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

fPje ftallmaw ffafttUi VOL. 7. N0.20 . LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —The revival services at the Christian church are filling the house ouch night, and on several occasions there was not room for all who desired to attend. Elder Dunlap is a clear reasoner, and through his presentation a number of persons h»ve accepted the faith during the meetings, and baptism by immersion in the church baptistry has been admin istered. The singing by Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Webb is aweet and touching, their duetts being especially beautiful. To night they will sing two duetts which all should hear. —"Harry" M. Walker, who cut quite a dash in Pullman during the winter, trying his confidence powers on our citi zens to whom he unfolded tales of great wealth and placer mince of never failing supply, is now in Walla Walla's city jail, he having obtained money on false pre tenses, besides several other shortcom ings being lai...

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 March 1895

THE HERALD. WII.FOKO AU.KN, I'iil.ll.h. r. PULLMAN.. WASH. SESSION IS ENDED The Fifty-Third Congress Ac complished Hut Little. BRIEF REVIEW OF ITS WORK The Mont Notable Feature of the Si-«<l«>ii Wh« the Inability of the Two Hoatti t<i .%£!-•■«> Upon Important Ou«»tlon» Which Should Have Been !>.< 1.1..1. Washington, March 5. —A review ol the work of the last session <>f the I'tfty thinl oongreM matt neoewarily deal more with what was attempted lo be done than that which was accomplished, since most of the important business considered has been relegated to the first daes. The session has been particular ly marked by the inability of the senate and house to agree upon any of the most important problem! presented hy them. Congress met December 4 laot with one imperative and perennial task, to frame and enact the various appropri ation hills. Next in importance was the linancial question, for which no definite plan of settlement beyond many fr«e silver bills and...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 March 1895

Ten Minutes to Twelve. By M. G. M'OLELLAND. CHAPTER VII. Royal had about completed bis ar rangements for Leaving the hotel in which so much of import had occurred, when a chance remark caused his own position in this affair of his namesake to assume proportions and a complexity which well nigh overwhelmed him. He was standing iv th-- hotel office, near the clerk's desk, on which lay th« open register. The young doctor stood at his elbow, the Bame to whose fledgling care John Royal had been committed. They had been speaking of the case and of its untoward ending, and had gone into details of interest and importance to no mortal soul save member* of the profession. Suddenly the young fellow put a question: *"The young lady Ut his cousin nnd ncrt oj I, in. She is mil wife." "Were you brothers? Excuse me for asking, but tin* name is the same for both on the register," laying his hand on the book. "They've put the same in itials, too. But that's a mistake, 1 reck on." No. Royal explained...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 March 1895

Tlk> Herald, WiFOID ALLf\. tonon and Pubiishih ,■.',.■.<:»•..• i Brluhlvt morning, at l'till fn<n, Whitman i-imiit . . \Viw»hln»ttoa. All 14 hutments will 1m» routinued and chnrjrisl for until ordpred ont. TV.UMS OF SUnsCKirt'lON: ONI: VK;..-! *2.O<i BtX HONTUBONLY . . ..I.CM ii in (i i<\'-r ••[•• •■« i; Vi whole world England excepted, tr rabies—with coli and hunger Thk city council net mi lo have some liiVicultv in mastering a quorum, The itv of the sitoatioa, apparentlTi b« worn off. Am> siill the saloons kewp open bouse nu the Sabbath. If they can't observe tho« law, then the law should observe I hem. What's the council going to do nbout it? Note the new column ad., elsewhere* in thin issue, of A. W. Mott. Mr. Moti has goods to sell, and i» not afraid that the public should know his prices. Mr. Mott wants your trade. An impenetrable cloud haii obscured the gleaming hope of the Palouse far iner for lower freight ratea; that cloud is our own legislature, which h ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 March 1895

