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

%.• • - .... hjj. * ft 31 J?^ Careful St. 4? - (fell n w .^ 5& * 3k^^iiil Housewife fj t m^M uses S 1 Absolutely nO Other. * Jjj Pure. 5 * ft JO MMI BAKINO PO*Ot« 00., 1« WALI «f , MW-YOBK. SANG FOR HIS LIFE. i The Disagreeable Alternative Frederick j AiiEiiiiluK Presented to Musician A bell. John Abel!, a celebrated singer and | musician Who lived in the reign of | Charles 11. had a very great notion of i himself and would not perform unless ; he pleased. There is a funny story toM j of how he was once made to sing against his will. While traveling abroad for pleasure j he came Into the town of Warsaw, .News ' was brought to the palace of the famous | English singer's arrival, and Frederick Augustus, the king of Poland, lratnßcU- ; ,-itcly sent word that he desired A ball to appear before him. "Tell his majesty," replied John curt- | ly, "that it .suits me not." Back went the court messenger with a wry face. He knew his master's temper too well. "Tell Master Abel." thundered th...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1894

jnffiir 'By JOSEPHINE BOWEN. ■ftcyrlKht by American Press Association.] - , CHAPTER 1. "Hold on for your life!" A few miles from where the Bonder jyops its turbid water into the Missis sippi it passes through a region which las all the elements of the picturesque, a. few hundred yards from the eastern hank there is a range of mighty bluffs, marsely clothed with oak and cedar, and deft in one place where a road wind down from the highlands beyond to cross a bridge, rustic enough, but heavy and itrong to withstand the spring freshets. A quarter of a mile above the bridge a dam has been built to turn the water into the wheels of an old mill which, lazily turning, grinds out its dole of dour and yellow meal. On this bank of the river are also scat tered a few humble dwelling:-, each with ill garden patch, and in the summer its dooryard filled with hollyhocks, enor mous sunflowers and an undergrowth of annals which grow with riotous luxu riance in the rich black soil. On the western bati...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 July 1894

Snrar freut Beets. (Oregonian.) Pending the result of the experiments which are being made with sugar beets this year in different parts of Oregon and Washington, it is interesting to find bo complete and specific ■ treatment of tia beet sugar industry as is contained in tie speech of Senator Manderson, of Nebraska, on the tariff bill. This speech is now being sent out in the usual con gressional pamphlet form and comprises in its information almost everything one would want to know about the sugar beet industry, historically, commercially, practically. Leading up to Europe's present annual output of 8,841.000 metric tons of beet sugar, he traces the history of the industry in France, whore it was determinedly forced upon the people by the great Nap -leon, in the face of ridicule and abuse; in Germany, which following suit has passed not only France, but every other nation in its output, and in Russia, Holland. Belgium and Sweden, where bounties have suc cessfully been maintained. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1894

fp)e Wtf&lb. VOL. ('». NO. 38. CROP PROSPECTS. 1, M- Ringer and Others Talk of the Palouse Crop Outlook , What Prof. Piper has to Say of the Grain Aphis. "The prospect for a wheat crop this year is simply immense," said Hon. L. M. Ringer, to a Herald reporter, yes terday. "The acreage is large, the yield will be equal to the best of the past, and the quality is going to be grand." "Just look at these berries," contin ued Mr. Ringer, as he shelled out a coulee of heads of wheat in the palm of his hand, "aren't they plump and round though. and the heads were never better filled; I have counted as high as 110 grains in a single one." Mr. Ringer bad in the office of the Mercantile Co., of which corporation he is president, samples of grain from his Ahnota ranch, and they were beauties, too. The heads were long and fat, and bore out all he had to say regarding quality and quantity. In answer to a question as to the probable yield, Mr. R. (aid that he believed it would average better ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1894

