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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1895

ACUTE PHASE PASSfcD England Accepts the Guaran- tee Made by Salvador. TO BE PAID WITHIN TWO WKEKS w lien th«> (iuMrHnt«-t> Is Confirmed by > icirujjiiii the Troops Mt foiinto Will lt«> Withdrawn. Washington, May 4.—The depart ment of state received this afternoon a cablegram from Ambassador Bayard stating that Great Britain had accepted the guarantee made by Salvador for the payment of the indemnity by Nicara gua in London within a fortnight, and that as soon as Nicaragua confirms the guarantee and so informs the British admiral, the admiral is instructed to leave Coriuto. This official statement, given out at the state department after 4 o'clock this afternaon, may be regarded as chronicling the passage of the acute phase of the difficulty between Great Birtain and Nicaragua, which at one time perhaps threatened to involve the United States. It cannot be doubted that Nicaragua will promptly confirm the arrangement, and that the British fleet will leave Corinto as soonaa...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 May 1895

Commercial Hank AiVhh- Banker BttMM of Tekoa is in lie city on bnainpsa connected with the settlement of the Commercial Bank at fairs, says the. Moeo « Democrat. It is now possible that Borne, settlement will be reaihed. The uettlemeut proposed, and if confuimated will be in Hie »bap« of am agreement between the creditors whereby Hattaboußb will be pnt in as trustee t i settle Dp 'he ;.<T;.ir« f the bauk. Mr. Steams holds the §10.000 worth of collateral which win redeem' d from the Chemical bank, New York, by the payment of the $7,000 for which the collate!al wan held. This collateral will be realized on and the proceed■ go toward the payment of the oountv's claim. If any of the county's claim re mains unpaid out of this collateral tbe county will take its chances with the other creditors on the recoverY of the balance. By tliiH means the county will but likely loao nvthiog, if Treasurer Oiietrap üb«B proper precuution in enter ing the sgreement. The state's account is already ne...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 May 1895

mmm - D m M i vf r 4 Wt\t Itolimaw fltfafiX VOL. 7. NO. 30. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. — A show consisting of Negro minstrels, i acrobats, etc., was given in the auditor ium Tuesday evening, The managers of the show claimed that they were show ing fur the benefit of the Negro orphans j of the BOUtb, but parties who claim to know say that the company was gath ered together from Spokane and Wallace, and that the only orphans they were assisting were those in the combination. As the admission was free the auditor ium was filled to its utmost capacity, but when the hat was passed the people apparently looked the other way, as the amount raised was rather slim. The en tertainment was good. It was to have been repeated Wednesday evening, but on account of the light collection the date was cancelled. —Quite a number of local silver advo cates drove over to Oalfax Wednesday to hear (Jen. Warner and Congressman Bib l...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 May 1895

THE HERALD. ; —_—.— HilH'll *».!.».>. I'uhlUh. r. PULLMAN... WASH. TO INVADE CHINA. Tt>r Salvation trm.v Hope to Follow In Hi.- Footstep* of Japan. San Francisco, May 14.— Another Army is about to invade China, though the campaign will be conducted on dif ferent lines from that of the Japanese. The Salvation Army is going to try to conquer the Orient and bring tin mill ions of Chinese in the folds of Chris tianity. The leader of the movement is Pong Poo Sing, a young Chinese and member of the Salvation army here, and who is employed as a type writer in the office of the War Cry. He said to a reporter: "1 expect that the army at the proper time will send me to China. To go to China was really the object that led me into the Salvation Army. 1 wanted to do something for my country along jinny lines. The late war, 1 believe, ; ■us made China open her eyes. As a result, the way will be Open for Chris tianity, civilization and other good things." Captain Fong express'-* himself flue...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 May 1895

THREE. Three comrades walked with me when life was new. And one was Youth, whose brow from care was free: The second one was Joy, who danced and sum:: The other, Hope. These left me company Until a day when Youth "farewell" did say And left me at a turning of the way. Fair Hope walks with me still, but keeps her eyes Lifted to where the hills of heaven shine, And Joy (whose other name is Peace), remains. Though in her face I see a light divine. But well I know, when past earth's, toil and pain. Sweet Youth, once lost, will then be mine ■gain) —Helen Percy in Good Housekeeping. A LOVE AFFAIR. The girl 1 am going to tell you about 4| rather pretty, and her name is Edith. She has dark hair, and her eyes are bine, and she dresses well. She has been graduated from a seminary of good re pute, and her disposition is amiable to a degree which more than a year ago brought all the young men of the neigh borhood at her feet. I think she won a tennis championship in singles some where last year...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 May 1895

