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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 August 1894

THE HERALD.) wn.KoitK AI.I.KN. Pnbllahav. run.man wash. ON Till. Mosul Ito COAST. Ttr Capiiiiii or |ha Columbia Dnu vni Aiituiiiato Nsrtotu Tronbla, Washington, August 10.— The Navy Department received a dispatch from Captain Summers, commanding the Co lombia, which was telegraphed from New Orleans on the arrival of yester day's steamer from Blue/ields. His re port is exceedingly brief. He says he baa landed a force from the two Ameri can ships, and that men have also i>. c-n landed from the Hritisb war vessel. The American force wil! be maintained ashore as long aa affairs are unsettled. Hi does not anticipate serious trouble, and <rrin< to look for a speedy termina tion of the difficulty between the Niea ragnana on the one side and the Mos quito Indian^ and negroes on the other. The impression is gained ,'roin naval officers from the dispatch that the Nica raguans, who have now concentrated a sonsiderabie force at Bluefields, will continue master of the situation, and tha...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 August 1894

(is. Nortliuji's Lodger I By AUGUSTA LAENED. By AUGUSTA LAENED, ''• ■I, 1601 by American Preen As«o<t»- ' (0!™ nl~ lion.) CHAPTER L „•„,* matin httiimi I'll being allowed to fatten them, to the young lady's bodice. . It was a warm Jane morning, and birds caroled in the tall elms along ' Grove street. Housemaids were opening parlor shutters or sweeping off verandas witha snatch of song on the lips, and that peculiar flirt of the broom that betokens {toe weather ami a light heart. The milkman's wild cry was expiring at one aid of the long street just as the news boy's shrill yell broke the silence at the other. Shadows lay cool on the brown road, and the town gardens exhaled their sweetest odors. It was just at this moment that Mrs. gorttaup's lodger turned Into Grove Jtreet on her way to the postoffice, Mrs. Northup's house was not on Grove street. There were no such humble little houses, i with a garden the size of a pockethand i. kerchief and a bit of drying lawn .-it the ' back...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 August 1894

The M era, Id, IV / 010 ALLEN. EOITOII AND PUBLISHLR OFFICIAL CITY I'll'/.'/!. I'liMl-hoit every Friday eveuing, lit I'ul. min, Whitman i-minty. WmhlnstOß. At .Vtverlirwmi'tiH will be Mutinied nn.l dmrgad for until oDlorod oat. TV.UMS OK BUBBCKirnONs ...i.-.vk, ,$ $12. I .till Next Wednesday in the regnl ir me-t ---ing uight of the Pullman republican club, and as mutters of importance will 1,. brought up a full attendance is de sire '. The meeting will be in the oil < hall. Turn out, all you good republi cuim. __ The campaign will open up in dead can:' after thi state convention to bo held in Spokane next month. The can. puign will doubtless be conducted cleanly and hooeil y. as both of the old parties have good men on their tickets, and the light will not be made on pi r sonal issues, but rather on party prin ciples. __^_ John L. Wii.nox puts an end to all doubt as to his position political y, (then he save that his name, will not .c I resented t) the | eople for re-election to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 August 1894

