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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 March 1893

The Herald, WILFORD ALLFN. Editor AMD PutLiSHIR Published etery Friday evening, lit l*nll own. Whitman county, \W.!iini(ton. All Advertisements wUJ bs continued and chnrpni for until ordered out. TKItMS OF 8UB8C1UPTION: OXEYKAR W-g2 81X MONTHS ONLY. l-OO The New Senators. Washington, March 18.— Now that it is definitely Fettled that three men will present themselves to the United States senate with appointments by governors, in cases where th» legislatures failed to act, it becomes i» very Interesting ques tion as to whether they will be admitted or not. The democratic precedent has nit along been against it. The one thing that favors Senator Allen ie the fact that he has been a member of the club, and therefore there will be more of an effort made to got him in than would otherwise be the case. So far as Lee Mantle, of Montana, and ISeckwith, of Wyoming, are concerned, it is very likely they would be treated without much re gard to personal mutters, and would be either admitted or ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 March 1893

'' I'no :'.ci-^.>olitiiu Children. It was on Thir*j avenue the other day | that the faco * boy not more than 0 j years old, with ii cigarette thrust be- j [ween the little lips, attracted the atten tion of a woman who was passing. The • child's puny, sickly appearance, for he I looked as if nothing more than ciga- | rettes was needed to break his slender bold on life, made the woman stop in the hope that here was an opportunity Cor a word in season. ••Don't you know," she began, "that j you'll never grow up to be a big, strong man if you smoke those bad cigarettes? ! You'll die, anil you don't want to do that, I know." "Naw, I won't die nutter," said the ! young smoker without taking out his weed. "What would your mother say if she saw you?" was the next query. "Oh, she lets me." A chubby little chap of 4, round cheeked, a mere baby, stood at the elder one's sido during tho talk. The woman turned to him. "Your little brother doesn't smoke cigarettes. You are setting him a bad exa...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 March 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. I CITY OFFICERS, Mav..r—Thn«, Ne!H. Coumni.»«!« —E. It. Letterman, J. A. Wil- ' kinson, T. i.. Monroe, Wm. Wider, W. l. r«jr l.r. CI.KHK —I". M. Steam*. Mabshai.— li. IjmniiiK. Fount Junto! H. 1.. V.TriMHll. City v. mi V. E. 8011. Jrsnon or th« PBMBI It. K. Morriman, I B. B. Hum*. i in hi in CONORKGATIONAL CHURCH—Corn*' l'ara di«« anil High street*. Services at 11. «• '"■ and 7.80 p. m. ; Sunday school at 10 a. »'• 1., I). B.MIU), Pastor. METHODIST OHUHCH— On Hnnnyside hill. ' Berries. :,: 11 ii. mi. and 1.80 p. m.; Sunday School at 10 a. in. H. M. Mautin, Pastor. EPISCOPAL CiIUUCH— Services nek alter nate Sabbath at tin' Episcopal Church on Brand street, at 7.80 p. m. J. N- T. '""•-■ Hector. BAPTIST CHUBCH—("ornrr Boring and Mo- Kenziestreet*. BsrTion >->it> Bands] »l n a. m. and 80 p. m.; Bonds; school at 10 a. in- Weekly prayer meeting Thursday eroding at 7 •'dock. L. W. Gown, Pastor. BT. KMIUIIIM 's EPISCOPAL CHURCH— Homing Prayer at 11 a. m. every Bonds...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 March 1893

W&t ihiUnuui fUtttlA. VOL. 5. NO. 23. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During ths Past Week. Preparations to Observe Easter Sun lay in the Churches. prof. I.'ll Fairchild is in Seattle. . j, |". lariss went to Colfax yester day. —X. T. Shirley was in the. city vent' r day. - Oscar, Young was in Colfax Thurs day. - Mrs. <'. W. Ford is visiting friends In Moscow. —Senator McCroßkey was over from Garfleld Monday. —George Ford took in the sights at Palmist 1 City this morning. —Miss Anna Halsev expects to j."l to California soon to visit relatives Ires. lies ton, of the agricultural college, was in Colfax Monday. John (i. Gibson, of Johnson, was in Pullman the early part of the week. Win. I'uckley walked the street in the crevice a couple of days his week. pave Anderson, the representative from liosalia, wan in the city Wednes day. - Fruits of all kinds were somewhat damaged by the weather of the past winter. — W. L. Ladder, who has been quite sick, at Moscow, for several ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 March 1893

