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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1895

Neighborly Mention. MOSCOW MATTERS. From the Mirr«r, 11th inst. Mr. \V. H. RobarUoa lad Wm, Ogles bee returned from .« hunting trip ou the headwaters of the Grand Roode river in Oregon last Monday. Thej have b*ea out sinO6 fiirlv iii Nevember Bod report having had an ex-ellent time. As i tropbj of the hunt they brought back a pair of antlers ti ken from a large mule deer killed in November. The horns are over two feet long aud have eight or nine points on each; they are on exhibi tion at Holt & Rober' son's and a uum ber of sneciators are continually admir ing them. On Moudav last F. It. Donahue was arresled on complaint of R. D. MeCon uell on a charge of arson, and the pre liminary was set for Thursday. The arrest was bronght about by a confes sion made by one McDonald, alias Me Innery, who acknowledged that he burned the hotel building belonging to Donahue, but he charges that he waa to receive 8100 for the work. The char acter of McDonald is such that no cred ence can b<* ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report R»g KSSiS ABSOLUTELY PURE LMIGI • 1\ In Thonannda nl I rciirh < inndliins An Hnarniluu Into "<.-•.» Knicluml Under I lie beading of "A National Ca lamity!' the Montreal Witness prints the report of h corres«ponTtenl "!h> had been Kent to investigate the proportions of lie emigration to New Knuland now flowing fnmi the rural districts near I In- city of (Juvlx-c, li appeal's," according totheesti mate of the railway agents at Quebec and I.i \ i-. that ihe Inhabitant* of this section of French Speaking Canada are abandon- Ing their homes to an extent hitherto un paralleled, tin- average number of depar- urea being from I*k i to i.V) ii day from cadi of iln principal Htiitioriit nn the lines run i Ding to 1 hr northeastern states. This lons of jM)pulnti(in is Irreparable. Km Igrant* from Kurope cannot bo induced to occupy'the forsaken farms so long .-i- the provinctl of Queliec is included in he Do minion of Canada!...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1895

NORTHWEST NEWS Condensed Telegraphic Reports of Late Happenings. TAKEN HOT FROM THE WIRES Budget of News for Kasy Digestion From IHll'e-rpnt Parts of the states of Wash ington. Oregon ami Idaho—ltems of Interest to Tactile Count People. The annual cut of wood at Meacham, Or., is 8,000 cords. The Dalles, Or., boasts of unsurpassed coasting on the hills. Miss Emma Driscoll has been elected City Librarian at Spokane. Eugene, Or., is collecting a carload of provisions for the Nebraska sufferers. The Tacoma Poultry Association's lirsit annual show will be held from January 15 to 10. Proposed amendments to the Spokane city charter would reduce the salary list by $16,000. "The Astorian predicts great activity in road construction by the Clatsop county farmers next spring. The A. P. A. will establish State head quarters at Olympia during the session of the Legislature. According to Librarian Gilbert's re port the Washington Mate library has over 211,000 volumes. Suit has been brought at Sea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1895

WHEN ARE WE "LADIESr term. John I* SurprUrd to DSMWe* T»i»t It 1- Not All «| 11... 1 Illir. *l had au experience t««l;.y." said Mrs. John an »hr broke off a bit of her soup brrad last night and began daintily to *ij> her cream of asparagus, "You have so many."" 1 replied, "that It should beMio novelty, and they are all Interesting," I finished invitingly, thoogh I knew I should pet the "experience* 1 without this little top. Mrs. John mere!/ Bached her eyebrows, ••It Was a small one." she went on, "but it is one of so many similar that it iet me to thinking afterward during my ride up town." 1 waited. "I was in a shop near ■ crowded coun ter to which I vainly tried to pi a© when I saw a woman complete her par shase,pay her money and stand waiting for the change. Ithoughi thiaanoppor tunity, and I -;• :>• ' ■ i !'- 'Maj I have your place, ; , if* sou are throu :■. •Not until 1 am through,'she replie<] coldly, without even turning her head. and Bheatoo I th( re m :irly five m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1895