THE IIHRALD. Mil IOIIM AI.I.KS, 1'u1,11.h..r. PULLMAN.. ... U ASH. SELLS HER CLAIMS. Alice Edith's Hopes in the Blythe Estate Bought. ASTORIA'S RAILROAD AGAIN. another Kfforl to i>e Hade bj the stim ton-Cwnpbell Party t<> Come to Ternu With the AitorlaiMf AsTOBIA, Ob, The railroad question, which has been quiescent for some weeks past, is again to be brought into promi nence, and will occupy public attention fora time. When Judge Brown left here for the Bast a month or so ago, it was understood that he had a verbal Under- Standing with a majority of the subsidy committee that no contract should be let until such a time as he could confer with the New Yorkers represented and learn what arrangements could be made with them to enter into a contract for the completion of the railroad by way of the Nehalcm route. Before his departure and after the refusal of the committee to give him a mortgage on the subsidy in consideration of a deposit of $800,000 Mr. Brown stated that he bel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1894

~ PRESCIENCE. * Along <ne n"v wlnd drifted .now, iMvett in 'I'""1' »i"l minaret, li.lx-.iuty. glow Btch tones of blue and violet. md then an olive Jewel burn. ■■Aid.^rkle, ln th« liquid light, md nuddenly to turquoise turns riKin I'"-' clli" unbroken white. ,i ~Ti» it crystal flaming green, D Wliirt polished a, its light It throws. A bright iimiil the lively sheen llaah beryl, chrysopraw) and ruse. Within my musing dream these itllnta Tliat gem my snowy garden way With color* lino are subtle hint. Of balmy blooms tooome and May. I* nK. Utricle in Harper's Weekly. '*• ; A Deliinte Tank. , „ biography of the late W. 11. fa "?.„ Sir Jlerln'rt Maxwell tells a divert 'forr about Lord Beaconsfleld. The '* * ',r had thought of addressing the h ""SI conference in French, on his tluen fc "SwbUdi he piqued himself. "Hut his l, f™ W er« rather intrepid than correct. v nil command of a copious vocabulary, * ,i!ii» accent was courageously cls-pon -4 *„„„ considered desirable to persuade I Lto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1894

The Herald, W LFOID ALLEN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER .., / ;. Mi ' ITS If**. l'i.l.'i-!.<.l every Tridny evening, at Pull mm, WWtman county, Washington, All \ilvertinptnentii will bt oonttnmd and charged fur until ordered out. TERMS OF BOBSCUIPTIONi onevkah *7-;;;; s \ MONTHS ONLY 1-"<) I'm bottom did not drop out of Snake river, but the snake Lake seems to have gone dry" That eonl expose don't seem to digest readily with the gang The shoe is on the wrong foH now, isn't it Walter? Don't overlook the fact that the re publican club will be organized in Pull man on Saturday evening, July 21st. The Tribune is very accommodating in putting its "patent" on the outside. It does away with the necessity v.f open ing 'li sheet. The people would like to have Wiiulus explain how it happened that Neill could ma' ipulat* the council us he, Windus, claims he ('id, even when W. V. was mayor. I'm: Rang has been hard at work thin week, and will doubtless fire another big load of smoke and paper to m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1894

""" KelfhborlT Mention. TBKOA TALK. nonthi Globe, 7th int. Father Mackin, who has been identi fied ;[ij the DeSmet mission for a num v, of years departed on Tuesday for yo .,j D g. He was forced on account of declining health to change of climate. m,departure is regretted by the m ny t ho found in him the true work of God . father Delimot will in the future have ebarge of the work at the Mission. Disk Clerk Beach reports the number 0 [ persons in the district of school age to be 810, an increase over last year of 54 While taking the school census he has also taken an approximate census of the town of Tekoa, and finds about 725 —-ions residing in the Corporate limits, which is probably ten per cent, less than the actual number, and does not com prise the floating population. PALOUSE PARAGRAPHS. From the News, (ith inst. H. O. Del'ledge, cashier of the First National bank of Pullman, was in the city yesterday on business. Attorney C, M. Steams, of Pullman, *as in the city yesterday pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1894

