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

(WIIW iwn'w i»mwf!wflwflWfWWnWwl'WlWifWHwnM^jjJ I WE 1 I WANT —-w I I YOUR 1 ——TRADE | iJl^!^OTsaa3<_*_^^ Because Our prices are low. Because When possible, they will be lower. Because Wo Want to increase our busi . ness for 1895. Because It pays you to trade with a live, vigorous, prosperous, wide awake firm. Because It pays you, it pays us to get your trade; there it is to our mutual advantage. Let us have your Trade. If there are not sufficient reasons given above, then read on and become con vinced that it is to your interest to deal with us. Iby light my new Spring Stock for' Spot Cash from the manufac- I from the cast lots at turers in case lots at Pknic Prices! Dry Goods were never as cheap as at the present time. 1 present time. Below are a few ol our prices: 30 yards calico for . . $1 00 25 * " good calico for . .1 00 20 " best calico for . 100 25 " house lining . 100 20 " L L raunliu . . 100 15 " Cabot W muslin for . 100 14 '• Lock wood B for . 100 20 " common bleached ...

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 March 1895

I I I The Official Records, I fa m H Showing the & I Best Baking Powder. | »#r», _ JJ. ;$f The United States Government, after elaborate tests, ££ $3 reports the Royal Baking Powder a pure cream of if* S| tartar powder of greater leavening strength than any other. *& 2$ —Bulletin 13, U.S. A.;. Dtp., p. 599- gj $\l The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show the M Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leavening |^ 3l strength. — Bulletin 10, p. /6, Inland Rev. Dept. £}$ vyj We cordially approve and recommend the Royal |iv ▼p Baking Powder. It is absolutely pure and healthful, Xv $| composed of the best ingredients, of the highest strength |)~ *^f and character • — San Francisco Board of Health. &$ S3 Hence, in practical use, &± th The Royal Baking Powder goes j| |J further, makes purer and more £§ m perfect food than any other. £$} i m ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO , 106 WALL ST., NEW-YoHK. |« .Y> ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO , 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. $\£ RULES FOR SKATERS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 March 1895

OREGON'S FLOUR California Is Endeavoring to Shut It Out FROM THE ORIENTAL MARKET I'li»ur Spurn on Slchiiiith for the Orient Kngagetl by Sun FrancUco flouring Mill- for the Next Two Months—Or* gon'H Only RtNIIMi Ban FkaKCIBCO, Maroh 15. — The steamer City of Peking sailed yesterday for China and Japan, and all of her available space for freight was taken. The principal item of her big cartzo was flour, and there has been a scramble for room for this article. It haa been learned that contracts are being made for Hour shipments on both the Pacific Mail and Occidental & Oriental steamers as far ahead as May 1. The reason given for this rush for freight soace on the part of Houring men is the demand for room made by Port land millers. Strange as it may stem to Han Franciscans, Hour is being manu factured in Oregon and shipped to Hong Kong by way of San Francisco, and put on the Oriental market to compete with the products of California, Oregon peo ple are shut out from shipping by th...

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

A HYPNOTIC IVPOSTER AnFnKlWtmi la \\ BoCni I<l !<•• MinvThlnßl For T<:i>lic:h «>r ll] j>ii«itKn>. The subject who conic to tub had boon Ashining li.i in the irofession, and I havo reason to know that he was ex ceptionally gifted, tie had performed to crowded houses under several groat artists at tho Aquarium, and elsewhere in London and the provinces. He had figured nt select sconces of scientific hyp notists. He had boon privately operated on by medical men anxiously seeking after truth. And. by his own statement, ho had humbugged li. m 11. What proof had I, then, that he was not hum imggingme? Ample proof. offered, in the first place, to do under my direc tion everything which he had dono in public and private Semites when under supposed hypnotic control. I contem plated, in the Crst instance, accepting tins offi i ' ral ion to tHi'liM circle, and ii wno si lely owing to myself thai this was not done. .As a preliu innry. I aftked him to ex hi).it ;i fi-w of hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1895

