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VQL.3. NO. 42.
Published even Friday evening, at Pull
ainn. Whitman county. Wnshtngtoa.
All Advertisements will bs continued and
clunked for unti] ■•: . red out.
FRIDAY GUST 14. 1891.
Union Pacific Kalliiay.
Prom Pullman, daily:
N». 16, Express, leaves al 5:05 pin
N». 92, Mix.-,], 1,.,, v- Nt 10:00 a m
No. 15, Express, loaves at ) 1:58 an>
No. 91, Mlx<ml. leaves at 6:50 p m
Main Line, Nos. 1 and 2, "Tito Overland Fly
pr," corry through Pullni Sleep Colonist
81«>ppr8, Free Chair <'nr- and Coaches, between
Partlami anil Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St.
Lonis, Ht. Paul or Chicago.
Mian Line. No-. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fa«t
Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Carp
between Portland and Chicago.
Northern Pacific lUtllroad.
»*a««ener G. 40 a m
Freieht and Accommodation 10.0S n in
Passenger 6.45 p m
Freight and Accommodation 3.85 p m
Accommodation Aniv<- 6.15 am
ccommodftt Leaves 7.05 p m
J. s. KEENEY. Agent.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, cor. Paradise
and High streets. Sinin- on each Sunday,
as followK-. Sunday School al 10am; morn
in( serricc at 11 a in: rayi meeting, 7p m;
evening service Ht 8 p m. Bible stud;
on Weduesday at 7 p m; and on Thursday the
Ladies' Bociety of the Golden Rule meets nt
2:3opm. All mwtin are h-'ld in the church,
and the)x>llis ranf( thiiuy minutes before each
meeting and Btrnok Bti minutes b< 'orebegin
ning. L. O. Baird, I' tor.
BECBET SOCIETI is.
KNUiUTH OF I'VriilvS, Pullman division,
uniform rank, Regular drills on Sunday of
each w<H*k under instru> .ion of Bergt. Evans.
Meets every Monday night. 3. C. Fabb. lie
corder; J. M. Hill, C. C.
OKD2H OF CHOSEN FRIENDS, Pullman
council, meets every Wednesday evening in
I. O. O. F. hall. H. E, Mcbbikan, secretarr;
V. E. Boix, C.
1. O. G. T., Lodge No. 59, meets in I. D. O. F.
hall every Tuesday evening. I. E. LOBACOH,
C. T.; Nettie Lobadoh. secretary.
WANTED:—Good reliable firn or
persons to handle a non-board Fire
Agency, in all parts of Washington.
Companies of the Ik-.-,! fiuancial standi
duly admitted to this '..:'■ . Must have
(rood reference. Maevin Bros., t>t<.lo
agents, Spokane Falls, Wash. 18tf
Justariuvkd.—New designs in chains,;
brass portier rods with rings and j
brackets. ( -lv>w cmtaii j-.clcs and' trita- ;
inings. Something ne v and stylish in!
window shades—at the Furniture store.
A number of good work and saddle
horses, and wagons and harneus, at
t«rma to suit purchaser. M. 0. Tiu'F..
Will be paid for return of my New
foundland dog. Be is six months old,
weighs 65 pounds and has white on
breast and hind feet. W. V. Windi s
A RARE BARGAIN.
One Randolph header and four header
boxes, in good condition, for sale. Will
Bell either for cash or take pay in grain
cuiting. Machine can be seen at mv
ranch two and one-half miles east of
Pullman. Tiios. Hai.l'in. (Im)
NEW FIRM. SEW DEAL.
What we will do.
Will contract and buy your grain of
Will buy grain in car and block lots
Mt all points.
Will loan you money on farm real
••tate. Terms easy.
Will insure your grain growing or in
Will insure your merchandise, dwell
ings, farm machinery, etc.
Will give you a Bquare allround deal..
Farmers and citizens of Pullman and
rioinity we respectfully solicit a share of
Tour patronage. Cheatham-Baker Co.
H. H. Cheatham, manager. Office room
8 over Bank, Pullman, Wash.
