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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

Notes About the County. j There seems to be no limit to the va-1 iety of minerals in the Palouse, the | itest and least expected is talc, which ■ 'as found this week on Tower bntte four i liles southeast of Moscow, says the jter. Some men were at work digging I well, and unearthed the substance in "lid vein. They had passed through ired a' of clay, mica, gravel and rock in th-coming finally to small pieces of uferior quality of coal, again to mi i and afterwards to the vein of talc, pieh was four feet wide when first un- L^yered, but becomes wider and more lleiTfcXT. the shaft goes down. I It is a lj ne jo- clay, resembling chalk, except Ueße it doesn't contain much magnesia. ilj.discovery is considered a very im ,]jreant e one not or the value of the an l alone, but because it is supposed to aer '4'cate the presence of gold and other | 10 pious metals. ne^alc is the material out of which bjieeneware and fine crockery are manu factured. It is much better . than potter's clay, being ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

A STORY OF PIRATES, I had run nw>*7 » left her on gjj <*?»** «d HI hinTwitTtV" 1D tUe "BW-V under Son ratmg °f Cabin boy- The SHI -fe f CaPt- Wharton S'blt •c strv cc for six years and hud never any trouble. - WtWippine island^a^ong which Ws"ttDJjHppine islands, among which '-======ii l:wl many resident agents ' . ■ Bitji'^xlucts. Our course was :|ast, to pass between For v gLoo Choo Islands, and we t N».ifi^lfep4run thus far without inci *»-92,Hi«.io r day about noon a junk . fee craft, which doubtless JIM?"E? pt)u le pOrt in Fon »osa, inter „ ** «««he eastward of that island. M»i«Lu, i,,,ut thirty miles off shore gS^Falld Us- Slle claimed to be MS*™ Water , owing to an accident; _JT "us, as we afterward came to know ■^as only an excuse. When she learned that we were bound to the Philippine*, Bhe ad three passengers to transfer. They were three natives of Formosa who were going down there to found a colony, and would pay liberally for a passage by the schooner. I am only givi...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

A STORY OF PIRATES. had left her rs ,„, Shanghai. a"d iilillpfi w7» h, f armament, but everything 6SvTce fCaPt- WlUm°n '-' heen"n sorv.ee for SIX and *t. any trouble ** fc«-<3 got away it was with orders ===iPP'ne islands, among which ; - tliad many resident agents - /products. Our course was J§ll; IStl islands, among which "Ml many resident agents products. Our course w:is M*. to pass between For , S». J UtJBLooCho° Islands, and we jj^r*"- W. M run thus far without inci ;:#ie day about noon a junk JJo. 15,10 craft, which doubtless J* *°- n, *me port in Formosa, inter- Main ?e eastward of that island M BiLJf 60111 thirty miles ofT shore ■^JPR-ailed us. She claimed to be H&t? • water owing to an accident; p*rtnis, as we afterward came to know JKIS only an excuse. When she learned that we were bound to the Philippines she had three passengers to transfer. Ihey were three natives of Formosa who were going down there to found a colony, and would pay liberally for a passage by the...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

PULLMAN HERALD. , WILFOKD ALLEN, Publisher. PULLMAN .... WASH PACIFIC COAST. i and v 1 vein of i Portion of Fresno City, •< Cal., Inundated. id a. i TO, ~\' WIDOW AWARDED $4,000. : ci> it d' lisJhe Legality of the San Diego Charter int Practically Confirmed —Other 1 01. Interesting News. aU . 5 f ■ Regular trips to Catalina Island will begin the latter part of this month. Eureka, Cal., proposes to have an op era house that will seat 1,500 people. The Interstate Commerce Commission ers have just completed their session at Portland: It is reported that an oil well at the West End, Los Angeles, is flowing forty barrels a day. The birds received from Germany at Portland have spread all over the Will amette Valley. A saw mill, with a capacity of 05,000 feet of lumber per day, will be erected at Coos Bay this summer. The truth of the confession of Zwald at Sacramento that he murdered two wives in the East has been confirmed. During the current gale at Del Norte the waves dashed spra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

