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

Aurora ami F.,,anii ilo , 1(1as . i " Au^r yOU "■—*«*— i-tfcr «* Epauiinondas Clingc < ra , e .i ln ct despair at tbeyouii R worn™ wh i, T S brief and ecldh spoken L,k^ a"" tte brightest dreaTof m o 'U"''" llVa RtzgarTick was beautiful LI ■ $10,000 dream To „ „'. ,' 1 sh f "winan * -i.^aiy uphoister^ : -: :' e 'r:';:;°. a: vi V!'«-e Ilk. a,, «bo ,•„„„•?;„ L,,;r r ft need. Many a !l;!1 ,. i M d he pro, dlv • tended her to the theatre, the opera and the restaurant, and subsequent lv L I Blio regretted to be compelled to return for I.er^se La»da^ Wt as unavailable "What can I say, Mr. Chut- that will !"b!°ilidlit<l^Su's^e n q Si O nheßaid>ianjpiytohißde8p^ ■, A:LV', P° ts. OT'Pl Of some kind." he said, wildly: ."give me an open date or a chance to hedge, If you canTgrtnt me a rehearing don't crush me by a cold sen ci.cc oiueat:,. Commend me at least to the mercy of heaven." ';Mr. Chugg," exclaimed the lovely maiden in alarm ••„,;, : peak with strange incoherence. You have read...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 January 1891

I^ulliiinii Homld. BOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher 'ILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor ; NEWS OF THE WEEK An Hpitome of the Happenings of \ Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring at the Capita] of the United States —other Very Interesting New.-;. The New York Staats /.citing has just lieen sold for (4,000,000. An underground lake has been discov ered in Piatt county. 111. An association of ho], dealers lias just been incorporated a: New York city. It is proposed to erect a large plant at the Sudbury nickel mines in Canada. The Wisconsin state Grange demands that the legal rate of interest be reduced to r> per cent. More than 8,000,000 tons of iron ore were shipped from tin' Lake Superior mines last year. Kansas City grain dealers are endeav oring to bring about a change in the method of fixing grain rates. Cummings of New York lias intro duced in the House a resolution of sym pathy for the Jews in Russia. Kansas farmers are organizing with a view to holding corn from the market and f...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 January 1891

MARRIED IN FRANCE.' STORY OF THE GOWER-NORDICA ROMANCE AND ITS SAD END. Mme. Nordica Was a Maine Girl Knowa a. Mis. Lilian Norton Mr Gower TV M Also from Maine-Sketch of His Career Hi. Phenomenal Success In Telephony. Lilian Norton, the famous sinser granddaughter of Campmeetitg^S cellent singers. Lilian attended the Conservatory of Music in Boston to re' ceive a musical education. The excel ence of her voice introduced her Into the concerts of Qil more , when, she took a prominent part. Thus a way wa« opened for her to visit Europe anTa more complete musical education Accompanied by her mother she went to Italy and was placed under the dis cipline of the most accomplished musical teachers of Europe. Having finished her course of study and become notable for her power of song, she received an invitation with liberal salary to sing in the Royal opera at St. Petersburg. She went with her mother to Russia. The manager of the Grand opera of Paris was so pleased with her singing that ho ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 January 1891