TAKE IT RKFOlili BREAKFAST.
The great ap] etizer. tonic ana liver regulator.
In OSe for mo:v than 50 yi :;r~ in England. Pos
itive specific foi liver complaint. l!;ni tasto in
the mouth on Rrisin • i.i the morning, dull paias
in the head and bact the eyes, tired fe* jiin£*
dizzinets. langour—pymi<loir.s of liver com
plaint. Kenifily—Dr. Henley's English Dande
lion Tonic. llelievi coasti|jation, sharpens the.
«pi.;*tit^ and tones v,p the entire system. Get
the genuine from your druggist for SI, anJ
take according to direction*.
BURN THE OLD . OXES.
Owing to the greal danger of spread
ing fruit pests ol all kiiult, wo will not
allow any second baud fruit boxes to be
brought into or renlUn] iv our orchards.
Bxakb River Fecit Geowee's Associ
atio.n D. If. Holt j
D. E. Ki.i.i £ Advertising Cso i.
G. W. Smith )
Uniou Pacific System otters unequalled
facilities to tourists en route to all points
east. Veetilmled sleepers, diners, free
chair cars through to Missouri river and
Chicago without charge.
I have on hand and for sale at my
brick yard, at the Northern Pacific "Y."
one-half mile east of town, brick of the
first quality; I have now finished burn
ing a kiln and have brick in quantities
to suit purchasers.
ROBT. KRUEGEL. Pall man; Wash.
Of all kinds, now at V.'. F. Hickman's,
five miles north of Almota.
P. S. Positively no orders filled on
CIGAR THIEF CAUGHT
'English Bill" was captured at Walla
VValli last 3au lay with t:i3 Cigut
in h 8 .Jos33S3lon.
Th 3 Prisoner was Brought to Pullman,
ani v7.ii.ral Examination
last We;!a:s lay
The cigars which were stolen from a
freight car on the Union Pacific track
here, on the irsl inst., mention of which
was oaadi in the last week's Ii;:;:.u.!>,
were captured, together with the sup
posed thief, at Walla Walla last Sunday.
Telegrams were sent from here to
Walla Walla police officers, notifying
them of the theft, and stating that it
was believed that the thieves were going
in that direction, and of the capture the
Union-Journal gives the following ac
'•The officers kept a sharp lookout for
til.- thieves and Saturday obtained clues
which led them to believe that the stolen
goods were cached away somewhere in
the city. They also suspicioned a ninn
known as English Bill as one of the
thieves, be having dropped several re
marks which led to that belief, one of
them being that he didn't believe the
polioeof this city were very "fly." Sun
day it was learned that the thieves bad
bargained the goods to a saloonkeeper
on Main street and srere to deliver them
that night. Officer Shulz was Btationed
near the back entrance of the building
and after hours of patient watching a
man cuine into the yard, surveyed the
premises and then went back, returning
in a moment with three others, bearing
three parks of some heavy stance.
Realizing that once in the saloon and
the goods deposited the princi| al evi
dence against them—liat of having the
goods in their possession—would be
gone, the officer ('!>•!!■ i the men to
throw up their hands. Ofli ser Ames.
who was stationed il the djoining yard,
heard the command ami i ashed to his
comrade's assistance, but . iree of the
men had escaped. 'English Bill, 1 having
a tack containing a manlier of boxes of
cigars, was captured. The o her sacks
wore found a short distance away. (>ni\
'■'■' of the, fifty-eight.boxes was missing,
Tho officers at Pullman were notified by
telegraph Monday of the capture and
Sheriff McLean i rived Mond iv evening
to take tho prisoner back to the scene of
' his depredations.''
Tbo cheriS, with ipe pris>Ofl-A--atrived
in town on the morning train Wednes
day, bni the culprit waived examination
here, and was taken to the county jail at
Colfax to await trial before the superior
glish Bill" has the appearance of
being an old hand at the business, and
seemed to be well acquainted with the
law in larceny cases, and when asked by
tho justice here if he wished a prelimi
nary examination answered: "No; the
fact thai tho stolen cigars were found in
my possession will bind me over any
way." It is tho general belief that he
has '■been there before.'"
