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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 November 1888

VOl/T*. J«U). i. • \ i —dl =r — Ip| white & Stckson, THE PULLMAN B^xjg STORE. oi"igs, Chemicals, Patent" Medicines, Oils, I'EKFLMKKY, STATIONERY, F%; Y GOODSj ETC. -^ WATCHES AND JE' ELEY S S Siyr T-'" Day or Slßht, a.,1 none but PURE DRUGS di* ? .t»»^oj KM^gSKSjs sgsiiSSsstock of CIGAKS "* . j Am TER jf la&smitli & Wagon-Maker rRACTJCAj, ismitli & Wagon-Maker PSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY. V.>W\\ T"A^|^All my wo^k is guaranteed. %RI .NI)';ST.i - r - - PULLMAN, W. T. J ELLSWORTH .v \WNT, ■ Jr' " - Dealers in '- v>s*, Pla|in and Fancy Groceries, -i. „ j CROCKERY, GLASS AND QUEENS-WARE. piawa Specialty of Choice Canned (roods, AND FIRST-CLASS TOBACCOS AND CIGARS- I : ,-' fA,t\ Our g> (! U nre always FRESH, and vuouited, ancl^u bo sold at "Bed-Rock" ;;J figures Jght ; long. ; ■;■" Goods delivered free o/- c L.rgo anywhere in city. • ' ./Main St., - _, - Pullman. ' • I -> 1 ■■■-■• ■ :U: '■■ ■ ! J, STALEV BKOS. & CO., '" $1+ ft < li.-iX' im-t opened, nl STAI....

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 November 1888

Mis. <'<4R^ ' field. VV is.,'"has hapr«lj *£*2!?« J■•OK*'f 112 years in this vale£f '^yBl 1* \ A PUII-VUi-LIIUA. 1 > MPt / -agave in bunevolonc3 is k» /> £flffifoher- ■ heart" among the "j.f'un^ c^rls. Extensive ileve ' £a v*V~ ">* oil liavo I «^on mada rear ■■ Af- U \ E«t county, Pennsylvania, in * n «av->ii ail district. | iWirffi^bafit »t $I*o in earth ought I to wear a roseate hue in ...10 eye of the : Honest and hard-listed northwestern j 'fU'll2l* •-••"" ■ TrjEr have formed a cheese trust in . Sow York. The trust business must be on its lust legs when they have to ;;ouae it fens Mabel Chkskit, daughter oi ;sr alible parents at Pauldlng, Ohio, fiar^JMped with a negro who worked <<h i«Ltl ! Till 1,. »\ -— v Jfoi Tobin, until recently a porter ! iv a Boston hotel, is said to have accumulated a fortune while there of about $50,000. MZLLIOKAIBB John AIACKAY will i spend October In Xew York city. His ; partner. Flood, is dying at Homburg j of Bright 1 a disea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 November 1888

- -■.£"—^a.-i to. VOT '" 1 • nsjocx, 'M 4 -5r — — 11. C. WILLIAMSON, "\ r - Fatliioaablo -^SSrber.&Hgir-Cuttep Special Attention t* ot)*sn to Cutting and Trimm •»■/ ' < dl*** anil Children' a Hair. HOT & COLD BATHS | PULLJIAH, WASH. TEH. Line & Transfer, 11. LANNING, i - PEOPEIETOB PULUIAN, WASH. TEE. Freight and Furniture BAGGAGE, ETC., Carefully bandied and lianlfd fly Competent Tramstere. Orders mny be left at the FABISS liltOS.' store, and will bo promptly aded to. I STAYER & WALKER Dealers in I H i 111 •3TUDEBAKEK FARM AND SPRING WAGONS, LITTLE GIANT GANG rLO\Y>V ). 1. CASE WALKING AND SULKY PLOWS, KEI . . bISG BAEEOW, bHB STANDARD SPEING TOOTH BAfiEOW, ( DARK'S CUTAWAY HARROW, ACME PULYEREZING BUPERIOR STEEL LAND-KOLLEHS BARLEY CUISIIERS, ■v... HOTTER SEEDERS & DEILLS, - IIOOSIEB PRESS DRILLS, BUCKEYE FEED MILL & POWER, DIAMOND FEED MILLS, Dedrick Hay Presses 808 SLEIGHS, ROSS FEED CUTTERS, FOE HAND f« ' t)r Power, Kcme Brick and Tile Machines, Sw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 November 1888

