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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 December 1891

Palouse Country News. Laat Monday morning Conductor Near brought to this city from Wallace the largest train load of ore concentrates that was ever taken out of the Coeur d" Alene country, says the Tekoa Globe. ■ The train consisted of 25 cars of ore. j representing an actual cash value of 850,- j 000, and required three large engines to | haul it. The weight of the entire bad ii 500 tons, and the freight charges or: ; the same from Wallace to Denver, its j destination, was 16,927.55. Here it ! something for the Spokane smelter peo j pie to think over. This ore should be smelted at home, but even Spokane, with all her enterprise, appears to have over looked that fact. I Monday morning's train brought ! back to this city Abraham, who some time ago ran away with the wife of his neighbor, Pat Davenport. The woman returned a couple of weeks ago, but Abraham refused to come home until hunger drove him to it. He whs met at the depot and immediately arrested by Indian police, wko took him ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 December 1891

TWICE TEN YEARS. I remember it as well as if it were yes terday. The carriage stood at the door that was to take me back to school for the spring term. My mother gave nif> innumerable instructions, smoothed my collar and adjusted my cap on my head properly, then gave me a kiss and stood looking wistiiilly at me as I went down the walk and got into the carriage. A month or two later—it was in June, I think—after a hard struggle one after noon with Borne figures, all about a ship and a cargo and the profit and all that, I went out to join the boys. When I reached the play ground they were gone, and there was nothing for me to do but amuse myself as best I could. I strolled around the bouse with my hands in my pockets (which my mother had told me distinctly I must not do), and suddenly remembering her instructions took them out again: then, for want of better amusement. 1 began to whistle. Next to tbfl school there was a pretty cottage separated from the school house by a board fenc...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 December 1891

FEASTING IN HAWAII. - ■ ■ . ■ m ___^___ i - Alum '.-. Tooil Prepared in a Norel i ■ -Mamie* t.vr One Thousand Guests. The -folio\ving extract from a private i letter 'writu-u from Honolulu by Dr.] George P.' Andrews outlines a novel feast: We have been having a festival wee!:. I the semi centennial of Dahu college. A j number of alumni came home from the ! states, among others General S. C. Arm- : strong, of Hampton, Va., and he gave' j ns some grand Ir.lks on his work in the I great school there. Rev. William Gu- ; lick an i wife also are here from their twenty years' work in Spain. The great j feast was a novel sight. An awning of sails covered in a space about 00 by 100 ! feet, under which were laid tables, and the viands, cooked a la Hawaii, were laid on them. As provision was made ' for a thousand people an account of the i cooking may b« of interest. There were provided forty-five half : grown pigs, two beeves, I£s chickens, j several hundred fish] bushels of sweet | potatoes,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 December 1891

VOL. 4. NO. 9. ELECTRIC SPARKS. What the World ha* been Doing dar ing the Pait Week. Important Dispatches, both Domestic and Foreign, Boiled Down. Friday, Dec. IS. Russia is about to begin to import wheat. E. G. Morris has been arrested for illega'ly selling o!«jmargerine in San Francisco. Northern Pacific stock was absorbed 'for French account on the London stock exchange yesterday. Judge Macon. for the defense, was ill yesterday, and the Graves-Barnaby trial was adjourned until to-day. Habbens' Tin factory, near Laurel Hill. Long Island, was damaged by fire (Thursday) last night. Loss, $75,000. The Nebraska state beet sugar con vention adjourned yesterday after the formation of a permanent association. The queen, Princess Beatrice and her children, have gone to Osborne house, Isle of Wight, where Christmas will be •pent. Th« negro who assaulted Mrs. Baugh on Wednesday was taken from the sher iff's posse at Meridan, Miss., last night and shot to death. The comptroller of the curren...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 December 1891

