORD CORNWALLIS JACKSON TLI.LS A GHOST BTORY. . Drnnin" *ce'» , o P , ny »" Imponaut Hart i., llm . Llve , of men -Trouble 111 tin Trei.HHi-c.-v, Gillie— An Inter e«(iu<r Meetiiix. *£!£!? ? ovl'n' to <lis ere town," said brother Gardner, as the meeting de cull d populashun gits up in de man run' an' goea to b,d at nighl 'cord boo^ da ru-es laid down in dream books. I reckon dat ebery house on Thompson street has got a book, an dat it am konsulted ten times whar" de Bible am once. 1 has bin axed mo' dan a hundred times if I believed in dreams? To a sartm extent 1 does, r se an nl» man an' I reckon I'se had at least fo mill yon dreams in my time. "To dream dat yo" was standin" in front of Rear Admiral Bumbo's pie stand on Thompson street when a funeral procession passed by. An' dat a!J de horses had white feet an' all de wheels of de kerridges was painted red. an' all de hack-drivers had on blue iiats, an nineteen yaller dawgs was follerin cm behind, 'is a ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 October 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor ado Publishl TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OWE TEAK S2O! SIX MONTHS ONLY . ..... 7.7.7.7.7.. 1 !o< ADYEKTISING RATES Are liberal, and m:.de known on application i person or by mail. Legal Notices at the ln^i. rates. Give us a trial. Entered at tho Post Office for Transmission ii the Mails at Sec<md-Class Kates. Iv the Palou>e Country. ; A very important land sale was midi last week which clearly demonstrate; that our farming lands are gradual! \ creeping up in price and more and mor. sought after, says the Uniontown Jour nal. Mr. John P. Kline has sold 21; acres of land, lying opposite to the tarn of Sebastian Dahm, the consideration b3ing 533 per acre, or almost $8,000 It is a fine piece of land and was pur chased by Mr. John Droasel, a brother in-law of Mr. Schafer. Mr. Kline still retains his tine farm on which he resides, or 689 acres, close to town. Mr. Kline is to be congratulated in the foresight he exercised in the securing of this land, f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 October 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 51. The Herald.) Published every Friday evening, at Pull smn, Whitman county. Washington. All Advertisements will -be continued and charged for until ordered out. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHUBCHXa CONOKEOATIONAL CHURCH, cor. Paradise and High street*. Service* on each Sunday, as follow*: Sunday School at 10 am; morn- j ing service at 11 a m; prayer meeting, 7 pm; evening service at 8 p in. Bible study j on Wednesday at 7 p m; and on Thursday the Ladies' Society of the Golden Rule meets at j 2 -30 pm. All meeting* are held in the church, | and the bell is rune thihty minutes before each meeting and struck five minutes before begin ning. L. O. B.UBI), Pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES. 'I. O. G. T.. Lodge No. 59, meets in 1. 0. O. F. hall every Tuesday evening. 1. E. Lobauoh, C. T.; Nettie Lobatoh. secretory. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, Pullman division, uniform rank. Regular drill son Sunday of each week under instruction of Sergt. Evans. Meets every Monday night. J. C. Fabk, Re corder; J. M. ...

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

PULLMAN == HERALD. WH.FOBD AM.«N. Publisher. PULLMAN WASH PACIFIC COAST. Vera Ava a Spiritualist in California. TEACHERS' UNION IN NEVADA The Leaders of the Military Mob at Walla Walla Arrive Safely at Alcatraz Prison. Travelers say there is an active vol cano in the Cascades. A teachers' union is being organized in Virginia City, New The examination of Frank Heney for the murder of Dr. Handy is going on at Tucson. The Indian scare in Idaho is not caus ing apprehension to army officials at Spokane. The Juanita is the only sealer not re turned to Victoria, B. C, and fears are expressed for her safety. The Perot-annual session of the South ern California Pomologica] Society is being held at Pasadena. The work on the jetties at the mouth of the Columbia is progressing. Rock is carried four miles out to sea and dumped. Thomas EL Horn, a Pinkerton detec tive, charged with robbing a faro bank at Reno last April, has been acquitted by a jury. The Loa Angeles Consolidated Eloc tric Railway ...