■ FdM HOME. ArtTlre to ToitWf Stock Br»«dern. No lino of agriculture is more fas cinating to ambtious young men than J»t« rearing of pure bred live stock, iany, however, enter into the business without giving ' themselves that thor ough training essential to success; th»y drift into '«'» following their natur t/ bent, takiDff up the more intellect al side of the calling, and fail to drill J»emselve» properly in tho details of handling, feeding and managing so fcessary to success. The best mer aut« are those who havo grown up the business from cash boys and aye learned byyeurs of drudgery just how eacb branch of the business is conducted. 1 li<> young man the goal of whosf ambition is to some day own aud munage a herd of pure-breds should oegin at once by schooling him self i» handling and managing just 4ucu Animals as he may tint! about him to-daj- Fecdiug calves may not ap pear to be very elevating work, yet un til oue can successfully feed calves he j^pu'.d not think of taki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 November 1888

VOL.I. NO. 2. WHITE & JACKSON, Proprietors of THE PULLMAN DRUG STORE. Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, PERFUMERY, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, ETC. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. ty PRESCRIPTIONS accurately compounded Day or Night, and none but PURB DRUGS dis pWMd. l'nro Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes, and a first-class stock oICIGAKS and rOHACC.OS always on hand. Your patronage is respectfully solicited. PULLMAN, ... . WASH. TER. REED & PRENTIS, DEALKIIS IX NO. 1 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEBTS! MITCHELL FARM & SPRING WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARTS, Famous Canton Walking Gang Pbws, NOWEGIAN WALKING PLOWS, HARROWS, &c. The "Superior" Drill, which has no equal in this or any other market. You will find it to your iitorest ♦o call and see us before purchasing, as wo will NOT BE UNDERSOLD b- any competing establishment. Don't forget that. PULLMAN, - . . WASH. TER. ELLSWORTH & HUNT, "~ Dealers In Plain and Fancy Groceries, CROCKERY, GLASS AND QUEENS-WARE. Make a Specialty of Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 November 1888

!▼!<•• to To«MI stock l; ■* — > line of^ioulture ..- . \\. T. ?';;^i:'.-.'. v - W ■.''lTbtheb discussioa upon Mr. Glad, stone reveals tho fact that he was fi'_ j£ed only once at Eton, for refusing to give away a school follow who had got kilo trouble. Mme. Sevekixe. tho editor of Die Paris Cri dv Peuple, like John S win ten here, ha', in a pathetic and almost ag onized article, thrown up the effort to regenerate the' laboring and social world. Locis. King of Portugal, is seldom to bo seen w.thout a cigar, and he con verses fluently in English, French,ltal ian, Portuguese, Spanish, German and Swedish. He is pleasant aud telis over so many anecdotes. Mr. Gladstone, vvlio is one of the best examples of physical preset . extant, eats simple meals, with claret for lunch, and claret or champagne and always port for dinner. A formula of his is to chew every morsel thirty three times. According to the Saturday Evening GazeU*, of Boston, the bouse in which Jolin Adams \v;is born is sti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 November 1888

FAIR MAIDS IN CANOES. *oni<Mlino» a Girl J*«d<iles Her Own ( mm — oftnuor a Young Man Does It for Her. It is Saturday afternoon. Tho flood tide is running three miles an hour, Ilia sim is bright, but there is a brisk little wind wh cli keeps the Hudson water dancing. Tho swell from a steamer iv mid-river sots the broad float moored off a boat-house at the foot of a ■treat In the one hundred and lilt es bobbins; and curtsying ill as graceful fashion as such a lumbering object can. A young fellow in white flannel shirt, white duck knickerbockers and white yachting cap is sliding into the water 111 •» prettiest craft that floats a small decked canoa Her shod !■• -.1 :> r 8 dcs shed the water like » duck's feathers as her bow goes under, comes up again and she floats along side. She lias no thwarts or rowlocks, but two cushions are flung into her bottom and on the Boat lie two long, doubje-bladcd paddles. "Now, then," Bays the young fellow, and a girl steps I ghtly in. Her foL-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 November 1888