The Herald WILFORD ALLEN. Editor AND PUBLISHER i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:; ; 1 ONE YEAR ... $2.01> BIX MONTHS ONLY 1.0«> j r~~ . ADVERTISING RATES j Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. - Legal Notices at the legal I rates. " Give us a trial. .. . j r A new opera house is one of the j most pressing needs in Pullman at j present. Where's the man who i wants to make a snug fortune? \ The republicans of the state must organize and stand together, know j no party dissentions or personal jealousy or brickerings if they would "sustain the old time majority vote i This is the plain truth of the mat- : ter. \ Some of our friends over in Idaho are again becoming a little excited over that old chestnut about a mis- j take in the survey between Idaho ! and Washington. What if there ip j a mistake? How long would it j take to annex the "pan-handle of' Idaho to Washington? We'd have i the vote to do that thing, too! — - i The Moscow Empire is out wish- 1 ing a new...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 December 1891

Throua-h Th* state. Ten miles of streets have. Wen graded in Olympia this year. Taxes are about 20 pec cent lower in Okanogan county this year than hist, owing to the large increase in valuation and aseß6able property. A large body of Onyx lying south of Lake Chewelah has been discovered. It will take on a fine p dish, and quarrying this stone will, in the future, be one of Stevens county's important industries. The waterworks question at Medical Lake is now the most prominent among contemplated improvements, and it will be submitted to a vote as soon as the preliminaries can be arranged. A sur- I vey to establish plans and specifications baa been ordered and will be made at once. At present the supply of water is short. Centralia citizens are greatly troubled by thieves. The other night nearly a thousand fruit trees that were "heeled in" for the winter in a private garden were stolen, and the next night several bushels of apples were stolen from a wid ow's bnrn. Hoboes do not steal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 December 1891

THE CITY FATHERS. Two Meetings of the City Council held During the past week. Improvement of the Town the watch- j word of the Councilmen. Following are tho proceeding:-! of the council in meeting on the even ing of December 5: Present, Mayor Windus, Council men Williamson. Miller, and Wil kinson. Voteat election canvassed and result as before announced was found, whereupon, \V. V. Windus! was declared duly elected as major for two years: E."fi. Letterman and J. A. Wilkinson councilmen for two years, and Archie White treas urer fur one year. Committees on grading streets were appointed by the mayor. M. H. Leitch was or dered to cover building in rear of his saloon with corrugated iron within three days. The Clerk wa*> instructed to procure deed for right of way across block 32 forextension of Pine street. Adjourned till De cember 18. Present at meeting of council on Friday, December LBth: Mayor Windus; Councilmen Letterman. Williamson and Wilkinson. Im port of committee on gradin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 December 1891

™~«w n, „,„.,, pHRISTMAS! nita, en wiU have to have TO YS, and the Old Folks will have to exchange PRESENTS. For spectacles go to A. White's. Christmas trimmings at the Pullman candy factory. g L f The finest assortment of Christmas candies in the Paloneo country at the Pullman candy factory. (; lr For a fine silk handkerchief cm to Walter Ruble & Co. (s t f, Great reduction sale for toe next 30 days at Walter Ruble * Co.'b. (otf) For first-class shoes and all kind* of rubber foot wear go to Walter Ruble & Co - (f>tf) Buy a woolen suit of Walter Ruble & Co. and save money. (f>tf) Walter Ruble & Co. lead fill competit ors in low prices. (stf \ The largest assortment of spectacles in town at White's Do not fall to see the new process photos, at, Taylor's gallery. Jewel stoves end ranges are the best. Pullman Hardware Co. tf You will save money by having pi tins for your house drawn up by Swain. tf For a bargain in whips and winter Roods go to VS'ngner Brothers. (...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 December 1891

Palouse Country Ktm*. Grading operations have it ft Main street school building high hi the air. resting on a circular peedestal of earth but little larger than the foundation walls. This work and the incidental condition of things interferes greatly with the school, not more than haif the usual number of pupils being in attend ance. When the work of lowering the building begins, school will probably be dismissed until after the holidays. Gazette. ■ The total valuation of property, real and personal, in Whitman county, is $16,687,348 and the total revenue $281, --740.95, contibuted as follows; Farm lands pay $178,471.69; town property. $83,570.52; personal, $69,015.74; poll, 81,984. This revenue is to be divided us follows: County school, $50,006.20; special school, $25,901.22; road property $25,003.10; bridge, $25,002.10; county $100,284.72; general state, $50,006.20; state bond $416.17; state militia $3, --330.24; poll, $1,948.-News. ■ The shooting of the two gamblers is the direc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 December 1891