Pullman its*: i.i Wider.
A little job of microscopy has revealed
1 th;it the water at Pullman was probably
made when the morning stars sang to
gether, nd that the laboratory was lib
erally supplied with the most, subtle of
medical agencies. [| seems to just
scratch the desiccated mucus off t.'e
email clack-valve of the pancreatic duct
find admit a flood of the natural appetiz
er. .'■ ost people of adult age in this
country are afflicted with dry catarrh;
and. when they begin to drink this water j
they have inward astonishment. The
colon feels ike a taut riata. But wait.
It is only tho papillae and villi of the
alimentary tract rising and stretching
themselves. You suddenly get an ap
j;etito like a f.ver ■■ ■ alescent.
i!:it the most delightful ':..:'_ is tho
bath. Ths proprietors of the public ;
! balb, having due fiird to the amphib-!
ious nature of the writer, gave him a
; perpetual ticket. The freedom of a city
Ila Scotland is nothing o sue^ a courtesy.
1 The sensation uf Apolinaris ater going
I down your tlroat is ft-it all over the skin
I when you come out. At night wh- n
the electric light is away down at the
bottom of the bath, you s• • tv to take
I jour plungo iiiio a very large liquid
opal. Sunlight liquified! Your shadow
! toward the zenith!
Not a microbe, not a vibrio, not a
! vibrilia, not a trace of those deadly pests
! that ssvarm and crowd iv Biirfaee water
can be found :n tbe artesian water of
Pullman. W. Scott Walker.
New patterns in dining chairs, rockers
and centre tables at lower prices than
they have ever been sold in the country
at V. .v We, tf
• —The Cheatham-Baker company has
i leased tho warehou c of E. H. Letter-
I man, i-uii are prepared to purchase or
store grain at the best rates.
LiA-DIES WANrUD; To purehiso tuei
supply ot disues aud tai>le oatlery out
of iiie big assortment just received at
i \V. Kcble ,v <. o.'S. tf
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON, AUGUST 14, 1891.
Hobos Get in Their Work.
Thieving hobos are becoming a grea'
nuisance in town. Last, Wednesday
evening oue of the light fingered gentry
entered the rear room of Capt. Evan"*
dwelling while that gentleman was en
tertaiuing friends on the veranda, aud
prooeede I t > help himsaif to what loose
change happened to be in Mr. Evan's
coat and vest, which he had left in the
room. The loss of the money, some
three or four dollars, does not amount
to much, but the daring manner in which
the theft was carried out calls for more
than ordinary measures to get rid of the
Music For Pullman.
Monday evening, August 24, (a week
from next Monday) should be reserved
for a concert which is just announced
for that elite.
Among the many who have been seek
ing the City of Flowing Wells are a
number of accomplished musicians, who,
with those already here, will join in giv
ing a coreert in the Congregational
Some good music may be looked for,
as well as an enjoyable time. The pro
gram will be printed in full in next
The ladies of the church will sell
tickets for the concert. These tickets
will also be found at the drug stores and
and at West's Variety store. The pro
ceeds are to help pay for the organ.
You can assure yourself of a pleasant
evening, as well as help in a good work
by buying tickets for Monday evening.
The Colton Mercantile Co.
Articles of incorporation were riled to
day for the Colton Mercantile Co., of
Colton, Wash. The paid up capital of
the company is 825,000, and McConnell,
Chambers & Co., of this place, are the
principal stockholders. Tho officers of
the company are president, W. J. Me-
Connell, of Moscow; vice-president, W.
S. Johnson, of Colton; secretary and
treasurer, O. L. Kennedy, of Coltou;
manager, W. H. Renfro, of Staley. The
trustees are W. M. Chambers, W. V.
Windus, W. S. Johnson, <). L. Kennedy,
and W. H. Renfro.
