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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1894

California State Analyst. Royal Baking- Powder is Superior to all in Purity and Strength. 11 For purity and care in preparation the Royal Raking Powder equals any in the market, and mir t<st shows that it has greater leavening power than anyof which we have anyknowledge." /■■ "■: try Unh ■■" ■ ■ ' vtoa. Analyst California State Board of Health, etc., etc. No careful housekeeper can afford to use any baking; powder but Royal. ONE DAY. pi-ath c&mfl .li'Mi-.' one day And i-:.■■'! ii- 1105 The life ol ai'htlU, In thin world, rljjht lud loft, Parents am thus twrefl. The chllil but smiled. Blml we, too, -mil.-. Aud .in ■' 1 w liile He reconciled? —K'iv. arrf .-. 1 r.-.i Mi. r In New York Sun Ami, Mii*i€'itl liutruiueuU, In" the Mntropolitan Museum nf Ait tn New i'ork city ther« is an Interesting oollection of inusi'ul instrument* of all nations, many of which loug " paid centuries. They lie silently in the glass coxes. The BtriugN of mandolins and lutes that made sweet music in day...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1894

THE MORNING HILLS. H,,it«amnnirihe rnornint- hills. Ilia face is risht nml stronir: oiscacs fcir heielit-s, but scarcely note* TIV her«l»m«n-s idle song. it. cannot brook mis e'''" 1' f!l1 ljfe Whilo tattle's trumpet calls; Hge(V n crown for him who wins, A tear 'or '' Ira " '"J fa"s *b» flowery don? and shady slopes A rel»'"'' to his eyes; ',' Revonci tin) helirhtc, beyond tho storms, Ttie land of promise lies. fl« l» w o and fics so •till, Witt f;v -" weak anil mild. We know that he rememtHTs naught ,1 Save hi oho whs a child. ' gi» tin'll is fought, his fame is won. Li f, ■- hlKheet peak i- pa»t; fbe laurel crown, the triumph arch. Are worthless at the Last. ' ibe frost ot acre dcatroj tho baj. Ttic load applause of men falls feebly on the palsied ear» Of threescore years ami ten. He does ii"', h«:fti the voice ilia* bean His name around tho world: Helia- no thouglit of gre&t deeds don* Where battle tempesta hlrledi Bat evermore bfl i- l"«>lviiiu ha.'k. Whilst memory lills...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1894

I . «f I. Knl I l»»jf Sp«rtK Moso.w. |,1;, i,... .Inne O.—Tbe minimi H-U\ «ft» ipori'i >>' the I'niveiMtv of l.Ubo '■■»!( i 1"' 1" ■.. sl.-nliy aft. rOO i:,,. n rlnng curobinwl to make tL» event nn , v.-jitiimallv Miecessfnl one. The iliv >i. perfect, nil lUe banki and bus im'iK Uwiises closed to as to allow their piiii)l,.v, to Btto'nd the gaiiipc, while the f,.,iu.;i the miiili nts of the Washing. to i AKricnlinr I college and Sohool of frVenrn ni l'ullmi . "IT. to contest nearly very i vei I aided In bringing „,,, mi .i,,;i(.,u-t> i.f fully 600, nearly hulf of tbem ladies. I'll.- rirst event >'-w tb« mil* race, in wbi 1. U M. Barl ■■ mid 11. D. Martin of lti« U, of 1., iii i] \V. C. Kraegel and F. MiK.-miolilh of be VV. A. ('. were ,i,,. i-oiim stHi ■ The straggle was an exciting one, MiKevnoldß winning in .-,.•_.., »ilh Kruegel second. 0. l>. Thomas, D. ol 1. threw the 16 pound 1,:,mn,. B8 f... ' , 7 inches,' James Boward V. of 1. beinß Bet'ond. .1. T. Lienalle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1894

fpjc fWlttiw fUfttU** VOL. <>. NO. 36. PICNIC PROGRAM. Program of Literary Exercises and Sports for the Big Picnic. Ihe Committee is Actively Engaged in Preparing for a Grand Time. Tlie big Fourth of July picnic will be a grand success if earnest work on the. part, of the committees can make it. They ire toaving no Stone unturned to make it a pleasant and entertaining time, and to that end have arranged the following Hagram of literary exercises to be held in the morning, probably at 11 o'clock: Music. Invocation and sin^in;;. Words of Welcome, Chairman of the Day, Iris. E. A. Bryan. Response, Mayor Neill. Sinning by the (ilee Olub. Recitation, Miss Dora Lobaugh. Flag Drill, by Sixteen Little Daughters of Liberty. Reading of the Declaration of Inde pendence, by ('. M. Steams. Music. Recitation, Miss Mary Johnson. Kecitation, Joe Hungate, Singing "America," by Audience. The committee on sports announces the following games, to take place on the track surround ing the hall park:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1894

