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

Railroad Time Table. NOItTHKItN PACIFIC, iiiiimiii MUNCH. No. 110, —pnwuffM" —(iemwoo to rulhimn, ar rive at B<3o a. m. No. 109, paiiMnnjw —Pullmiui to O«BM0ei leave S p. m. Ko 165,— Mgßi ru'lrasn to limiw, loRVf 9:20 a. in. .So 165— frt'icl.t (u<noM» to rnlliiuui, arrire 2:81) p. in. SPOKANE TO jriJAETTA. No. 10 jawnnai iTnllmtla to Hpokuie, Rr rivi- 9:50 a. in. No. I)— paj^nurr —Sjwknni* to JnlifU'tta, arrive 1 p. in , depart 1:25 p. m. No. CO—fnight—Jul! .H>-ttH to HBokan*, arrive lla. in. .No. fnighi — Hpokanfl to Juliai'ttn, arriva 4K)3p. »■• UNION PACII l< . No. 81— Paaaengar Colfai to Kloaoow, arrive 4:W p. in. JNo. 82—'pafweQRer— Uoaoow to I'olfax, urrivr 10:40 a. in. HARD TIMES. Wpll, the worst htv oome to tli" worst, wife They'n to oloae in- u|i to-nii»lit; i-.ir tat nierdnintV BtocVs attaobad And no inonoy then! in ei^lit . Anil thoy niii't no money a romm', Ajid tLe aiarkel in dreadful Blaok] And lh(> whole c.oncaru, tin v »ay, It» jost K-goin 1 to wrack. ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 October 1893

~ : ,/~ ——— ——— _— — !■ Ww fkf&lflt VOL. 5, NO. 52. A SAD ACCIDENT. Richard T. Morehouse Falls From his Wagon and is Bun Over. Hii Life Nearly Crushed Out. Will Probably Die. Richard T. Morehouse, a young man who was w. rking for Chas. Uooth haul ing wheat, at his ranch 9 miles west of town on Union Flat, met with what will probably prove a fatal accident, about live o'clock Tuesday afternoon. He Btarted out with a heavy load of wheat, and was standing on the front of the wagon. He reached out with his whip to strike his leading horses, when the wagon lurched into a rut and threw him in front of the wheels, one of which passed over him just below the ribs, crushing his kidneys ami injuring him internally so that he will probably die. The wagon was heavily loaded, having on 20 sacks of wheat, and as it was damp it was almost a double load. The young man is a comparative stranger here, his home l>eing near Day ton. His parents have been notified of the accident find will probab...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 October 1893

riic HeretlcL, WILFO3D ALLEN, Editor aso Publisher rnhliahwi t»veiT Friday ovoning, tit X*uH ii»n, Whitman ooouty, Washington. /ll Ailvorti-vnu'iitH will Ih> ,'«iiifinr»*»l and charged for nntil ordsfed out. TKESia OF sußsciupnoNi I i.NX VF.AR $!i.OO ■ IX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 Is the year Is.:. deposits in the say i..ps banks of the (Jilted States amoun ted to more than 11,700,000,000. By fall to the silver basis this will be re duced Id purchasing power to about #1,000,000,000. The Urn will fall, tot most part, on the very class of work ingiin'i) and other imall depositors who ;re now clamoring for cheap inonov in the belief that it will benefit them at the expense of the rich. It \b a curious hot that the plan <[ '•initiative and referendum," agitation f>r which lian been sopposed to be ii'tive in the newer states of the west, Ims bees tenatively indorsed by planks I Dg its trial in the platforms of both political parties in Massachusetts. By the "referendum" is meant ILie rig...

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

SOBTHWEST NEWS. WASHINTOON. ttle . B taxable wealth is a little over .38,000,000. The Pr<*bjt>ry of Spokane .net «t Spkoane Tuesday. A lodg" of tbe old Foreßters i 9 being formed Spokane. Silver-backed salmon are running u» tb ,.treamß about Port Angeles. Of Wall» Walla's 838,743.45 city taxes nl , $4,95225 is delinquent. ° Tbe telephones in tbe -Spokane schools wil l be taken ont unless the rates are lowered- Tbe suspended Bank of Everett has promulgated a reopening scheme which i> meeting favor with depositors. Dr. A. N- Gill, under four year's Ben tence at Oehalis fo. manslaughter, is in jail again, hafing been surrendered by his bondsmen. At Port Towusend Judge Ballinger j, M ordered tbe grand jury conyened on the 23d inst. to inquire into the alleged irregularities in tbe auditor's office. ;,: At Colfax, Judge Sullivan has uis miesed the case of John J. Maraseck, »bo was charged with knowingly receiv iug stolen catt'e, for want of sufficient .lidence to sustain the cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 20 October 1893

