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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1894

WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. j ■pad*] r«iii—p»i tlpncw. .hiiiviihn, Oct. 26, 1894. Mr. Cleveland has returned to .Wash-, ington in a very bad humor. II« is eonrinoed thai his party is on the eve of one of the worst defeats it ever met, and, instead of recognizing that it is his policies that are to me, he persists in putting all the blame upon tbOM dem ocrats in congress who thwarted his pol icy upon several notable [occasions. No better demonstration of egotism run mad was ever presented to the public than this state of mind on the part of Mr. Cleveland. to the opinion of mam if there had been no democrats in congress wiling to thwart Mr. Clove land's [Kjliciea annibilatien instead of h crushing; defeat would have the fate of the demooratio party rext month. Bad ac the democratic record has been it would have been worse if Mr. Cleveland had been allowed to have hi i way. Tho Gorman tariff law is quite bad enough, but it is a positive boon whan compared with tin out and out free trade bill...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1894

fpK fltillmaii 3&tf&lk VOL. 7. N(). 3. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Heral I, __We have been mi I the hdiei of the Golden Rule society have mother of their popnlar entertainmenta „„,!,. r headway. Everyone should be thankful to be able to gel Bomuch enjoy- , ment from these entertainments which the ladies of the different churc es work so ban! to present, and they should show their appreciation by making it n point toattend. This entertainment will have Bine of the 1" st talent the town affords, an a will he a success. Program later. —The Fortnightly Dancing Club had mother of its enjoyable parties hist Fri day evening, which wan fairly well at tended in spite of the great counter attraction, the republican rally at the auditorium. About twenty couple were present, and all prononuced the m from Moscow as "hard to beat." third dance of the serii i will tal • i next Friday < vening, at which tin,. p...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1894

THE HERALD. WII.FOKII ALI.KN, PubllahnV. PULLMAN WASH. WHISKY TUI Ir. Jloatnn l» to i ■>«..■«• t ln> 1:I\h! J*«w < iiii. New Yobk, October 20.—Papers were filed in the Secretary of State's office at Trenton, N. J., which indicate a forma tion of a new Whisky Trust. The papers comprise the articles of incorporation of a spirit company with a paid-up capital of $5,000,000, the total authorized capi tal being limited by the charter to $.r>o, --000,000. The principal offices and place of business of the company outside the State of New Jersey will be in Boston, but it will carry on business in various other States and Territories of the United States. The objects for which the com pany is formed are stated in the article to be: "To make, sell, buy and deal in spirits and liquor of all kinds and sorts, and to buy, sell and deal in any and all material from which spirits of any kind may be made,and all material necessary and" incidental to the business of dis tilling, and in g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1894

s^the PATIENT seasons. rfrtitly the seasons bide their time! I*l*" r, r r from tho bud Hint months •*»» Jo" I",^ won ilie earth Inclined, to b'UAr, feS»rehal'i'> '" their chosen clime. bt tin'™ are oomxnunlnKS 'neath the f£,*',e bright eyes that never close in t_/s£»«harpears that listen well and k««p u£lhopeali\-i» in little hearts below. ' i t the winter wear Itself away, I** 8 thither on the brenstof freighted rm>; I 'dream of spring baa touched the constant [ i '!"£ the valleys patient of delay. M*M»ry x. Mason ia Youth's Companion. ABE AND AUSTIN. ' Awtin and I were sitting up with the | 1 J\l Abe had been a still since 8 J Hock and it was then six hours later. , «. were cattlemen— cowboys they • mid call us east-living in a ranch on , Tpecos in Texas. Abe was lying on n , I taffalo robe over against the wall, where I Allied. He had been grunting around ' Ste several days complaining of his old • l«ound He was taking a drink when I ■ I Boutin the afternoon to salt some ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1894

