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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 January 1893

The Herald, WILFORD ■ ALLEN. tDITOD ANO Publisher Published every Friday evening, at Poll Ban, Whitman county. WwhiotttoD. All AdTMtlnemento will b« contlnnisl and charged for until ordorod out. TERMS OF SDBBCHUTION: ONI TEAR $2.00 ■IX MONTHS ONLY « <»» NORTHWEST >"K>»S. fhe Daily Spectator, of Walla Walla. it do more. A bear weighing 71 pounds wns , killed near Hood's canal last week. The earcasi was cold in the Seattle markets. The New Year"* edition of the Evorett Time* was printed OB paper inm:e in Everet', from timber cut from the Ev erett townsite. County Commissioner 0. K. Simpson, of Slovens county, wa« stricken with pa ralysis of the face last Wednesday and has lost his speech. The Yakima Hop Company, capital stock $10,000, has filed its articles, tile inoorporators being Georg* Donald, O. A. Fechter, H. J.Kenchler, L. E. Sperry and John Keod. A white wolf weighing perhaps 150 pounds, walked deliberately the full length of the main strtet in l'laza, a new town n«ar...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 January 1893

Huxley Tribute to Trnnjioa. Bring me m T dead! To me that have grown, Stone laid upon stone. As the stormy brood „ -.. , Of English blood Has waxed and spread ; ; ',; „ And filled the world. With sails uufurleil; With men that may not lie; With thoughts that cannot dl» __' Bring me my dead! Into the storied ball! Where I have garnered all My harvest without weed. Sly choaen fruits of goodly seed, And lay him gently down among The men of state, the men of song; The men hut would not suffer wrong; The thought worn chieftain of the mind; Bead servants of the humankind. Bring me my dead! The autumn sun shall shed Its beams athwart the bier's Heaped blooms; a many tears Shall flow; his words, in cadence, sweet and strong. Shall voice the full hearts of the silent throng. Bring me my dead! And ohl ■>»;! wedded mourner, seeking still Fur vanished hand clasp, drinking In thy till Of holy BriL'f' forgive that pious theft Roba thee of all, save memories left: Hot thine to kneel beside the ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 January 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. CITT oFticrßS M»to»-\V. V. Windo.. 3 (VtNCII.MKN — V.. H. I>cttorir»*n, J. A. Wil kinson, A. A. Miller, H. Wlliiamaon, M. Z«oder. CUM—Tho*. Vill. MI«aHU. -John Squirm. roucjc JrsTK'K H. E. Merriaan. CrTT ATTORKIT—O. M. Slum*. Justices or tii« l'<«-«—H. K. tlerrlman, K. H. Hanna. churches. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH— Para dine and High street*. Ner\icr*at 11. a. m. and 7. .10 p. in. ; Sunday school at 10 a. in. L. O. Baird, IVIor, METHODIST CHURCH Snnnysido hill. Service* at 11 a. m. and 7.80 p. m.; Sunday School at 10 a. m. H. M Mauti.i, I'astor. EPISCOPAL OHURCn—SerrioM won n'ter nitte Sabbath at the ICpifcopal Church on Grand street, at 7.80 p. in. J. N. T. Qoaa, Rector. BAPTIST CHURCH— Conn Bprlsi nn.l Mo. Kencicstrmti. Bnnricea rvc-ry Sunday at 11 I a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Sunday school at 10 a. m. W*M»klT pntyer meeting Thnrsilb^ ov.'ning at 7 •'dock. L. W. (tOWKX, Pastor. ST. KATHERINE-S KPISOOPAX ( IHlirii Morning I'rnyor at 11 a. m. ever/ Sunday morning. CHRIS...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 January 1893

She 19mlliiiaii liefalJl VOL. :>. NO. 13. THE LOCAL FIELD. The Week's Doings of Pullman People Paragraphed. Little Items Concerning the Movement of Your Friends. / _ 1 bow is a dead lock in the lcgisla tnre in the ekotion of a U. 8, senator Allei' has 01 votes, with 57 nesessary to; a oboioi ; but ballot after ballot ii being taken without un election. Turner, ol Spokane, has 26 voUe, and Giigga, dem ocrat, 27, while tho populists stand by tieir man, Teats, with their nine votes Eugene Wilson, of Ellensbnrg, baa re ceived one vote."j^Allen ..ill n id six ""more votes to be elected, and his cup porters are confluent that he will get them before many more ballots are taken. Turner men are likewise certain he can't got them, an I that there will be a gen eral stamieJo for the Spokane statesman. /_Tue democrats believe thai it is . foregone conclusion that Grover will i "turn the rascals out,," and m ny ol them are looking with longing eyes toward an appointment an postmaster. Gao. W...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 January 1893

