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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1894

THE HERALD. WII.FDKI) ALIUN. ruhlUher. I'ULLMAN WASH. _ , . _ . THAT SAVAL IJATTI.K. The KnK]iK«MiHMit nt the Mouth of the Vulu lilvi-r. London, September 24.—United States Cralier Chicago sailed this afternoon for Havre, where she will be docked. She will return to Gravesend in ten days to take coal. Just before the Chicago mlled a reporter went on board of her and ob tained an interview with Captuin Malian, her oommandar, on the recent naval bat tle between the JapaneM and Chinese fleetH. Captain Mahan said: "The great thing with a fleet of war Tepsels with a lot of transport ins charge is to prevent surprise and embarrass ment. In this case thero was a surprise, and this fact to my mind ■applies a prominent lesson. It is necessary in at tempting to convoy transports that the convoying fleet should be decisively su perior to that of the enemy. lam in clined to think that the Chinese Admiral formed his tleet so close in shore because he was obliged to do bo. If he had gone out to m...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1894

Ik Northop's Lodger By AUGUSTA LAENED. Fanny walked reluctantly to the door. "I don't understand it and 1 can't, but I know one thing: Harold will be awful ly vexed with me, for he will think 1 jive blundered." Edith stood pale and lileiii. *nd her visitor open el the door ,nd shut it again slowly, and then she heard her go down the stairs. She wrote no more that day, b-it sat reflecting a long time on the curious fact that she had got into the best society of Little field without effort on her part, and had nuimnarily dismissed herself from it by practically turning Miss Ashley out of her room. He took her hand. In the deep, shadowy dusk Edith slip ped out and sped away to the Littlefield hospital, carrying with her the MS. vol ume of poems. Fortunately Celestina was now awake, sitting up in bed, prop ped by pillows, her long thin face framed in the yellow gray curls, and strong enough to receive her rescuer. She greet ed Edith witli touching gratitude, and held her warm young hand...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1894

Xhie Heretld, w LFOW 4Uen. Editor aho Pubushch omciAL vrrr PAPER. rnl.lli.hed »T«r.y Kri.lay evening! »t Pull ■m*n, Wliitnmn eomntv, W«»hin«loo, All AilTerlisonionM will b« coutlno«l anil .Imru.-l tor ont.il f»rtlerod out. TKRMB OP HUBaCIUPTIONi <O\ X XKi. « WOO Si\ MONTHS ONLY l-°° II w i: vim registered. Xi i.i--i i:\tiiiN books will close Orluli.'r L6lh; don't disfrancblss yourself. lr thBM tunes of liriuncial distress are pleasant, and yon iriafa them continued, don't voto the repobliean ticket Tin: administration of. tho sheriff 1 office by John Latbrora lias been one of iH.mv and ability. He, has given nnivo'sal Batisfaotion, «ikl is praised by nil. ivgurdleFß of political faith. Tin: PaloaM Republican man most linvH been wearing a populist hat last week to judge from the hair-brained tale be spun on the (ilovsteiu affair. What's ibe matter with yon, Harris? Tin: book! for tbe registration of are dow opan, but tbey will not remain so long. If you are not regis tered liv tbe...

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

ftfirkk«rl7 MtnU»T ;r==rr: COLFAX CHATTER. % ' [n , thet)»7»ii-. lath alt. . Sheriff l.ithrum returned Tbarsda] from Pendleton, Oregon, where be linci b»en after Mike Lewis, ulia* IfionM Shay, charged with taking I boggy anc teutn from Unuinun Bros, at Oakaadaic anci not rot iruing them. Mr. Lathrano was obliged id return withoal his man. the Oregon courts having him iv cus tody on il übarge of horse stealing. Ad attempt to locate Brannan JJroe. team v hb without success wuile the sberili was in Penuletou. but on Thursday v message was received that the team had been found. The Maneh'eUlClark lieu land trouble which kept busy the justice courts last 1 spring, and mliloil something to the peoples' tan-*, baa t.ikc-n a uew lease of life and from present indications may yet end in bloodshed and a capital trial. Ihe last scene iv libe Berio-ootulo dram . no far gi?#n w«« on Mouduy afternoon before Justice Dillon, when Mrs. George Mansfield wan bound to the anperi or court for I rial OQ ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1894

