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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1894

THE HERALD. Will OKI) 1.1 I N. I M.1,.-.. PULLMAN WASH. CLEVELAND FIRM. Issues a Proclamation Against Strikinir Railway Men. MARTIAL LAW IS DECLARED. General Mile» (ilveu Ample Authority to Handle 111" I or. .- m He Liken in Chicago—Troop* to A. i With Moder ation ami Forbearance. Washington, July B. — Just before midnight President Cleveland issued the following proclamation: " Whereas, By reason of unlawful ob structions, combinations and assem blades of persons it ha- become imprac ticable, in the judgement of the Presi dent, to enforce by the ordinary course of judicial proceedings the laws of the Imtid States within the State of Illinois and tue city of Chicago within said State; and Whereas, For the purpose of enforcing the faithful execution of the laws of the United states and protecting its prop erty and removing obstructions to the Unites States in the State and city afore said, the President has employed a part of the military forces of the United States. Now, therefore, ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1894

fgrUCKY MIRACLE. , I|DG EJOHNM. RICE TELLS HOW jU HE WAS CURED. i,,i for Si« Year. With gristle f"^', ,ii-,.i in "" Wor"t *'"™»-e gsperted to '"'■• ""' ""* *"Te<l '" " I V jurrelo" Manner. rovim.-l.'lnK>-) I'°'"-l The Hon. John M. Mice of lxMlißa , *rence county, Kentucky, has for the ** tiro years retired from active life as min »l and Circuit Judge of he Six th Judicial District of Kentucky. 'lie has for many years served his na id county and State in the legislature "[ Frankfort and at Washington, and til his retirement was a noted ligure ■ political '"' judicial circles. The Into is well known throughout the ■t»te a"'l possesses the '"' qualities ' hich go to make a Kentucky gentleman honored wherever he is known. ibout six years ago the bodily troubles .hich finally caused his retirement at a ■me when his mental faculties were in Seienithof their strength began their ncroachment upon his naturally strong Institution. A few days ago a Ken tnokv r°st reporter called upon Ju...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1894

The Herald, WLFOID ALLEN. EDITOR 4*o PUBLISHER „i, m <m r inn. I'ahllnhed „v, r> Friday i>v™ini(, "' ''"l: --ntn, Whitman cuiinty. W«ahln*t»n. All „.r , , _„„,.„,< trill 1.,. continued and charged fin until ordered out. TEUMB OF SUnUCMFTIONi it i will $3.00 '» 1 \i. \.> . s X MONTHS ONLY ' •"" CALL FOR REPUBLICAN COUSTI (ONVr'.NHON. Notice is hereby given that the repub lican county convention will be held in JU*'Court house, in the city of Colfax, on Thursday, August 2, 1894, at 10 o clock b. in., for the purpose of nominating a full county and legislative ticket, and of electing delegates to the republican state convention. The primaries for the election "i dele gates shall be held in the respective pre cincts, at such place as i.- desifjnaned by the precinct commitleeman, on Thurs day, July 26th, said primaries to be open in the count) precincts from two to (our o'clock in the afternoon, and in the town precincts from four to seven o'clock in (he afternoon. Tin' ba...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1894

Rjfeljhborlj Mention. ONIONTOWN UNITS. „,,„ (hn Journal, 20th last. There is • Mignr famine here and In anT other I'alouse towns, which greatly cc the good housewife by preventing I ber from preserving her annual supply ( of fruit. Barney Hattrup and wife, together ,jth other parties of Pullman, are ex pected to pass through this city today • roi te to the shady hills and rippling i brooks of the lower country, there to ' rand » few pleasant days. Meanwhile Miss Anna Hattrup of this city will at- | nd to the household duties of Mrs. Hsttrnp at Full nan. "While driving over a large part of the j county Monday we observed that the w ads most everywhere were in excep tionally go. d condition owing to the fact that they had been worked when tbe soil was yet moist. Ip -ther sec tions they are full of holes, and the dust is already several inches deep, This is ltß j by the fact that these roads were i not repaired eailier, and that now when I the dry soil is disturbed, it will never pack,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1894