Neighborly Mention. COLFAX CHATTER. Fn ,,,,i1,.' G«»tt», -Mill but. In the case of the state of Washing ton vs. ,I'hu Braithwaite, this prelim j.iarv trial which was beard before Jus lice Zimmerman on Monday, Aug. 20, the defendant was acquitted. Braitb ■site was arrested on a charge of assault | with a deadly weapon upon the person of James Towe at Winonann August ''. BrnithwHite has been in jail on a failure to secure the necessary 82000 bond. The evidence, in the examination on Monday was such that Justice Zimmer man decided that the prisoner acted in self defense and was consequently re leased from custody. The costs in the case were SI 17.45. It was a narrow escape from death experienced by the four-year-old daugh ter of Win. B. Ste(.henson, living near Oolfax, on Wednesday. It seems that Mr. Btephenson bad bought a bottle of iodide of mercury pills, 100 small 1 10 grain pelle's being in the vial. It whs carelessly left where the child could get at, mid she, thinking the p.Us w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S.Gov't Report = ABSOLUTELY PURE A VERY BUSY EDITOR. Candidate Will lain M. Winterly Him a Pin ralll.i ..I Business Intel-eat*. Although William Mliikoy Slngerly, who was nominated for governor by tho Deruocratla convention at Harri ! v Urn other day, lias for yean been a power in Pennsylvania politics, ho has novel brforo been n candidate for public office. Mr. Sin- Berly has manifold business Interests it ml is one of the busiest men In America. Bo ■ldea boinftwlitor and proprietor of tlio Philadelphia !:•ci.nl lie owns over a thou- WILLIAM M. MMi t:i.v ■and brick dwellings In the northwestern onotlon of the city, has a model stock farm, of wbloh ho i- very proud, owns a woolen mill, a paper- mill, a pulp mill and possi bly other factorlos and is a largo stock holder in certain Philadelphia bunks and trust, companies. Mr. gingerly Inherited the foundation of his groat wealth from his father, who was tine of the pioneer street" railway ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 August 1894

COLD world i O ld Pullman Employes About to Suffer Eviction. HE OUTCOME OF THE STRIKE j i l ' ~"~ f ' , h , Oii«l"" k for the Present Population of the Model Town la Not Full or Ch«er- Old Employe* Knit Make Way for the New Men. i i Chicago. August 13.— Post prints > V following from Pullman: Pullman's tenants will be evicted. .p r esident Wickea said so to-day. The company claims that it must find houses for its new employes to live in, and as the strikers have been camping in the Pullman flats without paying a jeat of rent for the past three months, (hey must leave. This move is the very last in the big strike, and it will forever discomfit the employes. The company's houses cover about 3,000 people at pres ent. These 8,000 consist of the striking workmen and their families. There are about 1,000 new men in the shops that have families, and that desire to live near their work. The old employes must make way for the new. Mr. Wickes was asked to-day: "Will the company evict the t...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 August 1894

Interstate tiiir Opened. Taooma, Wash., August 2i1.-Oov.-r nor McOrnw has pressed the button and the rsUte Fair Is now open. It was nt noon today, "hen standing on „ platform in Hie main building the poTfrnor. who two weeks ngo dedicated the fair from the same stand, made a 1 , el addtwi declaring the North** t Interstate Imposition .■, en to the world and touched B Small electric button that pet in motion all th« whirling wheels in machinery ball. Previous to this action there ~as a I monster street parade. It started at 10:30 'clock with Governor McGraw and hia staff riding at th« bead. In the procession were all tbo civic »nd military organizations of this and bu rounding cities, the Tacomn Cilv Troop of cavnlry with its waring yellow plumes, two companies of state infantry, the order o 1 Elks with an immense tame 1 Ik at the bead, the Turks and Egyptians from the Turkish village with their camels and donkeys, representatives from all the different countries that are exhibiting a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1894

If Ije ftallwsttt'. fUftttft VOL. 6. NO. 46. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Jovements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —E. J. Northcutt is in the city today, md as usual Jgot a lot of letters from partieH east and elsewhere concerning bis Northcutt Giant wheat. The name "Northcutt" is now known throughout the length and breadth of the civilised l»nd, »nd all because of the giant wheat that yields 101 bushels to the acre. Mr. ;;, Ib desirous that all who write him ihould enclose stamp for reply, as it is >n item of considerable expense when he has to answer all of them. —Tuesday and Wednesday it com menced as though this fall was to be a repetition of last in the way of rain and wet wheat, but Thursday it cleared up ,gain, and the weather it now sunny »nd bright. The rain did no damage, and made the roads much better. Of course there were those who were sure the rain would continue, and in their itind's eye could see nothing but grown wheat....

