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I vv ti.'i san pr* vailing. I nil ■ n .tl in xt Sunday. N. \t Mo: .1 iv i- May Day. I ' I: • . - an :n l-h -s nil. Mr- id Taleott is recovered fron ' n* ha- I '.IIII in all jls mil* It iI \ 1 I■ r. v• : of ~-1111 * in. i- at lln 1 .ir'.ton. "•(r. ne i at will re. .mxene M . s, ''i M a NJ, \J k< uis <*n a v isd to s. .Lite . I'e I- Allf no eliighi nigols an- now i •*"- tiling. I t., mtv f'oinmi--iom rs vvdl ■ - * t Mondav Mrs. it \ Itovveii is vonlliu d to hei i. mo hv dim -s. Ihe mud is rapidly disappearing - mi ■ >ti r street a. lie 1 eiiner r<-id* in e on Kastsidc i- Icing r* pair* *l. \ n iml.er of family picnics will oc cur ie vt M mda*. \rtl ir I.ili-. tie inrniturs dealer, ha- he n -put*- ill. 1 >h II llyrne. tin* gr-KHtr, paid a visit t • S* attle the- we. k. • apt .1 .1 (tills.rt is visiting hi 'a! her n> ir I'. irtland. Ih> -tat*- Hoard of Health meets 111 tills ejly neAt Week. Miss Minnie 1-.. k•-rt has gone to I eeU, South I Ukola. Mrs. K. Tax lor. of Si attle, is the guest of Mi-. Kol.t Kro-t A daughter was (torn to the wife ol K crombie satur*lay. Daniel Sutherland ami lena taylor have Is . II h< cll-ed to wed Yt-st.-rdav ll ' l'hlli, was the Klilu vi r-arv ..I Odd Fellow-hip s. * ii tat v ol »I at*- I'll* e has ri turned fr mi 1 .-li rii \\ ashinglon. "l loh 11 s Chureli i« to have a sir pill ' <1 I lioir ol twenty Isos. 'has I II trim an will leave for I'airl \ugc|R« in A lew ala\» W I' M Ital'lahl ri turned fruiii a trip In lai'uiiia l.iat evening, I hi- euiiimeila emenl exefi ivi a uf the «> « I will U lie Id M•> Kith. Mr. I.afwaral I,tinge i. aluwlv re a aavt riiiu fiaim ha*r ra-a ant aiekneia. Mt.« Ma, I air I a 111 •rtai li ait n liiiiu la a aif her (r|em|. I aie-i '•> evening. Ml"4 \iiua Wallaa'e, a et anient uf \ ai »l ai an I' allege, laa liniii'' nil a viail. 1'11... II irua I. lii. r•'lnriifal frum a pru-pi a ting tup in the maiiiutain.. Win h I'•hng tin. au't'iireal a " juli" uf r' |" rtuig fur the murning pa|ier. State s.'ii itair I'aawpliell, uf fierce a a Hilly, wa. in (lie rity Weilueadav. Kalitur I'atteraun, uf the Hiu'iala !■ Ir apaan , wa. in the i ity Thiirmlay. .lodge llenry l>a. laa n confined tu |||4 ruaiin lay 111114 ea the paaat few ilay.. Win t'uyh', an empluye uf the l.iglit anal fewer t 'aaanp any, i. wname ly ill Frank Itn Iviiuem will aurcccd Jaa k tiimlah'l ai. pruprielur uf " Frank'." Allen A Ma'fiiu.laiial are making preparation. tu .tairt up tlieir hriek yaril uu Kat.l.nic. Judge liuiihar, uf Hlndlon, i. uudcr guing I rewVeaa-eI fur rheiiuiatiim at HI fi ler'. Ifuepilal. Mr., Hale ah dim » tu lie a candidate fur fu.tmaelcr ami .uygr.t. Freal CJuyot for the |i|nee. The |iriee of |otwtoeii lone juni|ieil to two rent* M |muiul, MIIII dealer* my they will no lo M null lustier figure. I lie young belie* of the Temple lU| tiit Chureli will nive M May Hay •ociwl 111 their ehtireh Monday night Frank Mi Fadden, who ha* lieen eoiillneil to hi* IH .I with pneumonia for the past two week*, i* able to «il up. T. N. Kuril IIM* h-en ipiite ill the pa<l week, hut hi* many frienil* will lie ph aaeil to hear that lie la iuiprov • og. Ifeiatainl, Warner .1 Co., when