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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 February 1895

SQhe Heftttt. % J ■**» VOL. 7. NO. 16. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Dr. S. B. Nelson, n veterinary sur geon of Spokane, delivered several very instructtve lectures before the farmers' school this week. The doctor says that when he came down to Pullman he ex pected to find possibly 25 or 80 fanners attending the winter school, and that he was ,couipletely surprised Tuesday when 110 were present to hear his ad dresses, and that it has been a continu al surprise since to see the steady growth in attendance. J»r. Nelson is a member of the Woodmen lodge, and while here attended a meeting of the local lodge, and incidentally made many friends both in and out of the lodge. —About twenty-live couple from Pull man attended a select ball at Moecow, Friday evening, Feb. Ist, given by the Komos Olub of that place, at which music was furnished by Greenwood*! orchestra, of Pullman, All expressed themselves an ha...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 February 1895

THE HERALD. 1 Wll.FOltll AI.I.KN, ruhllnl..r. PULLMAN WASH. THE LOAN NEGOTIATED. Administration Salil i«. lie Sneuemiful In Its Effort Chicago; February s.—The Herald's Washington correspondent says: So far m Washington it concerned the finan cial flurry is over. It became known here to-day thai the administration had been successful in it- efforts to negotiate a loan of gold in Europe. To-day the statement is made in high quarters that the loan may be for $200,000,000 in stead of for $1,000,000. Foreign houses are willing to take $200,000,000 on terms which will make the interest rate no more than 3** per cent, ami perhaps leas. Though the negotiations are being conducted in Sew York, the principals are in Kurope, notably the house of Rothschild. If any part of the loan is j to be placed with American hanking houses that mußt be arranged hereafter. Up to this time the negotiations have been almost entirely with representa tives of foreign houses. New York bankers have been to some ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 February 1895

lull ImiivJUUc) uj i ifOIVO. By M, G. irOLELLAND. The lad, busy with hi- hone ;in 1 in teal on speed, was Bil int. The road lefi the woods and emerged onto a lovelj plateau, gently rolling and stivlded witl groups of superb trees— oak. hickory maple and »W( itgutn, It whs sheltered by hills and carpeted with Bhorl irras which showed green even in J>. •> ?n 1 »-r Near the center, amid a clamp <>f oaks, stood a quaint, picturesque Btonechnrch. with pointed win lows and ivy covered walls. It was inclosed by a Btone fence, and the space inside was evidently used for a burying ground. Under the trees, outside the iiiclos.ire, a Spring trusheii forth, near which were racks fur horsta ami a place where the animals mighi drink. Royal noticed several vehicles. spring wagons mostly, standing about, and horses, a dozenorso, some tied to tin racks and some to s\vinj,ritiL,r limbs, ac cording as their dispositions were sedatt or nervous. Hpotswood drove round to a side gato. and a ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 February 1895

The Herald, W FOiD ALLEN. EOITO* and Publisher OFFICI XL < •r/'i r~/;.T/*bk. Ptililifthm] fvery Hnlutdny morning, hi I'ull m hi. Whitman conuty, Washington. Ail AJTortifciiK'iiiM will In- ronlinned and chargini f"r until ordered <"it. n.UMS OF BUIWCKIITION: Onk m-:.. ,i »-.«>«> SiX lIONTHS ONLY 1.00 11« vii" ip s! lil without i '• : ■.'■ or. VVbnt'B th« nautter with Sweet? tie's t he man for t lie | ilace. .lons I. \\ ii.-on lias gone to the na ii ( ■,i| iii ill, and -ill Boon t ake his scat as Senatoi Wilaon. v i r till the nexl term of congress wilj Waahingtoß stale have a full delegation at Washington city. The progressive farmer will "diver aify." That Washington has n good many progressive farmers is evidenced by the large attendance at the school for farmers. Till-, country will doubtless be blessed ( 'J. i with another of Groyer'a "extraß." The regular aeeainn is almost more than the people can stand, but there is the consolation that March next democracy will hav...