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1894

THE HERALD. •riLFOHU AbI.KS, Publisher. PULLMAN WASH. ' \ITK NOT 11,1 \. The SMidraaa I>l<t Not Show Any <■■» / ' • iplraoj on Hi* I'urt. Denvkr, September 1. — Governor Waite wan a witness to-<lay before United States Commissioner Hinsdale 'in tin- cam against himself, President iMulliiis 'of the Police Board, Chiel of Police Armstrong and Police Matron 'T>» ■>■<■!• for withholding from ex-Matron .Likens a letter for her. W.iile denied the ooMplracyabsolutely. The letter, ' he said, vrtiß given him to read. Alter reading it he banded it back, and con sidered it ol little Importance, lie op posed the removal ol Mr*. Likens, and never gave Mrs. Dwyer any encourage ment to expert the place. . Mr-. Dr. Love, a friend Of Mrs. Likens, testified that the Governor told her the removal i was made because of a letter compromising Mrs. Likens. The Gov ernor gave her a letter to Armstrong, re<ineeting hitri to lei her see the letter. Armstrong sent her to Mullins, who w...

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

JR. Northup's Lodger , B; AUGUSTA LAENED. •nearest Willie." she began, "how I . iatou were herein my pleasant room \vt* word about the attic chamber j«b to the railroad.) "But as 1 cannot TZ you here 1 lnll3t colltent myself th confidential chat on paper. Inm £w famously in my new quarters nnd tta tremendous spirits. Mrs. Northup. (^landlady, is kindness itself. 1 break »lstfd with her this morning, and we 2ked about you. My room has three win- TffS." (Not a word about their height, wed'ading a view of anything but a three cornered bit of sky and the top of ""ear tree .) "It isaoapital place to think Jij write in. 1 hope to have some splen -sjd" (underlined) "news for you soon, L ) ye great expectations. Littlelield Lo lovely town, and I take a little wall; Jong iW shady streets every morning Wore breakfast. The society is of the wt"_{Poor girl, she had not spoken to a jool except her landlady and the postal clerk)—" great many nice young people, •nil there are nnmerous picnics, law...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1894

The Herald, WIFOIO ALLEN. Editor and Pubusmk OFFICIAL CITY P.tPE/t. Pnti'.lahed every Kri.i.iv sTealßf, Bt I'nll- M i,, Whltauui c.iunty. Wwhinitton. ill Aily«?rtiwniwit» will l» continued »i»l ohargtd f"> until ordnod out. TKIIMB OF BM'RIPTIONi „.K vk, .^ SB.OO s ( MONTHS ONLY l-"° Twu yean more ol demooratio mis rnlp, *• d then tbe voioe of the people • beard Rgnin, !iiv. hi.kv, Ihe Moscow forger, Ijhs i guilty to tbe charge, and will do i »kii »tnpe« tor several years. ihi Qarfleld Enterpr se K|"akH (.f ■■Prof. Lilley »nd his 'corpse' ot tesoh «■«," Vun are rigbl in Ihnt, Bntorpriße ••Wh i will n present Wsshingtoo in ibe I*. S. senate?" ih tbe ques ion thai will hay ooonderoble influence in the ting election. Politics will 1»* much cleaner when the senators a c elected by tbe direct vote of the people. In i hi: will li" considerable "■cratch ing" dooe at the coming eleotion in thit oonntr, lnit|ihe |indic«Uon> aie that tie . -pulil can candidati-H will cany neanv all of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1894

NHrhborly Mention. OAKESDALE OFFERINOS. from the San, 81at nit. Toe flnt narload of ne* wheat iliipped from this section this year, was sh ipped from McCoy's siding by T. Y. Willian." * Co. to Taconia. The wheat WBe fine, lnrge, and plump, and will t»ke the highest glade. The old safe of Heistand, Warner A- Co., which passed through Uip b!g lire and has lain on the Bite of their old itore since, was buried the other day to get it out of tho way for the new ware hove- Some one killed a email pi^ last Sun day uigat and laid it on the doorstep ol George Hiokey's offloe on Steptoe ay tnue. As there win no notice posted we do not know whether it had any eig niflosnoe or not but George will prob ably lay it '" ''1H Wilyer Federation. O. C, Oorrell, a rancher living n few miles from this city, oanse to town the other da.y with a load of wheat ami traded it at the mill for flour. He traded the flour for groceries and hardware, and left the same in his wagon while he transacted some business...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1894

