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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

GREAT BATTLESHIP j(ain One of the Chinese Navy Strikes a Torpedo. *SHE IS RENDERED USELESS Con , I , l i,,lore 1.111, Who Was In Command 0 f the <ir<-at War TeMel, tha Chin Yuen. Kor«-»t»ii» Condemnation for the Accident l>y Committing Suicide. y^ffffrwQTQN. November 24. — the Navy Department to-day received a cablegram from an officer in the American licet in China, detailed for the purpose of giv ing confidential information of impor tant events in the Eastern war, stating that the Chin Yuen, the great Chinese battleship, in leaving Wei Hai Wei har bor November 18 was accidentally dam aged by v torpedo, ami was afterward beached, there being no docking facili ties. Bhe is, therefore, now useless and could not have been in the fight off Port Arthur as reported earlier in the day. Commander Lin, who was in command of the \cssel, 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 ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

The BvallCM Sitantion. The foreign trade figures for October ! indicate less probability of n loss of gold i id the settlement of international ex- j changes. The merchandise) export* were i much larger tnan in September, and ex oeeded imports by •23,876,698. The total exports were 883,558,^72, a de crease of about $1. 000.000 from the October outgo in 1893, which is more | than accounted for by the fall in prices. ' Aotual shipments of cotton increased | largely, and there was a considerable | enlargement of clearances of wheat and flour, of many hog products and mineral mis. Domestic trade as indicated by bank clearings shows a slight increase. The waning season for fall business in primary market*, however, has causel! a ■mailer west-bound movpment of manu factured peods; nnd ps the Grain move ment has declined, the earnings of rail roads so far during the month sho>v a Blight decrease. The industrial siin.i tion maintains the imprevemont noted in recent weeks. Business failur...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 November 1894

The nnslnpss Situation. The foreign trndp figiirea for October Indicate loss probniiility of n |o«a of gold in the PoitltMii«nt of jnternptionnl M changes. Tha merchnndi>eexports w.;e much larger tnan in September, and • i j ceeded imports by 123.876.698. The total exports were $83,658,872, a do crease of about $4,000,000 from the October out in 1893, which in more than accounted for by the fall in prices. Actual Bhipmenta of cotton inoreaßed largely, and there was a considerable enlargement of clearances of wheat am) j flour, of matiy hog products nnd mineral i cilti. Domestic trade ns indicnted by bank cloaringa •bows n Blight increape. The waning Benson for fall bnsinoss in j primp.rv mnrkoto, howov#r, hiw canKP-1 a | smaller wi s't-lxjund moTprhonl of monii : I factnrwl rco !s; and ye the drain movo ment has d clinpd, the parningn of rnii roads co fai dm in r "'■■• >■' ' ':" Rho* n j Blight docreasp. Tho ind«Btrinl situa tion maintains i'n 1 imprpvpmont noted in recent Wok...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1894

m ■■■' ■ i *'.* §flb* ftaiittmit %tMk k r()L. 7. NO. 7. iOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happeningß in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. _-.U the complaint of a tl jew Miss Julia Oswalt, of near Staley, wa s brought before Justice Merriman fbursilay on a charge of thr< utening the livi's of certain ol the crew. It seems ftat there was a dispute over certain mm to be threshed, and Misa OswaU Jill not wtini the crew to go at tlie \\ fa keep them from this sh< is Baid to have made gome remark about shooting (leir hearts out. The case was contin jed till January 4th, and Miss Oswalt ; aw bonds for her appearance at that time, and also to keep the peace. —Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilkinson and Pgve Sasenbery left yetterdaj for Den ier, Idaho. Mr. Wilkinson will ettab glh a general merchandise store at that point. They will not remove their fcousebold goods till spring. .Mr. and jfft. Wilkinson and .Mr. Sasenbery will be greatly missed in Pullman Bociety (...

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

THE HERALD. WII.FOH > \ ! l.« V I i.i.li- 'i. r. PULLMAN W A-II PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Deals Largely With Reports of Departments. FEW RECOMMENDATIONS MADE Secretary Carlisle's Banking ami Cur rently Plan Favored — Turin" Bill Needs Amending Relation of United State* With the Foreign rower*. AY ibhington, I (ecember :'.. —Follow ing is the full text of President Cleveland's message »■ read in congress '<> lay: The assemblage within the nation's legislative hulls of those charged with the duty of making laws for the benefit of a generous and free people impres- Bively suggests the exacting obligation and inexorable responsibility involved in their task. At the threshold of such labor, now to be undertaken by the congress of the United Stales, and in the discharge of an executive duty en joined by the constitution. I submit this communication, containing a l>ii<-f statement of the condition of our na tional affairs and recommending such legislation as seems to me necessary ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1894