tliay get into their new ipiarter* will liava the heat ha *1 ion for hiiMineaa in the rity. Pan Sliaaer left yeaterihty for the Wenatehn em in try where he will ■ |ienil Hie aiiimner with n *urveyiii|( party. A. K. Young, of l.illle ItiM'k, will leave for Chicago next week, ami will viait relative* in keutiieky before lie return*. F.i-Auditor Tweial, accompanied hy JaVia*. Ilearv, left a few day* ago, on n jlniilh'a prn*|icctiiig evpeilltion in the Ca«ca<le* It Will not lie hill); before the atreet aprinkler will he in operation if the lovely weather eontiiiuea aa it haa the pa-t few ilava. The Multnomah will omit her trip to Taooiiia ami Seattle neat Sunday, aa ahe goes upon the gridiron for re. pair* that ilay. The maaipieraile hall, by the Otym pit Theater Orchestra, at fllympia Theater, Monday night, i* the revt ini|*>rtMiit wa-ial event. Ilenry 11. aireiiler, of Yakftna, ami Anna McCarly, of thi* city, were marrieil in SI Mi. had* chureli, Mon day, hy Kev. Father Classen* R. II Hoy ha* »..M In* internal in the town of la-avenworlh for fJ.IIOO Tbia I* considered a very low figure for the | roper I v with the pro*|ieeta for an immediate appreciation of vahu • *o a II a»*lirod. A large majority of the pro|arty owmr* on I, ih'fann at reel are an i toiia to have the iron-linua* p**a daily by •heir properly lletter that, they I look ih.m to •lunilH-r on till the tav eolln tor gather* them in. w* re ar'aigm-d o, .fualiei* t'ramlall a it, rt Momlat tin,i ihvrgeof.liatiirle nig the Salvation \t, > nutting I hev were young ami got ,tr witli <o*|. si, mitl ft a t re.|H tinilv 1i i pi n r of adini- oi i,, lili mpta Til all 1 tie* I Tin-wlav lo,lil |. „| v h.l' | t al ami • ■ ni. I. n ,< pre.* nil lo la* la lie Mil tin inter I* nun HI |a*#-i .aea mm on r,i ll,an *■ in logh prtt a.I |aoforioaot i • HAS COMK AT LAST. THAT HOPE WHICH HAS BEEN SO LONG DEFERRED. i Tin- l'n-1 tint mi rlrs II > lug Tin,lr for llrrdslne <• I limine! 1 Change Suggi-sli-il in the Original I'lini A Wi!) In I'rop tip 'IIIIII Mr,-rl AAharf Sirttooiier "Sailor lln|" Arrives for I iimlier I In- llojil I .lair Count) t itintirrs Hrlrff ICi-slllllr of f nrretll Topics. I tpf Sv monds, <*f th< C. S. * orps of * iigiucers, visited this * jtv W.dtic | d iv, in response to a te jut st of Mayor lh ihiusou, to corn-id* r suggestions re gatdiug the dredging operation- so. n l * la-gin in thi- liarlair. I I.e main ..hi.-et of tie- interview was to obtain a modification of the contract with tie- dredging company, whereby the earth ex* avat.-d shall t.e deposited under I. mg i|.a k. and thus strength* n tha' strui -tore and lav lie- foundation *.f a solid earth extension of Main street. Csipt.thig was pn-cnt at the interview, representing tin- Dredging Company, and although the di-'una of removal is greater, the necessity of a t.ulkli* ad will not • xjst, and (,<• will then f..r.- report favorably on tie prop.-r lui for a change. Is.ng dock is alaiiit 7*HI feet from the prop .s.-,I ehannel and lies parallel therewith to deep water. It will be readily seen that if this structure, which must I.*' abandoned if not r*- n. vvad in some way, can l*e restored to a safe condition by (he d.