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

XfirhlMiiy Mention. LEWIS TON LOCALS. From tho Teller, 81 ult. The Chinese New Yearn festivities have been ia progress all week, sod Trill end Friday evening. Fire crackers and bombs have been put to good use, and few there are in town who have not re ceived a generous treat of some kind from the hands of our Mongolian citi zens. J. L. Goodnight delivered a drove of twenty live hogs to W. I. Hunt 'lues day that were beyond doubt the iiurst lot that has been marketed in this city for many a month. The whole lot weighed 8940 pounds or an average of '.i'u pounds each. One of the number touched the 540 pound notch. Mr. Goodnight is % first-class fanner and ; toek raiser, and prides himself on the fact, that he never markets anything but the very best. From the Tribune, Slat ult. On account of the cold Bnap the first of the week the Aliuuta temporarily tied up at Almota, but the crew re mained with her and she will probably be up today. A lean and bob-tailed coyote was seen early Monday ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 February 1895

V-,^r V»,V W A.C V»A V* A» V»,V. </**V V»A V»A A4\A,. Vt # «»,; IA Marvellous Showing. | 2$ The U. S. (Government, through the Agri- >£ $1 cultural Department, has been investigating & tfj! the baking powders for the purpose of in- &: 3^ forming the public which was the purest, j^j jv* most economical and wholesome. ft* M The published report shows the Royal >7S j^i Baking Powder to be a pure, healthful gg *$+ preparation, absolutely free from alum or any jl» U> adulterant, and that it is greatly stronger in £j| 4^ leavening power than any other brand. v* $< Consumers should not let this valuable h t 2^ information, official and unprejudiced, go !jj v< unheeded. >& •i^j ROYAL BAKING POWDEP! CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. JP?J J£& -i>»> >*♦•>' -c*-^ -*-•> l^v^>' >*••»•'**••>'v* >4r»^ HE PAINTS WITH HIS TEETH. The Wonderful Career «>f Hurt mm llil«>s. Jim AruuleM English Artist. Bartram Hlles does mil paint with bis t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 February 1895

ANOTHERMESSAGE A Few Suirjr»'st ions for Congress to Consider and Digest. IMMEDIATE ACTION DESIRED The President* I«l«-rt I* to Sell Bond* Abroad, Helire Greenbacks and Make I>u(i>-H I'h>hl>lu in Gold—A lU'iiiftl.v IDUtiwi I'hjuliW- in Gold- A Kemi'il \ for the Impending CrixiH. Washington, January 30. —The Presi dent to-day sent to Congress the follow ing message: To the Seriate ami House of Repre sentatives: In my last annual message 1 commended to the serious consider ation of Congress the condition of our national finances, ami in connection with tiie subject indorsed a plan of cur rency legislation which at that time seemed to famish protection against im pending danger. This plan baa not been approved by Congress. In tiie meantime the situation has so changed that an emergency now appears ho threatening I deem it my duty to ask at the him .8 of the legislative branch of the government each prompt and effec tive action as will restore confidence in our financial sou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 February 1895

Tfc* stnrUag ii:ii'n. A serioua aspect of tho p;:.:;ling habit is that it is bo uonrly incorrigible. Man nerisms of nil kinds BtriliO tlioir roots deeply^ but "ho! he!" :unl "ha! ha!" bo- Com" part ii; i piirccl of tbooffondcrs •gaii reason nnd taste. Tluit which makes the listclier nervous to irritabil ity, fretting the amiable into a desire to smother tln« meaningless cackle in the throat that pros it birth if h<> cannot es cape beyond hearing it. in practiced involuntarily by tin habitual laughter. Like the famous button'on tho leafnod advbeato'scoat with which bbfurabled incessantly while plwiding, tho giffgld Would, if suddenly lakeij away, deprive its slave of be power of Bpoech. To command gravely temperate articular tion would be to strike dumb. The origin of the obnoxious trick is of con in youth and inexperience, and almost always in native diffidence or temporary embarrassment. When the girl has no fitting words at call, she Lri;; glea. When tit" lad is oppressed by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1895

