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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1894

THE HERALD. WII.FIIKII AM.K>'i I'ul.llnh.i . PULLMAN WAKII. ARMENIAN AFFAIR The American Board of Foreign Missions Statement. THE HORRIBLE DETAILS GIVEN Tim Position of the M i««i'>n:iiii- of the American Board Within the Turkish Umpire i- an i:\treuiely Delicate One Indeed. Boston, December 18.—The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Mis sion* more than any other missionary organization in America centralizes its work in behalf of Armenians in Asiatic Turkey. Its Western Turkey mission began in 1819, its Eastern Turkey mis sion in 1836 and it- Central Turkey mis sion in 1847. These three missions com prise fifteen stations and 286 out-stations. There are forty-five missionaries, one medical missionary in Eastern Turkey, forty-two married women and seventy three unmarried women. They employ 7!)1 native laborers. These laborers OC copy 299 places. The Sunday schools number 264. The adherents are esti- | mated at 46,864. There are 112 churches with a membership of 11,181...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1894

i MIRACLE IN TEXAS A H UNUSUAL STATEMENT FOR A REGULAR PHYSICIAN. ', i|\Vii4 Investigated l>\ the Texan < liri-. jb il;iu Advocate, anil is Vouched far l>> I? in-. <'. 11. Stßiisbary. Our representative has made .i careful jivestigation of the 11. E. Bpauldinp case itLiongview which is here published for jtje first time, and which will be read ff j(h great interest by medical men where. In reply to the Christian ljvocale'B questions Mr. Bpaulding said: \bout eight years age while running a locomotive 1 contracted sciatic rheuma tisui in my left side from my hip down. It came on slow bat sure, and in a few months I lost control entirely of that member; it was just the same as if it as paralyzed; 1 was totally unable to move out of my room for a year and a half, six months of which time I was bed-ridden. 1 tried every remedy sug jested, and had regular physicians in constant attendance on me. I was bandied up and sent to Hot Springs, there I spent three months under the...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1894

The Herald, W IFOXD ALLEN. innoß and PUBLISHER OFFWI I/. CITY >' I///:. PnblUhed «v«<ry Friilny evening, 8t l'ull m in. Whitman ominiy, Waghlngton. All Advntiwnßeiita will be continned and charged (or until oninrod "lit. TKliMrt OF BUBSCIUFTIONi 92.00 : >\\.\ . ". !•<>■» The iitis nets Situation. The feature of Dnn h mule review for t'.ie past wick is the announoernar t that B ti inenta of several thousand man urers ioatteied throughout the .il States Bhowe an imreasein total payment of wages of L 5.2 per cent over n Be of 18 9 | er cent in comparison with L 892. A statement t f hands enployed shows an increase of 10.2 per cent oyer L 893, and a decrease pei . pared wil li i iverage earnings for 2 iO,OO > hand js 1 per cent, larger than during last ; M.', per cent less than during the year prerious. These figures are cheering because indicate that the bottom was reached loraa time ago, and thai our in ries are on the ascending scale. [q mci can tile business, Brada...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1894

Helt;hber!y Mention. MOSCOW MATTERS. From tIM Mirr«r, 14th in»t. Our new democratic postmaster bns tnndo his nelectii n« for assistants, and retains Mr. Pogera aw delivery clerk. Mr. 11. L. Hayes, formerly as*istani pott master under Arvid Hinnman, has! been employed and will act ■ ■■int. Mr. J. S. Hogue waa in from his place on the forks of tlie Clearwater t bis w«tek and reports that tome of the wealthy Indians are pre| firing to flght the open ing of the reservation. They olaim that they "ill send a repiesentative to Wash ington to prevent the openicg of the re eerve. Those of the [niiana who arc opposed to the opening are rioh and huvo lar«t> stock interests and fear that the ranges will be taken away from them by the whites. All the kicking a few redskins can do will hardly prevent the government from completing the work now fairly begun, and the Indiana have received their allotments. A large number of the Indians about Lapwai hekl a council at that place last Tues day and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1894