The Herald, WILFORD ALLEN. t. \TOI AMD PUCUSMR Pnblhbad every Friitny . eToniag, »' Poll man, Whitman county, WufalsVtod, All AiiririiM'mcnla will 1>« cautioned and chnr£i**l fer until onliTwl nnt. mm of BPBaciurnoNi ONE VTCAIt . $2.00 SX MONTHS ONLY. ... '■"" Ol i ■ 'M' baa intimated to a few < f bis congressmen that he will call an extra ■• ■ ion of congrese to dispose of the tr.ril question. [I v -II probably b gin , ilher in September or October. Thk salvation army has pent one or two of its subjects to Pullman, where they are selling "The War Cry," the organ of the army. We hope cholera will not make >'■■• appearance this <■ a ion. We eonldn't stand an attack of salvation army and cholera both at the same time. The state legislature did a most com- Biecdable deed when it passed tho Kos coo anti-cigarette bill. The smoking of tin 1 cigarette is an evil attended with many deplorable results, and wan fast Hipping the life and energy of inanv a young man. The effects of...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 March 1893

Thin unt th* nt« l *kirui left behind Hy ilftytirt-uk Voura Unit env.nr.l i-rocp, Anil tilt!', i:' <•■ 3 tho fchrott Of f!i,';t Tluit wr.vvi-a v.iiii the Hplrltft 1 wtndi But In half ilraasu that sltifi m.,1 nil! Ami ftiil nmotaberand furgat. My boul thi - '■' Ul bw ilmwu your soul A little ii or >ot. Our tires, most thai, urt* hovt>r near, Our ll»01 .'ln* nit) dt-vt-r far a; ,c. t. Though «il t!i<lt dl»" u» hem ito heart Seems falntw now, and now more cluui- Tonight ion i*l hlnu his full control, Ami With dtttiro ami with nicmt My »ottl this hour has drawn your soul A lit!).' near* ryat Is there a hoi c v- t:t-rt' heavy eartli Melts to bright uir that breathes no pain, YVlhtv water leavvs no thlrbl ugnln. And iprlnglng Br« is love's new birth? If faith long i.utniil to one true ktoal May i i re tit length itt hope tie^et, My soul that hour bhall draw yooriioui Forever uear yet. ■ -I), <t tioisettl. A LIGHTNING SHOT. "Yomntmt move on. I have dill) dal lied on your mot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 March 1893

The I Leretld, WILfORD ALLEN. foiTOK AND Pi PablUlMd fifvy Friilny malng, »l Poll man, WhilmHU eoa&ty, Wiuhinaiaii, All Ailrortiwnwnli" will b* i-ontiini<-.J «nil chanj*\l for uniil onlt»rwl oat. II RMS OF srnsrl:ll'lh'N ON! M IB *8.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY <•<><> An Elective Offlci", Washington, D. ('. Mari'l 28.—The minority report of the committee on privileij nnii elections on I lie raHO of Lee Ma le, appointed serator by tho govirin of Montana, finding be is not entitle i U his seal, bus be3n aabmitted to Chr i nan Vance, It ia signed In Vnnc~. limy, Palmer and Mitchell, 'the repnt says the question is, oonld the governor of a state „j p qI a senator at the beginning of a term, Ihe legislature being in session and failing to elect? li contend) that the original terms of sepal tmist begin by being chonpu by the legislature. Ah i here are but two ways of nonstitnLing eenatore, there are bat twti'wajs of creating vacancies, one by expiration of bis term, the other ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 March 1893

