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NgDINE BLOCK, - PULLMAN.
Dress Making & Plain Sewing
Hereafter the Lnditw of Pullman and vicinity j
.■will find in my new shop the very LiAXKS'f !
STYI<KS Of..JMIIjLIXEUY*Good», pur
ohaiwl direct from U>e Euat.' Ladies please call. !
TAYLOR, LAUDER & CO ,
BRICK and LIME,
Contractors and Builders.
All work guaranteed *
PULLMAN - & - MOSCOW.
A. D. Boyer,
Carpenter & Cabinet-Maker.
I will contract to furnish, build, or make
•inything that comes in the line of
REPAIRING done first-clans. SATISFACTION
gnarantend in nil cases. Simp in the
PRENTICE block, north wb« of Main-st.,
PULLMAN, WASH. TER.
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Cash Assets, - - $1,2:i0,000.
LOSSES PAID— MILLION DOLLARS.
The Favorite Coast Company.
W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman.
F. L. Sanbobn & Co.
Harness and Saddlery
Everything pertaining to the bonimaa kept in
stock or maunEndnred to order on the
aborted notice, anil at lowest
prices for No. 1 goods.
Bapairin^i all Kinds
in our line, will in
promptly + done!
■j lisa St., - Next to Empike HonsE,
PULLMAN, W. T.
E. W. DOWNEN ft CO.,
_ -— Negotiators of
Real Estate Bought
H.'iv.' on hanil a nninl»*r of choice bargains in
FARMING) LANDS convenient to Pullman, on
terms to suit purchasers.
fay- If yon want a Farm, don't make a deal
until you have examined our List.
;s?- If yon have a Farm to Roll, please call
and see us before listing it elsewhere.
WKITTEN IN HO. 1 COMPANIES.
All business placed in our hands will receive
prompt nnd careful attention. We -study to
please our patrons and to advance their interests.
Office: One door west of the Hank.
PULLMAN, WASH. TER.
KNAPP, BURRLLL & COMPANY,
The Leading Lines of Farm Implements,
MONITOR DRILLS & .SEEDERS. GALE SPRING TOOTH SEEDERS, GARDEN CITY
PLOWS, the celebrated F. D. GANGS, MoOOBMIGK and PEERING HAR
VESTING MACHINERY, BAIN WAGONS, RACINE HACKS,
COLUMBUS AND E. & F. BUGGIES, ETC.
Please Drop In and Look Us Over.
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON TEKKITOBY.
Herald and San Fran.!
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THOMAS NEILL, Publisher.
TEKM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION:
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Six Months only 1.25 in adv'ce
Are liberal, and mnde known on application in
person or by miiil. Legal Notices at the legal
rates. Give ue a trial.
Entered ct the Foft Office for Transmission ia
tin; Muiis «t Beooßd-C3am limes.
During the Washington celebration in
New York people went about with litLle
hatchets tied with red, while and blue
ribbon as badges, and now when you
asU a person if Ida statement is the truth
yon Bay: "Is that <i hatchet fact?"
A very interesting fact in regard to
the long distance telephone has been
noted. The sound of music from a
street bran band in New York baa been
distinctly hoard in a telephone office in
Philadelphia. Thus new terrors are add
ed to civilized life.
Tiie new prohibition law in Kansas has
worked curious confusion in cue way.
Before its jiassage the taxation of liquor
selling formed the iriain source of muni
cipal revenue in many of the towns.
Now this source is cut off and council
men are at their wits' cud to raise city
funds. . . .
One of the many minor morals to be
drawn from tho famous Chicago Carter
divorce case ia that it is not safe to keep
old love letters or poetical effusions deal
ing with the tender passion that have
been sent to you. Tho loved one and
yourself may afterwards figure in a di
vorce case, and then whero -re you?
Burn tho letters.
lt has been observed that the fashion
of dyeing the hair has mostly gone out,
except among men who work for their
living. They dye hair and whiskers to
preserve their youthful appearance, fear
ing that if they let their natural gray
hail and beard appear they will be
thought to be growing old and lose their
>ku«a of work.