The FIRST Appearar Fa Sale in Pullman's Best and Most Siglit Property, "COLLEGE HILI DDITION! • . Has already dawned 1 yet •§Qj£ many of you, I've no doubt, ; i that within the corporate limits < ere is *&' • an addition described and ie eu phonious name of C4fe fIP H MB !Ml ! V V V V t H BS^I fe,"' "i »X--;. ■ s *--'■■-j-'fl 8813 ff' ''• t wSStk m^BSk ■ BBftyjfCl Es£sa 1 Hwfln £ '' S ■?'*'}« P- ' -,7i X ■'-" 1 ■■ 1 The following is the receipt of an order placed with Mr. Enos, some few days ago, fo: ; 5000 feet of plank walks through my addition: Pullmai 1890, Mr. Wm, R. McLean, City. j^^^g SKSJk My Dear Sir: I am in receipt of you? Ixl2 P^^if BLfjJj boards; 10,500 feet 2x4 sleepers; 1,920 fe s and PlfiPil 300 feet of 3x4 for supports, for walks in ion to I^bWBI Pullman. One car to be delivered at once. and I wish you all manner of successand I solid gje. Very Trul S. In addition to the above I propose to set aside 10 per cent, of all the moneys paid to me for To be known as...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 January 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 12. Th& Herald, - AU Adverti Sorae nt« will be continued and charged for until ordered oat. .SATURDAY.. ... JANUARY 17, 1891. LOCAL >'E»S. For spectacles go to A. White's. -H. E. Merriman visited Colfax this -■ week. For a perfect fit in eye-glasies go to \\ bite s —Fireman's masque ball, February 13th, 1891. Wedding cakes a specialty at the City Restaurant. -_ . Winchester writing tablets at the post office, —A. T. Fariss has been at the county seat this week. Go to the City Restaurant fora square meal—2s cents. —R. D. McConnell was in the city last Wednesday. The largest assortment of spectacles in town at White's. —R. S. Brown was in the city from .Moscow last Sunday. —K. McKenzie and wife visited friends in Colfax this week. Get your suit for the Fireman's masque ball, February 13th, 1891. —Graham's orchestra will play for a dance in Reaney's hall next Monday evening. Write to Dr. W. A. Egbert, room 3, Korn block, at Seattle all you -who have catarrh. tf —Atto...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 January 1891

The Heretic!. THOMAS NEILL, Publisher. : WILL ALLEX, Associate Editor. TEIIXIB OF SUBSCRIPTION: )KEYEAK conn UK MONTHS ONLY.' .'.'...'. V.V.V.V.*.. ADVERTISING HATES ire liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates. Give na a trial. Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Kate«. PALOUSE VALLEY. HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. Interesting ITEMS culled from PA i.orsr. country newspapers. COLFAX. From Gazette, 9th inst. Mr. and Mrs. 11. Grey DePledge, of Pullman, were in the city Wednesday. Out of the 8500 appropriated by the county commissioners for the Whitman county exhibit at the Spokane exposi tion, the committee has $37.20 to turn back into the treasury, after paying all expenses. Some of the members of the Colfax College and their friends participated in a no doubt very enjoyable, but ex tremely hilarious, party, or wake, Fri day evening. The "stilly air" of the quiet Colfax night was startled by noisy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 January 1891

THE BEDOUIN'S PRAYER. Allah •,.° PK not that thou slay My foe; that Ehte. qr. shall keep Shall" lasknot "»«lhy power 5Tm re me from the d°°™ of death. I ask not one exteuded hour Is breath. I ask not one extended hour lo draw tho vapor. eh as steals, lad elves the palm a mute caress'- JJUt, Allah. out or nothingness Lift thou me when the hot brain reels. To meet my death as Bedouin should. At point of lance, .math starry skies- To meet the (fiance of tender eyes Still mottled with the battle blood— To make from out cold lethargy Thrilled to the soul by her soft kiss, W hose liquid fire shall wake by bliss Through all umspacre' eternity I —Mattja Eileen Ilolahan. CAI>T. BODEN. In ty<? a a shelf above the roll top desk In the office of a South street merchant, With a lot of letter and bill files, etc., on each side of it. is a bound volume of The London Mercantile Marino Magazine. A Blip of red ribbon serves as a book mark in it. It is not customary for merchants to keep old mag...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 January 1891

pullmaii Herald. iJHOMASNEim - - - -Publighcr r»ILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor M HAPPY' HITS. [| In the case of a woman who was tried for filling her husband with a stone, the verdict (pas rendered that the killing was accidental I ii the ground that if she intentionally threw I he stone at him, it would have hit something '^a an opposite direction.—The Epoch. I A citizen of Dallas, Tex., has invented an I ilectric ashing line which kills a fish the in stant it seizes the hook and at the mine time -ings a bell on shon to warn the fisherman j "■Uhomay bo under ii tree some yards distant • I flaying seven up with a brother angler to de- i cide which shall pay for the bait. An attach- I Tient that would dean and dry the fish before ; hey tire hauled out of the water would prove - a great boon to the lLsbcrmau and make tLt ■ inventor's fortune.—Norristown Herald. ' * The New York Commercial Advertiser says .a Buffalo man "dreamed that he had been ■elected alderman, go( up in his slee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 January 1891

