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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1895

»iflib*rlj Mention. LEWTSTON LOCALS. From th* Toller. 14th inst. Col. Lane, in preparing tho new en rollment of Indians entitled to payment for release of their binds is slowly but surely drawing the consummation of tha agreement to a c\>s.>. The In dians are coming in very slowly; is the latest report from tho Agency. O»ing to the inclemency of the weather, tlu* Indians from the mountains hive uot as yet reported and fully ti\ reeks will elapse before tho enrollment is com pleted. James Stewart hue i en dep utized by Col. Lane, and is now taking the census in the Knruiah district. ,]i., Erb has been ap tt, with the rank of Cap tain, on the Lieutenant Colonel's staff, 'and his commis6ion has been received. Col. McConville bas made an excellent choice in this capacity. The Dew Adju tant will don his beautiful uniform with the bent wishes of all Sir Knights, and will come as near tilling the capacity with credit as any man in the state. Since writing the above we learn that Char...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1895

3kj ** Knicinff* P» 2 PnwdPP J Lr *c Jipsolatcly fe^^-i^^r Nt j$ All other powders are || 1* cheaper made and in- $ Ijj ferior, and leave either 2| S acid or alkali in the food ci OMj ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, ie« WALL ST., NEW-YORK. Kjjp W\KVLKU HAJhKtAjr IL^vAg a4A jfi to A.ftg HAK JAAJf jftjyg AIWnVIIALKON'UNJ) STnUNGi£ DISCOVERIES MADE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Skeleton or Iho itiK Pish Unearthed In a Street In I*!* Aiifrli'n Tin- (Mil I'roa fiertor'a Discovery—History Written In tin- IlilN ami lilt- Rook*. Once while watching the excavation of a street through one of the steep hills that ooustitute a feature of the city of Ld> Angeles I saw something project ing from the soil, which, when unoov ered by the workmen, proved to be the nkeleton of a whale that had been lying there for untold ages. Its huge length Btretohed across the street, its tail lost beneath the fashionable houses of the vicinity. There was something irresistibly fas oinating in this idea— walking up v street a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1895

NORTHWEST NEWS Condensed Telejrrapliic Reports of Late Happenings. TAKEN HOT FROM THE WIRES Budget of New* for in«.v Digestion from Different I'iii-Im of the State* of Wiimli in•>■■. Oregon hiiil Idaho—ltems of Interest to Pselfta Coast People. Plans have been prepared for a new Episcopal church at Aberdeen, Wash. A carload of salmon is being shipped East from (iray's harbor, Wash., daily. The expertexamining the penitentiary )xx)kß makes the shortage of the late Warden Coblentz $12,467.64 The second week of the Farmers' school at Pullman, Wash., opened with more than 200 names on the roll. The stockmen of Klickitat county, Wash., are considering the desirability of organizing a registry association. The Pierce county commissioners are considering the question of setting the prisoners in the county jail at work. A twenty-stamp mill will be erected on the Champion mine in the Bohemia district as soon as the roads are open. The establishment of a creamery and eugar-beet factory are...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 February 1895

Am Artist* t'rirntla. "Havo yon ■ friend In the- world? Well, you nil: as well have none at all. Have your friends got any money; are they rich? Well, they will nut *\*.nd 0 dollar for you. I warn you that you will find it bo. I fcdvo boon in thisbusi* ness a long while. 1 havo told all my other patrons what 1 now nil you, and they have all fouzul my every word was true." Turin spoke a j■iciurc auctioneer to an artist who was meditating on ex hibition to lu> followed byaValeof th» |'sctun\s. The two events followed ono another; and the | rophi t's words did not come quite true At (lie sale thcro was a notable nbsehco of i!. artist's friends. Of tin* host of them only two or tlireo who wire not umoiig the rich ones either can a-or bought anything. Tin* others Btayt-<1 uwny. saying afterward that ttiey did not feel well or hat thej , caw that the artist got good notices and I was bound to do \vt il—as he did, in Spite of them. There- is nothing extraordinary, about { tin- .situa...

