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

The I [erald, WILFORD ALLEN, Eonoß aho PueuSMi) ruMinhed . <,-r\ Kri.lny <-icnin(!, »1 Poll ■nun, Whitman connty. Wasliimrton. All nilieillsiiiinmii till lx> coutinnitl »nd clmrffwl for until onleml not. II I.MS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ORB YKAH 512.00 SIX MONTHS ONI V 1.00 Bbtatob Squiri bad tlip imonnl for clerk litre in tho WwhiDgton surreyor general's office increasod from 17600 :" lOfiOO, iii.tl Seoator Dnbois secured » tSOOO ioereaee for Idaho. Farmers who liavo fat stock for sale now realize the advantage of "diversi- Bed farming." The stock is bringing good prices and finds ready sale, while when', ik a«,,v down in price, and the profit on it is small. Raise more stock. The report of the college iuTestigaU ing committee, which was handed in to tbe legislature yesterday, is doubtless the death knell, officially, of the regents ami of a goodly portion of the pre i i I faculty. Tbe report was, in n Rense, n white-wssh, but it will, doubtless, serve it* purpose, and put the ins...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 March 1893

'Plie Herald,! WILFORD ALLEN. Editor and Publisher] Published pvory Fridny evening, tit Pall okiii, Whitman county, Wuhin^toa, All Ailvertisemouts will be routiuuel and chftrgt^l for until ordered out. TEKSBi OF SUBSCRIPTION! ONI STKAT! $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY i.no The Match is Made. New York, Feb. 25.—The World this Tiling print* what id claimed as prac tically a copy of Hi ■ ngrc iment entered into between Mitchell and Corbett. It reads .-i- follows: '•Tbi and entered into by William A. Brady, representing James 3. (lorbett, of S;ii, Fi < party of ibo liret part, and < 1 ol Loi doD, England, party <>r "ml parl. liii mutually ondi r betwi 'ii tbe abovi contracting p that they will engag* in a boi in : contest t" a bnish for the champion ship or the world and v stake of 810,000 n side whioh is deposit d by both men uundi cif I 'avid II Blanchard, of I; iton, Macs. We will acoepl tbe larg esl parse offered bj the Cone; [aland Athletic olub, Creaoent Athletic flub, of New Or...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 March 1893

' A B!F!D IN THE HAND. !jnnk HI lliis hull of Inlrai-mhv fluff. Panting anil *!Mrinu willl I'iuimseyeal What a ivlklll.mi 'I hMrll !l:il » rulf Tickle* my tmrol «.- H»- miv-i-i thrush trie*. JV<-ktnK my mm... I with d-i iwai ml bill. How to earitp* I 1""' I IOVI* lief, 111* MKn'tll Bark where Ihe .-hi.-l. Hi n»lt> »n Uw hill I'llmh t" l!i,» blue with llit-it imuiii-Ih^ aihl mflel' Stay, polished tM'ali, yon Hit- |n-. kint: .-' (nrmil Bird of ilit* uramUnil. yitu liUh-<1 hi lh» »> iht Ht*r wllh ma. \o<m In caiitivlty mend I Wrong thai was «-r»ui!hi by the bo) anil litu ■line. Oh. for a |>rie«l of IB» I'inla to »rl«>. Wonderful wonl» on hla \H" that |».|Mi:i'io Ktyis*>nint: crpaliinw 10 U'ave I" I !u- skies S«iii^ at lti« I'lin'sl a-thntt) in ilh* glftdttl itam, «nt«llanil lii«rt. in Hie yoke for awliilo! Soon uliall tin- lyrkd of wind In !.»■ ir.. - Stir yoa m pipe In \br gnen forr»t al»ln. Hod nrml m>- I here with lbi> Kra.»s 1" mr j kmaa B«e, I am xiro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 March 1893

