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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1894

THE HERALD. »|l ll'lt'l Alll-N. I ul.llKh.-f. PULLMAN WASH. THREE LIVES PUT OUT. Dotne*tl< Trouble! Cauaa ■ Doabi* >lur dvf :m<l suit-ill**. F.i.mika, N. i., November 10. —This city wm startled this afternoon over a report that a triple murder had >»*•»*• i committed on Hudson street, Tliefacts arc briefly these: M. V. Straight, who conducts a floor and feed Btore, and his wife have not lived together for the paei few weeks on account of domestic diiti culties, This morning Mr. Straight sent a note t" hie wife asking forgivenesa ami requesting her to take him hack. Bhe failed to reply. This angered the lms- 1 band, and lie purchased a 38 caliber Htnitli & Wesson revolver of five cham bers, although I"- already had another revolver ol like pattern. Thieafternoon he caw his wife and her sister, Mrs. Mary VVhitford, in the business part of the city. He followed them until with in LOO feel of their home, when he ran j up behind them to within ten feet and emptied tin- co...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1894

AN ETRUSCAN BOOK. erTpU'l" Wrapped In the Fold* of « >•** Very Old Manuscript. Etruscan alphabet can be read with o ch ease as the alphabet of Rome; the *Ssof« test are usually divided from another by means of points, and yet ■ meaning of these words cannot be Lj Like the geologist who comes to a ■fuit" in the st rata he is examining, so in L^authe philologist finds a linguistic ?alt»—a language which refuses to be mnarcd with any other that is known to yi*' liji^'()vcry made by Professor Kinil of W Hainft has removed *'''' first difficulty irt I »hich stands in our way. It can no longer «I* id tint it is Impossible to decipher the ■Vru-*"" 1 I"-""1 because the matt-rials * fordoing " are insufficient. Three-fourths ifr|?»D ancient Etruscan book, written on "has been discovered/ and discovered, i orcovcr, in the most unlikely of places— 10 c cofliu of an Egyptian mummy, ad jj, e mummy was brought from Egypt lOt «me years ago by an Austrian traveler md deposited after his death in...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1894

The Herald, W LFOID ALLEN. EDITOR and PUBLISHtk OVViriil. CITY PA per. Pui>!i*ht*d ufery Friday oTening, »t PuH tnai, WUitman oottn Waehlnifton. A i AiiTeVlltemonto will *»> cnntitmwl >•!'<: charged for until ord«tod out. TKKMS Of BUHSCKUI'ION: ii >•• ■:',:. .: su.oo H , MONTUfI ONW l;°° The city council lihh passed an <>rdi naucu reducing the salary of city cleric to 5575 per annum; of attorney to SfiO pel annum, of marshal to S ';i1 per month. The nlary « f health officer remains the same- one dollar per yenr, payable quar terly. Men should exhibit their honor at *i primary election if they have o-'eh » thing as honor, l>ut there were certhin persons who participated in the priinarv election Iwst Wednefday riil*!jt to whem the word "honor" is a stranger. There vrer! Revcral elites of ''stuffing" at the primary, and in one <m two cares th« atuffers were retiognized. While t!.e\ may not have elected or defeated anT candidate for nomination, n'ill tho moral...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1894

>>if hbwily Mfutiou. LEWIS TON LOCALS. From the Teller, 15th inst. J. M. Harrington is fitting ont a crow to go into tin* woods nnt' giJt ()»t logs (or a big drive next summer, There is 1 every reason for believing tlmt the lum bering business on the river will uk • a big boom next year. This nould cer tainly be true if some government tmr yevß could be obtained on the pine lands along the upper courses of the Clear or. The new steamer Lewis ton, made a trial trip last week. Many of our oiti zens were at the landing to view the new boat. She u~ a ■ nug, noat vessel and will, when completed, be the Quest boat ever put on the river, Just now the Lewiston will run as a freight beat. The cabin is incomplete and ill not. be finished until next spring. On tho trial trip the ' *iatoi did not, make Iho Bpeed of tho old Anuio Fason, but with a change in the heel, Enginoor Debru thinks that the Lewiston will be the equal of the Faxon. As it looks now, considerable mining will be done ne...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1894