Railroad Time Table. NOKTIII.HV PACIFIC. — OKNK9KX BRANCH. No. 110, —rwaenffiT — to l*nllman, ar rive »l "..HI a. m. No. 101, puownecr— Pnllnian to (iraww, leave 8 p.m. No ISO, -fnifht l*n'lmnn to (lenoooo, lain 9:20 n. 111. Ni> ](is— fri.^i.i Qsnoses to rnllnmn. ftrrivi -3:30 p. m. Rl-OKAMC To JILIAKTTA. No. 10—powngrr—Juliantta to Si>*ikkne. nr rm y:.*)0B. in. No. 9—|Kii*f<<mjjpr—SiiokHlio to JnliHi'ltH. firrivi- I [i. ni . >lf|H.!l I;J.' p. 11). No. 60— fraiglit—Juliitfttti t' JSjMtknne, arrive lla. in. No. 6!l— fifi^-!); Hpnkane to .InlnnHii, nrri\f 4:0o p.m. 1 NION PACIFIC, Uo 81—Pnjsenglir—Colfox to Moaoow, nrrive 4:21) p. m, Mo. 82—paaBsngsr—Moaeow to C'olfax, arrive 10:4) a. in. Fire lit lionnor 1* l'< i ry. Bonku's l'ii. i,v, [daho, i>c. Is. The Piilace hotel, Morris' cigar store, the McLeod bnilding nml MTeral small er baildiDgs are burned. The fire »wll in about twelve nr fifteen bnildings. I! started in the cigar store next to the Palace hotel. The l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 October 1893

-g^^^-»-> . _ni_ VOL. 6. NO. 1. LANG AND HIS ENGINE Portland Wholesale Houses Try a Most Dastardly Scheme. They Attempt to Crush the Life Out of the Pullman Mercantile Company. It lias long been the plaint of Portland •rholesale houses Unit the Palouse ooun trrwMtheir legitimate territory, and flat they expected it* trade and would in return protect its interests. They have i" years past received a goodly por tion of the trade, but how well the kept the latter portion of the covenant is ex hibited I))' tliu affair witl' tlu' I>u""'-1" Mercantile Company during the past week, which establishment would have been thrown into financial ruin had the wholesalers of the aforementioned city curried the day with their diabolical Mbeme, or had not the merchants of the Mouse country, and especially of Ool fax, been in sympathy with the Pullman house. The latter part of last week represen tatives of the wholesale firms of Lang 4 00., anil Kosenfeldt, Smith,& 0., both of Portland, were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 October 1893

Tlie Heretic!, tYIIFOJO ALLEN. BoiTOR Aha PUBUSHCK Palilifhed <>T<>r,T PrMay »T«ninir, at Fn'l i.iwi, WhitmHii ootuity, Wiu>hin<;t<in. .'ll A.ltcriisi.m.'ji'^ will b» «mllna»i nnrt .Imr^il for nntil i>nl''ri«l .m-'. TKUMS OF BOBSCBUTION! ONE VKAK 98.00 . -IS IISOM.I 1.00 I r.. ill a mistake if you think the democrats lmvi done nothing during the prevent idminiitrstion. They bnvo put the country iv n condition bordering on ruin, md they are still at the Fiuue old game. What ('mi tlie Farmers l>». [Colnmbin Cbronli In view of the fiiot that Eastern Wash ington fHrmers have to ti largo extent lon their crops through oontini rains; that under elietingoiron it will be Impossible for them to pay th»ir bills, ciaJly money that has li ■-!! borrowed, it Beems but justi ■ to them and for the welfare of the ocuntry generally, that some legislation bo im mediately euaoted for their relii f. I; it safe to estimate that fully two .if the farms of this oountv an under s ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 October 1893