Take no Substitute fc Roya! Baking Powder, It is Absolutely Pure. AH others contain alum or ammonia. Tfa* telephone Monopoly. From 1887 to 1892, a pan of five years, tlio American Bell Telephone company rdsed its capital Btbck from $9,802,100 to .; . ..100,000, or nearly doubled it. It has i nod £2,000 000 debenture bonds and it bus added $1.(515.11 i to its "patent ac e it." In tliis five years, and these the I, st ears of itachief patent, it has added fl 1,814,003 to tli capital on which it col leet:i money and takes in profits from the pi! lie, It lias added ■'■> per cent to its net earnings", which have risen from $2, --£10.500 in 188? to $3.41 1.076 in 1803, rand Its dividends, which were $1,568,303 in 18S7, were $3.910,050 in 1802, or nearly donblod. Now. the American Dell Telephone i ompany holds one-third of the stock of iho local companies and charges them a loyalty for the telephones into the bar j. an By this ingenious plan every man who pays $120 a year for the privil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1894

UMATILLA SCHEME |oney Will W Famished to Reclaim Arid Lands. THE DETAILS OF THE MATTER jhe l'lun I* to l!llv ' !"' Lands, I'ut Wa ter on Them mill Sell Them Back to Their Former Owner* Data Being Collected by Buslneai Men. Pksdletox, Or., December 15. — A (omprehensive plan is being formed to take the place of all other schemes for reclaiming 60,000 to 60,000 acres of Uma tilla county lands. The Umatilla Ditch Company with Samuel P. Bturgis, cashier of the First National Bank, at its head has offered to give up its valuable right of way, engineers' plans and government treaty privileges across the Indian reservation to any one taking hold of the enterprise and push ing it to completion. An official an nouncement was made to-day that the money is ready—s2oo,oooor $300,000, ac cording to needs. The persons furnish- ! ing the capital to the local promoters oiler to put up a $25,000 check as an evidence of good faith, and guarantee that the remainder will be furnished when ready to begi...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 December 1894

Coasting Aoetdent, Roscoe l?nchanan,- *.'ii of Mrs. B. "K. Hanna, met with <, ■■!•'■ ■ serious acci dent on Friday last, while coasting 011 a sidewalk in the ioiith end. A little enow bad been converted into a glare 61 ice on the sidewalk, making fine coast ing 011 the sidewalk on the west side of Mill street. Young "Buchanan, however, was going so fast that he lost control 61 his sled, which collided with a water hydrant opposite Judge Ruby's place. The sled stopped suddenly, and the boy ■hoi on, the back of the sleigh cutting into his right leg, through the fa! and flesh and into the muscle, making an ugly wound< Drs. Benson and Harvey were called and dressed the cut. Young Buchanan will be out in a few days.— Gazette. John Boytl Thatcher n Witness. He fully verifies a disputed world's fair award. John Boj'd Thatcher in laconic and de cisive in his statements. During the lively campaign just closed in New York, this marked him especially as chairman of the democratic state c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1894

W& ftaUnt&ti %tfaVX VOL, 7. NO. 10. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. jlovementfi of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Tlie largest crowd of the season turned out to the F, & A. M. entertain ment last evening. The installation of tlie lodge officer! was followed by a lit erary and musical program that was v%- * -1 1 filled with bright and enjoyable things, and everyone did full duty by tlie supper that followed. Alter the crumbs had been cleaned away the orchestra com menced its intoxicating Strains, and till nearly morning tho light fantastic was tripped, and the success of tho occasion was complete. Mrs. M. E. Kitchen entertained her relatives in ttiis city at dinner on Christ mas day, and in the center of the well nlled table was it dish containing a pyr amid of oranges, the top fruit of the pyramid being an orange of Washington growth. It was grown on a small tree which Mrs. Kitchen cultivate! as a house 'plant. There is no danger, h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1894