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

fp)e Italimaw flefftlib VOL. 7. NO. 19. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —A bill was introduced in 'he legis ture Tuesday by the house and senate committees on the agricultural collet, as a substitute for H. B. No. 54, 103 and 207, making it unlawful to sell or offer for sale adulterated dairy products, and creating the office of state dairy commis sioner, appointive by the governor, to receive $1200 annually, who Bhall inspect all dairies and creameries and set to the enforcement of the dairy law ; appropri ating $0,000. If this bill passes the dairy commissioners will be located at the col lege. —Wednesday was Ash "Wednesday, the beginning of the lenten season, and as the pr;spect of total abstinence from flesh was too much for the Murphy & South meat market, that institution did not open its doors Wednesday morning, and iB still in s state of statu quo. A dis agreement between the partners, which...

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

fpje ftallman fUffeUL VOL. 7. NO. 19. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —A bill was introduced in the legis ture Tuesday by the house and senate committees on the agricultural college, as a substitute for 11. B. No. 54, 105 and 207, making it unlawful to sell or offer for sale adulterated dairy products, and creating the office of state dairy commis sioner, appointive by the governor, to receive $1200 annually, who shall inspect all dairies and creameries and see to the enforcement of the dairy law ; appropri ating $6,000. If this bill passes the dairy commissioners will be located at the col lege". —Wednesday was Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the lenten season, and as the pr spect of total abstinence from flesh was too much for the Murphy & South meat market, that institution did not open its doors Wednesday morning, and is still in s state of Btfttu quo. A dis agreement between the partners, whic...

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

THE HERALD. WII.IOK » VI I X"v. I- liUH -l.»- r. PULLMAN A PAYING INDUSTRY Tlu> Penitentiary Stove Foun dry lias Made Money. COGSWELLS SENATE RtPORT In tin- < i. ..nit Heart of the Legislature Ike MhII«-1" Wan fully I)l«eu*»ed anil the Al«'hhmi;« of Uoveriiur Lord on the Subject Artfil I pun. Sm i m, February 28. —Amoi vr the acts of tb« legislature's cloning boars whs the submission of the majority an minor ity reports on the stove-factory question. There was very little difference m the two reports except that Senator Cogs well's minority report went into the sub ject more fiiily. It was M follows: "Tin- undersigned, a member <>f your committee appointed under senate reso lution No. 10, to oonsider a report upon the following extract! from tin- message of Governor Ix)rd— " 'It is never wise for a State to buy an enterprise which prudent men are anx ious to get rid of. There is an impres sion among Home of our people that the purchase of the foundry plant ami its operat...

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

THE IU'RALD. I »ll Knltn \l.l.Kv, i i,,i. 1M I.I.MAN A PAYING INDUSTRY The Penitentiary Stov« Foun- dry Has Made Money. COGSWELLS SENATE RKPORT In the Closing Hour* of t lie Legislature tin- Mutter \Vii> Fully I»i«i-iii.«..«I mid ii>.- MrMHgn of Governor Lord on th« Subject A«4«d Upon. Balkm, February 36. —Among the arts of the legislature's closing hours was the submission <>i the majority an minor ity reports on the stove-factory question. There was very tittle difference in the two reports except ibat Senator Cogs well's minority report went into the sub- Jed mure fuily. It was as follows: "The undersigned, a member of your committee appointed under senate reso lution No. 10. to consider a report upon the following extractH from the message of Governor Ixml — 11 'It i^> never wise for ■ *tate to bay an enterprise which prudent men are anx ious to get rid of. There is an impres t-ion among some of <>in- people thai the purchase ol the foundry plant and its ope...