THE HERALD. wil.l'Oltli UI.KN, Publisher. I 111 MAN U U3H, STANFORD ESTATE| The Claim of the Government Will Be Resisted. BOSS BUCKLEY AND HIS LAMBS ronr-Flfthi <if the BunliiMi Section of Hi.- Metropolis of the ><>nh«e»t l« 1 looded Bii»lue»i I'uraly/eil. Pobtlaxd, Ok.—The Hooded district in this city is constantly extending, and now covers four-fifths of the business portion and a large part of North Port land, in which a large number of resi dences are more or less Hooded. Front street, the wholesale district, has seven feet of water on it. The entire whole- Hale district is under water, all the banks are Hooded, and nearly all the retail htores and seven or eight hotels. Busi ness is almost paralyzed. Elevated side walks have been built, and small boats, nearly 1,000 in number, are in constant use in the flooded streets. Express wag ons are also being used for transporta tion of goods, being driven into the wa ter up to the boxes. Many business houses and offices hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1894

T"NEW novelist. „,„. H»rr».!' Made ■ (Irt-Bt Mnwn ""ill!. •Sfc'P" Th:" '■"** '" »■• '«'"" „ , upatriw Elnrmden, tlir author of *.« That Piuw I" the Night," arrived ■"*"" York from Knpliind the other iia> ■«■"'' viiv to California, where she in * l.v advieo of her physician, to spend " ion th» on a fruit farm. She lost *"n' of her ri.uht hand some time tZb entire failure of the ulimr nerve vnitiit upon overstrain iuwritingand *f hurlnir Sbedlslikea dictation and .typewriter and lms therefore lmd "r; areat 'led of writing lately with ■|£l.»n<l Her latest hook, 'In Varj Voodx " is said to have been written JLfhf grfatest dlflioulty, Mi,. HarriMleii is almost as devoted to rCfJoas to her pen. She comes of a leal and artistic family, and her fa 1, mimn of eininelll scientific atl.iin „« Is said to be her sternest literary *L"' ,|,i. is a yiniiiK woman of liberal jnfflitloH, asa critical examination of her •rltinip easily discovers. She has the ,1, - of arts from the London Kersity ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1894

The Herald, WILFORD ALLEN. EDITOR add Pubushcr Fnhlinhetl nißry rrtdaj evening, at I'nll man, Wbitmsß rmiuty. WssWlKton. AU AdTKrtinementa will h« 0OOUno«d and ahirgadfot nntll ordered out. TKBMB OK BUBSCRIPTIONi onkykau $r"!! HIX MONTHS UNI,V »■«« Orovcr should go fishing again bo that wu could sco his name in print. Ex ospt <vhen he goes on a piscatorial ex enrsion be enjoys h delicious stats o. innocuous dssuetiide. Till' great plains are suffering for water; Oregon and other states are drowned out; here in Washington the i.l t ons are just right for the growing crops, and the yield will be enormous- This state is, indeed, favored, X. B. Rwiiaudson of EnartavUle is evidently the populist candidate for the legislature from the south di-triot, al though some populists claim that the T. B. Biohardson of Pleasant valley is the proper nominee. The EwartSVllU Richardson, together with his wife and her sisters are of that opinion and have begun the campnign. What are popu lit-t broth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1894

Nelrnborlj Mention. FABMINOTON FAGGOTS. ¥na tte r»rom, 16th imt. lii« reported that Indian Camille, n0 was shot in a fracas it Chewelab lome time ago, and who is now in tbe hospital at the Mission, in in a very itionl condition. Indian Neiss, who v is shot near Latah a few days ago, is doing well and will BOon be able to be »bout. The race track near the school house has been put in excellent condition dur ing the week and several races between borses o f local fame have been run dur ing tbe last few days. The track will be in excellent condition by the Fourth jnd there will be >tne interesting races on that day. A. Kingetjn was in from the Hoodoos on Monday laying in a grub stake for a summer prospecting tour. From the Hoodoos be goes to the Clearwater basin and the south Idaho mines, and from tbara he will most likely go through to Yellowstone Park. He expects to put in the entire summer in making the trip. PALOUSE PARAGRAPHS. from the News, 15th mat. A ball game between reside...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1894