SOUTHWEST NEWS. WASHINTGON. j^Tnxedo shingle millhas resumed. ffll hkißku<° county pajs 82208 state "l'nvallup bae live candidate for city mar"l ll' . . , fsirhaven Presbyterians hay« a har- boo^e fe«tiv»l Sunday. o ,psyA.bton, alias Mrs. T. H. Boyd ba , gone to Victoria. Thepeop'e injured in the Spokane eJ plo«ion are all recovering. The Snohoniisb Tribune has changed bande.nen arrivals succeeding. T he shingle mill at Ouster ia cutting from 70,000 to 80,000 shingles per day. Pnyallup's remaining saloon has been frozen oat, the council withholding its license. Tbe Oregon Improvement Company ispnt'inguptwo new coal bunkers at Seattle. Two acres of tobacco is ripening near Orting, Pierce county' which is ,aid to equal the finest Virginia leaf. The Kingston postofflce burned and everything was lost. A Bture in tLo Bll me building and h saloon next door were also destroyed. Loss 83000. . The Bhip Verbena is expected to ar rive in Everett early in November with b cargo of 1000 tons o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 October 1893

BEGENTS ENJOINED. Contractor Go**, of Tacomn, Enjoins Re gents trom Proceeding- with Building. But the Contractors will Continue on their own Responsibility. The Kwrd of regents oi the agticul loral oollege was Saturday enjoined from proceeding with the construction of the iiihninistration building, tho contract for which wu on the 2<>th ol last mouth let to 80l Cameron, of Spokane, tor $"?. --000. Tho proceodinga were talon ' efore the superior court of Pierce county by David 0. Goat, who was a bidder on the B.unc work, Gossclaimi thai Ueoffered to construct the bui ding, according to plans anil specifications, for $38,858, and that biswaithelowes! bid. In com li!:iint he sets forth that the regents re jected all the b'uls September 2~>. He does not deny their right to do that. He avers, however, that they met il" day following and without advertising again, or in any manner corn piping with the law, proc eded to receive Mr. Cam • n's bid and accept it. Senator 0. E. Clayp...

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

• . Ipjje ftallwutr fUtftlft VOL. 6. NO. 2. AUDITORIUM TO OPEN Madaline Marli, the French Actress, to Open the Auditorium. "The Story of a Kiss" to be presenter Tuesday eve., Nov. 14. The long looked for opening of 'the magnificent new opera house, in this c ity, will take place on Tuesday evening, November 14th, on which occasion Mad aline Marli, the well-known French ac tress, will appear with her excellent company in the popular comedy-drama "The Story of a Kiss." This company i BO well' fitted to open bo palatial a play house as this one, and itii a great ,' ipliment to both house and city to be favored with a visit by the troupe. The auditorium is now receiving its finishing touches, and on the nth will be all ready for its first grand opening, The draperies are all in place, and it is need ess to say that the interior is a scene in itself of unexcelled beauty and splendor. Every citizen of the city, or of the surrounding country and towns, should make an especial effort to pat...

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

The I I raid, WILFOID ALLEH, EDITOR AND PUMISHCfI Published ("Terr Friday evonlng, m "nil umn, Whitman conntr, Washington. 411 A.h.TiiM«nn'iiiH will be continued and clmr,r<^l for until ordered out. TEUMS OF SUBSCHIITION: ONE yi:ak $a.oo •IX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 Cut election is now only about thirty dayn distant, but as yet only little though bus been given tho subject. Won!,l it Dot be well to put on your thinking oeps and decide who would best serve the city in the different offic ial positions) T 1 ire to be seven conn oilmen elected, and each p.rt of the city should bo represented on the board. The clerk and marshal »re also made elective instead of appointive offices, which will remove considerable from the heads of the council, hh it will do away with the cry of favoritism. The street commissioner will also be elected. Too much importance oannot be attached to the coming election. Look to it as you would to the appointment of a manager for your personal business, and assist in ...

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

IfOBTHWBT NEWS. WASHIJtTQON. Spokane county will receive new bids tor its courthouse bonds. Improvements are being made to the ba Sgß at Fort Walla Walla. Tjnto county has paid out 833,000 D c« July Ist '"' d has *20000 ou hand. 61 A raft of 400,000 feet of fir and , H nioe log« has just been to*ed out .romSkainokawn. The Walla Walla Union prints a long list of the town's capitalist* who did no t go to the world's fair. j M. Corbett, of Spokane, offers to deed a five acre track to the Wenatchee Lhool district, consideration 81, if the Iborities will erect a 810,000 school bouse on it. Contractor Fotheringham has signed the contract for the Spokane courthouse at last, but be must dig up 8100,000 m ore security, in addition to bis 8150, --000 bond already filed. Two harvest notes of 8100 each are advertised as fraudulent and not pay able in the Sprague Mail, over the sig natures of Jacob Smith, Frank Walker , lU d William E. Applegate. John Barrett, a lough citizen of Spo kane, drew a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 November 1893

