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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 June 1893

Ttic Herald, WILFO.ID ALLEN. £ditok AND Publisher Published i>rrry Friday cTening, at I*llll nun. Whitman ctmuty, Wiwhlnvton. All AilTi-rUwniwitu will b« rnntinaiHl and chargni for until ordered oat, TKUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONEYEAK $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY 1 -00 NOKTHWKST NEWS. WASntNOTON. A wiKl boar weighing over ItOO pounds was shot near Port Townsend. Walla Walla'fi new <x>stoffice building is exported to lie ready for occupancy in obut C>o days. Keinbold Harraa, of Walla Walla, tried te drive Frank I'atlertion, a former employe, from his premises with a club, when PatUrton stabbed Hurras with a poakel-knife. A new eqnirrel-killer in the shape of bieulphate of oarbon is being used with success in the Palouse country. It is Baid to be cheaper than etryehaine and even more effective. Nick Milton, a German, aged about 45 years, while engaged in mining in drift No. IS in the Hanger mine, was cuved on by a heavy mass of rock and earth, killing him instantly and mang ling his ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 June 1893

LOVE'S SECRET. Kevcr seek to to" thy love \ Uive that never told can be; Forth* gentle wind doth Silently, invisibly. 1 told my love, 1 told my love, I told her all my heart. Trembling, told, in ghastly fears, She .lid depart! Soon after she was Bone from me, • A traveler came by. Silently, Invisibly; He took her with a sigh. William Blake in New York Ledger. THE MISSING COAT. Mv name il Frederick Putnam. I i «c been the last 10 years foreman and hnokkeeper of the lumbering ostabhsh- ZtdlWUllaill Winston & Co. Mr. Winston is the resident partner and man ritot the business. The other mem bers of the firm live in the city and at tend to the pales of lumber which we send to them by vessel. One cold evflning as I was preparing for home I heard footsteps outside, und Tiroseiitly a tall, stout, well dressed man with a small traveling bag in one hand alula shawl over his arm entered the office I was alone. I had already put on my overcoat and was turning down the light .■ Good evening,...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 June 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. c/n officers. M»\.>h- rim-. Mb OomRnUBX '. 11. l-ttcrnmn, J. A. Wil liiiM.u, T. L. Monroe, Win. Vedder, W. L. Tay lor. Ci.riiK M. Steams. Marshal—R. limning. Poll. I JrnTicK— H. E. Mcrriman. I m Attohnky—V. K. Hull. Jomcß of Till I'im'k 11. K. lUrrima It. 11. Bub*. CHURCHES. CONOKKOATIONAL CHUBCH—CorneI Para din mill High streets. Bervioseat 11. a. m. nnd 7.81) p. in.; Sundiiv school at 10 b. m. 1.. O. H.UKD, Pl.-tor. METHODIST i lUlicil 11 Sunnyside hill. Services at 11 ,-i. m. aud 7.80 p. ra.;Bnnday School at 10 a. 18. II M. Mautin, Pastor. EPISCOPAL CHUBCH -Service* each alter nate Sabbath at the Episcopal Choree DO (irand street, at 7.80 p. m. J. N. T. (ions, Bestow. BAPTIST CHTJBCU—Corner Spring and Mo- Kenile strpeta. Services evory Sunday at. 11 a. m. «nd 7:Su p. m,| Bands; school at 10 n- m- Week!) prayer meoting rtiarsday evening nt 7 •'clock. L. W. Ctowan, Pastor. ST. Mill HINT'S EPISCOPAL CHORCH— Morning Prayer at 11 a. m. every Sunday morning. CHIUBTIA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 June 1893

cry * ftallwatT Mttalh VOL. 5. NO. 30. HEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. _>Ir and Mrs. A. W. Mott returned fron.tl.eirtrip to the «orl«r S fair last nini! Mr. M<ftt saJ' B that tlle fair T»iu m-.iv magnificent ipectacle than he expected to see, and that Chicago „,,,„« and board rates are not high as the Zplehad beenledtobelteve. He has Jngay words of praise for Washington's exhibit. _^he bachelors and benedicts played ■mother game of base ball Monday, the .core standing 18 to 21 in favor of the former. The benedict* are playing bet ts ball bs 1 l'.-y receive practice, and the next game will doubtless be a close and interesting one. —Samuel McOowen has been found guilty of assault and battery this morn ing judge Sullivan would not admit the testimony of McDaniels, thereby throwing out the strongest part of the prosecution. -Miss Minnie Slieriden, who has been in the telephone office here for the pas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 June 1893

