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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

f^vo&s heart; nN£ DISEASE THAT BAFFLES THE PHYSICIAN. ■t*rr of « Woman Who Suffered Thr,,r Nine Lon ß V«»^« She IV« S Cured* „i ,iar di«ea»e of the heart has til- V»»«2sn-iss«lered incurable. The wa ys iZ interview I here f ore willintemt f °WS pro c Bi OII since it deacribea the "Sul use of a new treatment for thJ Ease The patient is Mrs. George thisi disease, i ' , tbJ- ;bli . A«h« r ;. t he v"-* if the first mention C n ld°e of tie case%y any newspaper. All TvSans consulted pronounced the p lift suffering with valvular disease Uriini'trAte! her without the i- Lot relief. Mrs. Archer said: "I SKt walk across the floor; neither 3 Igo up stairs without stopping to % the rain in mv chest an. left arm if Je I felt an awful constriction about T v arm and chest as though I were tied ■*h rones Then there was a terrible : che af my right ear like, the labored n'athinK of some great annual. I have often turned expecting to see some crea ture at niv side. continued Mrs. Archer, •'Last J...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

The Herald, W LFO-iD ALLEN, Editoh and Publisher OFF IVI 1/ ( tTJ I' trr.lt. Pnhltohwl every Satmday morning, «t Pull mm, Whitman county. i»liii«t.m. All AdvertiMtinenti will !>•• oontinned and okarfod I<>t mini ordered <m. ii MB OK BOBSCIUPnON: OVE TE I •?*S2 BIX MONTHS ONLY 1«OO That winter-«chool for farmers is at tracting a go d deal of attention, oh its importance justifies, at.d a largo attend ance is anticipated. I'm-, election of a United States sen ator is attracting more attention through out the state than the matter of needed legislation. Our legislators are not elected for the sole purpose of sending a senator to the national oapitol, hnl they are expected also to show some interest in other state affairs. If Representative Bull and his col leaguas from this county succeed in getting the necessary appropriations for the agricultural college they will have aocomplisbed * great and worthy work. There are other great state interests, but in a peculiar way tbe c...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

The Herald, W LFOSO ALLEN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER mi vi \i. < ii y r i rf.n. rttblinhed every Saturday morning, hi Toll man, Whitman county. \Viu»hin«ton. Ail MieHlewnenti will I* continued and charged for until unleced out. TKUMS Of BUBUCRIPTIOit! OMB V!.. Sli.oo BIX MONTHS ONLY I iH> That winter school for farmers is at tracting a go d deal of attention, as its importance justifies, ami a large attend ance is iiutieipaml. The election of a United States sen atoris attracting more attention through out the state than the matter of needed legislation. Our legislators are uot elected for the sole purpose of sending a senator to the national capitol, but they are expected also to show some interest in other siate affairs. Ik Representative Hull and his col leagnas from this county succeed in getting the necessary appropriations for the agricultural college they will have accomplished a great and worthy work. There are other great state interests, but in a peculiar way the case of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

Kelfhbtrlj Meution. OAKFIELD GATHERINGS. _ m tho jinterprise, 28th inst. Cm Mill*, and M. V. Crnbtree killed a deer four miles and a half north eat 0 Garfleld one day last week. iZebodr elee must have got lost in tte mountains and hollowed around un til they scared it out, 1 p E. Bittinger has lost a fine heifer an d viewed in connection with several etner similar disappearance of stuck from this neighborhood, it looks sus piciously like cattle stealing. Some one entered "The Dive" Fri day night while the proprietor, "Far our" Brown was in Colfax and stole a .quantity of candy. All the trays in one ehowcase were emptied into a sack and carried off. It was evidently the work .of boys as but few cigars and tobaccos ware taken. COLFAX CHATTER. Fro* the Gazette, 28th inst. Married, at th» residence of Judg« E. f, Trimble, in Colfax, Deo. 25, 1894, by the bridegroom's father, Pev. J Cairns James Cairns, Jr., and Miss Emma Lasher, teacher in the Colfax high school. Friday last Sheriff Lat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