Ko-nlutltun of Itrvpir). The following resolutions of respect to the memory of Amos B. Cooper were passed by the members of tin' Masonic lodge of Pullman, at it special meeting laM Friday night : Wiikrkas, Almighty God, in his in finite wisdom, has called our beloved brother, Amos B. Cooper, from his earth ly cares to the shores of eternity, and Whereas, Brother Cooper met his death at the hand of an assassin while in the performance of Ins duty, therefore Whitman Lodge, No. 40, Free and Ac cepted Masons has Xi sol vi:n Tliat by hUdeeth we have loel aii active nnd an honorable member, who by liis n]>rii;lit and manly inter* course with bis fellow brother! and the v.'H.l in general, has merited the es tci in oi tlnise who knew him ; and it if further RcsoLVEii, That we Bympathise and sorrow with his relation and friends,and we share N\ith them the hope of a reun ion in the better world, and be it further RjtMOLVBD, That these resolutione be ■pread upon the records oi our lodge, an...

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

fpje Itallmatt %ttcAK VOL. <>• NO. 3. HEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. The prospect tor harvesting the tiding wheat was not made much brighter during the past week but rather Irv day has added to the dark condi ion of things. Rain has fallen each lav and much of the rain Bt' ndlnß and in stack, is a total low. Threshing an be resumed again if the bright weather of to-day continues. It is im possible as yet to estimate the loss the Louse country has sustained by the damp, cloudy weather of the whole fall. -Bryant Bros were hanling thirty-five cent wheat to town yesterday, making the trip With six horses and trailed wag onß At the railroad crossing the lead ers became frightened, and turned sharp ly around, bringing the coupled wagons together, smashing three wheels and otherwise demoralizing them. They were heavily loaded with wheat, and were pretty well buiied in the mud. —A union meeting is being...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 10 November 1893

The Herald, AILFOXD ALLEN, Editor AND Publishch Published every Friday evening, nt Pull -■«n. Whitman county, Washington. All A(lTor'i*r.n'>!il> will be continued and charg«l for until ordered out. TKRMS OF BCU3CIUITION: ONE TEAK $8.00 -i\ MONTHS ONLY 1.00 TiiF.HK is but one interpretation of the political landslide of last Tuesday. The "change" of 1893 was not rel ished by the common people, and they now want the old order of things re es tablisbed, ami they are going about it in the right, way. Democracy's sun is now setting, and will be completely hid den by '90. Liuvs Urn world over have become wedded to the idea t hct they have spec ial license to do as they please on Hal lowe'en, but a cloud has just dimmed the brilliancy of that idea over in Ta coina. Fourteen of the youngsters who made merry on last Hallowe'en were gathered in by t tie police, i.ud while a pait of the boys are now meditating OTer the ways of the world, and espec ially of the hard lot of the American yo...

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

SOBIinVEST NEWS. WA!>HtNTOON. The Everett smelter has started up. Wbatcom county him 850,000 in bank. Ov er 300 teachers are attending the Bpokan* institute. he first twenty roiLs of the Ruby .reek trail are done, at a cost of 118,000. L Wolves ere prjwling along the road between Hoodsport and Lake Cushman. Oracie Northrup, 18 months old, died at Seattle from eating a bunch of Batches. Xaooma's match factory is running with forty bands and a daily output of 200 gross. Everett's output' for the year was: Lumber, 23,300,000 feet; shingles, 92, --000,000, Wlinteoui county will need to raise about §200,000 on its assessed valua lion of #12,951,000. Councilman Steep, of Spokane, is now demanding bis salary to date, claiming bis suspension was illegal. R. M. Palmer, of Walla Walla, shot himself in the leg while out hunting and narrowly escaped bleeding to death, Officer Hamilton, of Seattle, shot at a flying thief, and wounded Jerome Hack ne a bystander, in the fleshy part of the arm. ...