At tho opening of the Paris exposition
the exhibit that was farthest behind was
that of America. Tho contributions il
lustrating our public school system were
tha most important of all. The world
looks up to America on the matter of
free national education. Yet when the
exposition was declared open our educa
tional exhibit had not even been lifted
out of its packing boxes. This ia not s
credit to tho fastest nation on fha ..-1..!--
Mr. Philo 11. Sylvester proposes the
addition of two new words to the Eng
lish language. One is "typoscript," to
express the product of the type writing
machine. For the type writing machiu«3
itself he proposes the name "grapho
trpe." leaving the word type writer to
be applied to the pretty girl who runs
the machine. These new words are
needed, Mr. Sylvester says, because they
stand for new ideas.
The most formidable navy on the ser.s
may yet be that of Italy. Last year nlie
launched lifty-six warships,aggregating
2G.300 tons. She now has a navy of 235
vessels of all classes, with others nearly
completed. She has thirtv-aeven torpedo
boats for use on the high t-eas. She has
several ironclads of over 13,000 tons. In
her national naval academy are 318
young men. In ISS7 the whole number
of students in the United States Naval
academy at Annapolis was only 174
This year at Paris during the exposi
tion there will be as m::ny n.3 sixty-nine
international congresses under tho auspi
ces of the French government. There
will be olJiers besides which aro hule
pciuU'nt. Some of these organizations
are drawn together frith strange aims.
There is a pigeon fanciers' congress and
a folk lore congress. Tho bakers' con
gress will review the whole question of
bread making. The psychological con
gress will endeavor to pierco still farther
into the hidden powers and mysteries of
tho human mind. Eleven of the con
gressra deal with medicine and hygiene.
The pears congress meets June 1. It is
one of tho most important. There wijl
ho several co-operative congresses for
improving tho condition of the poor, and
one for combating the evils of alcohol.
Tlio Quietest Ocoan Trip.
The restful ccean voyage which Joe
tors used to proscribe for invalids is a
thing of the past. No more will they sail
on and on for weeks, dreamily watching
the waves, and sleepily droning through
i happy, restful days.
There is no more repose loft anywhere.
The ocean p:\ssenger goes thundering
across the Atlantic at railroad speed,
carried by a terrific black monster that
devours 320 tons of coal a day, and pulls
its ugly black breath all over liim.
It is impossible to tell what is the ocean
steamer record any more, because it
changes all the time. In 1881 the Ari
zona crossed the sea in 7 days, 7 hours
and 23 minutes. For seven years this re
mained the quickest time on record.
But in June, ISBB, the Etruria made the
trip in C days, 1 hour and 55 minutes.
And now the new City of Paris has
reached Sandy Ilook from Roche's Point,
Queenstown harbor, in 5 days, 28 hours
and 7 minutes. This is the quickest time
ever tuado by 2 hours and 48 minutes.
Thus the championship has passed suc
cessively from the Guion to the Cunard,
and from the Cunard to the Tnm.in steam
This was only the second trip of the
Paris. Sho may be able to exceed even
this time. In ona twenty-four hours'
run sho made 511 miles. These rapid
ocean trips ara very expensive to the
companies, however, on account of the
great quantities of coal consumed. Cheap
fuel consumption, if it could be invented,
would lessen the cost of ocean travel.
A Sail Francisco paper says that men
go into the garden of life and pluck the
sweet, ripe peach, while women must
stay back and take the canned goods.
Once inoit* the statement is being
passe'l around that water gas can be fur
nished for fuel at 30 cents per thousand
feet, and for illumination at 40 cents.
Then why is it not thus furnished?
The four territoiies, Washington, Mon
tana, North an.l South Dakota, will
not become* full states until they vote on
md ndopt state constitutions. This they
(nil <io on t!»e first Tuesday in October,
Attendants and of'ict-rs in prisons,
poor bemaea and lunatic asylums need
to be careful how they tre.it those com
mitted to their euro. They can never be
sure that it b not a newspaper reporter
lliey are maltreating, who will record
their deeds in cold black anil white, and
who had himself locked up for that very
PnuiOO Stands Alone.
