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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 October 1891

Palonse Country News. Little Wilbur, the four-year-old sod w U.P. Schuh, of this city, was the vie tun of an accident Wednesday that cost him bis life, says the Star. He wa, crashed to death. At about 11 o'cloct Mr. Schuhand his workmen started witl his team and heavily loaded wagon fo. "Swedetown" to n£ve a building, taking Httle Wilbur with him. The child war a lively boy and was talking and chat ting away when suddenly the wagoi made a slight lunge and he fell to the ground screaming. The driver at one checked the horses, but to no avail, at the ponderous wagon had passed ove: the child's body, crushing it terribly .He was picked up at once by the fright ened father and taken to Geo. Wolfe', house, and Dr. Watkins was at one. sent for. He did every thing in hi, ; power, but the boy was beyond earthh aid and expired in about five minute. . after the doctor's arrival. Mrs. Schnl . was notified and at once went to th( dead boy's side. She is nearly wild witL grief over the unfortuna...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 October 1891

..--:>•, ,\^__gy^ ■■*S. V. ■■. ~ ~ \ m~j3A5525^ $3,455.25. $3,456.25, -»g AWAY!= TO OUR CUSTOMERS. I See ho-? we are again showing our liberality to the community in and out of Moscow Idaho Armrpni«+i™ +v^ „. H _ ronae that has been bestowed upon us, we have concluded to GIVE AWAY on Saturday December 31, llglfS l^m.: Pat" 1 10t22°x12?f n tSt" ,M °BCOW ' IdHh°- eize 1 Dirner Set, U4 pieces *4G 00 —-——— ■— 1 Silver K,nL c « Si2ooo° I gent's Suit - 05 0U 1 lady's Cloak . . S 3O 00 |^ ahand^om IV lno _bt« B 1750 1 tails'. Cloak - - 15 oO 1 lady's Dress Pattern 25 00 Z M I'JSSS'pS^sS'B' 11 " ffiOnX 1 p.* Blanket. - - - g $ J Piano Lamp r - - 20 65 g •• • * 1 Bed-roo, Sot " }? -no J doz. Wilson Bros. White Shirta 900 lruu T k „ -.- * 15 00 Z m 1 Bain W»«r " " I I air gent's B. &H. band-sewed L air Lilee Curtains - - 10 00 Ul 1 ' a r V,", ■' - » '° ~~~ ' ■"■" ~"~~ ---' "-■•■-" 700 —~ . 1 lady's Trimmed Hat o, o ™ 800 < • ladv' s n°' wT 1 ■ " 900° lohfldPsHuit - - - 650 I «ur hdy...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 October 1891

McConnell, Chambers & Co. r DRESS-MAKING. This department has been so successful that we have been obliged to largely in crease our force, and are now prepared to do ALL work that is brought to us, with dispatch, and in tlie usual stylish and thorough manner. MILLINERY. Our millinery dep't is as usual replete with tJie 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. i jats, Rugs, Robes, sj-^fes , Muffs, etc., in great variety. STOVES. Before buying a Stove for your sitting 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 wood. COAL. ■ We are now delivering the finest Rock Springs Coal off the car to any house in town at $11 per ton. - $ PER CENT. discount in all depart ments f...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 November 1891

VOL. 4. NO. 2. SAFE CRACKERS. Union Pacific 8.. K. Company's Safe Blown Open and Bobbed of $312 Saturday Night. No Trace of The Robbers Has Been Dis covered. How The Job Was Done. The safe in the Union Pacific depot at this place was blown open last Satur night and robbed of $312. The robbers gained an entrance to the depot building by prying open one of the south side windows, which let them directly into the office. No one stayed in the depot during the night, and the last clerk left at about 9:30 o'clock. Before going to the depot the thieves had opened a carpenter's tool chest, that had been left near where the new school house is being built, and extracted a bit stock therefrom; other tools were stolen from different parts of the town. With the bit stock and steel drills the safe crackers bored their wav into the safe. The first attempt at drilling seems to have beep a failure, as it was not in the right place for their operations, and a drill was broken off in the hard steel o...