>>ithb«rlj Meulion. GABFIELD GATHERINGS. Viomthe Knterprioe, 2Sth iust. Cling Millei mid M. V, Crnbtiee killed a deer four miles and a ha'f north west of Garfield one day last week. Somebody elpe must have got lost in the mountains and hollowed around un til they scared it out. D. E. Bittinger has lost a fine heifer and viewed in connection witn several other similar disappearance of st ck from this neighborhood, it looks sus piciously like cattle stealing. Some one entered "The Dive" Fri day night while the proprietor, "Far mer" Brown was in Colfax and stole a quantity of candy, AH the trays in one showcase were emptied into a sack and carried off. It was evidently the work ■of boys as but few cigars and tobaccos ware taken. COLFAX CHATTER. Frott the Gazette, 28th hint. Married, at the residence of Judge E. T. Trimble, in Colfax, Dec. 25, 1894, by the bridegroom's father, Pev. J Cairns James Cairns, Jr., and Miss Emma (Lusher, teacher in the Colfax high school. Friday last Sh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

"r^ialC 1 .;-„'-';*-» r-.---"!s j»g-??^V-N'-'''^:''^"''»i"''''"i'-'.'?v^'<o»«:;v;: )'» >p iTvJ rTao^i!sssS^ Officially reported, '■-' after elaborate com- .-^ r r , „ •v' petitive tests made f fPK4j^ under authority of $ /^"/fc\ Congress by the '-.Q-. . &°^y 1 Chief Chemist of the ot 1 Jr/-N^» United States Agri- J^ iiira cultural Department, if |g^ j?z^.A Superior to all <? : — other BakingPow* jgi ABSOLUTELY ders in Leaven- 5$ PURE. /V; Strength. &' The most Careful Housewife will use no other. 2 uT*r b fIOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WAIL ST., NEW-YORK. jj^-Qj -i'vyvf^vvv 4a» w<^'^ # v # c^ 1 V* *si» r w? f^ ■■^• fto Kofctntii a i iM.i.i i . :.<'Vfr! No one familiur w:i!i the career of Lmiis Kossuth will for v moment credit the charge that t!.' 1 8] I »did and clu\ al roiis manhood v/hich dared death and < silo for a print?!] lo has j ielded to Ihe baseinflUPiicoof v bribe giver. Ii Is true that William of Orange and Lord ! lacon both statesmen and patriot...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

NORTHWEST NEWS Condensed Telegraphic Reports of Late Happenings. TAKEN HOT FROM THE WIRES Budget of \«>w« for i;h«jt Digestion Prom Different Parts of III* States of Whwli- IngtODi Oregon Hint Idaho —lt*"iu» of Interest to J'aiitlc Coast People. The oyster beds at Bay Center, Wash., 'are being systematically robbed, ami a \rewar ' of $75 is out for the conviction of %he ollenders. The Florence (Or.) West has come out for a new county to be formed from west era Lane and Douglas. There seem a to be no opposition so far to the project. A logging-engine of the largest pat tern made has been ordered in New York by GeorgeL. l>a\is of Hoquiani, Wash. It will be the largest at work on Gray's Harbor. The old organization known as the Chamber of Commerce of Fair haven will take steps to dissolve the corpora tion, as it is now merged into the Com mercial Club. The steamers belonging to The Dalles, Portland and Astoria Navigation Com pany will tie up for repairs January (>. As noon as ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1895