. The company will oe-wpy th»^ap.
brick building lately erected by theT<^)
ton Building Association, and a ware
house, 40x100 feet, for merchandise is
also being erected. McConnell, Cham
bers & Co.'s stock, at Staley is being
boxed, and will be removed to Colton.
This is a strong company, and will add
much to Colton's commercial interests,
and the town is to be congratulated on
having interested the company there.
The company, too, has adopted a good
point for its operations.
Colton, August 12, 1891.—(Special
Correspondence.) —John Snyder and
family of Bryan, Ohio, have come to
Colton. Mr. Snyder is the father of
Eugene Snyder, iiaur here. He was out
here last summer and fell in love wiih
our country. He returned to Ohio and
Bold his farm there and will make this
his future home.
Messrs. K3nfrew and Parks have re
turned trora their bear hunt. They got
one grizzley. It mast have been a big
one for Billy ha? been sick ever since.
They will not tell who killed it.
J. O. Biley his b9en working for ths
past week on tha N. P. Elevator Cj.'s
warehouse getting it in shipa for the
new crop. Tv >ir new agent, Mr. Kile,
h:is taken charge of the house.
V. i -(')'• n bis> bill tesm wjnt to
Clenesee list San liy anJ ware d ifeal 1
by twa ruii3. L\;. tliirj gnu . proves
to b qnita i nteresting.
The Colton Mercantile Co. is getting
material on the ground for a building
40x1(10 to be used as an implement and
W. il. B irn • has pnrolnsa-J two lots
from .T. P. RHei .r $125. il ■is getting
the material on the ground for a dwell
W. \V. Park will take charge of the
farmers' wareh her.' next week and
i rnn it for the oo no season.
\V. V. Windus and W. 11. Ranfro were
in town WednesJay preparing to open
i their new business here.
A newspaper for Colton is now an
j assured fact. P.O.
I ~ ■—
Jlercautite Co.'s Clearance Sale.
The Pullman Mercantile Co. is holding
its first annual clearance sale, and will
disp. se of the goods in stock to make
room for the immense stock of fall and
winter goods which will soon arrive.
The company has many remnant
pieces which are being sold at a bargain.
j Scasou goods are also being sold at very
' low rates.
— S. Keeney, N. P. agent, is erect
j ing a bouse in Reanev's addition.
Preliminary ArrangemeL»3 for the
Erection of the New School House
are being made.
7all Term of the Military College will
open October sth,
Bids are now being advertised for by
the school board for excavating for the
site of the new school house, and matters
pertaining to the building will be pressed
as rapidly as working in accordance with
the law will permit, and iit is expected
that it will be ready for ■occupancy by
January Ist. ,'?--
The arrangement of the building will
be such that a very j large number of
scholars can be accommodated, and par
ents who wish to put their children in
the best school in Eastern Washington
should come to Pullmai. -The best of
instructors have been engaged, and
school board and citjiions are taking
great interest in making tb.9 school per
fect in every detail. School will be held
in the old building until the new one
is ready. ' -a**
The Military college will open up
October sth, but it is uot yet decided in
what building, although it is quite
probable that a new college building will
be erected. If this is uot done then
temporary quarters will be engaged till
Lac old school buil ling is vacated by
the public school.
The Military college will consist of
four courses—preparatory, business,
academic and collegiate, and the tuition,
per term of twelve weeks, will be S8 in
the preparatory department, $9 in the
academic department, $10 in the colleg
iate and SlB in the business department.
Capt. F. L. Evans has been engaged
as tactician of the college, and will prove
a most valuable acquisition, as he is very
proficient in military tactics.
The commander is now making the
uecessary arrangements for opening the
school in October.
A Handsome Rt-C^ence.
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Palouse country is about to be erected
by L. M. Ringer in this town. The
house which will be built at the bead of
State street, will be 44x58 feet in size,
and three stories high. It is estimated
that the house with the other improve
ments will cost §20,000. An artesian
wejl is now being bored on the ground,
and the water iherefrom will be used in
fountains tn beautify the grounds.