I I 1 TI IE Royal Baking Powder, be- i sides rendering the food more : palatable and wholesome, is, because i of its higher leavening power, the : most economical. : The United States Government, after elaborate ; tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of ', greater leavening atrength than any other. — Bulletin ij, 11. S. A;j. Dep., p. 599 --i| ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST.. NEW-YORK. • "(HE EXPECTATION OF LIFE. Mortality ISmlcm it* AftVcleil by (Jin Various Occupation*. Ufa ii lunnce experts and those Interest ed in mortftllty »tati«tlca gcnerallj employ i,, theit bui ■ explanatory term known h "the expectation of life." Under this beading c\p. i I ! irnlshed vul oable tables, by means of which thep oba btlltj if the duration of different lives la i to a practically accurate basis— a ba rendered doubly reliable bj reason ol tin'fact ili.it the results are based upon many independenl sets of observat Lons o!> taioed from widely different sources. Tho similarity of t...

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

Serve of gold /fantiines Steadily to Increase in the Treasury Vaults. IwyORKl w yORK CUSTOMS RECEIPTS TweuJr u»y« of Thl> Month Th«J r '"iow »n I»« reage <>f Ne"r'Jr Three »Lmlon I>oll»r»-Othor Happeoingi I' ,ttb« National Capital. •rt»WOTON, September 24.—At the j^,, of business to-day the net cash in tTlreasiiry Department was !f125,7«3. - wliicli represented the jj reserve. The gold reserve passed Jitter million mark, and reached the "°w point since July 28, when it Jin to dwindle to the lowest point in Shistoryof the department, f.2,000,- I treasury Btatement issued to-day ixis that the custom receipts at the , York custom-house for the first i.ntv ilavs of this month have been ?4117«7,nuBinst $4,862,052 for the first wrntv Jays of last month, and $. r,,,W,- H for the tirnt. twenty days of Septem w 1893 Not one dollar in gold coin or rid certificates was received at the New iVnrk custom-house during the first twnty days of September. OBDEHS TO COMMON CAESIUM. The Int...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1894

WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. Bp*cial Oornnpoi deneo. Wakhinoton, B»pt. 28, 1894. At every round-up of the information l*oeiT*d by Chairman Bnboook, cf the republican ooDgreaaional oampaigo oom mittee, the indioationi p< ml to a larger republican majority in the next bonne. According to tbe latest returns made by Ohi irman Baboock the nex', house will be composed ol 200 repnblioana, 117 democrats nrul 9 p<jpulial . aod -': of tv» stuto delegations will be oontrolled by republicans. These B [urea are oonsidered by those who are imilinr with the in formation upon which they are based to to li-< very oonaeryative, only thoae dis tricts being pul down in th- republican column whiob appear to be reasonably certain to r" repnblicun. For instancn, the repablioans only olai eleven mem bers from tllinoia, where ninny well formed persons believe they will elect a larger number, and where the democrat ic committee, in n published •stimate, concedes the election of thirteen repub licans. It is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1894

* ■ 1 VOL. 6. NO. 51. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —J. W. Armstrong, Missionary of the American Sunday School Onion, made a call at thisofflce Wednesday. He has been organizing Bunday Bchoola In the northern portion ol Whitman county during the summer months, and is now visiting hi» schools and workers in the south portion of the eount\. prior to :-••>- Ing to Walla Walla country, where be will spend the winter months in the Sunday school interests, and will hold hie last religious services in Whitman county next Sunday at Penawawa. —That was a large and interested au dience that listened to Messrs. Ellsworth and Hargrave, of Oolfax, who expounded republican doctrine in the K. P. hall last Tuesday evening. Mr. Ellsworth spoke to considerable length on the sil ver and projection questions, while Mr. Hargrave showed up the economy of republican county officials, backing hie assertions with the reco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1894

