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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 July 1893

The HeraJcl, Wit HMD ALLEN. Editor 0,0 Publish!* PablMttd »Tory Friilii.v nine. »l l*ull nan, Whitman count)-. \Vw>liin«l<in. All A.ltPrti«ommit» will Iw utinaxi ml ch«ve<l for nutil onlprtxl oat. n BUS OF BUBBCEIPTIONI ONE YEAU $2.00 six MONTHS OM.Y ' "" NORTHWEST ITKWS, WAsntNQTON. Tneonin hat expended 130,000 on th* improvement of I'oint Defiance l';irk. The eighth am nnl convention of the Banday school Association of Wnehing ton state will legiu tomorrow at Onan tanqna Beach, Voson islanr', and last three days. John and George Robinson and Jjhn Livingston, indioted for toe murder of two farmers in Snohouii*h county, will be tried nt the September term of the superior court. Fire at Skyhomish destroyed Davit A MoDevitt'B general merohantdise store O'Learj & Campbell's restaurant, Cline A- Babiuoek's restaurant a. d inloon, and William Snell's barber shop. All will rebuild. 11. D. Willis, of Walla Walla, bus die of bis irrigation ditch plant to O. \ Bnrney for 820.000...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 July 1893

WHE N ARE WE "LADIEST" „ surprlM-.l to Dlscorer That •"*•■' it U >«-t All of H.« Time. „T i»d an experience today," »nid Mrs. , '^she broke off a bit of her soup &d I i'l night and began daintily to ire.. ' creaU i of asparaga* iSSSS?" many," 1 replied, "that \t ,il ha no novelty, and they are all » tfres in"," I finished invitingly, though ["knew I (should get the "experience" wirJohnS;-hedher eyebrow, ,V\ vl s a small one," the went on, .tat it is one of so many similar that it 'Xmo to thinking afterward during my rids op town." f.T was in a shop near a crowded coun ter to which [vainly tried to get access, ILn I saw ><■ woman complete her pur- Y,'v Day her money and stand waiting & change- I thought this an oppor- J^ity, and I spoke to her: 'May I lmv.. JSur place, please, If you are through? Sot until 1 am through, she replied 'lily without even turning her head, Z she stood there nearly five minutes longer before^ parcels and coins were h""l think," I replied, ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 July 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. | cm 'nin iks M»\oh — Thou. NeilL Opwtunii—K. H. 1* M.Tlliatl, J. A. Wil kin~ ... i. 1.. Monroe, Win. Vedder, W. L.Tujr lor. I'ikhk—t". M. .>-..• .ii-,-. M tana K. U-iuuing. PouOl JvTiuK— B. K. M.i i •-.iii.li. (*ITT ATT.iRNrv—V. K. Hall. teSTICBI <>F mi Pstoi 11. K. Merriniun li. H. Hmim. cntnicHßs. (X)NORKOATIC)NAL CHURCH—Comer Part dlM an.l High »tro»U, Heniersnt 11 a. in. and 7.50 p. m.: Bands; whool 'ii 111 a. in. L. O. Baiui>i --.r. Ml rHODIUT CHURCH—On BanUT»lde hill. ■ SerfieH at 11 a m. hikl 7.30 p, m.. Bandiij Bohool b! 10 «. in. 11. M Habtik, Putor. KPIBCOPAU I HI lil H - St>rvirc» nob »lt»r nat« ukbbßtb nt tin' L'plnoopal 'hnrch <>ri Umnd itrKt, »l 7.80 [i, m. ], N. C, (toss, ; Itscior. BAPTIST CHCBOH Corner Spring and Mo- , Ki*nzießt.rwt»*. 8i rrioea even Snmliiy nt II I a. in. Bin) 7;30 p. in.; Sur.Juy aohool at 10 n in- Wtnklv pi.-.\-i mooting Thnwdaj i vfuini; at 7 s'olook. 1,. W. Qowki, factor, i M K\rill!ilNi;\S KliSi OPAL i-lli...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 July 1893