Why he Shot >!.k!,ii.>. SAStaFaAKCisco, IVii. 27.'—Tb« sm-; (T,-iin " '>' »lt«i dan on iiiiilitnair«] HicknT say* !«• is Betl'f? "|li: v nil rlcht. BippcTi lhc<ld mnn vrho ehot I him. is Biokicg fepjUlj nnd thesurg«>tii hive no hop-' of bis r«-coverr. la an Interview to dm Rippey f.i'l that to w.lB ;,!■■■ that be hud Dot mnde a li>'i ter job of toe ebootin^. Ha added: •)' an, ii-i old man,' 73 years of agf, and I knew perfectly well what [ was -about when 1 flred that. •-!'"'■ ■'■■' one tin 1 1,:,.! over 8200,000, but a combination of Fair* Flood and Mackay caused me to loin it "*'•" ii «aa invested in Btocka. I That loss changed my whole life. In stead of the hopeful, energetic man I once was, i became a misanthrope, avoided tb« society of my fellow-men and became a stranded Ii ;.; in pauper alley. I tunj be wrong, but I think all rich mini lilfo Mookay should be put out of the way. I would do the same thin over again, hut next time with better success I hope." A ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 March 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. Matob—Tho«. Ni'ill Oovaotum i 11. i»-it>Tiiu.ii. J. A. Wil kinson, T. 1. Monroe, Wm. V«UI»r. W. L.Tay let. O«BI-t'. M. Bt«rn«. Mi*»tUl. 1 Aniline. Pouri .H-8Tli«- 11. K. Morriman. City Attoiinkt—V. K. Bull. .11-ii. op TH« fuci-11. E. M.rrinmn, li. 11. Hiinna. CHURCBKS.\ CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH—Comer Parn diw> linil High •tm>tx. Werviceoat 11. a. m. ■nil 7.30 p. m.; Sunday Mhool at 10 a. m. 1,. (1. H.vied, Pastor. METHODIST CHURCH Sunnynide hill. tiniom at 11 a. m. and 7.80 p. ra.; Sunday School at 10 a. m. H. M. Mihtin. Paitor. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—SantoM wch alter nate Sabbath at tho Epl»oop»l (hnrch on ftmml itnet, nt 7.80 p. m. J. N. T. QoSB, Rector. BAPTIST CHCRril—Torn»r Spring »nd Mr- KeDEipS"tr(»pt«. BftrrtoM pvory Hnudaj '•' 11 a. m. «Ld 7:80 p. m.; Bunitny school nt 10 a. ni Weekly prayer meeting Thursday „>.-niMB at 7 o'clock. L. W. Gowßt, Pastor. ST. KATHEIUNE'B KPISOOPAL CHURCH Honing l'rayor bi 11 a. m. Krory Sunday morning. CHRISTIA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 March 1893

Ipj£ ftalliiiw fiefalii vol. ;>. no. 20. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. An Appeal to the Farmers--Another New Railroad Route. —No regents appointed yet. _|180,000 for agricultural college. —l>r. White was in Colfftx tail Mon- day. —Vollmer t^till has about three feet of ■now. Hon. 1.. M.Ringerwas inColfax last Friday. l\ s. Mix was over from Moscow last Sunday. —.1. E. Nt'SHey was in the city from Colfax Tuesday. j, a. Four is painting and hanging paper in Moscow. Bayard Byrnei, of Oolfax, was in Pullman Tuesday. —T. MrWlmrter, of Spokane, was in Pullman yesterday. —w. L. LaFolleti has returned from the Sound country. —T. .!. Hunt expects to go to the Slo can mining district. _J. T. Hamilton, of Spokane, has been here this week. —It's ex-Regent Bellinger now. ll.m dies thai go, Fatty? —The Oakesdale Unit lias gone tin way of all things earthly. „ — <i<M. \V. Morrison, the I.cwiston rustler, was here Monday. —The Haynea Palace Studio is havi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 March 1893