|T; ALFRED WINDUS, Manufacturer Boots, Shoes, Slippers —fob— LADIES' AND GENTS' WEAR. Repairing of All Kinds promptly attended to. NODINE BLOCK, ITLLMAN'. 11. C. WILLIAMSON, Fashionable Barber & Hair-Cutter ■Special Attention is given to Cutting and Trimming Ladies' and Children's Hair. HOT & COLD BATHS PULLMAN, WASH. TEH. Line & Transfer, R. LANNINO, - PROPRIETOR PULLMAN, WASH. TKH. Freight and Furniture BAGGAGE, ETC., Carefully handled and hauled by Competent Tifiinst<TH. Orders may be loft at the FAHISS liliOS." store, and will be promptly attended to. STAYER & WALKER Dnlen in comprinin^ STUDEBAKER FARM AND SPRINT! WAGONS, LITTLE GIANT GANG PLOWS, .T. I. CASE WALKING AND SULKY PLOWS, KEYSTONE DISC HARROW, THE STANDARD SPRING TOOTH HARROW, CLAEK'S CUTAWAY HARROW, ACME PULVERIZING SUPERIOR STEEL LAND-ROLLERS BARLEY CRUSHERS, HOOSIER SEEDERS & DRILLS, HuOillEß PRESS DRILLS, BUCKEYE FEUD MILL & POWER. DIAMOND FEED MILLS, Dedrick Hay Presses 808 SLEIGHS, BOS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 November 1888

VOL. 1. NO. 3. REED & PEENTIS, DEALERS IN NO. 1 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! MITCHELL FARM & SPRING WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARTS, Famous Canton Walking Gang Plows, NOWEGIAN WALKING PLOWS, HARROWS, &c. The "Superior" Drill, which has no equal in this or any other market. Yon will find it to your interest to call and see us before purchasing, as we will NOT BE UNDERSOLD by any competing establishment. Don't forget that. PULLMAN, - - - WASH. TER. ELLSWORTH & HUNT, Dealers in Plain and Fancy Groceries, CROCKERY, GLASS AND QUEENS- Make a Specialty of Choice Canned Goods, AND FIRST-CLASS TOBACCOS AND CIGARS. Our goods are always FRESH, and warranted, and will be sold at "Bed-Rock" figures right along. fW Goods delivered free of charge anywhere in city. Main St., - - Pullman. STALKY BROS. & CO., have just opened, nt STALKY P. 0., n brand now stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, including everything usually found in a first-class General Store, such as Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 November 1888

ALL ALONG THE LINE, Republicans Will Again Take the Reins of Government. THE SOLID SOUTH BROKEN. A Republican' President and Repub lioan Majority in Both Houses of Congress. Later returns have not materially changed the national vote from that given last week. The oflki il count stands Harrison 2-\d and Cleveland 162 votes in the. electoral college, i counting West Virginia's six votes! for Harrison, though the official count! may give them to Cleveland. The re turns from the mountain districts of that state are blow coming in and both sides claim the victory by a small ma jority. The republicans maintain their! majority in the senate and gain con- ! trol of the home by aboti tls majority, which is tha best news the territories could receive. Tin; republican con gress will admit those territories knock- j ing at the door of the Union with the, greatest possible dispatch. In the tcnitory John J5. Alien, dele gate to congress, is ahead by about ! GOOO, it is thought, when complete re-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 November 1888

FRACTIONAL INFORMATION. Skimmings from the News Pot—A Medley of Facts, Fancies and Events Boiled Down. . At Milwaukee, milkmen must register. Canned sweet potatoes are the latest gro cery novelty. At Milan all the leading stores are in a four square area The railroads oonsnme half the coal used in this country. The lead trust has disappeared. It sank of it» own weight A.bout 140,000 tons of shoddy are shipped from Germany yearly. Klectric motors are to by used on the under ground railway in London. Laurel, Delaware, is one cf trie 1 ir^ r; :-t fnrt shipping mari.i'trt in tin- world. In the United State there are 110,000,080 ncres in wheat, com, rye and oats. The bagging trust has shutdown tight of the firms in the combination. Britannia rules the waves no longer. This is the reign of the ironclad X '.• South Wales, Australia, increased its shtep 8,000,000 during the year. Many emigrants are passing through Mon tana to Washington territory. General Sheridan's memoirs will be publish ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 November 1888

HALFBED WINDUS, Manufacturer Boots, Shoes, Slippers —FOR — LADIES' AND GENTS' WEAR. Repairing- of All Kinds promptly attended to. -y-f--« NODINK BLOCK, PULLMAN. H. C, WILLIAMSON, Fashionable Barber & Hair-Cutter Special Attention in given to Cutting and Trimming Ladies' and Children's Hair. HOT & COLD BATHS PULLMAN, WASH. TEH. Line & Transfer, R. LANNING, - PROPRIETOR PULLMAN, WASH. TEH. Freight and Furniture BAGGAGE, ETC., Careful 1 v handled anil hanled by Compotfrit Tonmsiors. Onlc-ra may lw left at" the FABISB UKOS.' store, sad will bo promptly attended to. STAYER & WALKER Dealers in comprising BTUDEBAKER FARM AND SPRING WAGONS, LITTLE GIANT GANG PLOWS, J. I. CASE WALKING AND SULKY PLOWS, „ KEYSTONE DISC HARROW, ml- THE STANDARD SPRING TOOTH HARROW, CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROW, ACME PULVERIZING " SUPERIOR STEEL LAND-ROLLERS BARLEY CRUSHERS, IIOOSIER SEEDERS ft DRILLS, HOOSIER PRESS DRILLS, BUCKEYE FEED MILL ft POWER, DIAMOND FEED MILLS, Dcdrick Hay Presses • 808 SLEIG...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 November 1888