The Heretld, WILfORD ALLEN, £Diwrt AKD PuBUSHCH rnlilii>ri-><i every Friday evening, at Tall nan. Whitman county, Washington. All Advertisement* will Ik- coutinned ' and charged (or until ordered out, noun OF 8UB3CK11T1ON: ONE TEAK •■- "" BIX MONTHS ONLY. >•*>« ELECTION FOR SKSATOR. The great evil «f electing a V. S. Sen ator in the state legislature is ni W being shown. The senator should bo electee) by a direct vole of the people, and thus do away with the repetition of the farce oomedy now in progress. Time is being taken up with the political wrangle that should be given to state interests. While it is our of Hi.- state's interests to ■M good senator elected, Btill the in terest of the people would be met to ■ greater degree if the election was placed directly in their owu hands. Our legis lators are under an enormous expense during all the time that this fight is in progress, and the session of the legislature is extended just that period, Put the election in tho...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 January 1893

f - r ".ui"*" ■:,■ "»l<l» Dlnapiiolulcd. I rT-4 !»!'■' v party of yormg la<lios were ! v,. r tiit» ,i iv at Flmu island on the U the beacb. w.-uc'niig the rippling Uitei-3 uently kis-s tho pebbly shore, In fi ticcl by the surroundings, the con «wsati<m assumed a romantic turn. It -MDroposed to write a loiter, inclose it £" botUe and cast it to tb« waves. -here after^many days it might again "^ForW" afterward the young maidens Indulged tnenwelvw in the fancy that r,,\lni> Boms «uni«J. with eyes that Liacked of sunny Spain, would find their Hllet and return an appropriate answer. Th,. days, however, quickly flew, and rt-'ll no tidings, until one day tho wel come double knock of the postman was heard at the door of one of the citfiicrs of the letter, and the letter so eagerly looked for came. The glad intelligence was nnickly conveyed to the other faiPiuaid en ami a cluster of heads was eagerly heu't over the missive. I Such formalities ■as "Savannah, Oa., „ m IS, 18B8,V we...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 January 1893

TheT. Heretic!, WILFORD ALUM, taito* aid PutuSHlK Publiahed etory Friday ■ ermine, at Pull awn, Whitman connt?. WwhlniiUra. . Ail AdmttiMOMnt* will be eonttoiMd and charged tor until ordered out. TEKMB OF 8PB8CBirT10N! ONE TEAR....1.....". $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY ».OO " < NORTHWEST SKnS. IDAHO A new ißiluitry has opened up -in southern Idaho, namely, the "hipping of •Ik to the eastern state*. A carload .of these animal* were sent from Idaho Falls recently, which will act their lucky captor about 8250 a pair. The convict* in the Idaho state j pen itentiary are at last to be given employ ment. They will at ones be put at work in the stone quarries and. will. get- out the stone neocessary for the construct ion of the high wall with which it is proposed to - inclose the penitentiary. The Shirty boys have sold a half ,i« terest in their opal mine on Snake river to H. 0. Anchor and a gentleman from DeLamer for 81500. The company have fitted up to systenatically mine " for these beautiful...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 January 1893

r m"tln(t • President. Representative Springer characterizes the present electoral college system ;.s "a piiserable. fraud." He advocates its abo lition and recommends a change in the law by which the president and vice president shall hereafter be elected by popular vote. A system which gives all the electoral vote of the grsat state of New York to one party by ICQ to 800 votes, he says, is a great fraud on the electors of the country. He says that the proposition ho submitted on this sub ject has been misapprehended. "My proposition,"ho added, "is that the popular vote contemplated be confined to each state. The Btates will have the lame number of electoral votes that they now have in the election of president and vice president. There will be no persons running as candidates for electors, but the electoral vote of each state will be apportioned among the several candi dates according to the number of popular vote's each receives in that state, the odd votes going to the candidate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 January 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. Matob—W. V. Windu*. CiHNi'l l mi\ —K. H. lyflliTmnn. .1. A. WU kin«nn, A. A. Miller, H. WillUmeon, U. Zomlor. Clkki—Tlios. N. ill. Marsh it—John BfttinSi l\.i : JcsTlv^R—H. I- Q n ATTiinxsr—C. M, StwrnH. Jcstii-wi 01 Till I'kuci— H. K. Mrrrinmn, K. H. tlnnnii. < ■•■in -i CONQREOATIONAL CHURCH— Coma Psi* Jiso v ! lliijli utr.H't-. Si'ivin>« lit 11. a. in. and SO p. in. : Siuulay school At 10 a. in. L O. Haiku, Putor. BBTHODIBT CHOUCII—On RannjslJe hill. S'TTi.r- nt 11 H. m. Mid 7.H0 p. to,: Sunday School hi 10 ». m. H. M. Martin, I'n«tor. EPISCOPAL rlll'ltCH—Hcrvicm meh nit't nat* Shl.ih.ili it tin' EplMOpnl Church on Oratjd e!wl, nt .80 p. m. .1. VT, (iosb, I:, iii.i. BAPTIST 111 : (ll—Contrr MprinK nil Mr. Konzitl «tre*'ts, SiTvitvt* ovpry Sunday tit II r. m. and 730 p. m.| ISunilnV ichoai nt HI a- in- Ww-kly prayef roeottng Thomiaj erentsfat 7«*olock. L. W. (lowkn, l'iistor. BT. KATHERINI KPIBCOPAI CHORCH— Homing Prayer m 11 a. m ever? Snuduv m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 February 1893

