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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 February 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 16. P:ie_Her_ald. Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: X ' 'ie -. EAST-BOUND:. No. 16. bptMß, leaVeS at 5:00 m «°. 92, Mixed, leaYesat 10:00 am v , E 'i, WEST-BOUND: No ffl* mPT,' j6aVeß Bt 11:58 a m «0>.91, Mixed, leaves at 650 pm .r ■Ufa Line Nos. 1 and 2, "The Overland Flv -BIUnST> 'V* 1' p"Ilm 'm Sleepers, Colonist Po^U^l T nlmir Care and Co<^ between ,i s"p V enver ' Omaha ' Kanß«B ntv ' 8t" UOtt, St. Paul or Chicago. ' MaU^oH ine V N8- 3 and 4, "The Limited Faßt aen^in Udrd n?hS andßWiDßCare Xorthem Pacific liatlroad. . GOING NORTH: I'RBBenger 6 15am Freight and Accommodation.. ...... 9.02 a in _ GOING SOUTH: Passenger 7.05p m Freight and Accommodation......... 8.20 p m _____ J. R. LORD, Agent. SATURDAY.^. JFEBRUABY 14, 1891 LOCAL NEWS. For spectacles go to A. White's. For .1 perfect fit in eye-glasses go to White's Winchester writing tablets at the post office. —Considerable ice is being cut for summer use. Try Walter Ruble & Co. for groceries,...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 February 1891

phe Hergiicl. rJ^FORD ALLEN, Editor and Publishes. am T*BMB or SUBSCRIPTION: it MONTHS ONLY.' £;£ V.V.'.V.".'.. *1.00 dtp ADVERTISING RATES >»9 KUrtd, and made known on application in w)?er.onorbymaU. Legal Notice, at the lego) -—;_■»••. Give <v a trial. Bote~ . ... . «iUr»d at tin Post Office for Transmission in -_ **»• Mails at Second-Clans Rates. * -*• i — /aLOUSE VALLEY. [ Happenings in other towns. tO 8 )e (NrmiaviNa ITMMS CL'LMD FBOM PA r() a MUSE OOTOTBT NEVIFAPIBS. Pal «_ COLFAX. InVrom Gazette, 6th inst. id\ Marshal Brooks Mackay had a very nT olose call late Tuesday evening. About he^:3^P' m. he heard a disturbance in - the Baldwin house, and found that a ia gentleman known as Wade \ Hicklin, °o lately arrived with a companion from ncMkaonri, was causing a little disturb kjj ance. Mr. Mackay attempted to lead la the gentleman in question to his room, but the doughty son of Pike would not }■ have it. The marshal then informed him it- that he was too drunk to remain th...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 February 1891

Mr. Meai's Will. By a eideeTaggaed. CHAPTER I. AUGUSTA un> HER PUBLISHER. are-or rather there were a ?u n,l ♦ *? : managing partner. M r . Addiso^a jM ° pany" (limited). «•*■*» a "coo- . However this may be Mmaon *<■ \ was undoubtedly a ycom m Sr m Ld- It employed more than 2.000 hands and ! its works, lighted throughout with U« j ter of laud. One hundred commercial ! travelers, at £3 a week and c°™cial travelers, at £3 a week and a commit sum. went forth east and west an^ u£th ! and south, to sell the books of Meeson (which We largely religious in their nat ure) in all lands; ami five-andtwenty ' tame authors (who were illustrated by 1 11 j teen tamo artists) sat - at salaries*ran?,- : ing from £100 to £500 a vear-iu vault i Uko hutches in the basement, and week by week poured out that hat work for wlucn Meeson's was justly famous Then i there were editors and vice editors, and heads of the various departments, and : sub-heads, and financial secretaries, and readers, and many...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 February 1891

