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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1895

IN ARMY PORTIA. By CHARLES KING, U. S. A.. duihbrof "The Colonel's Daughter," "Tlit i Deserter," "From the Hunks:' "Dun raven Ranch," "Tiro Soldiers.' 1 [Copyright, 1800. by .1. B. I.ippincott Company Philadelphia, ami published by special arruu^-* --inriit with them.] "Where do you suppose the recruiting officers picked up a fellow like that? He has the language of an educated man." "He was enlisted in New York," was the reply, "and I have frequently noted him on guard. They tell me he has more influence over the men in his battalion than any other non-commissioned officer. and I am glad he has promised that there will be no more of this night business." And yet, two days afterward, the colonel sent for Corp. Brent to say that the agreement was being violated. Three soldiers had been seen running from the southwest gate across the parade the night before. The sentry had been taken off on the strength of the arrange ment; the Rifle nine had won the game amidst great enthusiasm, and ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1895

The Herald, W LFOID ALLEN. Fdito* *M> PuitrSHE* rn»»'in»i«d every Sktardaj morning, at Pull -in, Whitman county. \Vv)iinct»n. AH AaT^rti^mriitii will ho eoutinaad hh.l cluircol for not ! ordered out. 1i UM ! BDB8CR1PTION: Osl VK ,-t »2.00 BiX MON i Us OKI \ l'°° CROPS of all kinds in the SMI and south have bean greatly damaged by inued cold weather. The BOrtfa i bai BBoaped. The rnnkH of the old veterans will gnu. thinner as the years go by. With •a h sued eding Decoration day thegn»y Imirs becomt more noticeable. TuiMis will be lively in the city of Bowing wells again this fall. With the great crop, which nsture pron \>-<*-*, Bud the fair prioe which it will command, Pullman will come in in the lead. llow about that fruit canning estab lish vent in Pullman? There is not a I reason on earth why a oannerj should not. op-rate saoooMfally in this city. Ii will be as far reaoking as a sugar factory in its benefits to the com oiiii>itv, and could bo put in operation quicker a...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1895

Why Is It Do You Ask? That we are doing such a land of fice business? W l-i y I 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 anywhere else, and the prices are from 15 to 2'» per cent lower than you can get in any store in the Fa 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 (did Shoes a. W. fI2BW, Pullman. "Wash. A Fast Mile On Sunday Fred Waite at the fair giound in a practice mile, broke tho northwest bicycle record for that dis tance, says the Gazette. He made the mile in 2:13, paced by singles at each quarUr. At the first trial the pacers did ...

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

ROYAL Baking Powder is absolutely pure and healthful, composed of the best ingredients, and of the highesi itrength. It is impossible to make a purer ov stronger baking powder. — San Francisco Board of Health. ACUTE DYSPEPSIA ___ SYMPATHETIC HEART DISEASE OFTEN ATTENDS IT. Mr*. V. Car «>f « ini<-n<«>, lowa, T*ll» mii Interesting Stor.v <>f Her ■»• perleiiVfl With IMnk IMIIn. From tinl Republican, Cedar Rapid!, lowa.] Mrs. V. Curley who has resided in Clarence, lowa, for the past twenty-two yeras, tells an interesting story of what she considers rescue from premature death. Her narrative is as follows: , "For ten years prior to 1894, I was a constant sufferer from acute stomach trouble. I had all the manifold symp toms of acute dyspepsia, and at times other troubles were present in complica tion— 1 did not know what it was to enjoy a meal. No matter how careful 1 might be as to the quality, quantity and preparation of my food, distress always followed eating. I was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1895

NEW OVERLAND LINE The Union Pacific May Reach S*n Francisco. WOULD BREAK THE MONOPOLY Scheme by Which the Oregon Pacific May Become » Link in Another I i :m».mil iinntal Itiiail. San Francisco, May 24.—Within a few mouths another transcontinental railway, the Union Pacific system will have a terminus on the bay of San Francisco. This will break a railroad monopoly that has held the city in an iron grip ever since the first railroad reached this section of the Pacific coast. After years of patient efforts and many disappointments, the Union Pacific sys tem has effected an arrangement by which it can reach San Francisco bay. Tiburon will be its teminal, and an increased ferry service between this city and that point will be one of the benefits to this part of the state. This will be accomplished by a con necting link, the Oregon Central ft Eastern railway, formerly the Oregon Pacific, uniting the Union with the San Francisco & North Pacific railway, commonly called the Donahue bro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 June 1895