Sfye ftallw&tr fUfatfc VOL. *). NO. 15. ABOUT THE CITY. Gladys Miller, the Stolen Child, not yet Recovered. Little Items Concerning the Movements of Your Friends. '■ . Scarlet fever is reported in Col fax. llarrv Chevalier is in Mosi ow Ibis week. . W. A. White was over from Colfax JJonday, A Nelson was in Palouee City last Tuesday. . f _A bar has been added to th« Arte- U»n hotel. Judge E. K. Hanna is in the city /from Colfsx. — Bayard T. Hyrnß, of Colfax, was in town Tueßi'ay. Dr. Ault, of Colfax, was in town last Wednesday. W. S. Burnett was over from Col tun last Saturday. _ Hem J. M. Hill was in Colfax on ' business this week. Mr, and Mrs. Oeo. Joyce, of Colton, ■wwe in Pullman last Saturday. —Mayor Neill was in Colfax on court /business a portion of the week. The Artesian hotel is now under (be management of Carpenter & Car penter. —F. Moßeynoldl and Rube Hull are in Moscow taking in the teacher's ex amination. Pres and Mrs. Heston, of the agri '/cultural college, arri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 February 1893

The Herald, WILFORO ALLEN. Editor and Publish™ rabliahod every Friday evening, lit Pull man, Whitman county. Washington. All AdT*rtii*menta will be oontinned and charged for nnlit ordered out. TERMS OF SUBHCIUITION: ONI IKAK 52.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY t .OO BfiLDiso premises to start in well with spring. Among the first will be the city hall and auditorium, and a large number of fine residence* are in project. Thk large irrigation ditch to be con structe<i in Owvhee county will be 160 miles long and will irrigate 350,000 acre* of desert land*. Water will b« taken from the Snake. Tuk deadlock in the state legislature ■till hold", and we are no nearer elect ing aU.S. si nator than before. There i is some talk of a dark horse, but the Allen and Turner u.t'D continue to hold on. ItKi'BFJKNTATiVE Lbtterman is mak ing good use of himself at Olvmpia, and /introduces his share of good bills. His latest is to provide for the punishment of bank officials who receive deposits, knowing their inst...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 February 1893

. AX^iiACi: is sweet. EXPRESSION BY THE TONGUE IS ' NECESSARY TO HAPPINESS. 1 kite Would !'■<■ Mighty l>.-..1.i1. Without Sweet Word» — Mush More lleautiriil Could W» Make Tills Bxlntrnpe If We rook Morn I'aliiK In Talking. How would yon enjoy life with sweet Words left mti My littlest one runs to Jiie and with both arms about my neck hulls me down to kiss me, and whispers (3 if it were a new secret: "Papa, I love vi.v. Oil. how 1 just do lo- love you!" What ii P'-'-st it is to be pnl . about so when one la busy! How it dislocates one ' collar and one's thoughts! Bat what would you take for such prattle? How would you like it checked, and in stead of such spontaneity be compelled to imagine you are loved? Dear me, old man, but ''.v " fussy? Do you not know yon aro loved"; Do not actions speak louder than words? Does not your wife cook your meals, and does not your girl put your room in order? Must you a ]so be. mussed over and gabbled to in order to bo satisfied? Then comes my...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 February 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor Hue. HsBL Communal Jt H. Ijetterman, J. A. Wil kinson, T. L. Monroe, Vim. Tedder, W. L.Tar tar. Cluhk—<\ H. Bl«rni>. M»k*ku —It. ljinniug. POUCI Jrsilcr- -11. F- Meriiniao. Cm VrToHNn V.K. Hull. jCTTlcra OK the P«ac'«—H. K. Morrimiui, B. H. Hanna.' CHCRCItES.\ CONGREGATIONAL i iinini romerPan disc and High streets. iervieeeal 11. a. m. ■ml 7.80 p. m. : Sunday school at 10 a. in. 1.. O. Haiku, Tutor. METHODIST CHURCH— Sunnyaide hill. Services el 11 a. m. and 7. 50 p. ro.: Sunday School nt 10 a. in. 11 M. tUSTta, Pastor. BPIBCOPAiMUI Bsrviesi each alter nate Shlil.kili 'at (he Episcopal (hnreh on (fraud street, at 7.30 p. m. J. N. T. (i.v,<. Hector. BAPTIST CHURCH—Corner Spring and He Kenzie streets. Services every Sunday at Hi a. m. and 7:30 p. m ; Sunday school at 10 ■ ■ re. Weekly prayer meeting Thursday ermine at 7 o'clock." L. W. GowlH, Pa»tor. ST. KATHF.KINE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH— Morning Prayer at 11 a. in. every Sunday morning. CHRIST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 February 1893