Ipje ihiUnrotv fUfalh VOL. 5. NO. 39. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. '-The college regents have been in /„, sßi on in Pullman this week, and Wed m ,v. u ,; i. iP«>y with H. H. Spauld \ •,,,„,! I). M. Holt went to Almota to \look over the ground with a view of es tablishing an experimental station at at point. The board has had under /consideration the plans for the college /hall ,ix different aichitects having sub / mitted plans. The board has not yet decided upon any one. Bids for the engineering building will also be adver tised for. The estimated cost of this \ .structure is $10,000. Aside from audit ing a few bills, the regents have done \ but little else this week, the weather having been rather h»t for much excr tini]. \lienry Baird was badly shaken up, Wednesday, by being thrown from the top of a box car, which he was helping to move on the Northern Pacific track, near the electric light pla...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 July 1893

The 1 [eredd, WUFOiD ALLEN. Editor «ho Publisher rillllllllil "-" Friilay evening, «l Poll moil, Whitnmn county, Washington. All IHlWllwilimti will l"> ■oiililin.-l Mil ii)isn»il for until onliTinl out. TERMS OF si BBCRIWIOH ONKYKAR $2.00 SIX MOM MSdNI.V .. 1.00 I he Hifrfi -I Turned Viise. Washington State Bciujnjo, ) World's Faik UnoDNDn. \ Ciiu'aoo, lii. , July 18th, 1893. tl Torn ipomiflpce. 1 Red cedar has always been an import in, mil fa\orile wood in the great Northwest. Wren the hardy frontiers man pushed his way into the unknown wilderness of the Pacific Northwest he found that he could construct himself a temporary shelter by felling one of tbeae line trees and splitting it into long planks and into small boards for "blinked" the old fashioned shingles, and for frames, shelves, etc. The wood is so evenly grained and so easy to split that it wai readily used by all the early set tlers for building houses barns, fences and dr lias. To this day the red cedar is lnrguly nse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 July 1893

BEADY TO PREACH. YEARS OF STUDYING COVERED BY A THEOLOGICAL STUDENT. — . * A Mini"1"1"'1 Training I suully Begilu at Ills Mother's Knee, anil It Is Generally T11( ,,,ty Vi'urs Lblim- Wliy 111 ftnuluntei as n 1 ii'l Flcclitcd I'rcariier. 'Yon read the other day," said a ; on tni nt clergj'man,"of the commencement uercises of Princeton theological semi nary and of the graduation of 64 stu dents. There was nothing about that to attract public attention, ami very likely you did not get further Into the article than the headlines. It meant 51 more young clergymen In the world, thai v, s all. to most people. But to a man who ha? been through the training that haa jnst cinloil lor those boys it means n neat deal more. 1 never re:nl of a!i in innry commencemeiit without fi i g thankful that so many iill>rt" students have pulled through safely. , . is not much general knowledge of the labor required fa the makin clergyman People could easily find If they chose to Inquire, but it is some t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 July 1893

The Herald, WUFOiD ALLEN. Editor and PubUSMK ruMMinl cvi-ry Friiloy evrainK, at I'nll xm»n. Whitman ooantj, \V(u»htnslnn, All Ailvitmm nun'- will l»> <-oulinno<l ud chftr^wl for until ordend oat. II liMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (iM vv\i; - $2.00 SIX MONTHS OXI,V «•«•» XORTHWEST NEWS, WASHINGTON". The Torledo Tidings tells of a woman who has lived within s.i miles of that place for 1"> years, who never saw it until last -Itli of July. The l.iii-.ka Bandstone Company lms garnisheed the oonnty of Pier ■<■ foi i?7.'ilN for sandstone used in the strnctinn of the connty pourthonso bj Contractor J. T. I- : . a «on of Luke I'm i | u . r . |i i 'hi Snobomiati ■ idently sbol in the head by hil -brother while out banting lasl Tlii>re ila\. He » ill rei Thirty nine pew na voteil Bgainsl and 288 for tb« issue of 160,000 school for the purchase <.f ihe Pngel university building »t Taootna, 111) • us. i] for jmhlii' school purpow I.as! ui'i-k the captain and rrew of the steamer Ediso...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 July 1893