Contract to Ret out ti«». Palodhk, Wash., Jnn. 2.-C. E. Averili who baa jnnt returned from Portland is in the city. While there Mr. Averili contracted wi'h the Oregon Hail way A Navigation Oomptty to n;< Jt out timber and saw at Klborton 60,000tktor2J>(M). 000 feet of lumber. This contract will be a bonenas for the laboring people of the PaJooas oouotnr and will givo oni ployment to all who nmv want work. Besides the above cm true! L, T. Averiil will brine 1,000,000 feel of hn'» down the Palouse from the Idaho mountains. Mr Averill'a father, Captain MA Aver ili <\f California, has been connected with tlteO. B, A N Co. through Gtoodnll, Perkins A Co, at 'ian Francisco since 187«. "WASHINGTON CITY NEWS \\ «MiiiN<n<>N. Deo. 28, IBM, Mr. Cleveland lms more confidence in the coming republican congress than in the existing democratic! congress, or else he in pretending that lie hue, in order to induce the democrats in congress to paw the Carlisle currency bill or some ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1895

fpje ftalltiiw ItcMft VOL. 7. NO. 12. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled * by the Herald. —The gentle chinook has lingered with us this week, till the snow has about disappeared, and down every hillside tiny streams gurgle in their hurry to join forces with the South Palouse and then ultimately taste the salt of the Pacific. Wheeling and sleighing are now about on a par, neither being even passable, Persons who are willing to board farm ers during the winter school for farmers should leave their address with President Bryan, stating their term for board and lodging. The list will be open for in spection by the farmers who attend. The terms must be reasonable. —The following officers were installed by the local I. O. 0. F. lodge last Satur day evening: Monroe Bryant, N. (J.; R. A. Farr, V. G.; J. S. Klemgard, E. 8.; S. B. Judßon, P. S.; Jno. Squires,.T. —Alf Ooolidge, of Colfax, A. I". Me- Olaine, of Tacoma, and J.J. Hum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1895

THE HERALD. HIIIUII • AIXRNi I .. .H. 1.. r. PULLMAN WASH. LABOR TROUBLE. White Men r.fn««- a ii i'im lon, and N«>- irori A i •■ lin |Xiii t ii. \\ 188111 ii mi. < »i\. .l.iniKii v 8. I Abor troubles have broken out anew in Coos county, and the termination of the pres ent condition of affairs la ■ subjei : now being thoroughly discussed I" almost every citieen of this county. I >-t month the Beaver Hill Coal Company had fifty negroes, some of them with famil r imported from Weal Virginia i<> operate the mines. The white force on t ye ol the arrival ol the negroes was rednced in pay to 4 r > cents per ton, and conse quently Mll'l' The arrival of the negroes disclosed the fact that they wore \> rj much disappointed and said the compa ny's agent grossly misrepresented the facts. Only a few of them have gon« to work, and they are disgusted. A portion <>t them have started on then- return home, and the coal miners at Libhy have subscribed a large sum of money l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1895

PAPER MAKING LORI-. EGYPTIANS WERE FIRST TO DISCOVER THE G"EAT ART. From Verbal Message Bearers to Inscrip tions Iputi Stones :.iid Then Cpon Metal*. Making Kgypllan Paper—The Ingenuity of lite Chinese. 1> ;ill ages people have been compelled tn comninnicute with each other. At a very early period of tho world's » xisti nco runt' material mi whii i to iuseribo any iuformation which tin y wished toconvey to others was found necessary. Verbal messages, though often employed by an cient nations as a means of conimunica tion, were not always possible to use. Secrets had often to be transmitted, and it was a severe trial of a bearer's fidelity to intrust him with private affairs. Many tales are related in history and in legends of trusty messengers who yield ed up their livei rather than make known the secret, which no torture could drag from their lips. Still failures were not uncommon, and human ingenuity set to work to invent some material on which to inscribe signs which could ha ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1895

The Honild, W LFOSD ALLEN, Eoitoh and Publisher] ,•* . OFFICIAL Vtrr PAPER. I'liiiiichcil *<very Saturday morning, «t Pall- j m in, Whitman oonnty, WMhimtton. All AdT*»"rtl«iinro«ti wiU 1- coutimied nnd ohnr^ivl for until ordered «>«''• TI.KMK OK SUDBCItIITION: OSKVK- d «3.00 Si\ MONTIISUNLY I;*>O 'I'm attendance at the college and school of science is now nearly 200, and 200 brighter, or more intelligent BtU (lents were gathered together. There is no comparison whatever be tween Walla Walla's two aspirants for be senatorial toga. Ankeny's dollars ur Allen's ability are the considerations. Thb state university will ask for aa sppiopriation nearly twice as large as will the agricultural college. However, the educational question should receive tha attention i^f the legislature, and th»* appropriations should be liberal. There is no matter t>f more vital importance to the whole people, The senatorial ques tion in not in it. with the educational, and th<>re should be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1895

