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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening rower.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report . c ABSOLUTELY PURE VIOLET TIME. \ In V "'••' time Tim wandering wind no longer ijrlovws Among dull winter* withered leaves. Hut spring her bridal garments weavos In rio!ct Hmo. i M violet I idle Bright waters !>y the breeies stirred, The carol of the, homing bird la every budding brake ii heard In violet Lira*. In violet time On mist) liilU and flashing streams Shine forth the Imoeful, gladsome k'leanu Of sonny days and euiumer dreams— In violet time. In violet time A thrill of ensttwv divine Exalts Hie ionl like new made wine, And faith and hope and love combine In violet time. In violet time The shadow* all translucent lie In joyous languor on the *ky— Obi who would be content to die In violet time? —Montgomery M. ITolsom "JOSIAH ALLEN'S WIFE." Th»- Wit ami Wisdom of n Quiet Country Woman. Contrary to a generally accepted notion, the woman who has achieved fame and for- tune as ".Toslah Allen's Wife" li \ neither a m...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1894

ON TRIAL Host important Legal Battle : in the Nation's History. , TO BE STRENUOUSLY FOUGHT •Mtl. »'«-" led A""' Them, ..n A "' ' nl Will >>•' Taken to the Supreme I £* u rt Corner... Will be Applied to If 1 „ Should be Neceß»«ry. Chicago, July What is considered h, tabor leaders as one of the most im tant legal battles '" the nation's his- L, was begun in the United States Suit Court to-day, when President "vg Vice-President Howard, Secretary teliher and Director Kogerß of the ( rican Railway Union by their at ornevs, W. W. Krwin, S. S. Gregory i C. S. I'arrow, tiled an answer to the »Btempt rule. The defense proposes to -try the case to the Supreme Court in to event of an adverse decision here, ™i if defeated to appeal to Congress. r,l be contended that what, the court L done amounts to a usurpation of zLer The defense will follow closely lines of the report of the Boatner mmmittee in Congress, which investi »tpd Judge Jenkins. Ii the Supreme Crt declares the injunction and c...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 August 1894

The Business Slluat on. The past week has witnessed a moder ate industrial revival throughout the laud. The recovery from the fuel fam ine and business blockade of the coal and railroad strikes has contributed in a degree to th a ißcrea- c of prosperity. Many factories an* resuming operations, and Western banks report a better de maud for iii<H)<>y from their country cli ents. The low state to which the woolen market has fallen has resulted in a nat ural reaction and large sales, which fore ■hudow, in their turn, a decided improve ment, on the textile trades. The wooleu goods product has been so greatiy cur tailed, too, that manufacturers will prob ably won be compelled to start up again. The farmer seems to be the heaviest suf ferer, owing to the curious conditions of affaire which has made wheat in I hi" country fall to almost as low a selling price an corn. An important shortage in oorn may, however, help wheat. The alarm occasioned by the large gold with drawals for exp...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1894

gpjjr ftallmatr fUf&lfr ■ ■ /s^^^^^^ v )wM ™ jj I '„-*. v :- • ."u ■■,"-■* ■ v ■ ■* Vol. ti- N<>-«- Lai happenings. I openings in Pullman During the m . ' Past Week. laments of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. ..Pullman in this state seems to be •rai-tin-'as much of the public atten to as Us Chicago namesake. Its ar bi, wells have lons been the wonder 4 admiration of the readers of the pablic journals, but these freaks of na fare have lately been further difctinguish ,,,, themselves and claiming a still Jjtjpj share of public mil ice by throwing up Bands rich in gold.—Spokane Advo ate. «4lev. Marvin will preach at the us ual hours next Sabbath in the Matho 4Mchurch. These will be the closing prices of the conference year, as Sir. Marvin starts for The Dalles, where the (onforence is to he held, next Monday Horning. A cordial invitation is ex tended to all to be present. ('. E. Cole lends the Epworth League Sunday even ing at 8 o'clock. -Tlie Young Ladies Foreign Mise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1894