PULLMAN HERALD. W1I.KOK1) ALLEN, Publisher. PULLMAN WASH ' PACIFIC COAST. - Portion of Fresno City, Cal., Inundated. WIDOW AWARDED $4,000. The Legality of the San Diego Charter :. Practically Confirmed —Other Interesting News. Regular trips to Catalina Island will begin the latter part of this month. Eureka, Cal., proposes to have an op era house that will seat 1,500 people. „. The Interstate Commerce Commission era have just completed their session at Portland. It is reported that an oil well at the West End, Los Angeles, is flowing forty barrels a day. The birds received from Germany at Portland have spread all over the Will amette Valley. A saw mill, with a capacity of 05,000 feet of lumber per day, will be erected at Coos Bay this summer. The truth of the confession of Zwald at Sacramento that he murdered two wives in the East has been confirmed. During the current gale at Del Norte the waves dashed spray over the tower of the Seal Rock lighthouse, 100 feet above the rock. True ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

PULLMAN HARDWARE Company. [INCORPORATED.] I, DEALERS IN hardware, Stoves & Tinware, Farm Machinery FRIDAY ' 3 and Vehicles of aII kinds. | CA.I l\A ¥ t/iiIUIWO VJI AM |\II lUO. % ssbbm Clark's Celebrated Main Line^V P|r Bugies, Surreys, Jump-seat Carriages and SprinG Wagons. ■^^^■Newton Wagons!^^^™ Michigan »B^ Brgies and Road Carts & Standard Mowers and Reapers. McCormick Twine Binders 2S?SS!?i^ lIT Ye 4 Hf aft Brorlß9l- Di^ee Woodbury Mowers. Aultman& TayloTsepamtor l U^T g £eT^te n&r7 EngineS ' Aultman & Tayl°r' S Stra- Burn£g Trac" Ideal Windmill!=— 9 BSEBBBBBCDBSSSEDSSESS3B9^3SBS ' American Well Drills— Red Jacket Pumps, Etc. 9 All goods guaranteed, and a fall supply of extras always on hand. One car Load of Pure Manilla Binding twine on the way. . Pullman Hardware Company. State News in Brief. There is a scheme on foot to cot off the east «m portion of Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom ■counties and forming a county, to be known as 'Cascade county, with Sank C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

PULLMAN HARDWARE Company. [INCOBPORATED.] iljardware, Stoves DEALERS IN Farm Machinery. hardware, Stoves & Tinware, Farm Machinery. _'*•" '"•ion < ** and Vehicles of All kinds. M I»o. is, c, Clark's Celebrated » «wt "££ Clark's Celebrated "p Pjr Bugles, Surreys, Jump-seat Carriages and SprinG Wagons. \ = '^^emmmm\ \| EWTUIM Wagons!^^^« Michigan Buggies and Road Carts & Standard Mowers and Reapers. McCormick Twine Binders summing s Improved Header or 1891. Dingee Woodbury Mowers. Aultman & Taylor Separators' Auitman & Taylor Portable and Stationary Engines. Aultman & Taylor's Straw Burning Trac tion Engine. The best in the world. Ideal Windmill!^ American Well Drills—Red Jacket Pumps, Etc. I All goods guaranteed, and a full supply of extras always on hand. One car Load of Pure Manilla Binding twine on he way. . Pullman Hardware Company. '■■. & ■ ■ ■ ■ State News in Brief. There is a scheme on foot to cut off the east- i crn portion of Skagit, Snohomish, and...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

The Herald.) WtLFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher ■ TERMS OF SUiftJCßirflON:! '.. OSEYKAK.... . '4"OO BIS. MONTHS ONLY . ".'.'.'.'. "'??.' .7. I'.OO ADYKIITISING RATES Aae liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Noticeu at the le=jal rotoe. Give us a trial. Katerwl at the Post Office for TransaUsision in ' ' the Mails at Secoad-Clastt l^ies. . Climate of Washington* > ■Jf- yue state board of tr.ido baa issued a nes^iphlet from Seattle descriptive of the ■b» '*" '^te of Washington. The substance '. it ifis follows: rlt die kstkkn Washington. ( Written for ant vVashington State Board of Trade it " Jr. 11. M. Hoskinson, Observer at ire Blakely.)—For fourteen years I . lcr c taken three observations daily of 'fa temperature, rainfall and other mat ay ••■ pertaining to meteorology, and dur -1 • this time there has not been a hot nor one on which the murcnrv opped to zero, Fahrenheit The high est temperature recorded' was on June S 1878, as follows: morning, 6...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 June 1891