nil llln Spring • Goods Are Now Coming* in. I Bought them for Spot Cash from the manufacturers, in case lots, at Phnic Prices! Dry Goods were never as cheap as at the present time. Below are a lew of oar prices: 3G yards calico for . . 81 00 2-") " " iron,! calico for . . LOO U0 " best calico for . 100 25 " houss lining . . 100 20 " L L muslin . . 100 15 " (Jabot W n.Ußlin for . 100 14 '• Lock wood JB for . 100 420 " common bleached muslin, 100 15 " good bleached muslin . 100 12 " bebt •• " . 100 25 •' common apron gingham 100 20 " best " " 100 Outing Flannel. 5 cts to 12J cts per yd. 7 spoils Coats' thread for 25 cents. Best CHtnbric, 5 cts per yard. Silesia, 10 cts to 12} cents per yard. Best Table Oil Cloth, 15 cts per yard. Black Sateen, 10 cts up. Mens Shoes, all solid, at $1.00, 81.25, 81.50, 82.00 and 82.50. Ladies Shoes, all solid, at $1.00, 81.25, 81.50, $2.00 and 82.50. Childrens, Misses and Boys Shoes in all grades and prices from the cheapest t« the best. Mens and Boys H...

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

I Be on your Guard. § «.> t 1 ty If some grocers urge another baking $ §0 powder upon you in place of the" Royal," ($) j§! it is because of the greater profit upon it. g (J* This of itself is evidence of the supe- © & riority of the "Royal." To give greater $ ® profit the other must be a lower cost Sg Q powder, and to cost less it must be made to g) with cheaper and inferior materials, and g thus, though selling for the same, give j£ (|) less value to the consumer. ® S To insure the finest cake, the most jg ($ wholesome food, be sure that no substi- © @ tute for Royal Baking Powder is accepted ® | by you. 1 I Nothing can be substituted for i | the Royal Baking Powder | | and give as good results. I i » 6»jj „,„„„„„.. Mi. Benneti Orders a nit Yacht. James Gordon Bennett has ordered a yacht which will be considerably larger than tlie one which \V. K. Yanderbilt is having made In England ami will hold the record as the largest yacht afloat. It is to be built at Cramps" yard. Phi...

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

CABINET CHANGE Postmaster-General Bisseli Has Tendered His Resignation. THE NEXT FOR THE POSITION It Will In All Probability Be Kepre •.••niHtivf Wllion of West Virginia. Who Will Be llnwarded for Father ing the Turin 1 Act. Washington, March I.—-Postinaster (ieneral Biteell eet at rest all doubts as to his purpose of remaining in the cabi net by tendering his resignation to Pres ident Cleveland this afternoon. 11 is let ter of resignation is said to have been brief, and to have been couched in the usual formal terms. The letter was writ- ten by the postmaster-general at the close of office hours to-day, and was by him personally handed to his chief a lit tle after 5 o'clock. The action was not taken hastily. As far back as the early autumn Mr. Biesell felt that his law practice at Buffalo required his personal attention, and at that time he notified the president that sooner or later he would be compelled to retire to private life. Nothing further passed between the two gentlemen w...

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

The March Majtoztnflft. Three clever women. Margaret Peland, j Sarah One .Tewett and Mm. BortOfl Harrioon. will try and Nettle iv the next j Dnmber of The LaOBB BoMB JotJBUAIi when it is proper to use Urn word "worn an" and when the term "ladr" should be employed. To thu lover of nature, of Bport in for est or on stream, there can be no more welcome visitor than '.'Shooting »nd Fishing," the New York sportsmnr.'.i journal. The next beet thing to ■ real outing is a copy of that popular publi cation. If too send to the publishers at 293 Broadway, Ne * York, jou will beoo ne ■ permanent subscriber. Octing for March is notably lirh in illustrations, sod replete in strong and seasonable* article! on sport and travel. The frontispiece depicts nn exciting chase, nn incident in "A Ynqni BoHr Hunt." Among its many interesting features are: "Australian Bush Mem ories." by R. Monckton Due; "Sword play in Japan," by Kinza Hirai; "A Btudy in Love." by Louise 1). Mitchell; "Curling in the Northwe...