THE HERALD. mi iimii AL.I.KN. rilUllnhor. PULLMAN WASH. HOUSE OF COMMONS. DlSWMlllll of the l-'.vlrted Tenant* Kill Limited. London, August —In the House of Commons to-day Sir William Harcourt, Chancellor of the Ehxcequer, moved a time limit for the discussion of each clause of the evicted tenants bill, with a final closure of the committee stage August 7. In making this motion Sir William said the government regarded the bill as urgent and appreciated the necessity thai the time allotted for further discussion of the measure should be ample. He was not enamored of ex ceptional measures of closure, and re sorted to them with sincere regret, but the fact that there were twenty-two pages of amendments to the bill justi fied the summary procedure, Mr. l>al four said that never in the history of Parliament had there been a proposal like this. No government had ever ventured to suggest after only a two days*debate of a measure in committee that the House be gagged, yet a Minister maki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1894

"T-- "pEE-WEE." ■ ,h. morning long wa» filled with ~.Tbur»t from every tree. •\£rf.W>l'» 1»"ttl"blril» '^to*ly»"«"IlM-wllo! , ..poke out =!<""•.80 tho bird could t taw" 1' ' ... ,»«llv seems to me /San't »in ß a different .ong f i^'ive-wee. Pee-wec'.' M bid" »*" from he songster. Bar V,i» thickest greenwood tree. Wouldn't »ing the foolish thing $,how my low degree." '„),. little bird, when he had heard I *.«i« speech, looked at mo I *$!," bViL-lu eyes wida and hi. head one side. Ajd.aM again, Tee-wee!" I at I understood the lesson good ' belittle bird had for me. Xlvesom- song, and we should sing. rtitonlybe"Pee-weel" -Albert Annctt in Youth's Companion. I CAPTAIN'S DEE AM. : .jut sir," said the orderly in respect „! remonstrance, "you are annihilat *.ihilatedl" echoed the captain in jjpation. 4es sir; the umpire sent word as - , n d all your company was swep' • t,y the last discharge of the mi vß? the militia, too!" exclaimed the Lain. -Well, I'm d d. Here, give Joy flask and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1894

The I [eretld. WIFOIO ALLEN, EDITOR Alto PUBLISHER ail Kill. CITY I'M'f.ll. ..... Friday evnnini;, >■< Poll nnii. Wliiinmn county. Wh*l incrlon. \ii /Uvmtlmaienta will ba continued and ohnrtfed fur until ordered out. IKII.MS OK . i:ll'l ION: (I>KVlii ■ $2.00 8 \ MONTHS ONt>\ '•°° Tin; republican county ticket will compare most favorably wi h the other ii,.,,, i . Soil can vote it consistently ii d conscientiously. C, H. LliiniN, of the Seattle Tele graph, whs sentenced to three months mi -Hi. and to pay a line or $500 for criminal libel, last week The BHme dose, or a heavier one, is now awaiting certain rnemberd of the gang. China ond Japan are "still at it," and the latter teems to be the master as far as sea lighting h concerned. But Japan can hardly be in it when t. comes to land fighting, as it has only a handful of men as compared with China. Jx'.-i laughable to nee how anxious Braioard is to lave people know that he bus i.olhiug whatever to do with the »'• iturial ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1894