% All other powders are $ |5 cheaper made and in- *| |j ferior, and leave either »| « acid or alkali in the food J S2 ROY*l BAKING POWDER TO i«8 7/4' • ST fiEW-YORK. jgJD THE QUESTION. 111.. tasked her today, Hut flip gave nic M" answer, Neither word would she say. Though 1 asked tier today In the most appruved way Of 1 be modern romancer. I asked her today. Hut she gave mi no answer, SIIK. Ilr hail spoken Hi last. Sliiill 1 take him or leave him? At my reel he Is cast. lie has spoken at last. If bis hopes I should blast, Would ii really grieve him? Ho has spoken at last. .Shall I take him or leave him? lir.lt MAMMA. Is ho rich, as 1 he) sa> , Or a penniless masker? I must find out today If he's rich, as they say. For she's not Bald htm nay. And again he may ask.her. Is he rich, as they .say. Or a penniless masker? —Yanl^pe Blade At th* Nice Knee Meeting. A race, meeting is much the same all the world over, and the Nice gathering can hardly be called the exception. There is the s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1894

MILITARY EDICT. General Miles Issues Instruc tions to His Troops. ' pEPARTMENT OF MISSOURI. Aid the United States Marshals to Disperse, Capture or l"'""v All j Hod!--- of Men Obstructing the Mall lloiitc in Hostility to Injunction!. Cuicauo, July 10.—The following order waß issued this afternoon by General 1 jlilee. addressed to all United States troops serving in the Department of the Missouri: ..... The acts of violence committed in the lutfrw days in the stopping of mail trains and postroadß; the blocking of interstate commerce; the open defiance , n a violation of the injunction of the United States Courts ; the assaults upon the Federal forces in the lawful dis charge of their duties; the destruction, DJllneeand looting of the inland com merce property belonging to citizens of the different States, and other acts of rebellion and lawlessness have been of such a serious nature that the duties of the military authorities are more clearly The 1 proclamation of the President, the C...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 July 1894

Oar Military Rosour *■, The United States bai bee said to be a warlike nation without ing a mil itary nation Its war potentialities are vhsl, 11,.Iced. It showed that 301 jeers ago, when with only a little more th in half its present population it inns- j tered more than 3,000,000 men under arms in the Onion and Confederate forces. There are now in America the enormous total of 0,900,000 men of mil itary age eligible fr military service. Of coarse, the actual number of organ ized, drilled and uniformed citizen soldiers is only ■ email fraction of this, but the real available military strength of the United States iso ily inadequate!? appreciated by lie average American. Never before w,.h the National Guard of the several states so strong in num bers, so well armed, so excellently dis ciplined. There are 113,190 of theei volunteers in all, representing infantry, cavalry and artillery. New York heads the list in numbers with a well-equipped force of 12,810 officers and men. Penn sylva...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1894

fpje ftallmatt fi.e talk VOL. 0. NO. -U. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Key. L. O. Balrd departed Tuesday for his okl home in Chicago, where he will enter upon his duties. Mr. Baird has been in Pullman about live years, and has labored faithfully fur the np buildingof his church, and he lias many friends, who were sorry that duty called him elsewhere. The best wishes of his Pullman friends follow him. j. Jayberg, Claude Eastman, Harry True, W. S. Reider, and Jack and Fred Bowman returned from the St. Joe tish ing grounds today, after an outing of about two weeks. Ask Reider how his team likes hay. —Alex Howe is having an artesian well bored just west of his hotel. It is now I'.U feet down, and a small Stream is Bowing from it. It will probably be as. strong a flowing well as there is in the city. —l'res. Bryan will till the pulpit of the Congregational church at 11 a. m., Sun day, August 5, ami Key. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1894