I Take no Substitute for I I Royal Baking Powder. 1 I It is Absolutely Pure. I All others contain alum or ammonia. LONDON'S FIRE FIGHTERS. Tin- Pariah Engine Sy»tcin That Guvs H»j to Present Methods* The average pay of the British fireman Is about WO per month, lodgings free,while bla American brother gets »*'i per month, hunk fres, By the English system, when a chief's position becomes vacant, the lire rninmit tee adverttseN for applicants and then re views 111,- ninny candidate's 1 qualifications. ; With the antiquity of London in mind, ! how puzzling it sound* to be told that there have Infiionly three lire chiefs in the history of that great town, and yet such is the fact. Tin- lamented James Braid woiml whs the first, the renowned Captain Shaw the second, and J. Sexton Sin "Ih|^ is tin- present. Captain Eyre M.Shaw, K. C 11., -Inn- the honor with Chief I). .!. Swenleot Chicago of being the most universally known lire chief of the world, One hundred years ago the only lire pro- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1894

Pie spa By JOSEPHINE BOWEN. "Yon are mistaken. They fail to un derstand you. They feel that although v are In one sense one of themselves ron'liv apart from them in thought , Ld feeling. Do yon expect gratitude when you sacrifice your comfort and en danger your health for them? 1 have been a physician for fifteen years, Miss i Burton, and I have found but few cases nf gratitude. My patients are often too Door to pay ""'• lmt they generally re j~rd themselves as the injured parties in the transaction and are seldom grateful; indeed. I might say with you that they hate me, but yet I love my work. Suc cess is my greatest reward. I love, to gave life, and so do you. "In regard to our patient here, I can understand why it is more pleasant for «ob to care for him. He is very hand (ome. and as you saved his life you have a right to feel a great interest in him." «I wonder if he lives in Orquay?'' said Janie. "No," replied the doctor decidedly, "he would be as much out of place in Orquay as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 July 1894

Spokane Land IMstrt t. The report of the United States land office located at Spokane "lows rather a favorable sitnation of the unappropri ated public lands in n.at district. It shows that amount and character of lands in that district, surveyed and an surveyed, the number o! acres included in military and Indian reservations and the nature and location of lands still open for settlement. The summary by counties is as follows: Adams county— Area included in die trict, 734,000 acres; area disposed of, 564,996, reserved, none; area surveyed, unappropriated and unsurveyed, 169, 005; unsurveyed, none; character, arid lands, suitable for fruit and grain rais ing. DooglßS county— Area in district, 1500 acres, unsurveyed, unappropriated and unreserved; character, arid. Lincoln county—Area in district, 1,490,250 acres; area disposed of, 1,221, --403; reserved, 700; surveyed, bill mi appropriated and unreserved, 207,157; unsurveyed, r.T.fiOO; character, farming and grazing lands. Okanoyan co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1894

file Hilt ilmxi if Ibfalix VOL. (i. NO. 39. G. A, R. ENCAMPMENT. Whitman Post, No. 53, G. A. R., Ar ranging for a County Encampment. A Pioneers Picnic Will be the Feature of One Day. The local G. A. R. post is now making arrangements for the holding of a county encampment in this city sometime about the middle of August. The exact date has not as yet been decided upon, but the encampment will doubtless continue during the whole of four days. It is ex pected that the encampment will be held in the grove east of town, and each day will be made Interesting, and many vet erans and others will be present. We understand fiat the electric light com pany will light the grove without charge while the veterans are in session. It is proposed that one day be given over to the old pioneers, when all the early settlers of the country will gather and talk over old times, and spin yarns of overland trips and Indian attacks; a big barbecue and feast are on the pro gram for this day. Other features o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1894

