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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1895

MISSIONS DESTROYED Confirming Earlier Reports From China. NO MENTION 01 LOSS OF LIFE Local Officials Refused Protection to the Missionaries Until tin- Mob Destroyed the Buildings. Shanghai, June 12.—The report of the total destruction of the missions in Cheng Tv, Kiat Ting and Yoa Cho Pu ; has been confirmed. The local officials ! refused protection to the missionaries J until the mob had completed the work ; of demolishing the buildings. The mission stations at other places have | been threatened. About twenty adults j besides a number of children have taken j refuge at Cheng Tv and Yamen. Vice roy Liv is blamed for the affair. Nothing: Known In Washington. Washington, June 12. —The Chinese legation has received no information as ♦a) the reported massacre of American , missionaries in'Cheng Tv, andj[strong : hopes are entertained that the affair may l>e less serious than the meager re ports indicate, ' It is stated at the le- : gation that Cheng Tv is a large city in the interio...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 June 1895

Weather Crop Bulletin Srvni i. „. Jane 11. icn-, The Seattle, Wash., June 11. IM*-'.—llH weather of the past week throughout Washington,; although in the lwginning somewhat too cool, grew quite wnnii toward the close. It was in'general, a dry week, with a great deal of sunshine, and a few tight shower*. The highest temperatures ranged in the eighties, and the lowest in the lollies. On the whole it was probably the bcsl growing week thus far 'bin season, and reports were all favorable, except a few from eastern Olallam and Island counties, where there appears to have been a scarcity of rail this spring. Haying ha? jus! begun \\;ih good prospects. In the mote ad vanced localities fall wheat is in bloom. The fruit crop will be considerably lighter than was anticipated, owing to much dropping off during the cold, wet weather of May. The strawberry season is now at its height, and the berries are very fine and abundant. i: \.-HI(N M CTION. Douglas county—The freeze of Maj Slit destroyed ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1895

Iflie ftellman fief&lfc "--. Lf, VOL. 7. NO. 35. THE STOLEN FOUND. The Burnham Buggy, which was Stolen May 30tb. Recovered. But Wm. feck. who "Boirowed" it. Steps from the Officer's Clutches. Last Wednesday at the populist picnic the first trace of the Burnhnni I i which was stolen in this city on May 30th, was discovered. Some boys told of a buggy answering the description which they had seen in the barn of W m. Peek, near Four Mile, and on the Btrength of this a search warrant was issued from Merriman's court, and Oon- Btable Lanning went out to Peek's place, where he not only found the itolen buggy, but arrested Peek on a charge of ha\ in.; stolen i . Both the buggy and Peek were brought to Pullman Wednes day evening, but just as Lanning was unlocking the door of th« "cooler" ! made a dash for liberty, and the nighl being chirk he was Boon lost to view, al though several shots were fired at him waa still visible. Since his i■- Mr. Lanning and others have untiring in the searc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1895

THE HERALD. WII.KOKIi A 1.1.«>. r»»»ll»h#r. PULLMAN WASH. LESS TIIAX lOTTEII No Improvement in Customs and Revenue Receipts. DISBURSEMENTS ARK THE SAME The I'ri'M'iit l>. li.lt. However, I" K\ p.ii.-.i to He Reduced ■>> CutltiiK oil' Expenditure*. Washington, June 18.— The treasury receipts from customs and internal rev enue so far during June show an im provement over last month, while the disbursements are practically the same. The receipts from sugar importations are surprisingly low, and expected large increases from whisky withdraw als have not materialized. For tuts Bret half of tho present month the re ceipts from customs amount to $6,824, --725, and from internal revenues $5,197,085, making the total receipts from customs for the 1 1 1-8 mouths of the fiscal year $146,848,697, and from internal revenue sources $186,954,168. During the last live months receipts from customs and internal revenue, June being estimated were as follows, the first figures indicating th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1895