Pullman is fast becoming a city of
homes. Men who have become well off
in this world's goods by t.lling the fertile
Palouse soil are seeking a home in Pull
man, and all who are building in the
>wn are trying to make the houses
nudcls of convenience and architectural
beauty. It is gratifying to note the
tabte used in the construction of the new
houses, and of the larger ones now being
built we can mention the beauties of A.
Reany, J. F. Hill and Mrs. Eichardeon,
and besides these the dozens of smaller
Death of J. C. Fullertou.
' J. C. Fullerton, who was well-known
throughout the Palouse country, and
who had many warm friends in lullman,
died at the residence of his father, near
Laredo, Mo., on Saturday, August Ist,
in his 28th year. About two months
ago Mr. Fullerton left for the east tj
Visit his father, but had been there only
a lew days when he was stricken with
paralysis, although he had been in poor
health for a long time. Everything
poss.b'.e was done for the sufferer, but to
■ no avails, and on August Ist the sorrow
i ing wife and relatives who surrounded
the bedside said the last farewell. A
wife, father, brother and sister mourn
the loss and have the sympathy of their
many friends here.
— Your attention is called to the ad.
of the Oregon State Normal School ap
pearing in the Herald. The faculty
and apparatus of this school is being
—Dr. Egbert, of Seattle, has been in
town this week.
—Capt. Evans is erecting a very neat
dwelling on College Hill.
—Work is progressing on the bridge
being built across the creak near the
Palace livery stable.
— Union Pacific Agent Raynard is
now living in the house lately erected
| by him in the southeast part of town.
—Arc Lights are being placed in the
Pullman Mercantile Co.'s store in place
of the incandescent lights before used.
—E. S. Meaney, of Seattle, press
• agent of th» Washington world's fair
; committee, was in town yesterday-
Gambling IHd It.
, Frank Brewer, the young man who
was engaged in H. C. Williamson's bar
ber shop, b«came interested in the game
, called "craps," which is being run in
town, and as a consequence S2O per
week wasn't sufficient to keep him go
ing, and last Wednesday he found him
self about 860 in debt to different per
-1 sons in the town.
Rather than face bib creditors Brewer
took a tie pass over the Northern at
apout midnight Wednesday and started
. toward Spokane. At Whelan the next
, morning he boarded the north bound
, passenger train; but Chns. Price,
I to whom Brewer owed a bill, suspected
, the young man's movement, and was
I aboard, and as a consequence both left
. the train after it had gained pretty good
headway. Mr. Price collected his bill,
[ which was small, and came back to Pull
Brewer also owed the Palace hotel for
board, and this M. C, True did not pro
pose to be beaten out of in this way,and
he started out after the decamper. He
overtook his man a few miles this side of
Palouse City, and after a litlie race of
about two and one-half miles brought
him bacn to Pullman, where he now is.
Brewer is a pleasant young man, and
had many friends in Pullman, and is not
faaturally vicious, but he was struck by
|he gambling curse, and by this was led
tb go astray. It will probably prore a
benefit to him in after years.
The Bottling: Works.
The building which is to be the home
of the Pullman Bottling works is being
erected on Main street, nearly across
from the furniture store. Thompson &
Neill are the proprietors of the enter
prise, and that they will make it a suc
cess is attested by the fact that the
swimming baths are a great success
under their management.
The machinery for the works will be
here in a few days, and the proprietors
say that they will be bottling temper
ance drinks before another week goes by.
Allthe popular temperance drinks will
be made, and as only the pure artesian
water will be used, and as this water is
fffund only in Pullman in the northwest,
it is safe to say that the Pullman Bot
, tjing works will be without competition.
The Artesian Fountain.
The fountain erected on the vacant
ground near the water works is now
spouting in the most approved style.