THE HERALD. Wll CORD ALI.KN. fiihllnlnT. PULLMAN ro.VHT CUSTOMS DISTRICTS. TVlinl Annliitunt Secretary llun.llli H«jr« or lIU Vli.lt. Wamuitotoh, September 30. — Ae gistant Secretary Hamlin has returned iron; liis tour of the BUStomS districts on the Pacific Coast and a visit to the Prib yloff Islands. He states that the North western frontier is greatly in need of a more compreheniive police system. With the very limited number oi rev enue offloiall available for this duty it is •omparatively an easy matter to smug gle opium and Chinese into the country, ami no doubt many of the Chinese have been able to elnde the ofiicerH and are now safely within our borders. Ad ditional revenue cutteri and a number I <il steam launches, he said, should be provided. Two revenue cutters, he thinks, should be assigned to the duty i of patroling the Alaskan coast to pre vent smuggling and to enforce the law relating to salmon-fishing. It was a iinglur fact that many of the large can neries in Ala...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1894

| NOBLEMAN OF SPM By ALFRED BALCE «vmvrii:M«l. 1801, by American Press Aasoc!»- IV"*' ' tlon.l CHAPTER I. Tlie potty discmhttrkcd. Hearly due south from the city of New York there i* a long, narrow island on the northern coast of South America. On the bench at one side, which is dotted fejre and there by the remains of huge conch shells, the waters of the Caribbean iea lap softly: while faraway on its gen fly heaving surface you may be able to (e'e one of the long, narrow* dugouts which the peona of Indian blood now chop out of great trunks of trees even as did their ancestors—the fierce Caribs wo knew in Robinson Crusoe so many years jgo centuries back. These boats are usually from fifteen to twenty feet in length, of an average width of seventeen to twenty-four inches, rather thick in the wood, with round bottoms, and of each fine lines that two or three men with the curious heart, shaped blades to their paddles can drive thorn through the water at great speed. Them is a story con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1894

The I [erald.l W'.FOW ALLFN. tniTOII AND PUBUSHIR OFFICIAL <//! PAPER. I'd-'.inhwl nirj I ild*] STenlng, i.t I'uli min. Whitman oountji WmhiuKton. All AilviTtiw-mi-nU »ill tio routinned anil ehantad for until ordarad out. TCKMS OI i:s< Hl] nONi ONEVEj rt S2-O0 BIX MONTHS ONLY '■"" Th» men on 'he republican ticket are in,; professional politicians or perl idioal eandidales, but for tbe most part are men who have been schooled In hard •work on the farm. They are worthy of your snffrHge. ••I have just returned from the Agri cultural college nt Pullman, where 1 lefl mi brother Joseph, The .•■(■! I ih .-.11 tlmi is cluimi d !'<r it, and I was moon I with «II that 1 saw during niv stii\." Alex Wiuston, i:i Spokane Oui hit I n! . Thk repnblioaD poininees for the vari ous county i Ifloee are »ll mcii who will enter into their work with n vim when th cted, und they will not make a dollai of unnecessary expense to the oounlT, They are all men of business ability, uud will lop off tbe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1894

Neljnborlj Mention. OENESEE GET-UPS. . mm UK Ne«, sth Inst. ■ Albert, Malone, wbo lives oq v farm near town, while stopping in town last | , im luy, attempted to take his own life. | jj c wa9 almost successful, milking n deep ellt aml Darmwl missing ii" winclpipo aud a large vein. Several of tbesiuiill veil's were sev.-red nn.i he bled profusely, clotting the Wuund anil itoppi°B the How. Dr. Berk attended him. The patient is unable to Rive any explanation as to when, how and why be did it. Cbas. Spurbeck brought in a cample of bis oats which are indeed fine. They dood six and one-half feet high before barveslen and yielded him 60 bushels to the acre. He will have several bnndred bushels to Bell, which will lirniLr bim more money than the same miml er f acres of wheat. Him flax is yielding well, averaging 1C buHhe] per Horo of good qivility. The stock yards was the Bceim if an usual activity and the sir was Blled with gentlW '') lowing of hundreds (if oatlle Friday morning. Geueeee i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1894