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

fpjc fhillmati IIcMjX ■; ■■■-■" VOL. 7. N0.21. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Mrs. M. E. Tittell, manager of the Tittell sisters theatrical company, in talking with the Herald Monday morn ing, before thejdeparture of her company for Oolfax, had many words of praise for Pnllman and Pullman's auditorium. Slif could hardly Bnd adjectives enough to express her good opinion of our play house, saying that it excelled Portland's best, and that the plan was ideal. She was likewise pleased with Pullman as a show town, and said that en- long the company would likely appear here again, as they felt sure they would yet a good audience, and then, too, it was a pleas ure to play in "that magnificent, that wonderful opera house." —Last Saturday night Prof. Balmer's fine driving horse got out of its stable, and not being used to barbed wire was nearly ruined in the fence surrounding tlio barn. When the horse wasfoun...

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

THE HERALD. :; _- : -- :: l— Wll.POItl) ALLKN, I'lililUht-r. PULLMAN VVAEJfK OF IMMENSE GOOD A Considerable Reduction in Government Expenses. i DOCKERY COMMISSIONS WORK Actual Annual Redactions in <;«>v«tii ■ ■••lit ixiiilil iir< Oval H Hull Mill ion Dollar*, mill Will « mil it So for a Number of Ve»r». Washington, March 12.—A review of th« work done by the Dockery joint com mission of congress, created for the pur pose of inquiring into and examining tin status of the law governing the ex ecutive departments, has been printed. The greater number of the recommenda* tions of the commission so far have been put into practical operation, and have been from time to time made public. The review shows that the entire cost of the commission aggregated $41,246, while the actual annual reductions in govern ment expenditures made as a result of its work amount to |607,6V1. The re view continues: "The reduction is not for the time be ing only, but will continue through each of the com...

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

Ten Minutes to Twelve. By M. G. M'OLELLAND. His words were light, but they over lay considerable emotion. He was grate ful to her with a gratitude beyond ex pression for her sympathetic compre hension. "Something more satisfactory thai: endless psalmody or a irial progression, 1 hope," she smiled. "Moclfing at thos< in sure straits and grievously tormented 1 hold to be my mission. Seriously though, lam sorry for you—-ti nly sorry. But alter all. John, it isn't you that mat ters .so much. The situation is and will be much harder on Phyllis. You did it. you know. When there is a smash uj the man who holds the reins ami does the breaking geta the moat comfort out of the affair." The mention of his cousin's nann caused Royal's face to soften, and he let the blood relation frankness of his com panion's speech pass. Mis intercours* with Phyllis, restricted as it had neces sarily been, had awakened within him a tender, chivalrous devotion, touched and materialized by admiration and a se...

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

Th(> Honild. W LFOID ALLEN, Foiio* and Publisher PDtiH»h«dV*orj Bnttntlii} morning, at I'ull » >!1 Whitman county, Wmn|iinj{i«>n« A'l AilvarticwinsnU wilJ bo couUnuixi and chargi-d for until ordered oat. TKRMB D5 1 .SUI'.yi'HU'TION: OmJ{ VK-.H 52.00 8 \ MOMIIHONLV i.oo Tiib legislature adjourned Thursday lint latter part of the session was very KCtire, and many good laws were passed. I ; I", i. K. HoLl VM'. Hun of .hi, Iye Hol !,ip|, v\ aw hi Imi j t iml to the bar on t he 6th i Ii«» u,m < vimined I>v ■! M lint, N. T. Cat«n and Mr. Merritt. 11.- i■ i. i; ■. » d a very Ie i xaminn lion. H| iragne Mail PItKS. !'i;i in, ho returned from Olympia Monday, sava that Senator Hall, from thin distiict, was one of the most rnlnable members < f the senate, He "as Miii> to |iis irnst in eyery purtic i had cm piderable influence in i. lal n. Mr. Hall iritroduoed tln college appropriation bill. Elsewhere in this isfiue is published the full t<»xt of the Johnston bill extend...