I Take no Substitute for I I Royal Baking Powder. I | It is Absolutely Pure. | All others contain alum or ammonia. WILD BILL A I OLID MAN. Tin- Hodjr of Ihr I'auioun I>e»per»do li.ul Turned to stone. The climate of Colorado is fo excoi d ingly dry in tin grunter portion ef the „;•■:: ordinary objects, Buch as po tatoes, vegetables of various sorts and evcu wnall animals, petrify when cov ered with saud. Tho body of Wild Bill, tho famourt desperado, is today solid Btone. Ho was bnrii din a sandy coun try near Tcllurido, and about lour yeara agohis friends dccified to'pat up a mou nment to hi memory. Tin went nut to his grave, which is in the open prairie, and unu of the party, an old scout, was taken along to exactly locatu win re ho was buriod. Tho and had shifted and blown in great heaps, as it does all through that country, and the scout had a good deal of difficulty in absolutely local tho spot. Finally ho struck a mound that ho said had Wild Bill under it. i)w in- i" the in '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1894

T HE REASON WHY feorge K. Whitworth Took the yf e of Chancellor Allison. MORE LIGHT ON THE MATTER Ful . n |slie ( l the Money for Campaign Expense*, and Wll* "'" KJected from Hl* < li-rk*hli> -Murderer Stead ily Sinking anil Kxpected to Die. flAMivim:, Term., November 17.— George K. Whitworth, who yesterday fired two bullet? into his own body after killing Chancellor Allison, lias been steadily sinking all day, and is expected to die before morning, further light «• thrown on the cause of the tragedy when there was tiled with the County Register to-day a deed of assignment, signed by Whitworth in favor of the Fourth National Bank, in trust to secure the payment of $6,000 due the bank by Wbitvvorth. This leaves no doubt that Whitworth was financially involved, Allison owed him, SO he claimed, about $30,000, and on the street the under standing was that this obligation was incurred by Allison in the course of the recent political campaign. It is further asserted that, a part of ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 November 1894

WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. Bpscinl Cortwpoi (tenets WABHIWroSI, Nov. 10. 1834. "If Secreiinv Carlisle remains in Oleveiand'a cabinet,'! said a democrat of national reputation to a personal friend, "ho will deserve to low every friend be has, and what is more be Till lose them. lie has been humiliate-i feveral times before but never quite so publicly as in this bond iamie At the very time when Carlisle was ansiirinK, not only the Dews ' paper men but bis closest friends, thuj no immediate btind issue was contem iilutud, one of his assistants was in X •«• ■ York, under Mr. Cleveland's porsonal | ordern. perfecting arrnngementa with bankers of that city to issue bonds. I ( remember many instances of the inten-1 tionul hnniiliation of mom bora of thol cabinet, by preeidonte. who for one or another reason wished to get m lof them^without, asking lor their resi^na-1 tions, but this is the only time I ever hoard of the nfawe of a contemplated bond ' isKr.e being given out by New York j bankers ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

(v ht> 4hliy 11111 iM nfn^^nr I ii 4^_ " , ' • fo()L- 7. NO. 6. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ggppenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —P. W. Staley, the genial gentleman fbo hai had the management <>i the E. jj_ Letternian warehouse in this city jaring the past season, will depart for gpokane, tomorrow morning where he fcgg a position with the Northern Pacific railroad company. Mr. and Mrs. Staley leave many friends in Pullman who wish then, Buccess in their new home. — Missrs. Lannmg, Newlin, Anderson anil Klavano visited Lewiston this week looking after the prospects for a boom when thrs reservation opens and the rail road ih built. They lay thai when i twodroania are realized things will take •Bite a spurt, but that at preseni Lewis ton is just as dull as the r> si ol tin country. I —Tbe Golden Rule Society wish to publicly thank the friends who bo will ingly and ably assisted in Wednesday night's entertatnment. Friends, we ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