A strange thing happened at the open
ing of the Paris exposition. There was
not present at the ceremonies an ambas
sador or delegate Irani a single one of
tho great powers of Europe They stayed
away on principle. The Paris exposition
commemorates the centenary of the
downfall of monarchy in France and
the beginning of a "government of the
people, by the people and for tho peo
ple," in the immortal words of our own
Therefore, the represenatives of mon
archies anil empires studiously remained
away from that opening. Lord Lytton,
iho English minister, said in so many
words: "We spent eight hundred mil
lion pounds sterling in making v.-ar
against the principle and policy which
France now cominemorutes." The cur
tain is here lifted for a moment upon
sonio of the difiicultis>s our brave sister
republic over the water fights against.
Between foes without and plotters with
in she stands striving as best she may to
uphold still the banner of free govern
I.IIVf iill<i Sjj.iillliH.
"What shall a young woman do wi'
an auld man?" says tho old Scotch song.
Mrs. Hannou, of Ilohoken. decided that
the thing to do with her old man was to
frighten him to death.
James Ilannon was not very young,
nni! lie was not at all handsome. His
wife was young, pretty and fair haired.
We will not lift the veil from their domes
tic happiness. Sufiico to say it was like
the domestic happiness of numerous mar
Not long since Mr. Hannon went scur
rying into the Iloboken police station nt
tho witching hour of 2 o'clock in the
morning. His face betokened woo and
trouble :n the camp. He begged that a
doctor tx sent at once to his wife, who
was dyicg in great agony. She had
taken the road out of tho world by the
aid of that handy domestic remedy,
"Rough on Rats."' -
A city physician grabbed a stomach
pump, which he kept handy for people
who commit suicide, and hastened to the
scene. He found pretty Mrs. Hannon in
spasms. Spasms are ever tho rofugo of
unhappy womankind, married or single.
The sex are partial to them. Some of
them can glide into the most horrible
spasms at a moment's notice.
So with pretty Mrs. Hannon. She
contorted and cavorted till her husband
came near going into convulsions too.
It was a terrible situation, but the doc
tor bravely kept his head. He was used
to spasms. He had lx?en brought up
with them, so to speak, lie felt pretty
Mrs. Ilannon's pulse. It was beating an
calmly and regularly as if Mrs. Ilannon
wasn't dying of convulsions. It seemed
indeed as if that cantankerous pulse had
no respect even for the jaws of death it
self, but meant to go on beating just tho
same after tho woman was dead.
Mrs. Ilannon watched the doctor out
of a narrow slit in the unconvulsed half
of one eye.
"This is a very serious case," said tho
doctor, solemnly. "Tho pump is no good
here. I shall have to cut a hole in her
With a shriek the unconscious and con
vulsed woman sprang bolt upright. Her
eye glared. There was not a trace of a
spasm in it now.
"Oh, doctor, don't do that," sho cried.
"It wasn't poison at all. I only took
tooth powder and water, and I only did
it to frighten Jimmie. Ho was jealous
and neglecting me." (Boohoo.)
Then the happy husband and wife flew
into each other's arms and made it all up.
All's well that ends welL But what the
doctor thought as he trudged sleepily
home has not been recorded.
notice i'ok publication.
Land Office at Walla-Walla W. T.,
May 15, 18H9. Notice i« hereby given that the
following-named sotiUr Ims filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of his
claim, ;:nd that said pro.if will \<o made before
the judge, or. in his absence, the clerk of the
probate court of Whitman county, \V. T., at his
office in Colfax, W. T.. on Jnly 3rd, 1889, viz:
Samuel L. Brown,
who made lid. application No. 3810 for the sw '..
sec. 17, twp. 14, n r 44, i> wm. He names the
tallowing witnesses to prove his continuous ns
idor.ee upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz:
Oscar V. Heald, Jofepli H. Robertson, John
Young, John F. Young, all of Ewartsville, W. T.
Land Office at Walla-Walla.Wash. T.
