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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1894

A SIDE from the fact that the jfi cheap baking powders contain alum, which causes indigestion and J other serious ailments, their use is extravagant. It takes three pounds of the best of them to go as far as one pound !of the Royal Baking Powder, be cause they are deficient in leavening gas. There is both health and econ- J omy in the use of the Royal Baking J Powder. j J ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. t AN EXPLANATION. Ah.well I knov tbntJUßt beyond the gat* Uea the lon iide whore once 1 used to si lay. V,t cease, for fi ;?udshlp's aake, there urging words To 11i,i,l this year i old accustomed way. 1 am afraid •■! that i rei n hi dgeglrt walk, Tho Blkml .tin scon heil field, tho moist, llilll v. :, Ami then. ■ . ttlocornerbj the fallen tree, Oh* iii-t i lunuur "i the ocean floodl No memo]. Nt not her hannt the place. Vet, «i.i ■ I v. diaper, pit) anil forbear, "li» Li,., i 1 i.. ■ not faeo niy last yi ftr'a self. The hapi>; „'liwst that «ander» therel — Anne li...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1894

qEN. SCHOFIELD lie Treatment of Strikes From a Military View. ; WANTS THE ARMY INCREASED oditlon" So Change That an Increue H ttae Effective SHiMitli of tl«- Army !t 1« Denial"' ''1 — Particular lleference «ade to the l>eb« Strike. WjlgnlN r, i on, October 13.—Major-l len —lSchofleld has made to the Secretary ofVVsr liia report on the operations of tbe»""y during the past year. < ieneral fcholieM, who haa been at the head of (he »™y sini'e tlie <leatl' of Gener»J Sheridan, announced his retirement next e »r The report is principally devoted |d » discussion of the necessity for *Oigtbening the military arm of the Bvcrnment to cope with internal dis sert aa well 11S poSßib'e danger from without, particular reference being made to the Pel's strike. The report says : "Daring a large part of the year the mnvluis been employed in thesnppres itaof domestic violence which took the form in many cases of forcible resist .nee to the execution nf the laws of the I'niteil States and the...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1894

N«z Perce R«ieTT»tlo». The Xiewiston corresponJsßJit of the Spokane Keyiew gives the following in teresting information in regard if> the opening of the N*z Peroe reservation: > It is generally believed now Xliat the Ne» l'»roe reservation will not be thrown open in a way to cause a soramble and a test of prowess as was lh« Oklahoma dcmain. Private Bdvicea and public utterances indicate some other motia of procetlure. A sort of lottery scheme aeems to be under consideration in Wash ington city. Thi* plan was suggested by B. J. Monroe, of this city, who was receiver of the United States land oflice in this district when the flrst bill was iatrodnoed to open tbo reservation land to public entry. From the beginning the lottery plan received farorable notice fr. in the prt>es. Harper's Weekly early last summer noticed Mr. Monroe's rec ommen'liition, and Borne other eastern ],a| ers endorsed the adoption of any plan that would insure against the scenes and deeds so unbecoming 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. — 26 October 1894

fflje ftallmaiT fteMft VOL- 7* NO. 1. 'LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenlll?5 in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —The ballots for the Whitman county polling booths, 15,400 in number, were rolled up for distribution by the sheriff and his deputies yesterday. The ballot is a little larger than the one of 1892, containing an additional column. The populists have two of the three columns, one labeled "People's Party Ticket," containing the names of county populist nominees, and the other "Straight People's Party Ticket," containing the names of the populist state and con gressional nominees. —The local 1.0. <J. T. lodge has been giving a seriea of entertainments for and by its members, two sides having been chosen, the §ide being most successful in entertaining to win a supper from the losing contestants. Last Tuesday evening witnessed the closing of the tiret series of entertainments and the ■idecaptained by Miss Barbee will sup at the expens...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1894