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

Railroad Time Table. NOUTHEKN PACIFIC. IIKNFHKK nilANl'B. No, 110,— —Groeeee to Pullman, ar rive fit 8:20 A. in. No. 103, —i»wM»ngor —Pullman to Geneeee, leave 8 p.m. No IGs,—frWjht— ruHmnn to Gennoe, Imti -9:20 a. m. No 16i—freight—Ofnpsoe to ruliniHii, arrive 2:30 p. m. .%*-'■ ■ IMS Ml TO *CI.IAKTTA. No. 10—paesengcr—Jnliaotta to Bp«lc«Df, Hr ;t:.".li a. i". No. ij—pasponger—Hpoknno to JulinettA, arrive I li. m , ili'jwirt 1:2.*) p. in. No. CO— f • Jaliaette to Hpokane, arrive II a. in. No. SO—freight— SjK>k;uiH to Juliaetta, arrive 4.-05 p. m. UNION PACIFIC, No. 81 rinnngif Co)£u to Moscow, arrive ■I M p. in, No. 82—pafRpuger—Moscow to ColfaX, arrive 10:40 a. in. Threr llu 11 <l it'll Slain. Madrid, Nov. -I.—From Hantander, Spain, comes n frightful story of exjtlo iion, lire, bavoo ami death. The. steam er Oabo MuohieaOO, of Balboa, urrived with a cargo of dynamite, Ihe asturo of thi' cargo being unknown to the author ities. Last evening the mml took fire, and the Bra depar...

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

Hjjje ftailmEtr ftef&Ul VOL. 6. NO. I. AUDITORIUM OPENED Initial Performance in the Auditorium Last Tuesday Evening. Everyone Delighted with the Magnifi cent Play House. jjje long-looked for opening of the Paiiman Auditorium is now an advent I (i,e past, and l'aß bee" Bet llow" as " red-letter day in the social history of the dty Another of the many enterprises olthe wide-awake citizens of the city ol j oW ing wells has been carried through ,„ a wccessful c ilminatlon, and now the busy men are looking for another world to conquer. Tlie workmen have been kept most busily engaged during the las' few days „,,t ti ,',, the house in order for the open s' luesday evening, and by working op to the very last hour had everything [jyeadineas, ho that Ml pawed of with , uta hitch. The seat* were all sold long in advance of the evening, ho anxious were all to be present, and by their pres ence lend encouragement to the directors of the institution. The company engaged for the opening was th...

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

Tine Heretic!, WUFOiiO ALLEN, Editor and Publisher VuMishtil erery 1: Iny eroning, at I*nll -non, Wliitiiiun cottnly* Wiu-liinchni. Alt AtlvortidemonU will ba oontiiiiMd and chmvcHi fin until onlorod out. TKIiMS OF si iisccii'llON. ONE nut $2.00 HiX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 Om.v it siiiu! titno is now left iv whioh to register. Kan Fkamcibco i- making great prep arations for its mill-winter fair, and hat; engaged many of the plaißnneo attrac tions. Tbe country has bad abonl i.ii the fair it .'an rhgest in one season, hot Sun Francisco will doubtleet attract a good many people by its scheme. I'koiuhi.v iho Digger iiU66D| T-ili. of Hawaii, will reward Cleveland's effort* in liir behalf, providing be in aaooasifnl la again seating ber upon tba throne, by appointiog bim to 11 prominent posi tion in ber oabiuet. It in to bo hoped that Cleveland will bare an opportunity to go to Hawaii, as. lrs days of useful ness m \lk> Doited .Slates are past, and after' 96 there will be nothing to bold him ...

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

ffO«THWSST Wl»8. WA^HINTQON. There are five poatoffioes on Vaahon T beM»iH<:« 1 Lake asylum has 183 pa lientß , 55 being women. . Woman's Friend Society baa been poized at Spokane with 50 members. Pat Flynti has been arrested at Se ,tU. for "repeating" aUhe recent city election. Tte Spokane Federation of Labor re ked for government ownership to tel egraph T he Leavenworth Journal mid the g rague Independent are the latest P.per ventures. Seattle is trying to collect something ovWs 4ooo from King county for taking o°ire0 ° ire of smallpox patients. protests are pouring in upon the com raisß ioners Bgainet th« several new road. Wbatoom county has been projecting. Castle Book has leased its city ball to ibe Knignts of Pythias for 09 years for 1360, and there is considerable dissatis faction over it. The Spokane Churchman, published in the interests of the Episcopal diocese 0 I Eastern Washington, commences its second year with the November number. It is estimated that receipts of wh...

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