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

YOUTH AND AGE. When all la* world is lining, lad. and all the trees are green. Ami every (root* a man, lad, and every lass a j queen. Then hey for boot and horse, lad. and ride the ! world away; Voting blood mnst have its course, lad, and ! every dog his day. When all the world is old. lad. and all the trees I are brown. And all the sport Is stale, lad, and all the wheels run down; Creep home and take thy place there, thy early ! friends among. U<kl grant you find one face there you lov'd j when all was young. -New York Recorder. _^ ! ; JENNY. | It was night. The cabin, poor but ! warm and cozy, was full of a half twi ; light, through which the objects of the j interior were but dimly visible by the i glimmer of the embers which nickered ' on the hearth and reddened the dark j rafters overhead. The fisherman's nets I were hanging on the wall Some homely ■ pots and pans twinkled on a rough shelf ! in the corner Beside a- great bed with ■ long, falling curtains, a mattress was ! ex...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 November 1891

THE GLIMPSE JT: UUltau*. Wen. wStwT °"n »-— '•■•-r W0.,,.,,,,.,;,,,, ai!n ■' 1. ia stainless rtavli.'iit sn-v -v, ->*■»»«' rin«tb p Then Journeyed home to carry a I , Ktml William \v atson in London Spectator. ,AN AFRICAN KING, j Whreabo, king of all the Bas fi as, died ! at his head town ii the interior of Grand - Uirah, a trading station of Liberia The ! Uassas are a very numerous and intelli- '' geat |>eople, inhabiting a large district on the we* t coast of Africa, and Whre abo was one of the most interesting char- i I"' 1 ■■' ; on the coast. His father was' Boyer, who reft'atedly waged war to i prevent the Americo-Liberians from set- i thug at Grand Baksa. Boyer, however ! fell a victim to the vengeance of the Li- | benan laws, and died a bloody death, I but not before he had instilled hatred of the civilized blacks in the mind of his son and heir. After Boyer's death Whreabo attempt- j ed to take control of the government of his tribe, but he was prevented from do ing so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 November 1891

State Sens Items. Cattle thieves are worrying farmers iv ne vicinity of Rockford. Kent has decided to issue 815,000 worth of bonds to build water works. A branch of the International Barber's union has been formed in Spokane. Port Towneend insurance agents have organized an association for "nmtuai protection." A gang of thieves has been operating at Anacortes recently and many robbene; are reported. A special meeting of the state world's fair commissioners will beheld at Seattle on November 17. Society ladies of Port Townsend arc agitating the question of establishing ;, woman's exchange. The residence of William T. Bacon at Rockford was burned October 18, with part of the contents; loss, §1200; partly insured. Street gamins with slungshots are de stroying windows of stores and private dwellings in an extensive manner ai Port Towusend. A second carload of Puget Sound eal mon has been forwarded to Chicago. Sound fishermen find a good market in the Eastern cities. D. C. Dennison, ligh...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 November 1891

§^"* $3,455.25. See roMJe£ h^hPß,? w? °Uri iberality to the community in and out of Moscow, Idaho. Appreciating the very liberal nat ronage that has been bestowed upon us, we have concluded to GIVE AWAY on Saturday, December 31.1891 at lpm.: 1 lot on Main st., Moscow. Idaho, size 22x125 feet, value - 82200 00 1 Silver King piano-box Buggy 175 00 1 handsome Parlor Organ - 165 00 1 six-piece Parlor Set - 160 00 1 Bed-room Set - - 115 00 1 Bain Wagon - . i()o oo 1 gent's Gold Watch - - 90 00 1 lady's Gold Watch . 75 00 1 Sewing Machine - - 50 00 1 Parlor Carpet - - 35 60 1 gent's Overcoat - - 3Q 00 U.u. We are Famous for our Low Prices. Best Japan Rice, 20 pounds for SI 00 Looee Raisins, 22 lbs. fur 1 00 Arbuckle's Coffee, per lb. 20 C Sug«r, 20 lbs - - - 1 00 Granulated Sugar, Ift lbs - 100 Drk-d Apples, 15 lbs - - 1 00 Rope, 8 lbs - - - - 100 Kindly Remember, our Stock is unsurpassed in this country for Quality, Quantity, and Low Prices, and that we give a discount for Cash of Five p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 November 1891