- Neighborly Mention. OAKESDALE OFFERINGS. From <!»" Sun, 10"' '"*'■ Young Walter Robinson, who had his band so severely injured by a handcar ,t the Onion Pacific depot last week is now getting along nicely. The small boy is generally a terror to neietv; he is always up to some prank B nd it is not often that, he iB caught nß pping. But last Tuesday he met a crushing defeat at the hands of the irre pressible Jack Smith ' hat to say the least, was funny lint mean. .lack man ipulates the street sprinkler and it 19 his [ custom to procure wat?r from the tank at the planing mill, and it is also 'he custom of the small boy to ride on the rear until the tank is reached. As it happened last Tuesday Jack had just I finished filling the sprinkler when a boy jumped on the lear end and contentedly seated himself for b ride, Jack pulled the string and oul of tbe pray be boy •merged wet to the skin, and with a very tired expression on his face. MOSCOW MATTERS. From the Minor, Kith innt. Mr. H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Rp^Kvwtef <& &z?&sa fOWCSSf ABSOLUTELY PURE PITIFUL »OCKETLESS WOMAN. T.i What Shift* I- she put it. ran. u*r« Hit Purse ami Handkerchief. If hum at beings were classified accord lug to their most st rlkin^ peculiar!! ien the fair sex of this period would surely be called ■ i be pocket tan woman " Plain sheath skirt* or« all very floe, but it never entered Into the folds ot* a bell skirl to afford a biding place for a pocket, . Nevertheless there are certain articles which must be carried, pocket or no pocket, and the ways of doing this, which tire devised by moat women, are both ludicrous and pathetic. When a woman starts our whopping or visiting, or on any errand, there are sev eral articles which it behooves her to carry, In the first place every well meaning wom an likes to have a handkerchief concealed somewhere about her person, and, further more, i' doesn't make much difference whether she be arrayed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1894

roads. A Supplementary Statement to the Minority Report. ) ANOTHER SUGGESTION MADE Harris, the Kansas Representative, -.'•Would Like to Have the GoTernment L Ope™"' • Transcontinental Line—He ♦ opp»»<« the ltelll Bin- Washington, July —Harris of Kansas, a member of the House Com mittee on Pacific Railroads, has sub mitted the following supplementary ,Utement to the minority report against the Reilly bill ■ "I fully concur in the foregoing (Boat uer'B) views of the minority, except bo lit as the opinion is expressed that the government should, in the event of fore closure, proceed to sell or transfer the property acquired to some other corpora tion or company, as indicated and sug gested in the Pattison report. "The agents of the State for the per formance of a public duty have, as a role proven incompetent and dishonest; incompetent in protecting the rights and interests of the public, and dishonest in using the powers entrusted to them wholly for selfish ends and for the pur pos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 August 1894

FIRE 1 _ — ! $0 fl nft fi Worth of General Merchandise, the greater /I U\l U part but slightly damaged by smoke and water BEGINNING SATURDAY, AUGUST 18. Must be closed out in the next --——^f Ibbbb ] j A lr 5*""31 I — Regardless of value. Maguire & Browne. The Now Chinese Treaty. Washington, Aug. 11. The treaty with China, which was ratified by the action of the senate, prohibits Hi com ing of Chinese laborers to the United States for 10 years, upon conditions specified. The restriction is not to ap ply to the return of such labors as have lawful wives, children or parents in this country, or who are property owners j here to the value of 81,000, or debts equal to that amount due ti.em. The departing Chinamen are to secure be fore leaving a certificate from the collec tor of customs or the district from which i he leaves, testifying to the fact that be , has deposited with the collector a dee- j cription , f his family, property or cred- j it, and this certificate is to entit'e h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 August 1894

fpje fttdlniEti lleMk VOL 6. NO. 44. local HAPPENINGS, Happenings In Pullman Dunn? the j Past Week. ; Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. i Kansas, Indian Territory and Texas citizens have offered a purse of $25,000 for the Jackson-Oorbett fight to take "place at Wagner, Indian Territory, where there is no laws to prevent such a con test. Richard K. Fox telegraphed the acceptance of both Jackson and Corbettj provided the money was deposited in a Hew York bank. The request will be coiiU'lit' 1'- v, itli Monday next. Services Sunday evening at St. Kath friii* 1 Episcopal church as follows: Evening prayer at 7:30, ollowcd by ser mon by .i. If. L. Ziitnian, alter which the celebration ■'. the holy communion. —The Baker-Madjre Grain company are having a new ullio'j Titled up in the Farr building on Main street, and will move to their new quarters next week. .]',. <». Ewiilir, of the Spokane paper linn of Gray, Ewing ■'■ Co., was rustling Among ii in..i! merchants and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 August 1894

