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PULLMAN HERALD COLFAX. From (iazette, Nov. !). I!. W. Taylor and family will go to Oregon soon, to spend the winter. Charles Cole, of near town, has pur chased the Munlocii ranch on Spring Hat. It is said that sheep men have ad vanced the price .50 cents per head since. the election. / Caps. Samson, the well known Snake river steamboat man, died this v,"eek and was buried at Almota on Thursday. The recent rains have r-iised the North Paloose sufficiently t> enable the Colfax Milling company to run without diffi culty. — ~"" ni'nij Tlnmnv-innrr- are moving the bridge building along with all possible dispatch. The bridge at Elberton has been completed. Work has been com menced on those of this city and the others will follow in their turn. The fall planting of fruit treos prom ises to be very large in the Palouse country. Exhibitions in this line at the late fair have proven to settlers beyond a doubt that this is a great fruit corn try. Every laud-owner should have an orchard. H. Hollingsworth, Dr. Pocock, Cy I'rivett ami O. G. Fehler have just re turned from a fishing and hunting expe-1 dition of a few days in the mountains. They bagged seven deer and gathered in any amount of the finny tribe. Miss Lelia Bowman while out riding with a party of young folks at Tampa, Monday evening, was thrown from the vehicle by the breaking of the seat. The hind wheel passing over her shoulder, injuring her lungs. Bleeding ensii^,'< but her condition is not lvga^jißli ;;s dangerous. ,-, Capt. Jas. Ewart ■;; I ,n James Woodly j have formeJjiis^'pTirtnership in the l\ir nitvu'p.X^rtsines.s. The new firm will lie* *;.aown as J. P. Ewari * Co. '"■—' ' -~~ j .Union Pacific Railway Oi<etroi| bljof't Jcino. ( Through Pullman Slwikts ami Modern Day Couches to Omaha. Council Bluffs ami Kansas City making DIBKCT CONNECTIONS to the cities of DENVEIi, CHEYENNE, SALT LAKE CITY (XiDEN. COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA,' KANSAS CITY. ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, and nil points in the East ami South. * Itagyttyr checked through from I'ull (ikmi to nil points named. FAMILY SLEEPERS FREE ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. For further information regarding territory traveled, rates of fare, descriptive pamphlets, etc apply <<> nearest agent of the Union Pacinc lUiiwav or 0. H. & N. Co.. or address " H. H. BROWN, Agent, Pullman. J. S. Tkbbets, G. P. 4 T. A.. * Omaha, Neb. A. L. MAXWELL, G. P. A T. A., O. B. & N.Co. 2 Portlnnii. Oregon. WILLIAM NEWTON, Attorney & Counselor Law, PULLMAN., w. T. Money to Loan on Real Estate at the Lowest Rates of Interest. All LogaJ Business promptly attended to. . ■'Taxes paid for non-residente. Collection promptly made and remitted. BARNEY HATTRUP, proprietor Pullman Sample Room COR. or MAIN and GRAND STS. Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Perfect order maintained and gentle manly treatment to every one. PULLMAN, - - ■ W. T. I INSURE! WITH >***^ XV. V. \VIM)IS, (he i**"**»n wurancejuwnl of fMllman. Bepre -.-•■■ TTi? Oldest and Ijitrgi'st Fire , Companies in England .•i;id America. Insure with a IIOMK AGENT who will I'HOTECT YOUR INTERESTS at all times. FIRE, LIFE, MARINE .■■ i ■-.'■_".-■■■■.■. . . ■■,"'.■■■- ■ ■. W. ('. EAUDEK. OUST WIKLVSD. LAUDER & WIKLUND, General Contractors in Earth, Brick and Stone. Contracts will l>e made in any part of the Congty, and satisfaction guar anteed in all our work. PULLMAN, : : WASH. TER. J. I). KIRKWOOD, PULLMAN, W. T. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 m.. and 1 to 4 p. m. STEWART BLOCK, MAIN ST. MARK 0. TRUES Palace Livery Stable, PULLMAN. W. T. The Finest of Teams, Saddle-Horses, AND BUGGIES ALWAYS ON HAND. AND DRIVERS SUPPLIED WHEN DESIRED. Rates are Reasonable "TRY ME." ("or. Paradise and Pine St». E. W. Downen & Co. <» Dealers in Real Estate^ POST-OFF" "*• l '--iia;>- Farms Bought & Sold AND MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate at the lowest rates. FIRE INSURANCE WRITTEN in first-class companies. LEGAL INSTRUMENTS CAREFUL- Iv executed. Bnxiness placed in my hands will receive prompt and carefnl attention. Frank Truax, . Proprietor m ■ I I ■ T" I Pullman Livery, heed —AND — SALE STABLES. Finest Turnouts in the City. Horeef boarded for any length of time at the most reasonable rates, and particular attention paid to TRANSIENT STOCK. iy AS AN AUCTIONEER I claim to "take the cake," and am always on hand to attend to bnßiness in that line. (iRAND ST., PULLMAN.