THE HERALD. \\ I i i .• i; ■ » i ! »■ n . I'unllahi ' PULLMAN WASH. STILL ON THE RUN, I But This Time the Chinese Fight^ Stubbonlv lor Five Hours. ; EFFECT OF BAYONET CHARGES At I nil Accounts the Second Army of Japan \Vii« Only Ten Mile* From New « hvrang.nnri \v.. ( ii<l i:<mli That City on Sunday, December 83. London, December 25.— Tho Antongj correspondent of the Central News! agency says that General Yamaji's divi- j aion of the second Japanese army has | advanced northward steadily foramonth ■ and December 18 ocenped Kai Ping. No defense was made. December 17 scouts reported toLientenant-G< neral Katsura, then near Laio Yang, that a large force of Chinese had been seen moving in the direction of Laio Yang. This force proved to be the defeated garrison of liai j Chang under the command of General Lung. The Chinese had fled with all possible speed ever since the 13th, when j their position was captured by the en- J emy. They were then In a rather de moralized condition,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1894

SHE WON THE GET. a oii''" you Wahlbnr^** Novel nqucittrlan l'« .st at ii Parisian [I i:. ■',»!■!. j Tie latest nousatlon of tho daj In '.iris „; tho result of a novel bet inado not ween v,> loading ! Ills of the fashionable Joijkfy clv!) in that city. It came about In ibJJ wnj! During n dinner given in honor { ,( tlio winner of the grant) autumn races »j)0 guedta began to tell stories of flne Ljiy-i1!!! i. ,!:;;•. An elderly ofllccr sent Raid that In! thought tho youug uicn of I this generation did not ride vo well as hey l v !i v l in the good old tljys. Thin led to an guii:iut>.'d dlsputd, v»iiich ended by Max Le- "(■oun BVEXINO, GENTLEMEN!" baudy i fferlng ; ibel that he know a lady rHU r that could d i anj I liing wit li a 1 that any man i V iin> >r an\ generation jiail done. The old ofllci r accept! d iho but, ■tipulatlng that th« lady should rldo her I, ii ..• Into the banquet li dl and take a fly ing leap ovor the table without disturbing or touching the wlno bott...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1894

The Herald, W LFOM ALLEN. Editor and Publisher OFFICIAL <ITY I'M'EH. Published entry Friday evening, nt Pull tniu, Whitman county. Washington. A.l Ai!v(>rtij<on)onU< will In- continued »nd ohftrgei] for until orderod out. TEHMB OK SUBSCRIPTION: O\t; YK.'.ii $2.()(> SIX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 The citizens of Pullman should hold a mooting the early part of next week to consider the school question. Ther must be, and is, a way to solve the problem as ii Dow affects this city; ii is iif vital mportance that no time be lost in he solving. Less than half the Whitman county taxes on real estate, for 1893. have been paid. This is a serioui condition of affairs when you take into consideration the fact that the present Benson ba 8 j rather increased than relieved the bur nens, owing.to the extremely low price of wheat. The crop that, was depended on to pay delinquent taxes will in many cases only pay the harvesting expensfs. 7t is not Btrange2.bat under these con- I ditions he peopl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1894

Nrirhberlr Mention. PALOUSE PARAGRAPHS. From the Newi>. 21st last. it. M. Calliscm this week received a letter from his brother iv Oregon which contained a 6tatement of facts more re inarknble than is usual!v found iv the most astonishing works of tkuion. Fortvtwo yean ago Mr. Oallisoa'a father with a party of relatives ih.no overland from Illinria to Oregon. Iv the party was ii young man named Tom Page who wns taken sick while ou the load and one night becoming delirious escaped from the camp which had Ih>.-u pitched on the Colombia river, No trace of him could be found and after a thorough search the party wont on their way sap posing that, the voting man bad been drowned. Nothing had Ix'in hoard of him since but in the letter which Mr. Callison received waa the information that Page's relatives have just I earned that the young man was not drowned bat captured by Indians who held him oaptive for 1 I years in n looality where oommnnication with the whites was im possible. Ai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1894