THE HERALD. WII.KOI(I) ALI.IN, I'll It Usher.' i.man wash. WAR PROCLAIMED Japan Has Formally Notified the Other Nations. JAPAN'S MINISTER RECALLED Vessels of Other Powen win Henceforth Carry Contraband Article* of War at Their Own Peril Minister anil Con suls lEecatleil. London, August 3.—A dispatch just received says Japan made a formal decla ration of war upon China to-day. Lord Kimberlv, upon receipt of notice from the Japanese Minister that war had been declared, wired all the British rep resentatives abroad to warn the captains of merchant vessels of the fact in order that they might form their cargoes ac cordingly. Any contraband ware com prised in the cargoes will be handled at ■lie risk of the owners of the vessels. FOR TIIK WORLD TO TAKE NOTICE. TOKIO, August 3. —The Japanese gov ernment has informed a representative of the foreign powers here that a state of war exists between Japan and China. This is regarded as equivalent to a decla ration of war. MINISTER AND CONSULS RE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 August 1894

MIRACLE IN MISSOURI I THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF MEDICAL ! SCIENCE FAR MORE WONDER. FUL THAN THE MAGIC OF THE EAST. _ IT,, R«-m»rkal>l«< Experience of Post m»»t«r Woodson of Panama, Mo. _Kor Ten Yearn a Orlpple—T<i-<lay a Well ami Hearty Man. jfjom the City Times.) The people of Rich Hill, Mo., and vicinity have recently been startle.) by a teeming miracle of healing. For years ( one of the best known men in Bates and Vernon counties has been Mark M. Woodson, now postmaster at Panama *nd brother of ex-State Inspector of Mines C. 0. Woodson of this city. The people of Rich Hill, where he formerly resided, and of his present home re member well the bent form, misshapen almost from the semblance of man, .which has painfully bowed its bead half to eaith and labored snail-like across the walks season after season, and when one : ,lav last month it straightened to its full hetuht, threw away the heavy butt of cane which for years had been Us only support from total helplessness, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 August 1894

The HereilcL W LFO-10 ALLEN. iOITOn ANO PuBLISHCn official city J'.in:n. I'aiilfohnd erety Fri'lay evening, al Pnl!. oun, Wliitmim county, Wvihlnirton, AH idvortlaetuentJ will tw ooutjoood «i"' charged for until ordered nut. TllintS VV HUHSfKIII'ION: ...I \! A . $2.00 SiX MONTHS .i.l.i '•"" We lire all anxious for college opening ilav lo com" again. Tho merry students have been missed. Whin it- come-, to dramatic ability, Iho auditorium club is right in it. Ibe play hist Wednesday night gave uni versal satisfaction, tho players covering themeelvi s wilb ir v. If lhare 's one in iii on iinv tick t whi] deserves reelection for hie past work, that man is John I. Latin nip. As sheriff he h s served the conn > fiiithfullv, economically and well. He is a i! in whom all o;in support \vi:h a cleat conscience. I in: Graphic ■ iscontinue I pnblina in,i, without saying so much as '■ ire well to its readers, after its las:, ipoim X ng, like aeveral before him, had out estimated the newspaper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 August 1894