—!—_ a =—^-; -«y —■ ' ' "'•■■--' I—■ ■ ™— i•* .. Ktari ( I California State Analyst. | Royal Baking Powder is Superior f ! to al! in Purity and Strength. \ ; i " For purity and care in preparation the Royal k < Baking Powder equals any in the market, and .t our test shows that it has greater leavening , power than any of which we have any knowledge." , 7 < ' Prof. Chemistry, University of California, 'jj ' Analyst California State Board of Health, etc., etc. | j No careful housekeeper can afford to « ; use any baking powder but Royal. \ : |i £ »'<£ '^ *'•";;*'•!*-T:* I *'I »'•£ '•'": '■* -2 *-I* •- '■* v:'•'■'■-' I;*'•?: **S *•'•!<•'•'!*'•'! *'-S *'-S <•'•'!'.^ A LAiV htiLLEFt. Mighty r.i'i'i ■>' Oihln, i im (1 as good ffin be, But I koep i -liin Tliut i ln- river*! oome tome. I.il;c thn weather sunny. When tin- beos arc nil alive; Wiaht they'd bring their houey To me an Dot thu hive. Iluntcr'a horn a*tootln, Powdor on i Bhelf, Like to go a-Bhool IT the gun would l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1894

THE VANDERBILTS Skeleton in the Family Closet Makes Its Appearance. ERRATIC CONDUCT OF W. K. i salrt Hurt *lie '•'"rI"or Southern " Beauty H»« Begun H" Action f.ir I>l orce From William K. Vmidorlillt— C Bit (iirt to Nellie Neintretter. 1 Sew VobK, September I—The state ment in a morning paper that Mrs. W. X vanderbilt was about to begin separa lion proceedings has not, it is alleged, jreated surprise in circles where the re lations o£ the pair have been known. That they have not lived harmoniously lor the past two years has been the goa jinof fashionable circles for some time. The crisis in their atl'airs, according to the Commercial Advertiser of to-day, '' rea ched immediately after the run nine of the Grand l'rix de Paris June 17 of this year. The paper further saye : "Mr. Vanderbilt won 40,000 francs on the race , and almost immediately after receiving his winnings he was introduced toa woman well known for her beauty •nd numerous followingamong the lights in swelldom. This ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 September 1894

To* Business Sit nation. Butinaw condition* during the la*t we. k have ooitinuod to imorov*. Bank clearings have been larger tba» they were last week; and they show a gain of about 20 per oent over the low ro'ume of paymenta through clearing housea durinj the corresponding week last year. Railroad earnings hare al*o increased « little; and while totnl earnings compare unfavorably with 'hoeeof August, 1892, the U nnage of a few roads i* reported to be »yen larger than it was then. A little lingering uncertainty about the tariff law has caused continued ueei tanov in some departments of trade. The more hopeful sentiment that has sprung up has been reflected in a further general advance in values on the Btook Exchanges, a widening call for commer cial loans, nnd an improvement iv de mand for nearly all lines of manufac tured gords. The latter has betn es pecially notable in the boot and shoe and dry goods trades. Merchandise ex ports during Auguit have fallen 81,477, --000 below the to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1894

%\t Inllwatr flefaljfc VOL, NO. 47. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the ■Past Week. lovements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Harry Chevalier started out on his ibeel for a little ride last Wednesday fttning, but at about ten o'clock he Miked home again. Harry usually rides hiu wheel out of town without dif ficulty, hut somehow he hae never been ibleto ride it in again. How it happened nil probably never be known, but Har irsavs "the handle bar broke, and bo of 'coune I had to pack the machine home." Ibis is the third smash-up of this ill- Isted wheel, and it will doubtless now be put in a glass case and preserved, a relic of past greatness. —Ira Allen, of the Herald, left yes taday morning for Dawson, N. Dak., on i well earned vacation, and will put in the next few weeks slaughtering ducks, geese and prairie chickens. Ira ia a good ihot, and game stands, a fair Bhow of being exterminated. Travel between Pullman and Palouse will be light dv« ring bis absenc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1894