A VIGNETTE. High in the blue the swallows swim like moths: Bronzed brambles lean o'er chalky cliffs: be low. The stream beneath the mill wheel whirls ami froths. Then, wounded, writhes along the meadow slow. White roads with flinty margins rise anil fall, Red Louses look from out their orchards green; The garrulous magpies to each other call. And, scant of grass, the tethered oxen glean! A silvery sound of horse hells shakes tin- air. Now calm with coming night. The acacias stand Etched un the orange sky, where shadows rare Guard, as mute eentinels, the enchanted land Through which the Biro sinks to the unseen sea Behind the wooded heights of Normandy] —John Hogben in London Spectator. A RURAL ROMANCE. A great burden of suspense has been lifted from the minds of the people of Coalton, Pa., and vicinity by the mar riage of Anna Cobert, daughter of the well to do village tailor, Benjamin Co bert, to Anthony Fraley, a prosperous young builder. The bride is twenty years old, pretty and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 November 1891

Estray Laws. Section 916. If the taker up ofestray property shall convert the same to his own use, before the title thereto shall vest in him according to law, or if he shall knowingly and wilfully violate an? of the provisions of the law regulating the taking up of estrays, such person bo offending shall be fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, and not less than double the value of suchtray property. Sec. 2538. It shall be the duty of the county auditors of the several counties of the territory to keep a book of suita ble dimensions to be called the "lloeord of Estrays." Sec. 253<J. Any householder about whose premises any estrays may be in the habit of running at large may take up the same and shall within ten daie give notice by advertising iuo same in the newspaper doing the county prun ing, which advertising shall be continued for at least three weeks, giving as correct description as may be, or natural and artificial marks and brands, also the pro bable age a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 November 1891

McConnell, Chambers & Co. ■ DRESS-MAKIXG. This department has been so successful tJiat we Jiave been obliged to largely in crease our force, and are now prepared to do ALL work that is brought to us, with dispatch, and in the usual stylish and thorough manner. The quality of our work in this dep't is attested by the satisfaction it gives to our customers, and we in tend to continue to lead in this as in all other lines of our business. From now until Jan Ist next, PRICES will be reduced in this de partment. And we hare a very complete stock of DRESS GOODS from which to select suit able patterns. t McConneli, Chambers & Co. '■;;■ ■-'■;: •v':v;-v- {:■■'■■'rTU prLI.MAS. The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher TKKMB OF SUBSCRIPTION: ! -JME YKAU $12.00 ; MX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 ADVERTISING RATES I Vre liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal ] rates. Give as a trial. For spectacles go to A. White's. Try Walter Ruble & Co. for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 November 1891

VOL. 4. NO. 4. ELECTRIC SPARKS. What the World has been Doing dur ing the Past Week. Important Dispatches, both Domestic and Foreign, Boiled Down. Friday, \or. Hi. Exports of wheat, including flour, from the United States ports during the week, reported to Bradstreet's, equal 4, --490,000 bushels, al*>*t twice the quantity 6ent abroad in corresponding weeks in thu four preceding years. For twenty weeks the reports of wheat and flour from United States ports reported equal nearly 82,000,000 bushels as against 37,398,000 the United States and Canada in the corresponding period of 1890. It is reported from China that the U. S, warship Charleston has left for Hono lulu with instructions to sieze the Hawaiian Islands should certain events occur. In case these unknown events should occur the Hawaiian Isles may soon form a part of the United States of America. The treasury department is advised that the Northern Pacific has discnarged six telegraph operators along the Cana dian border w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 November 1891