j STUPID ATTEMPT Sell B»d Wliisky Under a Popalar Brand. • units ami l.iiln'N of the I'ltmoiiH Jesse Moore 'Whisky Imitated by » Seattle ! ■ Importer, AVho Is Now Under Arrest. The recent arrest in Seattle, Wash., of uron Jaii'e by a United States internal -reinieotlioer for wholesaling liquor with- I out ft license has disclosed one of i he most \ lUring and dangerous frauds that has been perpetiated against the government, and jgsinst one of the most reputable and pop- a i a r whisky firms in the United States. Numerous complaints have reached Moore, Hant A Co. of San Francisco, sole agents mi the Pacific. Coast of the famous old jejse Moore whisky, that a counterfeit ar ticle was being largely sold in Washington. The labels, bottles and wrappers were each | ■o exact an imitation of the genuine as to readily deceive the owners of the original and. The contents were, however, as night be expected, not even an imitation, ,nt of so vile a character as to be readily! detected by any o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1894

The Herald, W LFO*D ALLEN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER OFFICIAL | < liy IPBB. rnl.iimhwl •t.-rv Friday •▼•ning, at Pull ra«a, Whitman oounl . \\ lahington. Ai) AdrertixPiiM-nt* will I." cauttnoad and charged f«>r until ordered out. i ; RMS UK SOBSCKIPTIONi ONEYEia *-•<><> Six tONTHS ONLY.: 1.00 I In* Bnglnesf Situation. Business improvement daring 11 1 ♦» lust wei k him been well maintained and in in pome direotinns liub mads further progress, Cold weather in the west has inci-eased tho consumption of heavy goods, on advance in cotton ('rices lias strengthened business c Dfldence iv the south, and in New England and the Middle states a better demand for man ufactured goods has nauned a farther increase in the industrial output. The alter approaol es the maximum in irotn and steel, la taxing capacity in the cheaper grades of boote and shoes, and is gradually enlarging Jin both cotton and Woolen goods. Export* of merch andise are 1 rge, but measured by ruling low valnei com...

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

>>ishberlr Mention. ROSALIA RUSTLINGS. From the Rentier, 99th tilt. The tin box taken from the vault of the Uaitk <>f ltosuliii lms Dot been fnnnd ami no clno has li.en obtained as to the identity of the woald bo bank robbers. The box oontained expensive abet and valuable paper*, tome negotiable, belonging to Ralston MoOaig, who, if they aro not found, will bi out several hundred dollari. A young man about town was lUßpiciooed aud bis olothes and ehoee critically examined, but them was no foundu'.iou for tbe suspicion. An improbable etory was circulated here Sunday that B gnnp; of six out law h left tbe train at Oakosdale uad proceeded directly up town to one of tbe banks witb tbe evident intention of securing tbe bank's money at tbe point of a pis tol. However, us report goes, a crowd had congregate! in frout of tbe bank, tbe officials having got an inkling into the situation by telephone and tbe out laws were foiled. The report is Dot be lieved, however. More likely th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1894

I No Baking Powder I : i | Exhibited at the (S) | World's Columbian Fair I I 1 Tested So High § ® >< At the U. S. Qov't Examination /to (| For Strength, Purity and Uniformity <§ I As the Royal. 1 ' $ 0) The official report shows ROYAL BAKING © j$ POWDER chemically pure and yielding 160 (§> ® cubic inches of leavening gas per ounce of pow- © [S der, which was greatly in excess of all others (^ (3) and more than 40 per cent, above the average. © <k ("?) S Royal is the favorite in every kitchen @ and has a larger sale than all Cf) $& others combined. >ij /^ ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. ,-;\ THEY ARE DEAD. There was a man who never told a lie — Bui he\> dead— Never Bald It as wet when the weather wag dry .\ ■ >rsaid He'd caught fiili i hen he hadn't caught one, Never xaid ho'il <'.■ .m something that he hadn't done. Never scolded hi ■ '■', and never got mafl And wouldn't l« >o that the wo»! "•"*> 80 bad, A respecter of rui . a defe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1894

«i •which were the basis of calculation Ifthe current year, being less than ea« Efidtedt'thß deficiency for tho current SIDI will be correspondingly strrater, \ ol It the postmaster-general states KSttbe latest indication are bo favor- He that lie confidently predicts an in -1 L. of at least 8 per cent in the •eiiues of the current year over those las' vt'ar: The expenditures increase steadily md necessarily with the growth and Keds of the country so that the de- Key is greater or less in any year win''ll-' "I"" llu' volume of receipts. The postmaster-general states that this McTency i- unnecessary and might be jL.jjitcd at once if the law regulating ates up"n mail matter of the second lge«\\.i- modified. The rate received for the transmission of this second-class matter i-: 1 cent per pound; while the •it of fuch transmission to the govern ment ia eight times that amount. In the general terms of the law this rate tovers newspapers, and periodicals. TUB LAW ABUSED. The extension of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 December 1894