The cement basin is ten feet in diameter,
and absut throe feet deep, and from the
center of this a stream of water is
thrown to a height of eleven feet. The
water is thrown in spray to a height of
eleven feet, and the sight, as it falls
splashing and sparkling into tue basin
is one long to be remembered by a
stranger- Locks are to be placed in the
basin around the eenterpipe, which will
add materially to the beauty of the
—College Hill addition is becoming a
1 popular portion of the town. Within
the past week 25 lots have been sold in
that property by Thompson k Neill. Of
these lots G. W. Bailey purchased two;
F. L. Evans, two; W. H. Harvey, seven;
J. W. West, four; R. W. Taylor, two;
Thos. Allphin, three; Jas. McDonald,
three, and M. B. Myers and John Reese
each one. Lots are selling equally well
in all other parts of the town, and the
most of them are to be built upon.
Cast your lot in Pullman, the growing
town of the Palouse.
—Architect Swan has this week
drawn up plans for a double house to
be built by Bryant Bros. & Farr, on
Paradise street, near the residence of
Chas. Olmsted, which, when completed,
will be occupied by the families of
Messrs. Cheatham and Baker. Plans
have also been drawn for a cottage to be
built by J. C. Farr. near his present
residence on Grand street, the rooms of
which are to be rented when completed.
These ntw houses will be very neat.
—McConnell, Cnambers <v Co. have
purchased the brick building of John
Prentice, next to their mammoth store,
and will build to the rear of it to con
nect with the building lately erected by
them on Oleson street. They are also
erecting a brick building on Main street,
on the Bremer lot, which building, when
completed, will be occupied with the
—The Pullman Mercantile Co. is
erecting a grain warehouse near the
1 flour mill. It will be reached by the
1 Northern Pacific side track, now being
completed to the mill.
i —J. P. Dormer, the Moscow pugulist,
I was worsted in Spokane Wednesday
night by Cuffe, of California. The
fight lasted for eighteen rounds.
. —R. D. McConnell and daughter,
. Miss Jennie, of Moscow, were in Pull
man last Saturday.
r —D. M. Nulty, of the Johnson New
State News, was in town this morning.
. SAMPLES OF GRAIN.
1 Handsome Samples of the various Grains
r and GraBS3S are sent to Kail
A Palouse Grain Producer who takes
great Delight in Showing the East
what this Country can do.
E. J. Northern is probably one of the
1 best known wheat growers in the United
i States. The reason of this is that be
believes in experimenting with grain to
raise it to the greatest perfection, and
after he has grown it to perfection the
fact is advertised to the world.
This week Mr. Northeut has sent
handsome samples of his products to
different parts of the east, one box go
ing to officials of both the Northern
Pacific and Union Pacific railroads, and
one to Secretary of'Agrieuiture Rusk, at
Washingtoß, D. C. These shipments
were made at the request of the railroad
companies, and were carried by the roads
free of charge, The boxes contained
samples of the world known Northeut
giant wheat, and of flax, barley and
oats such as only the Palouse country
can grow, and besides these grains,
samples of the native bunch grass were
included. These boxes were labeled
'• Samples of grains from Pullman,
Whitman county, Washington," and
were sent on their iourney last Monday.
Mr. Northeut is in receipt of hundreds
of letters from parties in different parts
of the east who want to know the facts
concerning the Palouse country, and
write to him as they have seen his name
in connection with the reports of large
yields of wheat. Mr. Northcut answers
these, telling them the plain facts, and
no doubt much benefit will be derived
from the advertisement thus given.
Bunch of keys. Will pay liberal re
wan' to party finding and returning
Biime. H. H. Cheatham.
—Chaplain Bailey, of the Military
college, is building a residence in Col
lege Hill addition to Pullman.
--C; C. Lienallen, of Moscow, was in
town last Saturday.
—E. W. Taylor, of Johnson, was in
the city last Tuesday.
—R. C. McCroskey, of Garfield. was
in Pullman yesterday.
—W. M. Chambers is in Portland.
—Hon. W. J. McConnell is in San
Francisco on a business trip.
—Wheat is today 60 and t>4 cents per
—The farmers' warehouse, 42x200
feet in size, is now being endoa d.
—McKenzie & Baird are having on
addition built to their flour mill. The
addition will be used as a warehouse.