The latest investiga tions by the U. S. and Canadian Governments show the Royal Baking Powder superior to all others in purity and leavening strength. Statements by other manufacturers to the contrary have been declared by the official au thorities falsifications of the official reports. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. A CLOSE HES£MBLANC£. Ai.>f If r«*>l tn ii llnrsewhlp|illiß nml nn Angry *.\ lf«. '*Say, vow, lemrue tell you something,'* **.-} the drummer who'd been looking in his purket dU'tioDHrj for the last lUnilmttes foi h** word "reHpir»tor>\" over wMcb there was m tispute rerybodj was willing be on hi tell all hf knew, Hiid he cWwed the hook and con ';> ted "It was -inijilv coincidence In other word*, I resemble a Chicago man so closely tii.tt the young woman made a tnintake.* 1 "And precipli herself and welcomed j.. . home, of course," growled the old mau teith the CJueeti A nne chin. "Xol t-liai evening, old man Shewa«a yovng wotniiu who was lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1894

4 pERTL OF THE SEA. jj^as the second "dog watch," from to S o'clock iv the evening, and the. w of the bark Beatrice were gathered '.',,„ the uiai" deck, indulging in tllfit tm pleasing pastime of sailors, .vll' afcauW' , .. . . " >Tbe vessel was homeward bound from Bio Janeiro after a very prosperona voy- pgrkness was approaching as the chief •fficer rose. to his feel 811(* cllst a stilITU" i J,.rl',».k abont the horizon. When his «es roamed toward the w.-r they rest [l for Borne moments on a small bank ,f lcii'l'ii clouds which seemed to be mrkffig «P froul tho water "Ah, we"ll have a change of wind be fore inidiiisl'f i and, if 1 make no mis -I^, it will bring nasty weather with it." "We're nearing Cape Hatteras and must begin to look ont for squalls. You uight clew np ami furl the light sails so gittwe will be prepared for whatever tomes. If it looks too bad give me ji call, I'm going below." The *,■<■> >n'l mate with his men sought (heir lunik- to have H few hours' n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1894

I re** Bullet ii >•. 8. rrn.MiN. W ,-:>. June 1, 1894, H..-.,, . n ived i dvioes from several ia i the tlea beetle „pon the TOUng i,,,. i a s, il ■■ ■ d desirable thai in, - »li are conducting beet expert m ,.,, , nboold I- informed at this time M■ .„, m \ metb il of cbecKing and j,., „|i „ the depredations, of the in !■»'•'. ■ flow, the station en- p TO f, I I. V. riper, has („. , . tollowi brief description , : lions foi d . :.i tin It ■J HI I rLMA Bl „,, . inlina, Mali ,J ■ be most destruc tive il. MnU'- *•" "''" beetlei maj i i '■>« inguished by the,, ]m.. i I. when disturbed they leap several in - as, much like a flea, whei n their name. This pßrtiou lar specii ie B '■" lit, shiny, bronze oolored bei tie, abonl ..no-twelfth of an mob in length. The beetle injures the beet plant by eating holes through the leavea, giving them a shot-riddled uppearanoe, The insects begin their <york even on the ,yes in sol dities, and it is „.,,,. to BHi il damage b much more serious ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1894

fide ftollwati %ttcftk VOL, 6. NO. 36. RICHES WEREIN VIEW Some Practical Joker Reported the Wat ers of Snake River had Disappeared. Several People Started for Almota to take on a Load of Golden Nuggets. The practical joker is abroad in the land, and he raised considerable excite ment Tuesday by reporting that the wat ers of Snake river had disappeared in the bowels of the earth. The story was that the earth had suddenly broken open, and that a gigantic hole had appeared in the bed of Snake river a mile below Wa wawai, and the waters of the river had descended therein, and that the bed of the river was dry from there down. This story, improbable as it was, found many believers, and several departed for Almota to stake out mining claims in the dry river bed, as it was said that nuggets lay several feet deep in places. Many had faith in the report, but the cooler heads saw the improbability of the lake, and kept the population from rushing to the scene. H. H. Spaulding was kept busy al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1894