fpje fhtllman Itefali. VOL. 7. NO. 23. ATTEMPTED MURDER A Young 1 Lady Receives an Infernal Machine Through the Postoffics. Every Effort to be 1 o Locate Would-be Murder, r Somewhere in the viciuity of Pullman there is a thing in human form for whom hanging would be too good, and who ia a fitsuhj ct for BUCh torture an the times of the inquisition would have visited up on him. He is a fiend incarnate, and every effort should bo put forth by the proper authorities to put him where his (levelish proclivities could be held in check. That Miss Gertie Spicer, the young lady daughter of W. A. Spicer, of Guy, is to-day ulive, she lias only a kind prov idence "to thank, as thii fiend, whose name is only known in suspicion, made a most desperate attempt at the destruc tion of her life, using as an agent to that end that invention of the devil, the "in fernal machine." Thursday morning Miss Spicer, accom panied by her sister, drove to Pullman from her country home near Guy, and on calling at ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1895

THE HERALD. WIIKHIUI AII.KN. I'UblUhfl PULLMAN .. ATTEMPT TO Xl I L LI A Japanese \\u\ 's Cowardly As- sault on lli« l HIS WOUND IS NOT SERIOUS While Upturning From » Peace Confer- • Hie iii Sliaonoaakl the Venerable Viceroy Wrna Shot by <» Young .liip- Hii«->.f. « Ik. Whk I'lik »■<! Under Arrest. Rimonosaki, Manh 28.—At Li Hung Chang, the Chinese peace envoj was re turning t<> his lodgings in thin place to day alter having attended a ci nference with Count [to and Count Ma tea, the, Japanese peace plenipotentiaries, a jronng Japanese fir«« 1 a pistol at him. The t>ulU't sped straight, but fortunately did no more harm than to inflict a wound in Li Hung Chang's lace. At the time of sending this dispatch it in Impossible to learn whether or i.ot the wound in t-eriouH. The attempt to assassinate the repre- Bentative of the emperor <>f China caused the most intense excitement, and on every side then- were expressions of deep regret. The would-be murderer wan arre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1895

Ten Minutes to Twelve. By M. G. M'OLELLAND. The city lies in a gulch, which it hat outgrown, and from which it has thrust itself upward on the hills and outward into the valley into which the gulch opens, growing naturally, as a crustacean grows, and splitting and casting its shell. It is a fair city to look upon, with long, straight streets and wide boulevards planted with cotton woods ami oilier shade trees and bordered by beautiful homes in which are garnered love, hope, enterprise, and frequently unusual cult ure. Baok of the city rise the mountains of the main range, holding treasures of gold under exteriors made rugged by rock and chasm and somber with the gloom of primeval forests of pine and fir. Royal, returning from a mining camp whither he had been summoned to miti gate the results of a misunderstanding which had ended tumultuously, rode quietly along the old trail, letting his horse regulate the pace. He. was tired and a trifle depressed, for there had been no letter fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1895

Th.c Herald, W LFO-fD ALLES. EotTOlf AMD PUBLISHER Pul>' 'r-1.-.i ,\,'i\ Balordaj morning, «t Pall nun, HUilinmi county. \\'*hliiiiL't>'ii. AD AilT<»rti«t«nii>iitt, will ho rontinn^d and ch»rc<il for until onlfifx] out. TERMS OP BUBBCUIPTIONI OM' Vi:.- -{ $2.0(> Si\ MONTHS ONLY «•«»«» Another One >*ti Bcobejr. The evident distre n > f tho Olympian over the veto of the Hutohinson school book bill excius a mild Buspicico thai tln> editor of that paper wi.h looking for h job ii the bill should I" me a law; and this suapioion will hardly be allayed I>_\ the well known place-seeking repu tat ion of that gentleman, w lio msviiik to bave taknn to journalism as a cloak for service ntnier the state. "Journalists" of tliut variety bring lit tie* credit to the profession. Spokesman- Review. World's Wheat < i<>p. A WashingtoH speoial to the Boston Uernld deputes reuent r«*porta thAt the world's wheat crop has be«n diminish ing, and given the fol.owing figu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1895

