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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 September 1891

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY Rock Spring Coal n-TTTEJ[i& K E FOUR a/fR LOADS NOW ON TRACK AND P 1$' Lt£ EMY EB TT OFF trf rJ7? JT MM PER TON. i'r^MJ^S S TOCK BEFORE THE COLD WEATHER COM MENCES ANT) PRICES RISE. % \ Meuonnell, Chambers Sd Co., * PI 1 1 • J fYI o "f^i 11/ c^ Oi l^i 11^ <t^t" i^ v4.xXXJLJ.v4iXx 9 VV wiulllllg uUH» Tli c I=l r i cl. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher \ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ! ONE YEAR $2.00 ■IX MONTH? ONLY 1 .Of) I ADVERTISING HATES Are liberal, and made known on application in ; person or by mail. Ix>gnl Notices at the legs] j rates. Give as a trial. „ j Kntarotl at the Post Office for Transmission *lii I the Mails at Second-Clara Rates. ; . I Washington City News. Special Correspondence to Herald. Washington, D. C, Aug. 28, 1891.— ! If the president returns to Washington j within the next three weeks, as he is ex- j pected to do, he will find the White j House scarcely habitable as it is not ex- ! pected that the workmen can possibly finish the ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 September 1891

State Sens in Brief. co^:rorßarenumeroußiathesk^»ve r country. hka«" *•» in F"n,,,i r ,,., lroin ,, kin?tlu;itmo resmoky fa thevieißityorCeatraiia. • Two porpoises were recent!* ■»») • 1q - harbor. One of them weighs 200 pound, " Two young se r,l s were captured in Chnck-innt bay lit «*, b« wereafterwa*l S8 et X^ Rears aro iP'twg p l eatlful in the K,,< lt ., a i coun,^ Several „i lTe teen Been rece | The KitU.a. artesian well is down COO feet and rt.U no md.cations Of wa(er . The boring is 21 •peck, of ay that i s v, ry tough and sticky." though thednll was prov ion H, y( , riTon thro ne h 2UO feet of Randstone. Considerable excitement has be« created at M«. Vorno n by the circulation of the report that Coun,V Clerk Moody wa3 short in his C^ with the county. E.G. Million, city attorney of Slt.\ernon,ha ß brought the charge before the board of county commissioners, who will investigate the matter. Joseph B. Cotton, . Tacoma butcher's era ployp. haa broaghl suit against George Sto...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 September 1891

: H fi B ! m ana 8.K3 JawM^ JHffiiJHfc ■iiP^PJ JjSikaL l?^^- jfCTI -JtjmSL JttOp JSfi^ ■b?c9 Jlsgg^_ BiJ J^S^ J»3^fl H£^B£ml ffßa B£*Sf kQikA Mtgjß B^Sl |Bwi fe^i jjai lEdEv^^Sp^l Bi^sl f£«S4 B*^M l^r^g jt*■■■'*"* fit.; -4 JoCsJL EjRM COMPANY Respectfully beg to inform the public that in order to make room for our Gigantic stock of Fall Goods we have inaugerated our FIRST ANNULCLE ARNCESALE Alllllirn AAARA B 11 J 1 1 all L IJ 1 oUsYlmLit bUUUo 111 all ÜBpdllllißlilo Will (Joduludl mbSg h9CdmDsid^Hß^339l^^^SPv?^3i J^^^s^sßsl^^B^^^^^^Bßb^B^^^^^^^^ JB^^^3wpr^gSfl^p^Bh|HjpsHMßpw^^B|B|^a ' B^^jE^S^KHi^B9^BjEjß^B^KßCnl^s3^g^^^Mp^^^^M^^^^Bßli Blh^bvSbEl^^^B^^^SS^d^^^^^l^^hß^^^^^l^^^^^^^^ iH^Hßß^pcStjj!^fcirur?^Bß^ffß s ~ «'~A^* r ~ 'r ~ * ~« 9 _ TtTi sBRj bkhh^bh w^BI^BSS '^^n^Bß^^a mtaBKKISSa ■Sbb&Sß ■^b^mßßßew ■H^^^HS^rß |rtr^«ji^£jnvM BssssflS^CTJ^i tt^UKSBSS&BsB B&ShSBE^b ' ytSSSBm wJ&iBsSS&Sa v^^^hßES # k/~. ?. * ,* <m J^BBBflaßßHla[~s H^^^hß^^b^l SSfiaSs^Bl ' w...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 September 1891