The Herald, WILFORD ALLEN, Ediwh AMD PuBLiSHlf) l'whli»h«l *y»n Friday STOning, »' ''"" aihii. Whitman connty, Weshinejtao* All Advertisement* will be continued md churpxl for until ardend out. TKRMS OK BOBSCBIPXIONi OKI TEAR $2.00 su uoyrusoNLV . 1.00 STAY in 'iin: PALOrsE. Tl;e Colfax Cunin-.ener says: "J. E. Nessly received a letter yesterday from his brother, who is in Edmonton, Al berta, northwest territory, tie •'prom toad land," where quite a numb*i of Whitman conaly people went last sum mer. Mr. Neaily states that he has got enough of that country to last him a life time, and will return to Whitman county in April. lie says the snow in from three to ten f«>»t deep, and the ; thermometer has registered 68 'egrres below aero. Stock have Buffered He yerely, and thousands of cattle and horses died. Henry Bradner, formerly living sear Rosalia, bo w«ut to Ed monton at the sama time, taking with him a large number of hor-en. baa lost over $3,000 worth of horses during the winter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 March 1893

HIS GARMENT'S HEM. The morning comes across the hills— Tbfl BTBOn nd Bolden hills of June— An»l •tir» the '■''' v'llij Wmful ihrilla Anil WIlkM Ilif landKHp* Into tune. Tin' lily «wlng» her rrngnuti bells, ThebinU make vocal all the tree* JitiA on the beach long tidal uwells Brt'Hk Into "music of the m fu " The breexM itng their wandering t-on^, Anil every insect* burnished throat Gives forth Its chirp of rapture t-i rong; Anil every wring itHßtriilcnt note. • ...... 1 Beeui to touch thy garment^b hem In all these wondrous works of thine, _nil straightway frum thy heart, through them. Flows healing virtue Into mine. -w. M. L. Jay. j LUCKY PHOTOGRAPH. In a dißCtuwiou between several learned gentlomen concerning modern mvi ntions ami the niarvelonß appliances of science, Janus Beaufranc, ii great, brown, boy ish fellow with a merrier countenance than is generally considered to t coming to a professor of mathematics was Baked to tell in his turn what lie thought was the most useful dis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 March 1893

The Herald, WILFORD ALLEN. Eonoß AMD PvSLiSHin NbUtked svef| rMd»y mnta>a*i •' •'"" nan. Whitman owuity, WaahinKtun. All a4*arltasMßts »ill be continue! and eaesied for until ordprwl out. TERMS OF si use uii'iuiN OXKYKAK $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY I <'<> Contest for n Cannon. Sat.km. Or., March I. Democrats of Salem met the 12 pound slate cannon to dnv and it was theirs. News of (ioy. l'ennover'n order reptraining the tri omphant democrats from using the old bronze cannon of the Oregon National Guard was in every one's month early this morning, and long before noon a large crowd of Moiled democrats of tl c Cleyeb'iid faith surged and jostled each other in front of the old frame armory, ID which three men of the militia had the big gun dismounted and under gnnnl. Last night Captain Sherman, of B company carried out I lie orders of the governor, transmitted through Col one] Loveli, by taking possession of the gun, which the democrats bad appro priateil aud were repairing ready ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 March 1893