THE HERALD. WIl.FOlll» ALI.KN. rul>ll«h«-r. PULLMAN WASH. GHKSHAM'B LATEST. Belligerent Message Mill to the Japan ese Uoverinent. New York, July 18.—A Washington dispatch to a morning paper of pro nounced anti-administration proclivities Bays: The fact has just come to light that the administration, through Secre tary Grosham, has committed another diplomatic blunder which is considered even more serious than the attempt to restore Queen Liliuokalani, Which may have more important results. Members of the diplomatic corps, among whom the facts have created something of a sensation, tell another story of it. The Chinese Minister, who has been in fre <inent consultation of late with the Sec retary of State regarding the strained relations between Japan and Corea, has finally induced the Secretary to send an official cable dispatch to the Japanese government expressing the dissatisfac tion of the United States with the policy which Japan has followed with Corea and closing with th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1894

BEHIND THE APPLE TREES. t R-Mn.l the (fray, gnarled apple trees *?h2»iinw=t clouds rise high and bright. __, , j like waves of tropic -" - '„„ of rarest eye delight. Th.'v pn » opon the darkling blue. m i>urt>ling ever more »nd more: Whilst ttold and beryl rays gleam through Tlie carmine arch of yon mist door. si,,i. they change both hue and form. Tmuxtoured to gay pinnacles. And body forth some airy morn. Weird as the scenes in magic well* p.,, |ol liieshlning towers revolve, Ami turn to gem strewn circles wide; Then like "is- Prosperous world, dissolve •Midst the night's dark, dream laden tide. -Detroit Free Press, MY CORRESPONDENT. There was a time when I neither wrote Tories nor read them. That was when 1 was a great stout fellow, with shoulders like those they tell of in the old KtiLilish ballad of "Robin Hood." that "measured a cloth yard" from tip to tip. I rather fan cied all that sort of thing wan for women and L'iris. and perhaps I might have thought so still if I ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1894

The I raid, VI rOW ALLEN. Editor and PuBLISHtH in in ii/ <"i '•«'■""'■ r,■i.H.1.p.l evwj i ...1..* evening, M l'nll m in. Wliitmnn comity. Washington. ii kiwtlMßMOla wUI be ■•"i"ii"'"'l »nd ohiuisd for until ofdMWi out. TEKMB OF SCBSCBIFTIONi O.f. ye/ a *T'!!J! H X MONTHS ONLY '•oo I in; Tribune did not confine its libel to Mayor Neill, bit makes every mem ber of the i 1 uncil a party to it. It is said that Fariss is laying his wires for the nominal! a of lieutenant governor in two year-. Ho might just as well save himself the tromble. A DEMOCRATIC congress can do ODe thing to perfection; it can spend the people's money, and still preserve an *asv conscience, and do nothing else. A report is current that Debs has ordered the strike 'jff, and that he is thoroughly disgusted with the A. K. U. life. There was no nted of calling the ttrike of, as it was off already. Thoug amis of Inboretß are now cursing the day they first heard of Debs and his little ■ rike. The course of the gang h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1894

XeirhborlT Mention. SDALE OFFERINGS. »-,„ the Son, !i7tllin"t" J'tn Graham had the misfortune to "■- t | n at)le horse last Monday morn . The .inimal, which was running : JL wandeied on to the Union Pacific Iroad track, and became fast in the • Mile, in the western part of the city. ' fa its efforts to free itself it broke one 0 [ its tore legs, the bone protruding trough the skin. TLe hoise was shot. That particular trestle seems to hare a V ip, c (gainst animals, as this is about ' the fifth one that has been caught in it. .Last Thursday afternoon a couven- of the threshing machine men of astern Washington wag held in this nitr tor tD3 purpose of combining on nteß, price of labor, -- to. About thirty machine men were present and they oc tapied the ci. tire afternoon with their teisioD. A series of resolutions were passed, which a majority if those pres ent signed, which regulated the price (or threshing, the manner in which they ihall b- paid, and the wages to be paid to crews. We...