Supplement to PULLMAN HERALD COLFAX. From (iazette, Nov. !). I!. W. Taylor and family will go to Oregon soon, to spend the winter. Charles Cole, of near town, has pur chased the Munlocii ranch on Spring Hat. It is said that sheep men have ad vanced the price .50 cents per head since. the election. / Caps. Samson, the well known Snake river steamboat man, died this v,"eek and was buried at Almota on Thursday. The recent rains have r-iised the North Paloose sufficiently t> enable the Colfax Milling company to run without diffi culty. — ~"" ni'nij Tlnmnv-innrr- are moving the bridge building along with all possible dispatch. The bridge at Elberton has been completed. Work has been com menced on those of this city and the others will follow in their turn. The fall planting of fruit treos prom ises to be very large in the Palouse country. Exhibitions in this line at the late fair have proven to settlers beyond a doubt that this is a great fruit corn try. Every laud-owner should have a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 November 1888

V^OL. 1. NO. 4. REED & PRENTIS, i DEALERS IX NO. 1 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! MITCHELL FARM & SPRING WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARTS, Famous Canton Walking Gang Plows, NOWEGIAN WALKING PLOWS, HARROWS, &c. The "Superior" Drill, which has no equal in this or any other market. You •will find it to your interest to call and see us before purchasing, as we will NOT BE UNDERSOLD by any competing establishment. Don't forget that. PULLMAN, - - - WASH. TER. ELLSWORTH & HUNT, Dealers in Plain and Fancy Groceries, CROCKERY, GLASS AND QUEENS-WARE. • •^viih^a Specialty of Choice Canned Goods, AND FIRST-CLASS TOBACCOS AND CIGARS. Our goods are always FRESH, and warranted, and will be sold at " Bed-Rock" figures right along. E-£f° Goods delivered free of charge anywhere, in city. Main St., - - Pullman. STALEY BROS. & CO., have just opened, at STALKY P. 0., n brand new stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, including everything usually found in a first-class General Store, such as Dry Goods, Grocer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 November 1888

Pullman Herald. PULLMAN. MUi?IA i IC ACID I.AXE. Tim =oeilil"L', Hobbling Mineral ,Mu-s leva.l on \\ lilto Jstnnd. White Island is nearly circular and about throe rail in circumference writes aa Auckland correspondent of the Sun Francisco Chronicle. It con sists of Inll cljUj on three sides form of rock .1 :.♦ loose rubb sli thrown up from the crater. O.i Hie fourth side, m ■ large Hit many acres in extent, broken in two places by tall and f.m tasUo rocky eminences, which appear to have once formed part of the cliffs in whicii lie flits would seen to bo a fault. These cliffs are eight bun Ire I feet In lioight, perpendicular within and gently sloping to the sea. Before you Li a vast amphitheater of extraor dinary lint The walls of this basin. lowering op to the sky, appear serrat ed at the '■■!_■■- and intersected along tho face by au inextricable net-work of fissure* and crevices. Landed in the shin's diuiry on tho bowlder-strewn beach, we li id ourselves within the awe-inspiring i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 November 1888

DON'T BE FLUSTERED. Advice to Tonni Men Who Are Go m s to Woric in a Strauss Shop, The voting man who has "just got t job," and is going to work at it for the lirst time, does not always take the pleasautest feelings with him, says the Boston Budjet. The work is new. It s, part of if, strange also. Ho has many things to look out for. and many ilrango surround to accustom him -If to. A voiin;: man hardly ever goes to a new. job but what ho finds work and ufetho<ls d ffeivnl from what he ha! been pcustonied. To get acquainted with the new shop is the first thing, ami the sooner ;t is done, (lie quickci will lha stranger be able to grasp the MtiKit on and work understandingiy. A ..int.: man is apt to be "fluster .i|' when be | oes to work on a new job. Ho is nervoos. Every body it look »t I'■<» and be knows it, too. ManY ; , pood workman gets "rattled" during Uia first day on a strange job. and lie is uono the worst for it either. In going at I now job, brush up all tlio •■cheek"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 November 1888