fl^e^JHrerald^ f.r"o/?D ALLEN, Editor and Publisher. I 9 TEEMS of subhckiption: I raft TSA.R . . *o f\g\ I I MONTHS only: " :", : '.v.v.v.v.tSSS * ADVERTISING RATES ■ Mberal, and made known on application in >«on or by mail. Legal Notice* at the legal - Mm. Give Hi a trial. • iU»d at the Post Office for Transmission ii ? „__ th» Mail* at Second-* Kates. Jas. Beattt, of Idaho, haa been ■ ominated by President Harrison to be [| Inited States judge of Idaho. t ,".-• The Herald extends its thanks to 1 he journals of the state for the many tattering notices it has received during "he past few days. They are appreciated ' gentlemen. . —-—-_____ . ' General Sherman has been very sick .this week, and at one time his life was I -despaired of. He is now somewhat .better, and the physicians think that they can save his life. "o — Cigarette smoking is carried on to tj an alarming extent among the boys of 1 Pullman. Little fellows not over eight or ten years of age are seen puffing away at th...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 February 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 17. Th<^_HereilcL Ai! "^^^:™« - In ton Pacific Hallway. From Pullman, daily: „ • EAST-BOCND: ' ' no. lb, Kxpresß. l,». v ™ at * ™ No. 92. MiL,, £%»% _ it t-, WEST-BOUND: No 15. Express, leaT6S nt 11:58 a m Ho 91, Mlx(1 leaves at 6:50 p m Main Line, Nob 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly £fc rr-Ti, "7;^ •■" llm"n Bloe^rs Fresl hair Cars ami Coaches, between l^ouis, hi. Paul or CUoago. " Mian Lino Nor. 3 and 4, "The Limited Past yorthern Pacific llatlroad. _ GOING NORTH: Passenger 6 15 Freight and Accommodation.. .....". 9.0-2 a m OOINO SOCTH: PaKsenper 7 05 p m Freight and Accommodation .. '.. \\ \ ' 3/20 p m ; J. R. LORD, Agent. SATURDAY.... FEBRUARY 21. 1891 LOCAL NEWS. For spectacles go to A. White's. —Martha Washington Tea to-night. —V. E. Bull has been in Colfax this week. For a perfect fit in eye-glasses go to White's Winchester writing tablets at the po6t office. Try Walter Ruble & Co. for groceries, boots, shoes, etc. The largest assortment of spectacles in town at...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 February 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: six months '1.'.'.■.■;.'.•. ■.■.■.■•."*T!OO »■'"'■ ADVERTISING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates. Give an a trial. Altered at th.- Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Bates. PALOUSE VALLEY. HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. IT—IBM items culled FKOM PA louse COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS. MOSCOW. From North Idaho Star, 13th inst. Tho residence of M. C. Hnza, a mil east of the city, was burned Monday morning. The loss was $700, insurance $500. The first of the week Dr. Mulkey ex tracted a four-pronged tooth from O. B. Edgetfs 9-year-old child, which was as large as four ordinary ones. It was a skillful operation. It. 8. Browne started to Washington, D. ('.. Monday. He will visit Senator McConnell until congress adjourns, when they both wil 1 go to New York and pur chase a $30,000 stock of goods. The infant child of George Maxwell died very s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 February 1891

i. iteon's Will „;."■' II lilt By H. ETOeTFaggaEDl CHAPTER HI. AUGUSTA'S L.TTLE SISTER. or two about that »^ ? say a word •a<ly's prev^s boui a clergyman and lit cr had men. not " erb^Xd it T U *2Ki things of this world When Mr inn,?""' —or. rather thn »». i ■ omithers had died he left behind h^f ther*~ two children- \u000a , dow a!ul Jeannie, aged Thl ? ged 14- *«<1 vested. broSilter to&S™ 11' ""«" '» best account and give her tv , curate into tho city of iritf- ,mi KnTrtf y°al' S atld then WMWenly died IJ-mdVv UV? eirlUto respectively 1J and 8 yearn of age, to mourn her U,J ™ bSJSi-S were- "■ "^ 'fe Mrs. Smithera had been a sivino woman and on her death 1? was founf that, after paying all debts, there re marned a sum of £GOO for the two cirls to live on, and nothing else for their" mo her's fortune died with her Now t will bo obvious that the interest arising from £000 i ? not sufficient to support two >oung people, and therefore Augusta was forced to live upon the pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 February 1891