A CANAL IN CRIMEA. THE AGE AND HISTORY OF A WORLD'S WONDER UNKNOWN. Gre- t Waterway Which m llui.l.n ling-I neer Think" Wa» Built a* a Mean, of De feme In Ancient Time.—A Detailed Ac count of the Wonderful Structure. The great Russian engineer Melni koff writes from Odessa to the Smith sonian institution describing the ruins of an ancient canal discovered in the Crimea, which he regards as one of the wonders of the world. It is certainly 27 centuries old, and among similar ancient objects of historic interest is second only in age to the great pyramids. The hang ing gardens of Babylon and the Colossus of Rhodes are shrouded with no deeper mysteries than the existence of this great ditch, whose ruins can be traced for a long distance through the Crimean plain. Whether it was a waterway in the olden times and the pathway of ancient com merce between the Black sea and the sea of Azov or a means of defense for the people living In its vicinity is a question which wise men, supposed to k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 July 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. . ;/ I OFFWMSS. M vo»-Tli«e. N.-iii. CdOKCIURII—K ii l«-tt<Tman. J. A. Wil- Mama, 11 toasts VedJer, W. 1.. I«v lor. Ci.mik-4'. M. <i,.«ni». Habiwai K. lAiining. IVi.i. -r .ii «no« H. E. Mirriman. City . roam V. K. Ball. ,ii mm of th« P«»oi -11. K. MerHman B. H. ll.innn. < in i;i in s, CONOKKH I nON M CHURCn-^Comit )'nrH diso snil Iligl" •treets. Bprviewal U. «• '"■ mi. I MM p. in. : Bunds]) M-honl m in i. m. L. O. UAIKD, PHstor. METHODIST CHURCH— Sonnjr«lile hill S.>rricw Hi 11 a. m. and 7.:i1) p. m.; Bondaj School Hi 10 a. in. H. M. Maiitin, I'netor. EPISCOPAL CHURCH— i«rh all«>r iii,', ■ fcbhath lit the Epbcop Clmrch OD Orand mrooi, m 7.30 p. in, •>. N. T. (>'>««, BAPTIST CHURCH—Corner Spring and Mo- j Ki'U?.iilf*triM'tf. BsiTiOM every hnudiiy Ht H h. in. and ;:«> p. m.; Bonds) Khool »l I" ii. m WoeklT prayer d ting Thnr»d»jr evening at 7 •'clock, L. W. Bonn, PMtor. ST. KATlli:lilNi:s EPISCOPAL CHURCH - Uornlng Prajer at 11 a. in. §wrj Bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 July 1893

\ gfljje ftaliman fljcfaljix VOL. 5. NO. 10. HEWS OF THE CITY. Happed in Pullman Drill the mV Past Week. Movement, of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. The bible class of the Congregational i*el l eroniI,c,1,c,a SS ,an,nU ;r . SSV^OhevalierandKitemie^ Zited Tuesday morning lor the Ruby SSnln« district, in Idaho. Che, tor^ny kind o game;and ijktad ol fun, well equipped with ■Land other camping paraphernalia, L will wake things lively in the forests ; il|nxt Friday, when they expect to charter a train of pack mules and haul their booty home. _At a meeting of the city council last Momliiv evening complaint was riled wj |i Malone, against Deputy Mar" 1,1 Murray, charging the officer with B j ng beyond the bounds of his duty by Sling M*. MaloneV team from the dreetand putting them in the livery BiiiWe. Murray claims that the team hid stood out all day, and needed atten tion, and that he did the act as a humane „„,,, Trie council will consider the charge Ibis (Friday) evening. —Servl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 July 1893

