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Mrs. Annie Fanpihar is slowly re covering from a severe illness Macbeth to-morrow night at Olyiu pia Theater, by the Ward 1 lowers Co. Miss Ollie Parker, a former Olympia student, is visiting old friends in this city. ttlympia small hoys arc exchanging their rubber slings for compressed air guns. I lie Seventh si reel railroad cut be gins to look like a lag hole in the ground. Ihe last vestige of depot has been removed from Teniiio to the new junction. Mr. N. S. Porter is building a large business ho isc on his Franklin street property. Mrs. \\. N. Harris and daughter, Hazel, of Seattle, are visiting relatives in the city. Married, in this city, Thursday evening, Joseph Zamberlin and Miss Emma Stuth. Mr. T. C. Van Kpp*' new office, un joining Ids resilience, in receiving a coat of paint. Mrs. L. M. Sixer is preparing to rc inove into her new residence on Kighth street. The children of the public schools arc having a most welcome Raster week vacation. Long bridge is now completely skirted on either side with husinet-s improvements. The graders resumed work 011 Fourth street at the corner ofTlum street, this week. I). R. Barry, a Justice of the Peace at Bucoda, has resigned his office to remove to Olympia. ft is announced that the County Assessor, .Janies A. Smith, will open an office in Temple Flat. If you wnnt to see lively railroad work go out and watch the workmen on the Moxley creek trestle. "The Future of the American In dian" will lie discussed at the Unity Cluh next Monday evening. Tumwater has received a large in flux of settlers during the past two weeks, and they are still coming. Prof. Roberts has resigned hi< posi tion as organist of St. John's Church, a place he has filled many years. A fifty-foot bill board has l»een erected at Pcrcival dock for the use of the opera bouse, by Manager Hannn. Mrs. P. I), Moore, wife of the State Librarian, returned Sunday from a six months' visit to relatives in New York. Mr. George Gaston is making prepa rations to resume the shipment of logt from near Teninn to Olympia tide water. The street railway com pany has a force of men at work putting down rails on Fourth street, east of the bridge. A pleasant sociable was held at the residence of Rev. T. J. Lament, of the Presbyterian church, last Monday evening. C. R. Carroll, foreman of the Morn iny Olympian, visited Portland this week, to obtain further supplies for that journal. The funeral of Mrs. Lucy E. Millan took place to-day at the fumily resi dence corner of Eleventh and Boun dary streets. Mrs. A. J. Chambers and Mrs. Retta White left Tuesday morning to visit relatives and friends in Oakland and Santa Rosa, Cal. Another section of sidewalk has lieen put down on the south side of Fourth street bridge, between the Opera House and Chestnut street. Mr. T. Stapleton, proprietor of the Columbia hotel, visited I/ewis county this week, to look after some property interests he has there. Mi*. A. R. Elliott, of thin city, left a few »l«ys ago for I/os Angeles, Cnl., to visit relatives and friends, and for the henetit of her health. Read the advertisement of the new town of Viora in this issue. You can double your money in a short time by purchasing lots "on the ground floor.' Services will be held in the German language at the Congregational Church, Sunday, at 3 o'clock p. v., by llev. J. C. Willers. All Germans are cordiallv invited. Roy M. To/.ier visited Portland a few days ago, and while there invested some spare money in Eastside realty, near Mount Tabor, the pleasure re sort of Oregon's metropolis. Mr. Thompson is constantly receiv ing the latest novelties in wall paper, mouldings, pictures, and house deco rations. Store on Columbia street, op|M>site the Carlton House. Mr. Conwall, of Seattle, has lieen awarded the contract for erecting T. M. Reed's building, but it lias not yet 1.. ii definitely iD ti rii)in< il whether tin -trurtiiri will be twn nr t!■ r«-<> t r:• -in !■• i'st M 11 urn i in in i ~f i>l \ mil., II II 111 I,u I !i 11.1 •Ii 11-111, |. HI ijvi ,| tn dax. 1.1 |T« lit at tin War. I. !!•.«. rs i ngag. tin ut at olyuipjn l ln ati-r. i tti.li'ii it. tin i ; t. t ..I i: ,-t -!•!• .1,1.1 I "-• l.ii i n unit', i-f tx i.!■ ..i.l (•Mi During l.i- ri-i.|. in-.