|*o-it of * artli from the channel, literally " two birds * an be killed with one atone," and tie* *pn-sli*in of a heavy appropri all.*n f.*r imiiit-iliate repairs at once di««p|*ears |( it is |M*ss|l*le to maul tain the disk, alter ttie eliamii I is ■ lag e is belt* r that it should he done. f.*r it is a splendid promenade, ami a great convenience to those who c**ui* ami go in small boats at all seasons of the li.le. The pile dtivcr is hiisily engagil in tin* preliminary work of driving piles along lln western hue ol t lie channel, to facilitate operation of tin* dredger Ml tie* crew are In re ami the dridger. when it airives, will at once goon I** the gild iron and la- put in Ural class working order When begun tin* work will go on continuously, fapl. dug being HI i barge * f O|M rations l*v dux . ami Capt. Ih-iilfi'in hv night It is •'A|a-et*'*i that lll*' jot* will la* com* pletcd w illnii hit days. It» a IVIVIINU I, I Nil. —W'ufk will laa gill 111 I fa W 11 Ity at I all laawa fillg till' la'll ill lll.i' k river au ai. tu ilrain lllai k lake iiinl u|» n liunalri'ala uf aera'a uf the la-a I agrn-tilliir il laml tu imiucvliate liae. MANUIKII Walter H. Heammell. iif T'aa'uma. ami Mi.a I.m y F. Hart man, uf Ka.l.nlc, llii. city, were iimleal in marriage, Weducaday murning. la>• Itev. Mr. t'ha.e, piiatau uf St. Julin'a t'hnri It. AN • 111 a I.VNIaVIVIIK OalNß—ltallaert Marr tin. pnra lia.eal the uhl Ka.tM'le aa lnaal haiu-e iitial Innl il remuveal tu tin' eurm r uf Fifth ami Kaet.idr .treeli, where he will turn it lulu a alrtig .tore ttN A VIMT Tu Ilia ll'avt ß —l'aipt. Ilateli ia am a vi.it tu lit. liume in till. eity. Ilia all amtmat huaiueaa keepa htm au mm It (rum hniiie that lie ia rcginlcd here inure naagtieal than a i iiuen NUT MANV lit ii.niHua. l.a.t yaar uver .evenly live private residence lan tilling, ware erea'teal tit Olympia, hut tin' pre.ent iiiihealmna are that tin- numlM'r put up tin. year will he eaimiilerahly le.a TRNIHO SPINK —The Teninn aptarry iiuw haa :HI uieii at wnrk galling uut atime (ul the furl Orchard drvdnck, •ml wilt itii'rea.i' the fame tu nearly tlntihle that it N tn IMT aaaui a. the right men van he eeeureal. AITKNItKII TIIK CKI-KIIHATION A delegation of tllympia 4 A.1.1 Fellow*, consisting of C I. Ilawkes, It Friaell, Kd. Callow ami T C Van Hpp* at tended the fltl.l Fellows' Celebration, at Taeoma, yealenlay. NOT MANY VtatTona —Th*hotel reg later* indicate that Olyrnpin haa not entertained very many atraoger* of late, lao'l it alamt tune to la< getting up a " dnin'a" of at Mile kiml lo attract pctijilit iiiht our mid*t? FVKNT* NKVI MUNlU —lletter lime* •re promiat'd for May. Tlie Odd Fellows, Kpwnrth leaguer*, ami dcutiata will htiltl meeting* here uevt month. Ample |ire|Nvration* are la-iug math' for their eccumiuiNlatioaa. A FINK UKHIUKNCK.—C. 7. Maaon, of thu pipe fa. It try, haa just completed hi* liiimlaomo residence on the corner of Kighth and IVar *1 recta. It coat butt fb IHKI ami ia one of the lineal building* in that part of the city. NKW lailaiK Know —The h night* of I'ytluaa have *ecured an elegant halge room in Mra. Stuart'* building, by taking nut partition*. IM> by 4-'> feet in IIU ami well lighted The ba'al I'oal of tlie ti. A It. will hereafter meet in the aaiuc hall. TIIK WR*THII>K Scnirol..