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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 November 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publish^ TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OHE YEAR $2.0< MX MONTHS ONLY l.O( 1 .—__ ADVERTISING RATES 4r» liberal, and mode known on application ii person or by mail, I<egal Notices at the loga! Mat. Givi as a trial. SPOKANE EXCURSION The Spokane Chamber of Com merce has arranged with both the Northern and Union Pacific Rail roads to give a grand excursion to ! Spokane on Thursday, December 3, from all points in the Palouse Country. Tickets will be sold at j the greatly reduced rate of two cents a mile, less than half fare, and will be good for five days. These tickets will be sold only on the day of the excursion, but holders may return on them on regular trains any time within five days thereafter. On this occasion the people of Spokane will extend a splendid welcome to! their friends from the Palouse I Country. Reduced rates will be made at all the hotels and there j will be the finest electrical illumina-1 tion of the city on the night of De-i c...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 November 1891

j^»» $3,455.25. See how we are again showing our liberality to the community in and out of Moscow, Idaho Appreciating thp wry iiv»ovoi ~ Q + ronage that has been bestowed upon us, we have concluded to GIVE AWAY on Saturday /December3l 1891 at 1 m 1 lot on M.iin M.. MOSCOW, [daho, size 22x125 feet, valne - $2200 00 I Silvi-r King piano Imx BuRgY 175 nu 1 bandsotna Parlor Organ - 165 00 1 rix-pii Parlor Set '- 160 00 1 Bed-room s,t - -115 00 I Bain Wagon - - 100 i U 1 Rent's Gold Watch - - 90 00 1 liidv's Gold Watch - 75 00 1 Sewing Machine 50 00 1 Parlor Carpet - - 3-'> 00 1 gent's Overcoat - - .'ill 00 11. S. We are Famous for our Low Prices. Besi Japan Rice, 20 pounds for SI 00 Loose Haii-ins. 22 lbs. for - 1 00 Arbnckle's Coffee, per Ib. 20 (' Sugar, 20 lba - - - 1 (Ml Granulated Sugar, l<i lbs - 100 Dried Apples, 15 lbs - - ] Oil Elope, M lbs - - - - 100 Kindly Re?nember, our Stock is unsurpassed in this country for Quality, Quantity, and Lorn Prices, and that we give a dis...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 November 1891

FOR TWELVE YEARS. Aujust Kriigel Convicted of Killing Paul Bleckschrnidt in July. Judge Sullivan Sentences Him to Twelve Years at Walla Walla. The jury in the case of the state \>. August Kriigel rendered a verdict of murder in the second degree, and on Wednesday Judge Sullivan sentenced the culprit to twelve years at Walla Walla. Kriigle is the man who killed Paul Bleckschmidt in the latter part of las! July, at the farm of Chris Martin, twelve miles from Pullman. The two men had had some trouble, and Kriigle struck his victim over the head with a club, which action he claimed was in self defence, and from the effect of th.' Mow Bleckschmidt died. Kriigel will now have twelve years in which to re- ; pent of his deed. No Extra Session. An Olympia special of Monday says: > Governor Ferry and all the state officers met this afternoon, discussed the advisa bility of an extra session and adjourned without a definite conclusion. But it is > understood that Ferry does not think t...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 November 1891

State Alliance Meeting. Last Friday the issue between he Farmers' Alliance; in conven tion at Dayton, and Ex-President Button, was emphasized by the pa* sage of the following resolution- ' "That this convention unani mously censures the late president for his disgraceful conduct durinc the last hour of this meeting and the manner in which he left the hall, and that the secretary of this alliance be instructed to advise button s local of his conduct and ask that he be expelled from the order." The following is the list of dele gates appointed to attend the labor convention at Ellensburg, December 12th: J. 8. Capps of Lincoln J T. Greenwood of Kittitas, and A F ' Lane of Latah, Idaho. These men will go to Ellensburg uninstrueted ' and without the necessity of niak ' ing a report to anybody." A second committee was appoint- 1 ed on a mission somewhat similar ; to that of the Ellensburg committee. This committee consists of R. J I Livingstone of Lincoln, John Bal- i thus of Chehalis, an...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 November 1891