fP]£ flttlliiMti UIM& • VOL. 5. tfo. 18. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. \ The Public School Exhibit for the Giea Fair a Good One. _J. M. Hill is in Coif ax. Qeo, Ford was in Palcuse Tlnui day. _J. O. Foor has returned from Walla Walla. / Prof. Lilley has returned from * Olympiß. —H. J. Wilccx was in town from Col ton Tuesday. —Frank Astor, the Palonseite, was here over Sund..y. Deputy Sheriff J. K. Eaoho, of Col fax, was here Thursday. —A. M. and S. G. Mecklem, of Col fax, were in town Saturday. -W. S. Keider has been appointed b constable for Pullman precincts. —Gto. Henwood, of Pblpiisp, was reg istered ft the Palace Saturday. Jiiss Leatua Mutlock libs returmd to her home at Heppner, Oregon. _-\V. 1). Long and Alex D. Burdetto aae over over from Spokane to-day. —P. S. Hill, of Athena, Oregon, wen looking over Pullman matter* last Mon day. —The snow ie slowly melting ard the moisture is all being absorbed by the earth. M. \V. Downie, representing ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 February 1893

The Mereilct, WILFORO ALLEN. EDITOR AND Publisher Pnblinheil every Flidaj evening, «1 Pall ai;m. Whitman county, Washington. Ail Advertisement* «ill hs continoed and charged for until ordered out. TERMS OK SI I:I1MION: oki YEAR $3.00 81X MONTHS ONLY. 1.00 North Dakota has elected a demo cratic senator. Washington legislature is still lighting. Whin at the world's fair, don't fail t-.i look for the Pullman public school exhibit and the 101 bushels of Pullman wheat. Ami (till the senatorial dead-lock is ,»"* on . Why not elect someone and let him be looking after our interests in Wash ington City? Eytn a democrat would be better than no senator. /■ Active preparations are now being carried on towaid building the Pullman opera boose, aud in the near future the ?! city will have a play house equal to any H in eastern Washington, outside of Bpo *> kano. I city will have a ploy house equal to am in eastern Washington, outside of Spo kane. The people of the Btnle are now patiently await...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 February 1893

4_ ■■! ij ——■——« the Herald, WILFORD ALLEN. Editor and Publisher Published every Friday evening, at Pull man, Whitnlan county, Washington. All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. TERMS OF BCB3CIUPTION: ONE YEAH $2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 A Precedent Established. Washington, Feb. —The legisla ture ot Wyoming having adjourned without electing a senator, that state will hare but one senator after the 4th of March. The governor has no power to appoint. This will be the case with the states of North Dakota, Montana and Washington if the legislature fails to elect. There are several preaedents that bear indirectly on this point which have arisen in the United States senate, and all incline to that view, but there is one which bears directly, and settled the matter beyond all question. The fol lowing ib the syllabus of the official de claration of the senate on that point: George Bead, a senator from Dela ware, resigned his seat in December, 1793, during the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 February 1893