—Pullman never boomed, but she is
outgrowing any other city in Eastern
—Rev. John E. Williams, of Moscow,
will preach in the Methodist church
next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
The Union Pacific system have on sale
excursion and single trip tickets of all
classes, to all points, which are sold at
reduced rates daily for regular trains.
Our car of Furniture is here. It con
tains a full line of chairs, kitchen safes
and cupboards; extension, kitchen and
center tables; book cases; desks and
lounges. V. & W
I have a limited quantity of chopped
feed which I will seli for cash or on short
time with approved notes.
H. H. CHEATHAM,
Room 8 over the Bank of Pullman.
The agents of the Union Pacific sys
tem are provided with railroad and steam
ship tickets to all points east, as well as
to and from foreign ports.
Yotnra men! We can furnish yon al
most anything you need to wear in the
harvest field at the lowest cash prices.
Walter Ruble & Co. tf
For a good SI per day house go to the
Grand Hotel. Meals 25 cents. A. C.
Towneb, proprietor. tf
Latest thing out.—Collodion emul
sion, or new process photographs, at
Pillows from the highest grade to the
cheapest at eastern prices at V. & W's
School books and school supplies, at
White's drug store.
Try Walter Ruble & Co. for groceriesr
boots, shoes, etc.
Wasted: 200 men to get bargains
in shoes, specially adapted for the har
vest field, at Walter Ruble & Co.'s. tf
At West's variety store there are 5. 10
and IS cent counters. Agent for Lyon
<fe Healy's organ. Next to postoffice
West 'has added a second-hand de
partment; furniture, sewing machines
etc. Next to post offi.ie.
$2.00 PER YEAR
Beforo purchasing railroad and steam
ship tickets, consult agents Union Pa
Farmers wanting loans should call on
Ryrie k Baikie, nt Pullman, or Moscow.
Loans had through them raay, at the
borrowers option, be pnid in full or by
installments, without bonus. Insurance
and real estate business also promptly
attended to. tf
THE PULLMAN LAUNDRY.
The Pullman Laundry is the place to
got your laundry work done on short
notice. Also agency for the Spokane
Steam Laundry for white shirts. W. O.
Miner, proprietor, located on north side
of N. P. R. R. (39tf)
Mrs. C. L. Jackson, millinery and
Jressiuaking. first house south of Rice's
ohicksmiih shop. 23tf
We hnve three of the celebrated No
7, "American" sewing machines, which
we will sell at a bargain, not having room
to carry them. Ykddkb & Windcs. tf
The largest variety and finest stylet
of lounges, bed lounges and couches cv-
Br seen in Pullman haß just arrived at
V. & W's. tf
Do not fall to see the new process
photos, ar, Taylor's gallery.
The largest assortment of spectacles
in town ut White's
For spectacles go to A. White's.
Brvant Bros. & Farr having sold
their meat market to Jackson & McNal
iy, give notice that all bills or accounts
contracted with the market before the
7th inst. are payable by and to the said
Bryant Bros. k Farr. All parties are re
quested to call and settle at once. Of
lice in Hattrup building, on Main street.
Also all old Bryant Bros. k Farr livery
stable accounts must be settled at once.
Bryant Bros. & Fabb.
One No. 3, Hodges Header, in good
shape, with four beds, Terms to suit
purchaser. Inquire of J. C. Furr, at
Bryant Bros. & Farr's office, Pull
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
(First lii«-rtion July dl.)
Land otlice at Walla Walla, Wash.,
July 23, ISUI. Notice is hereby given that the
following-named .-cltler liaa hleil notice of hU
intention to make bnal homestead commutation
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be inuilu before the County Clerk and • lurk
of Court of Whitman county, Washington, at
Colfax, Washington, on Berrtember Ist, 1891, at
1U o'clock, a. vi., viz:
Final commuUition homestead pi oof, entry No,
47UG, for tlio lols 1, 2 and a, beet. 8, tp. 15 N,
it 4ti e\v in. He I— the luliowing witnesses
to prove hia continiiuiia residence upou, and cul
tivatiou of, t-aiil land, viz: L. M. ollint, Iver
liurk, Jauies Nifoug, David Fleener all of Mos
cow P. 0., Idaho. ED. C. KOSa, liegister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(First Insertion July 24, lB'Jl. i
Land Ornce at Walla Walla, Wask.,
July 15th, lh'Jl. Notice is hereby given that the
followiiitr-naiu. d settler has hied notice of hii
intention to make linu! pruof in support of run
claim, and tliui said proof will be made before
tliH oiintv Clerk and Clerk of Court of Whitman
C'ouuty, Washington, at Colfux, Washington, on
August 2'J, IH'JI, viz:
MAIU'IN VV. LOW.