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

nil LL New • Spring Are Now Coining in. I Bought them for Spot Cash from the manufacturers, in I case lots, from thej manufacturers, in; case lots, at Pricebs! Dry Goods were never as cheap as at the E present time. Below are a lew of our prices: 30 yards calico for . . 81 00 25 " Rood calico for . . 100 20 " best calico for . 100 i 25 " house, lining . . 100 : 20 " L L muslin . . 100 15 " Cabot W muslin for . 100 14 '• Lockwqod B for . 100 20 " common bleached muslin, 100 15 " good bleached muslin . 100 12 " bebt " " . 100 2") •' common apron gingham 100 20 " beet " ' " 100 Outing Flannel, 5 ots to 12A da per yd. 7 spools Coats' thread for 25 cents. Best Cambric, 5 cts per yard. Silesia, 10 cts to 12.', cents per yard. Best Table Oil Cloth, 15 cts per yard. Black Sateen, 10 cts up. Menu Shoes, all solid, at 81.00, $1.25, 81 .50, 82.00 and 82.50. Ladies Shoes, all solid, at $1.00, 81.25. $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50. Cbildrens, Misses and Boys Shoes in all grades and prices from the cheap...

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

' '^^l*swsßSßßS w\i Bhh .. •' m? '1 Hl^y '^ 'lillftHllllflHi jy^^MJMjMWHKS^ tfl V ffil A W «P* V^ lg lff% |M I^A Vw /JBwWwffil Hyf S fe?" ► ifi •'^ffitt *^I*?xs3mHHhßwe!hß A GREAT MSrOYERY REMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE AGE OF SCIENCE. Mir Ingenuity »n<l Skill of Him Work* nil KverlMHtiiiK l(<-ii<-lit to Ilia Fellow Men An intttHiice In Point. Herald, south Bend, Wart ] It falls to our lot this week to tell our readers, and especially those who are not blessed with perfect health, of one of the greatest and simplest remedies of the century. Personally we enjoy the very heat of health year in and year out, bat among our friends is J. L. Myers, pro prietor of the Broadway Pharmacy, a man who knows his business thorough ly, is entirely wedded to chemistry and hygiene and often "talks shop." One evening the conversation turned on new discoveries in drugs. He told as that one of our mutual friends, John Wyandt, a locomotive en gineer, owed his health to a new medi cine known as ...

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

BOOKS FOR COST Washinjrton Will Save Money For School Children. WORK TO BE DONE AT HOME Two Bill's I*hk««<l the B«Miat«», One Mak ing an Appropriation for the State by It! Hoard of Education to Com pile and iMtM It! Own Series. Oi.Y.Mima, March 9. — Hutchinson's liill appropriating $60,000 for issuing a series of text-books to be distributed to school children at the actual cost of publica tion passed the senate this afternoon by a vote of 27 to 4. A similar measure by thaw was also on the calendar, but was indefinitely postponed at the author's request. Senator I-'nnk urged that the Benate pass Hutchinson's bill, for the reason that the state lias been and ia being systematically robbed by that gi gantic octopus, the American Book Com pany. He stated that he had given the matter close examination, and was con vinced that the saving to the state would reach $450,000 annually. He cited an estimate secured on the cost of printing the text-books now used, and showed that a certain p...

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

PMomcow »•. The ltnHroiul. Th»r#. has long been ldl»p«Ub«tw«»n tliM.-nv and the O. 11. & N. officials with reference to the bad croMiog nt th« O. R. .V N. depot. Th« crossing il one of the most penernlly used in th» city, ns nil going to the Northern Pacifij station and Hi** majority attending? the State nnivorcitv are compelled to use it. It wna almost impassable during tli«» mud dT Reason and teemed destined i" con linn* bo, in spite of numerous apoenls Biid prot«ets on th» part of the city off! cinls and other interested partial, -1-..; Comuiisi'onar Lander pal an end to the msittor last wees bf appearing with lumber „, j n suitable force, and before the startled agent con! i secnr* an in junction had removed part of the depot platform nnJ put in na excellent cross ing. The city council ha»> ordered the city clerk to send the O. B. & N. ii '"" for the work, and if possible the railroid company will be forced to pay for tho n«\, crOifling.—TimevDmnocrat. Onkesdalo «<...