rhe Herald. ULFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher. TEKiIS OF SUBSCRIPTION: >NETIAU $"00 MX months ONLY. ■::;: . v.v.v.v.v.. 1 !oo ADVERTISING RATES Arc liberal, and made known on application in penon or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal ■tt*«. Give us a trial. Ecterxl at th« Post Office for Transmißnion in Ue Mails at Second-Class Kates. Wm. H. Guam procured a certifi cate of his election as U. S. senator from Idaho from Governor Willey last Satur day, but when he presented it to Secre tary of state Pinkham that official tiatly refuted to affix the seal of the state thereto, on the ground that he had al riadv performed that office for Hon. F. T. Dubois. Gk.veral W. T. Sherman died in New i'urK last Saturday afternoon at 1:50 o'clock. The cause of hie death was bronchitis and asthma, superinduced by a cold. He was born in Lancaster, Ohio. "February Nth, 1820, being only a few days over 71 years of age at his death. The funeral was held last Thursday, and tho remains interred at St....

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 February 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 18. The Herald. -..« w^ *Ter7 """"^T morning at Pull man, Whitman county. Washington . All Advertisement will be continued and ■ .^'- charged for until ordered out. Union Pacific Hallway. From Pullman, daily: „ _ KABT-BOCND: No 92' M* Pl7\' leavegßt s:oopm No. 92, Mixed, leaves at 10:00 a m M WEST-BOUND: Ko9?'Mi pr5 leaVeßat 11:58 a m No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Main Line,,Noß. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er, carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. J' Mian Cine, No B . 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail, carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. — — Northern Pacific Railroad,. OOINO NOBTH: IWnger 6.40 a m Freight and Accommodation 10.05 a m ■i('C'i> GOING SOOTH: Passenger ; 6.45 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.85 p m LEWIBTON BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 am Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. It. LORD, Agent. SATURDAY...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 February 1891

- , Alie Herald. ° U~s~~vi FORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher. * L^^^^ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 1' i. V TKIiV-WAB $2.00 a imntu. *<™only i-oo , »X MONTHS ■ , . ADVERTISING RATES , liberal, and made known on application in . or»on or by mail. Legal Notice* at the legal 6 Are liberal, «,tes. Give us a trial. • . perton or 1 ' mtM. Gi' — ; ~ , I ■ . —tered at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Rates. ' Entered at I __ j =^ALOUSE VALLEY. ; Wm. H ' ] cato of hi\PPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. 3 Idaho fre ■ day, butjTBRESTiNo ITEMS CULMD F»OM PA- ' tary of s louse country newspaper*. ' refused . I I thereto, COLFAX. ready p-om Gazette, 20th in«t. | T. Dub Engine Company No. 1 will give a rand masquerade ball the evening of , GE.v\ arch 17th, St. Patricks' Day, in'Blaek- , lure 1- hall. All devotees of the graceful art o'clock, be prepared to attend. branch vr • i , Marriage licenses were issued to the a cold. 11 , ' jr--V C° "blowing couples during the week: I* c rularr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 February 1891

Mr. Meeson's Will. By H. EIDEEJAGGAED. very charming l-JJ°J el' Auffusta, m Mr. Meeson arrived O *£' L° t W flighted Mr. Mason arrived O nthtance' whcD ceived Augusta for th « BCene atld P« taken aback at findimr hf time' Quito upon the best of term, with ttp,Paren%. quality... ho hesitated *"h Peeof such course to adopt wh con «'der what hurst, in a soShTt I°, ,n °lm was not very fond of M? M^' 1 for sb° taking his hesitation Meeson. ■ mis duceuim. Thereupon 111 in nt 0 mtr<> as we do sometimes tab- i a m°ment, Augusta caino \T a dete^ reoluti<»« would have uothW ™f t 6? 1T tion- She Meeson-sho wotdf „ 1? do with Mr. and there. *«» then in a cold and dherSelf UP' ™- already know Mr Ln?, mcd voice said: »I hurst/and Id o not Su^ H«*n more to do with him Mr \r ******** behaved well to mo " Meeson baa not pills declare there is the dinner bell! &£ along. Miss Smithers or we «hill i realized the unprecedented nature of the. A^d ™T STHyfe^ pi "c °* bedeck And on board the K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 February 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher. TEUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OHETKAR $200 •IX MONTHS ONLY. .. ' 100 ADVERTISING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rmta*. Give us a trial. fcUsred at the Post Office for Transmission in the Hails at Second-Class Rates. A Taxpayer's Kick. Pullman, February 25th. Editor Herald: We have more school house now than is used. Th< taxpayers would rather know what the one we now have cost. They have failed to ever see the itemized account of it, al though they h;ive demanded it. Our county officers give a financial statement of the county; our churches an itemized ■ejouat of the cost of their buildings, and why can we not have an intemized account of the cost of our school houses? Maybe Mr. Taxpayer might help a little to find out. We know it cost $500 to build and enclose the old building, but we don't know what the material cost, or how much material was used. We do know, however, t...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 20. The Hereilci. >2%SLZZSZte^ at Pull =an, Whitman county. Washington . Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. Inlon Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: v ,- n EAST-BOUND: No. 92, Mixed, leaves at. 10:00 am *„ tc ... WEST-BOUND: No 91 ' Mi !Ti' IMVeS at 11 -58 a m No- 91 Mixed, leaves at > ; 6:50 p m Main Line,, Nos. I and 2, "The Overland Fly w, «-, lr ry througli Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Heegenj in* ChMr Cars and Coach™, between lxmis, bt. Paul or Chicago, f Mian Line, NOB. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail, carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago Northern. Pacific Railroad. ._" GOING NOBTH: Passenger.. : 6.40 am x reigbt and Accommodation 10.05 a m . 1/ GOING SOUTH: Passenger. 6.45 pm * reight and Accommodation 8.35 p m X.KWIBTOX BBANCH. Accommodation Arrives.... 6.15 am Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. R. LORD, Agent. SATURDAY MARCH 14,1891. LOCAL NEWS. For spectacles go to A. White's. —Firemans' dance...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1891