THE HERALD. \ui i ..i.i. ALI.KN, PnblUhcr. PULLMAN OKBOOM ITKMH. The delinquent tax roll of Marion county fools up (26,600.77. At Coos Bay thechinook run of salmon in late patting in an appearance this year. 1 ishennen up to the present have been making very poor catches. There li ■ prospect of a settlement <>f the fend between the Benton and Lin cuiii County Courts over the disposition of tux an.l Vi-iim.i apportionment mon eys. An arbitration arrangement if about agreed upon. The Southern Pacific Company haa entered suit against those who are con testing Its claim to lOOfeetof right oJ way through their landa in the northern part of Medfordand farther north, and die case will come np for trial at the nej ' term of court. The Mate Normal School ai Mon moutli reportu that out of the forty-six j members ol the graduating class ol 1898 all but one were employed aa teachers during the last year. 01 its 217 gradu ates, exclusive ol this year's class of fifty-one members, 104 arc r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1894

lbs. Northap s Lodger B 7 AUGUSTA LAEKED. Ate ,tT did see Margery take to any l? jsshe has to you," said the proud r*Lr "I hope ou eot good news. f£ fr on> your brother." %v 1 did not hear irom him today. ii.ia lip at Tameraek camp, in the North 2joa& and several miles from a pust- f *lirues3 he don't know how hard you ■jt uuil how late you sit up nights, v«n»re looking real [.ale and worn, as 1 I. to Northup; for you know, miss. : I3L can't live together in the same JJ,fiku sticks and stones. They have L ami hearts, too, 1 hope." Visa March received this suggestive sttle dig from her landlady wit becoin _» meekness. »You are mistaken, Mrs. Northup. I T ery strong and enduring. I have jfays been the healthy one of our fain- ui<l there is no danger of my break ijdown. it is my brother Willard who Jdelicate. His chest is weak and ho is .neat student. It is his desire to be a Ijolugist, and with such a turn as he hius Jortiittural science it would be a shame brhiin to waste h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1894

The Herald, WIFOID ALLEN, Editor aud Pueushcr , otmci i/. CITY •'■'''• ' rutilieW every Friday . . Jag, at Pull in m, Whitiwui enmity. Waahlnnton, All AilTurtiMimMits will 1,« contlnood anil ohargwl for nntil onlored OUt. •raiMS OF BOBSCHUTIOHs O>KYKt.» 'f!l(! 81 \ MONTHS liM,', '■"" ■|-, II: ; ., pnblican state convention will hold fi i Freight and ; aesenger rates on ferent i iii n nd lines of the ooun ;■ \ are I ';. ; uppli a iii tbe Palouse country? A glance at the well-laden is will convince yon thai there is. \\,ii! bii breeding th( Americun horse in fact bringing tbe rec ord down to the two-minute mark, whioh Will doubtl ss I"- reached before tbe end i >f another season. \ i [ month will be politically warm, and your vote «ill be eagerly * to the exti 1.1 of oigars, etc When it comes to voting, however, ex your judgment, and follew the dictates of your oonsoiei 0« While the newspapers have been tall it g inanv <>t the farmers havi b Travelers in the Palouee conn t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1894

Neighborly Mention. MOSCOW MATTERS. From the Mirr.r, 7th but. Mrs. Thoe. Tieroey, of Thorn Creek, died of beart disease at her home last Wednesday. On th«> morning before jjer demise she complained of pains in the bead BI) breast, but coulinued to do her house work until n few boon b« fore her deith. Mr, nnd Dire, Tierney were married only last winter and the blow is a Bevere me to Mr. Tierney. A f«ir prospect is in Eight for n Sep (PinliT base ball season. Arrangements are being made for a series with Port SUeriiinn and Moscow teama to be played jn Spokane. About the last of tbe month the Boatoo'sand Detroit's, oham piont of the [oternational leagae will visit tiiiH seel lon of ihe country on their stern lour. On Tuesday orening list a Dumber of the members of tlie Good Templar lodge of this city vi«iled the Pnllma lodge and Rave the members a surprise, Tbe nuitv of visitors oonsieted of Mi- ■■ CHar» Bidsoui, Mills, Bannie Woi thing ton, Keeder and Bishop; Messrs. Harry. Alvin a...

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