AKOSMISM. As one i who tO SOm" „,„,, „„.,.„,., chamber rom. £,d i U su., ls itew to « !:ul d(jad lluve SS bo are there niimieul:l when my thoughts or» To those dU" chronicles ""hose page* close Epochs and ,u.-..s in the ivpose That shall the future, as u,e „:,.,, overspreads Ami where but Memory mayWd tted«uL Tte tacoheivnl story of the i i,! l' < ataUemoaan or all we undertake, 1 «£>*♦>«"; lives are surely , ) , 1 , ihe dreams Otjspirlta dwelling in the dUrai:i spheres. ■* bo. us «c,1,,.. do one by om- awake -EtlK-ar Sattui in itelford's Magazine. MICKEY FINN'S RAFT. ' \ Rain had been failing steadily for more than a week Sometimes it came down | in sheets, and again it fell in a slow driz- I z ing mist which gave a depressed look to I the landscape The trees in Lindsley's wood dripped rain, and the two streams I which fed Browns pond were changed j from trickling silver rivulets into roar- ! ing. muddy torrents, tearing madly along between their banks b Micky I inns tame ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 January 1891

•f»Villiiin.ii Herald. BOMAS NEILL, - - - -Publisher ' •ILL ALLEN. - - - Associate Editor « I NEWS OF THE WEEK : in Epitome of the Happenings of Two Hemispheres. p]iat is Transpiring at the Capital of the United —Other Very Interesting News. Kansas reports her crops in a flour shiiig condition. Wheat in Central Kansas is said to be n good condition. Floods are reported in the Upper Ohio md tributary streams. ; The New York Hebrew trades are lighting prison labor. C. G. llouye, a prominent citizen of [Amity City, La., was assassinated. I The Avenue Hotel at Corsicaua, Tex., was burned and four lives were lost. La grippe is again prevalent at Pitts burg, l'enn., and threatens to become j an epidemic. A laborer lost himself in a sewer in [Minneapolis and wandered over three miles before he could get out. A strict quarantine is being he!'! on the bonier line with Mexico against | [small-pox, which is raging there. Eight Knox College students are un- 1 der arrest at Galesburg, 111. They ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 January 1891

A LEGEND.. "££££? " °r dreamed *• -»• '«". £ "■^^ir" 1 M twilight*e™ ben And man may listen and hearken to the wonder-* ful music that rings "unaer -11 he puts from his heart's inner chamber all the passion, pain and strife, ne llearx7^sVmT- ylonsiDe that throb to *• v he or wi-rhinir a"hatred-a" «■»■«*- Heca«:::nXz^ lytwm« ht how - «•* of tathiß '«* - "Pen anTme. 1"1 ""^ meaaia ■»•■«. to you ' M -t^.'sir 1 and question- °" »™ T a "ofsfj' "* already the dWeUing «* *«*»«• So then let us ponder a little; let us look in our hearts and see if the twilight bells of the angels could ring for us—you and me. s —Somerville Journal Travel in China. Travel in northern China is accom. pushed in a cart, a mule litter, or the saddle The first method is the most uncomfortable but the most rapid the I second the most comfortable but the ! slowest, the third the most independent but the most uncertain. The cart used in northern China has two heavy wheels, with wooden axle no springs, and a body abou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 January 1891

WHAT TMIIuK VfiT i ft mmmtik m m iiUl II Amm ■ ■ ■"■.,'•. ... ... ■■ ■ . Are the promises which I have made from time to time, relative to the ■■ ■ , . ' . ■ . ' ■.■#■■■ [improvements in COLLEGE HILL 1 Being fulfilled, or is it simply aping some of my more noted predecessors in their declarations without a semblance of execution? If this were a query which required mental study, or a problem whose solution required much labor, would not look for an immediate response, but as it only calls for a little recreative pastime I do ask r ou to satisfy yourselves by paying a visit to this property. lam so well pleased with the advance nent already made in COLLEGE HILL that I have concluded to withdraw the 10 per cent., hereto ore offered, on January 31 st, next. Mr. T. W. Enos is now in Portland, with instructions from me, to place an order for the sash, doors, blinds, etc., FOR TWENTY HOUSES 1 Which I contemplate building before May Ist, and I wish it distinctly understood that I will allo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 January 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 14. «::;;;,:^v, -.» ™- All Advisements will" be continued and cliarged for until ordered out. Cnton Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: v. ,„ _ KABT-BODND: Ho. 16, Express, leaves at 5m „ m No. 92, Mixed, U^^S££ 10: 00 a m M „ „ WEST-BOUND: No 9?' «?"!?■,• leaT6B at 11:58 a m No. 91, Mixed, lea™ at 6:50 pm Main Line, Nob. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly- SWr^Tp- hT gh Pnllm» Sleepers, Colonist Sleep™ Fr n Chair Care and <*»&*, between wS^au^rCnicar 8 'Kansas ciu-st l^ouis, bt. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line ',??° B- 3 and 4 > "The Limited Fast Mail, carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING NORTH- Passenger 6.15 am Freight and Accommodation ..'.'.'.... 9.02 a m GOING SOUTH: Passenger 7.05 n m Freight and Accommodation . '.'.'.'. ... 3.20 p m J. R. LORD, Agent. SATURDAY JANUARY 31, 1891. TO THE PUBLIC With this issue of the Herald the un dersigned severs his connection with this paper. Will Allen, who has been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 January 1891