Nfirhberlr Mention. LEWISTON LOCALS. From the Toller, 3d inst. Owing to the fast increasing flow of the ice the eteamois Lewis ton, Spokane and Alniota, have been compelled to go into winter quarters, the two former at Log Cabin and the latter at Almota. The boils were hauling considerable freight to this section, and i; is a great inconvenience to the many shippers at this puint that they were compelled to tie up. Warwick Medium, Felix Warren's trotting colt died last week at Spokane, the result of an accident while being unoarrad at North Yakima, This colt. as a two-\ear-old, held the Northwest record, as a three-year-old established a mark of 2:'2\ and gave proiiiiee of devel oping great speed. Ho was a valuable horse, and Mr. Warren's friends will re gret to hear of his misfortune. KENDRICK KICKS. From the Timen, 4tli inst. The:e is a report that Moses accom panied by other prominent Indians of the Nez Perce tribe, will visit Washing ton city and endeavor to hasten the pay ment ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1895

Qgj wise will not In- persuaded in- Br wfln i vlj some dealers wish to sell for tlie sake of the additional profit derived there from. Crudely mixed from low-grade, impure ingredients, such powders cost but halt as much to make as the highly refined, abso lutely pure Royal Baking Powder, although retailed at the same price. The)- are un wholesome and lacking in leavening strength. Royal Baking Powder gives the greatest value for its cost, and there is no other powder or preparation that will give such satisfaction, or make such pure, wholesome and delicious food, or which in practical use will be found so economical. Old Gold la Scarce.. All sorts of curious things are sold for the precious metal they contain old watches that are broken beyond repair, old seal rings and ringn that were once set with gleaming gems, A broken locket once contained a miniature and probably holds the secret of a romance. A brooch is made of the light colored gold of over 100 years ago and still holds a l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1895

NORTHWEST NEWS Condensed Telegraphic Reports of Late Happenings. TAKFN HOT FROM THE WIRES lliwlget of News for Ka«y Digestion From Different Hart* of the States of Wash ington. Oregon mill Idaho— Items of Interest to I'Hcili*- Count People. Spokane built 400 houses in 1894 at a cost of something like $750,000. A. Fetech, a Medford ' v or.) tailor, drew $500 in a lottery last week. Fred Harford of Pat ha is experiment ing with a new current wheel, for which he has secured a patent. It is for irriga tion purposes. "Uncle Billy" Gilliam is circulating an initiative and referendum petition in Morrow county, Or.; also one for a new State constitution. A very pleasant family reunion was held at the residence of J. P. Humph reys in the Waldo Hills near Macleay, Or., on Christinas day. There were present seven children and twenty-six grandchildren. The Pendleton Wool Scouring and Pro ducing Company has tiled supplemental articles showing that its capital stock had been increased from $12,00...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1895

YASHINGTON CITY NEWS Wpaoinl ('»rrMpetidalio«>. \\A«Hii<aTO!(, Jan. 4, 1895. General confusion, general di«triißt and general disaster nr» now contending for tbo control of the democratic major ity in Cong and of the administra tion. Instead of returning from their holiday in a more united condition the democrats are. if such • thing be pos sible, "ider apart on the financial ques tion thnn they were when the r«coßi adjournment wu taken. Debate was renamed in the home on the currency bill without any idea of what is to be the outcome. The men who ought to be the leaders of the democrats are in doubt not only ai to what they on Bht to do, but also «s to what following they will have should they decide upon what to attempt. So mo are advising the belding of a caucus and others are saying thai :i caucus will only nggru vate the existing division, Mr. ('lev. land baß intimated quite strongly that he baa a mind I ■ Bend >i special message to congress, pleading for some patriotic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1895