The Herald.!', WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher j, TERMS 01? SUBSCRIPTION:' ONE YEAR :v........../f' . X * S2 O() BIX MONTHS ONLY. :T.V.'.'.. 1.00 ADVERTISING RATES Am liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail.' Legal Notices at the lags] rates. Give us a trial. Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in -.' • the Mails at Second-Class Kates. , __ Climate of Washington.?: in 1 state board .if trade has issued a ophlet from Seattle descriptive of the *;ite of Washington. The substance Legal fas follows: , .. estern Washington. (Written for raetlc\\;u-hingt()n State Board of Trade • J4r. B. M. Hoskinson, Observer at v Blakely.) —For fourteen years I *c taken three observations daily of j temperature, rainfall and other mat ?ular pertaining to meteorology, and dur the > this time there has not been a hot -eka, nor one on which the murenrv juspopped to zero, Fahrenheit \ The high ilt-st temperature recorded' was on June ivo, 1878, as follows: morning, 620; no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 June 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 35. The Herald. .J^w!*? 1 *TOry ***** evening, ■'•? Pull aian, WhUman county, Washington AU Advertisement* will be continued and charged for until ordered oat. FRIDAY JUNE 26, 1891. Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: IABT-BOUKD: *•- 92, Mixed, Wee at. 10KX) am WKBT-BOUKD: K«'^^lT.' leaTe9at 11.58 am So. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 m Main Line, No«. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly m' carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City 8t I-ota, Bt. Panl or Chicago. " ' ! Mian' Line, Nog. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail, carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. OOINO NORTH: Passenger.. . 6.40 a m Freight and Accommodation 10.05 a m GOING SOUTH: Passenger 6.45 pm Freight and Accommodation 8.85 p m LEWISTON BRANCH. ; Accommodation Arrives 6.15 a m Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m t J. 8. KEENEY, Agent. OFFICIAL "DIRECTORY. ' . CHURCHES. , CONGREGA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 June 1891

Wi State Sows in Brief. --Judge Allen has ordered $800 worth of para f emalia seized at gambling houses in Tacoma Ojft winter destroyed. BRTwo or three exploring expeditions, compris i4 in all twelve or fifteen persons, will start from Jama to Mt. St. Helens, soon after Independ- A^-* day. I iThere is on exhibition in Ellensbargha globu is* piece of gold weighing sixty ounces, taken out — the Swank mine of Torkaltweet 4 Peterson. jßn. was the work of two men in ten days. _ There has been about fifteen bears killed near Llamas this spring. A _ correspondent of the _ ,/hatcom Reveille killed three bears in one day ~i 'fas chased all over the township by the m An event of no small significance to the people f Central is the reopening of the Florence coa *achine. Arrangements have been made for ship ■ .ing large quantities of coal to the Gray's harbor ooaty and to Seattle. i A North Seattle hen of the Plymouth Bock .reed has beaten the record. Having laid nine lla^sn eggs on the sly, aw...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 June 1891