The Mereilci, WIIFOiD ALLEN, EDITOR and PiISUSHCH P^bll»hod tnrj Fri.lnv noning, «l lull man, Wbltmsß ooontjr, WiirtiUWton. A ii A.lTerliwmi-nts will !>•> onUnowi »■■•! cliHrß' 1"' '■"< »"''' iT'l"""' ""'■ TEUMS OF BCBSCKiri'IONi ONI 11 \K *?'2n l\ Mi»MllSi»M-V. . '•"" Thai il • •»•• sugg« t«i in im anioaUon ol D. M, Eanden, published »lßewhere ii lbi« issne. Mr. Ili a faimei o( widi iperience, ■od nis *ords eomefroui a knowli M ,n\ good reasons osn b TaDOed wbl you should purcb L , „. ii,,. homa merohanl wuo hat . J who "oarries" yon from one year's cad to an other. [t'« tohim yon ro wheu you Rn in need ol aooomtnodatioi ahow your favors to Win as n return ;v way in whioh acommun thrive is by one dealing with anothe^ and throwing as ranob trade into tbe bum.' town : ; 'ble. And whsl is applioßble to the farmi - beuri with „ j.i.i weigbi ill the merchant. tl h .. BX |,ec «bw looal trade be musl re ;ii , „,,,i do whal buying he cai H i borne. [I '« a question of "lr ■ let li...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 July 1893

TO ONE WHO GAVE IT. . „.„.„.,„■, hair." There was no name *)n!r J.* lnnilcr packet, anil they blame rp°n,ln » I." vm!l"l '""• ''•"■" for all to view Tl' tor who trusted him; ho knew n' belonged that curl uf softest hair, °r?h£he wrote, determined to leave there M dtiius" hto the world mlttht ever show S o,'^ ll ' ( '.»- u nmnll. i UU.v.lhlm 6 0. * , .n win. i""' have relic* on my taart Bat »n« '" , <kl ,, an a i never port JKlJwntent with ..no small treaof hair, B?, mL ; 1"tell the world who placed it there yetn ,u>t M call on all totes Silliest treasure; «iy 'twas give,, to mo ' ■ V lovo who loves me not again, ; how to run..... eyes my love vain? /n2 nit I own to nil that when I wake. ftndTmy land close clasps it for the take L° l"w»l* I took that tress of hair Which now Is mine. Bay that I breathe a _, , iS will bleat nnd keep yon all your life. fnmnand Bhade, in Joy and peaceiand strife? I'hold the world has nothing here to do! it «i «11 not come between my soul and you. }...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 July 1893

The I Leretld, WiLFOJD ALLEN, £OiTO* AND PifßtfSHtft Pnbliihed ctpfv Yr'uiny pvpning, Rt Pull man, WhitmHW county, Wiwhinn AH idT*rtltNii«Bli will 1" oooHdui hii.l cuar>;i'»l for until ordered out. * „ TERMS OF BOBSCKtmONi ONI VKAH $2.CX) MX MONTHS ONLY • >{J XOIMIIUKST NEWS. WASIIINOTON. Bern v Auntin, aged 14, fell from a log Into the riTer at Palouse City and was drowned. The Uoquiara National bank And the First National bank of Floquiara have consolidated. Miss Theo. Hall, the new postmaster at Medical Lake, i<- also editor of the Medical Lake Ledger, a sound deuio- crat if i>ii|)t'r. Because of the prevailing financial stringency the city council of Walla Walla has extended tbe time of la: de linquency IK) days. A number of 11* traps are set in i lie Salmon river Del ween Oonoonnully and ibe Oknnognn river, bio] Recounts for l In- scarcity of aaluiOQ in the first named stream. Clyde C ■■.iiiiiii. of Fremont, aged Ii went fishing with his father in Luke Union. Boootn...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 July 1893

