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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1894

I Be on your Guard. 1 If some grocers urge another baking <£j powder upon you in place of the" Royal," it is because of the greater profit upon it. & This of itself is evidence of the supe @ riority of the " Royal." To give greater profit the other must be a lower cost powder, and to cost less it must be made !|> with cheaper and inferior materials, and thus, though selling for the same, give i® less value to the consumer. To insure the finest cake, the most 'IP wholesome food, be sure that no substi <s tute for Royal Baking Powder is accepted !| by you. 1 Nothing can be substituted for the Royal Baking Powder 1 and give as good results. MAKE YOUR OWN SNOW. ItiOnrlnai Pornwtlon In the inn l!»y» of M >l 111 > Mill. Two solid bodies, one yellow, sulphur, the other black, carbon, unltouudercer tain circumstances to form a colorless liquid oalled aulphide of carbon, which must be handled with inucu precaution .hi Hoconnt of its great explosive prop- ] erty. The solubl...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1894

ORIENTAL NEWS. ■ jjo Battle Occurs Recently Be tween .lai»s and Chinese. JAPS HOLD ALL THE PASSES. II Hong t'l""'K. Viceroy of Chins, Or ders the 3f üblllxutlon oftita GIUII6M liMti In the Guir of PI Chi l.i-The , opinion of a Corean. London, August —The Central News is authority for the statement that officials of the Japanese legation here deny that there has been an engagement recently either on land or on sea be tween the forces of Japan and China. Officials declare also that the dispatch to the Standard from Berlin, referring to Count Ito's remarks concerning the interests of Japan and Hussia in the completion of the Siberian railway, was the invention of the Chinese embassy in the German capital. Neither the foreign ollice nor the Chinese legation has received any news of the battles mentioned by the Times correspondent this morning. At the legation the offi cials cay that General Yen, who form erly commanded at Asan, has joined his force of 2,000 nien to the Chinese north ern...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 September 1894

M ii»liiiiiMon State Fair. North Yakima. B»ptemb«r 12. 1894. Mr. H. A Hum* returned on Wednes day Morning from his trip in the in terest of the state fair, llurirg his abennce he visited Portland, Tacnnaa and Seattle, the upper Sound country and British Columbia. He is very well satisfied with the results of the trip, and Barn that the interest in th<- state fair is surprising, oensidering the inangre advertising it has received and theoonnter attractian of tho Inter- ■tate fair. In Portland the boraemen are great! interested in the race meeting, and tlie same is true of tli« bicrclistß. Ar rang»mentH were also made for many industrial exhibits by private flrms, and what with the fine norses trooi Portland Btablee, the ninny wheelmen who will be present, the displays of Oregon woolen poods, igrienltural pro doott, machinery, etc., Portland will be represnted at the fair as becomes a city soon to become ho intimately connected wilh ub by the uew rnilnad. In Seattle the committee a...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1894

fpje IhiUnron Ecfdk VOL, 6. NO. 48. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of oar Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. \y Q, Emery passed through this city today over the Northern Pacific on his way to Pullman, where he joins his family. Mr. Emery is an experienced eeal hunter and has been absent for the past year in the sealing field. He left Astoria In December, 1893, in a Bealing idiooner for ttie coast of Ja^an and has been out every Bince, la lding at Vic toria but v few days ago. Mr. Emery is a fluent talker, and being an old Beal hunter, is well versed in all the methods of taking that animal. He reports the seal catch of last year as about an aver age, or about 1,200 seal to a schooner. Mr. Emery will make his home in Pull man this fall.—Sun. —0. A. I'errin and Mrs. Olive Liml ley were married by Rev. P. J. Mur phy at his residence in Moscow last Saturday evening. After the ceremony the happy couple came to Pullman where they were tendered a re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1894

THE HERALD. 1V11.1411M1 ALI.IN. ruhtiatu-r. PULLMAN W \>lL NO NEKD OF A VKSSKI.. Time for HBW»tl to KatHhliaii Her Stand- Ing Among N»tloiiH. Han Francisco, September 10. —Rear- Admiral Beardslee, who has recently suc ceeded to command of the Pacific station, expects to remain in California for two months until his flagship, the Philadel phia, is again reaily for sea. "There pairs on the Philadelphia will take fully two months," he said. Concerning the possible need of a cruiser's presence at Honolulu during the approaching elec tion be said the commander of the Charleston, which has probably arrived at Honolulu by this time, can use his own discretion as to whether lie had better remain there or proceed direct to Yokohama. " Without speaking offici ally," he continued, "it may he the policy of the government to deem the presence of a war vessel at Honolulu an indication that it is a necessity. If it is not a necessity, there could be no reason why it should be there. I should sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1894