+ THE + Following Was Received from Received from one of my out-of-town Customers X FEW » DHYS ••• HCO, TV O T T "Why do yon do business, anil why is your store So crowded at times one can scarce reach the door, While other morcbrnts right in theßame town Have hothing to do hut to Bigh «nd to frown? ["he answer to this, I urn [jhid to relate, And hope none will think 1 equivocate Whan L say there is no place in nil the world 'round Wfteresuoh bargains in Dry (ioods and Clothing lire found. Why are you doing business? The question Booms queer: To ninny of us it is all very clear: When people are'eoming by the dozen and score All beaded for A. W. Mott's Cash Store. And what greets them there? They stand dumb with surprise And can scarcely believe what they see with their eyes; From ce'.ling t» floor, and up the broad stairs, Tho storehouse is fairly groaning with wares. But what astonishes them most are the prices annexed, And they find the proprietor remembers the t»xt That "Honesty ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1895

HI : ■ ■ ' »g 1 Accept None of the t£ I Pretended Substitutes for j| 1 D^^ ra 1 taking I 1 IX OV H 1 Powder | 1 85%11Ki AUSF- interior and cheaper made baking :^, ■^3 y fCj§ji preparations are bought .it wholesale at a price ffr M^ fmmmdm so much lower than Royal, some grocers are t^ urging consumers to use them in place of the Royal at ;jg *<& the same retail price. : If you desire to try any of the pretended substitutes % 'wj for Royal Baking Powder bear in mind that they are igf all made from cheaper and inferior ingredients, and are ::*£. not so great in leavening strength nor of equal money Zg <& value. Pay the price of the Royal Baking Powder §£ for the Royal only. f& It is still more important, however, thai Royal Baking |fr Powder is purer and more wholesome, and makes better, k^. 4£* finer, and more healthful food than any other baking hj? *££ ■ ft? £$ powder or preparation. js£s»> 4i «& •*&)lw!> ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 108 WALL ST.. NEW-YOR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1895

WILL END IN WAR A Jonrnal Says Mexico and Gua- temala Will Yet Figrht. REASONS ARE ALSO GIVEN Tin- Ministers of Those Two CouittrlpM However, Think That mi Adjust 1 In l»os«il>U«, Hiitl .Submit to an Inter- i view on the Subject. i WASHINGTON, March 22. —The state- j mentwas published in a local paper here j to-day that the Mexican congress would declare war on Guatemala as soon as it assembled next month, and a lonjj ac- , count of the reasons therefor was given. ' When the article was shown to the (iuatemalan minister, Mr. Lazo Arriaga, \ with the request that he state the actual condition of the Guatemalan-Mexican affair, he said: "This article contains several incor- j rect afiirmations. It is not true that the Guatemalan authorities invaded Mexi can territory, for the simple reason that j we do not like to offend another nation ; ' also, that the responsibility lor the delay in the survey of the boundary line rests upon Guatemala, because ttie Guate- I malan boundary commiss...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 30 March 1895

THE CONJURER. Into the world from far away, Where the year is always tuned to Mar, And the wind BoU&da oft as ■ lark aloft, A conjurer can i one* on a day, Many n. mystic ■pell he knew Wherewith to turn may (-kit's to blMi To make dull how );tx«w blight a# flowcni. And tasks that aifoiti mm lltrli t aft new. A touch of liis magic v.-unil, ami '"' From empty haudj rwect favors (low. And plemsui bloom In llvcaof gloom Where naiiK'ut l>t:t soumw mcd to^row. Out of the stormy *ky ni>ovn He brink's bile 1 Vr.i r, Ilka a heavenly dor*. His mlcht is sure, and his art is pure. And his nr.:n( —ibecoiijunr'n nauiev—la Low -Julia M. Llppiaann i:i.-'. Nicholas. Aft. r DlitiiT 8| oakhiß. An after dinriiT Bpevcli r-hould never be wholly"fucctious, unlt-ta I'ao speaker Ih very facetious imlccl p.thl cuts liis Bpeechfihcirt Itshoulunoi bofrivolona, ev«'ii when thoepi :ikj ria frill of frivolity. It must v.<,t under nhy cirL-nuistaiicca be silly. tL ■■_ :. tl :.- li'}'- ; '■•■■ who lati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 April 1895