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

Ten Minutes to Twelve. By M. G. M'OLELLAND. When he awoke the iuc'it was strug gling through the shutters with the gray pallor peculiar to winter dawn. The great hotel and the streets around it Were as still as the heart of a desert. Royal dressed himself and went to the window. All along the street, in places. shadows lay, as sharply defined as sil houettes by the electric glare, which deals little in the soft shading and witch ery of the moonlight which it simulates. It was too early even for the rattling oV milk carts or the matutinal billingsgato of sparrows; but away in the distance, beyond the voiceless thoroughfares ami expressionless houses, the sky was faintly coloring for joy in a coming good. Royal drew a chair to the window, and grappled anew with the situation, taking it externally, and as apart from himself, after the manner of a man of action whose intuitive position relative to circumstances is that of an extra neous, coercive force, rather than one which is inherent...

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

Ten Minutes to Twelve. By M. G. M'OLELLAND. When he awoke the light was strug gling through the shutters with the gray pallor peculiar to winter dawn. The great hotel and the streets around it were as still aa the heart of a desert. Royal dressed himself and went to the window. All along the street, in places, shadows lay, as sharply defined as sil houettes by the electric glare, which deals little in the soft shading and witch ery of the moonlight which it nimulaten It was too early even for the rattling of milk carts or the matutinal billingsgate of sparrows; but away in the distance, beyond the voiceless thoroughfares and expressionless houses, the sky was faintly coloring for joy in a coming good. Royal drew a chair to the window, and grappled anew with the situation, taking it externally, and as apart from himself, after the manner of a man of action whose intuitive position relative to circumstances is that of an extra neous, coercive force, rather than one which is inherent a...

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

The Herald, WtFO-iD ALLEN, Editor and Publish** Pui.Mnbewi •Tuirjr Bi»ttml»y morning^ t.t Poll »i in. Whitman comity. Wiwhlnßton, \< Adtorti»cm«nta will !»• contimied nnil ehMrfed fur until orderod ont. TKRM9 OF '. > Ml'l ION: OHBTKj .{ . 92.00 HA UONTHBONLY »-(><! I'.t n i i., Clevelnnd'a poatmaste -Ron oral, baa resigned his cfQce. A in.i baa passed the legislature pro viding for the appointment of a state veterinary surgeon, who is to fill the veterinarian's chair at the agricultural college. Now that the cows and dogs have been disposed of wouldn't it be the pron er thing to pass a "chicken ordinance?" Chickens with a well developed bump for scratching in gardens, are much more of a nuisance than either * yelping cur or hungry boviue. If the chickens art* allowed to run at large there will be no gardens for the cow to devastate. Put a collar on the chickens. "WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. Special Correßpond«ne«. Wahhinoton, Feb. 22, 1895. No administration in the history of ...

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

The Herald, WIFOID ALLEN, Eonon and Publisher lV.l.'NhoJ every Snltmlit.T morning, i»t I'nll ni'in, Whitman com i • Washington, All Adrsrtisementa \-ill l>o «nntii>n<'il and rh.-iriciil for until ordered out. TV.KMB OP BUiwCIUPI'ION: O^KYKi S ......! 2.CX) BIX MONTHS ONLY I ■■'■ i.i --ii i.. Cleveland's poßtmaßtegen oral, ii ii resigned bin i (Vice. • A BILL has passed the legislature pro viding for the appointment of a state reterinary mrgeon, who it to till the veterinarian's chair at the agricultural colloge. Now that the cows and dogs have bef»n dispobod of wouldn't.it be the pron er thing to pass a •'chicken ordinance?" Chickens with a well developed bump for scratching in gardens, are much i more of a nuisance than either * yelping | cur or hungry bovine. If the chickens are Allowed to run at large there will bo no gardens for the cow to devastate. Put a collar on the chickens. WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. Special CorrvspoDdencft. \Vahhjn<»ton, Feb. 23, l«!>. r». No ad...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 March 1895