MOUNTAIN MISSIONS. ! * THE TRUTH ABOUT THE "POOR i WHITES" OF THE HILL COUNTRY, i A Sontliorn Clergyman Befntei the Chargfl j Thtit Ignonwice ftnil Squalor Are I'revu- * i lent to Any Keiimrkublo Ducreo l:i the I ! Mountain DUtrlcU. Sectionaiists who desire to create for j . themselves a field of operations and an ' { Income in a charming and healthful j , southern climate not infrequently write 1 . very touching articles for the northern ] ', press on the deplorable condition of tho ! . "mountain whites" of the south and tho i ' nee d of "mission work" among them. I j Such persons, in descriptions of life \ , among the mountains of western North j , Carolina and east Tennessee, "pile on , theagony" In a marvelous manner. Some times they do it with an utter disregard for the truth. They represent the excep tion to be the rule, and picture scenes j and conditions common enough in parts ; , of the north and west perhaps, large cities as well as country places, but very rare among the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 March 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. M»YoB— Thn«. Noitl. (VirNCiI.MRS— K. 11. I ■■. gu, J. A. Wil kinwm, T. I. lloniw, Win. \.»1,1.i. \V. 1,. Taj l.r. ill v —('. M. StWims. UMI \i H. tanning. I\n i. JrsriOB — 11. I'- Hi ■:■■■ Ctn ArronMV —V. B. Hull. Jvtrmm of th« m™ 11. E. Morriimic, K. 11. Baud*. cnuncitEs.\ tX)NOKEGATIONAIi i in Hill Corin>r Fan i]'^.' &sd High Btneti BerrioMßl 11. R. m. Mad 7.80 |>. in . Snndnj nhool «' 10 8. in. L, O. H.llHli, l'nslor. JICTHODIsr CHDRCH-i-On Banny«lii« hIU. genisM Ht 11 a. m. an.l T.BO p. in.. Snndiiy Scliikil at 10 a. in. I! M- M ii.i is. I'u.l.ir El'lSi ul'M. CHI'KCII— H.Ttioif moh liter rnt<> 8»l/l»ith hi th<> Episcopal Cborol mi (Jrancl ttfwt, at ;.:m p. m. .1. N. T. <io»s, IWtor. BAPTIST CHTJnCH— Cornw Spring ami Me K.':ivt ■-■;'..- Bervioai BTery Sundaj at II a, m. and 7:80 p. m.| Bnntlaj Hhool hi Id ft, hi Weekly prtiyi'r meeting Thnr«day ■Tusixtg at 7 o'clock. 1., W. iMi»n. 1., tor. ST. KATHKUISirs I OPAL ( Him II Mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 March 1893

pie littilwa.ii lUfalfc VOL. 5 NO. 21. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Convsntions and Meetings of Various Societies. Blackmail's. — Sum Ellis is here from Moscow. Go to Blacknian's for shoes. W. F. Hull was in Col fax Monday. Go to Blackman's for hats. Renwick W. Taylor, of Johnson, was here yesterday. lio tci Blackman'a for furnishing(i Is. —K. K. llanna, of Colfax, w:is 1m tc Wednesday. Blackman's for quality and low pries*. —Alba Heywood will be a great treat for Pullman. One price for all and that the lowest ;it Blackman's. —A. 0. McDonald was over from Col fax yesterday. —Win. Buckley was in Colfax on courl business Wednesday. —Thos. Neill made a business trip to Colfax Wednesday. It' yon want Blioes don't fail to see Blackman's. — 11. M. Brainard, of t In- John son News was in town Tuesday. — Mrs. I. McGregor is visiting rel atives at I'ampa, this county. Blackman's goods are right and Black man's prices are right. —S. (i. Kitchen is now employed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 March 1893

The Herald, WILFORD AUCN. EpiTOf 4»0 PuBLISHIK mnn, AVhitninn coimtv. U ii>]iitik:loii. All AdvertitMnent* will bi> rontinnrd and ohargml for onlil onli 1 out. nun OF BUBBCKIPTIONI OKI VIAIi *2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY. •■»» Thk winter term ot the Agricultural college will cod Mkroh 88. Kirn. estate bnaiiess will soon open op i* good shsp« in Pullman. Things promts* to be rather lively in every line of bnsiDesß in a few day* now. The World's Fair will soon be in full blast, and Chicago will hare its hands full in taking care of its visitors. But if * Chioagoan's hands are built on the sumo plan as »re his feet, they will bo able to accommodate all who apply. The bank of which John J. Tngalle, of Kansas, is president, htis (ailed for 1800,000. Ingalls hail better try and work his way back into the United State! senate. He was no failure there. —Tribune. I'm Military College should be in built at once. The school haa built up a reputation throagbout the Hiiiin us an unexcollei.l wluca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 March 1893