STATE NtWF. Waterville will be lighted by electricity within the month. The Ritzville Times urges tho forma tion of a board of trade. There is talk of holding a fruitgrowers' convention at Port Townsend. The Spokane and Great Northern Min ing Company has been incorporated a' Spokane. Orting took up a subscription for the. sufferers in the recent flood. It amounted | to 370 days' work. The Skagit Sawmill & Manufacturing j Company has been purchased by Cap tain McCall, of Mount Vernon, for 820. --000. !- Leon King, aged 38, a mill hand at Buckley, was caught by a belt, thrown against the engine and his back broken. He cannot live. It has been decided by the executive | committee of the chamber of commerce of Tacoma to establish in that city a mining bureau. J. G. Perrault's store and the postoffice at SanK City were robbed the other! night. Forty dollars in cash and three registered letters were taken. Constable Eugene N. Waid, of Latonia, decamped, and the residents of that littl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 November 1891

ON SHAKESPEARE'S PASSING BELL. As now thou mournost didst thon mourn On that sad day when ho was bonus Through Ihe B reen aisle of honeyed limes To rest beneath the chambered chimes: He heard thee not, nor cared lo hear! Another voice was in his ear. And, freed from all the bond's of men j He knew the awful secret then. ' ' -William Winter. A VERY PECULIAR CASE. Like many people in this world who in apparent health and in the full pos session of all their faculties, have yet un known to themselves or anybody else the germs of some dire disease lurking •Within them, 1 was totally ignorant that there was anything the matter with me. 1 had never been ill since boyhood, con sequently had never consulted a doctor. Whether, if 1 had, he would have dis covered my malady before I did 1 know not; but it is doubtful, seeing that it cer tainly must be a wholly unusual if not unique case, at any rate the way I found it out for myself. This phase of it alone j appears so peculiar and incredible ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 November 1891

C. M.""St£AES*S, "■" Attorney & Counselor at Law. Practices in all Courts. COLLECTIONS and PROMPT REMITTANCE a Specialty. Bank Block, PULLMAN, - - WASH, jyf ATHEWS & BRICKMAN, Attorneys & Collectors, I Prompt and careful attention will be given to all business intrusted to us. Office over Hunk blk.. Pullman, Wash JSULL & BULL, Attorneys-At-Law, —AND— Business Collectors. Will practice in the Courts of Washington and Idaho. 3pecial attention given to matters in Probate and Insolvency. Office in Bank Block, Pullman, Washington. (J'DELL & REID, J *s. V. O'Dkll. Jas. W. Reed, Colfax, W'n. Lewiston, Idaho Attorney's-At-Law, Colfax, Washington. Practice in the state and federal courts of Wash ington and Idaho. t3^~Bpecial attention given to business in Whitman county. J. L. POWELL, Physician & Surgeon, Office over Bank bldg., Pullman, Wash. "\YL. white, Physician & Surgeon, Office at White's drug store, Pullman, Wash. JJ. J. WEBB, Physician & Surgeon, j ! 1...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 December 1891

VOL. 4. NO. 6. ELECTRIC SPARKS. What the World has been Doing dur ing the Past Week. Important Dispatches, both Domestic and Foreign, Boiled Down. Friday, Xov. i»7. The grand jury at New York has in dicted Chace, the alleged opium smug gler. At Leliigh, I. T., two unknown men fir ed into the house of Peter Fleanteau mid killed his wife. Amos Weaver, a prospector, who lived near Wallace, Idaho, was killed and his cabin burned over the remains. Ignatius Donnelly is sued by R. S. Penl .v Co.. publishers of his book, the "Cyptogram." for S<".,(MK). The book was a failure. Two men are drownod in Lake- Mich igan, near Chicago. A yacht overturn ed with six men, of whom all but two were saved. A call has been issued at St. Paul for a mans meeting of citizens to take steps to secure for S». Paul the democratic national convention. A locomotive on the Cleveland A- Col umbus road exploded about a mile south of Akron, instantly killing Engineer John Byron and Fireman George Parker. The imper...