fPie ftalimair fbfaltt VOL, 7. NO. 11. LIFE AT COLLEGE. What is Being Done at the Agricultural College. Things at That Popular Institution Keep on the Move. New students are appearing in our classes every day. Look out for the Sniggles family this evening. Admission, 15 cents. The literary societiea are doing excel lent work now. Look out for Saturday night! Mrs. Garrison and Miss Johnson, of the city, Joined our horticulture class Tuesday. We wonder what that flag is (or that Miss Howard and the girls are prepar ing to make. The physical labratory of the new building is beiug furnished for the farm ers' school, which commence next Mon day. The horticulture class has taken up the apple graft this last week. We can look for lots of new orchards in the near future. A third literary society is being organ ized by taking a number from each of the old societies. The rapid increase of Btudents is the cause. The Columbian literary society will treat the public with the first entertain ment...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1895

| By Authority of Congress i| I U. S. Gov't I I Baking Powder | «g Tests. | .jj The report ofthcfinalyscsof Baking Powders, made ;V) <s ... HI) by the I . S. Govcrnmcni (Chemical Division, Ag'l ij£) '■ Dep't), shows the Royal superior to all ether powders, !g /-^, and gives its lcavcningstrength and thestrength of each q ;V) of the other cream of tartar powders tested as follows : '•&) m V} 1.1-.AVIAIVi HAS. & ${ ... . ® Tcrcont. Oublo In. per ob. JS |< ROYAL, Absolutely Pure, 13.06 . . 160.6 >jg ® j 12.58 . . 151. 1 0 ® The OTHER POWDERS i 11.13 • . i33^> ® ® TESTED are reported to con- \ 10.26 . . 123.2 *D ® tain both Eimc and sulphuric ( 0.53 . . 114. ':' ® acid, and to bo of the follow- ; 9.29 .111.6 + int; Strengths respectively, ( 8.03 . . 96.5 ® I \ 7 .,S . . 8 7 . 4 I (•*: . . $ (a) These tests, made in the Go '; Laboratory, by impartial '>) (■*) and unprejudiced official chemists, furnish the highest © ® evidence that the '• [loyal" iiihe best baking ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1895

THE FIRST WEEK - Nothing of Great [mportance lias So Far Occurred. the; senate retrenchment Th*» Commit II iv«-. However, Keen Appointed, and a Perfect Doluga of Mill- Is Now l.\|iciliil — l.ii\nr House Kit vni'ii lilt* lo K<t i tin h nii'ii I. Olymhia.—The first week of the fourth session of the Washington Legislature lias passed without much being accom plished toward needed legislation. The Senate is fully organized and ready for business. In fact several lulls have been introduced and referred to the proper committees. In the Honseorganisation has been perfected so far as the election ' of the more prominent officers and clerks and appointment of committees are eon- j cerned. There are to h» several com mittee clerks selected next Week. It was decided Wednesday that no hills ' should be ottered until the standing committees were announced. In conse- GOVKBNOH JOHN 11. M'QBAW. quence the members of the House have put in their time introducing resolutions and <liscu.-sniL r m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1895

The Herald,; WiFO-iD ALLEN. Editor and Publisher y OFFICIAL CITY " i/ l E R, Published etorjp Hatuulny morning, nt Pull- | m us, Whitman county, \¥iuihini;t<»n. t AD A.lvi>Mis.pim>nt*« will )>« coutinned and , charged for until ordarod ont. TlittMa OK BUBHCUtITION: 6\K w:,.a $2.00 8;\ MONTHS ONLY ... >-°° , Tn "Winier school for farmers" opens at the agricultural college next Monday. Every farmer who possibly ■.i! should attend from the first, as be will surely be benefited thereby. Retresbntative Bull support* and rotes for Leyi Aukeny for U. 8. senator, Mr. 801 l would come nearer voting ac cording to the sentiment of his constit uentß in this locality if be supported j either Allen or Turner. In Idaho the legislature is having as difficult a time electing a U. S. senator as is our own legislature. Sweet and Bhoop are th« leaders. Moscow repub licans are not loyal to their townsman, Sweet, and will .doubtless be the means of defeating that gentleman. Idaho | can do ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1895