- i.f f..nr \. ir- in tin- . ity. r. I'., tin 1 l,a- n.a I. iiiany watm tm tnl- wlm will mi-- lmn 111 tin xaiinlli atlair- iif lifr. i apt .1 .1 (tills rt.i.f tin I'. S (Vast surxex ri tiirnnl Irnin >a*i Frain i-i n, Willi 11i- wifi I'ui-.lax Hi- will ma I. w day -r. -uin. 11i- w• •i k nil tin- tiulf • f tii i• rl!i■ i in San In.in euintx. tin' mcih la-t yi ir'- • ij.i r 11i-•!) i. M .I'.liii'- i litif.li i- haxing tln -11nt-lii1 1l; t.'ii.li.i p.it mi tlm main auditorium ut tlnir I>■ .illlillll littli i ilifn I In' pipi- organ. v ill Mum arrivi- frntn tin' F.i-t ami an nriiami ii tal -tallied gl.i-s window 1 from l-iiinlnn. Slnltnii has contracted witli tin t'lynipia I'ipc ('. fur |it,l*Nl fiat nf wati r main, rangiui: from < iglit In tw itn lies in iliami tit, to in-tituti- a watrr -> -11 in fnr tiro purpose- ami Of no-In -npph The consideration In I'f paid tin com pan v for tin* service • aiipli ti j. $7 IMS! in i-ijjlit-pi ri • lit. negotiable I'iiinl". Rev. r. M. Johnson • >ri. a resilient nf Eastside, ilieil alter a lingi riny; illness •>f many mnntlis. at 10 Weilnesilay mailt lie was a patient suH'crcr but ileatii doubtless came as a welcome relief from tlic slow tortures of ilisease. lie was ."rti years of up'. Tin' greater portion nf lijs life was ilevnteil to ministry in tin* Flpiscopal church. He was fnr a time pastor nf tli.it t linreli at Chchalis. He leaves a family, con sisting of a wife, daughter (Mrs. Ben heimer) ami son William. Tin* t'alatliea College students will give a pnlilic cntertaiment at Olympia Theater, on Friday evening. the 17th in-t.. to c *ll—ist nf dramatic ami timsi eal slireils. ami a play designed to rcp resi nt the ihtlereiiee hetweon i»lil selionl systems ami the new in teach ing the young idea how to shoot. The exhibitions of this institution have Always heen amusing and instructive, and it is expected that this, with ample stage and scenic accessories, will surpass all former cll'orts. The new Ilaptist society organized in this place, consisting principally of meinhi rs of the old organization who have taken cards frimi that congrega tion, arc: John C. Houglass, Annette C. Douglass, (Icorge Savidge, Sarah A. Savidge, F. M. Canady, 1,. M. Sizer, Fannie W. Austin, Mary L. Ilurntrager, J. 1,. Hindtunn, H. Spillinan, J. A. Kirl.v, A. E. Cunadav, M. Fl. Jones, W. 11. Kirhv, A. A. Itindman. Cora Ahshire, Arthur J. Douglass, Albert 1.. Douglass, Hattic 11. Stnedlcy, W. M. Ogle. Laura Fl. Class. Oncof the hest indications that'our city is assuring metropolitan import ance is afforded by a visit to the works of the Olympia Light and Tower Co., at Turn water. The immense dynamos that light our streets are not the only objects of interest, hut others are nearly ready to supply the |iower for the incandescent system to be used in interior illumination, as well as for the various manufacturing enterprises that require |>owcr for running their ma chinery. The local |tow<"r-houae is not yet built, hut the machinery has been set up and nj>erutod for a time in an old building adjoining their lot on' Main street. Everything is first-class, and the results cannot fail of giving |>erfect satisfaction. " Another unfortunate weary of life," j crossed the dark river sometime Sun- I ■lav night. Monday morning the body of a woman was discovered floating on the water near the Schneider place, 011 West aide. The Coroner was noti-1 fied, and the remains were brought to Harned's undertaking establishment, for burial, and found to be nil that , was mortal of Leo Aldsiit, a woman of ; the town, who had become notorious from the results of strong drink and ; morphine. She was about 2.'» years of 1 age, hut appeared much older from the dissipation which wrecked body j as well as soul. It is thouglu that liecoming despondent and desperate j from the use of these isiwcrful agencies , she delilierately sought rest by a plunge lienejth the blue waves of old j ocean. 1 The body of a man was found in the woods about three miles west of town, Monday, by a party of •hunters. The features were of a man 5.1 years of age. His face was thin with gray l»eard aliout four inches long nnd gray hair. Tl?e Isnly was attired in blue duck pantaloons, with ruhlier boots and rubber coat. His pockets were empty, nor could anything tie found to indicate bis identity. Life hnd evi dently been extinct several weeks, for the cheeks were stinker and the tlesh of his hands hail liecn pecked away, probably by birds. The body was placed in a coffin by the Coponer's jury and with considerable difficulty brought from the thicket in which it was found. After awaiting identifica tion at Harned's undertaking estab lishment, the remains were interred without the slightest clue as to his individuality. STATE NEWS. Bolton