WHERE IS HEAVENt "What is Heaven?" "«««.« with J«rd.whoJ ege'ssss:.. \ "WhM* U Heaven?" w.« .^ u-^S^BWiISK **"&£* h"yoDd "• mor* hirt •»* ■"• j THE ANGLER VINE. "Yon want to know how those marks i " came there, do you? Well, you would lam a mighty long time before you ' would come near it, so I'll spare you the j trouble and tell you the story." He held up his brown right hand as ; he spoke. Across the back of it were ■ two livid lines. One of these lines ! passed inside his hand and wound around j hi« little finger. Thig finger was twisted ! and brokjn and bent backward. Right | »p4o the finger nail extended the fiery, i threadlike line. The second line was a deeper red, i wider than the other, and from it other i filamentlike line* branched, covering the wrist with a network of scarlet tendrils. The main line could be seen to wind I once around the wrist and then was lost ! up the speaker's sleeve. >. "Well," he resumed, "you remember j the excitement that followed the disc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 December 1891

EIT* When you see it in nur p.rl. it'« so. "' ' A.W. MOTT&CO. ! DO YOU BEALIZE THE FACT THAT WE ARE SELLING FIK3T-CLASB GOODS AT MUCH LOWEK PRICES THAN YOU CAN BUY THEM FOR EI^SEWHERE T WE DO, AND HAVE STRAINED KVERY NERVE TO MAKE IT WORTH }OUH WHILE TO BUY OF US FOR CASH. Our Terms are always Cash. ■"• ' • Our Prices are always Lowest. Onr Goods alwavg as Represented. j AT THE NEW CASH STORE _^J | A. W. MOTT & CO. ■*■+ D. K. McPHERSON +■*- BUILDER FOX 1892. NEW DESIGNS, -:- NEW PRICES Will Give You Pointers Free. (6tf) BOX 112, PULLMAN, WASH. IN A FEW DAYS - •-■ ■ Pullman will have the finest Jewelry Store in the Pa louse country, both in equipment and magnificent of stock. Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. Silverware, Opt ical Goods, Gold and Silver headed Canes and Um brellas, etc. Do not make your HOLIDAY SEL ECTIONS before seeing our stock. Will be open about December 21st. Shawler & Miller. ' ! IN THE WEBB BLOCK. PULLMAN. WASH WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. | I wish to inform t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 January 1893

_ ■••■.:.(,..- -■.••.-: ■-„.■■ .■ < . H!)£ • 'pttUmatr fkfalix VOL, U. NO. 11. THE LOCAL FIELD. The Week's Doings of Pultman People Paragraphed. little Items Concerning: the Movement of Your Friends. — Donald Hvrie was iv Mosco v Wed tirsduv. C. O. Morrell was in Oolfai last Monday. Architect l'reusse was down fiotn Bpokans last Wednesday. -- School will not commence till one week from next Monday. —T. E. Edmundson, of (lie Vollmer Vidette, has been in town to day. —11. G. DePledge, of the First \a tional Baiik, was in Colfax Wednesday, — Miss Lillie Manns, of the Spokane Review, is visiting Miss Coral Mason - College students ore returning to be present at the opening next Monday. Miss Lnura I'rivett, o! Coifiix, is visiting tbi? Misseie Hungnte, in this city. Representative E. H. Lettermnn loft for Olyuipia the early part of the week. —The local knights of labor organ ization is making preparations for a diiuce in tho near future. The auditorium orchestra will give ii concert i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 January 1893

Ttie Herald, WILFORD ALLEN. Edito* A.io PusuSMlH rablinhed i-vor.v Friday evening, m Pull nun, Whitman comity. Washington. All Adwlli«Mm>nt« will tx> continued and charged for until ordered oat. TEKMB OF BCBSCKIPTION: ONE TEAR $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 DOES (iENERAI, KAIiMI.M) PAY t "Does general farming pay?" asks a cor sspondent of the Practical Farmer. '•Does anybody know of s general far mer who has made any money in the lost fifteen yearn ?" asks another. All these questions, writes ex-Gov. Hoard, of Wisconsin, but voice the general discontent Wfaioh pervades the farming community everywhere. Some people tp'l us the farmer has no business to be discontented. That if he will put the came brains, encrgv, anil business talent into his business that other mm do ho will succeed just ns well. No doubt this is trne to a great extent, and the proof of it is found here and therein the persons of farmers who do use bus iness intelligence and handle their farm toroas with business-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 January 1893