Whitman Ramble;. The following nrticle, from tbo p<>n oi .1. F. Carrere, was printed in the Spokane Spokesman, of Wednesday. November 11th. Pullman, Not. 10.—It is hardly necessary tc. wit that Pullman is picas.-.) over tin- news from Olyinpia, that the supreme court has decided i] her faTor in the agricultural college suit. Every body is shaking hands with his neighbor and smiling, and the crowds in the stores seen larger than usual though it lias been raining and the streets are banks of mud. But then who minds mud in the Palouse valley? Not tin Pdlousers certainly. They pride themselves or, their noil and they look with pride on every grain of fertile dust that has made their country ■ ich a wonderful agricultural section. For a wonder there appears to be no croakers. Everybody is pleased because everybody is busy and making money. The farmers are paying off their debts and have started bank accounts: j fie storekeepers are gelling goods for cash and collecting old debts, a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 November 1891

$3,455.25. See how we are again showing our liberality to the community in and out of Moscow, Idaho Annrepiatino- tv, o ™. „ ronage that has been bestowed upon us. we have concluded to GIVE AWAY on Saturday"eceSber lIflSOl at 1 m P&t" 1 lot on Main st., Moscow, Idaho, size 2**125 feet, value - .$2200 00 1 Silver King piano box Boggy 175 00 1 handsome Parlor Organ - 165 00 1 six-piece Parlor Set _•- 100 00 1 Bedroom Set - ' . n 5 0 0 1 Bain Wagon - . ioo tIU 1 gent's Gold Watch - - 90 00 1 lady's Gold Watch - 75 00 1 Sewing Machine - . 50 00 1 Parlor Carpet - . 35 0 0 1 gent's Overcoat - - ;j(j 00 11. S. We are Famous for our Low Prices. "Best Japan Rice, 20 pounds for $1 00 Loose Raisins, 22 lbs. for - 1 00 Arbu<»kle's Coffee, per lb. 20 € Sugar; 20 lbs - - - ]00 Granulated Sugar, 16 lbs - 100 Dried Apples, 15 lbs - - 100 Rope, 8 lbs - - - - 100 Kindly Remember, our Stock is unsurpassed in this country for Quality, Quantity, and Low Prices, and that we give a discount for Cas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 November 1891

TO OPEN THE COLLEGE At Olympia The Regents Decide to Open The Agricultural College at Once. The Regents will Meet in Pullman Some time Early in Decsmber. The regents of the agricultural col lege have been in Olympia this week They held a conference with Governor Ferry last Tuesday, in which a line ol action was agreed upon, and steps taken for the immediate opening of the school here, in accordance with the act of the legislature. The governor gave as surance of his hearthy sympathy and co operation in the matter. Dr. Conover, of Port Townseud, presi dent of the regents, and Regent Fel lows of Spokane, were unable to reach Olympia in time for the meeting, Tuee day, and another meeting was held Wednesday in the Taeoma hotel, ai which all members of the board, with the exception of Mr. Fellows, were in attendance. Mr. Bellinger, of Colfax. was present at both meetings. It was decided at this meeting to open tin school at once, probably within the next two weeks, after which work on bu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 November 1891

THIS TIME we wish to cull your at tention to a new and su-\ perb line of Dress Goods, which have just arrived. These goods are unique in pattern and unequaled in quality, endless in varie ty and magnificent in ef fect. They are not to be missed by any wise mat ron or maid who desires the latest and best to be obtained in tlie, state of Washington. AS A MATTER OF COURSE we have a great variety of ''simply lovely" TRIM MINGS to correspond to the goods with which they are to be used. THE REPUTATION attained by our Dress making Department ren ders it unnecessary to re fer to it further. A SPECIAL SALE OF SHOES. To close out the remnants of several lines of Boots and Shoes we are selling them at a reduction of from 25 to 50 per cent. WITHOUT REGARD TO COST! We don't often advertise clearance sales, and when we do we mean what we say. Come and see if we don't in this case. McConnell. Chambers & Co. PIIXMAN. For spectacles go to A. White's. Tropical frUitS in season at Taylor's candy f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 November 1891