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

Slows Stores * , McCONNELL, CHAMBERS & COMPANY have a large stock of STOVES for Coal or Wood, or BOTH Round, square, large, small, high, low, long and short! And Cheap! 0 STOVES STOVES Securities A Drug 1. New York. Oct. 10. —While the in vestment market is in a most flattering condition for the investor, there is no denying that for corporations and firms who desire to borrow the situation is not cheerful. The investment market is at present overloaded with securities. There are wagon loads of bonds for sale in this city to day at prices which their owners would not have looked at a year ago. Various railroads, notably the Atchieon and Union Pacific, have made unsuccessful attempts to float bonds for the retirement of their floating debts. There is no market for floating securities. The Rock Island's failure to sell its new bonds is bat a sample of what i* hap pening all along the line. Yet then; is good reason for believing that this condition of the market will not last long....

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

The Herald ■fttaKd at the Post Office for Transmission i *»* Mails at Seoond-ClaBS Rates. State Newß In Brief. Oakville brags of v brass band. ▲ Masonic lodge is to be organized ;. Kebo. Oil wells ar* being bored at Blaiiv and Sunias. A dancing club has been organized at Chehalia. Elk are being captured in large nun. ber» in Clallam oountj. There are said to be only 125 taxpa} era in Franklin county. Knights of Labor in Spokane are prt paring to give a ball on an elaborate scale. In King county about $800 boun^ is annually paid on bear, wildcat an*' cougar skins. A Kelso paper says: '-The chain pin; liar of the upper Coweeuian has been found in Kelso." The Cornwall lumber company at Whatcom has resumed the shipping of lumber to Chili. School Superintendent Dixoa, of El lensbnrgh, has discovered an enormous vein of tin ore in the Peshastin district. The stone masons of New Whatcon. threaten to boycott the county commis sioners on all county work for employ ing a non-union workman. Th...

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

'. ; THE OPIUM SMOKER. I lam and dra-. n cious( ,_ SKKSsgg 1*1 Tun, Uno .„,,,, I hold the future in my memory. Ako I have this garret which I rent —London Academy. ) !■ UNCLiToiTNEPnEW. AUowing for dignity of years Geoff,-,,, Mid lleton, nephew, m, v like in pen and nature. v llar-'« The two were the last representatives of their rage, Middens, of M 'iddletoh ™Jl and strangers who saw them together were surety fancy them father and sL unti iL toned to the contrary. They were both toll, thin and muscular-justifying in tV • degree the arrogant Lancashire t£S> winch affirms that "the south grows tree, the north grows men." Their futures v£re rugged and boldly defined, speaking, without worts, of force of character and vitality of v.v . Wo could look either uncle or nephew in the face-as they looked their neighbors and read weakness there. But the nephew as became stalwart seven-and-twenty bad pretensions to bo described r.3 handsome (upon the family pattern), which his kins mail lac...