—President Kathbiui, of the school latard, aaya Ilie hid* fttr the Weataldc aehtatl IMIIIIIS will let opened May 15, and that work on the new building will begin alaiul Jlllie I, Men are now al vawak clear iug the ground. TMKY I'ADIII.K SKI-AMATK CANOK* Messrs Itrewar A Wright have divided their huaiiie** and .lame* llrewer will liercafter eomluet tlie I'alaee market, ami \lb. rt Wriglil have charge of the Maaon county tMiaineaa, each 111 hi* individual ownership. Ilr. MrMt ini.—The Huuuvue So ciety will hold a public meeting, in thi* city, on tlie IHh pro* , at whiih the ticiieflta of the organiaalion will la. diat'llaaed, plan* formed for rtfrml log it* u*efulm>**, il* memlierahip 111 crease,l ami new oilier* electe.l IhiVr Mi«* li —All>ii. mi<l !«• Imi iiii*- ill Ili«i nirrrii'it ill merry maki-r*, mil at < •lyrn|ii« Tin » lit, iipU TiifkUy firniiiK "I'lid I'm initial! Inifinrrr nay* " Hi* ii-matilily i* ri'inark>l>li*. riiiulimiiiß Hi' inU-nwly ■lraniii Tll- mill tin- innal lauglialily lllilil'rulia." Mi** KI-»I*MI IIUMHIIKH.—TIII* I*l y rn| >i>* ('iiUrgiale Institute *i> r|it«i| Wiilnrulay in linniif ul Mi** Hail if ->■ i n n*-11. aim** Inm-ral nrt urri-il ■in ill.ll >Ul< li>>ln llm I'allinlir i-lillfdli Mi** >i >iiiiii-ll a ,•« «|• 1111- |n>|nilar In tin- I ii*iiliili-ami lirr ill IIII*I aaa am rarely iiimifnil IhiM i lai imt aw* Ni■ l»n|im**- n > ul* lian- li-en iiiail* 111 lli* ultli * Ill* IV • r*i t'liimi li-li'irra|ili •*••*•>|ian y alilrli aiii •*|• |> 11 tali•! liy I nrr* nraln*** tin- lia* II**II mm IM| I-ark a L-il I'- |«IT in Inf |ifi'** rnrr*a|Nifii|i-ll|a, ami tin- fmnil llmf uiilllily ill ani'it Ill' lN WATKK.—There is a great ileal of snow in the mountains anil the people may look for swollen streams when the warm weather sets in. The snow extends down into the fi o hills for ijuite a distance. AI I'TION. —There will he an auction sale of a large amount of household furniture at 526 Main street. Stuart hloek, tomorrow. (Saturday), at 11 o'eloek A. M. This is an opportunity foi all in w.mt~of siielrgoods. A KITH SKKVICE. —Kev. C. 1,. Diven, <>" tie Congregational Church an il unees that lie will shortly give a Kotli siiviee at the Congregational Chureli. An II isler service was given sniiie time ago and was greatly ad mired and enjoyed hv the people. A SNAI.— li ymi want to luiy n wagon, a carriage, a roa l eart, a plow, or any di-cription of agricultural im plement, or if you want your wagon repaired or our horse shod, go to T. -I Meltratnev «V Co., who possess faejhties for giving you hottom prices on everything in tin ir line. W'n.i. no TO TMI; Woltl.n's I-'AII:, lJohf. ISlanketiship has heen ap pointed a mi-mhiT of the Columhian National tiiiard, to rende/voiis at • 'hi ago. during the fair. This hodv iiniin-i r- i.otHI. win* reej*-\e a salarv of #l.ll per m mill. I 11. V are to lcetcil from all pails of tin- country hv Col. Kii e the eonimander. \s IUVUIWRY In..