Tlie Herald, WUFOJD ALLEN. Edito* AMD Publishes Published ever) Friday i %.mm;. lit Poll nan, Whitman county, Wanhinicton. AH liliwihsnanls »ill be coulinued and obsifnd for "mii unlerei ont. TKItMS OF SUBSCUIPTIOJii ONK VKAIt $12.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY t .OO i he Cigarette SI n ProtriMted Attorney QeoersJ Jones has notified nil proseoating attorneys of ibis date that the decision of Judge i an ford was merely pro forma, and may be reversed. The following letter has been sent out: I)KiR Sin' — 1 am authorised to advise you that the proceedings beretofor taken in the circuit court of the United States with reference to the discharge on writ of habeas corpus of one 11. L. Convert. who was arrested for Felling oigarettes in violation of the act of March 7, LB9B, were not designed or intended to bus pend the enforcement of that law, but mlv for the purpose of enabling the question! presented by the petitions in these cases to be *] llv determined in the supreme court of [he United States up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 June 1893

Special Ilriuid of Idiot. it to absolutely impossible to exist without a i , No man with any self respect or any re »rd for Us personal comfort can afford to do •%he young man who uses tho patent trousers 1 if,. or the more economical mattress !'d who confides his boots to be cleaned by , mot boys at the comers of publio thorough, "ire* do 9 not enter Into consideration. He ihThi'ro'are Wccrtain necessary adjuncts toliv which are vulgar In themselves, but which, uh a proper amount of tact, can be so trans formed as to render them acceptable to th. ■ . ♦".f-n^Tone of these We do not I am ..Una of people of refinement-wish to Xnwwhat is tlitcostof articles or how they Z , nurchascd any more than wo rare to assist 11 the preparation of our food or the slaughter If rattle which are to provide us with suste nance. And yet even these rude function! may be so directed and accomplished as not to be offensive to our sense of delicacy. The special brand of idiot who can publish utterances lik...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 June 1893

The Herald, WILFOHD ALLEN, CDITOR and Publisher lMtilifliP<l <>wry Krai..* i>vpning, h! I*nll MMI, Whitman county. WMU&CtOata All Ailvprtin'ini'nN will (»*• conllnnMl anil charfoil for nntil onlprwl oot. TERMS OF si BHCBIFTIOXi ONI YEAR $2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY. <•<><» M) Rill WEST NEWS. WASHING [ c IN . Sent lie's new school houso is to be three <!<>rit»F, of brick ard stone, and is to cost M 4.000. Tlie annual school election «t La Con ner was forgotten this year, not II sin gle vote having been oast. Price A- Caldwell, of Cheney, have been swarded the coutrnct for building the new public school building at thai place, which it is expected will cost 819, --000. D.J. Coltman of Walla Wnllii -liwi ,!iu;i> l'« uf (.onilvsin of llm heart, Me had Maided in Walla Walla «inoe L 877, and li'inos ii wife unil four «hil'lren. At Pomerov a nine-year old boy, by the lmme of Darby, in trying to bonul 11 n heavy loaded truck fell under tbe truck and bad lis ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 June 1893