AN ARMY PORTIA. By CHARLES KING, U. S. A.. Author of "Ttu Colotn Vt Daughter" uT7tt Deserter," "From the H<mi;s," "Phi* raven Ranch," "Two SoUtUn." {Copyright, 1800, by J. B. Llpptncott Company. Philadelphia, ami published by sjmvjul arrac^-*- ■ merit with them.] CHAPTER 111. **TTnu umnt t<> do anmethlnQ for )" r, don't !/<>n, Muhii.'" It was a lovely May morning, and v warm south wind was blowing through the open windows of Capt. Lane's cozj quarters and billowing the dainty cur tains of the breakfast room. Down in 'he westward valley, close under tin iiluffs. a white mist was creeping up ward from the shallows of the stream, and here and there among the furrows of the company gardens, and along the railway embankment, little wisps of fog !i"vered over the soaking earth. It. had rained i;i torrents during the night, but Nature emerged from her bath glowing in the rays of a sunrise that the office] uf tiie day pronounced simply gorgeom as he turned out for reveille. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1895

The Herald, W Ito It) Ai Pnl ■\ • . •'• t i (»| Weather Urop Bull ■ - Observations and reports show the pnst week to have been much less favor able to growth than was desirable. Jt opened well, the first two days being warm and eunny, but the remainder was : too cold, cloudy and windy. Although scattering ihowera occurred on the 115 th : and I Hii, they worn nol well distributed | and tin- wt.it!,« r was generally reported as- too dry in tho uortberii counties, while in tin 1 southern ones showers in terfered witii buying. It was not a good week for hiiyiny, there being too little sunshine. Si raw ben which ripened rapidly at t lie beginning '■' ' '"■' week did ; not do so well during thu latter part. (itabs mid grain made more progress than other vegetation. Potatoes made some progress and are mostly in bloom. Corn has not done well. I lops have reached a good stage of advancement) J but re now being attacked by lice in lull I force, and spraying has become general. Fruit continues...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1895

A Wowaa's Dream, Th« body of Pete Caddy, drowned ' May 3rd while crossing the Lo Lo with two other companions, was found a few ' days ago lodged against a large limb in ! thai stream, about one half mile below i wl'eie th« accident occurred, by Charles Dickinson and son Bert, says the Ken driok Gazette. The strangest art in connection with the finding of bis body | is that Mrs. Dickinson d earned the | night previous to the finding of the body th it it was lodged where found and told ■ her husband to go and get it. Have Wed Lice. C. P. Woehr of Fampa, was in the city tie early part of the week, saya the Colfax Gazette. He informed us that farmers feel greatly encouraeed in that section over the fact that the squirrel peat is subsiding rapidly. Squirrels are much less numerous than a few weeks since, dead ones can be found on every band, and those that are ■•en running a . v are very poor. All that have been caught alive recently have been f v id covered with a multitude of red fleas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U.S. Gov't Report Rsty Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE HIS LAST POfcM. In th«« highlands, in the country plaOM, Wh<To the old. plain men have roHy far*** And tin- young fair maidoni Quiet eyes: When- owtentlal silence rheers and bk^ttea. And forever in the hill rPCO—W Her mom lovely mttltli Drooda and die*. Oh, to mount again where erst I haunted, win Ike old ri-d hill* are bird enchanted. And the low green meadows Bright with sward; And when evening die*, the million tinted, And night has come, ..ml planeta glinted, l,<>, th<> valley hollow Lamp beetarredl Oh, to dream, oh, to awake and wander There, and with delight to take and render Through the trance of silence Quiet breath: Co, for there, nmonß theflower*and grasses, (inly the mightier movement sounds and panes, Only winds and river*, Life mill death. —K. l. Stevenson VIEWS OF MARRIAGE. It Consummate* Life—No single Lift- In tin* Perfect One. We hear young men say, "1 am too poo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1895