Mrs. Nortlmp's Lodger By AUGUSTA LASNBIX Edith's whole body was trembling from fright and exertion. Her legs felt too weak to give her support, and she -tumbled along, panting breathlessly, ontil she reached the lower part of the Iflne, within sound of the laughter and jhou'ts of the players on the tennis court r t | lo wall. She took off her hat auii waved it, but they did not see her. She cried ont faintly, but her voice seemed muffled and lost in her throat. "Oh, come, come! Help! There is a woman dying up in the woods! Come fln i c k, or it will be too late!" Young Harold Ashley had just sent his ball out of bounds, and was search ing for it near the low boundary wall when he saw this apparition of a young dil, her face pale as ashes, with gnat, wide, frightened eyes and parted lips, her hair, which the tree boughs had torn loose from its fastenings as she pam 1 nnder them with the insensible woman in her arms, floating in a dark cloud down her back. Harry leaped over the wall, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1894

Tlie Herald, WLFO4D ALLEN. £diwr mo Pubushck OFFICIAL (IIY l-AI'KR. PabUahad evetj Friday pvening, at Poll nun, Wliitnmn aoaatTi \Vn-liim£Um. All Idiaillaswantl "ill ba continued and ohaifed for until oidand nm. mj OK SI USCKMTION: ONKYE..K *?.OO BIX HONTBSOMLX '-00 Collkok will open next Wednesday under most auspicious circumstances. Tbe faculty is complete, well organized and harmonious, and the institution is batter equipped for work than ever. The magnificent new college hall will also be ready for occupancy before many weeks. (leo. HaBZABD has withdrawn from the race fur congressional honors, at the bands of the democrats, in favor of James Hamilton Lewis. The two are playing the parts of clowns in the great three ring about now in progress. Well, have your fun while you can, boyfi; after election you'll have yonr periodical at tack of "out (if politics." Ai.i. secret organizations have then sifiiiN of recognition, danger, warning ami salutation, and aiooethegreat strike some e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1894

Xelrl"111' Mmtlon. MOSCOW MATTEUS. Mlt h.Mirr.r, 14th In.t. ■p, e ,wning in front of th» Commer. •tlbsnk WBB burned Tuesday by a * , r ette gtab being tbrown onto it 2J, i window above. The wood-work BbgbtlT BCorched 'erry boat on the "eW road be Onias Prairie and Juliaetta was Lched a '«» days ago with a great j»l of P« mP' fnl as much as though hß( j been an ocean steamer. The ,*nt means a great deal to Juliaetta. W 0. Cocbran had 15 acres of staud . • wheat destroyed by fire set by sparks a fr»igbt locomotive last Tuesday. The destruction of several large fields of »i»in was averted by very hard work on tk# part of seven or eight men working (i, r Q.I. Martin. By tbe use of wet Mm Bnc ks tbe fire was extinguish. OAKESDALE OFFEKINGB. [»o the Bnn, 14th in»t. Ed Thompson, an engineer, while lubbittioß a journal box ou rt traction togine Wednesday nt the machine «ho| s uetwitfc a painful accident. When be poured tbe heated babbitt metal into the bout oame in contact witb some water «...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1894

I 1 C^ TN all receipts for cooking $ 3) -L requiring a leavening agent l*r I tl.o ROYAL BAKING I | POWDER, because it is an § £ absolutely pure cream of tartar % g powder and of 33 per cent. vi; ** greater leavening strength than g & other powders, will give the y g, best results. It will make the k ffood lighter, sweeter, of finer £j frt flavor and more wholesome. fif jr 1 S? ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. gg PRACTICAL WORK. Two \\ iimi-ii Wlio lluve Made IneeaHMi of Undertaking* Conducted by Tuenwelvei. A great lot of cunt is talked these days about oponing new channels of employ ment to women. Fifty years ago their possibilities in business careers were really hampered. But under the present order of things any woman with pluck a.id cleverness can hold her own beside the best man in the country. For example, witness the liberal in come earned by a lady in California through commercial gardening, while another makes quito as much money in New Jersey running a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1894

OGE PROJECT. nptrations to bo Resumed on fGE PROJECT. m to Iks Resumed on s Panama Canal. I?; ■ " riOER A NEW MANAGEMENT. T ill^ a.,.l American Capitalists Bava "^.n '"■isr |>r->mri"B the Way "iir ! the Last F"w Months and Are lit Ji-Hrly lU»<ly to Begin Work. I {«»• York. September After a sus son : of nearly five years work is to turned on the colossal Panama ca °*j ject some time next month. ?, wll and American capitalists have La quietly preparing the way during Lj M t few months, and now are nearly *\, vto begin operations. One of the Jjnecessities was the passage of a law ganpting the property of the canal up eeizure by its creditors. This being Acted, as soon as the afi9ets of the old jucern'are transferred to a new corpo ,tion all "ill be smooth sailing so far uthe management is concerned. The limit of the time that stockholders and idholders of the defunct concern have iprotest against the creation of a new I ', panv and the completion of the work I'ill expire in a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 September 1894