The Herald. ? VH!™!!tJ iLEN ' EDITOR.AND PLUSHER. TEUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OSKYKAU «o M SIX MONTHS ONLY; .'...'. 7.7.7.7 *" j.So ~— ADVERTISING RATES Aw literal an.l made know on application ii person or by mail. Legal Notices at the loga! mm. Give as • trial. ' 6 Hutered.it tie Post Office for Transmission in Uie llmls at Second-Class Bab -. PALOUSE* VALLEY. HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. Interesting mots culled from pa- LOT7SE COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS. MOSCOW. i'rora Star, 6th inst. ■ Mother Hnbbards will be worn on tin c Viang of Easter Monday, by the gen tlemenand ladies alike. There is going to be a grand ball at that time, whei both sexes will be expected to attir. themselves in the same kind of costumes It will be at the Grand Army hall. Frank Mis. the sheriff's little son had his leg broken between the knee and tin hip last Wednesday, while coasting on the Third street hili, and it may crippl* the boy for life. Ho had juet got to th< bottom of the hill on a single sled and was starti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1891

Mr. fails fill. By a MBEnjuisiuiuj, about two millionaJh^ that is to eaiTy words before ng 6°* *«° nine onS^l'^^ne and. nest sec- ! ful of the Si st °/ ,V i; VaS, m°rerare- corpore vili h e „J'f, c, s Perin'entum in Hsiiitiiili i feetly sid, IKUhU ■**■» t() kel per 11811P§I Bill ask, d her if she would like to let them stand over till the morrow but this although she felt faint with the pain she declined to do. She Was marked no v marked with the ineffaceable mark of Bill, so she might as well be marked to some purpose. If she put off the signing of the document till the morrow it might be too late. Mr. Meeson might bo deml Johnnie might have changed his mind' 1 or a hundred other things. So she told i them to go on and finish it ;., quickly as possible, for there was only about two hours more daylight. Fortunately" Mr. Meeson was more or less acquainted with the formalities that are necessary in the execution of a will namely, that the testator and the two witnesses should all sign...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 March 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION- TEAK......... „,„, BIX MONTHS ONLY.' ' \\\\\ V.'.V.'.V ' l!o< ADVERTISING RATES **> liberal, and ma de known on application ii person or by mail. Legal Notice Vat the legs: »*•«. Give us a trial. Itoured at U.e Post Office for Transmission ii the Mails at Second-Class Rates. County division schemes all met I natural death at the hands of |the legis lature which adjourned last Saturday. They will, doubtless, come to life again at the next session. Judge Sachs was not removed from hi official position. The charge that he was a gambler was pretty thoroughly proven, but a vote of the senate to re move him resulted in a tie. The most honorable thing now left for Sachs to do. providing he wishes to do anything honorable, is to resign; but men of his stamp are not the class who resign. One of our editorial brothers pub lished the following announcement in his paper a short time ago: "We will hereafter run a store...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 21. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Poll- Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered oat Union Pacific Railway', i from Pullman, daily: No. 16, Exprem, leaves at 5:00 pm N<>. H, Mixed, leaves at 10:00 a m w*.?>x-bou>d: Ho. 15, •-.-,].■ lives at 11 a m Ino. 91, Mixed, leaves at G:SO p m 51am Line, Nob. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er, > carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Ueepers, Free Chair Care and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. . Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mi«n Lin.-, Nos. 8 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," curry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. OOIKO nobth: Passenger 6.40 a tn Freight and Accommodation 10.05 a m GOING south: Passenger ... C.45 p m Freight and Accommodation 3.35 p m • I.KWISTON BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 am Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. B. LOUD, Agent. SATURDAY MARCH 21...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1891