Nfirhbarlr Mention. KENDRICK KICKS. From the Times. ISth inst. Col. Lane is now completing the roll of Indiana that aw to receive a chare of the big payment of $626,222 to the NYz Percys for the relinqaishment of their lands, and it is probable that payment of the money will begin on or ab nt March first. R. M. Walker, of the Lincoln Hard ware Go., always has something worth pet>ing on exhibition at the store. Just now a large Rooky Mountain eagle in habits a cage there, it having been cap tured on Big ]s»>ar ividge. Two tine epecimetis of bear hiJes, which were tanned perfectly by Mr. SaUler of Lin den, may also be seen. William iienson, whom we reported last week as having discovered the re mains of Wiliiam Lea, who perished in the snow, returned to this city yester day to make his final report to the offi cials of Shoshone county. Himself and partners have buried the body, ani he says that not a trace of injury could be discovered thereon. Deceased had tramped the mow in di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1895

THE HERALD. WH.Ki»lt'» At.I.KN, !,,,!.... PULLMAN . WASH. THE UNION PACIFIC Separate Ut'ceivers Graiitfil for the Main Line of the Itoitd. THE RECEIVERS APPOINTED I <iri'<ln»nr<' li> lu«l M "it i; <■ llontl llnlil, l * I oil gill Not In Ire ml 11 i- Hi. --< .ii i in mull i'» [utt*r«at« — Ureter Uov ••i * *•!• \ iii I'ype-Wrllt«*n I*»k*hi. St. Louih, January 2.">. — United Slates Circuit Judge Walter 11. Nanborn to-day handed down a decision upon applica ion of I',. Gordon Dexter and Oliver Ames, second trustees for the lir»l mort gage bondholders of tin- Union Pacific Railway Company, for a separate re •eiver for the portion of the Union Pa •i fie system covered by the first mort gage. The decision on the order covers ■even closely type-written pages, and in effect grants the application. The re ceivers appointed are the erfuie as those now in charge of the entire system; viz. : !. 11. 11. Clark, Oliver W. Mink, 1.. Kl lery Anderson, John W. Doane and Frederic l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1895

lull l?ilIlUl)Jc) U I iWOII . By H. G. M'OLELLAND. Matters went smoothly for tv boy's choice of a profession fell in with Uor wishes for him. Th< re had always been physicians in the lioynl family—some distinguished ones. The lo\ aliug might be said to run i:i the blood. At one-and-twenty John Royal re turned from Philadelphia witu I in tl ;> --lima in his pocket, and la. filled bis destiny by falling in love witu hia cousin Phyllis, then a girl of 16. A boj and-girl marriage was no part of Miss Royal's plan for the young people. She wanted John to become a di tl iuguished surgeon, and as liis whole heart, or rather mind, waa set on his profession, she yielded readily to hia v. ish for a few years in the Vienna and Paris hospitals. An engagement between the cousins was -auctioned, and the understanding was thai the marriage should take placeas soon as. in her aunt's opinion, Phyllis should be old enough. Of the reasons for six years' delay of his marriage, and of his residence...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1895

CALIFORNIA HLHMITS. tirn rwnlnc Th.lr I i\t « in l.ll«« SolttviU on iln> Mount i.ii Top*i Is man essentially a social animal? Tlio scientists sft) so. But in tho mountains of California- there are almost enough men who for years b:ivo lot! a life of ut ter hulitmlo to disprove tho goncralizo^ tion. Those mountain hermits can be found scattered through the Sierras and tin coast raugo from one end of tho state to the other. They are particularly nu tncrons through this region^ centering about the Yoseniito valley nnd extend* Ing far back into tho high Sierras. Some of them wei guides in tho alley, ethers have been minors, and wino again seem to have taken up the life of solitude simply because they tike it. To this cl.i belongs old P. li. Gibson —"Ol«l (Jib." as ho is generally called— who lives on a mountain ranch, He, ia ■event] -five years old; but is possessed of as much physical strength arid endurance as the averago man of half his age. 110 came thirty years ago from Tennesse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 February 1895