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

fpje ftollmait ficfalix VOL. 7. NO. 22. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. — At the meeting of the city council last Tuesday evening Marshal 1 ley wood, who has served but a few weeks, handed in his resignation to take effect May lßt. He also recommended the appointment of 00. F. Parker to the vacancy caused by his resignation, but the council has not, as yet, taken action on the appoint ment. Mr. Heywood's reason for re signing was that he could get a more remunerative position elsewhere, and that city warrants, for which there is no market, will not buy the necessaries of life. —A subscription paper was circulated thi« week to raise funds to send a man to San Fraucisco to confer with parties who it is thought will become interested in establishing a beet sugar factory in Pullman. We hear that W. V. "Windus will leave today on the errand, which, if successful, means bo much for Pullman, The time is not f...

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

THE lIHRALD. WII.FOKD AI.I.KN. I •iil.ll.li.T. PULLMAN. TROUBLES IN CUBA Aflrtir* Are Continually Grow- ing Worse. OPPOSITION IS CRYSTALIZINIi Ad»l<f» l»y Slmnifr Si»y Thi-rf Arc Now Fully Mi Thousand Insurgents Vmler Arm«—ltubl »■■<! >!»«•" |Coufl d.-nt .if Taking Suiitl:i|{u. Kky Wist, Fla., March 19.— The first tlear and trustworthy statement of the condition of affairs la the eastern end »>f Cuba is brought by a passenger on the steamer Mascotte. He said : "I have traveled throughout the mountainous district constantly since the trouble began, and matters are now in a mach wont condition than at the Iteginning. The fighting was started in a desultory and scattered way, but the forn'H gradually became crystalized, and there are now fully 8,000 Insurgents ■nder arniH. They are in a down or more detachments, hut are giving the government no end of trouble. In many cases the Bpaniali troops have been beaten hack with heavy loss. The most reproacliable event of the war so...

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

Ten Minutes to Twelve. By M. G. M'OLELLAND. 80 Phyllis discovered in him no lack, being preoccupied by her great hope and not rendered exacting by any self inhness of passion. Once a thought, 01 rather speculation, as to the events oJ those six yean of absence caused her tt put a question to him. They were sit ting in a darkened room, the girl at th< piano and R >yal In a low chair not fai removed from her. She had been play ing for him, soft music with minor ca dences. Something in it suggested the thought to which she gave utterance with the directness of a child i "Have you ever loved a woman. John Not me, in that old time when we wen both so young and didn't understand things. I mean real love—the kind ol feeling that makes thought of one pat ticular woman like the pulse of a inan'^ hmrt to him. You needn't bo afraid to tell me if you should have. I shall not be jealous." Then, slowly, and iDort truthfully, "At least I don't think J shall." The end of her sentence suggeste...

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

The Herald, WLFOID ALLEN. L JITOR AND PUBLISHUI PnhlitliM) .'vpry Hutimla/ morning) »t I'nll- | mtu, WUittnun county. \\H.-).iin;ion. •All AtlTortiH>«Tn«>j)tj« will I>h ooulinaed; untl chnrg"il f»>r until ord««rod out. TV.RMS Ol SUUSGIUITIONi o-,r. yk. i *~o ° BIX MONTHS ONLY. l>-'° M. 0. Tbci will reopen his Palace Hotel tomorrow, having had it pat in complete repair, and making it practi cally a ne# building. It will merit your patronage. Tfir. Hki:ai-d is always glad to receive oomraanioationa on tabjeoU in which the public ie interested, but to insure their publication id the current isßiie the* must be in before .Saturday moro ing. Two were received this week 100 late for publication before next week. Yen are invited to send communications on live subjeo'fl to this paper, but please get them in early in the week. Tn Missouri it is proposed to levy a tax upon bachelors as follows: Those bet ween the ages of 30 and 3") years are to be taked 810; between the ages of...

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