Soul CoDimunlon Day. The last of tho 17 days set apart by the Workl's fnir management for "tlu parliament of religions" Is monthly whole world soul communion day and the sixth anniversary of its institution, The first whole world observance was en tho 27th of September, 1886, when "there was silence in heaven for the epace of one-half hour," when a greater or less number of the worshipers, of all tlic great religion! faiths of the world united for 80 minutes (time at all points corresponding with the half hour inter veiling at Salem, Or., between 12 mend ian and 12:30 past meridian) in invoking universal peace and new and higher in Bowing* of spiritual light, Of course the World's fair manage ment did not know in setting apart the 17 days between and including Monday the 11th and Sept. 27 that "the parlia ment of religions" would terminate its session on the anniversary of this the most universal religious movement ever instituted among men, but such is the fact, and being so it is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 June 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. cm OFFICERS. Mavor—Tlu*. Ni-ill. CorxciLMKN —K. ii Letiermao. J. A. Wil kinKou, T. 1.. Munn»\ Win. V«id>r, \V. L.Tiijr lor, Clkkk —('. M . St,;,in hl M IMB —H. !*nning. Polich Jomoß—H. E. Hi nun. Cm Attorxkv—V. B. Hull. Jomcca or ihk I'hcf- 11. R. MerrlraM It. 11. 11..i,im. CHURCH F.S. CONOKI IONAL CHCBCH—Comer Pai . diM hiui Hi^li tttrooU. St-rvioc* at 11. a. ill. Kii.l 7.30 p. m. | Bui laj Khool hi Hi a. in. L, O. HUM), I'a-uir. Ml.THonisr CHURCH—On Haonjrtlda hill. Hervicoa nt 11 i. in. at- I 7.80 p. m.{Sunday School at 10 a. n.. II M UaBTIIT, I'iutor. El'lHi'Ol'Al. (Hllii'H— Bwtlom «ich alter liHt.- Sabbath at i:." BpUcopal Charoh on (iniml »in i. .' 7.80 p. in. J. N. T. Oosa, 1., i tor, BAPTIST rillMlCH— Comer Sprint; unil Mo- K"nzi.>ntn*t'iH. SerrioM ererj Sandav 1.1 11 a, m. and 7:80 p, m.| Sunday boo] at It) a- hi- Weekly pnyor meotlng Tlnir>tlny evening at 7 »'cl» lv '•'*, Uowi . I'iiMtor. BT. X trill KINI KTIBCOPAL CHUBCU— Mnrning PruviT nt 11 m. i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 June 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS, Mayor—Dim. Motll. Oocxi .:■■■■ —E. 11. Lettariuan, J. A. Wil kißMQ, T. L. Munroc, Wid. \.itd.-r, W, L. Tay lor. Ci.hr.h—<'. M. Ntcarns. Marshal— li. Ijinniug. Pouch Jt-anoc—ll. E. Merrimaa, City Atti)rmkv—V. E. Hull. Jom ■ or thk Puck—U. 1: Merriinan It. 11. Bus*. CHI RCHJ S CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH—Comer Para- ■■ i at 11. a. m. m. i Bunday school Xt in a. m. UO I!it&D, Pastor, 111 i rIODIBT ( lin;> H On Bunnyside hill. Bcrrieofl at 11 a. m, and 7.50 p. m ; Sunday > ■! at 10 » m. H. M >Uktin, Pnstor- BPIBCOPAL y HI Ri H Bervioes eacb aitai iiat*- Saiii'ittli ut in' 1 1 piscopnl Church on 80 p. in. -I, YT. GoM, Rector. BAPTIST CHURCH—Corner Spring and Mo- KenziestreeiH. Services every Sunday at II a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Sunday school at 10 a- ni. Weekly prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. J.. W. Uow£H, Pastor, BT. {CATHERINE'S KPJBCOPAL CHURCH— Morning Proyi r at 11 a. m. ever) Bundnj morning. CHRISTIAN CHURCH—Services every Si,:. ...

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

Wb* IJullnran Mttalk VOL. 5. NO. 37. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happeniugs in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. \[ rSj Mary Clement Leavitt, honor ary president of the world's W. ('. T, 1.. ■ui'd our first around-the-world-mission ary ,knownaa the W. 0. T. tj. path finder, will be in Pullman Borne time t n i ß month. Mrs. Leavitt has spent eight years in visiting the different na Honsof the globe telling them of Christ. Further notice oi the lady's visit will be uiven next week. fiias. Underwood returned fron bis vigil to Eugene Oregon, and other points | U I Tuesday evening. He intended to reach the Pa'ouse country in time to celebrate the Fourth, but missed a train tit Pendleton and wu obliged to lay over there a das'. Oharlie lias some Ushy talus to tell of contests with Oregon trout. —<;. \V. Shawler liaH retired from the firm of Shawler A Miller, jewelers, Mr. Miller now being sole proprietor. The business is still conducted at the old ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 July 1893

11 Hi 1$ finllmatt fijef&Jth VOL. 5. NO. 37. HEWS OF THE CITY. Happening in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Mrs. Mary Clement Leavitt, bonor ar y president of the world's \V. ('. T. 1.. gn d our first around-the-world-niission- W y, known as the \V. 0. T. V. path [Inder, will be In Pullman gome time ttl j, m onth. Mrs. Leavitt lias Bpeni eight yean in visiting the different na tions of the globe telling them of Christ. Farther notice o{ the lady's visit will be jp'ven i»'xl week. —Chas. Underwood returned fron his v i s il to Eugene Oregon, and other points lust Tuesilay evening, lie intended to reach the Pa'ouse country in time to celebrate the Fourth, but missed a train „, ivihlli lun and was obliged to lay over there a day. Charlie has sunn- lishy talcs to tell of contests with Oregon trout. _(i. W. Shawler has retired from the flrmof Shawler & Miller, jewelers, Mr. Miller now being Hole proprietor. The business is still ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 July 1893