Ifrirbtorly Mention. OAKESDALE OFFERINGS. From th« Sun, 22d nit. A case from Thornton occupied the | attention of Justice Sanborn's court Just Saturday. A couple of young men of thai place were having a little fun with a .'tipple blacksmith, by throwing small missies it him, and the i lackstnitu re- i taliated by hitting one of them over the I head with a wagon spoke. The young | man had him arrested and the case an- ■ peared before Justice Sauborn as stated. Deputy Attorney Sessions, of Col fax, represented the state and Attorney Th id C. Kiddie and James P. Fiek looked after the affairs of the defendant. After hearing the testimony, and listening to several legal tilts between the attorneys, the justice discharged the defendant. LEWISTON LOCALS. From the Teller, 21st ult. The new steamer, "Lewiston," which has been tied up for the winter a few miles below Lewiston will be taken to Riparia this week, w here work will be resumed iv painting and otherwise com pleting the new boat for...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 March 1895

Nrtffhtwrly Mention. OAKESDALE OFFERINGS. From the Sun, ttd ult. \ oase from Thornton occupied the attention of Justice Sanboro'a oourt Im< Saturday. A eon pie of yonng men of that ptace wore liaving a little fun with B Ofipple blacksmith, by throwing small missies «t him, and the blaokstnitu re rd I>\ 1 itting one of thetvi over the bead with a wagon Bpoke. The yonng in,in had him arrested and the case ap peared before Justice San born as *tated, Deputy Attorney Sessions, of Col fax, represented thestateand Attorney Th id C. Riddle and James F. Fisk looked after the tiff airs of the defendant. After hearing the testimony, and listening to several legal tilts between the attorneys, the justice discharged the defendant. LEWISTON LOCALS. from the Teller, 21st ult. The new steamer, "Lewiston," which has been tied up for the winter a f«w wiles below Lewiston will be taken to Riparia this week, where work will be resumed in painting and otherwise com pleting the new boat for spring...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 March 1895

I <r=^Msg T N EVERY Re- I * Js^^^jL 1 ceipt that calls I h m\ hmTV 1^ for baking powder p II use the "Royal." It will make the % % food lighter, sweeter, of finer flavor If % more digestible and P d wholesome. fT^^^^ % "We recommend the Royal A &t — ffl % Baking Powder as superior to H || all others."-— United Cooks "T//I V\\ II || and Pastry Cooks Asseti- . \gj I~W-A-* \\ 1$ M at ion of the United States. * * % A MOTH CATCHING PLANT. It CtotM I'- Jaw* MdCatabM it* Victim a* In n Vise. A New Zealand correspondent sug gests that the ravages of certain larves in some countries might be greatly re stricted by the Introduction ol the New Zealand ninth catching plant, Araugia iilbens. This plant, which is a native of southern Africa, was introduced to New Zealand quite accidentally about seven years ago, and since then it has been extensively propagated thereon ao •ount of its effective service as a killer of destructive moths. Wherever the climate is mild tho plant is an exceedin...

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

1 <r^N^ TN EVERY Re- 1 I J|^ /?^3L 1 ceipt that calls I §| mm 1 0**"^ for baking powder p I use the "Royal." It will make the k || food lighter, sweeter, of finer flavor 1 l| more digestible and If m wholesome. |T^?£f^ P M "We recommend the Royal "jTjf — % % Baking Powder as superior to II II all others."— United Cooks "tT/Jf 1 Wsk \\> If H and Pastry Cooks Assoii- . ?U Li^-i-*\\ a| ation of the United States, s % A MOTH CATCHING PLANT. It ClOMfl II- Jans and (niches It-. Victim Un In n V!■»«•. A New Zealand correspondent sug gests thai the ravages of curtain larva in sifmt" countries might be greatly re stricted by the introduction of the New Zealand moth catching plant, Araugia alhens. This plant, which is a native <>f southern Africa, was introduced to New Zealand quite accidentally about seven years ago, and since then it has been extensively propagated thereon ao imnt of its effective service as a killer uf destructive ninths. Wherever tint climate i* .mild the plan...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 March 1895