Till-: HERAED. —_ . Jt-1— *■ -—' WII.KOKO AI.I.KN, PtlbllalMMr. PULLMAN WASH. MUItK MAIL AOTICKS. The Demand! of Japan Bad the Good OflloM <>f tii« United Statoa. BAD FBAHCWCO, October St. —Advices Imm Yokohama announce, the arrival there from the United States of Ye Hung ioo, Corean Minister to Washington, who is on liia return to Corea. They »Jho give some interesting details of that celebrated chapter in the correspondence between the United states and Japan, which culminated in the letter from Sec retary lireeh.im to I'niteil States Min ister Dunn, touching the Chinese atti tude toward Corca, which had been the ■iilijeH. of much comment in the United States. It will be remembered at the time that Japan was in military control of Seoul. Her demands were very ■weeping, being as follows: "A reorganisation of the duties and Mrvice of revenue officers of the various departments; the appointment oi a new Minister in charge of the commercial in lercourse and foreign relations ; t...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1894

JfplUN OF SPAIN. By ALFRED BALOE „ village or town they had taken J? collection of huts made of upright f*L thatched with paja. In the cen «a3 the laz:v of the temple, and in If. stood the temple itself, a large S« one story high, built like the tT' The open front showed the shape * log of wood which had been wor- Ked'as a god. already thrown down, Site before it lay the bodies of three or f~t priests slain in their attempt to de fnd the altar. Some blood red ilowers, "Lin* of the morning offering, were I Ottered about, and the coals of the sa *Z& fire yet showed spots of red. A t one Afo was the heap of gold ornaments torn lam the altar and the god carelessly ly- Z there, waiting until the rest of the tarty should be collected. Down the i jwet in which the battle had raged Spaniards were examining the bodies of Aedead and stripping off the gold. As the young soldier sat there ;i group of captives guarded by five or six sol diers attracted his attention. There were many women an...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1894

The Heretld, WLFOID ALLEN. Editor AHO PUDUSHIH oi'uri I/, VITY I'M'Ell. rnlilintied ..v,.ry Friilny .■veiling, «t Pull t,i,u. Whitman oonnty, WKshinijtou. Alt Ailvt'iiifonicntM will b* continued aad r)inrn«l for until ordwed out. IM-M> (" BUBSCItIPTIONi ON*EYEt.« *--°° S;\ MONTHS ONLY ' -°° Thkrb will !•• another loat Obarli* i;,.^s on Nii\("tnl>er tit h. i',,i: ecoi omy and purity in the eon rlnct of the county < fficet, vote the re pnblican tiekt t. Only one morn week and tlio agony \wll !•.• oTer, mi.l «c will know just what the republican trmjority in Whitman count •■ Ward Fabnsworth doea ao\ believe in v.lii rppndiation. Hib word jh good. Hia principal opponent for the office of noutjtv treasurer ii Mecklem, tlie man ■alji repudiates debts? Pullman's three candidates on tie republican ticket will get a goi <1 vote at borne. What better recommendation it there for a man than that those who know lam bent are supporting him? Tiik republican nominee for county surveyor,...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1894

Kelfhborlj Meutl.n. COLFAX CHATTER -^n the Oaiett«, 19th met. ()a Toesdav about eleven o'clock peo- I in the neighborhood of Chad wick, Follerton * Wvman'a law office were thrown into gr»at excitement by the announcement th.,t Mr. Wyman and Jo Thompson were engaged in a terrible fight upstairs. Help waa summoned nd the nieii separated, but not until M ch had received an ugly gash on the head The trouble arose over a con tract, which «as tak«n by Thompson to hnild 8 barn for Wvman. It was sup posed by Mr. W?m«n that the plans of ih-> building called for special work, and h« requested Thompson to complete the job. whereupon it was denied by Thompson that such provisions were in the specifications and one word led to an otber until the men became tnraged and went to fighting. Only the timely arrival of assistance possibly prevented the terrrin.4tion of the trouble more eeriously. Both are recovering from their injuries. A very sadden death occurred in Colfnx on Wednesday night, the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1894