The Herald. THOMAB NEILL, Publisher. WILL AT.tAOt, Asttoctate Editor. TKKMB OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONKYEAB 52.00 81X MONTHS ONLY 1.00 ADVERTISING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. I*>gal Notices at the legal ■ste*. (Jive as a trial. lii.tenii at the Post Office for Transmission in the Maih- at Second-Class I Inlet-, I*ALOUSE~VAL].EY. -HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS InTUKKSTINc; ITMMS CULLED FROM PA LOI'KK COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS. PALOUSE CITY From News. 2:ird inst. Ijast Saturday morning Eugene, son of F. J. < 'Hilton of the St. Elmo hotel, had a very narrow ■ ■■*■ from drowning. He was playing on the i'-e on the old mill pond back of P. V. Morris" liou-e mid broke through in a place where the •.».m>i was over hi* head. Tobe Thornton was standing an the bank and threw a rope which the little fellow caught. This rope probably wived |..is life, for it prevented his being carried under the toe by the current. Help was quickly summoned and by laving boards ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 January 1891

H „ „ Washington City News. Speaker Reed' B eminent fitness for the position he holds, and honors by hold ing was DeVer more plainly demonstrat ed than daring the present week, when the democratic members have been little better than a mob of hood^ms, in both the,,-manners and their language. It has been openly acknowledged by such democrat, leaders as Representative Flower that it was their intention to de lay the necessary business in the House such as the regular aumiaJ ap()ropria : or th H m °rder tO make * im P°SBible or the House to act on the amendments to the federal election bill, after that measure passes the Senate, before the session expires by limitation. This is the first time that the leaders of a po litical party have had the audacity to publicly state that they were endeavor ing to force an extra session of Congress upon the country, and the fact is not likely to be forgotten when the people ■Sam get a chance, through honest ballot boxes, at the democratic party Whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 31 January 1891