Let Praise Be Uiven. Governor Ferry issued the following Thanksgiving proclamation last Satur day: State of Washington, / Executive Department. \ It is meet and proper that there should be a public manifestation and ex pression of the feelings of profound gratitude which the people of the state of Washington cherish toward Almighty God for the numberless temporal bless ings which He has vouchsafed to them during the past year. Now, therefore, I, Elisha P. Ferry, governor of the state of Washington, do appoint Thursday, the 26th day of No vember, to be observed by the people of this state as a day of thanksgiving and prayer. Let üb, therefore, on that day refrain. so far aa is possible, from our ordinary vocations; assemble ourselves together at our usual places of worship and ap propriately manifest our gratefui appre ciation of the innumerable blessings which have so bountifully been showered upon us by our Heavenly Father, and with befitting humility implore a con tinuance of the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 November 1891

Comparative Pig-Iron Production. The statistics of the production of pig-iron in the~UrTiW-Kingdo"" during the first six months of 1891 compiled by Mr J. S. Jeans for the' British Iron Trade Association, and recently published, render it possi ble to make a comparison between the iron industries of the United Kingdom and those of the United States, which is of especial interest m view of the fact that in 1890 the production of pig-iron in the latter I tor the first time exceeded that of the former country. In the first part of 1890 the pro duct of pig-iron in the United King dom amounted to 4,GG3,670 short tons, but in the recent half it fell off, owing to the depressed condition of the trade, t04,151,4755h0rt tons making the total fortheyear 8 820 ' 145 short ions, the figures in "all cases being those of the British Iron Irade Association. In the United States, on the other hand, the year was one of unparalleled activity in the iron industry, and the product of pig-iron, according...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 November 1891

November Nov. Ist, to on a respectfully Dress-Making is that been has City which is managed by a first-class City Dressmaker, who has been engaged for that purpose. PULLMAN MERCANTILE COMPANY^ Dress Goods! purchased at any place will be made up in the lat est styles. FIT GUARANTEED, PRICES REASONABLE The Herald. YILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher*- TKBMB OF SUBSCRIPTION: (SEYKAR $200 sfX MONTHS ONLY V.V.V.V.V. t!oO : ADVERTISING RATES \.n liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the Wai rates. Give tv a trial. THANKSGIVING. The custom, inaugurated by Lin coln, of proclaiming a general thanksgiving day has been carried ' out by President Harrison, who has designated Thursday, November 26th, as the time for the whole Nation to give thanks to God for the blessings of the past year; for the peace and prosperity of the country. Governor Ferry has followed with his proclamation, in which he says: "It is meet and proper that j there should be a public ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 November 1891

VOL. 1. NO. 5. ELECTRIC SPARKS. What the World has been Doing dur ing the Past Week. Important Dispatches, both Domestic and Foreign, Boiled Down Friday, \o'v. -'('■ lieutenant Frederick Sehwatka re turns to Dcs Moiues, lown. from his ex : plorations in Alaska. The party left Juneau, Alaska, June 25. They pro ceeded upNakou river 60 miles, consum ing two weeks on account of the swift ness of the current, thence across the count 80 miles to a lake of which the the natives told them. The lake is near Iv 100 hundred miles long by 15 miles in width, and was named by the party "Ahklan" (big lake). They then de scended New berry river for 150 miles, game being plentiful in this region. From Fort Selkirk they went southwest 225 miles to what is supposed to be the region in which copper abounds, but none was found. Several weeks were i spent in exploring Copper river, de scribed by the lieutenant as one of the most turbulent streams he bad ever seen in his travels. After ascending the mount...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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