THE HERALD. Hill iPKI> ill V Publisher. PULLMAN WASH. THE MONGOLIANS. Enforcement of Deportation to be Resisted. SALMON OF THE COLUMBIA. <;»niirr}iii.ii Well Satisfied With the I'r.'H.'nt Proa] *— i i«h»Tiii*-ii Waal the Whisky BoOWI Removed. Astoria, Oh.—Canuerymen are pretty well satisfied with the way salmon have been coming in during the past few days, and nearly all are confident that the pack will not be much more than 50,000 cases below last year's figures. The traps have been securing large quantities of bluebacks and steelheads in spite of! the fact that the water is still muddy. Usually the gill nets alone are successful until the freshet season has passed, and I for this reason it is believed these varie ties of lisb are running in a manner which is phenomenal. Few, if any, of the fishermen use nets with meshes suf ficiently small to capture a fish weighing less than fifteen pounds. It is therefore to be expected that the seines and wheels will make large hauls from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1894

COLERIDGE. '•' M like nor In golden story htfprlwn. woke and on»day tW^jTlbru*" "Pen-saw "IO BUDbc"ra» ****', web 'iw-rrn her and summer* j *m" that web-so frail, so transitory. •»''Lfore her breath fallen away, UK"* 1"* „„ will •■Hi. is rise for ayo »•"% l"' i 1"*"" till "r hair was ,«,£> to" «un* tLat >et "l'r<; a" '''" ""C^ko Romance, the queen, to reign *but nrchiiles from that lyre of thine, ■iinliy rare merit's wiUBS have pierced *f ".heViMnl who compels tho flesh, ! *l il ilioi'l -"' '"'" London '"" "lime. S»","e,»ion- W.UMiu London Atbcmaiuia. A SACRIFICE. '-.', . ----- like Rasselas, the Abyssinian, we withe balmy days "only to know the •Jlicjasiitudea of pleasure and repose.' f wandered "in gardens of fragrance "! dent in fortresses of security," but T, ,11 pleasure seekers, we were now Lryof the monotonous round of un !«tful days, and former delights grew j. Gentle Mrs. Gray and Miss Har *V tliti invalid whose thin, .scarlet SeU an ,l bright eyes told too plainly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1894

The Herald, WIFOiD ALLEN. EDITOR AM> Publisher OFFICIAL CITY nrrit. PatiHuhed «vnry Friday evening, "' Pull m ,i,. Whitman county. Washington, 111 Ailnrtlramrati will M continued and charged for until ordered out. TKIIM3 OP BUBSCIUPTION! ii .1 r\i; $2.00 H V. months ON lA |ll() CALL ion REPUBLICAN COUNT! CONVESTIOX. Notice is hereby given thai the repub llcan county convention will he held In the court house, in the city of Colfax, on Thursday, August 2, 1894, at 10 o]clock a. in., foi the purpose of nominating a lull county ami legislative ticket, and of electing delegates to the republican state convention. The primaries for the election of dele gates shall be held in the respective pre cincts, at such place as is designaaed by the precinct commltleeman, 01 Thurs day, July 20th, said primaries to be open ill the county precincts from two to four o'clock in the afternoon, and in the town precincts from four to seven o'clock in the afternoon. The basis of representation shall be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1894

.Sdrh |»orll Mention. OAKESPALE offerings. „ |be Son. 13< inst 'j be petition of W«i. McDonald, for writ of prohibition against the town oil to prohibit them from issuing I^electrio light bonds, was denied by Judge Sullivan Saturday. The judge ' decided tnat the superior court had no j nr isdiction in the premises and could * ot grant the writ. The petition of Taylor and Rurger a writ of mandamus against the ito»n council came up in the superior nr t Tuesday, on demurer. In this nceediug the petitioners asked that {he council be compelled to issue them • license f> sell spirituous, fermented, D aU and other intoxicating liquors, m> der the provisions of ordinance No. 1. irk, question of theval'd ty of ordinal cc No I was raised by the counsel for the to»n, on demurer. The court held that inasmuch as the ordinance was passe i jo 1888, and the town of Oakesdale Jutes as a legal corporation oulv lack to 1890, the said ordinance was Mill and to and not binding on the town. Coun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1894