The Herald, Wi.FOID ALLEN. Editor 4*o Pubushlk I'i.-t..i«hwi c\«t> Hiliml.iv morning, nt l'nll m in, Wliitmmi'•ounty. Wnsliinnti>lij All V.lv.Ttiw.Mii.iiilß will »>«• r.illtiniiH.l lind icharked f->r until ordnrod out. . tkhms OK aunßCiurriON! 6«tßfJ 98.0U I \ M(>NIIIS()M,V '■'"' Tiiij worst feature of the Warner. Sibl.'viour in th« -interest of silver" is th.it it appears to be more in the inter est of Bible who is being boomed for president. Tin: wheels m the bead of t c Colfai :. tto nun t ot a little out or order last week, .the :eeull appearing in a little two-liner OO the editorial page. \<>u .in- about tWO blocks off, dear brother. Do yon prefer to give uh satisfaction with pistols or Hulling pules? blood trust flow after disgracing the Hebald by connecting the name of the fallen iilul with it. 11 the frui! grower! <>f thi« district should co operate in the construction of a fruit cannery it would be a mint for them. I.v. rv year in the midst of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 May 1895

Why Is It Do You Ask? That we are doing such a land of fice business? Winy Do customers pour in'o our store in a steady stream, while other stores are £mpty? Winy Do people come once, then come again, and keep coming for all they want? The Answer To these questions lies in the fact that the beautiful new goods with which our store is packed are new er and prettier than those shown any here else, and the prices are from 15 to 25 per cent lower than you can get in any store in the Pa louse country. The people know a good thing. The people want good things. We give them what they want. That's why we are so busy selling Dry Goods, Millinery, Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Wall Paper, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes a. w. mm, Pullman. Wash. Indian Homesteader. About a dozen Snake river Indians came to town Tuesday to help Gnash Poween secure title to certain lands on Snake rivor near Ahnota, filed on by bis deceased brother, Ush Ush Poween, in June, 1881, says the Commoner. Ush Ueh was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 May 1895

$ The U. S. Government Tests <j !| Show the Absolute Superiority of £ f, Royal Baking Powder. j» i (A?,' from the Infest Official I. S. Government Report on Baking g v» Kn'tuiVrs, Department of Agriculture, Bulletin ij, page 599 'A 1 TJ) OVAI' is placed first of the cream of tartar t> t! i\ powders; actual strength, 160.6 cubic inches of >) ji leavening gas per ounce of powder. 'I Every other powder tested exhibited a much g f y lower strength than the Royal, the average being *j \i ; 3 per cent. less. k % Every other powder likewise showed the presence £ if of alum or sulphuric acid. (< S The claim that this report shows any other powder of superior K< 5 strengtn or purity has been denounced r.s .1 falsehood Iy the }) y 0 i >veinin< nt officers who 1 lado tlio tests. r U ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. 106 WALL ST., NEW-Yoß'<. /J WALL STREET SUPERSTITIONS. Hrok.-r. Who Hhvk Th«ir Mhm-oU - The Number 18 Kcitri'il hiiil K«-h|i«oI«-tl. Luck does not rule Wall street s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 May 1895

PEACE IS ESTABLISHED Ratifications of the Treaty Ex- j changed at Chee Foo. NO CHANGE MADE IN ITS TEXT i The Condition* I nder Which Japan j Agreed to Kenounce Possessiim of l.iiiu Tung I'eiiiiiHulH. Yokohama, May 11.— China has j withdrawn her request to have the ar mistice prolonged, and ratifications of the treaty of peace were exchanged at Che Foo at midnight. Washington, May 11. —An official j dispatch from Tokio to the Japanese le- j gation states that ratifications of the j treaty of peace between China and Ja- j pan were exchanged at Che Foo yester- 1 day. No change was made in the text of the treaty as originally concluded. ] Taking into account, however, the rec- ; ommendations made by Russia, Ger- ; many and France, the Japanese govern ment has agreed to the renouncement of i the permanent possession of Liau Tong peninsula, on condition that the ar- ; rangement regarding the terms and I form of renunciation shall be reserved for adjustment between itself and the | governm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 May 1895

I mom for Farmer*. Acrio-iltnrnl College, Pullman, Wash., May 11 — President Bryan pontributw the follow on diversified farming: Th.» othiT fl.«v a gei t leman told mo <>f a series of the small fruits li» bad »r ranged ..nil be added that f<>r 'Il** l lilht two or three years from the Br*l ripe cherries in the spring until frost there wan Dot 'i dm nor a m»>;il nt which they did not. hnvp or might, baye bad the tin ept of fruits fresh from the busbea Rod trt'f-s. besides all iney could pnt np for winter u^>. From frost till spring Bgniu pt>ars and apples were s daily luxury. The sane supply of fruit is possible on every farm. Now, what have we? In every line the possibility of n supply of food in kind and quantity fit for the j-odi '' fou(1 that costs some tuen 8*)00. $1,000 or more a year in i bh quantity and poorer quality. All this may be produced with sufficient skill in management without the outlay of money on the farm . There are food supplies which must ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1895

