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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 September 1893

lv the Superior (em I. Stale vs. KllxTt I>. urilnff, oomtnitted to n'fonn school. Wintuiil MuitL-ui-'c .V Tnist 00., \". Qeorge A. Humphreyi el al order of illimietal lilisi. John Drew vs. Prank L. Daly—most o( restitution o< real estate ordered is sued. Vmiiams, Mom 4 ( o, n, U P. Yimny —permiasion granted to 0. 0, Watkim to file complaint in Intervention. u»'oi>ri Klavano \s. John W. M hou— motion to annul restraining order over- D. I. rhompson vs. J. L. A.damaeta] ■—judgment. BUU) \>. Jane 1 edbetter —trial net iur Friday, Sept. 1">. John I'ivw it al vs. Frank L. Daleyet al—bond of defendant iix.-.l ; a $3600. [n re application of JoSi Bland, for a count; road —report of viewers set for Saturday, Sept. 30, at 10 a. m. PBOB I I 1 DEI'AHTMKNT. In re estate of Samuel M. Titus—hear ing of final account set for Oct. 10, at 1! I. in. in re matter of guardainship of Pearl and Preston Breeding, minors —order to pa] funds Delongingto estate, NEW ISIITS. A. 11.I 1. Hataling ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 September 1893

THE PULLMAN HERALD VOL. 5. NO. 47. IWS OF THE CITY. Happening, in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. At the state convention of the W. 0. 1t which was.held in Oftkewlale Bep l^ber sth and 6th, Mrs. E. N. Beach blouse City, was elected delegate Bt I ,»p to the national convention to mccl • Chicago October 16tl.and 17th. There 1 ' ft gO U medal contest the last even- Lof the convention, and a little Oakes ll Bir l,LucyHocobone, was awarded medal. Miss Katie Moys, the Pull man conteetant. ranked second. _j F Cameron departed Wednesday morning for Chicago, where he will vie« the elephant for several weeks. He will return to Pullman as «oon as there Is work enough to go around. Jack has tender feelings toward Pnllman-or at leant toward some of its inhabitants. —The fall term at the agricultural college opened Wednesday morning, with thirty-three students. New pupils have been coming in each day since, and the authorities are confident that b...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 September 1893

Flic 1 [cretld, ViILFOUD ALLEN, Editor tND Pi PoblUhed ererj Fri.l«Y •nntng, >.i I'ull lAati. Whitnißii coauty, WMBhini;tuu. i.tf A.!»i>rti««'\iH'nl.- will |M con'inneil anil rhurijt'.i for nntil onlomti ont. IHIMS Ot SUBW RIPTIONi (INK VKMt $2.00 i l\ MONTHBONLY. «•<>« Litti i- liuth now lias a nipti'i, QfO ncr is inourning baoanae it waan't a boy. Thk I'iiloubo oonntrt i>- juet now nioet ilt<eplv intareated in solving the problem of increasing tlu> ratio of wheat to gold. The baeia inaiated upon in to make eight poaoda of the former eqnaj one dollar of the latter. Here 1! for 11 Wheat and gold standard. Thk North Dakota agrioultnral col lage stains to be making aboul aa mnofa trouble hb liub tbi> Waahington R| tnral oollege. In the former oase the olil board of rugents refOMB to Ih> OOated Bit hough the governor has appointed a u(>w board, "Allt> Samee" Norwegian Smith. That was a nice little oompliment paid thp »tate the other day When the minatur...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 September 1893

jiORTHWKST^NEnS. WASHINUTON. rloll i, promised a ronchino diop foundry this fall, Thirty tbo...»nJ apple tre,H huvebeen tou t this year 01. Orcas island. 11. First Baptist church of Rfinkio, county, was dedicated lilßt Bnn" dll'bn P Qreen's 84000 oombined hnr' boned near Sedalia during the oon boor. Tbe tb.rmometer stood at 94 deg. at o ]jn.pi» rbursdav-the highest po.nl raic'bed in 17 arß -i<ter spending SSOO on its arteiian ■1 Pnraeroy has decided to discontinue Rework. It whs sunk 250 feet. i r aid on the Chinese gardens below fiolfai was repelled by the celestials, w boßbot at their uninvited visitors. Tbo Tacoma chamber ot commerce .iUnot «end a delegate to the Pan- American bimetallic conference at Den rer. One thousand boxes of plums were ld from two acres of ground on the goott ranob, in Cowlitz county, this sea ion. The product of the Tbcomb Smelting i KeflninK Company for August aggre gated 823,825 in gold, 820,121 in silver ,nd 810,819 in lead. Eddie Jameson, the Evere...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 September 1893