j® I Be on your Guard. § I II If ><>me grocers urge another baking pun derupon you in place of the " Royal," w I it is because of the greater profit upon it. rfj This of itself is evidence of the supe- © riority of the " Royal." To give greater » j profit the other must be a lower cost powder, and to cost less it must be made p with cheaper and inferior materials, and g) thus, though selling for the same, give ■» less value to the consumer. ® To insure the finest cake, the most S m wholesome food, be sure that no substi- i§> ($> tute for Royal Baking Powder is accepted » ( $ by you. fj Nothing can be substituted for I the Royal Baking Powder I 1 and give as good results. 1 Mm. I'utniore. Of Coventry I'atniore's wife, the heroine of his "Angel ill the House," it Is sain that she was a very lovely girl, clever, accom plished, animated anil sweet tempered. A biographer nay*; "Her ilgure was tall anil graceful. Her dark hair was thick and wavy and her large eyes, brillian...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1894

By JOSEPHINE BOWEN. «you mint be growing delirious again, Mr. forresh r." Here lie began to revolve in his mind the subject of a reward. "Confound Selwyn's pride!" he said to himself- "I know girls—there are thou ,ands of things that they want, and 1 am going to find out what she would like." His reflections were interrupted bythe entrance of Janie herself, with her hands full of early wildflowers, which she laid on a stand at his side. "How well you look I" he exclaimed half enviously. "Do you know. Mis* Janie, the doctor says that 1 have trou bled you long enough, and he means to take mi* away to his house to-morrow." Janie stood as if turned 1" marble, while the color slowly drifted out of her face. Harry Forrester looked up, expecting a reply, and was struck with pity at her expression. "Do sit down." he said, "and let us talk a little." ff<' reached for a chair and ehe dropped into it. "Are you sorry to be rid of your trou blesome charge, Miss Janie?" "Yes." she said. "Mj li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 July 1894

fTorn by shot and Shell. CHirAOo, July 10.—A caisson of Bat tery P, Second artillery, United States nrn'iy. exploded with terrible force Shortly after 1 o'clock U'is afternoon at Grand and Oakland boulevards. Two artillerymen and one tn>' per were in stantly killed. Nearly a score of other people-- troops, residents in the vicinity and passers by—were injured, some fatally. Killed—J. Donovan, private. Battery F, Second artillery; Edward Doyle, private. Battery F, Second artillery; Joseph Gay lor, farrier, Troop B, Sev enth eavi.lry . Wounded Sergeant Teiner, Battery I-'. Second artillery, badly shot through the body and severely burned by pow der; Fred Btolß, private, Second artil lery, badly burned and w innded about the legs, will recover; John Allen, Second artillery, shot in the head and neck, fatally injured; Maurice O'Donnell, pri vate, Second artillery, shot in the head and powder-burned, may recover; C. Encke, driver, private of the Second ar tillery, blown from his horse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1894

She IplXilllia-II I clip* VOL. <>- ()- 40. DEATH BY DROWNING.! Two Pullman Boys Meet Their Death in j the Waters of the St. Joe. i Frank Brarael and Alfred Mott Drowned I at Ohatcolet Last Sunday. Death, at all times sad, seems much judder w hen the summons comes Bud denly and without warning, and it was a genuine shock to all the city last Mon day when a message was received tell ing of the drowning of Frank Uramel and Alfred Mott in the St. Joe lake, near Chatcolet, Sunday evening. The boys, in company with A. W. Mott, Alfred's father, and J. M. Price, had been at the lake a week, and their vacation was nearly ended when the out ing was so suddenly and terribly ter minated. The party had made camp at the mouth of the St. Joe river, near Ohatcolet sta tion, and the horses bad been turned out to graze on an island in St. Joe lake. The lake is merely a broadening of the river, and the island is long and narrow, being four or live miles in length. Sun day afternoon Frank and Alf...

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