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

Highest of all in leavening strength.—Latest U.S. Gov. Food Report. Economy requires that in every receipt calling tor baking powder the Royal shall be used. It will go further and make the food lighter, sweeter, iif liner flavor, more digestible and wholesome. ROYAL 3AKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW YORK. "FLY BY NIGHT." Joe Jefferson Given an Aimtsinif Story of I Its Origin. 1 presume that most prop]., who visit the theater have heard the term "fly by night" applied to minor and unstable theatrical companies, but 1 believe there are very few, If any, who understand the meaning of the term, ami among; even the present genera* tion of actors there is probably none who knows how the term originated. Ii was in the days when eld Sol Smith, dead and gone these many years, had a ttrollitiK company which played in only the smallest and queerest of all the small queer towns in the south and west. Smith and his company were playing a varied reper tory, as every company bad to do at that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1894

TH E SMALL POSTS Will Practically be Abandoned by the Government. I T BE OUTCOME OF THE STRIKE , TrooP Now Gathered at Chicago «ill Constitute Fort Sheridan's Per manent Garrison—The Commander on ) HI" w» y to Bar Harbor. Washington, July 18.—Daily reports ived at the War Department from tmops engaged in preventing disturb - oceson the railroads in the West show tint the disturbance of the strikers has generally diminished from formidable rioting to petty operations and obstruc tions. General Merritt at St. Paul re ports obstructions have been encountered n the Great Northern running north bom St. Paul, likewise at Livingston, Mont. There is friction on all the Pa cific roads. From San Francisco Gen eral Ruger reports that it will be neces- M ry to send the trains under guard for Mine time. General Miles reported the frightful accident at Chicago day before yesterday, and will take steps to ascer tain how it occurred, and may appoint a board for this purpose. As soon as in General M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 August 1894

WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. Special CutiespmmeiHW \\ AHiiiNOTiiN. .Inly 27. ISM, Bepnbli mis have i n aetootobed at the eiter,: or the demoralization in the democratic rank*, aa wposed t>v public „,„,[, ioi • of leading democrat* daring the pasl week. The democratic sena tors have b«W two eanooeea, but have leflnite conclusion than to order a rei ewal of the confer son the tariH bill, and as three democratic mi ators Hill, Murphy and Irby re meed to attend either of these oauouses tbe outlook for Hie . ndo Bemenl of the conference agreement, even supposn g that one can be reached, is far from bright, Should those three democratic votes be cast against the agree nl tariff legislation at this seaeion would be dealer than B last year's bird's nest. It is not believed that any ngreement can g"t through the house that does not modify the sugar sohednle, not to men i o pal an'l iron (jre, and the Lou fiians eenators have given notice that they will yote against any agreement that makes the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1894

fp)je ihiUman itefftlJi VOL. 6. NO. 42. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happening' in Pullman During the Past Week. jjovements of oar Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Mrs. Delia C. Cox, national lecturer and organizer of the W. C. T. U., will lecture at the Congregational church Saturday evening at eight o'clock, and at the Methodist church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Mrß. Cox is one of the most successful lecturers sent out by the W. C. T. U. These lectures are free; everybody come. —A. H. Smith, late treasurer of the agricultural college regentß, has satisfied the judgment against him by turning over to Assistant Attorney General Haight $18,695 which he refused to turn over before on the ground that his suc cessor was not confirmed by the senate. —From today's Review we learn that Prince Almont took first honors and a |700 purse at Butte yesterday. Best time made, 2-16' 4 . He also won second nionev at Anaconda a few days ago. Prince Almont is the property of Thos. Savage. —Services next S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1894