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

The Herald. WILFORO ALLEN, Editor and Publisher '. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: VtdtXZkß...... $2>oo MX MONTHS ONLY '.7.7*1.00 Ai>viiivmiNu rates ; *r- liberal, and made known on application in i intnou »r by mail. lygal Notices at the legal rates. Give us a trial. ;■ ' j I'alonse Country Sens. ; ■Tuesday the people of Oakesdale were ■ notified by Frank Brown that there was ! a dead man lying under a straw stack! in a field on his ranch, says the Sun. I The coroner at Colfax was Uuly notified ! of the fact, and being unable to attend, j requested J. F. Fisk, Esq., justice of the j peace, to hold an inquest. This duty j being a little extra judicial for a justice, ; Mr. Fisk asked Attorney King to his Hid, and at once issued a call for a jury - of inquest to me«t at the place where' deceased lay. This they did, and after j viewing the remains and hearing the j testimony of Frank Brown, rendered a j verdict that the man, whose name they j could not ascertain, died from a dose of j poi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 October 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 52. The Herald: S Published every Friday evening, at Pull man, Whitman comity, Washington. All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. Entered Ht the Post Office for Transmission in the Mail*, at Second-Class Rates. =—,_ "OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, cor. Paradise and High streets. Services on each Sunday, at. follows: Sunday School at 10 am: morn ing service at 11 a m; prayer meeting, 7 p m; evening service at 8 p m. Bibie study .m Wednesday at 7 p m; and on Thursday the Ladies' Society of the Golden Kule meets at '2 30 p in. All meetings are held in the church, and the bell i- rung thility minutes before each meeting and struck five minutes before begin ning. 1.. O. Bauu>, Pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES. 1. O. (}. T.. Lodge No. 59, meets in I. 0. O. F. hall every Tuesday evening. I. E. Lobacqii, ('. T.; Nettie Lobacoh. secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, I>uilman division, uniform rank, Regular drills on Sunday of each wt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 October 1891

Tlie-Hereilci. GILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher | THKMB OF SCKSCiiIPTION: " ONE iHA ..... <r«>oo MX MONTHS ONLY. "....'. .7.V.7.V.". TioO «" ADVERTISING HATKS \ *'•■ liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. I#|jb! Notices at the legal I rates. Give us a. trial. ' ! The Board's Decision. OLYMriA, Oct. 17.—The state board of equalization to-day concluded its ah )Ußtnient of valuations. It has made a total reduction on all classes of property of 827,772,288, which leaves the total valuation of the state at 8:520,02 1,080. The net reductions are: Real estate, $23,513,313; personal property, 5'.14.!H)1; railroad mileage, 84.164,074. A 3 mill tax rate was agreed on, so that tho lew for the state purposes will amount to 8987,072.24. It is established that the revenue from other sources during the year will amount to about 8100,000, making a total revenue of 34,087,072.24, less the amount-of taxes uncollect^d. The board concluded that a 3-mill levy would be nece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 October 1891

WOMAN'S WAY. ♦">• One Thl k 7^— Goe< atTi ■-„.- '■> *li« Vr°"e nner . taveSn °f, v °men ♦ypewriters. who to the^^ 1'"" a Picaresque element have dealt » office work in Washington. Sinn t lms blow to the l°n»» °f the work y Veiy quiet]y accomplishing I t tJ 16 maiJ clerka hive >**» ito to ?he £n* ni! re18 tßlk Of larel extending manipulate t»m. JS?* 7 v!. ctoryof this kind ™by the woman who. instead of demanding high Place and power by bombastic assertions. toTOtM her clever wits to performing 1 n duty assigned her so worthily and well that she gets invited and welcomed ap higher, does more for the canse than » whole federation of woman's clubs gab- Wing about what woman could do if she were not kept back from honored place by the tyrant man. Woman's sphere has been enlarged greatly and her limitations vastly ex tended in the past two years, but there ire two or three peculiarly feminine points beyond which she does not seem ible to evolute herself; one of these is ! ever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 October 1891

THE TREE T LOVE. In the house of my Ood many trees there are. , Uti I lie banks nt the Beautiful river- • . Cedarsof Lebanon, rich him! rare. i ( The Tree of Urn. whose broad leaves are i | lor the healing of nations: Ihe fig tree, too. . | , Once withered by Truth, now by Truth mad new. ] Bui the tree I love iv Hie sacred sod On the banks of the Beautiful river, Is the tree where the sweet tired Psalmi stood - In his harp's selah. with soul a-quiver- : Is the green olive tree in the home of my God And I trust In His mercy forever and ever. -Orella Key Bell in Atlanta Constitution, i A NONCONDUCTOR. ' They had told me that she was a soul less creature, frivolous and light; that the sole preoccupation, the one aim of her life was pleasure. In fact 1 had made her acquaintance at a ball, sur rounded by an infinite variety of ador : ers, smiling, disdainful, allowing herself to be worshiped, completely indifferent Naturally, after a turn of the waltz, in which she floated, light And ele...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 October 1891