FLOWERS AND LOVE. HUGE SUMS ARE OFTEN SPENT BY SENTIMENTAL FELLOWS. ii.i-k, i. of Bar* in. .....in. TIlHt COit tile Anlrnl Vonlli Hundred! ..f Dollars. FlorUU In New York City ■><• » I Inn- ing Riuln«M in All I«MM ••I wait to be hong up." When a dap pet young "blood" or an old Gotham dandy comes into a BoraJ establUhmcnt in Fifth avenue some bright fall after noon ami uses the above expression, at the twine time winking the other eye, the tradesman knows that the customer ie in love, and that this Is perhaps the beginning of ■ long campaign In which the principal scene is to be Cupid dally ing amid the flowers. Maybe -in- an actress. In that case there will be no limit to the hanging np matter. Every swell Gotham i' rist knows that his customers seldom pay cash for the floral dec ration to their love affairs. There is plenty of risk in the business, but the profits are ■o large that the tradesmen take the risky. . would be surprised at the number of men in bw( 11 circles who p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 February 1893

lit ins of Interest. A woolen factory «i.« e»tablihheii bj monks in Florence, A. D 1214. AMm »li factory st iU-a Hi ii it put up (000,000 I'ans of com List Benson. (Unuino volcano doit has been found in Kansas and the Indian territory. There ire only about thirty i.i'miiliits left of tho once mighty tribe of tv otawi ni>ar New Orleans. The Becrtt •-f petrifying human flesh w; is discovered by a Milan student in 1859 but he wna drowned a few years la'er and the Beoret perished with him Fully 100 tons of Canadian poultry were landed in Liverpool during the lust week of December. It arrived in splendid condition and sold at about 11 cents a pound. The largest Bleep ranch iv the woiid is in tl'o Cfinntiei of Demmet and Webb, Texas. It contrtins upwards ( f 400,000 scree, and yearly pastures from 1,000, --000 to 1,600,000 shuep. A groat Dumber of carpet tacks, sev. erttl lii's of iron and a nail are reported to hfvo been found in the stomach of a Kaluruezoo, Mich., boy, who lately die...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 February 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. Ml OFPIVKRS. Mayor—Tlios. ■ lU. rorsnt.MKN-K. ill ttartnmn, ,T. A. Wil kinson, T. L. Mine... Hi,,. \,,M,.r. W. L.TSJ- I*r. Cmcuk—C. m. Stp.irnn. MUafIHAI -8. l*miinc. PoUd JnsTtCI —H. }« M**rriman. Cm ArrouxKT —V. E. Hull. Jrsncits of Till Pin i K. 1". Mrrrlman. li. 11. M , mi. cnii;rm:s.\ CONGIIEGATIONAL CHURCH—Corner ''"™ tlisi 1 and High ntnvt*. Servtoeaal 11. " m. sml 7.Hit !>■ ni. ; Sunday Khool «I 10 a. in. L. i i. llvihii. Paator. MITIUHUsr CHURCH—On Rnnnytida hill. Scrvii-os nt 11 a. m. nn.l 7.50 p. m.s Sunday School at lflrt. in. 11. M. Maiivix. Pastel EPISCOPAL CHt'liCll-STvici"' moh alter nuti' BabbaU) At the EpUoopa] fharch "ii (irtind utiw-t, ill 7.80 p. m. .1. N. T. fIoSS, Itector. BAPTIST CHCKCH-^Cornw Spring nnd Me- Kensie street*. Services every Sunday nt 11 a. m. and ?:-M p. m.: Sunilny school nt 10 r. Hi- Weekly prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock, i*. \\. Ooweh, Pastor. m X inn:r,iM.'S I OPAL CHURCH— Morning Fniyi-r nt 11 a. m. every S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 March 1893

Hljje ftalliimn fiefalfc VOL. 6. NO. 19. HEWS OF THE CITY. Hsppening* in Pullman During the Past Week. An Interesting Budget of News fron the Town of Guy. --Landlord Duff was over from Colton Tuesday. _G. K. Miller was here from Seattle Thursday. —Geo. Anderson, of Rosalia, was in town Tuesday. _\V. It. Norway was here from Walla Walla Tuesday. —Judge Hanna wa» over from Col (ax l ll( .t Wednesday. —N. B. Stone ws» over from Moscow the first uf the week. _j, s. Clark in now sole proprietor of ''the Star livery stable. ji; HH LjUie Moody visited friends in tiiiM'iiy over Sunday. —Audrey Kavlor will attend the Cath. olic school at Uniontown, _«;eo. Haasard was looking after his dieep (black) in Pullman this week. —Sam Ellis, of Moscow, was down toping track of Pullman's growth yes terday. —K. H. McMillan, contractor and builder, teteof San Francisco, has located inPallman, —S. 8. Busiell, of the Pomeroy nur series, is in the <#y. His ads. in tin Hkkalu explain bis business. —GoUßCi...

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