"■"* THE LOVE CHASE. Though oft I pans hi r on the street. I soldom tpMIl to catch her ey« She rarely let* our gUncw meet. AltliouuhM". knows I'm p«»»lng by. But thoagll to me she '''"" not speak. Nor |tr« ■ look my heart to cheer. The furtive blush upon her cheek Tell- mo she knows that 1 am near. Ti» true bli.''« full of Ktrllsb art, A trait that's common to her sex. But she is no coquette lit heart. Though oft her tricks my mind perplex. I know she's partial to the ro.«c— I've sent hir some, both rod and yellow— Y.-t out ui>on the street she goes With violets from some olhei fellow. Ami still this love ohatl 1 pursue, 'Tnlxt hnpo and foar continue wooing. Olio ilay o'erjoyed, the next bo blue 1 scarcely know what I Hill doing. But one thought I take comfort in. And gloomy doubt gives place to rapture— Tli'" harder t*ho may be to win Tho doarer yet "111 be the capture. -K. C. Walcot in Soundings. The llrarrii* In Oi« North. From the last days of May to the end of July In the no...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 September 1893

Ipje fttilhtmti fUtftlii v — ~J 111 ' »v_. VOL. 5, NO. 48. SEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. Uulick, the sixteen year old hoy lni was so seriously injured by kllj'ne off a horse week ago last Sun hv is slowly improving. The injury ovo r the left eye caused paralysis of the left gide, and the boy has been In a most orecarioui condition. He is now only with difficulty aroused from the state ol Kmi-unconacioußnesß In which he has been since the injury. He is bu<ng at tended by Dr. Powell. —On account of the rain, only a small audience gathered to listen to the argu ments for the temperance cause by S. 11. Davis last Wednesday evening. The gentleman is a most pleasing and forcible talker, nnd all present were amply re paid for having braved the elements to listen to him. _We unintentionally omitted to men tion in lust week's issue, in speaking ol tbeitateW'O. T. 0. convention that Mrs E. 11. Letteraan wan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 September 1893

The I [erald, V.UFOID ALLIN. EDITOR AM) ruSLisntß l'oblinhed ovory Fri.liiy BTNlIng, 'it Pull i/i«n, WhiUnnn countr, \V»xliiTi«ton. All A>lv.Tti-.M wilt in- iiuii-l »n<l chßiV't for t'lnil ordered out. TERMS of SUBSCRIPTION i US E yi;ah $2.00 '■IX MONTHS I 00 Thk Columbia river cot.ferenco of the- Methodist Epiooopal charob, iaoluding in its territory tbestati of \Vasbiagtoo ii-t of tho Oaaoade menntaina, the pan handle of Idaho and a part of eastern Or»gon, has been in session iv Moscow tl»' past week andadjoorned Wednesday afternoon al 5 o'olook. iniong lh« ap pointmnnU to pastorial work whip: Spokane dUtrict —W. W. Van Duson, presiding elder; Coital, William J'.uster; Oolton, J. C. Kirkman; FairUeld, E. A. Thomas; Oartield, Edward McKvers; Orungeville, F. L. linzzell; Gny, I. B. Utter; Latab, — De Weessj ristun, 11. Brown; Moscow, John Wren; Oakes dale, E, A. Todd l'alouse City, J, 0. Warren; Pullman, M.H. Marvin; .Spo kane, First church, 11. Rasmus; .Teller sou street, F. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 September 1893

f ■^BTIIWEST NEWS. WA9BINTOOJJ. NeW Wbatoom ha. 842 children in school* A ew courthouse at Mount Vernon , lllb .enclo.eHh,sweok. Aberdeen's council refused to discon ,*" be c it T electric light system. "T-pievin snit ttt r>«yt<) D 0V" " hor!ie u11*» "PP 68'60 t0 th 6 SnPTiOr COUrt" battle fishermen have organ izod and J aDd 7 cents a piece for silver salmon, Sookaue's bicycle totirnamont is to be he|J Friday »>hl Saturday of the thi. 'week. •. Walla Walln.s city marshal, Uobinsou bT name, bas held the position for 11 years. - Nicholas Biplinger was unanimously cbMen mayor ol La Conner, Skagit county "Shorty" Martin, implicated in tbe receDt Fairbaven burglaries, has b»en ,rre«ted at Everett. They have just killed, lit Suak City, a siifoot cougar that has beeu killing considerable stock. Colonel M. E. Billings, of Kalama, has been bound over to the superior court on a charge of embezzlement. A yonng woman at Woolley is now ) ,nd has been since February, quite ill from the e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 September 1893