Herald. ■~JD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher. •^TBEMS OF StfJSt'UIPTION: epTHa only. .;;;;;';;;;;."*;.tJ3q ADVERTISING RATES ■rid. im.l made known on application in IP or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal ■ Give US a trial. . 3 at the I'oßt Office for Transmission in lUm Mails at Second-Class Kates. LOUSE VALLEY. ■ENINOS IN OTHER TOWNS. 1 ■ ■ •.IWTI.VJ ITEMS CULLED FKOII PA 'locse country new«papbks. GAJSFIELD. btMprUa, 18th iu-i. a building of a line brick structure to corner of Third and California tfl i.s now an assure! fact. F. \V. Star will commence work at once, and ■to have muohjof the lumber on the ad before the snow «;oes off. revival meotinghnsboen in progress .c Baptist church at this place since lay, Maroh 1, conducted by Evan -11 i. B. Gratis. Twice a day M*. Crans preached to crowded houses. They ■ i-on.(' from far and near to hear him the result has been the greatest relig awakening Gtarfield has seen for :v a day. OAKESDALE. :i Boa, Kith inst. hero wore two run a ways ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1891

Mr. Una's Will. • By h. P-IDE2JUGGABD. chapter Xiv. ; At HANOVER SQUARE how^En^ir **•, '<« ways a treacherous thing todealtitt" iiiiiii ■Hi rfri,, m f^' 0 his "»ms fa, •■-"•■ i r SU< gOt P^session of t!—"« rr ii a'lcd out **lking. For wrifc ,?• - 10Urs did that yoSg man tehlnf^ W°*' U° doubt ' thing ■ n 1 ? n°UCVOr £°ls enoW» exJ tta. J, ndO:V aM at a»«rfof that En* i and back, he found himself gravity , tics toward Hanover square. On?e there he Lad little difficulty in finding the nu m ! ber. There was a light in the drawing room floor, and. the night being warm one of the windows was open, bo that the Lamp light shone softly through the lace curtains Eustace crossed over to the other do of the street, and, leaning against tho Iron railings of tho square looked up. Ho was rewarded for his pains, for through the filmy curtain he could make out tho forms of two ladies seated Bide by side upon an ottoman with their faces toward the window, and in one of these he had no difficult...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 21 March 1891

n\he Herald. hIFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publish^ TKHiIS OF BUBSCIUPTION: J«k yeah;.. -......;.. MM liX MONTHS ONLY , ..'..; . ATiVL.iiTISIN, IUTES |»c liberal, aii.l made known on application in a pprnon or by mjiil. Lpgal Notices at tho Wai |j mtfle. Oivo ns a trial. .iik-rod at Hi.' Post o!H<so for Trausmiesion in the V: Lil. at Secoml-Clasa Kates. | CiiYMFLi dispatches, of the 1-lth ins!.. ptate that thtv governor has appointed a commission, consisting of ex-Governor plack. of Fairhaven; John ! .cKeavey, of idnion City, and a Taeoma man, to locate >he agricultural college and school of gcience. The telegram also stated that the college would probably be located in Whitman county. State Sews. Van Harris, a fruit raiser near Lime kiln, has set out a large quantity of fruit trees, including peaches, quinces, nml prunes, and expects hall 'a dozen orange trees, with which hi ex pects to experiment His peach trees have grown all winter, putting out new Jfaven. His strawberries have...

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