Kodgcrs has succeeded Mon roe as Chief of Police at Seattle. Wheat was <l7 cents a bushel at Wuitsburg Saturday, the highest price paid in years. The city of Blaine is about to re incorporate, to remedy the defects of an illegal incorporalion about a year ago. Sheriff Woolerv, of King county, will present Oscar Brown of Enum claw with the flag which he proposes to hoist on the top of Mount Rainier. Andrew Peters, a rancher of Snoho mish county, went deer hunting last week and, losing his way, wandered ultout four days before he reached a house. He was nearly alaived. The Seattle Flour Company has been formed with s■> 15,0 0 capital, and propose to go ahead with the . raction of a fKMM.arrel mill <>U the opposite side of the hay from the city. All the Kpipments of the Northern Pacific depot at Tcnino were loaded upon cars and taken to the new sta tion at the junction. A few finishing touches will put everything in running order at that point. -WOLYMPIA PARK!!#- Will be Placed upon 1 lie Market MONDAY, MABCH 30, IS9I. —————————— —————————— Lots SSO Each; sls Cash, Balance $5 per Month. PRICES WILL POSITIVELY BE ADVANCED TO SIOO PER LOT ON OR BEFORE MAY I, 1891. We reserve the right to advance prices without notice. Our contract on this property only runs thirty days. Come and take advantage of the extremely low prices. You will not have an other such chance offered you for many a day. THE ELECTRIC MOTOR ROAD WILL BUILD THROUGH THIS ADDITION. They must commence construction within 60 days. Remember date: The sale opens March 30,1891. L-A-OE-X: &c FORREST, 4x2: J MAI> STREET. The first death front la grippe oc etirred in Taconta Sunday morning. The Western Union telegraph line is now completed to Montesano and to the lower wharf. The instruments have not yet arrived, hut are expected dailv. Nelson If. Whittaker, of Taeoma, proposes to put u match factory in operation at lilaine, asking for in land from the citizens, So,(XK) of which has already been raised. Within twenty-five miles of Olympia is a tin mine which promises to de velop into a valuable property. It is in Mason county, near Shelton. The ore has hecn tested in a crude way and found to he rich in that metal. A large number of counterfeit dol lars have hecn Heating around Belling ham Hay towns for the past few days. The counterfeit is very clumsily made, the only resemblance is the face of it. which is particularly good. It is made of lead, and it seems that hut little attempt was made to give it the ring or feeling of silver. In the I'uyallup sawmill on the 20th ult., a workman named Poster caught the sleeve of his shirt in the teeth of the siiw and was drawn to it His neck came in contact with the rapidly revolving circular saw and his head was cut completely from the body. The deceased came here a few days ago from lowa. He leaves a widow and family. * Oversfd.OOO worth of goods consigned 1 to Hlaine people was lost in the acci ! dent to the Eliza Anderson in Decep i lion pass Saturday morning, says the Seattle Pout-Intelligencer. The steamer : was on its regular weekly run to that . city with a heavy cargo. She came through the pass with a very strong i tide, and about (i o'clock soon after I getting through, was carried onto a i reef within forty feet of the rocky shore of Fldalgo island. The captain ; feared that the steamer would break in two when the tide went out, and (ordered the cargo thrown overboard. Fifteen head of horses and twelve head 'of cattle belonging to L. M. Lapointe wgre driven overboard. Two valuable ' horses were drowned and another was I ruined by injuries received on the i rocks. Instead of swimming to Fidal [go island the horses in their fright swam around the steamer and struck ' out into the straits, some swimming ' out as far as six miles. A tine piano belonging to VV. 11. Pinckney, late of Seattle, was thrown overboard and ! sunk like a stone. Other valuable ar ticles of household furniture belonging ,to Mr. Pinckney were also lost. A ! large amount of merchandise and ! meats, consigned to local dealers, was j also lost. The tide left the steamer ' high and dry, hut fortunately her keel was supported the whole length and i no serious damage was done to the i hull, which was held upright by cables from the shore and by the rocks. 