** M.i. lleailarti*. Attack* of sick headache could oftir. be avoided if the cause of them wire kaowa. In many inttasoM the cause is % ili»>r.]i'retl condition of t!>» utomacli. in such oaaaa thore is oftaa a regular re currence of the attaoto, the person in the meantime fecliiii,- perfectly free from the .■»uii>laiiit. Here it will often be found that by nome error of diet the patient Is gradu ally accumulating in hio system some noxious labatajicea, which it take* spe ■taj effort of nature to throw off. Then iiho whole internal machinery MfOM to do its ordinary work. The stomach, the Intestines, tho livir and othor organs which produce the digestive juices al jiioct entirely cease tbeir regular task of tendering the food taken into the month Ht for absorption into the system at large. Sometimes habitual overeating will produce this result, or a person who j has been consl mtly active may continue to eat hi-- nsnal amount of food after ex changing his occupation for Borne ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 September 1893

®je Itallttmit itef&Ul —" —^ uu ♦ VOL, 5. NO. 49. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happening" in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. Quite an accident occurred about five o'clock yesterday afternoon at the Pullman Mercantile Co.'s warehouse, Earnest Awry, one of the employees, was cutting Backs when the knife slipped gnd entered his left leg just above the knee cap, severing the popliteal artery. He was taken to the olfice of Dr. Powell, who, with the assistance of Dra. Webb and White tied the urtery and dreseed the wound. At last accounts he was renting easy, though weak from \<>+* of blood. —Tuesday afternoon a few of the "boys" adjourned to the ball park and enjoyed ihemselves with a seven inning game of base ball. They would have played nine innings but tlie scon' run up enough for 20, and darkness coming on they thought better and adjourned to meet again sit some futuro date. The special features of the game were Baker and Ford's pitchin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 September 1893

The Heretlci, WILFOUD ALLEN. EDITOR AND PUBUSHIR rnbllthed orory Kri.Uy i>\.nint;, lit Pall i.mo, Whitman county, Waahinttton. All Adnrtiwrnenta will tx> oonliaowl and charged for until ordered ont. TERMS OF IUIT1ON: ONE tub $2.00 -l\ HOMTBB ONLY »■«« Mb. Ci.f.vei.a!«ii'b denial that he is a nionometallist was hardly necessary. It is well known that he is in favor of I currency that sh»ll be aafe and shall give both metals equal chances. The real monometallists are those who clam or for free nud unlimited, coinage of silver at a ratio of 10 to one. The World's Fair executive commit tee did the sensible thing in announcing that the date of closing the exposition would not be changed. An extensiou into the winter would bo profitless, for the attendance after the raw aorth winds began toßWeepdown the lake and ncross .liickßon Park would be small. At the same timo many might defer their visit in the expectation of an ex tension Bml thus remain away altogether wl on they realized h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 September 1893

WASnINTOON. sl , kll ,r,.rer»iJi»« South Bend "^.no hu. pnt °vi bM <"t>"tri" „ Bttl e DBeB -lofir«"'tEverottFn„,vn, „vnihta, jdeatroy^ t»o store buildup "' ml ,,e «ent over to What*™ en ffl rw"itand" ißwßnitover *f"i child is five minute* late at in Caßtle Bock he OMllot enter thp school. ■bar* Mills'-, the Eloohomin logger> J2.L*»ta.abcmt 1,500,000 feet season _, „ firira es il try to found an Afn fjfiist church at New Whatcom. Ibere 35 colored people °Dthebay> Headers and threnhers ore at w,rk in , llpa " lt8 , I fl)ongl,..'o.n.ty. The yield Mp » espucttttic.ua with n good grade grain. , . „ The remaining Buby creek trail war raDtß , amounting to $1600, have ju.t n deposed of iuFairhaven at 90 per ceDt. The Temple Baptist church in West (gmpii wm demolished by the falling ,f a tree. Rebuilding will commence at ooce. Henry Longnker, the U-year-old aon [Dr H D.Longaker, a wealthy resi- Jenl of Kent, was killed by being crashed between two freight cars. A laborer on the R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 September 1893