• v_ _• JJr ifiJ —"^ vJsjm VOL. 7. NO. 17. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —The W. O.T. V. met at 3 o'clock Friday at Mrs. Hardwick's. Mrs. Mott, superintendent of evangelistic depart ment, led the prayer meeting. The Union was much encouraged by the presence and remarks of Rev. Mr. Oviatt. After the prayer meeting a short busi ness session was held, after which an adjournment was had till nest Friday, when the meeting will be held at the residence of Mrs. I>. <i. McKensie. The subject for the meeting is "Do I owe Christ anything, and if so dues he re quire that 1 pay the debt to man, my brother?"* -Win, Cunningham] of Whelan, has got the champion pig so far reported. It'B none of your big, 400-pound porkers, but is a cuts little grunter of only four weeks experience on earch, and already weighs 19H pounds, and measures 22 inches from the'tip of his nose to the point where hit- tail is fastened o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1895

THE HERALD.! ' —-V -— ~ :r= I WII.PIIKV /»1.1.1CN. ru)»ll«i»«T. PULLMAN WAEH. j |H|| _ , ,__ || ■■- .1 111 I -" "J' j NHAKING THE END t WH^hiiijrton's Legislature Pro ceeds Very Slowly. NOT MUCH YET ACCOMPLISHED Tlhth l«, However, Sufflclrlll Thin- l.efl for All Nri'iiiil Legislation Without I mini- Haate Some Important >!•••- area Vet to IS" Cmiimlilitcil. Olympia, Wftfh. The present Legis latnre is again besieged vsith bills mined al railroad* and other corporations. since Washington became a State the tnti-corfwration legislation attempted at each session of the Legislature has been enormOUß, bill this year outrivals all others. There are bills reducing the charges against the people by the rail ways, the telegraph, the telephone, the Pullman and other companies. This is due in part to the times, in part to the anti-monopoly cry of the Populists, and to the desire of many individuals to force the corporations to come forward with sufficient funds to have them suppressed. : Thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1895

Ten AlinntGS to Twelve. By M. G. M'OLELLAND. "No," be answered, surprised It seemed odd to him, at the moment, that the woman should put that ques tion to *he man. •You were so(juiet that 1 had to laugh. It seemed so funny to sit up like two owls, never saying a word to one an other." she proceeded. "We are cousins. you know. .John, just the same as we used to be. But perhaps you are in pain?"—with a quick change of voice. "Are you? Tell me at once. Ought you to have come? I know it was th« money and that foolish clause in the will about today. But for that we might eadly have waited until you were strong again. Isn't traveling bad lor you?" 'Not at all bad." Royal hastily re sponded. "On the contrary, it is the very best thing in the world for me— indeed, for us both. I'm much stronger than you suppose." He could hardly re strain a smile as he made the assertion. "The plans ftust not be changed. We must leave by that 2:20 train. It is im perative that we should. You are ready. 1 su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1895

Th^ Herald, W LFQID ALLEN. EDITOR AND Publh,ir OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PabUnhed•V«ry'B*tnfdaj morning, at Pull in vi, Whiinmn enmity, Washington. A-) AtlTiTti."t»nn>ut« will l>« continued niiil obargad for until ord«rod at. TKRMB OF BUBSCUIPTIONi ONK Will $2.00 81X MONTHS 1.00 lr tho logiHlaluri' inak»H a record for work done it will have lo put on more steam. The session is now considerably iuorc t ban half gone. Ai.t< of this sugar !>»■<•( agitation in the state must Mtnouni to something. The day "ill emu.' when Washington wil 1 be one of the foremost sugar pn» • i ates. Even if the pn»st»nl legiilature pnsses hi bill, which it will, the niuttiT will not be settl d, as the railroad compai ies will not Barren der peaceably, bnl will carry ' I into t he courts. ■ i' ilifornia legiilul ure ia consider' ■■■• ;! ii the slate j>r-1; 11 - i ug I be print by oentraot. Washington would ■- \, fifty per cent, of its printing bill if ii would pahs h inn' such msasu '•. rl'ii i"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1895