At the Interstate K«ir. Hero are a few of tbe almost count !«.- notabl" things to be seen in a days j. nrnev through the Northwest Inter state lair at Taeonia. One of Bierdatadt'e Rreatest lauds- OtpM. A onke of §oap weighing a ton. A 40 foot Indian war c»noe. Jonas Stanup's famous war oanoe. An Esqnimeau kyak. A minature Chinese josh bouse. Washington marble and stone work. A prove of growing bop vines. A spruce log, 0 feat iv diamet2r. A model Oregon fruit dryer. A lira soa lion. A scenic, gravity railway, 1 4 mile long. 1000 stuffed native birds A booth made of newspaper ma trices. A giiost dance in the Indian yillat;e, Hlack swan on the hike. The largest oxen in the world. Troops of trained dogs and binis. A beautiful naphtha launch manu factured in Tucoma. A table containing 10,30(1 pieces and ]. r > different varieties of wood. An immensely valuable collection of pictures by old Italia i maßters. Representative work from all the art societies in the Northwest. Indian wutnea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1894

fpjr itoUnurw Etffalit 4 (^"^~~- "*'^ )M \\ \ EOL, 6. NO. 49. sal happenings. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. jovenients of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —H. A.Russell, horticultural commis !iouer for Idaho, is in town today. Mr. gussell is waging war on the fruit peats in hie district, and is today issuing order to two or three Whitman county fruit growers not to sell affected fruit in Id»ho. He found in Moscow, several boxes of pears which were h»dly af lected with the San Jose scale, and it is to keep this from spreading that he in now exerting himself. Mr. B, says that immediat* action must be taken by the proper authorities of this state to kill out the ecale, and that he is determined to keep it from gaining a foot-hold in his district. He reports one orchard near I,ewiston as rbout the only affected ene in his jurisdiction. —Fire broke out in the steam laundry building lapt Wednesday afternoon, and Itirred things up for a little while. \V. B. Blatchley an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1894

THE HERALD. WII.FORI> UUXi PaMlAar. rvruMAS wash. VAUIOUS INIHAN AGENCIES. Hioui Hie Largest Tribe mid O»»g<- tIM Rloheit. San Fkancikco, September 17. —C. C. Duncan, one of the five United States Indian inspectors appointed to travel and investigate the various Indian agen cies, iB in this city. Inspector Duncan has just returned from Kound Valley, where 6,000 acres of land have been ap .portioned to 500 Indians. He says the moßt of the reservation has little value, being composed largely of hills. Borne of it has been sold at a low price. The business of the agency is pretty well closed, the Indians having been put in a nearly leU-Bapporting condition. In spector Duncan has been visiting ■ great many agencies on this Coast and elße where lately. He says that last year the Statistics of the Indians showed that they had increased instead of decreased for the Brst time in twenty years. He added: , "The reason is that they are relying on themselves. The Sionx constitute the larg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1894

Irs. Northop's Lodger By AUGUSTA LASTED. : ere was no more writing possible I for Edith that day. She sat and dreamed \ IJ°_ an hour with Fanny Ashley's per taned note in her hand, while the t»UoW jacket plastered his clay house the beam over her head. Her own riftory was to° absorbing to allow her to 11/o on weaving fictitious webs. Soine '*uiin;? so new an( delightful had come * intob'er life she felt obliged to give her § •elf up to tlie luxury of her sensations. Then she awoke to the fact that she, had no clothes wherein to appear before fash ionable people. Her old garments seemed to rise up and shame her. She had torn ter only possible gown the day she brought Celostina Rivers through the brambles, and it seemed out of the power of thread and needle to darn that "trap door" in the skirt so as to remove the reproach. But she bad promised to go on the yachting party, and her heart beat quick aud fast at the thought. The writing table was pushed against the wall, and the remainde...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1894