The I [eretld, W'LFOttD ALLEN. COIWH AMD Pubushch OFFICIAL CITY FAPER. , I'nliliflhM pr<»ry Kriilny rvciiinir, lit I'ull- i mvi, Whitman county, Washington, All AdTi>r(i«t>mont« will b« coulinnml anil j charged for until ordered out. TERMS OF BCBtjCKIPFIONi ONI VKAH 95.00 HIX MONTHHONIiY. 1.00 j I'I'IILISIIEIt'S NOTICE. Homefoature of the railway tie-up has nide tracked paper which the Herald had en route, and we are obliged to isßue a half-size sheo', today. The dif- j flouity will be remedied before another week, when the paper will appear full size again. I'ktwi'f.n floods and strikes the rail way men are getting plenty of vacation. Tukn a few more companies of Coxey ites loose and railway trains would move 1 without dilliculty. I'he gang is getting desperate, but. no one heeds its ranting, and it will soon die of innoculous desuetude. Knox, who testified against Parker in the latter's trial, wiih run over by cars at Sprague this week, and hud both legH cut off. He will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1894

Viirhliorly Mention. FARMIXGTON FAGGOTS. From tl.e Ferum, -8(1 i:i-t. There is talk of establishing aoo op erative colony near Farmingt >n in the near future. Opon just what principles it will be founded iB not known, but it ' will most likely be upon Waylanu's plan. Indian Camille, of whom mention was made last week, died at the Sacred Heart hospital in Spokane on Tv sday las', and the body was brought t > De< S:net Mission for burial. It is now claimed that Otto Mengert, formerly of tbit place, sold Camille tho liquor that was virtually the cause of his death, as no would not have got in the row in nhich be got shot had he not been drunk, Mr, Mengent claims he is being persecuted. A loving young couple from Oakes dale who wished to be married, but whose pareuts objected to the match, came over to Farminßton on Thursday to take advantage of ournearnese to the Idaho line and Justico Irvine of Pine Creek precinct 'ii gettirg "spliced," Upon making the necessary call upon Jus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1894

The Hlti t'hililrfiis l)aj« To tlaj 1 painted n picture On the *ii el of ni.r mind, Bkstcfaod fr.<m a long bffollfe Worll \\'!h>-i- model we' all frti* lo ''ml. Th* tomo w;i(* to me fii^'ostod il.v the minimi Childrens lHr, With tlu- tliM-T. .■ or our rwtoma From those dnjs> fo far away. In *lip back ground of my pietara i-- lihljVh eastern hind, ill the fun her *idn of Jordan, Xe«r it* breezy, billowy r.ini], lv tin fmni I've |i,ii:i!<'il h tßaohvr, A maltUode rait on tbv niioro, Who li-i «t win derfol aoanoilsi N<". lu^inl ench wisilom ln-foro. BmTf) wofdl <-f ConrogO tot weak ghcp, Clinching nrgnnMDta fortha strong; A tittiny rim- tor every alhnent, A r.i ■ Ir>l t» rijjlit (ill wroug. Then to UI ait rut a his rheorj With praof that faith Ita work noil Bnd, ' Ho lift them, not with word? v aohinff, Hut healed Ihoit aick and oured the blind. Thinking tlii- a lir*''! inothel Forth ventursi from the nmwdwl 1 |l! 1 lilt,'; and lending on livr littJo t-liildron, O'...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1894

She Ihilhtwn fUt&UI VOL. 6, NO. 37. INDEPENDENCE DAY. How Pullman's Citizens Celebrated the Glorious Fourth. The Picnic in the Grove Attracted a Large Crowd. Patriotism is not growing less in the United States; but everyone grows more patriotic at least once a year, and on one day of the 365 the land fairly bubbles with patriotism, Last Wednesday was the Fourth of July, and who could help the feeling of a love for his country, otherwise patriotism, as he thinks of the causes that led up to establishing the Fourth as the great national holiday? The Fourth in Pullman was not ob served this year in a general celebration, but the citizens who .lid not celebrate, in one way or another were few and far between. The Colfax demonstration at tracted a large number,especially the (i. A. R. men, who participated in the camp fire held by the Colfax veterans: local bicyclists also went Colfax-ward, as they fell interested in the bicycle tour nament. Several hundred of our people went to (ivy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1894