The Herald, W LFOID ALLEN. EDITOR and Publisher OFFICIAL; CITY/PAPER. rahlUixxi ««>-orv Friday craning, nt I'uU miD, Whitman c./anly. \Va»hiii«U.n. All Adfertlwimenta will be eoutinoed snH cliHrc«"<l f .1 ontll onlerocl out. ■rams of BUBScnipnoNi :>.<■■ . . »2.< M! SIX MONTHS ONLY '■' " Kaxsas and Colorado are again In lh« republican line, after two yeara of pop 'ilinin. The defeat of Willie Wileon, tlieliitlc school master from Wei I \ irginia, shows lion bis own peop«e like bis tariff l>ill. \V' i- a re] übli ' ■ in the „ premenlativfi a bnlnnce w b - I I ion uf the coun try. i. ii- Mi-Kinley as the republican nominee for preaident, with a western silver man as mate foi I : . , , ud the pHrty will sweep Ibe country two years hence as it was nevi i s.i- 1 ' before. 1 , east him i iked c'emi c 1 the refillblican party'n ; itivo t vatem. The t nriff is Ihe all 11,, ion to the ernstem ■■■ ani. ;. result of tbe eleel ion 1 here q favor of prot :c1 ion. ! >cmocrntß ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1894

Xtlrhborlj Meuticn. GEN'ESEE GET-UPS. MB th« News, 2.1 inM. V>s. Boliou and Lulu left Sunday for I . DBW place of residence, about nine south of Puilman. Mrs. Boiliou's « n9 will operate a farm there. A catting affray at White's station on reserve took place Sunday and Wm. i a -rid a prominent cattleman, slashed i rrT P«y' a Craig mjnntain rancher, '"• D the face and nock with a pnn knife, Hr: lavs, in B«'lf defense. He states thai Payne attacked him *ith blows on bo nt of a fancied insult to his wife four ( tears uko. T M MoNeal, who was bbed last Friday for stealing Chas. Mochel'a «atcb, WHS haaled up before Justice jlarkham Saturday charged with burg toy, Attorney Bellinger appearing for the * defendant and Dr. H.irvey for the prosecution. After examining witnessi'B tod tbespi i. lill o uf the legal lights be was fi,innl guilty as charged, and on noi being able to give bonds w..h sent to the Moscow jail to await 'be acti >n of tie district court. OAKEBDALE OFFERINOH. From t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1894

gKeaassass Gsssffiassgssssssgg&i Si IS ft! The latest investigations by <*<S pj the United States and Caiia- m jp dian Governments show the |j jJj Royal Baking Powder supe- fp gj rior to all others in purity and '$£ >]j leavening strength. Bsj; " pi §1 Statements by other manufacturers to f^ 13$ the contrary have been declared by the p} y& official authorities falsifications of the $4 m official reports. <Sh vi Six i 1 Xi^ ■ p\ J^ ROYAL I>AKINQ POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. (h^£ Willing t.» Jay. When the subject of doctors' fees is men tioned, a well known physician likes to tell th 9 story of a young man who was very ill and very poor, to whom he gave unremit ting care and finally nursed buck to health. Before he had recovered his strength he i dragged himself feebly to 111<• doctor's of-1 flee and endeavored to express his grati tude, which was in. greater than his grief bat he had nothing but thanks with which to repay be debt. "Unless," said the y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1894

STILL VICTORIOUS Japanese Continue to Keep the Qhjnese on the Run. R E MARCHING ON LISHI YEN Attack Upon the Chlne»e ToslUon "*„ El pecte<l to Take Place To-morrow § The Chinese ried to Batteries Con ' [trocted Farther Down the River. ;'; London, October 27.—A dispatch from Tokio dated to-day, state* that Field Marshal Count Yuniagata has tele nhed to the war office that a detach ntof 1,600 Japanese infantry crossed "he Yalu river Wednesday morning and ttacked the enemy. The Chinese force Insisted of 600 cavalry and 100 infantry with two guns. The enemy tied. he Japanese captured a Chinese fort, two nns and many rifles. The Chinese loss las twenty killed and wounded. The Japanese sustained no loss. The Japan ese advance columns are marching on Lishi Yen. A dispatch, dated Wiju, October 24, apparently delayed in trans mission, was received, giving details of the above fight. It says that the Jap ,L e were forded over the \ alu river at gSikin at daybreak. Chinese earth works had b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 November 1894

WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. »p»Kiiii CorT»«poi>aenop. Wamuinoton, Nov. 2, 1894. The key to Mr. Cleveland's rather queer actions has, thanks to the wag ging tongue of a Overland worshipper, been found. Instead of hit being en gaged in going through a period of old fashioned sulks with his party he actually thinks bynself to be playing a deep political game that will result in making his own the only name that will be seriously mentioned for the demo cratic nomination in '96. He believed for a long time before the adjournment ofeongreai that democratic defeat was probable this year, and after adjourn ment and the summing up of the blun dors made by his party he became cer tain thai the republicans would control the next house, but ii was not until his most hated personal enemy, Senator Hill, was nominated for governofc of Now York that he fully made up Ins mind that neither himself nor any mem ber of his cabinet would take any part, in the campaign, It «as then also thai the possibilitie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1894

§Sje IhiUnron ftaftitil VOL. ~- NO. 4. LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. _Key. E. A. Todd, of Colfax, wan in U,7city Thursday and Friday, the gin Bl dßev.and Mrs. Marvin. Rev. Todd, -bohofl had close contact for years mth institutions, visited the coil- Be in company with Rev. Marvin, gave .pleasing address to the students at chapel, looked in at several of the de pgrtmente, and expressed himself highly "pleased with what he saw ami heard. -Miss Grace Nichols, assistant prin cipal of the public schools, has been in Colfax the past wee* as a member oi the county examining board, there being Q oite a number of applicants for teach es certificates. During Miss Nichol's absence Andrew I lard wick filled her place in the school. —The usual services next Sunday in the Methodist church. Subject for the srening, "How shall we save the boys and yirls of; Pullman?" The pastor's object is to have a plain, serious t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1894

THE HERALD. \)|lli>i;ii (llts. l-uI.IUIi.-r. PULLMAN WASH. PAN- iMKKIC \N MH>, TH« Government of lilH/ll Mh.v Purchase ■ « ihlf I.ln«". New York, November 12.—Tlie Her- aid's special cable from Baenoi Ayres says: The government of Brazil ha- intro duced an urgent bill in Congress, which Is published to-day in the Diario Official, authorizing the government to purchase at once the Western and Brazilian Tele graph Company under the conditions of the clause of the Western and Brazilian Telegraph Company 'a com easions and to issue special telegraph bonds of the value of £100 each, bearing interest at "> percent i num for this purpose. This measure will ; ill an mil to the monopoly en joyed bj the English cable companies in communication with Brazil and open a way foi cheaper and more direct tele graphic communication between the United States and Brazil. AH telegrams from Brazil have heretofore been obliged to cross the Atlantic twice in order to reach the I'nited Mutes, and :...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1894

gOME WHITE HYACINTHS. ,reet for we. flowers, and repeat for " -h.-irt would cry OUt o'er tho waste v • 10 hTe valley not; on the hill dally not; M* in, ... it |. my love and my loneiiib'-uh, **$* to h«l « n r white bells for her— (not any knells Lgyour wini« fragrant and rich in their ' £ § bth« »r« tngmnt and rich in their •.""tateal to me, loyal as Bteel to me; |}£jh»ve faitl in me; bid her have char "{lcildton Scollard in Harper's Bazar. ' j ' INTERRUPTED. At about 9 in the evening a man turned *fcorner of Madison avenue and Sixty- Jrd street, walked slowly along the £* then pausing glanced at a row of Ebome bouses which stood in their «meness, dark and stately, selected the JL mounted the high steps and au- Joritatively rang the bell. At was early spring, the air was soft, & . n ight still, and the sharp clang echoed fora moment before the door was opened i T a trim waiting maid. The moonlight Sealed to tins maid a boyish looking Slow, who held carefully in both hands 1 flow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1894