SIIINGLIi MEN DilTEl) An Association ot Shippers Formed at Seattle. MUITAL PROTECTION ITS AIM Intended to Dl«cour*§j* Sale «.r Poor Shingle* ami Protect the Makers From I 111 >-1 111 •■ i lons i»«-Hl«'i->i. Seattle, June 19. —At a meeting of representatives of twenty-three firms of Taconia, Portland, Seattle and Mount Vernon, which ship so per com of the shingle output of the Pacific North west, the Pacific Lumber & Shingle Shippers' Association was organized here today. The constitution and by laws reported by the committee were adopted, and officers were elected as follows: President, A. F. McLain, of S. A. Gibbs & Co., of Taconia; vice-presi dent, H. R. Duniway. Portland; secre tary and treasurer, F. 1. Curtis, Com mercial Cedar Company. Seattle. Di rectors —Tim jfoflioerH named, C. 11. Crane, of Seattle,jind H. (-J. Foster, of Taconia. The association is intended to dis courage the Bale of poorly manufactur ed shingles, as overdrying and the putting of thin shingle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 June 1895

A CANAL IX CRIMEA. THE AGE AND H I VOF A WORLD'S WONDLi; UN iNOWN. A C.r«-,,t Waterway Which n ItOMlan Knsl* iMT Think* Wai I'.uilt n* » Sloan* "i" '*«• frmri In Ancient Time*— I Detailed Ac count of Mm- Wonderful Structure. The- great Russian engineer Melni- j koff writes from Odessa to the Smith- j BOnian institution describing the ruins of an ancient canal discovered in the < Crimea, which regards as one of tin"! wonders of tho world. It Ls certainly 27 centuries old, and uirioujj similar ancient objoetsof historic interest iasPcoml only in ago to thbprcal pyramids. Tho hang-1 ing gardens of Babylon and the Colossus of Rhodes nroßhroudcd ith no deeper mystei s than the existence of this great j ditch, whose ruina enn bo traced for a j long distaneo through tho Crimean plaiu. j Whether ii was a waterway in the olden times and tho pathway of ancient com merce between the Black Beaan 1 thosea Of Azov or~n means of defense for the people living in it 3 vicinity is a question which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1895

She Itollmaii flefalo. vol. 7. NO. 36. EDUCATION'S TEMPLE Colbfje Administration Building Dedi cated to the Cause of Education. The Great Institution is now Fairly Launched on the Sea of Learning. The handsome, Btately and convenient administration building of the agricul tural college and school of science, hav ing been completed and furnished, was on Wednesday, Juno 28th, formally ded icated to the state and to the cause of education. The exercises on Dedication day were c iccessful to the greatest degree, and the large crowd present was evidence of the interest which the people of the state are taking in this, their foremost educational institution. The early history of all great colleges IS that Of difficulty ami strife, and the past of this college has had its full share of trouble, but at last, under the man agement and control of its present effi cient president and board of regents it lias overcome ail obstacles, until it stands to-day freed from the scandals and petty bicke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1895

THE JIER ALP. WliroKll ALI.IN, rublUh«r. PULLMAN WASH. THE TASK ACCEPTED Salisbury Succeeds Rosebery as Premier of England. THOSK WHO W«li'lj HOLD OFFICE Kokclmtv Announced till" lU'*l glint 101 lto tin- HoUKt* of Lorda and Harcourt to id)' Common*. London, June 26.—The Marquis of Salisbury made his visit to the queen at Windsor today, and he agreed to form a ministry, but there exists some doubt in the public mind as to whether the conditions he attaches to his accept ance of the task will be consented to by the outgoing liberal ministry. It is said that he will demand that there lie no opposition to voting estimates be fore the proposed dissolution of parlia ment, and that none of the members of the cabinet chosen by himself shall be opposed for re-election at the coming election. Mr. Gladstone was in con sultation with Lord Rosebery and other leaders of the liberals until a late hour tonight, but nothing has been given out as their decision on these questions. Mr. Asquith, the ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1895