LIFE IS ESSENTIAL. 1 qn <-stion.-<l my mlMlrtood by the dead. »lv tool in it* ni.i;in-li. made answer and said: Kfo power can deitroy ami no Pal mate, fordoatli is uansiilon mid In. la a Mate, ....... nt ,, m of form and each atom of farce jJitoJ v a i>art "f |},|| Infinite wurre. Ami whether In motion, or whether m rrat, Jlusi Hveliv a lan thai .- never Irui , i cd." This then, Is the marvelous lecnM of i!i ath- Tollvs without Ufa, ami to breathe without hn .nil- , ,~ „ —Lucius 1.. ho<iU>. THEY SAW THE GHOST Nearly every city, town or village in our country that is old enough to have a history has its haunted house, and its etorv of ghostly visitants and eerie, un canny sounds and sights connected with gome particular locality. To this rule Florence, Ala., many of w hose older residences and families date back to the days of Andrew Jackson, forms no except ion. Around several of tho ivy clad mansions of the old town hang mysteries which make them objects of interest ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 March 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. CITY 111 IK I '." Mayor—Tho«. N«UI. OooMnJm H. I*tt<<rin»n, 3 . A. Wil kinson, T. U Monroe, Wm. V«ddar, W. L.T«J tor, fllll M. S!<-»rn«. M ua M. Ijuinitii;. Poijce him E. MorrirnHn. ( m .\TT»Kxire—V, K. 8011. .TrsTirts of TO* PliOl It. F. Mi'rrimnn, B. 11. Hnnnil. cncncnES.\ CONGREGATIONAL CHCBCH-Coraet Turn iliw i.n.l High str.--t-. S-r\iit~«l 11. n. m. anil 1 3D p. m. : Suiulbv Khoo] ut 10 b. m. L. 0. IVukis I'aitur. MCTiiODIST CHOBCB—On Hanajnride hill. fV'vioi-i nt 11 n. m. anil ".»! p. ra.( Sunday Sibool ii i" „ m. H. M. M u.i iv. l'H«t"r. EPISCOPAL CUllini-S..rvio« noh alttr n«to Snhhnth at tl.. KplHopnl Chnreh r.n (iranil »tr.M't, i.: 7.80 p. m. .1. N. T. lios-4, lector. BAPTIST CHDBCH—Comet Spring and Mrs- Konzifftn^'ts. Berrioei •very Sunday t»t. II a. m. .iivl 7:30 p. m.; Humliiy nohool at 10 b m Wtfkly prayer meeting Tlmivlay erpniueat 7 •'olook. L. W. Howes, Pastor. si Mil! KIM EPISCOPAL CHtJBCH— M.irnins Prayer at 11 a. in. BTerj Snndaj morning....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 April 1893

§B)e ftallimEii HefalJi VOL. 5. NO. 24. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Jim. Hill has his Eye on the Great Palouse Country. D r , C. C. Johnson is in Spokane. E, E. Russell is in Colfiix this week. Dr. \v. A. Egbert is in the city from Taconia. Hiss Laura Howe left Sunday for California. j_ h. Mftgulrehas been elected mayor of Moscow. —Dr. Egbert will be in Pullman again next Sunday. 0j ( . o . Melster. was over from Union town Monday. Or. K. M. Davis was here from Sc uttle yesterday. H. J. Garrison visited in Moscow, Idaho, this week. U, S. Marks and family will return to Texas next week. —Mark F. Jones was in Kendrick a part of the past week. —11. H. Oheatham was over from Ta coina again this week. James S. Klemgard was at the county seat Wednesday. —Thos. Amoß, a well-known Colfaxite, Wftl in Pullman yesterday. j| rB . 0, S. Mason and Mrs. A. A. Miller are visiting in Spokane. —I). Kyrie was in Oolton and Union town the early part of the week. —A. A....

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 April 1893

The Herald, WILFOHD ALLEN, Editoh and Publishm Pnhllnhed »vi>ry Friday eTenlng, at Pull man. Whitman county, W«htn«toii. All AdTertinemraU will be continued and charged for until ordered out. TERMS OF 8UR8CK11TI0N: ONF.TKAR $2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 . What i« a boon to on* class of public employes is an infliction upon another. It is said the departments at Washing ton lire in a flutter of nervousness at th* proposal to make the ofticiid day eight hours long. Th* braiawork of th* toil ers is so arduous and exhausting that life will have no charm for them if allied upon to do mote duty, Bat it will only be nominal, not real. In New York State murderers are ex j eeuted by electricity, in Utah by being shot and elsewhere by being banged. The individual states might at will in troduce other methods of phuflling off this mortal coil unwillingly, such as the guillotine, or beheading by the ax or strangulation by the garrotte. The Chinese have quite a variety of methods, including the....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 April 1893

PRGTLUS. He doesn't care lor nature, but la zealous for ] technique; Ile'» a decadent,* vWonist, of rtalnna rather weak; Twuonl) yesterday jntsc.il. n true linproA ■totilat. While In the mythic period they rail him • "classicist." Ab realist, romanticist they're two ntdes nf the shield- He gives the foe no quarter mid wan never known to vii-l>l. A eensitivlst (lelicatu hi' sometimes strives to be. And only the elect can tell what turn tumor row'll sic. He's broken all the uanolln of the critics ami their schools And maile for nil his followers n brand new net of rules: Hot when his'form" ii perfect he is tfotng to uttle down To write a mighty novel that will Fairly storm I the town. —A. Chamberlain in Hoston Common wealth. A NARROW ESCAPE. 1 one day saw a copy of Hafiz on thb table of v friend, llaiiz was a i 1 poet of the fourteenth century, i verse, lik'" thai of Anacreon's, was dedi cated to love ami wim.'. The book tvaa In Persian manuscript, was Buperblj i'. luminated and wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 April 1893