DEATH'S SENSATIONS. A MAN WHO PRACTICALLY DIED THREE TIMES IN ONE YEAR. Personal Experiences with Death Qo to ■ Show That the Moment of Final Dluo lutiuii Is Absolutely Falulera and With out Fear of Future Life. Although neither a physician nor a clergyman I wish to corroborate the views of the physicians contradicting Rev. Dr. Epworth under the heading, ••What Is Death?" in your Sunday issue. 1 As a Federal soldier, May 81, 1863, I was one of those who fought against the surprise of General Johnston, at the time commander of the Confed erate army, at Fair Oaks. The sur prise was made at noontime, while our boys were eating lunch. 1 remem ber one soldier being struck in a vital part and killed while leaning upright against a tree in the act of carrying a flapjack to his month, remaining aftor death in precisely the same position. When I saw him standing there I mis took him for a live man, especially as he seemed to me intent only on eating his flapjack, but the illusion was dis pel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 January 1893

The Herald, WILFORD ALUN. EOITO* AMD PVBUSHCR rnbliehed e»«ry Friday orenintf. at Pall Ban, Whitman county, Washington. All AdTntlmntmta will be <-ontinn*d anil charged for until onlereil out. TERMS OK SI'BWKHTION: «NE YKAB J2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY I .OO Gnlltj of Murder. Rathdrum, Id-ho. ]>cc. Sl,—Th* cue of Major l>aroold, for the murder of Walter Keeler, went to the jury at a few minutes past !* o'clock this evening. The jury returnei at 10:15 with a rer dict of murder in the second degrte. The people made a strung cass against Darnold. It will he remembered that the body of Keeler nas found id the quicksand on the shore of Clark's Fork river with three bullet wounds, one in the back of the bodT. one in the back of tho head and the third under the ear. The last burned and singed with powder, hi if the weapon had been placed against the victim's ear for the purpoß* of blow ing out his brains. The hai of the mur dered man had a bullet hole through the rim toward the back and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 January 1893

-<AT THE>- NELSON BARGAIN O X U£«JEi» + Everything This Month at Unheard of Low Prices. + Not Brag and Bluster, but Fact. "CASH THE LEVER THAT MOVES THE WORLD." The Secret of Our Success. We want to turn our Stock into Cash. We mud to do U Quick. Our Extremity is ) our Opportunity. We quote a few items from each Department for your careful perusal: DOMESTICS. 15 Yards 4-4 Bleached Muslin, * 1-00 16 '• 4 4 Unblsaohed Muslin, 10° 20 " Best Print •••• •••■ ■■■• \ {)i] 20 " Best Apron Ginghams ..•• ••■■ •••• •••• •■•■ J-™ 14 •■ Best Dress " .... •■•■ •••■ •••• ■•■■ "" 1-00 BEDSPREADS. Large Size .... .... .... •••• 65 cent*, worth «1 25 " " Im't MHfboillee, .... •■•• ■••• •••• 75 " ' L'° LINENS. Turkey Bed Damask, .... •••■ •••• •••• 25 cents per yard, worth (<>,. All Lii en Damasks .... ■••■ ■••• ""■■in"""- " " 750 N,; k ;:, (ler nDa™:: .... .... .... .... .... .... .... V,, I.: . (!;>c to 82 per doz., worth double, m i , . ,< t ■ 20 cents per pair, lowels, coud bi;o,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 January 1893