NHrhbHrb Mention. MOSCOW MA LTERS. From tl.t- limi--I'•MiKnTMt. 7tli inst. Little Edgar, the IS nontbs old son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. II- Jordan, died Monday evening from the effects of an injury received by falling from a high chair. The little one lived but IS Lours after the fall. Intliunaiion set in from a rapture, and was the cause (if death. The meeting at the county jail last Sunday was attended by two hundred or more. Tht» prisoners gave vent to j their pent up feelings, and ono Mike Mclnerney, awaiting trial charged with arson, read a lengthy paper on temper- \ ance. Lee Gay and \V. J. Edgar engaged in a friendly wrestling match on the floor 1 of the old storehouse jus*, easi of the j Headlight saloon Monday, and as a con sequeuce Edgar is reflecting over the event, and nursing a broken leg. The m-'i: had been drinking Home, and to see who would pay for the drinks the de cided to wrestle. Edgar woo the Brsl full, and Guy got mad. He threw Edgar will great force and m the fall ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1895

1 In Baking; Powders | 1 "Royal" Leads. | '1 I «§! As the result of my tests, I find the ►</ 1 ROYAL BAKING POWDER superior to all j^, $) the others in every respect. It is entirely p t si free from all adulteration and unwhole- % V' some impurity, and in baking it j^ves off £ 1 fi a greater volume of leavening gas than §* M any other powder. 4 It is therefore not only jf|i S| ///6' purest, but also the strongest powder W § w/V// which lam acquainted. l^ 9 WALTER S. HAINES, M. D., ||, £1 7', of. Chemistry % Hush Medical College !^ *(c 3 Consulting Chemist, Chicago Board of Health. g* II I 3 JE AH other baking powdcrr. are shown & | by analysis to contain aVjm, |^ 1 lime or ammonia. B r«7 I jLI ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 10 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. THE COKE KING TO REST. ■Trick Will Now Kiijny the Millions III* BhrewdneM 11 a* .Mailr. Henry Clay Prick, the cuke king ami Tor ii Dumber of year* chairman of the Carnegie Stool company, Ims nmmimi h fortune of man; millions in the 45 year...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1895

DISPUTED SECTION Surveys Do Not A<rre«' on Alas kan Boundary Line. DOES JUNEAU BELONG TO US? The <;«-iiit:il Opinion of Miner* la That Forty-Mile Crook In In llrltNh <<>- lumliiit —An Intercourse With an Ai»Hkan Kditor. Seattle, February B.—The news of the decisive steps taken by the Domin ion olticials to assert jurisdiction over the Yukon river mining district ami of their steps preliminary to the settle ment of the Alaska boundary was brought dowil by O. A. Carpenter, ed itor of the Alaska News of Junea. In an interview he said: " There is considerable excitement in Alaska over the boundary question and the people scarcely discuss anything else. The Canadian government claims that Forty-Mile creek is in British Co lumbia, and to make the claim good has sent thither two liold Commissioners with power to make a report in relation to the gold discoveries and also as to smuggling of liquors into that region. The general opinion ot miners coming out of the Yukon river r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 February 1895

Ho.uh ot a IMom>iT. .lanieH H. Roundlroe, who died in Contralin, on January :!•">!!». whs one of I iegtoa's pioneer*, and bad many relatives and friends in the \icinitv ■' Pullman. The following obituary not loa wan handed as for publication: Dr. .lamos 11 Ronndtree was horn in Hurt country, Ky., Not. ."i:M, 1815; died of la grippe, in Oentialia, Lewis county, Washington, January 2. r)th, L 895. H" wns th«» oldest son of Turner 11. Ronrid tree, of Boisfort, Lewie county, Wash.", who departed ibiu life in March, 1808. His mother,* Mary Roundtree, departed tins life .J.miiurv 2l«t, 1878; her maiden nnnio was Mary Ferguson, ehe was born in Virginia, was of 8 -otcb descent, mid ■econd cousin to Patrick Henry, Dr. ■). H. Round tree, in company with his father, served in the old Blackbawk war Order the command of Col. McMurtry. He was about 14 years of age whan hie father emigrated with bis family from Kentucky to Illinois; settled in KnoX county, near KoqxviHe. He married Mies Emel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1895