THEREGENTSREPORT Agricultural College Regenis Make Their Annual Report to the Governor. Appropriation of $75,000 for Improve ments Requested l>y the Board- Tho annual report oi the Agricultural College and Bchool dl Science has been transmitted to the Borernor. ItiH a c m prehensive doenment, covering the his tory of the institution and tbr work of the board of regent*oi the institution In ■Jl departments for the year: Its needs for the ensuing two yearn that elapse aft<T the sittinttof the coming legislature, and a financial report of iti conditi Including an itemized ai unt of the ex penses of the las* two •■.<-u~. After re citing the orisrinal organization, the re port tells of the appointment ol the pres ent board of n cents and their first meeting, May 4, 1893. and says: "The new b..ard found •j c affairs of the institution in n deplorable condition. Great numbers of claims dating bn from a month to almost the very be ginning of the college remained unaud ited and unpa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1894

fpje ftaiim^it Witf&tiL «)L, 7. NO. 8. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Before adjourning last Friday, the county commissioners made an order re ducing the salaries of all clerks and dep uties of county officers, to $7."> per month ulary, with the exception of the riding deputy of the sheriff who will receive (100. The bonds of county officers were ilso increased as follows: Sheriff, from (5,000 to $15,000; auditor, $15,000 to (30,000; clerk, $5,000 to $15,000; assessor, (2,000 to $5,000; superintendent of icboola $1,500 to $5,000. —During the past week the young women of the college have effected an organization of the Young Womane' Christian Association. Th\* I? a pro fregfiive movement on the part of the Dung women, as through this organl* itiou lliey *re "n^ed by Christian fel ißWß ; P hi and by the use of the same methods of Christian work and of Bible ,judy with college and state and natio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1894

THE HERALD. WILFOKD All KN. l-üblinh'-r. PULLMAN THE PATH OF TRAVEL. Annurtl Iteport of til*' Interstate Com merce < oiiiiiilhhloii. Washington, December 11. — The In terstate Commerce Commission has just issued a preliminary report on the in come and expenditures of railways in the United States for the year ended June 30,1804, prepared by its statistician. The report contains the returns from 570 operating companies, whose reports were filed on or before November 23, 1884, and •overs the operations of 140,669.21 miles of line or about 85 per cent of the total operated mileage in the United States. The showing from the operation of the 140,668.21 miles of line represented was: Paaiennr earnings 1310,187,173 Frelftln 617 038,496 Miscellaneous -'-Mi '• '•'■'•' Gross earnings 149,680,066 Operating ex —.- 643,42 Set earning! - »306,210,784 Reduced to a mileage basis the earn ings per mile in comparison with last year were: 1814. Decrease Passenger t^OfiT »•;; Freight i!:;' 774 Oroki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1894

ANTIQUITY OF FISHING. the lair Cleopatra Fooled Antony With it Suit n»h. The art of angling no doubt had its jigiu in man's necessities. The, earliest of mankind makes rcferVnco to ,1,,, taking of flan for food. There an pqnent allusions to it in the Bible, job, in the oldest book of all, says: Canst thou draw out a leviathan with %ook, or his tongue with a cord which ijon lettest down? Canst thou put h lo ok in hia noso?" Homer, in the "Iliad," speaks of fishing in these lines: v bearing death In the fallacious bait,; >jini the bent Anglo finks the leaden weight. And it is recorded in the Odyssey: Ajwhen the angler, his lone rod in hand. On » projecting rix.k assumes hi* stand. Casts to the fiery fry the baited snare, Then flings the wriggling captives in the air. The Romans, Greeks and other rao<M of early days around the Mediterranean practiced the art of angling. Plutarch ills of a prank played by the fair Egyp tian, Cleopatra, while out fishing with Antony, "They wagered ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1894

' The Herald, W LFOftD ALLEN. EoiTO* and Pubushs* OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Pohliohed «Tery Friday eTening, at Pall sum, Whitman county, Washington, ill AdveriiM-monU will bo continued ami chars**! for until ordered out. rums of BUBucßipnoH i ()>K V!' .v $2.00 Bi\ MONTHS ONLY. LOO Otrrnra f<.r December opens with a charming story, "A Jamestown R. - ui.incH." No'ruer or more fascinating pifiurt> has been drawn of life in the brave old Virginia days, when cargoes of young women gathered from the crowded homes of Knghmd, w.»re sent ©irt liv the "London Company" to the infant oniony as wives for such of the bachelor settlers an shouldohooM to pay for spouses in good tobacco. The happy blending of naturalness, historical cor rectness and admirable character draw ing makes this story a gem indeed. It well deseryea its prominent position in the opening pages of this excellent num ber of OrxiNd. The illustrations ar« snperb, especially the full page portray ing the hero and heroine of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1894