r *" A n,r.1..««" fA" were a * Wiru-* companloni wew n irtcf ? Want young Bohemians for hao-1 "[.''• .;;,.,;. now contains ***** a' ; v «rera tho last of their Doro 01"-, .'.-.f them lived but brief al.v „r.-i»--i much that v^ts lives- ™ nothina that lasted. Arte -1118," 4 ' , .n,lurii.,'i:un.,. Thooth »"isalon°,!rivr- actors and minstrels. «* rihera Dan and Neil Bryant were Tho'^f, m r of th eclan, together ■^jTrtowwnShaalyandashin irlft^tfTountt men about town clf.i .latter, who lived to become a O»eof tw H nt. nsed to relate with glee '!ailll" ern,•".'' the little theater in t to* °U , L street late one evening in Iwmtyf w ith Artvnms, shanly and YeH P Bryant the trio broke out in '°US "Jt sontt was interrupted by one of , ,hon despised metropolitan police tbetSorotUlyonl.'ml them to top Ben'!ii At this rude interruption tbe Stopped song, and turning upon the br\.ad bosom of thKW, .islied policeman and gave way f !lhof P -s'ionatc, tear,. His friends 553 to calm him, and the em S...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 July 1893

CITY DIRECTORY, CITY <" ' " ' 'i's Mam Hi"- (Mil. Oo< in iuaN~-E. 11. Utti-rnnU), I. A. Wil kinson, T. U llonnw, Wm. Veddor, W. UT»j lor. O.KKK—(". M. Slrarn-. M wfii .—X. tanning. PourE JWTtCI H. K. Mi-rrim;in. City Attounkv— V. K. Bull. JrsTH'F.s of TUX Tku'K—ll. E. Mi'rrinum H. 11. Uiuimi. i iii in in v CONOHEOATIONAL CHtTKCH -Corner Para- Ji«- iiii.l High rtreetn. Smlcmt 11. a. m. nii.l 7 SO i' ni.: Huniliij bcbool 1.1 10 a.m. 1,. O, ! MRD, frator. MKTIIi IDIST I'HUli'll-On SnnnytMe hill. B»nlen nt 11 v. 111. and 7.80 p, ra.(Snn<lny Bcb.«'l lit 10 a. in. II M. M.>l:vlN, l'nslor. 1 .!■)>. i IPAI flllliCH—S..-rti.-i>» Hwh alter nate Si.liliiilli vi 1!"' RpiMSopal ( Imri'li nn (imnil atnwt, ul 7.: lii p. 111. J. N. T. (lorn, i:.<i.... BAPTIBI CHl'Jiril -Ciiriii-r Spring and Mo- Keaxle slKets. BerTlcea sverj Banilßf 'it II s. m. «n<l 7;SO p. m.| Sunday^mliooi «i [0 a. m. WiH'kly prayfir meeting Tbui-Mltt) •wolnital 7 0V1,..k. UW. Uowns, l'mitor. BT. h\ nil I....

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 August 1893

v . ■■ * ■ -i. 1.. a k —** -Jr [pj v— <* VOL. 5, NO. 41. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in" Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chromded by the Herald. —The base ball game between Pull man and Guy, played last Saturday on tin- ground in thin city, resulted i.i a vic tory lor tin. 1 home team, the score stand ing 17t020. The game was very close, neither side having a mortgage on the outcome. J. M. Price was umpire. The Pullman team was composed of shank:-, lio kett, Newell, West, .Junes, Hardw iuk, Proud, Harris and Allen. The, visitors win- not easily vanquished. — Miss May McConnell, daughter oi R. 11. McConnell, of Moscow, at one time a resident of Pullman, \v;is married to (has. \V. Shields, in St. Mark's Episco pal church, Moscow, last Wednesday evening, Kfv. I. .Murphy officiating. Miss 1 .McConnell wan one of the inoet charming young ladies of thu Palouse country, and Mr. Shields is to be con gratulated. The Herald's best wishes are extended. —A tin band s...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 August 1893