Health Officers Speako City, State and National Authorities report the Royal Baking Powder in every way Superior to all others. STATE CHEMIST, CALIFORNIA ; The Royal fulfils all the requirements. Our tests show it has greater leavening power than any other. STATE CHEMIST, WASHINGTON: There is no question but . m.is the strongest,purest and most wholesome baking ; v.-t'.er i;i the market. U. 5. QOV'T POOD REPORT; Royal Baking Powder is pure cri_atn of tartar powder, highest of all in leaven ing strength. CANADIAN OFFICIAL TESTS: Royal Baking Powder is cor:; I as ot highest excellence, and shown to be greatest of all in leavening strength. "> I SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF HEALTH: We cordially ap prove and recommend the Royal Baking Powder. It is absolutely pure and healthful, composed of the best ingredients, of the highest strength and character. BOARD OF HEALTH, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON: Finding in analysis that it is entirely free from any adulteration, we heartily recommend the Royal Ear...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1894

UNDER THE BAN. Tope Issues ,i Decree Against Certain Secret Societies. ILETTER SENT TO A BISHOP jlonsl|;nor« Batolll Thinks That Under I lie « iriilili-lniK'i » He Should Not Say '« Anything About the Matter— The Ban IMaeusaed at Different Points. Washington, December 22.—Monsig nore Satolli, the apostolic delegate, says any information concerning the recent letter to Bishop McDonnell affecting Be get Bocietiea mnstcotne from the Bishop, The delegate says his only oilice in the matter was to transmit the communica tion exactly as it came from Rome, and that it involved no action or ruling on his part, lie was asked if the ban of the church was to be placed on other se cret societies than the Knights of I'yth ia-, Odd Fellows and Sons of Temper ance, but he declined to give any inlor ination as to how specific societies were affected or what punishment would he visited upon their individual members incase they continued t heir membership. A high ecclesiastical authority ouside of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 December 1894

An Kxlim-I Voliaii... Skattle, Wash.. D*fl. 86. The fol lowing came to Pnvellup' today by a "homing" pigeon sent by the Tost In telligencer Mount Rainier exploring part v : •'Camp Mountain View, Dec. 26.— While crowing Winthr>p glacier yes terday, Major Ingrabam made an exam ination of the Blame glacier by which the ascent was to have been made and which was filled Dp with ice a*. I suo* bo deep that it would have proven dis nstious. Consequently the summit was not attempted." The expedition has been an entire suc cess. It has demonstrated that while the mountain had been both smoking and steaming, the obaafte ii cue prin cipally to tlie tremenduoria avalanches and not to eruptions. The new pel k observed from Seattle ie of? Columbia's creßt nnd wns formed by spiral winds carrying the snow and whipping it into the cone-shaped peak described. The party will be borne Friday. Young <o l>«> Scaled. MOSCOW. !><-«•. 25, It wotihi seem from lute reports that. W. W. Ttnnf,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

pie ftaltott HrMfo. _____^ VOL. 7, NO. 11. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. — The Rev. W. T. Euster has returned from a trip through the Palouie country where, in connection with the Rev. M. H. Marvin of Pullman, he has been giving a sericß oflectures. Mr. Buster says that a college is being built on Union Flat about six miles frcm Colfax by a new religious organization which has lately been started in that part of the country and which has taken to itself the title of "Saints of God." It is an organisation, which, though only a couple of years old, is growing rapidly, and which has in addition to the faith of the United Brethren church, a belief in faith cure and a literal interpretation of the scriptural injunction to "wash each other's feet."—Spokane Chronicle. —The regents of the college were in session the early part of the week, ami accepted the new administration build ing. The state appropriated...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