§^ $3,455.35. .. .. ,~r~f- $3,455.25. $3,455.25. ~*s TO OUR CUSTOMERS. 110t 22 0n 1^f^ Moscow, Idaho, size ™rr»,, " »»'■ ' O-L ? -LO^l, at IP. m.l 1 wi22 *1^ 5 fePt Valne " 52200 00 1 Dinner Set, 144 pieces . *4 0 00 ' •■»■—— ■■■■*■» i; J§iL.; ■is — —^F"-" ■ IS- : » E • 1 1-ult'r r,.u w. l " i i -lj" j ■ - - 700 ~~~~— —— ——^— ——^_ 1 l! 'uv s Trimmed Hat - 800 «-•" m jssp- -:■ li ■ LStt-v -"- i \B!F— » J Lj • 1 gents Overcoat -■ . 30 00 1 pair girl's Shoes . . 2 .-,„ 1 pair h ,, v - Boots . . 250 f O--^™^^,^^.,,^^.,^-^^ . Candy - - - - 200 Bacon ' . . -2 00 t^ a Recollect, these are absolutely Free m i. - ■—-WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE- § HI • Wholesale & Retail. * u.S J O General Merchandise, Furniture and Vehicle Store of Moscow " " 2 <1 • - _ ' ' fe y *^ J' - - - -■■ - .'u_. .i.ii.., fi^ !-- " ii i. j *\- I We are Famous for our Low Prices. ° g We are famous for carrying the LARGEST STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE in the North.«t w 1 that has made a shipment of a tram-load of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 October 1891

PULLMAN HERALD. ~ i ; WILFORI) AMIS, PublUher. ; PULLMAN..........;-.-....... WASH. \ WASHINGTON. A Tradueer of Ladies is :' Egged at Oakesdale. SEATTLE & MONTANA ROAD. A Superor Judge Decides a Railroad Can't Condemn Private Prop erty for a Branch. Artesian water is found at a depth of sixty-live feet at Seattle. Tacoma has built twenty-fight naph tha launches in ten months. Hotel I*ll boys in Seattle have peti tioned the Board of Education to estab lish a night school. The Postal Telegraph Company an nounces that it will have a wire into Spokane in two months. The cutter Wolcott is doing excellent service on Puget Sound in preventing the smuggling of Chinese. The light on Destruction Island, off the coast of Washington, will be burn ing from and after Thanksgiving day. The men who made the arrest of Al bertson, the Tacoma bank thief, near Gardiner have been quarreling over the $500 reward. The resignation of Colonel W. T. Sharpe, chief of ordnance on the Gov ernor's stall", wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 October 1891

PalouM. t«nntry X.- CW!f .. ir r - "Ccitlent «*nrr Pj last Friday «...:, •.: . , ! . rotL . : . ;;;■ n.uk. wll ,, I;lf ,., fivtawiv to «c which way the tree wasgig^ -«- - across the te mple , fromth6 :;:j o'"hu-h sh, ,li«l , lt 4 o'clock, or about three hours after the accident. She w,, about yearsoldandad r <*O.Jadaon.- Moscow Minor. Following on the boiubkmu aowdd. that have turned up i D Moscow recently one now appears that relegates the otuors into ntter insignificance. It isf the ar rest of Mayor Kyle and W. D. MeKenzie on a charge of perjury. 1 h, v were „r . rented Monday by Deputy U. S. Marsha"! Btraoahan of Lewiston on the complaint of one J. L. Brown of .Moscow., com plaint baring i, en written and issued by J. A. C. Freund, a U.S. <-„,, er, to appear before him. when it was as-" eertained afterwarde that he could not Bit as the magistrate in the case" having been the attorney for Mr Kyle in the former ,-,...,. against him. On XN.ud.r, evening they were taken before ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 October 1891