fpje ftallmat* ftetfalu. VOL. 7. NO. 31. DECORATION DAY. Program for the Observance of the Day in Pullman. Hon. Willis Sweet, of Moscow, to De- liver the Oration. When the trumpet sounded the invi tation for volunteers to preserve the Union the belt of the nation responded, but at final roll call the terrors of civil warfare were brought most vividly and painfully to the hearts and homes of the country. Hardly a fireside but had lost a loved one who had lain down his lite that his country might be preserved in tact. That the United States stands today pre-eminently in the lead of nations we have "the hoys who wore the blue" to thank, and the thanks of the whole commonwealth goes out to them every day in the year. But the privilege of doing special honor to the memory of those who met untimely death in the great strife is reserved for one day of the year, May 30th—Decoration Day, and now a legal holiday. It would be an ungrateful people md d ed that did not on that day fulfill the lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1895

THE HERALD. Z^T— L- -- I '-'- . ~^~- ~- ■•■ ■- W1I.KIIUI) »H.M. I nl.lUiiv. PULLMAN W AKII. HOW CUBANS FIGHT. It In Said That til Their lttark« ■■•• Mmli I iom > liittiinh. New York, May 21. — A special I" the World from Havana says: The en gagement at Jovito afford* a good ex ample of the methods of fighting which the Cuban insurgents have adopted. The combined bands of IVriquito, Peres, Mum. Bonne, Cartagena and Canon lay in ambush ii the woods, and suddenly attacked Lieutenant-Colo nel Boch, on the march, with a part of his regiment, the "Fighting Siman ties." Boch, the surgeon and another officer at the head of the column fell at the first fire. Then the Spanish soldiers under Major Uobles' orders, got under cover, and tiring was kept up all day. The insurgents did not disclose them selves, but shot from shelter, whenever they could nee the suggestion of a sol dier. Tlir position chosen by General: Ifaceo was strong, .nil he was able to place hit) vastly superior force, in bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1895

AN ARMY PORTIA, By CHARLES KING-, U. S. A.. Authoro) "Tht Colonel % Daughter," /»» .*. rh r." "From tin 1 li<mks,' y ■• l>nn raven Hunch," "Wo SnitliCl's." [Copyright, 1890, by .1 B. Llppinoott Company Philadelphia, and published by n|>ecUU uriuL,.* lufiit With them.) CHAPTER I. The crnnh of a rifle, a henvu fall,a moon. Then — xlinive. It must have been nearly midnight. The lights in the barracks and at the old hospital beyond had long since been extinguished, and only here and rhyre along the row of officers' quarters and at the guard house, suggestively planted half way down the slope toward the post trader's store, was there sign of wakeful life. One or two upper windows gave forth a feeble gleam, and there was quite a jovial glow pouring from the open doorway of the colonel's big house across the dark rectangle. It fell upon the tall white flagstaff and displayed it from base to crosstrees, a solitary, ghost like shaft, and then, with gradually dimin ishing power, illu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1895

The Herald, *T LFQiD ALLEN. h'PiWR *HD PußLtSHf* rn»»!i-t,.'.l ev,.r> Si.tui ■!..» niorninc, at ''»" mm, Wliiimun county, Wwhln«um. Ail 4dr«rtitieraenti will be ebutinuad sad . :.jirn«Hl fur until orderod out. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: O\Kl\ ft $'J.<><» S.X. MONTHS ONLY *-°° THERE il a very bright prospeot that the Palouae will be bleated with fifty cent wheat, and !otH of it thiH fall. Busiiness in Pullman i« rapidly im provii g, and tbe merchants are making preparations for a good trade this fal • Pur continued cold weathe' all over tht> <;iht bas serous! j injured fruit and grain. But the northwest will profil tin'!, by. True farmers will realize more olear pri'tit on tli<-ir crops thiH year itinn be fore. The coal of production han been it luced to the lowee! possible Dutch. 1 1 in to be hoped i hat the delay in the opening of theNez Perce reservation will nol be long. It ia already working a hardship on the intending settlors who have come tn Lie wis ton and o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1895

Why Is It Do You Ask? That we are doing such a land of fice business? Wl ly Do customers pour in'o our store In a steady stream, while other stores are empty? Winy Do people come once, then come again, and keep coming for all they want? The Answer To these questions lies in the fact that the beautiful new goods with which our store is packed are new er and prettier than those shown any vhere else, and the prices are from 15 to 25 per cent lower than you can get in any store in the Pa louse country. The people know a good thing. The people want good things. We give them what they want. That's why we are so busy selling Dry Goods, Millinery, Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Wall Paper, Clothing, If cits, Caps, Boots and Shoes a. w. wm, Pullman. Wash, CVhat ii Maveri<:in«. fcoine 3 'Mi j agi > a man named Mavericl-; locate 1 near Austin, T( :;.,and went int< the stock business, He had considera'. i< money and established a large ranch, mo tly of cattle. He was what might bi terme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1895