fPje /I I Him'-^¥ iHf *I=l #/f^H/1 ii VOL, 7. NO. 13. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —In his message to the council, pub lished in this issue, Mayor Squires, in speaking of the last bonds issued, s ys that there was a saving of two per cent. in favor of the bonds over the wairants which they were intended to replace. In tact there if a saving of lour per cent., as the warrants issued at that time were drawing and do still draw ten per cent., the bonds thus saving the city if 1010 per year instead of the $520 as stated in the mayor's message. Ex-Mayor Neill. in his lirat message to the council advocated the changing of the warrant indebted ness that was drawing 10 per cent, inter est to the bonded indebtedness drawing six per cent., and the old council was not slow to see the advisability of the project, and thus, as soon as the remain ing bonds are sold, the city will save in interest $1040 annually. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1895

THE HERALD. HII I HIE ' AI.I.KN. I uliil-i.. ■ PULLMAN* WASH. THEY'RE AFTER CUNST. kHii FtudirMK i%u«ln v»> 1 ici > Iliinii |IH<I 111 Moil. s\n Fhancibco, January 1"» — Pwo ■ muster DltN meetings were h. hi in this city this afternoon to proteel again*! 'he appointment o! M. ITTGunst a- Police Commissioner; to denounce local polit ical corruption and to protest against district Attornej Knight for not '■.* the arrest ..: C. I. Huntington. Ihe tirst two subjects came in for thegreater attention from the various (• peak ere. Dr. Elberl Dille addressed the big audi ence thai crowded odd Fellows' Mali to the doois, filling gallery and Hoor, until there w.i- not a seat left. Held at the instance of th law and order league, it was a significant and enthusiastic dem onstration, marked by fiery npeeches and followed to the close by the hearty accord ol a gathering wholly in earnest. It. Dille compared the government of a Republic to a pyramid, Baying : "Only two things can reach th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1895

Ten MinutGS to Twelve. By M. G. M'CLELLAND. "A good thing for the original dish holder too, sometimes," the patient re sponded, weak enough to feel the relief of divided responsibility. 'Tvealone some sort of conviction that my pi-ty will turn nut a sodden failure without pretty vigorous stirring fro»u an outside spoon. The fit l--, I'm in an uncom monly deep hule, ail shall be thankful for a l'l iendly hand to pull me out. You 7uust not let me interfere with yourown plan*, however. It n"".iis I've got to rest temporarily or else eternally; but that's no reason you should !>•' inconven ienced." "That's all ri.u'ht," Royal declared. "Don't vex your mind on my score. I'm holiday making, and my time is at my own disposal. There's nothing to pre vent mv Ntoppiii 1-,' over a week if I want to. Then I don't mind telling yon that I'm interested in yourcas* —would like to watch it a bit, in .short. Force of habit, you see; there's nothing like it, eh, doctor? You know how it is your self...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1895

The Herald. W LFORD ALLEN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Vuli!i»hiHl iiVory Saturday morning, nt Poll tmn, Whitman county, Wiuhinctton. AIJ A(lvorticcinoiit« will 1»' contlnn#d Mid ohwge^ <ir until ordorwl "li 1. TV'.r.Mrf OF BDIWCKIPTIONj o xi: YK/./t $2.00 SIS MONTHS ONLY >-uo Tiik state can congratulate itself if Allen ih elected senator. W> believe that if the question was left to a vote of the people, tt at John 15. A leu would be elected I. S. senator, Au.kn iH the best qualified man in the state, for senator. If ilepresenta tive Hull casts his ballo*, for John B. , the people of Pullman will applaud, Tiik citizens of Pullman are especially interested in the suooess of the "winter school for farmers," which begins at the agricultural college on January 28th and foiitiuiioN for three weeks. It is cot alone that we are a hospitable people .tuJ will welcome ho intelligent and pro gressive a Bet of men as the farmers who attend will be; it is not alone tbat ma...

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