WASHINGTON CITY NEWS Bpocial CoiTTMtpoi dPiiec. Wahhinoton, liny 24, ISO."). Senator Palmer, of Illitiois, is in Washington. Tbe principal pnrpoH« of his visit being to inform Mr. Cleveland of the total collapse of Ibe hdmiiißtrn tion campaign againat free silver in thai state, which wan inaugurated l>v Mr. Cleveland's lei ler to that alleged non- partisan Chicago committee, Incident ally Senator Palmer took occasion to tX press his opinion of two prornim Ill inois democrats he accuses of straddling the silver question, in the following Inn gna^e: "Nobody expected anything els* of ice President Stevenson, because it is well known that if any question bus two Bides to it Mr. Stevenson will bitvo Do opiuiou on it. Bill Morrison, bow- I ! mi) in ibe beginnii •_: was rail surprising, although 1 think, aa nffiiirs are Bl nping themselves, be was wise in ig a conservative and non commit tul position, It will give b.m more infln ence when the real BghtiDg begins, if it •rer does." [Spea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1895

pie IPmiimatf ftefftlft VOL. 7. NO. 33. WE WILL CELEBRATE Arrangements Now Being Made to Cel ebrate the Fourth in Pullman. Meeting Called for Next Monday. o'clock, to Arrange Program rhe great American eagle will not sit with folded pinions and downcast eyea In the city of flowing wells on the approach ing Fourth of July, I ut with outstretched wings will scream its loudest scream, and the Palouee hills will resound with its cry of freedom.! Pullman will celebratei Partiel who have interested themselves In the matter have met with Bllch success in circulat ing the subscription paper that they state that the celebration will be made :> rousing one, equal to the best, and one that will attract a crowd of people. The ollicia! program has not yet been arranged, but a meeting has been called for next Monday, at \\ o'clock, in the city hall) where final arrangements will be perfected, and the list of Sports and attractions completed. Sun.' it is, how ever, that Pullman's celebration wi...

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

THE HERALD. WItrOKI) Al.l.*>. lublUher. PULLMAN WASH. SIGNED BY ALMLI) Statement From Illinois' Gov ernor on Debs Decision. A UOYKKNMKM BY INJUNCTION ll<- Accuse* 1110 Mipr<me Court <>f Hay- Ing Trampled I p»i> KlghU <«f the People. Springfield, Ills., June4.—Governor Altgeld is of the belief that the SU preme court has established a danger ous precedent in remanding Eugene V. Debit and his American Railway Union BMOCiateS to jail. He expressed him self in a very caustic manner today regarding the decision, and accuses the oouri of trampeling on the rights of the people, and being the tool (■(' a monopoly- He give* hia views for pub lieatiou in a Mgned statement, in Which 1"' ays in part. "This decision marks a turning point in our history, for it establishes a new form of government — that is, government by injunction. "The provision of the constitution that no man shall be deprived of his Liberty without a trial by an impartial jury us practically wiped out by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1895

IN ARMY FORTH. By CHARLES KING, U. S. A.. Author of Th* Colonel's Daughter," "Tin Hcscrtcr," "From the Ranks,'! "Dun raven Ranch," "Two Soldier*." (Copyright! l*-10. by J. B. Llpplncott Company Philadelphia, and published by special arruuv* m«nt with them.] "It was some of our men that did it, sir," said Wallace regretfully, "and I'd give a month's pay to prove it on them. I'd give more than that if I thought 1 could prove that no cavalryman had anything to do with it." Then the colonel had sent his orderly to ask the doctor how Brent was coming on, and the doctor replied that ho was still unconscious and he really could not tell how the case would end. it wan from this message the orderly had just returned. Old Morris was greatly dis turbed. Ho had proposed having re view of the entire command, cavalry dismounted, and treating his guests to a stirring and martial sight, but when the assembly Bounded he had completely changed his mind, and so informed his wife. '.Tin all upset about...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1895

The Herald, W IFOJD ALLEN. Editor and Published l*nl»:Uhed e%ory Hutimliiy morning, »t Pnll bud. Whitman county. \Vwhin«toni Ail .\.U(.rtiw'ni<>nt>. will I"1 continued Mill ■ t.i.r-1-.i for nntll dhlerod "'"■ TVXMB OF SUIWCJUITION: On: YK: :X *-•<><> SIX MONTHS ONLY . • l iHi Pi i i.m\n Till celebrate the Feurth. May the pink and blue uiivo vu'tori ■ today. Bring youi surplus patriotism to Pniltua'.' on the Fourth and let it over ti, v. 11 the present rash to the silv< : mi contiunea tbe gold bngs will have to emigrate to England to find eunyen m! company. Dhb enterprising merchant! of l'ull man show their loyalty t >, und mtereal in tbe agrinnltural college, by closing their places of business during tho field daj sports thill all may uttend. Winds will always b« found quite willing to shifi the responsibility in any matter from his o*n dear self to some one nnable to defend himself. If during hia term of office eight or ten prices were paid for artiolea ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1895

Why Is It Do You Ask? That we are doing such a land of fice business? Wl Do customers pour in' o our store in a steady stream, while other stores are empty? Wl]y Do people come once, then come ■Do people come once, then conic 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 I that the beautiful new lower than which our store is packed are new* cr and prettier than those shown any vhere el=e. and the prices are. from 16 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 ', Furiiis!ting Goods, Carpets, mill Paper, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes a. w. mm, Pullman. Wash. Chinese Pheasants. The Latah County Sportsman's asso ciation has impor...