IN ARMY PORTIA. By CHAELES KING, U. 8. A.. Author of "77i«; ColoncV* Daughter,", "T7ts Ikxertcr," "From the Ranks,". "Dim- rOMN li'luih," "TWO Soldiers" (Copyright. 1800. by ,T. B. I.ippincott Company. Pliilai|fi|iln.i. and published by special arrau£> Illfllt with llll'lllj But when letter after letter came, tell ing how the girl managed to run over almost every day and spend an boar or two reading aloud, and then when Mrs. Vincent began to intrust much of her correspondence to these willing hands, .Mabel had learned to understand how •unselfish was her devotion: and after her , mother's death there arose between these two young women —the one widowed. vet cherishing a new born love: the other a wage worker and fancy free — ;i linn friendship, which gained strength with every month. It was to Georgia Marshall that Mabel, sobbing with emo tion, had first confided the news of her engagement to ('apt. Lane, anil was ! .amazed, yet rejoiced, at the fervor with which her friend had r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1895

Trie Herald, Wit ' I ALLEN. En:'or AND rususHin Vr.hY\*\i+A #>vrry S?at:inli»y morning, ni I'ull mnii, V. hiijnnn <■■ rial *. Wn^liinct'm. All A.!v>rti.wmtMil« will 1>« coatlnn»d ami ntlSlgmi for until ordered •'«'. TKHMS OF BOBHCUirTIONj OSKTBiTiI . $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY 1-°° Under the direction of Mies Tittell, the Auditorium Dramatic company, al ways excellent, has become tln> equal < f the best'of the traveling truups, Us appearance oi be evening of July [I b grill be a treat which no one should nr'ss. Patronize home industry, and at tbe sani" time witness a Brat class perfor mance. !: krb tried tn ride his hobby borne, ••expert the city books," through the city ■oiincil ut its last met'ting. In his previous attempt li« had a second, bnt now his only support comes from within himself, with the outfiido applause of the '•L*iii>"" The cit \ is certainly und r> o obligatiotiß to give the local "expert" a job jast, because he lias nothing else '■■• do. Perhap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1895

Drowned in tin- Clear water. Lant Monday evening as ft party of eigtit prospectors in two boats were coming down the north fork of the ('lear water, one of t lir» boats oapeiiMd in a whirlpool a short diataooe above the fer ry a:; I a ra in by the name of I'ronn who lived with bis family on Ihe rhiges near Ken.lrn-k, wan oauget by the whirl ing waters and drowned. Two of his companions held fast to the boat and the other managed to swim to the shore. An effort was made to resoue the drowning man by the men in the other boat but when they were within a few feet of him their boat stranded on a rock and they were compelled to see him drown. Mus e >w Mirror. To Kxplore the Clearwater Region. The advance of the government ex ploring party arrived iv Lawieton last night. It is the intention to put a large part of soldiers and scientists in the upper Olearwater region to remain nil summer engaged in investigating the resources of that land of promise. The advent of this strong force of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1895

************************ * COOK BOOK FREE. * Every housekeeper wants to know the best * things to eat, and how to prepare them. * "The Royal Baker and Pastry Cook/ | Contains One thousand useful recipes for * every kind of cooking. Edited by Prof. * Rudmani, New-York Cooking School. * Free by mail. Address (writing plainly), * mentioning this paper, V ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. £ 106 Wall Street, N. Y. $ j ♦ ************************; IN THt HEAT OF YOUTH. A Nowii.r* Recollection! <>r Dayi Wlinn Women Were All Queen*. Why is it, I wonder, that we oome into the world so ill equipped for its ex ploration? It seems to me, as 1 look back npon my youth, that, in a certain way, my Beuses were fresher and keener then than they are now And yet thoy were continually—particularly iv the mutter of girls—playing the most unwarrant able pranks on ma Some alien riuid, of an intense and fiery kind, goi mixed With them and made them subject to all Mirts of unaccountable alienations. It is a notor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1895