. ' . - .- - - V()fc 7. NO. 15. WILSON IS [ TOR. The Senatorial . Ankeny Withdrew i c Saw His C.iS*.' was Hopeless Olympia, Feb. Ist.—Special telegram to HERAUK—The sanatoria! fight waa settled in caucus last night when John L. Wilson, receiving the necessary 4 1 votes, was declared the nominee of the republican party, Ankeny having with drawn. The caucus vote gavp Wilson. 44; Dunbar,27; Brents,3; McMillan, 6. Bull presented Dunbar's name. In joint m today Wilion was elected on first ballot, receiving 80 votes, to 6 for Wal lace, democrat, and '1 1 for Westcott, pop ulist. —Monday night the choir from the Congregational church chartered a sleigh oftheold fashioned variety, with hay rack for seats, and alter inviting a num ber of triends to participate with them, started for Moscow to \ it-it the choir in that city according to pre-arranged plan. The sit igh contained 17 merry souls, »nd the ride was one continual round of ad venture. First tiif Bleigli broke down, and then, alter wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 February 1895

THE HERALD. —, WII.KOK ' All.ll>, luhll.hxr. PULLMAN WA£H. FROM THE INCOME TAX. Tli«> R*V«ItMC i* I -I mil.-l »l I Iff J Mil lion Dwltwra, Wakhinotox, January 39, Members Oi » ongreM Who believe th.'lt tin 1 inc. >me lax is an equitable method ol raining revenue* are gratified at tbe unexpected ly good showing of the preliminary can vase made by the Collectors oi the In ternal Revenue al the direction of Sec retary Carlisle They helieve that the greater the amount realised from this tax the more popular it will become and the more firmh rooted as a parl of the nolle; of the government. McMillin of Tennessee says that if a large per cent of the revenue of the government is de rived from this plan any attempt to re pea) it before tin' expiration of the five year limit fixed in the Wilson bill will be exceedingly unpopular; that the greater the revenue, derived from it the greater will he the probability oi its re enactment at the end of its term. Be fore the proposition to ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 February 1895

Ten Minutes to Twelve. By M. G. ITOLELLAUD. He was vexed and tormente i by :v de lay which threatened shipwreck to bit scheme by depriving him of the titn< necessary for explanations and r 'adjust ments. His sympathy aud interest bar become so involv ■ 1 thai he had come t< feel ;i personal pride in carrying the uf fair through to a mccessful iasue—l< feel that he had heralded himself to en ter the lists against caprice and injua tii-t-. and was in danger of failure, noi through lack of prowess, but through extraneous and exasperating circum stances. So completely did the mattei absorb and possess him that obstacles instead of daunting his resolution and causing him to reconsider the situation only aroused and concentrated his forcei as though they had been obstructions ii the path of his individual hopes and fortune. He was anxious also about the patieni he had been compelled to leave in tht care of an inexperienced young fellow downy with graduation honors and sell confid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 February 1895

The Herald, W IFOID ALI.FN. EDITOR AMD PuBUSHin o rriciALtci ty irtr t: i: . I'nWUhwl ov.rv Sstimluv rnorntnjl, nt I'ull iiu':, lYUiintan county, \Va«hliMjU>n. A!); *•'••■- t!i-.>ni.-:iis will !>•• ooulinnwl nml cbarcod f»r until onion .1 out. rUUMH OF iJUHBCKUI'IpNi 0 i: YK ; B Sii.oo S:s MONTHS ONLY ' °" Why in it I bat certain <>f tbo city saloons keep open bouse on Sunday? Washington 1- doing nobly in ■ "tl • in •■ niil to the sir cken Nobrnekanp, Pullmnn will ecnd out another car-load of produce today. A REMARK we now often hear from the farmers ho are attending ibe farm ers school is that "those college pro fessors understand their business." Three weeks of the session of the legislature lias now passed. Hundreds of I ills have been introduced, an '• now ♦Iv» .'oik c)f sorting the wheat from the chaff will occupy the legislators. R ;-i;i si \r\rn a Bull cbauged his vote frc-m Anken\ to Turner while he latter was n the field for senator. He is now voting for Anko...