WIFOID ALLEN, Cditoh ahd Publisher] otficial am I'lVEIt. Pahllnhad e»pry Kriilnv orcning, at Pull-1 m in, V. hidnnn coimty, Washington. A'l AdviTti^'-iitctita -.11 be coutinuecl «nl ehafged for nutil otdwrad oat. TEIIMS Hl' hUIWCHiri'ION: OMJWU.H 92.00 HIV JIOMTHSONIiX LOO , -ant room ill tbc nilory, nnd that will I" l>,i yon kbow ibe flrsi step towardi Inin'.;>' f-; back long abseol proaperit] ! \ republicans in offioe. Tnr.HE ii bul one way to ovurcotne the bad effeots of democratic legislation, ai 'I lb.it is to put republicans iv offioe this fall. luriti. wil! !»• an elegant contest in New York politics Hjih full. The battle r.iv.M will be between Morton nnd Hill for governor. Populist newspapers seem to be uf feoted with the t-num Hlh as u'her news paper flesh. The Ooltax Advooate threatens to suspend if its delinquents don't oome forward with th» necoessary. Its editor and reporter have left it for own- [irouilsing fields of lalior. (li."Y:.i kin h;ibi been found in Oreg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1894

Helfhberli Mention. MOSCOW MATTERS. ftum th» BUr, 21.t inst. j"jre oatohing from n detective Hue in Cbßß. Bower's house brought oat the department at 8 o'slook Tuesday oven inf?. i, was extinguished with little trouble, but broke out again at 5 o'clock the next morning Bnd praotioally de stroyed the bouse. The furnimro was saved. Tbe university opened yesterday with an enrollment of 80. Sluduiils are oom ing in on every train, and ibe registra tion will donbtleM show 125 present Monday morning, when the recitations commence. The increase in attendance from the northern and Bouthern counties is noticeable. John Smith, residing in tho north western ieotion of town, was on Wed nesday adjudged insane and taken to fjensvlum r.t Ulackfoot. He has been showing undoubted signs or mental d< mogetnenl for some time and his tamih lhed in fen! of their lives, but were afraid to complain for fear that, he might Lot bi declared insane and would then gxecuie his threat to murder them, On Tuesda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1894

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1894

T HE DEBS CASE. [witnesses Give Evidence in I Regard to Violence. » — ■ |EBS URGED THE BOYCOTT. IV j,,,,.i,,ri-il Ue Would Kather See JttLt Auierl.nn Kallway Union Oo to \vrcrfc |„ 8o Klgliteolis ■ ;»ul»> Than T to Drag Along U.elessly. I Chicago. September 15.—The govern ment attorneys in the Ilebs ease, to-day ked that President Debs and the other uendants be called upon to testify, •be defense objected. Judge Woods al ied oW the matter to pass without ruling. Jueph Elbers, night clerk at the Leland Hotel, testilied he had delivered numer -0 telegrams to Debs, and the latter ■ad them in his presence. Walter Rice, ,reporter, who as delegate from a local jion was present at the American Kail fl y Union convention, told of scenes Jnring the consideration of the Pullman iirike. Witness said Deba made a fiery eech, urging the boycott anil declaring ■would rather see the American Ita.il «Union go to wreck in so righteous a jgetlian to drag along uselessly, Ilow i Hire said, opposed o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1894

The Huslnesii Sliautlc.ii. All tbe features of improvement in general trade reported a week ago are retain*!. iiihl from a nuiubor of tb» more important baalsee* a Dt«M still farther gains are reiiorted. Transact ions in wool al Boston bave been verj beavv, one eala amounting to 1,300,000 pounds. It is added tbat Mveral new and to Amejioan vi innfaotorera hitherto unfamiliar varieties of foreign woola are being pnrahaaed witb a view to cxpeii menting. a- various Northwi oenteri oolder weatuer has stimulated ■alw in dry goods, clothing and Wi olen drew gooda ara 00l >old aa aot iv.-lv at in previous n.-i'ks jobbe carrying aupplies beyond what tbe pub Uo are likely to take before January 1 Eooonragemeat is gained from improved demand for money at Savannah, Augnetii and New Orleans, due to in creasing receipts of cotton and de mands for advances on the crop. At Chicago money is also more active, and lame bankerß have withdrawn from th« agreement to pay only 1£ per cent on balances o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1894

fpje ffotliman fbMil VOL. 6. NO. :><>. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. 'jflie young men of the city are or ganizing the Fortnightly dancing dub, the fint party of which will be given next Friday evening, in Odd Fellow's hall. The club will be an invitation af toir, and the members will lie taxed only for the expenses of each nieetiug. (iood music will be furnished, and of course the dunce will be very enjoyable. —A. 11. < iayhml, late of Kiparia, has been appointed agent of the Union Pa cific at this point. Mr. Thompson, who liti been acting agent since E. 0. Huff man left, will continue in the depot as freight agent. Mr. Gaylord's family has come from Kiparia, and is now dom iciled in the Lilley residence. —A social party was piven at the res idence of Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Cole last evening and a very pleasant time was had by thoße present, who were, besides tlie host and hostess, Mr. and Mr...

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