Railroad Time Table. NORTHkItN PACIFIC OXNKHtI DIMM'B. No. 110,— piunK'nger —IJraeent lo I'nllnian, ar rivo at 8:21) a. in. No. 109,—pa»8onK<>r— I'kllhmh to Gen<«ee, lam 8 p.m. No 165,— freight—Pu'lman to flenesee, loave 9:20 a, in. No 165—fnvivht —(fonnwe t" PttHman, »rrivp 2:80 p. m. SPOKANI TO JUI.I tItTTA. No. 10— iieaaeneer— t.> S|>»k<ili*, ar rm> il:. r«l a. m. No. —pfiseengrr —Spokano to Jaliactta, arrivi- In. 111 . dopart 1.2.*) p. vi. No. GO— MgM .luliiu'ttn to Spokants arrive 11a.m. No. ' freight—S|mknni' to Jnliaetta, iirrire 4r05 p. 111, ( \l<>\ PACIFIC, No. 81— rmmngtl — Coital to Monrow, arrive 4:20 p. 111, No. 83 — iiawmißor— Moicow to Colfax, arrive 10:4) 11. m. Wheat for Shipment. PoTi.ANi'. Sepi . 27.— From the best information obtainable by loading ship pers in this city it appears that the sur plus of wheat for ahlpment from the Dorthwaat will be about the saire as last year L 2,000,000. A large amount of Willamette valley wtiont will b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 October 1893

— VOL, 5. NO. 50. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —On the 20th of Bept. Albert Fredman, an employ with the threshing otufli ol g u llivan Bros., was taken 111, while at work, with typhoid fever. He was brought to the Kagle home in thia city and was gradually recovering from the fever, and was supposed t be gettin along finely. But Monday evening the disease took a turn, and developed into typhoid pneumonia, from which he died in a short time. lie wan a sin-le man, aged 29years, and is said to own con siderable property in the vicinity of Vollmer. His remains were taken to the undertaking parlor of Vedder & Windus, and he was buried Wednesday afternoon. Ho is also said to have re latives in .Michigan. \ Columbian Literary Society, com posed of members from the sixth, seventh eighth and ninth grades, was organized at the public school two weeks ago. Officers were chosen as follows: Miss Marie garriso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 October 1893

Tlie Herald, WILFOrtD ALLEN. EDITOR AND PUBDSHIH I*nl>H»h«l ovitv Friday evi>nii>K, M Pull l.mn, Whitman ronnly, WnnhilH[tmi. IM Advt*rii*iMn.Mit* will bo continued and charged for nntil ordored out. TBBMS OF BUBBCKIPTIOHI ONE vi\k $2.00 M\ HONTHB ONLY 1.00 When Governor McCorkle, of West Virginia, was asked the other day by ox Speaker ltaed, of the wave and means committee, to name tho indiidtrie* of his state 00 which the tariff could be re duced with safety, he said "he did not recoilsot any at present." He intima ted. however, that he would take the duties off New England manufactures. It is now proposed that the people of the I'nited States shall decide by their Totes at a special election what the value of silver shall b«, In behalf of the people of Washington we DMT6 to include wheat and hops, Among the effete nations of the Old World, where our markets are, the commercial value of all these products, as well as that of iiIVBT, li too low. Since we can raise tiie val...

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

HOBTHWEST NEWS. WABHINTOON. Xta «oret order, have lodges in Cas iltB 0* . V.nconTer'e creamery is about ready to gtart op- U»tban Pattison, a pioneer of 1852, is d.tolyiiP>» -a H B. Morrison's house burned at *-•«*»■ (v A nigbt-bloominf? cereus at Vancou wr has ten beautiful b'.ossomß. "wb.toom county's 500 acres of bops „T e s betur orop than «ver. The Long-Boy d adultery case at Ta jobs has been postponed till October 10. gkamokawa has a mass meeting today to consult about a big creamery pro ject, Walla Walla's city taxes become de aent today, with a ten per cent. i»n»lty. jtoiina Yokes was too ill to appear w ,tb her company its opening night at Sesttlt- A Holland woman near Fairhaven mtkea wooden shoes and markets tl em in towß, A tmck passed orer the leg! of a 4 r-old boy in Sprague without break ing them. Orer 100,000 bushels of wheat are itored in the farmers' warehouse at Walla Walla. Farther Flobr has celebrated nines nt thi Catholic academy at Wnllo Walla 12 yearn Thurß...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 6 October 1893