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

The Herald.] Published every Friday evening, at Pa! - ; man, Whitman county, Washington. All Advertisements will be continued and : charged for until ordered out. Entered at the Poet Oflic." for Transmission :: .; the Mails at Second-Cluss Hates. AS IT SHOULD BE The Spokane Review, of last Tut!--1 day, spoke right out in school and I puts the facts in the agricultural i college ease in the following plain words: The time has come when public sentiment should speak its disap proval of the welfare that is being directed against the agricultural college of the state. The institution j has been located according to law \ and after a thorough investigation I of the merits of the different places that competed. It has been hinted that the methods employed weiv dishonest. Of this there has been no proof, although the Pullman people have the vague rumor in the most open manner and challenged the production of such proof. The case was dragged into the court-. and a decision has been reached ...

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

$3,455.25. See how we are again showing our liberality to the community in and out of Moscow, Idaho. Appreciating the very liberal r>at ronage that has been bestowed upon us, we have concluded to GIVE AWAY on Saturday, December 31 1891 all r> m • 1 lot on Main M., Moscow, [dab. . 22x1!J5 reet, value - 82200 00 1 Sil\. ; Kin i iai o box Bngg\ 17.' 00 I handsoms Pi r ir (>:-. .-■ n 105 00 ] mx piece Parlor Sol '- ifiO 00 1 Bed mom Sei - - 115 00 1 Bain W - ■ ]<>.) i n ] i_" nts ' Mil.l Watch - - 90 00 1 lady's i rold Watch - 7"> 00 I Sewing Machine - - 50 00 1 Parlor Carpet - - 35 On 1 grin's Overcoat - - 30 00 y? &a %0 c Wg P5 tb Fpsmnii^ for our ! ow Best Japan Bice, 20 pounds for SI 00 Loose Raisins, 22 lbs. for - 1 00 Arbuckle's Coffee, per Ib. 20 <.' Sugar, 20 lbs - - - 1 00 Granulated Sugar, 1(5 lbs - 100 Dried Apples, 15 lbs - - 1 00 Rope, 8 lbs - - - - 100 Kindly Remember, our Stock is unsurpassed in $his country for Quality, Qiut I Low Prices, and tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 December 1891

COLLEGE to OPEN." The Agricultural Colbje Will Ops:-. • *\ January 13th. 1892. . j Chairs Established and Professor* i Named for the Institution The regents of the Agricultural College and School of Science, or rather a quorum of the board, met in Pullman last Tuesday evening, and transacted considerable busi ness. Those present were S. B. Conover, of Port Townsend, presi dent of the board, Regents G. W. Hopp, of Sedro, and Eugene Fel- ! lows, Spokane, and Prof.' Gee. Lilly, secretary of )'■.- board and president of the college. Regents A. W. Smith, of facoma, and J. H. Bellinger, of Colfax, were absent. The following is an official report \ of the meeting," furnished by the j secretary. The regents decided at their meet-! ing on the first inst., to open (in college January 13,1892. and es- i tablished the following course of study: .Ist. Course in Agriculture. 2nd. Course in Mechanic Arts. 3rd. Course in Domestic Econ omy. They also decided to establish a j preparatory department, ...

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

*or spectacles go to A. White' B . c ( .i l. >: IV.V <'lr. : a? al) —'-r and re %L " reoae,of three peT cent. 3w4 Latest thing out.-Collodian e ; nnl- TavmrV g^Jefy esR P^togrsph*. a, Stewart, proprietors. J5 Don't write the treasurer until Deeern-; bave the Ut- V°UrtaXeßaßL« wiU not time. a^es^"t rolls until that The store has b,,n oot^lty chanS iOWNEB, proprietor. " ' tf We have now a tu °-8l"rV building; con,plete. V EDDKa & WINDDS :; ; r " Oysters in any style at Taylor's can dy factory. ., t . Stewed, raw, hied, fancy, pan or loaf roast ovbtera at Taylor's candy fac tory. • ■ 2t( Don't forget Taylor's candy factory when you want something nice in the oyster line. o<f Subscriptions for the Weekly or Daily Portland Oreonian, and" the Spokane Chronicle taken at J. H. St Lawrence's at publisher's rates. tf Before purchasing railroad and steam ship tickets, consult agent Union Pa cific system^ Two large car loads of furniture have been put in tho newly arraug.xl store o...