THE HERALD. 111 in: AI.I.KN. Plll>ll»her. PULLMAN WASH. Aimoli-I'I.A 1 I FRAUDS. Chairman Irlik Considers the Decision of Hi.. President i njunt. Washington, July 25. — Chairman Prick of the Carnegie Steel Company was before the Naval Committee in the armor-plate investigation to-day. Frick asserted that, while the company's out put in 1898 was more than 3,000,000 tons, only 5,000 tons was armor-plate. He left the details entirely to Superintend ent Hunsicker. Frick regarded the pen alty levied by the Navy Department as exorbitant, and appealed to the Presi dent, as he was permitted to do under the law. He considered the President's decision unjust. Frick said Informer Craig came to him before the information was given out, intimating a conspiracy was on foot; also received a visit from an unknown elderly lady, who Intimated that for money she would give valuable information. "If the government inspectors had done their duty, there would have been no trouble," said he. " I knew t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1894

!!7^MAYJ3E CHEAP NOW. \- ,U,l.Out<.r< lay F..r SCO a Carat 1UJ A* ' „_,. French Omnilnta.' 'L. »the story that a retail jew- J^nßronzy tells:';Anian came *£ m ,- „ other morning and took * macnifiwnt stone, which he put rffJeoVwter and asked mo what I * mof it Well, I thought it was Sf worth about *700 or *800. The Erwad a deep pigeon's blood and f*f the magnifier showed little 2? like buhl in the stone they Vt interfere with its transparency TrUtness. 'What's it worth ?' .-aid f4xtr dollars a carat, said he. I L«l at him in amazement. 'Then Kite,' said I. Not a bit of it,'said " nested it for hardness, and it -.all right. Then the man ex 2Lj that while it was a real ruby reproduced by artificial means. I! French chemist made it. Very few I these stones have come to this Into' " far, and in most of those Shave there was no material that Jd be used for jewelry, the crys here so small. This puts a dif i«nt phase on the business." Artificial crystallization of alumina -accomplish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1894

The Herald, W LFOID ALLEN. Editor AND PUBUSHCR OFFICIAL CITY PAVER. l'«l>ll>hm! KTory Friday evening, «t Poll nun, Whitman conntjr, Washington. All AitTi.rliHcniTOt* will t» continued and charged for until ordered out. TKUMS OF BUBHCBIFTIOMi ONEYK,.rf S2.OJ) S A MONTHS ONLY '-00 The Brotherhood of Trainmen have announced that the rule forbidding sym pathetic strike* is to be strictly enforced, and that members who gave aid and comfort to the Debs movement by quit t'Off work will he excelled. Orders to that effect have been issued by Grand Mister Wilkinson in unequivocal terms. He declares that lodges failing to com ply with the rule referred to will lie liable to have their charters revoked.— 1.-I. Th« late strike has passed to the stage that all of its predecessors reached in due process of time. The corpora tions whose property was destroyed by the riots incident to the strike are recov ering damages from the communities where the riots ook place; .he strike leaders continue...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1894

JieirbborlT MeuUon. MOSCOW MATTERS. , nm the Mirr.r, 3d in.t. Last Friday evening as unoccupied h onse belonging to E. A. Walker in the ,oatheastern part of town was destroyed . g re- The building was an old shell gD d uninsured. The fire was of ircen ' dJarT origin and it is supposed that gome camper left a fire so that it com municate.' to the building. Lbs Saturday evening the friends of Mr W. G. Little were startled to learn o [hi§ sudden death. He was apparently as well as usual and hoed in the garden until about i o'clock when he went to bed. About an i our later Mrs. Little irant into the rjoru to awaken him and (omul that he was dead. It is supposed death resulted from heart failure. He na9 eeventy-seven years old. The fun eral took place Sunday afternoon. On Wednesday night Billy McConnell blarted home and discovered two mou in the all. y near the McConnell Maguire bail ling who acted suspiciously and he BO'ified the night police and a search of the building was made and it...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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