JUT-* ART NOT NEAR. rmmm-~ And a-s thou S pcake«t, 1 for^t mW«£! And a U the darkness of the lonely j Vars . 0 love, my love, wliateer my fate may be CU»e to thy sjde , or nevermore with thee, Absent or present. M, or far apart Thou hast , love and fillest thou my heart. —*. *„ eatherly in Cassell'a Magazine. ' MY SICILIAN FRIEND. I have not seen my old Italian friend for a very long time. I made his acquaint ance more than twenty years ago in a town some 200 miles from here. He had charge of the grounds of a school in which 1 was a teacher. lie was always up with the lark, and like the bird whose vice is early rising, was singing. among the flowers If lam condemned to be aroused ' from slumber at break of day during the ! summer I prefer to have the operation ' performed by a meadow lark or a songster ' imported from the south of Italy. There ' is, in truth, something very charming about being awakened by soft, sweet music. I listened to his and found that it was not produced by an...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 September 1891

Tlie Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher ';. > TKKMB OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE YEAH :'z. " co oo •IX MONTHS ONLY . '..'. [ \ '.'.^"V.V.. T'.OO ADVERTISING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rate*. Give us a trial. Bntorod at the Post Office for Transmission in <■ . the Mails at Second-Class liutea. SThe Raising: of Wheat. The state board of trade has issued another valuable bulletin which takes up the subject of wheat raising in Wash ington. The article is written by co high an authority as Dr. N. G. Blalock, of Walla Walla, president and executive soramiesioner of the Washington World's fair commission. Dr. Blalock gives some of the results of his years of suc cess in wheat growing. This year's crop he estimates at from 13,000,000 to 15,000,000 bushels. The average yield per acre for 1890 he puts at 23.5 bushels, though yields of from forty to sixty bushels are common. In closing he touches on the other grain c...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 September 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 4H. The Herald. Published every Friday evening, at Pull man, Whitman county, Washington. All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. § Union Pacific Hallway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: N».14 , Express, leaves at 4:05 p m N». 48, Mixed, leave* at 8:00 a m WEST-BOUND: No. 13. Express, leaves at 10:00 a in No. 49, Mixed, leaves at 5:52 p m Main Line, Nos. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Freo Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, Bt. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nob. 8 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 OOINO SOUTH: Passenger 6.45 p m Freight and Accommodation 3.35 p m LEWIBTON BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 am . ccommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. 8. KEENEY, Agent. OFFICIAL. DIRECTORY! CH...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 September 1891

PULLMAN HERALD. WILFORD ALLSN, Publlaher. PULLMAN WASH PACIFIC COAST. Nevada is to Have a Gold Boom. DROUGHT IN NEW MEXICO. San Clemente Island Reported to Be the Scene of a Land-Claim Excitement. Sand for making glass has l>een found near Spokane. Vancouver, B. C, has a population of 13,085, and Victoria, B. C, 10,949. The drought in the southern portion of New Mexico is causing loss to stock The biggest run of salmon known fo years has appeared in the Skagit river. The mackerel along the southern coast of California are said to be fat, plentiful and biting freely. Many witnesses in the Davis will con test at Butte, Mont., are now testifying to the genuineness of the document' Nevada is to be Iwomed with gold taken from the Zirn mine at Pine Nut. Marvelous stories are told of the rich ness of the quartz in that camp. The glut of potatoes in Southern Cali fornia continues. In one section they are l>eing offered at 5 cents a sack in the ground, the buyer to dig them. The schoon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 September 1891