—One property owner mi .letli rsoii street don't want th«* locimotive to pass his loilging lioiise f.»r fi ar tin- smoke of the loco motive will darken his ei ililigs. lie iiee<| not fear 1s tus prav mueji as we will, and labor hard as we may, that amount of Imsiness will scarcely he attained until l ime wall have crum-1 hied Willi his stoiiv lingers those plas tered walls Tin; I'tNMnvrKH.—The uapiranta en far n.iiiii <1 for the Olympia |Hi.tolliee arc I. If llyrne. A. |> I Hover, K. KrlliH', ' iiia I, lllailkellxtlip Htlal Mraa I' I' ll.lla I'll!* •'/a/Hiya|alH-7"r/'a|ll|l *X laulla I mil .ana- Hi kindergarten iu aalrila liaati fair Ilia' Vall«> tllllt Will pro|a||- t'll laa' lllkl'll UtlT Oil, UIII II ri'l'lllll iiaa-iial itj.an4 ma hi uralcr. laiit fiirthrr (li.in lla.it it mil ii rva' tint litlli' |aiir pnae. Wiii a.ii in K\ ANvri'N —Wilbur Stark. vvlai- WHM .-iieully licciiaetl lay lilt' Ma lli 'ili-t al■ 11ra li naa N IIU'MI liri'i4I iri'i4 liar 14 arranging I" 1 ntf«>it<l flic M a-1 In M11«t I heoluglcill Selionl lit Kvanaalaiit, 111 t'. II Sii'ly will al.o go to Ihe .aim aaa lii Mil liny will re turn tai W ■ •long tun In i liter (lie ministry. Thc.e voting men are 111 an >t I Ilia'lit,a 111 tlll't )| yIIII a| at t 'olll'gi.ltc I ii.litntc. A I. vv t 'ii\ rii tar. —" I think the coutr lit fur tin' aln-a Iv' 11 1 n »f < ilytupia harlnir wa. let ait tlia" lowest price nf any euntraet that ha. heett 1a• t nit the Hound far aotuc year.," rem irked Oapl Sy ilium, the I'liitel State. Kiiyitia-a r. wlaii Waal here. I hiirMalaV. tu liMik after ei'rtiiiii in.a>hiir vtiuii. uf the contract. 'I ht» i« air tiiinlv gratify in g, ami tMy 1 111• iatllw mlhmill lie 4'<>rre4|K!llll tiik'l > grateful t'UVIIRIKTIV I. KXAMIN VI la IN.— Mi 4.4 fane, the ("anility Superintendent nf Imtrintiaaii. mil intuitu! a eompeti t ve i vanillin!nan a.f teacher* at the aAHIrt -In HI I-A A , t'l-inurraiw, April -It, for the |ni 11 mat- aif determining who .hall repreiH lit Thtir.toii county in the State Naitin.il aclionl, at F.llcuahurgli I'lii «e ia impel it mm are usually vary I'IIMP, ami thiiae wliai enter muat know what they are ulamt. ,ll la a all. I'tlilHl.N —The fnlluwillg inrur. have la-en ilrawn fur next term; F. tl. We.ltm, M, II Haiitt, 11. H. W'e.tun, I F Ituugla*. .1 Mrl). I.rael, 111. H. Allen, W J. t'liipman, J, It. I'teree I F Safely, II 1,. ("iMike.J. N. Wilkin.. II M friee, (Jeurge |). Fnrla-a, lia urge t'a.e, Walter W. Scott, A II Alli.un, W. II Iwe, Autun Ileal, J.inc. Hiinn, .lann. Mill., t'. S. Win ) at in, A. A. (loltfehll, (leairge I'carcc, C. Ahlriilge IIAVINU A tiiaiia TIWK —The County 1 Commi..inner. have lieen having a giaal lime the pa.t two week., while 1 limiting fur a |aair farm. A trip tu Seattle ami Taeuina anil aevernl nice I huh' j iiinia uut tliruugh the country have afl'urvli'il lliem mileh plea.ure. I'hev claim llutt all thi. inciilental ex |M'iiae will he mure than ativevl by the j wiailuui that they are thereby euahleal tu gain, which will he ililty exhibited 111 the purehaae of a farm. AN INIRI.IH.KNI fKoli.g—Homebody remarked a few tlaya agu that the grade uf average education in lid. purl nf the country wa. very high, colli -1 pared willi other State.. The young I folk, leach win ail with remarkable ' eaae ami facility. Thia ia the more wonderful when it i. rcmcmla-rcd that | the examination required ia very high. Tina ia aa it .hmild la'. Competent teacher, lay the fnuuilatinn fur the future mefiilneiaa uf their M'hular*. HIAIUCH WII.I. IIK Tiunm.