CITY DIRKCTOKY. nri orFWKRs Matob-\V. V. Wind™. Cor»ciui*»—E. it. i«tt*rtnui, J. a. Wil kinson, A. A. Miller, H. Williamion, M. Zander. Cube—Thoa. ML Marshal—John S>|uin«. Pni.i,> Jusrnr —11. X, Mcrriman. ("m Att»)R.\kv -('. M. St*«rn». JlsTiris ok Tin VmoE- H. K. M.rriiiiaii, K. H. Hiiima. CHURCHES. CONGRKGATIOKUi (111 11(11 -Cotuthn- dice ami High Btrwto. Bmlosial 11- a. m. mi.l 7.30 p. in. ; Sunday uhaol at 10 a. in. 1,. O. Haiku, I'a m or. MCTIIODLST CHUIU'H—On SuniivM.l.. hill. Services at 11 a. in. and 7.80 p. ni., Snndny School at 10 a. m. 11. M- Mabtin, I'aator. ETISCOPAIi CllUKCH—Service« pach alter nate tiabtmth at tha RpiMopsJ Church on (imlnl KlMt, ill 7.80 p. 111. J. N. T. (loss, liector. BAPTIST CHURCH—CorneI Spring and Me- Kenziostrwtt*. ■ .»rvioe« every Hiui"lu\ at 11 H. m. Mini 7.;!u ,i. m.; Sunday school at 10 it- in- Weekly prayer hi taring Thursday evening at 7 e'clock. 1,. W. (iow'KK, I'antor. ST. KATHKKINK'B i.rise opal CHURCH— Morning i'myer at 11 a. m, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 January 1893

fjjc fljefatiX cs^tJ J^ 4P JIMJi 41 i vi-1 f Jv ViJ^JP* VOL. 5. NO. 12. THE LOCAL FIELD. The Week* Doings of Pullman People Little Items Concerning the Movement of Your Friends. — Ed Dowling, aged 43, was Wednes day brought tc the ounty jail from Rjs-ilia to be examined for lunacy. About tlir c weeks ago, Dowling up pearod in Rosal'a, and offered his ser- Tioes to the hotel-keeper there. He waa very hungry, and the hotel man fed him and put him to work. No agreement waa made as to wages nnd Dowling worked right along, day after day, merely asking for a little tobacco. Suddenly his listless behavior gave way to that of fear and fright. He swore that somebody had hypnotized him, and that fiends flashed lanterns in his room all night. This settled the question of biß sanity, and last night, upon due ex amination, Dowling was committed to the asylum for the ioaane. Ho is a native of County Kerry, Ireland.-- Commoner. —Tbe agricultural college opened last Monday with about 200 students p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 January 1893

The Herald, WILFORO ALLEN, Editor a»o 'Puhishcr rablith«d PTery Frid»jr fvenlng, at rail awn, Whitman county, Wuhin(<uiu 411 AdnrtiwrnantD will lie eontlnmd and churgvd for until ordered oat. TEHMS OF B0B8CK1FTI0N: ONBTKAR. $2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY LOO THE HAYOR'B MESSAGE. Mayor Noill's message to the oouacil is a document of considerable force, and outlines a policy which, if oarri«d out, means much for a proeperous future for Pullman. And Neill ii not the man to lay down a line which he will not make every attempt toward following up, and his best efforts will go toward the reali zation of his hopes and plans, as depicted in h'S message, during his term of office. He is a man of broad and liberal Tiews, and his recommendations to the council are all with a thought to the city's beat interest. Tbe message gives particular import ■net to the building of a sewerage sys tt>m, and this wo hope will be one of the first things which the incoming council will attend to. The l:enlth of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 January 1893

A DREADED PIEATE. BLACKBOARD LOOKED ENOUGH LIKE SATAN TO CE A BROTHER. Tin 1 Ferocious llobber of the Sens Hail a Fashion of Cutting Himself Up in » Hideous and UcpulnlYe Manner —Story of II i» BllUßMftll V.iy«gc». Pamlico sound, now the haven of the storm tossed mariner and the home of peaceful industry, was once the theater of far different scenes. In the beginning i,f the last century its placent waters re flected a flag which struck terror to thousands of hearts and paralyzed the commerce of the New World; the thick ly clustering vives and luxuriant growths fringing its shores concealed, like the original Eden, ii hiding devil, the foe of God and Blackboard, the pirate. From a strange tendency of human na ture the life of the pirate possesses a fas cinating Interest, not only for the small boy who devours the pages of his half dime yellow back novel, but also for the reader of stronger judgment and better taste. Indeed some of the greatest writers have been unable to resist the ...

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