§3_K ihiUtmwi %t\ ;^^ 4* jjl ? | /Wr^J^if-^^V^# f' j%/ x VOL, 7. NO. 6. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happening in Pullman During the Feast Week. jjjvements of our Citizens Chronicled . by the Herald. —T), W. Staloy, the genial gentleman ff l,o!i;ishu'i the management o;'the E. ', [I, tcttefmaii warehouse in this ck\ during f.i- past'scasonj will depart for ?obJc3ne> tomorrow uiorriing where he has a position with the Northern Pacific nilraad company. Mr. and Mrs. Staley leave many friends in Pullman who wish AemfacctSP '1U their new home. I —jitssrs. Lanning, Newlin, Ahrlnrßon and Klayano visited Lowiaton tins week [wking/after the prospects for a boom nbcn tho'reservation opens and the rail road is built. They say that when these two'dreams are realized things will take quite v ispurt, but that at present Lewis tonis just as dull as the rust of the country. —The Golden Rule Society wish to publicly thank the friends who bo will ' iugi/and ably assisted in Wednesday nijrbt's entertatnment. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

THE HERALD. Wll.l «>KI> ALLEN, Publisher. I. MAN WASH. THAT HAWAIIAN UPRISING. Alleged Confirmation of tin* tie print • Received From Honolulu. Pout Townsbnd, Wash., November 20. —The press dispatches from San Fran cisco intimating a probable uprising of the royalists in Hawaii to overthrow the present government and place Queen " Lil " on the thrown receive part con firmation in this city. A well-known and responsible ship broker made the statement to-day that he knew from his own personal knowledge that large quantities of lire arms and ammunition have been recently shipped clandestine ly to Hawaii on lumber vessels. He Bald lie had heard a load of arms Came out from the East over the Great North ern to Pugei Sound, where it was trans ferred to a small tug, which intercepted two sailing vessels in the straits below Port Town-end after they had cleared from the custom-house, and there trans ferred the cargo. The shipments were originally marked as general merchan dise destine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

....... me contraband consignment was intended for the royal ists there can be no doubt, owing to the surreptitious movements surrounding the shipment. This information was promptly sent to the Secretary of the Treasury, as was also the fact that less than a year ago a consignment of rifles and cartridges from the East was re ceived over the Canadian Pacific and sent from Vancouver to San Francisco on an ocean steamer for transhipment to Hawaii markets as merchandise, and consigned to a well-known shipping linn in Honolulu, and one not very friendly to the new government. From statements made here by per sons engaged in business transactions with vessels plying in the Hawaiian trade there is every reason to believe that army stores and munitions of war have been smuggled into Hawaii, and at a prearranged time every royalist in the country will suddenly appear well-armed and prepared to overthrow the present government. There can be little or no doubt as to the truthfulness of the st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

A SCOLDING NEWSPAPER WOMAN. jv, flourished Fifty Years Ago ami Ilatl ! Thing* Her Own Way. ffoman, it seems, has an added count in tllong indictment already against her— there is reason to believe that she is the -other of "personal journalism." And, as Jferybody knows, personal journalism very uch resembles the little girl who was thor "very, very good," or else she was SorrM-" lira. Annie Royall was the pioneer in this —I of work, and her gossipy articles in Ike first half of this century were a revela tion to newspaper folk in Washington, ifbere they first appeared. In December, 1836, Mrs. Uoyall began IT enterprise. She managed to secure an -Id Ramage printing press and a font of battered long primer type, and aided by runaway apprentices and tramp journey men she published on Capitol hill for near ly 20 years a small weekly sheet called The Huntress. Her manner of securing ■ibscribers was original and usually sue {essful. Every person living in Washing ton and all distinguished...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