COAL CO At K^^t^^jEtS^KsMßM j - W I^^Viv not h>n he ■ I^l I NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY | I jus- p ! elp I 111(1 I I " [ Rock Spring Coal. r ■ *■- '.-- ■ "- — I, , iii t- "^"^"^^r -*^*^' %-^»* JI ■ou WE HAVE FOUR CAR LOADS NOW OX TRACK AXD . , WILL DELIVER IT OFF THE CAR, AT $11,50 PER TON. " ?gS LAY IX YOUR STOCK BEFORE THE COLD WEATHER COM MENCES AX I) PRICES RISE. , x ■ i ■ ye in a tit, and for at ■*■ 9 • ft 9 -^ rs: ed '11 ___ ' _ Jr tlllllluJl* W clDillllciLU 7 C_3 XhLeJHcreilcL.;, WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher \ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: BIX MONTHS ONLYf~~"77— *J oo ' ADVERTISING HATES j Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail, Legal Notices at the legal i rates, Give us a trial. Entered nt the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Hates. The Interstate Commerce Commission Case. Below we give the brief of the testi- j mony presented in the case before the | Interstate Commerce Commission, C. O. I Morrell, of Pullman, complainant, vs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 September 1891

Palonse Country News. Little Leon Savage, whose parents, well-known in Colfax, now reside in Col ville, seems very unfortunate. Only a little #hile ago an injury to the little boTMihile visiting in Colfax, by which \ he yearly lost a foot, was recorded in coluins Now word comes that £ flVFriday last at Colville, while at play Ji6 was hit with a stone from the sling |«hot of a play mate. The stone broke Ht glasses and the pieces of glass pene trated ohe eye. The little fellow was taken to Spokane for treatment, but the eye, it is reported, was destroyed. The little follow is only eight or nine years old and seems to suffer many misfor tunes. This last is a severe blow to child mod jv.ionu. ""Aiart&si- report of Uje accident says that the sight was "seemingly uninjured. It is hoped the latter is true.—Commoner. The rebult of Tuesday's election was a surprise to some who supposed that there would be considerable opposition to the bonds, and indeed there was a doubt in th" minds of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 September 1891

THE BRIGHT SIDE. O.'.r ,-ift! .ire more thau „ And He mil send His blessings down Some veiled, but all will hldea crTn. If we could know the meaning Rrand In tears that come by God's command InTnT 6?* Bh? UW We take "'c cE£ And co U!lt as pah wh at seems a loss~ Only let us v.ait and pray V\ hen out of night will come the day And pearls long hid from human sight M .11 crown our brows with holy liht —Rev. C. D. Bradlee. A NIGHTS LODGINGS. She seemed to have lost her identity. She could not have told how she came in that sinuous, serpent line, creeping through the driving storm to a reptile's sheltering stone hen she started she didn't know sh! would fall in a company like this No matter. Who was she, anyway? Only a moving vertebra in the disorderly column dragging its wretched length to Oak street station house. An ,i v beldame nudged her, with a leering glance DeWame "What you goin' this way for veeoose* Better lodgin's for a face like your^girT^ 1 She shrank a little, drawing her h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 September 1891

. . I^ Wtßhln*ton UtrNews. Special Correspondence of Hmuij> Washington, D. C, % Sept. 8. -The president keeps in .oustant touch with the business of all branches of the Gov ernment by having the members of tbe cabinet take turns in visiting him at Cape May Point, Secretary Rusk spent several days with him this week and as soon as he returned to Washington Sec retary Tracy paid him a visit. Mr. Wanannker, who is now at his desk, spont the greater part of hit vacation as a neighbor of the president, as he is the owner of a cottage at Cape May Point. Secretary Foster left to-day for New York, whence he proposes taking a short B*a voyage upon a friend's steam yacht It has been said, but not by him, that he would probably make it convenient to call upon Secretary Blame, at Bar Har bor, before returning, and that he was the bearer of a confidential message from the president to Mr. Blame, but this last is probably nothing more than gos sip, as the understanding between the president an...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 October 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 49. The Herald. Published every Friday evening, at Pull man, Whitman county, Washington. All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. OFFICIAL! DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, cor. Paradise and High streets. Services on each Sunday, as follows: Sunday School at 10 am; morn ing service lit 11 a m; prayer meeting, 7 p m; evening service at o p m. Bible study on Wednesday at 7 pm; and on Thursday the Ladies' Society of the Golden Rule meets at 2:3opm. All meeting are held in the church, and the bell is rang thihty minutes before each meeting and struck five minutes before begin ning. L. O. Uaird, Pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES. I. O. G. T., Lodge No. 59, meete in I. 0. O. F. hall every Tuesday evening. I. E. LOBACOg, ('. T.; Nettie Lobauoh. secretary. " 'So?' KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, Pullman divis. oniform rank. Regular drill son Sunday oi each week under instruction of Sergt. Evans. Meets every Monday night. J. C. Fabb, Re corder; J. Si. Hill. (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 October 1891