The- Herald, h'ltFOlD ALLEN. Editor and Pusiishir rulilitlinl urory Krid*] •nutog, "' I*iiU nun, Whitman county, W<wliin«ton. /i) Adn>rti«>ment» will tit* (ontintn'>l and charged for nniil imlwd out. noon OK st us. Ku-noN ONEIEAB *-•'»" (,l\ MONTHS ONLY 1 ■<><• ,1. \V. Kenhkhk hue been named by President Oiikee as manager of the Northern Paoiflo railroad, h-^ sue to W. s. Melleo. Mr. Kendriok has been chief engineer of the romi for sonio time, and Kemlrick, Idaho, whs named after him. Captain Stkauss and Charles K. Con ner, regents of the Pullman agricultural college, are at Olyinpia for the purpose among other things, of conferring with the emergency board with reference to securing means to defray the current to expenses of the college until such times as the 117,000 now in the hands of ex- Treasurer *mi'h and belonging to the college fund shall be turned over to the n.aw treasurer. The regents are also conferring with Auditor Grimes con cerning the disburseme...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 August 1893

'WILLING TO MAKE ALLOWANCES. . Kind II'"'"' 1 '"■■"■■• Who *"''' Per h»i>«t'" *«rro>" "'"' S"" Warped. a certain eminent clergyman, who is ,J*itlv loved for bis gentleness and for- Crance with offenders, recently told a h!an t hat an e«perienoeol bis own in «ars long gone by taught him the grace SnMdr excusing. When he was a boy, I a very lHK>r boy. but be had al- Udv a strong theological bent and was Sudvinu bard during the winter and orkingeven harder during the summer JLing to get a preparation for college. wanted to be a preßCher.ond the fact that he didn't seem to be good for any- Ihinc else tended to convince him that he had not mistaken bis calling. One spring he was entirely out of money and bad to gel out ol school and «oto work. Not being able to find any thing to do in the small college town where he bad been studying, the youth _call him Richard Vernon—-went out among the farmers to see if he could get work from them. He found a man who was very busy with bis sp...

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

The Herald, W!LFO!D ALLEN, Editor and Pubush(r Pnblifh«l every Fri.iaT <>Tr.ninu, "' Poll amn, WbllnHun ronlity. Wwhimilon. All AilT»niwment« will b» routinnwl anil churgt?.! for until onlrrtHl oat. 11 KMS OF BOBSCKirnONi ONKVKAU WOO six MONTHS ONLY ' 00 NOKI IM» IM XE«S. WASHINOTON. Harry Herbert, son of A. Herbert, of Seattle, mdr led nt Nelson, i;. C, July 24. The board of 1 uiiasionera of What- com county baR authorized Sheriff Reqnn to offer a reward of. $GOO for the arrei I m & conviction of the murderer of J. J. Bersing. M irv A. Reeves BUel at Spokane for a divorce from Dr. Elzn Reeve*! of lilairc, allpg; nj? thai lie treated her bruially, tailed to provide for her mid is ,-ih habit nil drankard. John Lovell, of Tacoma, was nrreeled for indecent assanlt upon his step daughter. The next ay the girl, who is only 16 years old, refused to testify uf;aiii6t, Lovell, evidently having been coerced by her mother, Albert Ball, of Kendnok, aged 1-, went out hunting. No one h...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 August 1893

READY TO_PREACH. M OF STUDYING COVERED BY A THEOLOGICAL STUDENT. | „,., Tr.lolnK F.oally Be»ln. ml * ' htf' Km-'- 'inll "'* O"""""!'* "" N'f«n •*""■ Wh' ll "" Oradu"tei Srf "«"""' I'r"tCh'r v « read the other day." said n. prom ".rferertnan.-of the commencement **" 9of Princeton theological semi " dof the graduation of 54 stu *** There was nothing about that to **! public attention, and very likely M not get further into the article rfc Klines It meant 54 more rWrirvmra in the world, that was STdW people. But to a man who h«>n through the training that has Zt ended for those boys it means a £t deal more. 1 never read of a sem- C! commencement without feeling Sful that so many more students j pulled through safely. I ! here is not much general knowledge i the labor required in the making of a I flyman. People could easily find out ■ they chose to inquire, but it is some ' .hißgthey do not stop to think of. A Zmnan is supposed to be able to an wer any Biblical question that may bo ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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