June 26, ISS9. Notice is hereby given that the
following named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to muke final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the clerk of the probate court of Whitman conn
ty. W. T., at Colfax, W. T., on August 12, 1889,
viz: ■ . . . ■
D. S. 6762 for the nw ' 4 roc. 29, twp 14 n range
44 oast. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous resilience upon and cultiv
iition of said land, viz: Franz Schallenherg, A.
V. Caldwell. Wm. H. Kimviid, James S. Klem
gnrd, all of Ontario, W. T.
Any person who desires to protest against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of any
substantial reason under the law and tlie regula
tions of the interior Department why such proof
should not be allowed, will be given an oppor
tunity at Ihe above-mentioned time and place to
cross^exnmine the witnesses of said claimant
and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submit
ted by claimant. K. GUU'HAKD,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Iv the probate court of Whitman county Wash
ington territory. In the matter of the estate
of James A. Hunt, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, by the undersigned
administrator of tin; estate of James A. Hunt,
deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons
holding claims against said estate, to present the
same with the necessary vouchers within one (11
ac after the first publication of this notice, to
■ie undersigned at his residence in the town of
Pullman, in said county and territory, or to his
attorneys, Manila & McCniskey, at their office
over the Ist National Bank in Colfnx, W. T.
NICHOLAS S. HUNT,
of ;!ip estate ol James A. Hunt. deceased.
ITaiUIS A McC'roskoy. attorneys for the estate.
IN THE GROWING TOWN OF
are offered for sale by
JULIA A. MOORE,
of Moscow, Idaho, at
Reasonable Prices and Terms I
to Suit Purchasers.
THESE LOTS WILL BE WORTH TWICE
THE PRICE NOW ASKED FOR THEM IN
SIDE OF SIX MONTHS.
NOW IS THE TIME TO PURCHASE.
Several Choice Farms
also, near Pullman, on
For further particulars address
THOMAS KAYLOB, Ao't,
Or, JULIA A. MOORE,
Moscow, Idaho. 21
THE TOWERING MASTODON OF TENTED SHOWS
1 -iVirig Circus,, Royal Roman Hippodrome,
Elevated Stage and 5-Coiitineiit Menagerie,
NOW IN PERMANENT CONSOLIDATION WITH
S. H. BARRETT'S
Universal Menagerie, 2-Riug Circus, Rac
ing Carnival and Great World's Fair,
Will exhibit at
MOSCOW, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10th.
COLFAX, THURSDAY, JULY 11th.
An extraordinary unifi«,ti..n of the two fading dm* <* AlMri-. Perfecting by thoir felicitous
consolidation the most voluminous and
VAST AMUSEMENT ORGANIZATION
KS^tiSSSfJS 2 SEWS %Z method and elegance, Rpprwißtol by patron
1 and commended by everybody.
LARGEST TENTS ever CONSTRUCTED
HIPPODROMATICAL, ZOOLOGICAL, EQUESTRIAN AND
Bpeotoealai Exhibition, to witness which, thousands come daily many leagues.
A WITHOUT PARALLEL
T , . , """ , nn ,i imn-csive spectacular granilenr, presenting Bumptnons scenes, thrilling
In *-^^-a-3aSsass=^^ streets. thrilliD2
The Childrens Dream of Fairyland.
A delightful episode of Hi" magnificent Free Street Pageant.
ELECTRIFYING HiPPODROMATIC SPORTS
WisUo oi v • ,ri-.l Contests exciting Chariot and Banning Bane and thrilling Trials of Spc«L
Realistic GWhatonal [^^^ hi ; toricil l. d^hing und ever-memorable
SHERiDAN 5 S RIDE
Vividly, artisticaHy and "*»*-** "™'
,-. a i ■» and best trained Herd of Elephants, two immensß
Ever shown under cam* snmntnouslv a<lom«l Caßes filled with Of
Htppopatew, fifty golden, at.u-<r s p vtl , o!1B -, AnJicomliM and Boa-constrictors,
tfraneert ob»rts krown JJ^s™ffvKSC n,ulti-hu,Hl Bird, from the Tropics and rare
huge Afncn wl *—^^SbSS-^-T land and clime.