IA Marvellous Showing. jw The I *. S. Government, through the Agri ,^ cultural Department, has been investigating :}^ the baking powders for the purpose of in- U>j forming the public which was the purest, $i most economical and wholesome. |V The published report shows the Royal J-- Baking Powder to be a pure, healthful iS preparation, absolutely free from alum or any ; adulterant, and that it is greatly stronger in js? leavei:ing power than any other brand. H* Jy? Consumers should not let this valuable *U »)[•: information, official and unprejudiced, go unheeded. Jh|! ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. £$J K.iilr.>.i.l Farm and the World's I'ittr. The World's fair m Chicago is not a private venture for private gain, but it great public undertaking for the public food. The states and the national gov ernment have contributed directly to this undertaking, and the railways must do their share toward its complete suc cess, both directly and indirectly. The purpose of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1894

9KOS4SK4SSS4SSSS $s£Ssfi3ss SSS2SSB2BS«2Si jfj | A Marvellous Showing. &> The U. S. Government, through the Agri ?& cultural Department, has been investigating ' :^j the baking powders for the purpose of in- \ l£j} forming the public which was the purest, $* most economical and wholesome. &£ The published report shows the Royal j «jTi Baking Powder to be a pure, healthful i 3? preparation, absolutely free from alum or any $ tyi adulterant, and that it is greatly stronger in &* j^s leavening power than any other brand. ffe M Consumers should not let this valuable gj ££; information, official and unprejudiced, go p§ :i-i unheeded. ££ *^* ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. 5^5 *i«-\*--'-A*'Vi"Wl'"'VrVk'"<VrV'' VV>' ituiv 'Wi 'VV 1"VV llvVV IV* YVV!'f i;"*-^- i^»>-■ J;-.3- J>»\s- -t-"^*- 'i.—^y ~L-"^y -i«»j^-<♦•>-•'-4♦•>>■»<**'je ■ Itallroitil i .him iiml I lie World'n litlr. The World's fair in Chicago is not a private, ventur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1894

ALASKA'S WANTS. Will Ask Congress to Make f Certain Changes. L SECURE THEIR PROPERTY I Are Badly Needed Which Will r"*t»t)ll»h Closer Relation* "etween I *»!k» ■""' the State*- They Want « fisnisaTON, October 6.—An attempt to be ma*l during the coming session jConeresa to enact legislation for the tier governing of Alaska. Persons Thave gone to that Territory and Lje investments are anxious to have JTwhieh will make secure property, Id which will also establish closer com- Lcial relations between the Territory Jthe United States. It has been sug -ted that one of the first steps toward Ssing Alaska into closer communica £« with the United States and making fire useful to the government would to reorganize the Territory as others « been organized and send a delegate »ConKrees to represent it, who will It out the needs of the people to the Sslators. This idea is com batted by toe who claim that at present there rljjonch white people there to consti -1 a representative government, and L...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1894

j^ASKA'S WANTS. gu e Will Ask Congress to Make Certain Changes. £ SECURE THEIR PROPERTY Are Badly Needed Which Will vb Ugh closer Ilel»tlonn Met ween „.„!,„ and the State*—They Want a { Delegate In CongreH. f^iHIHOTON, October 6.—An attempt ' to be made during the coming session \ Congress to enact legislation for the bettor governing of Alaska. Persons w bo have gone to that Territory and .^de investments are anxious to have MB which will make secure property, -ad which will also establish closer com •ercial relations between the Territory f& the United States. It has been sug *ted that one of the first steps toward wnzing Alaska into closer communica ton with the United States and making amore useful to the government would Ik) reorganize the Territory as others rL been organized and send a delegate n Congress to represent it, who will Mint out the needs of the people to the delators. This idea is com batted by tow who claim that at present there Ire enough white people there ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1894