Final homestead proof, entry No. 3318, for the
XX SV» 4 . Sec. 2, Tp. U N, X 45, E WM.
lie names the toilowing wuirmwh to prove his
continuous n sidei.ee uytm, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Y. L. Titus, of Palouse City,
Wash , G. 8. Evans, of Palouse City, Wash.,
James S. Adams, of Colfax, Wash., Henry Neel,
of Pullman, Wash. ED. C. KO6B, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(First Insertion July 24, lB'Jl)
Land Olfiee at Walla Walla, Wash.,
July 22, 1891. Notice is hereby given that the
foilowing-uamed Bettler has tiled notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the County Clerk and Clerk of Court, of Whit
man county, Washington, at Colfax, Washington,
on September 4, lain, at 1U o'clock a. m., vn:
AI.ONZo li. MKTsKEK.
D. S. No.- 7;j7lj, Pre-emption proof for the N. Xf
N. E. >4, N. } N. W. X, beet. 25. tp. 15 N, K.
45 c. w. m. lie names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon, ana cul
tivation of, said land, viz: J. Wilson, I. D.
Hershey, W. E. Ruckle, K. P. Armes, ail of Pull
man, Wash. ED. C. IIOHH,
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
[First insertion July 10, 18»1.J
In the Superior Court of the county of Whitman,
Mate of Washington.
State of Washington, )
' ouuty of Whitman, J M
Sidney A. Green, plaintitf, vs. Nancy V. Green,
The State of Washington
To the above-named Defendant: Yoa are bere
by notihed that Sidney A. Green, plaintiff, has
filed a complaint against you in ihe superior
court of the county oi Whitman, state of Waah
ington, which will come on to be heard sixty
days attar the first publication of this summon*,
>-wit: biny days after July 11th, and nnles*
you appear and answer the same on or before
the luth day of September A. 1»., 1891, the same
will be taken as confessed, and th« prayer of
said complaint granted. The object and prayer
of said complaint is to dissolve the bonds of
matrimony now and heretofore existing between
the above named plaintiff and defendant, and
that plaintiff have the care and custody of three
minor children, the issue of taid mirriage, and
such other and further relief as may be just in
the premises, all of which more fully appears in
flainiff's complaint, on nic in this omr«.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court,
this 6th day of July A. D., 1891.
[sealJ J. L. Lindley, Clerk.
t^_ ™ By W. A. White, Deputy.
Bull & Bitll, Plaintiff's Attorneys.
NOTICE FOX BIDS.
Notice is hereby given that the board of di
rectors of school uisirict JSo. 59 of Whitman
county, state of Washington, will receive bide
for excavating school house site, according to
plans and specifications, bids to be received on
til August 22, A. D. 1891, at 3 o'clock, p. m • all
bids to be sealed and tiled with H. J. Jackson
chairman of board of directors, at hie office
Pullman, Wash. Said plans and specifications
can Le seen at the office of chairman of said
board. Each bid mn*t be accompanied by a
bond of $a) 0, conditioned that if bidder is
awarded contract vhat he will comply with the
conditions of his bid.
The board reserve the right to reject any and
all bids. ■. . >'•
By order of the board of directors. *"
Pullman, Wash., August 14, A. D. 1891rf^
r-, , t V" H. E. MBRRIMAN,
Clerk school district No. 59, Whitman oounrr
Wa»h. 4l^, y»
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