The World's Fmr Tests showed no baking* powder so pure or so great in leav= en ing power as the Royal. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL r~ N6W-VORK. CUBDUING WILD BEASTS. Die Special Itiui corn of the Tamers of llom mill Tißrr*. Now and then, for no reason (hat any one can find, a lion or a tiger that has been doing his duty regularly and well grows suddenly rebellious. He will no longer balance on tho big ball, no lon ger stand nnprotestingly on the seesaw board, no longer ride the horso or jump j the hurdles. He oomes out instead with j a plain, pointed, leonine "no" for tho ' whole programme and proceeds to got Square with the game by tearing tho ! lifo Out Of some trainer or groom. Ap- ; parent ly his pride and hate and revi age are all stirred up together against all i surrounding conditions, and tho peoplo to whom he has in i n most obedient are the very ones be now desires most to kill. When tamers meet a violent death, it is often under one nf these unforeseen and inexplica...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1894

LATTER DAY SAINTS president 0 rover Cleveland Grants Them Pardon. jjIS PROCLAMATION IN FULL Clill Right! Are llo<tored to AH who H»ve Conipllert With the I'roihiiim tion of Kx-rre»<«lent llarrl«oii-Satl«- DedThiit PolJ guiny Ik Item pad Out. Wabhisotoh, September 29. —Through the Department of State to-day I'resi dent Cleveland made a proclamation of I imnesty and pardon to all persons who| b»ve been convicted of polygamy under the teachings of the Mormon Church. It is as follows: Whereas, Congress by a statute ap proved March 22, IHB2, and for statutes in furtherance and in amendment there of, defined the crimes of bigamy, polyg amy and unlawful cohabitation in the Territories and other places within the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States and prescribed a penalty for such crimes; and, Whereas, on or about October (i, 1890, the Church of the Latter Day Saints, commonly known as the Mormon j Church, through its President issued a I manifesto proclaiming that said churc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1894

WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. ■p*cUl Osusspwi • WAHBINOTON.'Oct. I. 1894. Tiie managers of ibe republican eon greeaional campaign would be glad to discover some etective may -to muzzle those wellmeaning, bat misguided mem bars of tbe party who insist upon try ing to introduce booms for their favoriU f,,r the next republican presidential nomination into ttie present campaign. Thin isn't a presidential campaign and the Introduction of n presidential boo:,, is a mistnke that '••■>»""< possibly do anybody any good aod it may do the party much harm. While everything points to the election of k republican 'majority in the nesl bouse and to a gain in the repnblioan membership in the senate ii ir-n.T. regarded by re| abli cans of good judgi menl as being bo much of a "cinch" that disturbing ele ments oan be intr<),ncKl into the cam puign with impunity. Every republi can Bhould recognize b« his Brsl and principal duty the ele< n of a repnb lican majority in tbe next, bouse. Thai is absol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1894

WsuZ JPHilWlcin- ■ JWFciIAJI VOL. 6. NO. 52. LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Happenings in Pullman During; the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Dell Burnham lias evidently solved the problem of farming In thi Palouee country. When asked by it newspaper man tliis week how no b "heat he calculated to raise next naion, he eaitl, "only what I need for home consumption." Not that he in going to discontinue raising wheat, but be expectß to lie al)le to use a "IK"1 ''(fll of it rij-'ht at home, and to thai end he liae established v home market. The "home market" consists of an immense herd of hogs, he now having 150 on band, and he confidently expects thai il will be increased to at least 700 before mother spring. Instead of raising 20 cent wheat he will turn many of Uis fields into bog pastures and what he jdoen raise will be mi rketed in the shape 'of pork, What a point for a pork pack- Ing establishment Pullman will bi when more of our farmers raise hogs on such a scale...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1894