SCOLDING NEWSPAPER WOMAN. jl ,l,,,iil.licii Fifty Yearn Ago and Had ■ Thing! Her Own Wiiv. I fotnßti. it seems, has an added count in lifelong indictment already against her— 'EJw'^ '■'""" '" believe that '"' is the father of "personal journalism." And. as r v!><"!> knows, personal journalism very T (.'(, resembles tin 1 little girl who was *ier "very, very good," or else she was •KTtrrid.' jlrs. Annie Hoyall was the pioneer in this ■^ ( if work, and her gossipy articles in be first half of this century were a revela jDii to newspaper folk in Washington, ■•hew they first appeared, I 'j, December, 1836, Mrs. Royall began L«fpnteri>rise. She managed to ... cure nn [,ld Raniage printing press and a font of jttered long primer type, and aided by IniiHW.iy apprentices mid tramp journey men she published on Capitol hill for near llV 20 years a small weekly sheet called I lie Huntress. Her manner of securing labscribers was original and usually suc cessful. Every person living ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

The Herald, WLFOtD ALLEN. EDITOR and PUBLISHER <>l llt Til CUV rAi' Ell, Pablinheci «v«>ry Friday evening, --it Pull m in, Whitman county, Washington, All Ad»erti»em«it« will be continued and cliHr^i 1'! for until cinlcroil out. TKKMS OK HUHSCI'.II'TION: OXK vi:.■..: <►'_•.()() BIX MONTHS ONLY I-«>O WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. Special CorrcspoMlenc*. V\AMHINfiT()N, Nov. 118, 1804. Republican senators aro good-natur edly serving notice upon democrats that h<> irifl tinkering will be allowed lit the approaching session of ingress, no mat ter what Mr. Cleveland may or may not, recommend in bis mess Thai he notice is jocularly served does col indi cate Hint, it is intended for a joke. On the contrary, the republican natos worn never nioro in earnest. I hey are fully determined that Ibe country shall Lmve the rest, which was promised by re publicans ou be a up, if a republican congress was oJect.td, They would, of course, prefer that democratic) senators amicably allow t.h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

The Hereild, . i ' ;i theil ; b eongn priation bills which « ill be l< fl urn ■ . | 88, 111 for tln> democratic senators to choose. know that under the present rales of the senate it will be an easy matter for the republicans to block the senate daring the entire short session, if they onsider ii necessary to do bo, and thej know also that those rules are not. goiug to be obangfd. Another foreign fluke mast be charged up against the administration. Japan diplomatically, bul positively re . ti 01 tveland's offer to meditate between it and China, which was made wituoul I : ■'' of a consi [o i, solely because China, in iti I by England, asked him to do so. Mr. Cleveland ought to rejoice thai i] in n fnsi ; Efer. The n | ■ r predicament thai ,■>! dcci ' cable, c, for con v ,. inter!" i authority to ■ is carrying oul hia ofEei had il I id, ! udgG Llobinson, of ro, N. C, ..me of the sii members of the state bu irl elected on the fusion ticket, :s in Washington, partly on traflin«...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

Nriffhborlj Mouiiou. GENESEE GET-UPS. from t l "' News, 23d inst. era 11 0 ite.s complain bitterly. S i ont and corapln to tinl commiesioni rof Ind i afl . lome of I (Irain and other products come up mi undi r coyer i Ed. Bell, a brnkeman on the Northern PiU'ihV U'y, had Ins right foot, crushed yesterdoy morning near the depot, breaking tho boms in Ujo two first to-w. He uid not 1 '■"■< up his foot quick eDough ami tl o cow-catcher name in contact with it.. Dr. Conant was smii niotied iir.d rpdaced tho tractnre and tho gentleman took the train for Spokane. A young lad 14 years of age living several miles west of Geneseo, named Diet helm, bad a narrow escape from death one day last week. Upon t'litM iug tho barn in the morning to do the milking, ;; row which had always been considered gentle, turned upon the boy and plunged her horns into hia sklo throwing iiim several foot, and had it not been for tho timely assistance of hired men, Iho infuriated beast would ha • made short work...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