The Musiix-sv SitDiitloii. Business ih still waiting the develop ment of retail trade. The halting at titude for the moment is disturbing to those who have looked for continued gain, though rightly considered it is the natural consequence of conditions which were to be expected at this pea eon. The government crop reports are not greatly trusted, and yet have nn influence, and actually exaggerate the tendency towards 1 iwer prices be cause they are supposed to put all the crops too low. Men calmly reckon that if the government report indicates over 100,000,000 bushels of wheat, the crop must be over 500,000,000, and through western receipts for tin' week have been only 4,489,075 bushels against, 6,33. r >. 305 last year and Atlantic exports oulv 647.244 bushels against 900,564 last year the price is slightly lower. Corn has been atrooger for receipts are hardly a quarter and exports barely an eighth of last year's an 1 men question whether the actual yield, if above the governmen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1894

-■ - . ' —•»*. '■ ' " j §oj)£ fltllltTOfT fUj&UI VOL. 7- NO- 2- iiICAL HAPPENINGS. openings in Pullman During the Past Week. laments of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. iLfbe democratic combination held forth in tl" 1 auditorium last night. J. fMtthews was ring master, and the bttxhibit was :i monstrosity bearing gjuuneof \. T. Caton, who is up for (Uughter for congressman, and the neatest curiosity about him is that he Ones h« will be elected, and that he gedomore for the people of Washing wr , than any other man for whom they 9 n vote. He was followed by 8. .). Chadwick, a Colfax attorney, who spoke fora few minutes to the ladies, after nhich he was followed by Judga Hanna, wliotolil the people that he was run fa far prosecuting attorney, and that itthey voted for him he would be very fateful, but if they voted for the other fellow he could t;rin and bear it. Boss Hjfarner then appeared before the foot- JHA, and sent up an earnest prayer to lie populist party, asking the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1894

I • ■ ' ■', ! tK, i 3 /^"^j 9** ifl^*^ Admitted to be & 8 A RAWING kind in the mar- 8 | <L* POWKRX kct- Makes the | § best and most % I t wholesome bread, cake, and biscuit. A 4 I hundred thousand unsolicited testimo- | |nials to this effect arc received annually g» I by its manufacturers. Its sale is greater | ! than that of all other baking powders gj 'I combined. fa I ABSOLUTELY PURE. | 1 ] i ! ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 105 WALL ST., NEW-YORK JK '* _ KKAA&a ,■*. ■ ■ i ■ i » i ■ i . ■ ■ ■■■!■ f» r ■ TATTOO THE WEDDING RING. AilrliNli So. -nil Reformer Suggests IJraml- Ing itutli Bride mxl Groom. DIAR Snt 1 wish in all earnestness to make known a suggestion that would save many a broken heart among the sensitive and man) a breach of promise case among thi mercantile, and would considerably lighten the labors of the police courts and law courts. My sug gestion is that every married man and every married woman should have a cir cle tattooed around tho third finger of the le...

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

gE BIG LOG RAFT T t Broke and Went to Pieces When Four Days Out. * WAS A COMPLETE WRECK Baft Could Not Stand the Force of 1 the Heavy Bale * Con»ervatlT« KB (• tln>»«" I' 1"1 the !,»■« Ht trait r Slglity Thousand Dollar*. San Francisco. October 21. — All doubts M to the fate of the big log raft w hich recently left Astoria for this port in tow of the tug Monarch were settled this morning by the arrival in port of the tug minus her tow. Immediately mod entering the harbor this morning be Monarch went to her berth. Ac cording to the captain's story he had one of the roughest voyages ever ex perienced. In telling about the tow Captain Thompson said: "We left Astoria at 10:30 A. M. on the 12th instant. The bay was as smooth as ilass; so at 4 o'clock we were on our course for San Francisco. Shortly after that the wind began to rise, and at mid night it was blowing forty miles an hour from the southeast. At 4a. m. last Sat urday we saw Tillamook light, having thus made eighteen miles i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1894