«*2lsi**3S~SKl32 * One Grocer has been found who M 8" says he will not handle 5| I Royal Baking Powder! § 5 And the reason he gives is of interest to ft li every housekeeper. It is that he can make \JT *J|. more money selling the other baking pow- V\ VT ders! He says he can buy all other powders v -Sj at from 20 to 50 per cent, lower price than (£ 2? Royal, while he sells them at the same price. & ft That means when the housekeeper buys some *) S powder other than the Royal she pays the £ £} same price, but gets a powder costing to make Ijf "i and worth only half as much. j^ £ It is a fact that the Royal Baking Powder is ;fc $) made from more highly refined, purer, and rj ?J more wholesome ingredients than any other £ flfr baking powder. Most ci the others arc made 4fj 5? from alum. All of them contain adulterants or j£ •ft impurities. Absolutely pure cream of tartar and (jf £ soda, as used in the Royal, cost more than im- § $ pure cream of tartar and alum; hence the greater "$ ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1895

THE REPUBLIC SHAKY A Change of Administration Likely in Hawaii. THE PEOPLE ARK DISSATISFIED ■x-Mlnlater Thuraton Strongly Advo eatex a Monarchy With Princess Kalnlanl Placed on tin- Throne. San Francisco, May 18.—An evening paper prints the following: Private letters from Honolulu by the (steamer Australia declare that a change of administration will soon occur there, and that the change is advocated by no less an important personage than ex- Minister Thurston. The information comes from a reliable source and can not be questioned. According to the letters received here, all that is preserv ing the present government is the fact that it possesses the arms to quell an other outbreak and is exciting itself in its efforts to prevent the landing of contraband arms. It is well known that the government forces numerically are greatly in the minority, and no one has been made to realize this fact more than ex-Minister Thurston. At the recent conference between ex- Minister Thurston and Pre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 May 1895

Fa-ton. Waahtacton r.trm<i- From report* in Eastern Washington papprs it ia««ia that there is a wide, spread movement among 'he farmers of that section to cut down tb< ir acreage in Wheat, and t« devote some of heir land to the cultivation of fruit ami veg etables, us well as to increase their bold ings of etock and engage more exten sively in the dairying business. New creameries me being pal in operation in dozens of 'li*» smaller towns, small pork picking establishments are. repot Led hi being in contemplation, and from all Motions, hut particularly in the irriga tion belt, are accounts of the planting of new orchard*. The largest sawmill in ; the Palou <• ii being taxed to snpplt j the suddenly increased demand for pack ing boxes for eggs and fi nit, anil Bride a more profitable market market For it* lumber in this no* direction than it bud Men during the boom times, when the mill Was run on building lumber exolu sivelv. These are all encouraging eipns of the commenceme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1895

She ihiUm&ir iln&lfc VOL. 7. NO. 32. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Happenings in Pullman During the Past "Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —On complaint of John Saddler, Floyd Moore, of this city, was last night ar rested on a charge of adultery, Saddler alleging that his wife was the other guilty party. The case will be tried before Justice Merriman this afternoon. About six weeks ago Sad Her and his wife sep arated, the cause of their disagreement being the alleged mis-step of his wife, and she returned to her parents at Puy allup. Later Mr?. Saddler commenced action for divorce giving as her grounds failure to provide, etc. Mr. S. brings the counter charge of adultery, Moore being the co-respondent, criminal action having been brought against him, In the action for divorce Saddler will deny the charges made against him, and will ask for the custody of the three little children. He will also prosecute the charge of adultery against both parties. Saddler at one...

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

THE HERALD. WII.FOlll) ALLBNi I'liblUh". PULLMAN WASH. WHYNOEXTRASESSION It Would Prevent the Return of Prosperity. ONE REASON OK TIIK PRESIDENT H(-Ki<lt>M Incoming CongreM, Which I» llrpubllcan, Would I'"*" Needed Tariff Legislation. Washington. May 28.—1t is under stood that Cleveland has said that one reason that why he will not call con gress to enact laws to meet the defici ency is because it would prevent the return to prosperity which he believes is pending. The president thinks there would be much financial legislation talked of, and much tariff legislation suggested whioh,would unsettle busi ness of all kinds and prevent business from going forward. But more than all is the desire of the president to see the present tariff law given a longer test than it could possibly have if con gress should reassemble. He knows that the Republican congress will insist upon raising the necessary revenue for the government by an increase of duty on foreign goods, and he would be plac...

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