THE HERALD. WII.IIIKII AI.I.KV, rubllahvr. PULLMAN . WASH. ROUGH ON CLAMS. Monument to be Erected to American Sailors. PORTLAND SMUGGLING RING. Syndicate Formed to Help California 1! Wine Grower* Over Their < ri-i. Pacific Coast Newt. San Fbancibco, Cai.. —There is good news for the wine growers of California A syndicate is organizing which will be willing to pay living prices to vineyard ists. Capitalists who have money in vested in viticulture, banks which hold mortgages on vine lands and dealers who do not believe in killing the goose that lavs the golden egg, and who represent un aggregate of $10,000,000, are about to combine to place one of California's principal industries once more on a pay ing basis. They have an interest in pro tecting the $(i 0,000,000 invested in wine making, and they stand.ready to pursue a liberal policy' toward the producer. They propose to put ;$1,000,000 in the scheme and to incorporate for live years. They ask that from 80 to 90 per cent of the "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1894

T^— " MY SAINT. > " «,»tnt!» » Mlllt thai few ma) k,'"; ! "ii hit »li" does for us sinner- below; " i 1 f.iras faithful mid faithful »« fair. * | "; llil |„., i ,'ii 1 her beautiful hair. ' ..,, fll ii of wiles and moods as an elf, . % la the spirit of truth itself, i ,1 bpII for him who hi- burden call bear : j n ,1,,, llghl of the halo übout her hair. H,r tare i, a mirror « here men "m) rm'[ ' rhoinitli that inspires her, thought md deed; Er life is a life of devotion and cure. iini s l>a lias a halo about her hair. ■ n , rcl ire is for others and not for herself, md oamrht she recks of profit or pelf; ■Mmgli for her thai l"''ml is won ~ ' Aod fllJo knows not her halo Is bright .1- a inn ill th ■-'"'''"'" "'"'" the splendid love Tnat cornea to her here from a Powei above. And I "ho adore her can hardly dare Tolixik at the halo about her hair. -\V. 11. Pollock in Longman^ Magazine. |jKN ABOUT is FAIR: "Just draw your chair round a little, I know there's a draft on that side, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1894

The Herald, W IFOXD ALLEN. EDITOR aud PUBUSHCIt OFFICIAL CITY PAP Ell. I'uhliohwl every Friday OTeniug, at Pull man. Whitman county. Washington. AH idmrtlMnMnti will !>« continued and charged for until ordered out. ! I BUB OF BUBHCBIPnOBi o*l \k ??■;>;> BIX MONTHS ONLY 1 •°" [» Neill should tell all he knows about certain parties, there might be one more o assist in making sacks and twine at a state institution. Mayor Nuiu.'s life and conduct is a sufficient r?putatioc for all the charges and insinuations that can be made against him by the "gang " If the Tribune had been awarded the contract for the city printing— a ten dollar job—the council and mayor would have been mighty good fellows; the right men in the right places. As attorney can not, be made to t(S tifv to any fact coming to his knowl edge in the course of his professional employment, but neither law nor pro fessional ethics would prevent him from dating them in self defense. It hits been truly said that a man ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1894

*7x stl»-bb#rl£jleiitloii. (jABFIELD GATHERINGS. lE»t.rpri«> 1 26th ult. *« C. Clark and C. A. Peairs, with distance of their dog, Keno, yes **. stored another ODe of those an ■ji that bate puzzled our local nat '"liiw. It is a rodent about the color (onr common squirrels but twice as , 8 Some believe that it is au over ' „ squirrel, but a close inspection JLotm that idea. It is evidently a mioiei of w K)dchuck. It is the third of th» kind that has been captured igtbii vicinity during the last three rear*. Elder Geo. F. Stivers. W. J. Vernon , a( j Walter Landers had an encounter nt b a bear while prospecting on Hatter gal last week. They were awakened during the silent watches of the night h t I noise outside the cabin in which ley were camped, Messrs. stivers and Vernon got up in their abbreviated gar rents, went to the door and saw a bear (jllectiDg the scraps around camp. Their jilt lire arm was a revolver, and it was (at in one place while the cartridges I M re lost in anoth...

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