■ —="COLLEGE HILL!"^^- Inquiries Quite Astounding. IB TIGS QUIIG ASt(D UPICI I PIST. Quite Astounding nQ U I FI6S \J U1 L© AS lO UnQ I n Bf. Inquiries Quite Astounding. Upwards of 100 Lots Spoken For* .';.-■- ' ■.'■■■*,-''. ■ .:■ { ■ ?■'■ i . *jl H-'-'r Discounts are all withdrawn to-day. - ■ ■" ■ TERMS: 1-3 CHSH; BHLRNCE IN 4, 5 12 MONTHS. » . *>* -»■ ■ . - - . . , ;/, .... ,-■, . ■ .... • , NOW IS THE OPPORTUNE TIME, ■ ■■ .■ - ■ » " ■ ■ ■ W ■ Bill IB— ■ t '■'■'.* ' ' ~ As prices will steadily advance with improvements. ■ "■ ■■ . - . ;,. :■■,..:•. |: | „ .:■■ . . , . ■ ■■.. .. : ■•' % - ... ■■■; v•|^|| .. .". .■■/ ' ■\■.■ ■ # . i'■' ■■ , :. . •:# | ||;| ■ ■■■ -. ■■ .■ ■ ■.■■ ■ §; , __^™_ m ™_..; _^_ ■ : ■ '-•: ■ ' ■-■■"".'" ... . ■ " - ———————...»___. ._.'.■■ ■ - - ■- N , ■ ■ ■ . ■ -■..■■■-■.■■ . ; + ■ • ■ ■"-■.'".■'.,',-■■.- . l . ; . i ; : ;^-.. ■-.■-■■, . . ..:. Sl;| :./ .;. ■■■,-. ' £ .:,;. -■ ■■:.;.' ■..-..■... ■ .■:. ..;■,-:■. ■■.-;;■■ ■■■■■■•;■■ .:■■■■■■-.■■/■ -■■.';■■-■'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 February 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 15. The_Hera.ld. *" 'XmjaAia.r - Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: No 1C *• EAST-BOUND: fltlp^iffi- M „ „ WEBT-BOUJJD i^:fe!™ »._ Northent. Pacific Railroad. „ GOING NORTH: Pawsenger fil Freight and Accommodation.. \\\\\\ 9X2 a m GOING SOUTH: Passenger ... 7 n _ Freight and Accommodation.! \ ! '. \'. \ £20 £m' . ■ - J. R. LOUD, Agent. SATURDAY^ .. FEBRUARY 7,liiTl LOCAL NEWS. For spectacles go to A. White's. —Skating has been good a part of the ■week. : For a perfect fit in eye-glasses go to White's — Ed. Merriman visited Uniontown f this week. 1 Winchester writing tablets at the Dost office. ] '- _ Walter Ruble & Co. for groceries, ] toth 1" 8 ' etc. i to th. t no. ( „w i - P. James and wife, of Col rade^ thecit-v- Frid^W. M. Chambers visited in _ Thursday. « Korn I st assortment of spectacles eatairlimVljite's. * —W. V.-^^Kp^cow, has been in d trip to Portland pile f day evenincr. I'" .__" T -, , h "v"'-f.?,- Idaho, - > For a good 81 per day boa&.H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 February 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN. Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE YEAH S2OO BIX MONTHS ONLY :..■.:.;..■..■;.■. 1 .CO ADVERTISING KATES Are liberal, and mode known on application ii. person or by mail. Legal Notices at the lega rates. Give lie a trial. fartand at the Post Office for Transmission i; the Mail* at Second-Class ISates. rAT FIVE O'CLOCK. And &O the day is over, And Its time for a cup of tea: I (eel likn tbe veriest rover Who returns successfully: I chopped to such satisfaction; My new hat in so neat; My gown will spreail distract Among the girls I meet I found the lovelies! notions For making Christmas things; I'll return all Tom's devotions With cote nnilin<ihiiliim Ah, if only that ring ten Anna: Just the friend I long to see; I shall tell her in hat manner 1 discouraged Dudie I>>igh. Oh. aren't you a perfect treasure To think of me at five? The hour of coziest leisure Human beings can contrive! How merrily burns the fire Behind its glittering dog...

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

PA LOUSE ■■"VALiiEY. HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS INVESTING rr.Ms C C L L.D F«OM PA LOUSE COUNTRY NEWRPAPEKS. COLFAX. From Gazette, 30th nit. «£ <* h COrda < nco with ,he Gould policy of econ omy, the men in this vicinity were dis -urged recently and their places filled w^t o. hmamen The-boys did hot propose to Iet ™ ' matter goby default, however, and organiz^ tor purpose* of vengeance. La te -r^™ ( «^oo» of last week they made ' -""nth, men. The a,r was filled with mingled M,, Kohan and American oaths for „ period of about twenty seconds, and then quiet re^d - lhe(h,namen the now e rl ,ss -«"u°e n Thednnamen were powerless against the Bu penor strength of the.r assailants and weL driven away after being badly beaten. The sec- ' tion bo, on his arrival a little later, was sur pnsedto find the house empty. The hZ quarter, of the Celestial section men have since been removed within the city limits, to afford j then, protection in the future. It is quif possi- ; ble, however that f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 February 1891

The Herald. \ WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher. \ ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: I ONE YEAR..... . <i"OO i •ix months only:" ::::.:::;::. ■;. t:«" . ADVERTISING RATES Ate liberal, and made known on implication in person or by mail. Legal Notices tit the legal rates. Give v* a trial. Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Kates. Publisher's Notice. On assuming control of the Herald I have but little, of a personal nature, to say to the public: The Herald will be conducted in the interests of its pat rons and its publisher; Pullman and the Pa louse county, in which the paper has unbounded faith, will receive its vigorous advocacy. The policy adopted by it at any time will be that believed to be for the best of the community; as to its material character: it will be enlarged as soon as practicable, new features added, and always kept to the highest possible point of excellence. Politically, it will re main republican. Wilford Allen. Senator Squire is i...

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