The I [erald, WILFORD ALUN. Edijou and Pvblishch (•iil.lish.Hl ovrrr Kri.lny pvrnlnß, »l Poll nun, Whitntnu ooonty, WnMhinvtoD. All MimslMiiiliiH will lx> roulinnwl kiul churcM for until ordvnd out. TERMS OF BUBHCRIPTIOS ONE YEAR $-•<»<• B'X SIONTMSONLY l-<><» Wheat-fed Hog*. It hit long been argued by ninny in wheat-growing sections (but bogs could not be g own ami fattened nn wheat, in competition with the oorn-fed hugs of the corn-growing states. It is believed this is an error, and in support if the belief attention is oalled to an article in the Rural New Yorker of March 11, a large part of which it reprints. The article is from a contributor in Ohio, mid it contains matter which should have the Attention of every fanner in in the We-'. Wheat, for the main arti cle of food, is our great crop, and we ni»v enßilT provide the timothy and do ver pastures so necessary for growing bogs. The correspondent reports the result of Ins visit to the farm of O. A. Oorv, in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 April 1893

DUAL PERSONALITY. ] RESIDUAL PHENOMENA OF THE MIND IN SANE PEOPLE. ll,i, feature of Complex Pemoimllty la 1,,,1 *„<■!! In the <"■** of » So Called Ab ,^,riiiliul<-.l llu»ln«-»« Man—Expertaneei of the SirrpiiiK Hind. Evidence is not wanting to show that vrlmt we call personality is an extremely ' eoinplex thing, the 811111 of subsidiary per sonalities which now shift and change like the figures in a kaleidoscope, and Igain becoming sharply defined under some abnormal condition crystallize into two or more distinct groups of elements, which alternately sleep and wake or even coexist. These complex elements may be so unstable, the groups compos ing them constantly breaking up and forming new combinations, that the idea of multiple personality does not natural ly attach itself to them; it is only when they become stable, and especially when each exhibits a well defined conscious ness that we begin to think of such a thing But besides the abnormal and diseased conditions Which c...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 April 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. (7/1 OPriCERS Mayob— T1io«. v ill. Oocsciunw—E. 11. lottwman, .1. A. Wll klnoon, T. L. Monroe, Wn.. V,.,M,t, W. L.T«J l»r. Cum i .M. 8l«am». MAIWIU, l«miii>B -IV.I T, V jQRtd 11. E. M.'rriumn. I'm Arron.NaT— V. B. Hall, ' Jtwnoaa or ran fitM I*—H. K. Mi-rriman, B. H. Kann*. CHURCHES. II UIONM, CIIORCH—Comet Para dine mill High kit,-i- Her !>••» »t 1!. »■ "'■ (•ml 7 HO p. in. . Bund*) Mhool hi 10 a. m. 1.. O. BaIBD, l'm-tor. MHTKciPISI' CHURCU—Ob Kimnyitln lii", Nwvirre. n! 11 n. in. unit 7.80 p. iv.; Sunilny School hi 10a. in. II M. Muivis, I'iwtor. KPIBCOPAIi rlll'Kl'H— Stvicph moh aller n«t<i Siililiith nt iii- EplMopal Chnrch on Qmnd »lr<>.-t, nt 7.:;' p. m. J. N. T. (loss, Baotar. BAPTIST CHOBCH—Comer Spring nnd. Mo- X, n7i' itwofi*. BarfioM erery indni ■■■' 11 n m. and 7:80 p, in.; BunJaj Kbonl •" 10 14. m. W,- Uy prayer meeting Thnratlaj Pienink'nt 7 o'clock. 1.. W, Oow«K, I'Mtor. art KATIIKUINI.-S KPIBCOPAL CHORCII— Horning Prayer at 11 "■ m. ev...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 May 1893

Hfe ftafllpti fieMfc VOL, 5. NO. 28. NEWS OF THE CITY, Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movement* of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. _We have bean reliably Informed that a certain well known money loaner of Pullman, a young man of pleasing ad dress ami of good repute,'has in his pos session a new suit of clothes. Now t his fact taken alone signifies nothing out of the ordinary, but when you add to this the rumors that have been mysteriously whispered about of newly purchased city lotSi frequent visits to the architect, hurried and blnshing denials from the young man himself, etc. etc. etc., why inn; naturally conludesthat . _\V. E. Smith, the N. I. agent at Uniontown, was in onr city this week securing tin 1 names of parties desiring te jruin the CBr that leaves rniuntowif, May 10, lor the world's lair. The car. In construction, in very similar t.. the Barnes photograph car being divided into three compartments, culinary, sleep ing and observation. It will accommo ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 May 1893