The Herald. WILFO.-iD ALLEN. EDITOR AMD PUBLISHIR Pulilinhed *tm] Friday evening, »t Pull nan, Whiln in comity, Wellington. All AdTPrtwrnentji will be continued and chained for until ordered out. TKUMS OF BUB8CK1PT10N! (INK YF.AIt $8.00 81 \ MONTHS ONLI LOO The Sherman Act. Tin' Sherman silver purchase act, known to tue statutes h ill" act of July 14, 1890. nil 1 which there is now so much clamor to hare repealed, i- us fol low* : Bo it enacted, etc., tbnt the secretary of the treasury li hereby directed to purchase, from time to time, silver bull ion to the aggregate amount of 4,500, --000 onoow, or so much thereof as may bo offered in each month, at the market price thereof, not exceeding SI for 371.25 grains of pure silver. And to issue in payment for such pur chases of silver bullion treasury notes of the Unite/1 State* to be prepared by the secretary of the treasury, in such form and of suchdenominations,not less than 81 nor more than 81000, us he may pre scribe, and a sum suff...

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

„,,.Kor... n «Wu, Handed Down. •""•„ ' „„ t » William office, "JSi'fitfth. legend «. the door jriMl KM" ' „ lawyer whose business is tliiit to »• He is himself a largo real la real *»«; T , ]p history of his fortune *'T«t romantic. Hi, grandfather, i, almost ,"\ .v Q icy. Inherited v tbe6tTbe>',tato from tbe founder of coßsi ?uwho ,as the president of tbe f" I col ego and otherwise (Matin- Harvard co^fa lf , lthor some 40 or P 1 »m .interested himself in the inoros' hm of the Troy and Greenfield const"" 1"" rl „f which is now known V',, 1;, Tunnel line, and was not »'r'; Xnv out Ms undertakings. "t »';fc.m"«-iaily ntaMHd, but '" V woiuo a bankrupt. Ho was . , j [I v-rv large amount of r" n- and hla editors saw that in rtftwM be able to meet nil bis Odious rt!,:,t in the event of his °bf is estate W. .uld do so. The prop te»*W thw-fow converted into a Mrt tl.o creditors appointing a trustee P&ffiSß nnother. the present •"if, teSrt haslnstedunHl the present «*w totTal)rogated,a...

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

The I [eretldJ WILFOiD ALLEN. EDITOR AND Pi/sushi* , Pnblbbad ererj Frldaj eveninu, nt l*ull man. Whitman county, Wtwlii'iijton. All idrarUaßOlcnta will bo enutinaad »nd ■ eharßtnt for nnlil oidarcJ out. TERMS OF SUBUCRIPTION: ONI \i \i: -"" 81\ MONTHS ONLY '■•'•' NORTHWEST M »>. W.VSlilVliloN. The l;ruin itoji nT ibe state ia now ea tamated «l 90,000,000 buabela. Clarke county promiir* a larger praoe crap tiuin In any preTiom year. Hnnten in tbe Lake Chelan oonntrT jiv do atteotion to game laws and ore s';iu [htei i ■ '•■' i by Ibe « bolesale. .! ilni Owens, of Bnooda, is the owner of .1 I'nriosity ii. tbe shape < pf a bealtby ! I chicken. Tbe third 1«k '" attaob il to the ngbl hip, and is pro vided with l> it three '■ Charles A. Dyer, a banker of l'oit ToWDSend, bus been selected by lie United States comptroller to take charge of 'be suspended First National bank c.f Port Angeles, Captain O'Toole, of Hamilton, Skayit o mnty, has beeu appointed chief of a department in tbe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 July 1893