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

-State News. Qeorgo Preeburn, a prisoner in tl ■ county jail at Walla Walla, escaped the other day. Orting took up a subscription for I ■offerers in the recent flood. It amon ed to 370 daya work. The assignee for William Best & Co. ■ of Tacoma, reports that a total i 900 claiujs faaa been filed againsi firm. The Skagit Sawmill and Manufact ing Company has bun ; urchaeed Iv Captain McCall, of Mount Vernon, : 820,000. An effort will be made in a few da to call the mining men of Skagil count> together for the purpose of oi a mining bureau. The snagboat Skagil is woikiufl iv I; month of the Stiliaguamish, near stan wood. Dynamite is being ased in th< removal of obst rucl l<n<<. S. A. Plumley, of Port Townsend is believed to be the man who will uuccei Judge Bagbee in th i J Statei trict jadgeship lor Alaska. The Oakville G-lobe wants a pump mil established in that town on a^coun the large quantity of cottonwood timber growing in Chehalia county. * The city of Port Ange...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 December 1891

World's Fair Xotes. The furmturo manufacturers of Obi ciii'o have taken Steps tc > make » collec tive exhibit in their line, a:..! they jtoid ise that i" will open the < Fes of visitors. Airs. Lnc.is, lad v manager for Penn sylvania, lias appointed Miss Florence Lewis, a young colored girl, upon hi r auxiliary commit too. Miss Lewis ■'.■■ one of the press representatives of the board of lady managers of Philadelphia. It is p.nnonnced in th Berlin news- j paper*! thai the entire organization of! the Imperial Opera Company of Berlin, j Germany, will come to Chicago in 1893, j to give operatic performances in the music hall to be erected on the exposi- j ion grounds. The government of Russia has de- \ cided to haul exhibits for the fair at half i rates on all government railroudf, and Ht j the game time it has suggested to pri i vate companies that they make alike reduction. A like arrangement his been j effected in Germany. Artists and manufacturers in Denmark] are making great ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 December 1891

One florae Power. When men first begin to become fa miliar with the methods of measuring mechanical power they often speculate ou where the breed of horses is to be found that can keep at work raising 83.000 pounds one foot per minute, or the equivalent, which is more familiar to some mechanics, of raising33o pounds 100 feet per minute. Since 33,000 pounds raised one foot per minute is called one horse power, it is natural that people should think the engineers who estab lished that unit of measurement based it on what horses could really do. But the horse that can do this work does not exist. The horse power unit was established ! by James Watt about a century ago, and j the figures were fixed in a curious way. j Watt found that the average horse of his district could raise 22,000 pounds one foot per minute. At that time Watt was employed in the manufacture of en- | srines, and customers were so hard to i find that all kinds of artificial induce- | nients were necessary to induce p...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 December 1891

VOL. l. NO. 8. ELECTRIC SPARKS. 1 What the.World has Ibsen Doing dur ing the Past Week. Important Dispatches, both Domestic and Foreign, Boiled Down. Friday, /'re. 11. The last Spanish steamer arriving at Yera Cruz hr.d smallpox aboard. The gross value of Parn estate is 855,870 and the net value 831,200. George Tlsirrip, the ninth victim of the St. Paul building disaster, is dead. LonK ft Merritt received the contract to build tbi citvhall at WhiitCQiE, Wash., for 839,870. Governor Portella of Rio de Janerio refuses to resign and martial lav. may be proclaimed. Lord i i:ii,V.: iii has been appointed British ambassador to France in place of the late Lord Lytton. Three heavily arm Indians of the famous Captain Wiley in Kansas, wete to-day apprehended.* '1 be rcilroad telegraphers on strike li.iv.' been defeated iv California by the Bonthero Pacific company. Twelve lives were lost in the two fiie disasters in Lou." "i11p,3 Ky.. aiid the total damage is placed at $500,000. Mayor Mason o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 December 1891