The Herald, W LFOID ALLEN. EDITOR and PUBLISHER OFFICIAL ,' CITY, ;> PAPER. Published bvitv I'ri.liiv BTonlng, »t Pol m in. M hitman oonnty, WuhinvtODi \ i AilTwtiwineiitii will be oobtim - d and etiMnreil fur nuti 1 onlerod out. TKKMH OF L'liH('Ktl*liON: *•_:.< i'> S.\ MONTHS ONLY ...'.. .'•• .■•<"' I'.iLi.v (io jdvi-ah, of the Pulonee News, hn« not been playing a solo on a Cleve nd horn all these days fur nothing. Hisf faithful service has been rewarded; he lias been appointed P. M. at Palouse. Probtlbly if Grover hnd one real, loyal supporter n Pullman there would be a change cif administration in the local postofllce. In North Dakota the seat of govern r one if the counties goea by the* Bnggestive name of "SUele," and when I i i lected to serve the county iv ;.n official capacity be candidly remarks thai be is "going to Steele." tn other parts of 'ii" wesl officials are nol always «o fr.tnk abonl it. I>< 11 bo me of them mean i' jusl I he same. How about "confi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1894

Heifhberlj Meution. COLFAX CHATTER. the O»iett*. 9th iMt. oWi9 the time ° exterminate the ' k ° T B quirr«l. John Sohafer, of near ** ' vr writes The Gazotte, for the ben - 0( farmers, of a cheap and (Tool i\ c £T to kill them off. He says to take a * piDR stick now. while the ground is !* wnditi jo, and tamp the holes Bolid. Ibis be says, will keep the air from the gating squirrel and he will rail to M kd up when it comes time to come oat in the spring. This is cor ainly the ■jeapest method of destroying the pests ,t discovered, and Mr. Schafer asserts Jj St it is most effective. A telegram from Oakesdale was re- M jved in the city yesterday reporting a ffraveirregulari'y in the conduct of the election in Matlook precinct. LI was ■tried that at two o'clock in the after noon, five hours before tims for closing tbe polls, tlie election board opened the ballot box and began the coir ting of theyotes, at the same time receiving the ballots of others as th.<v came in. The ballot box ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1894

Splendid Tribute THH SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF HEALTH i. ROES THE USE OF THE Royal Baking* Powder. The • ntfi nt trli ' » Bard of Health to ■ ' lg Powdl : [i rs. Thru- envious ... ■ ■ [and ■••]- Atl '. ; their : ■ . of the Board ia fac We, the members of The Board of Health of the City and County of San Francisco, cordially approve and recommend the Royal Baking I!ow der. It is absolutely pure and healthful, composed of the best ingredients of the highest strength and character. In our judgment it is impossible to make a purer or stronger Baking Powder than the " Royal." Concerning Crinoline. Concerning crinoline the following ex tract from the Dundee (Scotland) Adver tiser, Jan. 5, 1709, lias been un earthed: "Mr, Isaac Bickerstaffe, cen sor of Great Britain, Bitting in the court of judicature, had crinoline brought in and hoisted by a pulley to the roof of the hall, where it Formed a very splendid and ample canopy over our heads and covered the whole court of judicature •with a kind ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1894

fMAJOR-GENERAL f . Appointment of General | Howard's Successor. Colonel FORSYTH PROMOTED t the Most Distinguished Cavalry '"" fleers '" the Army* Uehln.l ' mm m Kotable IJecorU of Service in tbe lndi»» Campaign* tfiSHiKGTON, November 12.-Bria- Z General Alexander McDowell Me- S,k baa been appointed Major-General Vfhe United States army, vice General Howard retired, and Colonel James W. r reyth of the Seventh Cavalry has been ILoted to Brigadier-General, to sue- Li McCook. General McCook has been , or the past five years in command of 'he new department of Colorado, with headquarters at Denver. General Mc- Cook cornea of the fighting McCooks, be ' t the eldest of ten brothers in the "L. He was until to-day the junior Brigadier-General in the army, and by the President's selection is promoted -•rGenerals Ruger, Merrittand Brooke. However, he retires April 22, next year, nn reaching the age of 64, when the others will have a chance to reach the hUest grade now in the service. The race ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1894