»iffhborlj Mrution. GENESEE GET-UPS. From the News, 23d inst. Geues«e Las been full of Indian trad ers this week who 6eein to have plenty of both gold and silver to pay for goods, They have no use for paper money, con sequently they are not populists. Considerable cattle stealing is going on on the reservation and theXez Peree it«s complain bitterly. Slock is being driven out and complaint haa been sent to the commissioner of Indian affairs by some of tne Indian stockm-n. Grain and other products come up missing under cover of darkness. Ed. Hell, a brakeman on the Northern Pacific IVy, bad his right fool crushed yesterdoy morning near the depot, breaking the bones in the two first toes. He did not pick. up his foot quick ' enough and tie cow-catcher came in contact with it. Dr. Conant wan sum- ' moned and reduced I he fracture and the gentleman took the train for Spokane, A young lad M Tears of age liwng several miles west, of Geneseo, named Diethelrn, had a narrow escape from death...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

$T ; jE official reports 1 1 powder received an award M Hi! ~ rp{ . f kp -'- the Chi li i oysrtns ujoyai <~~ lilW Will ,^ v !3 cago Wpr!d?s Fair. |g |g] The judge of av/arcls on baking [ft ItJ powder writes that the claim by [in i-Tl another company to have received |i; 1 i;il the highest award is false that no Ijrj ji'J such award was given to it. jilj M The Royal Baking Powder is the IS] id purest and strongest baking powder - j?} made, and has received the highest jji| Hi award at the Great International [^ Hi; Expositions and VV< rld's Fairs wher- jiri «lil ever exhibited in competition with |ijj 1 others. Si jjlj 11 makes the hnest, lightest, sweet- [ill 11l |i*"l i-i cst, most wholesome bread, cake and j-Jj |[j] pastry. More economical than any rr» [I^l other leavening agent. jj^j ; "Vy/i:'l'j ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. fiifSxV^S■' ■///'WiX — .i— I— i^~ i-? i --»^i"t i-rl— I-r t *-r I-tl^Pl' !i-~wv^: Defi'iitli . tlit) Stix of it City. They have b\ ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

jilT HP^E official reports 1 i if" 5 ■j f>of rtino* I'll >■»./-»^" r'lrvri* jt*o/^«r^*i-o/'*! nri ovroi*/? ll'-'i hi 1 pOWCICI ryCCS\;.yU clvi avccilu l;;:j [„; over the Royal at the ■ a= | casro V/c: - - ir. |g| The judge of awards on baking jjd !5l powder writes that the claim by ['[71 i::l another company to have received |[7| i-'l the highest award is false: that no 'HI I'D 1 ° 1 • • , iri :.'J such award was given to it. , iij X: The Royal Baling Powder is the |S| id purest and strongest baking powder -; j?| made, and has received the highest If: i \Xi award at the Great International [jh 111! Expositions and World's Fairs wlier- ffri 151 ever exhibited in competition with [fTi J-d 1 others. • M i«' It makes the finest, lightest; sweet- ill Mil - i; "i j--| estj most wholesome bread, cake and j~l [i]i pastry. More economical than any p i ■"! other leavening agent. ,7 --! . o to [ii W/ffl/\ \ ; HCYAL BAKING POWDER CO., ICS WALL ST., NEW-YORK. frfXXV^ ■ >"•"•'! ■ ~ :j£F ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

GREAT BATTLESHIP Main One of the Chinese Navy Strikes a Torpedo. » sHE is RENDERED USELESS Commodore Lin, Mho Wai In Command ,f the Great 'War Vessel, the Chin Vueiii Forestalls Condemnation for the Accident by Committing Suicide. \Vas«in<; '*>*. November 24. — the Navy Department to-day received a cablegram from an officer in the American fleet in China, detailed for the purpose of giv ing confidential information of impor tant events in the Eastern war, stating fat the Chin Yuen, the great Chinese battleship, in leaving Wei Hai Wei har- j bor November IS was accidentally dam- J aged by a torpedo, and was afterward beached, there being no docking facili ties. She is, therefore, now useless and could not have been in the fight oil' Port Arthur as reported earlier in the day. Commander Lin, who was in command of the vessel, anticipated official condem nation by committing suicide. Wei Hai Wei is the great Arsenal of China, and it is presumed the Chin Yuen , went there recently ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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