THE THREADS SEVERED Baltic and North Sea Canal Formally Opened. WATERS OF TWO SEAS JOINED There AVer*- Several Mishap*, hut None of sufficient Moment to l"r«-v«'nt a Successful Opening" Brunsbuttel, June 22. —At :S:4,"> A. M. Thursday the imperial yacht Ho benzollern, with Emperor William and the princes on board, entered the west ern gate of the Baltic and North sea canal, in order to formally open it. The gate was magnificently decorated. The Hohenzollern passed through amid ringing cheers, bands played the na tional anthem.and crowds joined heart ily in the chorus. His majesty stood on the deck and bowed thanks witli visible emotion. At 4 o'clock the Hohenzolleru severed the threads stretched across the canal and then commenced the passage into the new waterway. The ProceMion Tlirouuli tl>«* Canal. Holtenau, June 23.— The Hohenzoll em reaohed the oaual luck here at 18:40, the first vessel to formally pass through the oanal, and it was greeted with vooiferous oheers from the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 June 1895

Weather Bulletin. Seattle, ffaih'., June 24, IS9X WESTERN SECTION. Tho reports (hit week are, as n nile, much liiore fuvorable than they «erf last work. There has been niore eiin eKine, omountinjj on an nverajj* to l!' percent, and tho xi!»litß have not ''"' " B<>cool. Sonic li^ht Bcatterinir phowerß occurred from the l*>: dto "■•■'• which considerably refreshened the growing crops. Tin' ground in now in fine con" dition. The rainfall lias been adequate, except in the counties of ClaHam and Jeffereoni and the Islands. Even there tho condition of crops lias been improved by the Bhowers, but more rain is needed. Grain ol all kinds has .■< rally ini prove.l. Fall wheat ii heade«] out. Corn and vegetables have made considerable progress since the warmth and Buneliine of the closing days of the week. Hops have made steady growth, though rather slow, and lice are now infesting them to some extent. Large fruit* have continued dropping from the trees, but no! bo much as dur ing ...

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

Vj X HM'Y I 1 1Y\ H "Hi Hi 4 iVt*w I X V()L- 7, NO. 37. PEEK IN THE TOILS. .Bill Peek, the Carriage Thief, Captured at W;illa Walla. Marshal Lanoing Gone to the Garden City After the Culprit. J'.iil Peek, with the circumstances of whose capture, and subsequent escape from the oilicers the readers of the Ilinv- Ai.i> are well acquainted, is again ill the toil?, and this time hi | tors will see to it that he i« brought to justice. ■, Peek, it will bt remembered, stole the Burnham buggy, on May .'!Oth, and the Vehicle w&fl afterward found in his pos ■ession, and Peek made a successful dash for liberty while the jail door was being ■unlocked to receive him. Peek wan* dered to Walla Walla, and doubtlees tried to celebrate in that city, as the Officers there identified him on the street, and yesterday wired Constable Lanning that he was there. Lanning at once notified them to hold the prisoner, and started after him. Th« particulars of the capture are not yet known. —F. A, Huhtley,...

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

THE HERALD! WliroKn ALMN, I'ublUhVf. PULLMAN WASH. A CONSPIRACY TO KOI) Charge Against a Register of a Land Oifice. BOGUS HINKSK CBBTIFICATES Jam... rahhiii and Edward iti<-k Ar reMed for Alleged I«i«.naiu <>f ilk- ounterfelta. Spokane, July a, —Sensational de velopments were made today in con nection with an alleged gigantic con spiracy to rob the government by is suing illegal Chinese registration cer tificates. Those arrested are James Uraham, register of the land office at Coenr d'Alene City, and Edward Rick. ! Warrants are also in the hands of the deputy United States marshal for the arrest of W. Floyd Pollard and Harry Tolton, formerly of this city, but now at Kendrick, Idaho. The complaints are sworn to by F. D. Schuyler, Chinese inspector, recent ly sent out by tho treasury department at Washington, with headquarters at Seattle. It has been known for some time that a conspiracy existed, and that the bogus certificates have been issued by persons in this section of t...

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