lillotlc Arllouiuf Women. ■ Throtigliout the whole miserable Car- Ivie Harris business certain wdmen have ■do themselves disagreeably conspicu mis by an unwholesome display of mawk i „ intiinent, but it ranair 1 for a few fanatic* near Albany to m j the dis ,i. iV the finishing tenches. The decora tion of » murderer's grave by feminine sympathizers »part from the family and near friends wus bad enough, but the .nbaoquent raid on "nd spoliation of the flowers by a lot of idiotic women exceeds •11 patience. Theso women waited until the mourners had departed, then rushed forward and seized the flowers. They may have been actuated by different motives. Some doubtless wished a pre cious souvenir of the departed, others perhaps merely took the flowers as a curiosity to be exhibited to their friends. But in "any case the exhibition was of fensive in the last degree, and more'sthe „ity that the women were not arrests for trespass. It seems almost useless to preach to women on the absurditie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 July 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. < 111 <>l ) IUS M»\on—-Thou. Noill. l'ou»CHJi«!t— K. 11 lirtloriiinii, J. A. Wil kinson, T. L. Munn« . Win. Vi-I.|. r. W. 1,. I.iv lor. Clkkk—r. M. Steam«. Markbai.—li. Ijinning. IVi.i. v JoaTICl —H. I^. Merriinan. Cm V i i-'um v v.l. Hull. Jcsth-ks <ir HO l'i,»i K. Merrinimi It. 11. Kuan*. i 111 RCHKS. FONORI ■■ 11. > M. < lll'ltril-lorncr l'lira disn Hii.l High itfii»te. Berricee at 11. a. th. miil 7,80 |i. m. i Sunday school ,ii 10 a. in. 1.. O. I! \! i;l>, Pastor, MtnilUDlST i 111 la H On Soiiny»ld« bill. Bmlca at 11 a. m. and I BO p. a \ Sunilny School at 10 a. in. 11 M MABTIHi l'astor- EPISCOPAL CHUHCH—Serrioon Bitch alter nntt< ,i.i.:. i1l nt the Episcopal Couch on Hmnd ■•ii...i, nt 7.:ui p. in. .1. N. P. Gom, Rector. HAITIST CHI' ii' II -Tomer Spring and Mo Ki'nzi*.sti«M>t>. Services every Hnnilny nt 11 v. in. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school nt in ; a- m. Weekly prayer meeting Thnrsday evening at 7 o'clock. L. W. I .'\tK\, Pulor, S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 July 1893

jej m i VOL. 5. NO. 38. HEWS OF THE CITY. Hiippeu'i'Sß in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —l'lui. K. B. Lakeofthe agricultural college left Tuesday for Chicago and southern Michigan. lie , ul i join his wife at Al ' bfon, Michigan, mid both will return to Pullman In time for the opening of the fall term at the college. Those who make the professor's acquaintance throught the shipping tag on his bag gage will take him for a genuine west ern boomer. The tags bear all manner o( ..] l(l ,,iu" bunch grass inscriptions, and f ie re is certainly no danger of the bag gage getting lost. —Yesterday, the 18th inst., Miss Edith Newlin celebrated her Beventh birthday anniversary, and In commemoration of the .vent entertained rhe following little rirli at her home of her parents on gtiUe street: Edna Munroe, Nellie Hol- J1,.,,. Edith Mills, Faye Allen, Delia Al len, Lorena Buble, Hattie Uattrup, and Bath Brown. Games, ice cream and cake were the o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 July 1893

The Herald, WILFOIO ALLEN, EDITOR AHD PUKUSHIR Published every l'riiln.Y ovMiiiift, Hi Poll man. Whitman comity. Washington. All Ailv.'rtix'iii.'nt.- will N- roulinnpd mill ShSfied fur until orUrrw! out. TERMS OF SCUSJCKIPTIONi OMB YKAII $2.00 81X MONTHS ONLY 1 .t)0 Am..vi »ud Hike will both visit th» Pacific coast this rammer. Bell's circus is also beaded this way. Mavoh Harbison has undertaken the supervision of the world s fair grounds, so far as the Ore department is con corned, and says that be will allow no more snob fire traps v was the cold storage building to exist. The tire of Monday was a costly lesson. Tin: right i-|urit has taken bold of of our citizens who aie beautify ing iht'ir lawns,and the premises around their residen ies, Nothing will po en the value of their property •<! prove ol greatei satisfaction to them . than this same improvi ! ■ mall outlay yon can make yon r premises beautiful, and strangers will be trongly impressed with the oity, A c itv of fine ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 July 1893

HOBBS AND HIS FLAG, A N EPISODE OF WAR DAYS IN THE HARBOR OF HONG-KONG. An lull'"" Yankee Skipper Who Had Confidence In Ui» Ship »■»■ Who Dared / the Alabama— Flying Two Flag. In Man tr»l Water*— How Hie F.ncapo Was Mail.-. •'During the greater part of the war," -aid the retired skipper, "there were a largo number of American clippers stall vi in Hong-Kong harbor, having orders to remain there from their owners, who feared the- Alabama. This arrangement did not at all please the captains and officers, as mans of us were anxious to co homo and ship in the navy, but orders were orders. We could not leave the ships and the frequent visits of the Ala bama herself to the harbor, forcing her self 'into our midst,' as tho Baying goes, were very vivid reminders that neutral waters were a pretty good sort of an in vention. ••Although wo passed the long weeks and months as pleasantly as we could, with all kinds of arrangements for kill ing time, both on shipboard and on shore, there was of co...

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