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

NHffhberly Mention. COLPAX OHATTEB. From the Comaont r, 85th inst. pg com ordered ! v Mgr. Satolli to examine the cause trou! | ■ \ ■•r.vtr, with ilif Col ton pries I as secretary, ;^ now in session ;it Coltoo, : me important change brought aboul bj Mil* inyestigation rr;iy ' ; r for the Unioiilown congregation. I. W. Games, on last Friday, made an assignment of his general na. rchan as in 1 iolfax end Paloase ('itv to E. M. Warner for the benefit <>f his creditors. His liabilities are estimated at $8,000 an . his assets foot up about, $1:1.000. [natality to realize on out standing af 1 ants was the cause. The stock in the two stores will be disposed of at assignee's sale as soon as the in ventory dow being taken is completed. From the Gazette, 'JTiili iu-t. A Bnowball was tlirown through one of tbe large window panes in the Ten reesee restaurant building Wednesday. It was thrown with such velocity that it made a round bole about its own size similar to the hole which would be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 February 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U.S. Gov't Report Rstll Powder Ab&olutecy pure Two x i< *i« "I tli>' N iiuin'- Dnngcr. The Rev. Dr. ['uttou«i>okt» sorrowfully in hi* baccalaureate sermon before the gradual i class of Princeton university. lli- thinks that religion is losing its power over. the ju'opl' 1 i [ero i- one ft Ins re marks: "The (liinjurur to this nation is nut im migration, or the export of gold, or wrong ideas of the tariff, or state social ism. Our danvjer is that wo urn losing Bij^ht of the fjreat iieritage of the Pun tans — Faith in manhood, allegiance to conscience, belief in God." We cannol hack up this statement. It not a;,ive wit ii our own observa tion The!-, are yet faith and conscience in the community, and tln'ne things are not v hei Puritunisin alone Re ligion liaa tu>l been undermined, Moral itj is a powi rin the ill<- of mankind, It seems to us i hat theroureabundant hope and lull assurance for all those who are themselves stro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 February 1895

NORTHWEST NEWS Condensed Telegraphic Reports of Late Happening?. TAKEN HOT FROM THE WIRES Budget of Xfwn for Ka*jr Digestion From Different rm-i« of th« NtMtei of Waali iii^toii. Or. i;.hi mid Ifliilm —ItfiiiH of Intercut to I'ucidu C'omt People. The Walla Walla Club will add a gym nasium to its equipment. The Huntßville (Wash.) mills are turning out 100 barrels of Hour daily. A gray eagle measuring (i feet 5 inches from tip to tip was shot near Peiidleton recently. Ice seven inches thick is being cut and housed at The Dalles, Or., at the rate of tifty tons a day. The mills of Ashland and Medford, Or., are purchasing wheat from the Umpqua Valley. Pendleton, Or., lias received an install ment of 400 books lor the public library, making 1,200 in all. A nugget valued at $75 was picked up in a placer mine on Oscar creek, Joseph ine county, Or., last week. The business men of Whatcom are considering the question of establishing a fruit and vegetable cannery. . The La Dow block at Pendlet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 February 1895

A Mmnui' l'< alti. Thomas Odell. a young man of twen- ! ♦jr-tN years. Uviujj M-Vuii uiilci* hack of Green'tipl Ky.. haa m< t <U-.Uh in iititrauge manner. lie had LwJen a pnzzlu to phy- BiaausfofßcvenU y<.-.•<•;. lit; wasiuloctod by what he atw to tiiibli'un oxtciit tbat when hu indulged in bwf eating nbout an hour aiterward ho would become restless and winder out iv search of Cattloand bellow as an ox.aud would got down on his bands and knees r.nd Kit Bra*!* likoacuw. When lit* partook 01 mutton'Ms rVi'tioua \vcro llioso of iij ihoep; and lie would pla,iutivcly bleat likon 1..;.."'. '.» ~:■■ ■■ hi ate clJcki n ho Would j;o < vi : ud Bcvat ;h for \y< nna, which' ho would devour with apparent i ri-iihh. After eating fish lib .would wander to the en, k an-! yoin Bwiuuiiiug. Ouoday bisjfathcr Icillotl soveral wiuirrols.;-.of which tho son uto heavlilyl'or diuncr. He left tho house I^l h■ iiftcr imd was followed by thu futhi r. The father fiiiw hiui'criter an oak gro...

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