fpje ftallnuw ftrfttUi VOL. 7. NO. 21. WITHOUT MARSHAL Thai Hal Been Pullman'! Condition for the Past Tew Days. The Ofllce Pilled by Appcintnu nt by the City Council. C. I>. Heywood was elected marshal of Pullman at the city election held last fall, but after serving a couple of months he concluded that he had better look for , ; n ,re lucrative position, aa city war rants would not even make g 1 soup. To this end, he handed in his resignation a couple of weeks ago, said resignation to take eft ct May Ist. Mr. Heywood,how ever, did not wait till May Ist to throw off his official toga, otherwise Btar, but as a good position was offered him at Pierce' City, Idaho, where payment would not be made in city warrants, but in coin of the realm, he lefl for that point Thursday morning without giving the city time to provide another mar shal, although Mr. H. turned the etar over to Mr.Geo. F. Parker, who has been wearing it Bince. The council held a special meeting Thunday night to till th...

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

THE HERALD. r Wll FOKH AI.I.HN. ruhll«'..i. PULLMAN PACKING BUSINh'SS Uorseraeal Should Open a New Industry to Americans. REPORT OF CONSUL TINGLE The Connnmptlon of HnrnefleOi '" <•'•" L»rga <:iti*>H In <;««riii»iiy Alnm«l '»« tJrt-iU ii* That of T.fff ami Mutton, ■tin! Coni inuitii v Growing. Wabhington, April 2.—One of the moat itriking novoltieß in the recent consular mail received at the Btate de partment is the deliberate recommenda tion of a United Mates consul that American packers should turn their at tention to shipping horseflesh to tier many. "In view of the prohibition of dcr man markets to American cattle, there is another direction toward which Amer ican packers might well turn their at tention. That is the preparation and nale of borsemeat." This in the opening paragraph of a re port just received from Consul Edward W. 8. Tingle at Brunswick, Germany. Mr. Tingle adds: "While exact statistics on the con sumption of horseflesh are difficult to obtain it seem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 April 1895

Ten Minutes to Twelve. Bj M. G. ITOLELLAND. The miners idea of the proper founda tion for conjugal happiness arrested Royal's attention. It threw a new lighi on his own affairs. He knew himseU that he had been held back from telling the story to Phyllis l>y other considera tion* than fear of her anger. Bhe would understand that, too. of the past. But now that she waa better, now that the cure WU well nigh complete, continued silence would be. open to misconstruction. He had sent his horse to the stable an hour before by the übiquitous boy win haunts street corners, and instead oi gointf home he turned aside from the main street and walked over to a new portion of the city building out on the hills. Here the electric lights were fewer and the streets less frequented. On every hand tasteful cottages already stood in pretty yards or were in process of erec tion. These wen; homes for men whose desires and incomes were both moderate. Royalsaunterelalong until be reached a corner lot o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 April 1895

The Herald, r •V LFQ.W ALLEN. Edito* and Publisher Published every Batnrdav morning, at Poll aiin, Whitman connty. Wuhiturtoa. -AH Adr.TticiniiojitH will be continued and ■cJinrged fur until ordered out. TV-HMn OF SUBSCIUrTIONi om:yiv*. *a.oo BiX MONTHS ONLY 1-°° The proepeot in that tb» price of wheel will bt> from forty to fifty cents this fall Whin (teorga called on Grover the other day nothing was said about the Pullman poet office, Uin.iamin Habbisoh is mentioned as a probable candidate for president iv '96. Hen is all right. No one dares tj predict when the Nm Teroe reservation will be oDened. It is ■ot safe to predict anything in these times of Grover the first. Wheat and silver tiavel hand in hand. Bring silver back to its rightful place and the wheat grower will receive ade quate returns for hin labor. At the city election just held in Chi cago the republicans were successful in every instance. The populists cant less than one-half f8 many votes as they did two years ago...