THE HERALD. nil.lollll AI.I.KN. riil.ll»h.T. PULLMAN \\ \- 11. « AI.HOIiNI.VS IMiAXiK ( BOP. Till- -linn StiN-* In S»n l-'rftnclftco Will I'robnbly 111- Kcnpfll.ll . San Fiiaxcibco, October 18. —It is probable that the San Francisco auction for tln> sale of oranges will be reopened early in December in a manner similar to that of last year, with Mine changes in its general management. The Orange Exchanges of ltiverside, Po na, On tario, Etedlandi, Dnarte and l.os An geles will have a joint meeting of repre sentatives to-morrow, nt wliicli time the question of establishing a permanent i-an Franoisoo auction-house will be de cided. The men who probably will have the auction-house in charge are I). £, Allison and I rank Dalton and W. \V, Jones, the auctioneer who organized and conducted the auction establishment last year. The Orange Exchanges named are convinced that this method greatly facil itates the distribution of that fruit crop and saves money for the producer, ft does away ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1894

By ALTEED EALCE. h the meantime Francesco took pos -fLof a small house Btanding next Jthecuartel, and although he did not ■JLigct his military work in tho city— taoositively ref used to return to Sants Tncia nor does any effort seemtohavi [CTiDade to oblige him—he continued toset the necessary time to supervisi S^work of digging a tunnel between Sbouse, under the walls of the prison Sinto the cell in which Nechtla wai shut up. 'J'l'is was tih' more '■'">' '1S "" ' t oU se.s in Carthagena have cellars under 'them. It niu-t have been a tremendous iob however, to drive that hole through !u e ' mat blocks which formed the foundation walls of the prison and to nierce the thick floor of cemented Still, what will not love accomplish; This'work was as nothing compared tc the task Francesco had undertaken so Jightly. It would have been easier tc have torn down the very walls them selves than to have, obtained the oaptair general's consent to such a marriage. CHAPTER IV. Tneil found the wr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1894

The Herald, W iFOiO ALLEN, EoiTOH AHO PUBUSHIR OFFICIAL CITY PAVER. Pnlilfehnl every FriilKjr evening, «t Poll ni in, Whitman county. Wiuhington. AH lameati will l» oonltoned anil cli«rK«i fc>r until erdoad out. rEBMfI OJ BSCBIPTION' OXKYK/.K *-■"<» SIX MONTHS ONLX -0O M. Hull for BrpreißtaUre. It ia not in disparagement to the indidateafortbelegii Intnreon the that we give an ex r.i to Moses Bull, bul . , ; .... i believe ibat he i one ol ths besl qualified, and one whom tbe „ii of thin county ■ ■.■ submit liih name as tbe that abi uld n ceive i be '1 .\ of election. ■ . I, „ on tl ■■ ooasl b mind ripe in ix| erien ■■• ss varied wants of the diversified in egal training gii s him tho advantage of a di crimin jud| i. but, quick to detect flaws nperfections irj proposed legislation, and i lio self c i deni c to nr| ■ . : in] ' hal «lii''li is bad. A man may know what is good :,: i iul is bud when he Bees it, bul the ability to express himself thereon al tbe j. me and in tbe pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1894

Kelchb«rlT Motion. OENESEE OET-UP9. tiaa th* New., 12th ln»t. Ur. Molutyre, over Pot latch wav, t with another BecideDt this week, jj,;, time crushing his left hand in a tdtvebinß machine Dre. Conant and „ rHV w ero enmraoned and Found it s«:irv '" amputrte at il i wrist. Accidents if this kind are getting qniu numerous. Tbe honorable soaring J. W. Keid, of Lewiston, while returning borne from th# democratic bio" out al Moscow, was (brown out of his ono-bo ■ sbay and 'he landed on bis liead aud taoe, This occurred on tbe short steep hillside neai where Fred Smith and Mr. Zauel live on tbe reservation about six miles south. Dr Harvey was soon on the ucen of ac tion and applied restoratives. Mr. Ried ifiu nneoncioiis for everal hours. He ia »]l riffhi. "Ruin, but resembles n pagihot ni'iro than n disciplo of Blnok stone. Fudlon bad »tn£f, cli colonel? 'j'l,. last of tlie hhrvestiDg in beioc performed and a good bifj; crop ii otic? pore Rathered. I' Ihe rice won <kil_t advance to 35...

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