.• • fOL, 7. NO. 11. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. opening* in Pullman During the . * Past Week. Hovements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. -The Rev. W. T. Euster has returned from a trip through the Palouse country wh ere in connection with the Key. M. H Marvin of Pullman, he has boon Sdng a series of lectures. Mr. Euster L-8 that a college is being built on Union Flat about six miles frcm Col fax by a new religious organization which has lately been started in that part of the county and which has taken to itself the title of'"Saints of God." It is an organization, which, though only a couple of years old, is growing rapidly, and which has in addition to the faith of the United Brethren church, a belief in faith cure and a literal interpretation of the scriptural injunction to "wash each other'B feet."—Spokane Chronicle. —The regents of the college were in Bession the early part of the week, and accepted the new administration build tog. The state appropriated f">0,000 for thil bu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

THE HERALD-I H iiimi: • \ i I i- >. i ..mui.. . PULLMAN WASH. JAPAN'S CAUTION. No Appointment by Her m v<' "r i'< ■»■'•" < urn in '►•Hill. r-. Washington, December 27.-—No in formation has reached the Japanese le gation in relation to the appointment of Peace Conanilrtloners to treat with the two Chinese Ambassadors recently up pointed. The EUggeßtion is ma ii that tin- Japanese government in probab y awaiting the arrival of the Cliine.-e Am bassadors before making the appoint incut. The Japanese commissioners need not, in fact, bo appointed until some formal proposition if. made by the Chinese envoys. Owing to the fact that communication from Peking to Chinese ports if somewhat delayed on account of frozen rivers and canals, th« arrival of the Chinese in Japan may be delayed for Borne time. Nothing concerning t)i« report that Shao. one of the Chinese Ambassadors, will not be persona gratia to the Japanese on account of hi* action as Governor of Formosa, has been re ceiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

THE HERALD. >Vlt.l'«>U«» Al-1.1-N, i-iii.iu>.. t. IT I.I.MAN " A- "■ ~~~ JAPAN'S CAUTION. No ,\pi>.ili.linrt.l by Her „- v« I of I'i-bcb ri»IIIMII»«H«IHT». Wammnuvon, December 27.—N0 in formation baa reached the Japanese le gation in relation to the appointment of iVace Coinmieeionera to mat with the two Chinese Ambassadora recently ap poinU-d. The enjrgestion in ma ■• that. the Japanese government, is probnb y awaitinur the arrival of the Chinese Am bassador* before making the appoint ment. The Japanese commissioners need not, In fact, be appointed until some formal proposition in made by the Chinese envoys. Owing to the fact thai communication from Peking to Chinet-e ports if somewhat delayed on account of frozen rivers and canals, the arrival of the Chinese In Japan may be delayed for some time. Nothing concerning th« report that Shao. one of the Chinese Ambassadors, will not be perwina u'ratia to the Japanese on account of his action a* Governor of Formosa, has been ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

A WO MIAN'S HKAKT. ONE DISEASE THAT BAFFLES THE PHYSICIAN. Tin- Story of n Wouinii Who SiiH«t«-<I fur Nine Long Yettr*—How She IVus Cured • Valvular disease of the heart has al ways been considered incurable. The following interview therefore will interest the medical profession since it describes, I the successful use of a new treatment for this disease. The patient is Mrs. George Archer of Clifton, N. J., and this publi cation by the XewH is the first mention made of the case by any newspaper. All physicians consulted pronounced the \ patient •suffering with valvular disease of the heart and treated her without the slightest relief. Mrs. Archer said: "I could not walk across the floor; neither J could I go up stairs without stopping to | let the pain in my chest and left arm j cease. I felt an awful constriction about . my arm and chest as though I were tied j with ropes. Then there was a terrible i noise at my right ear like the labored j breathing of some great animal. 1 have...

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