The I [eraldj WtLFORD AlllN. tDiron and PubuShir Tub!. .'.,■.! "Tory Friday mnlaf, <.' Pull awn, WLhmiin rmiutv. Washington. All A.lvi'iti--ii'.-ni- will In- continnwl nn<l chnrcwl fer nntil onlt'ivil onl. TERMS OF SI IIS< RIPTION ONK YK.AU $8.00 SIX MONTH* ONLY. I ■»><> Tiik municipal election at Spokane on the 'Jd inst., resulted in a victory for the republican ticket. The democrats hail control of city affairs for the past year. This is the forerunner of repub lican victory in the nation, at the end of the present administration. One term of democratic rule is all the people are willing to stand, in either city, state or nation. Xi n 1.1.n an newspapers make a mis take when they censure every act of the present administration. It will do many mfrilorions things for which it wiP be entitled to credit,' and if credit is not given for that winch is good, censure for that which is evil will lose its force. The wholsale denunciation of the acts of the administration ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 May 1893

A WINTER THOUGHT. _ rt11 |,,,, u d daisies thai on fyirj side JTmnßthe wide fluids la ivliiM>erlngeonn>anle», ?L delUuto llmuglit wrapped liuttarciip. that i it. fnarks of fire "'"'«■ the wavering Brass U «*« and toss with a" <>>« »'™ that [M, yet J^ni «> peaceful, so preoccupied. ■pi,— are the emblems of Dure pleasures flown- FSSmcm think of p>»aure without these. 1 * „ ,„ dream of them In to dl»« iri cold, forlorn midwinter reverie. tilled with t* perfume of old hopes new Nolowi"^'-'1""'-'"" ''"'r,"'"','','?• mi)mttn 'olu * -Archibald Lampmmn. THK POTENCY OF PIE. When the Federal General Grierson made his famous cavalry raid through Mississippi, the women of the state were ipeechless with indignation at the ruth less invasion of their sacred soil. Not a tear was shed as the Roman matrons buckled on the armor of the home guards-ohl. fcruy haired "majors" and "colonels," who had mustered with flint locks, and young boys just in their teens. All who could "bear a...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 May 1893

The Herald, WILFORD ALLEN. Editor and Publisher -, — Pnbltebed every Friday wiling, hi l'nll .mm. Whitman connty, Wnehlmtton. All Ailvsrtiwmont* will be continued and chutV'l for until onieml out. TKUMS OK SL'BSCBIITIO.N: ONE VKAH *? #J!Ji SIX MONTHS ONLY. l-"° NORTHWEST VEttM WASHINGTON. ■ The acreage of small frnit in ti is Kt.it> will be double tl at of lust y»ar. Yakima oonnty alune will spend $'2"pil, --000 fur irrigating ditches Ibis season. The present quarterly apportion ment of money to the schools of Whil niMi] county is the largest ever mad*, being 145,12.16, us against 188,688.88 for the same, quarter last T»ar. Btephen P. Klyou, of West liny City, Mich., William A. MdDoDßld Bud John Dswi of Seattle, have tiled articles of incorporation m a mill oompaQy, with ■ capital of 1800,000. They will »reo( ii large saw mill and shingle mill in Se attle. David MoGuire, ng« 19, son of Mich ael .Mi'iiuire. a ranober near Colfax, has bean oommltted t" tlie aiylam »t Med loal Ijiik...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 May 1893

A Fortunate Youth am/pri on an inbound train on Tb^ta> a Albany railroad were *!i?SJed one after. n lately by P*sCfagay Lothario. When the <**♦ wl d' Nfttick, a handsome mia ° man las Ln standing on the 'wform Wdding an affectionate adieu P ! «roally ">"• looking young "'""'■ "•sSTnertlednp to her fond admirer snd brushed Imaginary specks off the la? l°the 18trSn t\vas about to start he L an effort to embrace the idol of his •iadM btlt was rebuked by the young man who remarked: ?>Nat here, Fred; there are too many feS>S& a sweet oodby nd jumped aboard th now °Vi" tra'°' tho cars sped on to Boston, Fred ifdljforgot the girl he had left be n Pd hiwand seemed to care but little the attention that was shown to him t those of his fellow passengers who witnessed the parting at Natick. BuTFred had another treat in store for tll ep^,m,rs. When the train pulled n) at iontington avenue, he nlightod -Srti a merry heart, and before the peo- Kin the car could fully realize wha...

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