9.100 Reward. Buy a lot in Olympia Park for $"(0, i sls cash, balance $5 per month. In one year you can sell it for $550, thus receiving a reward of SSOO for your : SSO investment. J.ACEY & FoKKESt. Ojlmpla Park. Buv a lot in Olympia Park for SSO, sls cash, balance $5 per month. LACEY & FORREST. Try a pair of glove fitting Kangaroo shoes to be had only of Brown & Ferriss. ! For the latest styles in spring Der by's and soft hats go to Brown &. Fer riss. Oljrmpla Park. Lots SSO, sls cash, balance $5 per ( ' month. LACEY & FORREST. Or. Uann'* Iminovfd L»v*r Pill*. These Pills are the result of a life time study and practice of one of the best physicians our country l as ever known. They are a combination of vegetable remedies so finely prepared and concentrated that it takes only one small pill for a dose. As they contain 110 mercury, and being coated with pure sugar by a new process, delicate ladies tind pill-taking now a pleasure.. They never gripe or sicken, and will not interfere with your daily work. Sold at 25 cents al>ox by Marr A Boas. A Sure Cure for I'll, .. Itching Piles are known by mois ture like perspiration, causing intense itching when warm. This form as well as blind, bleeding and protruding, yield at once to I)r. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly on the parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a jiennanent cure, 50c. Druggists or mail; treatise free. Dr. Bosanko, Pi<pia, O. Sold by Marr & Boss. Spring Nrdii'inp. l)r. Dunn's Improved Liver Tills on account of their mild action are especially adapted for correcting spring disorders, such as impure blood, tired brain and aching and worn out body. They act promptly on the liver and kidneys; drive out all im purities from the blood, and malaria from the system. Only one pill for a dose. Try theni this spring. Sold at 25 cents a box by Marr A Boss. A- Sure Cure for Piles. Itching Piles arc known by moisture like perspiration causing intense itch ing when warm. This form, as well as blirfW, bl ceding anil protruding, yield at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly on the parts affect ed, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a permanent cure. 50c. Drug gists or mail; treatise free. Dr. Bo sanko, Piipia.O. Hold by Makk <fc Ross. Worse than l.eproiy, is cutai ib. and there is but one prepara tion that does cure that disease, and that is the Calif rnia Positive and Nega tive Electric Linamcni. Sold by Marr & Ross. It also cures neuralgia, rheuma tism, headache, sprains, burns and all pain. Try it and tell your neighbor where to get it. Cnly One ill lh« I'. S. Out of 1.357 cough syrups manufac tured in the I*. S., hut one has been found to bo entirely free from opiates and that is the California Positive and Negative Electric Cough Cure which is the best on earth for coughs, cold croup, etc- Sold by Marr & Ross. En iii-uisn, runs high at Marr's & Ross drug store over System Builder as every body in using it for Catarrh of the Stomach, Dyspepsia, Constipation and Impure Blood and to build up the system it cer tainly possesses wonderful merit when all speak so well of it. CHESTERFIELD, Sterling Silver, Stargo, Tom Burke, liazelwood, F. W. Samuels Salvator and Spring Valley are atnong the leading brands of li<|Uors. Sold only by W. A. Botkin, 000 Fourth street. Just received, direct from the Metro politan Cigar Factory, the finest Ha vana* ever sold in Olympia, at Pacific House Barber Shop. tf PABST'S Milwaukee Bottled Beer and other leading brands at Wholesale Li quor House, W.I Fourth St., Olympia Wash. FINE quality of Table Claret |2.50 per dozen, at Wholesale Liquor House, W) Fourth St., Opera House building. When you look at the mftle sign just step in and get your A 1 Ha vana*. tf A WOMAN'S FACE IS HER FORTUNE tnpSlMM's Co^xioir^' After a few (lavs' use will Perinanent 11>- Remove all Blotches, Mollis, Pimples | ami Freckles, producim; an Koiranclnir ly Heautiral Com■ texlon that shames the use of powders and creams. HVir rtntriiperfectly riiiniileiw. Sold by all lead* iiiK druKKi' slH at fi-uOperbo* of 100 wa fers. Dr. Simm s Safe Periodical Wafers Are sure and reliable for all female irreg ularities. Price W.* per box. Sent by mail (secure) 011 receipt ot price. War ranted to contain no "Tansy "or "Ptn nvroyal." "Per sale by PACIFIC DRUU CO., 813-89 Olvmpiu, W. T, Better than Ever! A STIC'IPATINO a still better business the ap /V prunehiiiK season, the proprietor of the GOLD Il.Vlt j RESTAURANT I Will make renewed effort to secure popular ap proval. lie lecls a very gratifying sense of I pride IN tlie evident fact that his efforts no far I have been appreciated, and this will serve as a I constant incentive to attain a still higher de- I gree of excellence. I The table* ate always supplied with the sub stantials us well as the delicacies of the seasou Meals at all lloum. Day and Xight. LAWRENCE CORMIER. Olynipla. Anriljo, ISSM. OLYMPS MUSIC ROOMS. Pianos i Organs! OTYLES and prices to suit all. Easy payments O Large reduction on cash aalea. ll*u<!Nome •tool and cover given with each instrument' •old. EXTRA STOOLS AM COVERS FOR SALE. We purpose making ttils TJIK MUSIf) STOHK of Ulytnpia. .Shall be plea.