J. 1). KIKKWOOD, DKNTIHT. rULLMAN, W. T. Office Hours: 9n. m. to 12 m., nnd 1 to 4 p. m. BTKWAHT BLOCK, MAIN ST. BARNEY HATTRUP, proprietor Pullman Sample Room COU. Os MAIN and GRAND ST3. Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Perfect order maintained nnd gentle manly treatment to every one. PULLMAN, - - W. T. WILLIAM NEWTON, Attorney & Counselor at Law, PULLMAN, W. T. Money to Loan on Heal Estate at tho Lowest Kate of Interest. All Legal Business promptly attended to. Taxes paid for non-residents. Collections promptly made and remitted. INSURE! WITH W. V. WINDtJS, the pioneer in surance agent of Pullman. Repre sents the Oldest and Largest Fir© Insurance Companies in England and America. Insure, with a HOME AGENT who will PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS at all times. Fire! Life! Accident! DID YOU KNOW The Washington Import's Co. was located only half a mile East o* " '. ..■».., PULLMAN, W. T. Thiaiflj "'" ; and tli»'"»- you can buy IMPORTED, English Sliiro AND Cleveland Bay STALLIONS. ALSO, GENUIN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 November 1888

Supplement to PULLMAN HERALD tJNIONTOWN. J'mni Journal, Nov. 15. Grandnm Skeela has sold, within th: past 10 days. 80 acres of land to Mr. N. Jacobs, ST., and 210 to that big farmer, John I. Kline. Mrs. Skoels has only re served 40 acres and the fine house she resides in adjoining town. Prof. Merriiaan. of Coltou, has, wo are pleased to learn, been employed to teach the coming fall and winter term of our public school. ft is our painful duty to chronicle the l.iitli of Annas E. Rogers, aged 24 years, who died on Saturday afternoon under strange circumstances, as far as is known to us. As near as we can learn he was assisting his father herding a band of 700 sheep belonging to a Mr. Robinson, of Spokane Falls. On Sat urday afternoon Annas was found in his cabin, lying on his eot, with bis boots off, and already beyond the, power of speech, and almost dead. At present writing there is nothing known as to whether Annas committed suicide or whether it is a sad case of accident. The repo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 December 1888

VOL.I. NO. 5. REED & PRENTIS, UEALEItS IN NO. 1 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! MITCHELL FARM & SPRING WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARTS, Famous Canton Walking Gang Plows, NOWEGIAN WALKING PLOWS, HARROWS, to. The "Superior" Drill, which has no equal in this or any other market. You will find it to your interest to call and see us before purchasing, as wo will NOT BE UNDERSOLD by any competing establishment. Don't forget that. PULLMAN, - - - WASH. TER. ELLSWORTH & HUNT, Dealers in Plain and Fancy Groceries, CROCKERY, GLASS AND QUEENS-WARE. Make a Specialty of Choice Canned Goods, AND FIRST-CLASS TOBACCOS AND CIGARS. Our goods arc always FRESH, untl warranted, and will bo sold at "Bed-Rock" figures right along. 35T* Goods delivered free of charge anywhere in city. Main St., - - Pullman. STALEY BROS. & CO., have just opened, at STALKY P. <>„ a brand new stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, including everything usually found in a first-class Genera] Store, such as Dry Goods, Groceries, Pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 December 1888

VOL.I. NO. 5. REED & PRENTIS, DEALERS IN NO. 1 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! MITCHELL FARM & BFBINO WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARTS, Famous Canton Walking Gang Plows, NOWEGIAN WALKING PLOWS, HARROWS, &c. The "Superior" Drill, which has no equal in this or any other market. You will find it to your interest to call and see us before purchasing, as we will NOT BE UNDERSOLD by any competing establishment. Don't forget that. PULLMAN, - WASH. TER. ELLSWORTH & HUNT, Dealers in Plain and Fancy Groceries, CBOCKEBY, GLASS AND QUEENB-WABE. Make a Specialty of Choice Canned Goods, AND FIRST-CLASS TOBACCOS AND CIGARS. Our goods arc always FRESH, and warranted, and will bo sold at '• Bed-Rock" figures right along. Jrt?" CJoods delivered free of charge anywhere in city. Main St., - - Pullman. STALEY BROS. & CO., have just opened, at STALKY P. 0., a brand new stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, including everything usually found in a first-class General Store, such as Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisi...

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