Railroad Time Table. KOIITIIBHN PACIFIC. oenksk> U^^' n. No, 110.-- faanagtr—Qeaem to Pnllman, ar rivi; B:'.'U n. 111. No. 109,— [mwnmiu l'ulliuiu) to (]«n«we, Imvp 8 p. in. No 165,— freight— Pii'iiiinn to OauiM, liwve MM v. m. No 16S freishl— Irri].— .' to rulluiM, Itrrivo 1 N p. bi. ■POURI T" T \KTTA. No. 10— [■enmii Tnllintti to Bpakioa, «r --ri»e9:sO«. in. No. 9— pnnwignr —Bf»oknne to Jollnetta, urrivo I p. in , ili'jwirt 1:25 p. m. No. CO— (night iTnlliMttf to Bpotame, arrivo II a. 111. No. 59—frei«M—Spohino to Jollitotta, urrive 4H)J p. vi. UNION PACIFIC, No. 81—lVwngrr— Colfax to Ko»o«w, arrive I:Jii p. m, No. 84—passenger— Mutrow to <*ulf«x, arrive 10:40 ii. 111. A Bis-Footed Girl. A oolleotor of rarities at Keoknk, lowa, is the d»Ler of an iuaolc made for the ah «* ot the young Kainbow (Mo.) giantess. At the tim« these ihoea were made in the spring of In'.U the girl was only IT year* old, but even then I ;, fool I aal would make "Big Coot January of Ohio" anvions. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 October 1893

Ww italimw fUtftlft VOL. 5. NO. 51. HIGHWAY ROBBER t Tre Bobber Tries to add Murder to his Crime but is Foiled. He Escapes from His Victim, but is Captured. When Mr. D. M. Dobbins was about to leave Colfax for Pullman lasi evening about six o'clock, a wan by the name ul A. 0. Honian, who used to work for Uitu, asked him for a ride to Pullman. Every thing went smoothly until they hail al most reached Mr. Bpaulding's place, when the man made an attempt to rob Mr. Dobbins. Mr. Dobbins struggled with the robber and succeeded in break ing away from him, but not until Ilo nian had plunged a knife into hia shoulder inflicting a painful wound. Mr. Dobbins came on into town and this morning Hoiuan camein and was im mediately placed under arrest by VV. s. Reider, the constable. Mr. Dobbins had adout fifty dollars on bis person and if the would-be robber lin' succeeded in bis attempt he would have made a good haul for these hard times. Burglars and robbers are getting almost to fre quent here ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 October 1893

The I-Icretld, WILFOAD ALLEN. Editor AND Puslishcr rablishc*! pvitv Kridny eTdning, in Pall i.IUI, Whirninn coantr, WaKhintiton, i". IJ AilToriiwiiirao will b« continued »ud chArged for until ordered out. TEHMS OF BOBBCRIPTIONI I'NE YKAII 52.00 - i\ MONTHS ONLY 1.00 The mighty howl that has gone up from tho throats of the brigadier eou- Kress'uen over the increased pension ap propriation demanded l>v Commissioner Loohren is a pretty reliable indication that, while Oomniasioner Loohren'a onreer as a member o* Mr. Cleveland's rffloial family may be brilliant, it will h» painfully brief, Tiie world's fair was free from iiubt Monday, when the 30 per cent, out standing of the corporation bonds was pai , The Boating indebtedness has been cleared off and the pay roll com pletely met, This of osnree leayes the Btsck subscriptions untouohed, but they are not a legal liabilitT, nor did the sub- Boribera ev»r expect to get their money back. The record of tho Obioago Qaance nnd executive oot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 October 1893

NEWS. WAHIUNTOON. bB , been rßiniu heavily sgaio ot a»rfield. Tbe ffhatoora iustitue ia atti'ndml by I^l tencbers, ■ fflM geese Bre Hiving i mthward ilW r Spra(?ne' ' guttle militia companies Bra arrang er a field day October 11. ' Snperior court is in session at Pom wT witua long docket ahead ot it. f in epidemic reeemblinß la grippe broken out at Seattle seminary, p»r Seattle. A reward of »00 is offered for Ed. Harris, ne of the two lat<?St esoapea „„„ Walla Walla. gix Indians stood trial in Seattle for tw ling second-band clotbing from a ,re, and were acquitted. jlrs. Yeeler wants $500 a month from J husband's estate, and has petitioned the probate court at Seattle co that eff.ct. One hundred and twenty-throe thon sand sacks of Willapa oysters will bi ,bipped to San Francisco for tho mid tinier fair. Charles 11. Sohaefer, ex-postmaster at jlarvsvillc, Snohomoish coiirty, hag been arrested for embezzling some 8500 f bile in office, Harris and Moore, the latent eacapes from tliw...

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