JUMAN HERALD. WILFORD ALLIN, Publisher. LLMAN WASH. PACIFIC COAST. I uge Cave Discovered Near Shasta. f IS LINED WITH RICH ORE. suthern California Citrus Exhibit Will be Continued at Chicago Until the Fair. Spokane is to have a medical college. The raisin crop of California will be he finest ever produced. The verdict on the railroad accident, a which Mail Agent Qaimby was killed, ras that the road was not to blame. The atense heat had spread the rails. At a citizens' meeting at Needles it ?as decided to prohibit the erection ami uture maintenance in the town limits >f Chinese laundries and opium joints. The Oregon and Washington Railway Company failed to file a statement at salein as required by law, and the Gov ernor hag been asked to have the law inforeed. It is reported at Shasta that in run ling a tunnel at Iron Mountain a niain noth cave was discovered in the bowels )f the earth, lined with an exceedingly •ich body of ore. A special committee for the purpose )f drafting an ...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 October 1891

Irrigation and its Results It is evident fro* the attention which has followed Professor Dyrenfurth'6 at . tempt,, at rain precipitation in Texas that there i 8 . widespread and general interest in the reclamation of arid and ■in the West, says the West Coast Trade How the end is to be accomplished is as jet undetermined. Th observations™- Bulling from the formation of the inland lake, .eat Salton Arizona, in the Soutb we»t, would seem to offer another rerne dv. The most reliable now known and practiced is, however, that of irrigation «■ availability and wisdom has already been proved by the experience of thous ands of years and its practice in this country has already been extensive enough to warrant the examination of that industry by the census bureau. The latest bulletin on that subject issued by General Porter deals with the matter of irrigation in the state of Wyoming. In that state during the census year ending June 30, 1890, crops were raised by irrigation on 229,676 acres o...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 October 1891

The Herald. WILFORD I ALLEN, Editor amd Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OWE YEAR....'...'.. S«*OO «x MONTHS ONLY.-. "' ■ -.;! 7.7.7.7.7.! i.oo ADVERTISING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application in . person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates. Give us a trial. EnUred at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-* Rates. State lews In Brier. An election will occur in Eileasburgh on October 20th to vote on the propo sition to issue $26,000 bonds for fund ing the city's indebtedness. A practical man in Seattle is consid ering the advisability of establishing sampling works here, and will look the field over soon.—Ellensburgh Capital. The state land commission yesterday completed the purchase of Mason county bonds for the investment of common school funds to the amount of $18,000. The report comes that the best iron properties yet discovered in the Skagit valley, have just been uncovered at the baee of the Cascades below the Boston galena mines.—Sedro Pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 October 1891

ENVY OF GRIEF, frame d bowetl h« slender Slit - The fi re th«rS w ht*hT' Ul TnOt Ulne Aud watched hel \'Tt ' ' 'illK sore sat. '"' "****», where she THE CAPTAIN'S CHARGE. Extract from Dranucr Orders PIETERMARITZBI-K,;. Muv l" [ Manley chief paymaster, in order to rece^ Xt rU O ffic Oe nr> thatWm * ""WSSTS In obedience to the foregoing, I presented myself at the head office of the^army *£ partment and requested to be shown to Mat Mauleys room. aJ "Good morning, sir," I said, on being ad nutted. "I am directed to report myllft •'Yes E' tt," answered the ever cheery chief, who dad always kindly words of ad vice and encouragement to offer those who served under his orders. "I am about to de^ tail you for a difficult and somewhat danger ous duty. Money must be conveyed to New castle for the payment of supplies, as the Boers refuse to receive our paper; and even if the drafts were accepted there is not suffi cient specie in the small up country banks to meet all the demands that would ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 October 1891