fpje Wtt&lb. VOL 7 NO. IS. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happening's in I Daring the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Sonic vandal has been enjoying him self the past week shooting dogs, ami while he has doubtless rid the town of some worthless canines, he has more than overbalanced the }.'<>od done, and killed a number of valuable dogs, includ ing the setters owned by J. R. Johnson and A. J. Preston. A number of do^H have alao been wounded that escaped death. The law breaker should be pun ished. —The "cow" ordinance is to be en forced alter March let. Every property owner in town will rejoice at this, aa it is not pleasant to awake some morning and find that come lowly bovine has during the night punched holes all-over an otherwise beautiful lawn, or to find a garden or ilower bed devastated. Watch ypur cow, or you will have to pay to get lifer out of the poQtid, —At a bualhfse aud social meeting of the members of the Methodist church, held on Thursday ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1895

THE HERALD. mi.KOKI) ALLEN. Pul.lUb.-r. PULLMAN AMI. WASHINGTON LEGISLATURE. Text of til* Work That Him ll<-«-ii Ac compllahed by 1 lint Hod Jr. Olymfia, February 19. With Satur day united the tilth week of the prevent legislative session, and while mure than half the time is now past very little, work has been accomplished. Three weeks and a half remain and they will be made the most of. It if said ami generally believed that Washington has never been in buoli dire need of proper legislation as at this time This of oouree is earned by the unusual hard times which have prevailed daring the past two years. Up to this time there have been 722 bills presented (or consid eration in the two legislative bodies. of these 478 were introduced in the house and 244 in the senate, Only nliout ten •lays remain for the introduction of new bills, for February 28 has been agreed upon by joint resolution as the last day lor thisi kind of business. That will be fifteen days previous to adjournment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1895

Ten Minutes to Twelve. By M. G. M'OLELLAND. Phyllis was in the gayest spirits, and laughed and chatted merrily. Her faci was closely coveted, the heavy veil doubled across her eyes, for which Uoyal knew there must be reason, but forebore to inquire into it just yet. Ht had gathered that the Voting lady's (vise was far From hopeless, and the knowledge that it was so brought more relief and thankfulness than his position toward her would seem to warrant. He could realize the intense importance which im mediate possession of the money must have had for John Royal—importance so great that he had been willing to risk his life to secure it. It might mean sight to the eyes as well as food and rai ment for the body of the woman he loved. It made the conditions of tht will more difficult of comprehension than ever, but he forebore to trouble his mind with that question. Other matters were more pressing than could be the solution <>f an apparently impracticable woman's vagaries. They wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1895

Th<^ Herald, WIFOID ALLEI. Bono* and Pi/rusher i ,'/ ! /• IPJJB. t! unit. bill to jjh vivisection of animals in the public sobo ils was the first i>ill to meet the governor's disapproval, find oonse'jueß' ;1. be pave it hiw initial veto, LoCAIi option was defeated by ODC Tote in the senate lant Tuesday. Sen ator Kellogg later ouoisioned surprise by moving for reconsideration. He voted against the bill, and his motion giveh credence to tbe belief that be wi«l vote for it when re en-idered. If he does it will pass. Senatob John li. Wilson had an op tunity the first day be was i" the senate to show just where be oould be found on the silver proposition. The vote on the pending silver bill whs taken at that time, and Benator John Li. voted for it. lie will be found on the right Bide when the best interests of the went are atjstake, and the Spokesman-Review will have to eat crow. ! i a lnii now before lie stats li^hlh ture passes the salari c* of the coi nty officials will take i|i...

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