RJfelghborlr Mention. FARMINGTON FAC.GOT& From the Forura, 18th Imt. Two morphine bends, who have been I in town several times lately, here run out by Marshal Price during the week, jj gave them the'r choice—get out of town or ■-•< to the lock up, ; nd they left town. A notice was posted iii Ihe postollice ' {his week stating that men are wanted at Oak»sidalo to work in the harvest lie!, ls. Here la chance for Borne of the hobos who part through Ibis plaoj al most every day bunting (?) work. .1. W. Pruett, who left here last spiiog to settle in the Okanogan country, has returned to make the Palonse his home. He lost nil his crops in that, country by the floods last spring, and he says the }>;,],ms' country is wav ahead of that section. Mrs. D. Hidges, ho lives on Pine creek, me 1 with quite a severe accid-nt. the Brat of the week. She had started [to Oakesdale in a blackboard, ami ■- ben only a short distance froiii the house the team became frightened and started to run, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report Rsty Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE TRIALS OF A TICKET MAN. ii« can riiilnre All line (lie Qamtluns Of People win, Never Travel* A prominent Pittsburg passenger agent, in a conversation with a reporter of that city, gave a few interesting facts relative to >;:■■ everyday experience of the average it) passenger man, which thost! not directly connected with the business know nothing about. lie said: ••It is a. singular fact the number of people who visit our office daily and tho curious questions they ask with regard to railroad rates, etc., when very often they have no notion whatever of leaving the oil and as a matter of fact have not traveled any worth mentioning. Forsix years there has been a very i ingular char acter who has made an annual visit to j this office, 1 have no idea from whence be Cometh or whither In- goeth, but be always asks the selfsame questions ami goes away apparently satisfied with the information ho bus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 August 1894

A f]NVESTIGATION wts That Senators Were Not financially Influenced. Awards STATED UNTRUTHS ai«r'i BMOlotlon for an Investlga *** oof the Dominion Coal Company Cw* the Senate-No Testimony to 'j.pport Edwards' Statements. ffiSHBiGTOS, August 4.—Senator . Chairman of the Sugar Invest LCommittee, presented a report to LSeoate to-day, and asked that the Lnittee be discharged. The main re «rt is signed by all the members of the iLittee, Lodge and Davis present a l eme ntary report, and Allen pre- Itghia own views on some features of * rise The report recites the facts Ih have been published as to the re -2 of Correspondent Edwards to 2«r questions. Secretary Carlisle is Crated, and parts of the article in S,Philadelphia Tress reflecting on him -declared without foundation, except Lit is a fact according to Secretary Kyle's testimony he did at the re \ltof Senator Jones draft an amend £to the sugar schedule. The con £* of Edwards, says the report, in nbiishing specific charges against pub-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 August 1894

T^TREt — — jl ii __ Tll^___ft i- OHr I"™* /-A T" SMOKE! fire SALE! WATER, i= ■ * =— n j $0(1 ns% 0 Worth of General Merchandise, the greater L II , If U || part but slightly damaged by smoke and water BEGINNING SATURDAY, AUGUST 18. Must be closed out in the next h=e=ee3 O—D A TS—3O^^^^ Regardless of value. Maguire & Browne. The \«z Peroe ilndian Keservation. Waiisimjton, Aug. 22. The bill rat ifying the Nt>z l'erco Indian treaty and providing for the opening of the reser ration which passed the oonf a■* com mittee of the two houses of congress some days ago has row become a law. Tin. bill carries with it an appropria tion of 81,020,222 of which $626,222 is to be paid as Boon as the department can arrange the necessary deti ils. This work according to Representative Sweet who bas bad several interviews with de partment officials, is progressing rapidly. The division „,, accounts is preparing a lint of those entitled to payments under the agreement. The lan ' will be opened j f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 August 1894

THE PULLMAN HERALD VOL. 6. NO. V>. JCAL HAPPENINGS.: i openings in Pullman During the ■■ Past Week. foments of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. Jibe first services of the new confer ee year will beheld in the Methodist Mcli next Sunday. Sunday school at ,' 4 ..conducted by the suporiutend- J rrof. Fulnier; preaching by the Itor, M. H. Marvin, at 11 o'clock, fol ded'by class meeting. The Junior u ,jgiie will meet at 3p. m. for r.-or ion . Epworth League meets at 7 In., followed by preaching promptly t8 All are cordially invited to the 'services. -A. W. Mott is one of the most sue ggfa! merchants in the city, and his access is due to the fact that he sells the quality of goods at the lowest prices, ad that he lets the people know that he nuts their trade. If you want to know that lie is doing for the people now, K»d his large ad. on the last page of the Jbild. -J. G. Gibson, of Johnson, says that ibMt ie not yielding quite up to antici latwns, the wet, coin weather of the ipr...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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