New-and Calient Itcvoliition
pS TENTED ENTERTAINMENTS.
tj ■ nj
can find the best line of AGRICULTURAL III
PLEMENTJ in the market at
J. M. PRICE'S
( Heed & Pbentis's Old Stand.)
Mitchell Farm Wagons and Hacks, Superior
Broadcast Seeders and Drills, Canton "Clipper"
Plows and Harrows, are our specialties. The
reputation of these goods speaks volumes.
Agent for Osborne Binders, Haynes' Oregon
Header, Battle Creek "Advance" Threshers and
Tour Patronage Solicited.
20 J. M. PRICE. Pullman.
lias on hand a full line of
Lath Si, Moldings.
TAKES ORDERS FOR DRESSING
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER.
SPECIAL RATES TO CONTRACT
ORS. SATISFACTION IS
GET OUR PRICES BEFORE PUR
.V Chop Mill
run in connection. (Wild Oats killed.)
Office »nd Yards near Crossing
of the two Railroad*.
2."> THOS. W. EXOS, Slaxageb.
E. E. ELLSWORTH,
Plain and Fancy Groceries,
CROCKERY, GLASS AND QUEENS- WARE.
Make a Specialty of Choice Canned Goods,
AND FIRST-CLASS TOBACCOS AND CIGARS.
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Our goods are always FRESH, and warranted, and will be sold at "Bed-Rock"
figures right along. ' %£T Goods delivered free of charge anywhere in city.
MAIN STREET, - - - PULLMAN.
PHILLIPS & M'ARTHUR,
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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND PRICE.
Organs & Sewing Machines,
MIRRORS, OIL PAINTINGS, PICTURES AND FRAMES,
gjf~ Furniture Repairing and Upholstering done to order.
13ckwiicii &■ 3Xillei%
CHaO rr II ING!
Big Bargains in Summer Dress Goods !
Wo call especial attention to our new lino of
Challies, Lawns & Sateens,
NUN'S VEILING, &c, and don't forget our stock of
in all the latest styles. Also, a full line of
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes
always on hand.
__ ._ PULLMAN, - - . WASHINGTON.
Lost in Portland
FOUND IN PULLMAN, WASHINGTON
With a larger stock of GROCERIES and other Goo<lh than before I wrut lost.
Have also opened up an ICE CREAM AND LUNCH HOOM in thf.
rear part of my store, fitted it np in good shape, and no pains will be spared
to make my customers happy. Thanking you for past favors, I respectfully
ask a continuance of the fame. Yours truly,
P. Bremer, - Pullman.
Of Interest to Farmers and
all Grain Producers.
will have ready fer the coming crop GRAIN ELEVATORS at all principal points on
the Oregon Railway A Navigation C'o.'s lines, and will pay
CASH FOR GRAINS
OF ALL KINDS, whether Sacked or in Bulk.
Handle, Store, and Ship Grain for Any
and all Persons.
CHARGES MODERATE. Issue Negotiable Warehouse Receipts, and make them in
terchangeable with Receipts on their Terminal Elevator at Portland. Be
come responsible for Qnality and Quantity of Groin thai Re
ceipts call for.
Cash Advances Made on Grain in Store.
Calcutta and Seamless Bags
FURBISHED BY OUR AUKNTS. We invite you to call upon oar Agent* before Selling, Con
pUate^dr^ ? *"■ ' WeJUITO " "•"H aPPO^»«I Agent in your T icin"?j
Pacific Coast Elevator Co., c
33 - PORTLAND, OREGON.
Having rejtoYed to my NEW BUILDING on Main st where
with beet of light and '
3^~ IMPROVED LENSES _^
together with TV7ENTY gears' experience in all the ojd and new processes of
Satisfaction can be Guaranteed in all cases. '
COFYirc. AJ t I NLABGING FROM CARD TO LIFE SIZE, A SPECIALTY,
L. TAYLOR, - PULLMAN, WASH. TER,