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

MOTT, Pullman, .Wash. Tempting Values Offered in New and Stylish Silks and Dress Goods. Dress Fabrics Were never Bold for such low prices as we quote, for our purchases of the new season's goods were of such magnitute and were made under such extremely advantageous cir cumstances that we are enabled to offer values that are unprecedented. Below are a few examples of these val ues, which are made doubly attractive "by the fact that our assortments in their present completeness afford buyers an opportunity to select from a limitless range of novel and artistic styles, de signs, colorings and fabrics at Figures that are Beyond Competition: 30 yards calico for . . SI 00 25 " good calico for . .1 00 20 " best calico for . 100 25 " house lining . 100 20 " L L muslin . . 100 15 " Cabot \V muslia for . 100 14 '• Lockwood B for . 100 20 " common bleached muslin, 100 15 " good bleached muslin . 100 12 " best " " . 100 2") %< common apron gingham 100 20 " beet " " 100 Outing Flannel, 5 cts ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 April 1895

S ft 1 i *$ llTl# IQYAL BAKING POWDER [| 1§ W&Hf' is the purest and strongest 5? 3* iJb^sSs baking powder made. It has «g »4 received the highest award at the U. S. &£ jS Gov't official investigation, and at all y| "tM the Great International Expositions and yf H World's Fairs wherever exhibited in f® competition with others. f£ ■*)S It makes the finest, lightest, sweetest, : fe- most wholesome bread, rake and pastry. 1^ "itl fa? "v More economical than any other leaven- g| || ing agent. j| i • (a jjft ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. fg* 3? NO DOG IN HER HOUSE. A Boarding Room Ki-cper T«>ll* wiiy Sh» II :i- Made Tlilh Rule. Persona with dogs and other pet* meet with a cold and clammy reception in New York boarding bouses, They may occasionally steal into fashionable flats, where the landlord or agent lias no direct meansof circumventing them, bat when it comes to the boarding house things are a little more dnflnite. A nice looking married couple went into...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 April 1895

DENOUNCES DOLE Joaquin Miller Says Hawaiin's President Is Tyrannous, THE EX-QUEEN WAS WRONGED The Treatment Ari'ordfd li,iunii'< I'o liti. :il I'riHonurH U l>.< lanil by the \|{«'«l I'ufl to He KnrliaruUH in the Kxtreme -Should lie J<eleH«f<i. San Fbancibco, March 21).—The Ha waiian minister of finance, Damon, and .loaquin Miller, the poet, were among the Australia'? passengers. Mr. Damon has come upon private business of his own, and goes hack on the next steamer. The poet left Honolulu suddenly with no other baggage than a copy of hie poems. Hia intended departure was kept & secret, for he wus afraid the of cials of the government would put him in prison. Miller is very bitter against the men in control in Hawaii. He de nounces the treatment accorded the po litical prisoners as barbarous in the ex treme, and says that men are dying in prison for want of air and proper food. He predicts that a filibustering expedi tion will be organized to go to Honolulu and resc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 April 1895

Tricks Thai art' Vain. A "double buck somersault that proves lo be ■ boomerang Circus tricks are not more rent uresom* than are i me of the acrobatic distortions of truth tlml the i:> yal iking Powder Company has boon lately exploiting on this coast. An article was recently published in this pnppr aimed at tbe Price Baking I'"IV d«r Compa' t, of Chicago. I' hn been found, on investigation, full of error hi d falpe statements. .I<-Im Hotel Tbatolior Btul the judge of awards on bnking pow der, it wan Btnted, |....( ritton to the. Price Company, claiming that ith adver tisements <f n World's Fair awar i »vc>re •'incorrect." Tin statement ia found ti> In' without the least semblance of t-utli. Ail ammonin powders were rigidly ban. <! from the World's Fair \" tho positive order of Prof. Wiley, judge of award* on baking powders. The Itoyal did nol exhibit at the fair. Wiih il barred In cause it contained nmmonia? It ia iiti indisputable fad thai P' 1- Price's Cream Bakin...

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