-, I to bare you call, even though you ere not ready to buy. MHS. 8. M. ¥. JONES. TJB Stuart Building, opposite Public Square. TKLKI IIONK CALL, 50u. MFS-KNGKR CALL P. A. WOOD & CO., Wholesale and retail dealers in Wines, Liquors and Cigars No. TOO Pacific Avenue, TACOMA, « - W ASHI\CJTO\. BODEGA BAR CONNECTED. Family trade a specialty. Free delivery of all liaodn Inside City limit*. February 21.1590 tl Central Market. JAMES UitEWKR, Prop. DEALER IN FRESH AND CORED MEATS. Larl, Tallow, VegetaMea, Etc. Corner Main and Fifth Street.. floods delivered in auy par of the city free " Ohmpla. Sept. 28. 'BBO. tf THE OFFICE, FOURTH STREET, BET. MAIN AND COLUMBIA. OLYMPIA, WASH. CALL AND bEE ME. J. H. W ILSON, 1 rop 0!j mpi., Jan- 25, Iff*. tf JUST I3STI SMC Mi MING FURNISHING GOODS, Boots and Shoes and Hats, Have just arrived. These goods are from the best manufac turers in the East, and will be sold at the lowest possible prices. You are entitled to call and examine our stock and we are confident we can convince you that the place to trade is at BROWN & FERRISS m2O Odd Fellows Block, Olympia. W. A. BOTKIN, WHOLESALE ItKAI.KR IN lines, Liquors and Cigars SOLE AGENT FOK THE CELEBRATED Fredericksburg Bottled and Draft Beer, Pabst's Milwaukee Export Bottled Beer THE FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY. Keeps constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of the finest Imported and Domestic Wines and Liquors, to which he calls special attention. Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. OPERA HOUSE BUILDING, ja'23-tf 609 Fourth St., Olympia, Wash. T. J. McI3RANEY, DEALER IN damp, Buggies, Wagons, ROAD CARTS, PLOWS AND tASRICULTURIi^IMPLEMEHTSIPXtn^iiiiiOS^ Horseshoeing ancl General Blacksmithing*< Columbia Street, bet. Fifth and Sixth, Olympia, Wash, pt. 12, 1890. tf Located in Section Two, Towntdilp Sixteen, Range Three West, W. M., on the Tacoma, <>l> inpia & U ray's Harbor Hal I road. Twelve Miles S W from Olympia Win:UK TilK UAILUn.Vh CUossKS THK BEAUTIFUL VALLEY OF BLACK RIVER. -TilKol 011 THE Best Body of Farming Land in Thurston County. The farms in tin- precinct now U'ing cultivated can pmdue* 2,00 ( ) tons of hay ami other crop- in proi tort ion. There are large Ixnlics of good tiinlier that can l>e easily floated down the river to this place. At tliis point the far-famed Wuddell crock, with it* great 1 urn I tot ing and agricultural resources, empties its waters into Hlack Kitrr from the west. From the Fast comes Heaver creek draining n large Imdy of what I* known as Heaver lands, also giving a fine water power, not exceeding four hundred yards from the depot. There is also fine timber, loth fir and cedar, accessible from thin stream. VIORA Is located in the center of a large and growing community, with four county roads leading' to it, and others will be peti tioned for at the next meeting of ithe Board of County Commis sioners. This point, located as it Is In a dry and healthftal plaee, with the grandest of scenery, cannot fail to attract the attention of I | the tourist and those looking for a place to commence business* Negotiations are now pending for the building of a ; Steam Saw Mill, CAPABLE OF CUTTINC 40,000 FEET DAILY, j Which when completed will add much to the interest of the place. I I . The railroad comjiany, seeing the groat advanutagiM of tiiia point, j heen to great laW and expense preparing large ami commodious depot ; grounds, and arc now driving piles foe the bridge across the river. As ! soon as the tunnel through Olympia is completed, track-laying will commence, and it will lie hut a short time until trains will lie here. The land owners at this jioint, owing to the many and gmrt natura' advantages have l>cen induced To Plat a Few Acres NEAR THE DEPOT, A part of which is now on the market and offered at very low prices. Parties wishing to engage in businos* of any kind at a point only 25 minutes ride from the Capital City, where land is cheap, and awgy from many of the vices of largo cities, would do well to examine this point. April 3, 1891.