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

I U.S.Govl | 5 Baking Powder ri I Tests, 1 •1 £i £ rpi-if? report of the analyses of Raking Powders, made 9 f# Iby the I. S. Government (Chemical Division, Ag'l £) "1 Dcp't) shows the Royal superior to all other powders, « / and gives i^ leavening strength and the strength of each y (r of the other cream ■■■ tartar povvderj tested as follows: X r*< <• i *1 LGAVENINO OAS, <•<! / v -—.» Q i * Per can*.. Cub) I per ox /,', -5J ROYAL. Absolutely Pure, 13.06 160.6 % 13 /12.58 . 151.1 w ;-, All OTHER POWDGRS I „,, , ? ?>6 3j If TESTED are reported to con- I 10.26 123.2 V; (1 tain both lime and sulphuric / ' |l 4 <*j ft acid, and the best of them to \ 9 ' 2(J |(| , Jj li- be of the following strengths go . ( , 0 . (; [5 respectively, ' 7 .>s -; 7 . 4 fj ft J ?i These tests, made in the Gov't Laboratory, by impartial j,J "< and unprejudiced official chemists, furnish the highest m & evidence that the "Royal" is the best baking powder. § g i"1 ROVA' BAKINQ P3WOE9 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1895

THE COLIMA WRECKED The Pacific Mail Steamer at the Bottom ot the Sea. HUNDREDS OK PKRSONS LOST Particular* of ••>«" Dl«a«t«r Have Not Vet Arrived at Sun BJrmnclaoo, and Little Ih Known. San Francisco, May 80.—In a strange, vague way the tirst news of the wreck of the Coiinui was received tonight at tin- Merchants' Exchange. A tele phone message was received at the ex change saying that a resident of this city received a telegram this evening from his father, who was a passenger on the Colima. The telegram, as re peated to the Merchants' Exchange, was dated Manzanillo, May 'JS, and read as follows: "Saved. Will wire further particu lars." The man whu Bent the telephone metwage did nut give his name. K. P. Hohwerin, superintendent of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, received the messsage notifying him of the disaster several hours after the telephone mes sage was sent to the Merchants' Ex change. Therefore when inquiries were made early in the evening, the lo cal representatives...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 June 1895

Is ii Petroleiini? In n nell so re forty feet (loop on Thou. Halo's* farm there rises <«n t hi' Mirfm'H of th» nn!(>r mi < i!v likr» wmiiii thai several who bare examined it pronounce to I 9 ■! roleutn, piivb the Gaifield Enterprise li, is j»roiisv and smells like coal oil* I When skimmed off it rolleols again in « short time. The first dfoobVerj of oil at Oil City, renneylvnDi'n, whs near the •'Hfaoe, find if this should develop into such BDotbi r , oil field it would furnish another good rensua for ii»ii name sometimes Replied ■%y H'lisliington-.-tiiH [VnjisylviUiia of the Pacific ! U '">lf- _ I Annivcrsn'i'j of tho l.ynrhlntf. I Coijax. Junn I.— A jour ngo this • , i t ,iM i' HWIIK ' Wo. ©nod t'liriv to ii" '. t tie boil lei* of two men, j J. Hill nud George LVker, hanging from the balustrade of the second Hlory . of the courthouse, The story of iMc. Crimes will not be soon forgotleu< Im\ Hill had a part in tin Killing of Lnng ford Summers nt I Ihi Bi ;-i. and Park...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1895

2B» fpullmw WittcdU VOL. 7. NO. 34. TO BE DEDICATED. The College Administration Building Will be Dedicated on June 26th. Many Noted Visitors will be Present, and it will be a Great Day. Wednesday, June 28th, will he a threat day in Pullman, and all the town and country side will turn out. to welcome v -itors from other parts of the state, and all will join together in dedicating the new administration building to the cause of education. Governor McGraw and hi.s staff will be here, and Hon. Patrick Henry Win ston, of Spokane, will make the oration of the day. The Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction will dedicate the build ing. Speeches will be made in behalf of the town, the faculty, the students, and the regents, and we will have the pleas ure of listening to speeches from distin guished statesmen from abroad. Among those invited to speak are Senator John L. Wilson, Hon. Levi I*. Ankeny, Judge Dunbur, Speaker Morrison, Lieut. GoY. Luce, and others. Special trains will \ikely be ru...