KIT CARSON IN ITS PRIME. It ll**' 1 ' Seven Thmuaad llu»tltn£ Cltlrrns Where Now but a Hululrn*] itfr.i.on. "In 1310 yon might have traveled 1.000 milos nul not have found as lively a town is Kit Carson, Colo.," said Station Agent Billy Dun '*'• '"■>' ''"' other day as the Kan gas Pacific train lingered before the sta tion house at the now quiet little town on Big Sandy creek in eastern Colorado. "This was then tho terminus of the Den ver line of tho Union Pacific, and you tan just bet the camp was a hummer. There were over 7,000 people here, and a gayer crowd you never saw. The popu lation was made up of railroad men, cowboys, mule skinners, gamblers and a preacher. "The latter was sometimes lonely, but the 1,999 other people in camp were fair ly sociable and managed to have a mod erately good time, and everything ran wide open, and in the palmiest days of the camp there were 47 saloons, 7 dance halls, 3 theaters and all tho other things necessary to the lubrication of existence...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 March 1893

The Plcrald, WILFORD ALLEN. EDIIOK AHD PuBIISHM PnhlMied every Fri.lnv evening, "' Poll mi.ii, Whitiran connty, We«htn«taa. All Advertisements «ill V'" couliniienl *nd ch»re«l for nntil onlotwi out. noun OF sowcßtPTioHi omi nut $a.oo SIX MONTHS ONLY I "l> tireat Hiricle l.'a.inc. Chicago, March 12.— H. E. llaymond, Brooklyn, chairman of the international racing board of the League of American Wheelmen, will visit the South Side ball grounds to-morrow morning to deter mine the size and composition of the track for the world*! fair races. Tomor row ni.cht a mealing of the racing board will be lid '. when committees and sub ■otnmiUaea will lie appointed and active work begun for the international ■■■•■et, which is » fixture for August 5 to 12. Chairman Karmond tnk*» an enthusi astic view of the meet. ''It will be," he said, "the greatest meeting ever held in the history of the sport, and 1 doubt if the world will ever again M ill eijuul. The crack amateurs will come here from all qu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 March 1893

A PRISON AND PALACE. '~ Dehold the ' ''1 and Lunbent Mr* Irradiate >'•« •'■''• ; itro. Thosewindow* smli «iili twilight bnanw, With eveulnif's Irldtawenf elonius; Ban they reflect iho early i.i;;lit, Its mingling gold and iMUlito, And how 1030 13.11 trantftgured towers Bloom 'gainst the ni^Ut !:ke granite Dowers; How grandly lifts yon burnished dome A skyey shape of fire and fonm! "What are tno buildings, friend ' hunt I, "That loom ataiust the eastern sky, Ami dashed with many a sunset gleam Look tOw the palace of a dream?" "Them buildings, boss," the man replied — A sly eniile In lil« features lmle "You ':'■■-'■ lookout you keep ouUldoi Them buildings is the county Jail." Pained at this ending of my dream. This anticlimax to my theme, 1 found a poultice for my pain In this wise moralising strain: We all live In a county Jail Whose towering walls we cannot hcale. Though (Irmly, all In vain, we press Against its granite stubbornness. Dull, cold at fate, Its walla arise. And shut ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 17 March 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. M«..n Th<w. Noill. I'oCNiII.MKS—K. ill lirth-rninn, J. A. Wil kinson, T. li. Monroe, Win. V*dd*r, W. L.lay ).r OI.KBK— C. M. St«nrnis. Marshal— t». l-timinc- Police Justice—H. K. Merriman. Cm Attorney— v. K. Hull. Jrsnrrs op TIIK Pi ACT — 11. K. M..rriimin, I!. 11. ItHl'hll. i m i;i nes,\ CONGBEfIATIONAti CHURCH—Corner Para dise and High fctrivt*. Berrisesal 11. ». m. and 7XO p. in. I Sunday cohool at lUb. hi. U O. liulin, Pastor. METHODIST CHTJBCH—On fcunnynid.. l.ill. tarrtea »i 11 a.m. and 7.80 p. m.|Bund»j School »l 10 11. in. I! M Mums, lWor. EPIBCOPAL I'HL'Hl'il—Sorvimn rach alter nate Sabbath Ht tin* BplftOOpfi] ( hurch on limnil n'rix-t, at 7.81) p. in. .1. N. T. Uoss, liivtor. BAPTIB CHORCH—ToniM Spring i.n.l Me- Kt'nzu 1 sinl,'!*. StTvit'i*l" pvnry Sunday lit I i ; »,* a. and 7:30 p. m.| Sunday school »t II) ■. m. Weekly jmiyiT meeting Thnrnday evening at 7 •'dock. L. W, Oowm, Pimtor, BT. KATHKKINI '8 I I' 1-1 OI'AI, CHURCH— Mi.rnina Prayo...