McConnell, Chambers & Co.; ... ■_ ■■••-. ■ ■ i .-.'■-. -......; j ;-jt •■■'■,■■■- ! '-'■,' " ' - i i ■ I DRESS-MAKING. We have secured the ser vices of a No. I dress maker from San Fran cisco, and are prepared to make Dresses, Cloaks, Wraps, etc., in the latest styles and of the BEST class of workmanship. The demand in this de partment is already so great that we can only undertake to make up goods purchased of us. MILLINERY. Our millinery dep't is as usual replete with the la test novelties of the sea son, and is presided over by a lady of well known taste and ability in her profession. CLOAKS. JACKETS. Of these we have a choice selection at very reasona ble prices. They are go ing off like hot cakes. ' FURS. Overcoats, Rugs, Robes, Boas, Muffs, etc., hi great variety. STOVES. Before buying a Stave for your sitting-roon, kitchen or office, it will be worth your while to see what we have in this department. The"Universal" Stove is without a superior. We have them for coal or for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 October 1891

VOL. 4. NO. 1. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHOKCHEB. CONGHEOATIONAL CHURCH, cor. Paradise and High streets. Services on each Snnday, as follow*: Sunday School at 10 am; morn ing nervier lit 11 a m; prayer meeting, 7 pm; evening Hervice at M p m. Bible study on Wednesday at 7 p m; and on Thursday the Indies' Society of the (iolden Rule meets at 2:30 pm. All meetings are held in the church. and the bell in rang thihty minutes before each meeting and struck live minutes before begin ning. L. O. Baibd, Pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES. I. O. G. T., Lodge No. 59; meet* in 1. 0. O. F. hall every Tuesday evening. I.E. LoBAUOH, C.T.; Nettie Lobauoh, secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, Pullman division, uniform rank. Regular drilltt on Sunday of each week under instruction of Bergt. Evans. Meets every Monday night. J. C. FaBK, Re corder; J. M. Hill, C. C. ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS, Pullman council, meets every Wednesday evening in I. O. O. F. hall. H. E. Mekkimax, secretary; V. E. Bra*, c. Union Pacific Hallway. F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 October 1891

OUTSIDE OF THE WORLD. MAINE COAST DWELLERS WHO AREj BEHIND THE TIMES. . The Fisher Maid of Basket Island and the Discouraged Citizen of Isle an Hunt. Native* Who New Saw a Horse, a Train, an Engine or a Brick House. The residents of South 1 Thomas ton are, in common with other Maine coast dwellers, rather behind in the march of progress, and it doesn't require much to : startle them. The other day a steamer passing White Head blew very a long . blast rom her peculiar sounding chime whistle, whereat the villagers marveled greatly, but at night they were posi tively frightened. A steam yacht in the harbor displayed an electric reflecting light, illuminating the sea, sky and land, and not a few of the unsophisticated na tives, remembering the unearthly shrieks of the strange steamer, coupled the two events and concluded that the universe was about to collapse. ! The innocence of these people will not ■Mm so very strange when it is remein- \ bered that many of the natives of Mon- j hega...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 October 1891

' The Season's Grain Yield. i S--etary lioaveP( o the Spokane * -«nl*r of Commerce, has compiled *"'■' '»- of the grain marketed in the Inlnml.Emr.ire for the season, and'has issued the following ' ''-"' at u.rii\, : -,, 8 Ciu* BEß of Commekce, Spokane, Jet. 2.; -About the middle of Septem ber I began a series of inquiries as to the wheat, barley and oa' crop of this within a radius of 125 miles of Spokane. The information I have re- Wived has been in reply to the following questions: First— What is your yield per acre of wheat? ■ . Second—At what do yon estimate the shipments of this year's crop from your station or stations? Third— At what do you estimate your shipments of oats'.' Fourth—At what do you estimate your shipments of barley? This report is made by a careful es timate from the reports of several in dividuals from each place mentioned. It is my opinion that it is in the main correct. From each station one or more reports have been received. Two features of those individu...

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