CLOAKS! McCONNELL, CHAMBERS & COMPANY ■ ■ ■ have a large stock of STOVES for Coal or Wood, or BOTH Fall Sty 1 1891 Round, square, large, small, high, low, long and short! And Cheap! Ladies are respectfully invi ted to inspect our im mense stock. STOVES STOVES TtlLO I I d'clld. wasfatally in Jure(l - He remained con-1 caught fire and his side and back were C. M. STEAENS, NOTICE FOIi PUBLICATION. PULLIVfAN MERCANTILE COMPANY * Bcioue and did not seem to suffer much j badly burned. He was hurriedly driven j ... p ~ , , , [First Insertion Sept 11] ■===============- " 111 ■ • p alnllßO PfttlTltrir w until the next morning, when he went to*? Kendriok where the wound was AUOrDey & tOUDSeiOr 3,1 LaW. Land Office at Walla Walla, Wash, " ===== PalOUSe Country NeWB. , and j dressed, and he was brought to this city < Sept. 2, 1891. Notice is hereby given that the T on. • j ■ 11 'on the passenger Wednesday morning. Practices in all I ourU. following named settler has filed notice of h...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 October 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 50. Tin* Herald. PublUbed every Friday evening, at Pull man. Whitman county, Washington. All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. OFFICIAL imtECTOKY. CHURCHES. CONQREQ \TIONAL CHURCH, cor. Paradise and High streets. Berrices on each Sunday, aw follows: Sunday School at 10 am; mom ine service at II ■ m; prayer meeting, 7 pm; evening service ut 8 p m. Bible study on Wednesday at T |> m; and on Thursday the Ladies' Society of the Golden Rule me*'!- at 2:30 pm. All meetings are held in the church, and the bill in runs thihty minutes before each meeting and struck live minutes before begin ning. L. O. li.uuD, Pastor. HECitlir SOCIETIES. I. O. <.. I .. Ludf • No. 59, meets in I. 3. O. F. null every Tuesday evening. I. E. Lobacgh, < IN.,' i.i M:\roii. secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, Puilman division, uniform rank, ilegular drill on Sunday of each week under instruction of Sergt. Evans. Meets every Monday night. J. C Fake, Re corder; J. jl....

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 October 1891

PULLMAN HERALD. WILFORD ALtIN, Publisher. PULLMAN WASH . STATE NEWS. Spokane Forbids Games of Hazard. WATER WORKS AT COLFAX. A Swede is Arrested at Anacortes for Counterfeiting Swedish Bank Notes. Mayor Frothingham of Spokane has issued an order to the Chief of Police to suppress all games of craps and hazard. About 100 ladies of Taconia have or ganized a "rainy-day club," and will wear short dresses when the streets are muddy. A petition is being circulated at Seat tle and Tacoma to obtain tli* resignation of Adjutant-General O'Brien of the State militia. The Columbia River Methodist Con ference at Spokane resolved to vote only for those who unequivocally declare for absolute prohibition of the liquor traffic. The election atColfax to bond the city for $50,000 to put in water works was carried. Col fax will have a water system which will give a force of about fifty ' pounds to the square inch on the mains in the city. The land recently purchased by the government at Port Orchard fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 October 1891

Stoves Stove" \ McCONNELL, CHAMBERS & COMPANY i have a large stock of STOVES fc oal or Wood, or BOTH Round, squ are, 3, small, high, low, long and short! Lucl Cheap! stop stoves The Indians. Washington, Oct. 5. -The commis sioner of Indian affairs, in his annual report, Buys ho thinks great, forces are now at work. Land in severally, with its accompanying dissolution of tribal relations and the breaking up of reserva tions, destruction ■■!' the agency system, citizenship and ;!1 that belongs there to, education. Which seeks to bring the, rising generation of Indians into right relationship with the government under which the) live nd put into their hands tools by which they may gain for them selves food lied clothing and build for themselves houses, will, if allowed to continue undisturbed a reasonable length of dine; accomplish their benefi cent ends. The report discussed at length this political status of the In dians, tracing rb< evolution of the pres ent policy of dealing...

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