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

THE HERALD' wu.roKo Aia.aN. P«>HUfc»r. TULLMAN WASH. TREND OF BUSINESS Better Conditions Prevail in Every Direction. CROPS AUK AS YET UNSETTLED Ah th«« Earning r..».r of tin- Mn«»«« lirroiiifM Greater, « oiiHiiui|>tioii (Iruwa Larger— l'rlceii IIIr'1 • New York. June 10.—Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade says: "The trend of business is rising, oven as it was falling just two years ago, With surprising rapidity. The gain has gone 80 far and so fast in Home branches that the more conserva tive fear it may not be maintained. j Hut the period of dullness which comes in each market after an unusual rise lirings as yet nothing like a correspond ing decline. Industires gain much, halt, or fall back a little and then gain once more. The demand for consump tion is steadily increasing as the em- ; ployment and wages of the people in crease. The demand for money in creases, one bank reporting ■,".» per cent increase in the discounts for the conn- j try and another 28 per cent more c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1895

AN ARMY PORTIA. By CHARLES KINO, U. S. A.. Author of "The ('oUmel't Daughter," "77/» lifscrtrr," "From tin Rank*," "/>"»*■ raven Ranch," "Two SoUlien." iOojiyrisht. 1W i\v .1. B. Llpplncott Company , Philadelphia, ami published by s|K-cia,l arruu** I niKiit with them.) "You have had a very bad teacher. Sir. Take your hand out of that pocket!" An ugly scowl had settled on Welsh's downcast face. He had stuffed the chamois skin in his blouse pocket, and still stood there in ■> slouching attitude, with his cap on the back of his head. Slowly, in obedience to the order, he low ered his hand to the side. ••Now take your cap oft." One could have heard a pin drop al< iner the big room. Forty men stood there in silence, listen ing breathlessly to this strange and nn usual colloquy. Reluctantly, yet over awed by the steady gaze in the blue eyes of the young officer, Welsh's hand went up to the cap, then tossed it. angri ly some distance away. If he expected rebuke on that score it wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1895

Tlk^ Herald, H' LFQIO ALLEN. Fonon anp Publish!* I'atitUhed eVery Saturday warning, at ''"'l •iii,. Whitman county, \\ ■.-liim;t<>n. All A.lvrtrtisenirntH v ill be nnitinnwl »nri oluvrg.vl for until ordered out. 1 KftMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONKYKi It ..$2.00 81 \ MONTHS ONLY '• iH} : hi- OoUod News Letter ia now nndei tbe editorial and basincea managemenl of Ij P. ( hbbe, late of Uiuoiitown. I'm: prioe of wheat continaea atroi . and business fad hope in the Palouse com. ' >ns( qneni I v on the i li i.i man's past ob«ei vancea of Ihe \ tion'a birthday have been successful in the extreme, aud the oeming celebra tion w ill b<> in line wi) D all of the «il fa THE College uniform will he B familiar sight in Paloase next week. The cadets Will camp near that city, and I'aloiue iten will for four days know what tho modern college student is like. The Nes Peroe renovation opening still hangs tiro, witb but little prospect of speed? solutioa. The government should koep faiU with it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1895

Misplaced Conlldenco. John Kimm, who lives near this city, was short over 400 pounds of bacon when he examined his larder last Tues day morning, He had been entertain ing some people from Moscow whom he trusted and they had departed, evidently taking the missing pork with them. On the sane night a bicycle belonging t. Dick Mavnard was stolen. The bacon was found in the cellar of Mos cowites, but the wheel is still missing.— Colton News Letter. More Gold Dust. The shooting galle*y h»s given place to gold raiding, Hays tbeLowiaton Trib une. The managers have taken up the flooring and are wheeling the dirt to the nrer where they wash out about I i ilav in gold. The building was occupied iv olden days by Uarry (Sale as a saloon when gold dust was currency and quan tities of it were passed over the bar every day. In handling or weighing it particles werebouud 'o escape and theHe eifted through the floor to the earth. This is the third building in Lewis ton that has recently proven to hav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-— Latest U.S. Gov't Report Rir&6%l Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE A DINNER IN KOREA Bontel That B»ten«to Through ll«- l.nllr.- Hn». It Is m "Korea, the ooantry whichcaosed all the trouble between China and Japan, has many qaeer social customs," said .1. A Momil. -and [remember going to a banquet k' V(''> •'>' ■ member of the foreign Office there, which, in many ro speets, was qilll;' lilli<|ii"- The gaestfl arrived long before the dinner boor, for in Korea an affair of this kind lasts all day, and were ushered into a pavilion adjacent to the one in which tbe dinner was to ho served. After several half hours had beenwbiled away in smoking and in conversation the dinner was at ia*t announced, and we were summoned into the other hall. "At soon at W6 had entered the offi cials began to divest themselves of some of their clothing, for parts of a native's wearing apparel seriously incommode him in taking food. We took our places at a largo rectangul...

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