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

$*)£ flullmati ig\£t VOL. 5. NO. 22. SEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Ed. Hill, the Garfield Murderer, Again Captured. _i; ; iinii..\v flashes. _</, 0. Morrell in reported seriously ' I_J. V. O'dell was in Oolfax Wednes day. _"Xe\v Edgewood Folks" Saturday night. —Judge Hanna is in the city from ■ 0,1 fax. gee Biaekman's $I.2shat; worth $2.00 anywhere. —0. M. Steams was in Colfax last Wednesday. _The liill sides are again covered with buttercups. —D, C. Monroe is in Kendrick on a business trip. -Rainbow Bashes, March 31, at the Baptist church. Blsckmans' are selling shoes. (Quality »nd prices does it. ■ —Judge Inuiun, ofColfax, was in Pull man l"st Monday. -r- J.Thompson, of Oolton, was in Pullman Thursday. —Alba Heywood nt Reaney's hall to morrow, Saturday night. —The Pullman Bottling Works is mak ing preparations for a big run this sum mer. Blackmuns' arc drawing customers every day. Extra quality and low prices does it. —Dr. Sample,of Moscow, occup...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 March 1893

The I [eretld, WILfOIW ALLEN. fniWR /<*P PuMiSHll) rutilkhnl <-v.r> KricUy »*»nin», »t Pull m:m, Whitmmi coonty, Wiu.liin«ton. All Adrirtiwmrats will be roulininnl and chaty**! for until onlenx! out. nr.Ms Of si Bsri:irnov ONXTKAH $8.00 Sl\ Mi'M IIS n\l.\ 1.00 The highest priced town on the line of ii railroad in North America is said to be Calgary, the center of 'he Alberta ranching country. Beer is sold there at 25 cents a glass. lYi. l.Man is to have an opera house second to none on the coast after the Spokane auditorium. Wo admin the enterprise of a community who will erect such a people gatherer in their midst, lor ii proves they intend to rel enough around tin m to till it. — Walla Walla ■man. i ki of the- statutes passed by tin re cent legislature provides thai no deed, mortgage or other instrument affecting real property or tiny plat thereof, shall be accepted for record by nnv county auditor unless it I:..- been indorsed on a certificate from tin- county treasurer ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 March 1893

HIPMAN'B TALE. Listen, uiy masters. I speak naUßht but truth. 1V,,1,1 dawn to dawn they drifted on and on, Not knowing whither or in what dark en 1. Now the north froze iin mi. now the hot south scorched. called to God and found Kraut comfort 50; bonie gnashed their teeth With curses, and some laughed An empty laughter seeing that they lived, 60 sweet was breath between tin foolish lips. Pay after day the same relentless sun; Night after night the eatna unpitying stars. At intervals fierce lightnings tore the clouds. Showing vast, hollow spaces, and the sleet Hissed, and the torrents of the sky were loosed. From time to time a hand relaxed its grip, And some pale wretch slid down into the dark With stitied moan, and transient horror seized The rest who waited, knowing what must be. At every turn strange Bhapes reached up and clutched The whirling wreck, held on awhile, and then Slipt back again into that blackness whence they came. Ah. hapless folk, to be so tost and mm, go racked b...

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