PULLMAN HARDWARE Company. [INCORPORATED.] 111 DEALERS IN • Hardware, Stoves & Tinware, Farm Machinery and Vehicles of aII kinds. ■ k Clark's Celebrated Buggies, Surreys, Jump-seat Carriages and SprinG Wagons. "Wagons !i^^m — Michigan Buggies and Road Carts & Standard Mowers and Reapers McCormick Twi«* TH n A^ a l^^/l^° Yei nt^r for} 891' Din *cc woodbury Mowers! AuHmanTTayTn e p^wl «£%&^^e^LVor^ On^ EngineS ' AUltman & TaylOr' S B^SSSSSZ ' ."..■■'"'.■ ■ ■ ■ . ■ . , ■- t ' ■ ■ ■■■«'''"*■. Ideal Windmill!- American "Well Drills—Red Jacket Pumps, Etc. All goods guaranteed, and a full supply of extras always on hand. One car Load of Pure Manilla Binding twine on the way. I Pullman Hardware Company. 4 Washington" City News. Special Correspondence to Herald. Washington, June 19, 1891.— president has expressed himself as being greatly pleased with the work of the Ohio etate convention, both as to the platform adopted and the candidates Dominated, and he believes that the re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 June 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: '* 'p* ONE YEAR. „.... — '■'::' *.> oo BIX MONTHS ONLY. .'.'. . '. V.7.'"": *2.1 !oo t ~ ' f 7■ . ADVERTISING RATES An- liberal, said made known on application in | person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal [ I rated. (jive as a triiil. "* t[— —'. ' Kr.terod Rt the Pa* Office for Transmission in \jk • . the Mtiis at Second-Class l!at<-. „ M h /:-: •«. *-. '-.=== Vjfrulousei Country »;vs. ■-; | r: * >,^Pue school "districts of Whitman cban- I iv want better buildings. This is proven .•by the fact, that since the 12th of Jan inary last twenty districts have bonded building purposes, the bonds bonded buik'.ing purposes, the bonds aggre ■| Ling $82,300. The amount of the \ bonds run all the way from $500 the lowest, to $30,000, the highest. The browns -which have bonded are: Garfield, 18000; Palouse City, $17,500; Belmont, "jJlSOO; Oakesdale, $12000 and Colfax, er £3o,ooo. It is noticeable that the great...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 July 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 36. The Herald.i t'"ll!1-' every Friday evening at Pull ' aian. Whitman oonnty, Washington. All AdTertiasmenta will he ooatinned and charged for nnlil ordered out. ; : — :_-_ - I FMDAI JULY 3. 1891. Union Faci/le Railway. H'nmi Pullman, daily: KABT- ■■■ Nl>: N». 16, Kxpiws, leaves at.. 5:05 pro No. 12, Mix.-d. lmrec at 10:00 a m WEST-BOCND: No. 15, Kxpress. leaves at 11:58 a id I No. 91, Mixed, leaves at C:SO p m Main Line, .V.-. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," c«rry through Pnllnnui Sleepers, Colonist Bleeperfl, F«ee Chair Cars and Coaches, between j Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. | Loois, St. Pan] or Chioago. Mian Line, Nos. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chieapo. \>>itltcrii Pacific llailroaU. OOINO virtu: Pawnger... C.40 a , n Freight and Accommodation 10.05 a m CKIING SOUTH: Passenger 6.45 p m Kr>-i:;:.i Find Accommodation 3.85 pm I.) isn.N BBASCH. mmodation Arrive? {;.].-, am A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 July 1891

PULLMAN HERALD.' — A WILFORD ALLKN, Publisher. PULLMAN WASH p —————, —■ tl PACIFIC COAST. Frost Lays Low Potato Vines in Nevada. THE ARID LAND CONVENTION. Southern California Counties Adopt a Graduated Schedule for As sessing Fruit Trees. A ten-mile pipe line to Santa Monica from the oil wells near Los Angeles is proposed. The attendance of school children at Spokane this year is 3,721. Last year it was 2,704. Horsethieves are again committing depredations in the eastern part of Washington. More than 1,600 notaries public have been appointed since Washington be came a State. The Ashland Tidings says that 60,000 ■ boxes of peaches will be shipped from that thriving locality this season. Frost in the upper valleys of Mason, Jacks and Carson districts, Nev.'j has completely laid the potato vines low. Various counties in Oregon are issuing bonds for required improvements, and these in every instance are sold at a pre mium. The schooner Premier has arrived at San Francisco from Pirate Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 July 1891

PULLMAN HARDWARE Company. , . :•" Ali/ •■ -' :■ ; : [INCORPOEATED.] '• i. ■...■' :' ];'Z:: ' DEALERS IN "• . ■ Hardware, Stoves & Tinware Farm Machinery and Vehicles of aII kinds. Clark's Celebrated Buggies, Surreys, Jump-seat Carriages and SprinG Wagons. i Newton Wagons I^^^m Michigan Buggies and Road Carts & Standard Mowers and Reapers. McCormick Twine Binder Cummmg's Improved Header for 189 1 . Dingee Woodbury Mowers. Aultman &Tavlor Serw r« tor! EnS?r ti?l^ P°^ able a?, d Stationary En^ines- Aultman & Taylor's StmwSngTractio Engine. The best m the world. mug natiioj ZT""~:Ideal Windmill!- American Well Drills— Red Jcket Pumps, Etc. All goods guaranteed, and a full supply of extras always on hnd. One car Load of Pure Manilla Binding twine on the way. Pullman Hardware Company. f'aluuse Country News. Less than a y«tr ago the Bank of Gartield was incorporated as a stock company, with a capital of $50,000. Sixty per cent, of this amount was or dered paid, by the trust...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 July 1891