Th.c/ Herald, W IFO?D ALLEN. Editor and Publisher OFFICIAL vTTY PAPER, robiUhed erery Friday •railing, at Pull min, Whitnmn county. Washington. A!) AdTorUsementa will ba ooutinaed and charged for until ordered oat. H BMU «>K SI USriUI'TION: $a.oo S \ MON*I IIS <iNI.\ 1.00 WHITHAH county needs Mines Hull and W, 8. Johnston in the state legislu tv re. J, M. S.mum haH made a record in liin one term as auditor llmt i< above re proach. Hjh official dealings sre at all timen honest, courteous and gentle manly* Windcs rallied to the support of lii^ friend Mecslem in the las' issue i>f tin li-\ I>n>l demo republican sheet. The rea ri tii why i^t vorv plain to thokiP who ki,i>u ho« well the si tits Windtm. Demi i racti is a hopeless minority in Whitman county iliih fall.ami a vole fen a democrat is worse than thrown away The i lection of a democrat is an impos and tbii king democrats all ovei tbe county are signifying 'heir inten tion nf voting for a re urn of republi oa...

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

V^/ seiffhb«rlr Menti#n. OAKESDALE OFFERINGS. -K^tho Son, 26th inM. . i ' fp 0. Riddle was nt Rosalia Monday, the attorney for the defense in the of the State vs. Eh Nessly nnd poo Hnrrir»ton, charged with cattle ling- A man by l'"' name of Star key tlie prosecuting witness, accused iKeesl/ and Harrington with driving in f-mod killing a cow belonging to him. On uiination it was found that there was 0 evidence against the defendants and ther accordingly were discharged. f\ John Burk, a drayman, of this city. seeois to be having more than his share o bad luck. Loss than a year ago he had » leg broken in a runaway which confined him to his home for never il weeks. Last Saturday just as he was itarting from the mill with a h?avy load of flour, his team became frightened and ran away. On striking the railroad crossing Buik was thrown from the load, landing under tho wheels which ran over hu stomach. He was at once picked up and conveyed to Dr. Gogs well's drug f-tore where it was found t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1894

Till- HERALD.! wnrnuii ai.i.kn. Publisher. PULLMAN WASH. MORTON'S COACHMAN. ll.in.inl Will be Jtrportvit and Suit I'.<UUII Aiiiifii't Morton. Washington, October 22. — Acting under instructions already given, now that Judge Lacombe has decided that he baa no jurisdiction in the case of John James Howard, imported under contract as under-coachman for ex-Vice-Presi dent Morton, Immigrant Commissioner Senner at New York will immediately deport Howard, and United States Dis trict Attorney MacFarlane will enter civil suit against Mr. Morton for violation of the alien contract labor law. Secre tary Carlisle's action in the Howard case follows identically along the lines laid down in the Howlett case in 1891. W. C. Eustice of Washington, I. C, in May, 1891, imported from England under contract Francis John Howlett to serve as head stableman and coachman. Acting Secretary O. L. -Spaulding June 2.'!, 1891, Bent the papers in the Howlett cai-e to United States District Attorney Cole of Was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1894

WLIIiOF- SPAIN.! # By ALTE^BALOE CHAPTER V. tjnrrihc words left Ms Up* Francesco "^adlai!>••'' with the girl in his arm*. i soldier stationed at the water gate able to tell that lie had seen Don Francesco with a man and a boy pass through the gate about half past eight. They bad taken a canoe at the landing ,nd paddled down the bay, Beyond this jeknew nothing, for if the Senor Don Francesco, the son of his excellency, chose to go out on the bay at night it > as not his place to stop him. In his targe Don Alphonso visited one of the Jong galleys lying at anchor, and before many minutes there were lights flashing from her which called the captains of the other two on board. No one had ieen anything, for the passage of an In dian canoe would not be noticed. Until daylight nothing could be done, but each man in turn gave orders, and the slaves ; were to be awakened at half past three. Anchors were hove short and everything -yas ready. hi the meantime Don Francesco had Tinrrieil to...

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