C. M. STEARNS, Attorney & Counselor at Law. Practices in all Courts. COLLECTIONS and PROMPT REMITTANCE a Specialty. Bank Block. PULLMAN. - - WASH. j^f ATHEWS & BRICKMAN, Attorneys & Collectors, Prompt and careful attention will be given It. all business intrusted to us. Office over Bank blk., Pullman, Wash J^ULL & BULL. Attorneys-At-Law, j —AND— Business Collectors Will practice in the Courts of Washington ami I Idaho. Special attention given to matters in Probate and Insolvency. Office in Bank Block, Pullman. Washington. (J'DELL & REID, J *s. V. O'Dell, Jas. W. Reed, Colfax, W'n. Lewiston, Idaho Attorney's-At-Law, Colfax, Washington. Practice in the state and federal courts of Wash ington and Idaho. B^Special attention given to business in Whitman county. J. L. POWELL, Physician & Surgeon, Office over Bank bldg., Pullman, Wash. \^L. WHITE, Physician & Surgeon, Office at White's drug store, Pullman, Wash. JJ. J. WEBB, Physician & Surgeon, ———— \ Is pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 December 1891

'I'll ron The State. The AlbtrtsoD trial hat) been set for January 11, at Olympia. Numerous petty robberies are being committed in Waterville. Fruit trees are being planted by the thousands in Skagit county. Port Angeles will sell S'AOOO worth of bonds to the highest bidder. Spokane butchers want a cattle in spector appointed by the city. Port Townsend will have free mail de livery service after January Ist. Norman R. Smith was elected mayor of Port Angeles without opposition. The Roslyn coal mines are now run ning a full force and are behind in filling orders. The Port Gamble Mill company has secured orders for 40,000,000 feet of lumber. A new postoffice named Morris has been established on the Wishkah river at Aberdeen gardens. Work on the Yakima irrigation ditch will be closed down this week. Work will begin again in the spring. Water was pumped into the pipes of Iho new water works system at Water ville for the first time last week. On Thursday an immense body of gray copper and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 December 1891

LEARNING TO SHOOTj The Youthful Idea Being Taught how to Wing his Arrow. Phenomenal Average of Attendance in the Public Schools Improvement is the standard of the Pullman public school and im provement is being carried on in every direction possible. The pu pils are all interested, and with in terest the battle for an education is half won. The per cent, of attend ance during the past month has been remarkable and is something at which the school and its patrons can look with pride. An average of .982 in a school as large as Pull man's, and with the disagreeable weather besides, is not a common occurrence, and we doubt if it has been duplicated, and certainly not surpassed, in the state. So greatly are the students interested that at tendance would be perfect except for sickness. In punctuality, also, is the average good, Mr. Harvey having but one tardy pupil in his room. This deep interest in the pupils is impossible only from the interest taken in the work by the teachers. They ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 December 1891

CHRISTMAS! soon be here. The Children will //are to hare TOYS, and the Old Folks will have to exchange PRESENTS. The Finest Assortment of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS for YOUNG and OLD wiM he found at McCONNELL, CHAMBERS & Co. The earlier you make your PURCHASES the BETTER SELECTION you have. CLOAKS, Fifteen Thousand. 1 "^/^^\ ""T" f T T T""^, 1"T" r T__3 '/ V T"^ F^i ~We can SUpply yoU in all SizeS ' from Three-Years to 40 Bust Measure in size, at HALF NEW YORK COST. Goods deliv -1 V^^ 1 1 I I - 1 l\.ilJLy J|^^ — ered from Pullman, Washington. For spectacles go to A. White's. Christmas trimmings at the Pullman j candy factory. 6tf The finest assortment of Christmas i candies in the Palouse country at the J Pullman candy factory. Gtf For a tine silk handkerchief go to i Walter Ruble & Co. (5t ) Great reduction sale for the next 30 ; days at Walter Ruble & Co.'s. (stf) For first-class shoes and all kinds of rubber foot wear go to Walter Ruble & Co. "" (stf) Buy a woolen suit of...

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