The State World's Fair Commission Meet. The executive committee of the State World's Fair Commission held a meeting at Walla Walla, on the 20th of June, at which E. Meeker, the executive com mis s •ioner, Bubmittedthe following report. |# To the Executive Committee of the I World's Fair Commisson: jr GEMTLKMEN:-Conßidering the question |of a buildinS foj aseperate State exhibit I of the first importance, I, immediately ; after my appointment as Executiv I Commissioner, opened correspondence I TTith the Director General of the World" | Columbian Exposition, at Chicago, wit I a view of obtaining space, and settling I with the board of. control the questio | of the character of the building that I^ would be approved. To obtain space for a building, th Dirctor General informed me, it was nee -■-..esßary for me to file a certified copy oi m>credentials as executive commissioner before he could take official notice of m authority, and that it would be necessary to make a formal applica...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 July 1891

State News Iv Brief. GOS over the returns of 18^ ' **"' ' gam of The corner-stone of the Jefferson ..„ , <lay with Masonic ZSZIZ* 1" "^TW day with Masonic eel"nt""' "mTW The Kpiscopal convocation, in «««i m s-«>,,wi,,,Mo,aes,e^::\;; 1 r i Wash ington into a separate diocese. H,ere will be no extra session of legislature ™,or K.,., v has again publicly noune^ that no necessity exists for it. »«oced The opium smugglers arrested on the train at Woo Hey. on Saturday, have been identified asC ... Ihorndyke and Jack dark, Sumas gambler,' „ *red rocker, ■an employe of the Comique theater, bpokane, ha, been convicted of having outraged his 7-year-old daughter while intoxi cated. Davenport, Lincoln county, i 8 fast be Comin a city. Llectric lights and a .ytem of water works are among the things most needed and how be* to supply these is now being considered Whatcom, through its world's fair commis sioner. J. C. Moffat, expresses its readiness to furnish al! the stone required for the e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 July 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN. Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: YEAR ™ nn 81X MONTHS ONLY . ..'.'.'. ........ Too ADVKKTIBINU KATES Aw liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates, (jive us a trial. iMered at the Part OOm for Transmission in the Mailn at Second-Clans Rates. Truth About Farm Mortgages. I S[K>kesman. | llie democrats, for party purposes, are fond of talking about the mortgage bur daned tanners, and they have reiterated this unfounded statement of often and at tributed the debts of the agricultural classes to their being ground down by tariffs, usurious interest, and a multitude, of other evils that are largely imaginary, that the farmers have thoughtlessly in many cases gotten to believe them. The truth is that the farming classes owe far less than the business classes, and that both the federal and state censuses of mortgages and the investigation into the reason why they were made prove conclusively that the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 July 1891

THE ROSE THAT BLUSHFD. A single rose fe" downward through theatr fsisislr Behold them there opoo that noble fl^ "T&/35 ft 0''8 '"""I fr°m yoD clus*' white. Th^^t^ieret^, rose- alas- ">e uight! And jet this perfect rose had blushed and fled. — w J Henderson in Once a Week. OLD SIEGEL AND HIS SON. Many years ago, while making a tour through that beautiful tract of mountain scenery in the south of Bavaria known astheSaltzkanm.en-ut. I suved fora fortnight Berchtesgaden. I spent much of my time therein fishing for grayling and in talking to the chamois hunters, with many of whom 1 had made acquaintance during a previous visit. 1 used often to Bit for hours listening to their hunting stories, and on one occasion I hunted with them. The mountains immediately around I Berchtesgaden are kept as a royal cham ois preserve, and as the king was ex pected to arrive shortly, none but his I majesty's own jaegers were allowed, dur ing the time I was there, to disturb the chamois. I was, howe...

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