PUBLIC LAND BILL To Define and Classify the State Granted Lands. PROVISIONS FOR DISPOSITION The Feature* of the Hill That Hut* Kern introduced in Washington*! l.«gi» lature by Senator I,««h of Yaklma and Hllckltat. OLYMPIA, February 23.—A bill which is likely to attract the attention and consume considerable time of the legis lature was introduced to-day in the sen ate by Senator Leah, of Yukima and Klickitat. It is a bill to provide for the selection, survey, management, lease and disposition of the state's granted tide, oyster and other lands, harbor areas, and for the confirmation and com pleting of the several grants to the state by the United States and creating a board of state land commissioners. The general effect of the proposed law is to concentrate the administration of the state's lands in the board of state land commissioners, and it is looked upon as an administration measure intended to carry out Governor McGraw's recom mendations as presented in his message. The fram...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 March 1895

PUBLIC LAND BILL To Define and Classify the State (1 ranted Lands. PROVISIONS FOR DISPOSITION The I ciliini of tin- Kill That llhh Keen Introduced in WuHhiiiKton'it I.«- K U lnture by Senator I.eith of Yakima Hiul Ktickitut. OIyMPIA, February 23. —A bill which is likely to attract the attention and consume considerable time of the legis lature was introduced to-day in the sen ate by Senator Lesh, of Yakiina and Klickitat. It is a bill to provide for the selection, survey, management, lease and disposition of the state's granted tide, oyster and other lands, harbor areas, and for the confirmation and com pleting of the several grants to the state by the United states and creating a board of state land commissioners. The general effect of the proposed law is to concentrate the administration of the state's lands in the board of state land commissioners, and it is looked upon as an administration measure intended to carry out Governor McGraw's recom mendations as presented in his messa...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 March 1895

THE LOVE CHASE. Though oft I bam lirr on the street, 1 seldom Bov m to C&tch her eye: She rarely lets our KliUicea meet* Altbottgllfcbt knows I'm passinfi i>y. But tlmutrli tt> me she dobs n>t speak. Nor :..; . • « lmik laj heart to cheer, Tho furtive bluish upon liar check T«*lls mo ah« kiKiws that I KID near, Tin true - ,■ 's lull of uirli.sii art, A trait ) bat's common to hi SOX, But she i* noooqUetlu at hear:. Though nft lnr tr!< k« my inlnd perplex. I kuou she"» partial lolho im >•— I've eciit lnr s.o:no, l>»;ii red lyelto«T- Vet out Ofon the street she k1"'" With \i<iK'tf* from some other fellow. And Mill I tils lovp'chnsn I pursue. Twixl l.oi'e and fonr wmtlnuu wooing, One rtaj oVrjoywl, tin* next fo Mini 1 scarcely enow what I am floitit;. But one thought 1 tak-' comforl in. And gloomydonbtgives plareto raptuic - The harder ■ '■<>• rimy he to win The dearer iii will bu the capture. —K. C. v. all "i In .sonndiiMTJ. Tin- ii.-.ivrn* In (ln> No...

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

THE LOVE CHASE. Though oft 1 pass her no the street, I seldom si'i'iu to catch liiTfyo; Blio raivly let* oar glances mret. Although hh« knows I'm passing '>)". But though to mo vi, iloca not speak. Nor t;ivc a Irtolc my heart to cheer, Tin lurtivo blutb upon berohcok Tolls me *h« known thai I rid near. Tis true ."lie's full of irirlij.il tut, A trait that'll commou l<> hir ■ IX, But .•-!•• I* no coquette at heart, Thoutfb nit her tricks my rnlnd perplex. I know sho's jiiiriiul 10 ti.' 1 ro«o— I've m at Ler somo, both red ami yellow- Yd <>ut uiHJii tho at reel sbe coca Willi violets irnm suml other How. At :^Ti! 1 this love chase 1 pursue, "l"wi\t hove mid fear continue wooing, Oik 1 day I'Vrjoyrd, tht* next so lie I scarcely know what 1 am doing! But one thought 1 take comfort in, And glowuydoubtarlven phtcetoraptuio— The harder ■•'.■• may bo to win The dearer ><•! will be t!i<- capture. -li. (.'. Wali-ut in Si [ruling*. Th« U<;i\> it-. In Ilia North. F...

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