Ifelffhberlj Mtution. OAKESDALE OFFERINGS. From tho Bun, 7th in»t. l'rnirie chiokenb are mora plentiful this fall than they have bsen for a long :time. A number of the boye go out •every day and bring in dozeds of obiek «ns with but a couple hours' shooting. Prs. Smith, Cogswell and Games am putated the foot of M. O. Reed, last Tuetday afternoon, the doctors deciding that it was impossible to Rave the injured member, Mr. Reed *us ained the oper ation well and is getting along very well. Frank Robinson, E. Davia and P. B. Miller succeeded in killing a deer in Parkman's timber culture tho other day. The boys claim thtt it was wild und had been chased out of the mountains by dogs, but knowing ones claim that it was a pet deer ani belonged to Charley D«ms, living near the butte. LEWI SIX )N LOCALS. From thp Tribune, 6th inst. John Kid*til, a farmer living on the Asotin creek over in Washington, com mitted suicide about four o'clock yester day morning. He arose and went out to the barn w...

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

5^ vv v * v '-• v •'■ v * V':- v •"• T •<• v '•' > : / VyVy^y ' T V^Vy Vy v;J t I i University of California. 1 ■:■ i ■>- Your committee have made a very careful exami- -4 l nation of the ROYAL BAKING POWDER, 4 £_ and are satisfied that it fulfils all the requirements _J > which the public can make of a baking powder. jj > For purity and care in preparation it equals any A C in the market, and '<■ *-. "i. ; :; Our test shows that it has greater 4 >- leavening power than any other -£ >- of which we have any knowledge. "J ; ** ■» -A H*" Prof. Chemistry, University of California, and State Analyst. A 't ; -< F i 3 ►**- Prof. Chemistry, College Pharmacy of the University of California. "*1 ;:k - t > All other baking 1 powders contain either alum or ammonia. v ft-- "^J fo. 4.-. •♦• 4. •♦• i •*• i^A±ti± i •:- i •:• i i •:- i.* i±i±l±i^i±i^ LIVELY FIGHT WITH A SHARK. Terrifying I':. ;• -■ ' nee With « Man Eater ; by ii 51r.1i \. '<•< Wan I :lsliiiig. Wil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1894

SHIPPERS' RIGHTS . nn nal Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission. r A RIOUS SUBJECTS TREATED a Declared In Favor of a Single Clatll lliiit ton of Commodities for the Whole ' Country — Congress Can I'rescrlbe Rule* Kegulatlng Commerce. Washington, December St. —The eighth iiinual report of the Interstate Com merce Commission, which was sent to Congress yesterday, ranges through a variety of subjects, opening with that of court decisions, noting the case of Brim so n and others. The Supreme Court held that Congress may employ any ap propriate means to accomplish the ob ject of the law granted to it by the con stitution, and that Congress has plenary power to prescribe the rules regulating interstate commerce; that provisions of the 12th section of the act to regulate commerce, requiring the courts to use their process in aid of inquiries before the commission, are constitutional and valid; that ii; a proceeding to complete the attendance, and testimony of wit nesses before the c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 December 1894

w«nt T«x Pon«!tio« Remtttad. (iAHFism. Pec. 12.—The following Jx'tition to the county commissioners ii being circulated in this vicinity, nearly everyone signing it! "We, your pe'itioners. be*, in view of the financial stringency, the low price wheat and the partial loss of last year's Crop, which has rendered it impossible for many of us to pay our taxes for 1893. that you remit the excessive penalty imposed by statute. Believing that the remitting of a portion of the taxes of the railroad companies furnishes a precedent that establishes your right to grant this petition, we rely upon your sense of jus tice and your sympathy with the hun dreds of farmers in Whitman county who are in danger of losing the homes that represent years of toil and priva tion, for relief." lira mi the Claim as, False. CmcMso, 111., Pec. ft.—World's Fair officials expose a pretender to an award. One of the odd results of the World's Fair ie the claim now made to awards by gome who were not even exhibitors....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1894

§3)* ftaliittEf! fttMiX VOL, 7. NO. 9. 10CAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. No?2ofthe Pullman Times comes to this office, and the Herald exchanges with pleasure. The Times is edited by Geo. Stitt, 11 bright lad, ami we wish jjjni Ruocess in what is to him now, now, I pastime, hoping that it may in time p-ow into a lucrative business. The Times hiiH on its staff an artist uf consid treble ability in Willie Hardwick, wlio makes »n engraving for each issue The cut of Napoleon in the last is a credit- I able piece of work for a boy with only a pen knife to engrave with. —The Union Pacific railroad ofliciale visited Lewiston tliis week. There in a Itrong rumor that they contemplate building a branch line from Pullman to Lewiito.a within the next year. The line wai surveyed several years ago, and the route ii in every way practicable. LThe proposed route is through Oolton. —Boulon & Gonne's musical combina ti...

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