WASHINGTON CITY NEWS Cp*ri«i Oaiiatpai a* w uuairoToir, Hoy. '•>. II ExnlUnt is n very mild word to ci preea theeUteof miod in "Inch repnb- licanH have been over si nee the foil re ■ ults Of the elections beoame known And the rejoicing isn't confined to re pnbhcane, either. Bn§ii: ■«■ men of Waahington, who have alwaya been democrat*, have not hesitated to publicly ■ay thai they were glad to ace die detn ooratio party co signally defeated b<» eauaa they had become satisfied that it: DO other way COUld th" property of the oonnt ry, which a realizati n of what cra tin control of the natii i B nl meai ' had withered as quickly tiling frosl wonld the Howe i or njidfnmm< r, I ' tpcl. Vnd there \e belief tbat Mr, « land ali o sha • ■ ■ : He haa aevi r wil v Irawn I nade ovei '■>' •■ •■ • signal ' ibe democracy was donncast under the BBsertion that their party had failed in ability to manage the government. Chairman Bal ok, of the republican eongreasional campaign committee, is...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 November 1894

WASHINGTON CITY NEWS Special Corwpoi iienco. WaSIUWOTON, Nov. !), 1894. Exultant is i> very mild word to ex press the elate of mind in which repub licans have been ever since the full re iultH of the elections became known And the rejoicing isn't confined to re publicans, either. Busin ■«« men of Washington, who haro always been democrats hare not hesitated to publicly ■ay that they were glad to see the dem ocratic party so signally defeated be cause they had become satisfied thai In no other way could th» property of the country, which a realization <>f what democratic control of the national gov ernment meant, bad withered as quickly as a killing"frost would the Howe i of miden'mmor, be restored. And ''■• is reason for for the belief that Mr, Ova land alto eharea in the preyailiug joy. 11,. has never withdrawn the statement made over hi-own signature, that the democracy "as downcast under the assertion thai their party bad failed in ability t.i manage the government. Chai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1894

?u !!s^^^^s it its I If fl VOL. 7. NO. 5. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. , nin!l s in Pullman During the Past Week. gorements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. _D l',. Garrison has been appointed lemporory receiver fur the Pulln „ |jant e co. by.Tudjre Sullivan. This ,dion was made* necessary from the fact that the com my was disappointed in ofjmaking collections this fill ami so coula not meet its obliga tinn's to its creditors. With any kind of ,season the firm could have collected the'amount which was necessary this li, but with 18 cent wheat the farmers could make no payments whatever. store is now closed, an inventory of Hock being taken. '-G.il. l iooch, a farmer who lives D ear Palouse, has been experimenting iritb varieties of forage grasses, and is | lypleased with the "Russian for ige I^which gives an excellent crop in the PBlouge country. Samples of the - which Mr. Go >eh brought to Pull man showed it to be of line quality and good length of growth. It is a most promising g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1894

t|^,,:L-'' IP W4l 111 VIII Jli I iliii IF ,«hs of v: VOL. 7. NO. 5. OCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman Daring the Past Week. jovecunts of our Citizens Chronicler! by the Herald. __]) B. Garrison lias been appointed JpororV receiver fur the Pullman gerchantile Co. by Jud»re Sullivan. Lhis tion was i, ado necessary from the fact tint the company was disappointed in I jts expectation ofjmaking collections t'lia 'fall and bo coula not meet its obliga ting to its creditor!. With any kind of iseason the firm could have collected the'amount which was necessary this (all, but with 18 cent wheat the farmers Wild make no payments whatever. The store is now closed, an inventory of itock being taken. _(i. M. > looch, a farmer who lives Mii Palouse, has. been experimenting ,Ith varieties of f< rag< grasses, an.) is pleased with the "Russian for ,„,.•■ w hicli Rives ais excellent ci • try. Sarnpl - of tlie Bw | ; ( i, Mr. iio ich bro i lit to Pi I '! lO wed ii to be of nne quality an...

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