—A novel Murium will take place in front of the \ Court House ne*t Monday, Ml 2 r. M. J The eontraeta for rouatrticUng the lilack river ditch will lie awarded to : l|te lowed re*|Miu*ible hhliler, instead lof the highest MM in usual nt public vendue*. On Wedneaday,at the same hour Mini |il«ee, Hie South I'nion iliteh roiltmet will lie awarded. The hid* inll"t he for seetiun* of |tM> feet. IIIMI k liver ilileli will lie 11,7(10 feet long Mini South I'nion iliteh 2,(100 I feel A HKM or " IIAY HKHKNK."—Jeweler Neuter la lileky. He hoiighl a ring , (mm a tramp, a few day* ago, for II fiO, whieh hail the appearance of a value no larger than Hie gold it con tained, ami which had for a Netting a dull looking at.me, without poliah, mid apparently valuelcaa. What waa lua surprise alien lie aiiheeipicntlv re tnoveil a eaaing of dirt from the alone to timl that it waa a beautiful brilliant, the aire of a pea, ami worth ahout fIOO Mr N aaya he probably would not know the man who aold it, if he should meet liini, and under the cir eiiliialam ea it iiuiat tie n.linittt-.l that very few people would go out on the byway* to di*< over and recompense all v Innlv who doubtless eatne eaay hv In* aeipiiaition ami i* oblivion* of any lua*. II Ait a, mow TIIK Tt.wiia —Our morn i tug cotcmporary re|airta Franeia tlravea, one of the Jelleraon street right of-way kiekrra, aa raying "The trai l> on JelTeraon atreet will damage my reaeleue. property. If lam tola" paii|xmd on ihia proposition, I had jilat aa a«ain the lawyer* got the money aa lite railroail eonipany There will la> a damage anil 111 the Supreme Court id the I lilted State* if the track i* put down on Jelleraon atreet " Mr. Crave* la the gentlemen who received a It w year* ago, from the Northern I'actlic for alleged damage* done to lo* property in it* track pa** lug through H. veuth atreet Tin# waa a aurprtae at the time, ami aaid to la all Ilie property wa* worth, even at a time of inflation of valuea It i* al togeilu r probably that thl* aiict eaaful attempt at plrlattnniy la Ilie inapirlug call*.' ol b|a pit sent tin iitetl op|atai tioil Mil l lite IIO|M> O| tlantagea haa auggealetl the (bit at of ' living in the ia*t thi, b \ taete ol plum generally leave* a rehab lor more. AN INEVITAHI.K RESULT. —If the city accepts the proposition of Seymour Barto A Co., then farewell to any prospect of reduction of water rates lor the next generation to come. CASTLE GAUM N. —Amusement was caused Thursday hv a party of stran gers who "cainpid" 011 ttie sidewalk near the city square, with valises and grips, aftrr the manner of foreigners who had just landed in America. AN OBJECTION. — When Captain Ong begins to dredge the harbor he will pih the dredgings in bills about 150 fii i apart. If tlifc citizens hope to make this dirt of benefit to the ti l" llats they ought to make some kind of arrangements to have it spread out. Nl.w BOATS. —A number of new ph a-tile crafts have made tluir ap pearance in Olynipia Harbor. Sail, -team and row boats will he more 111 lashion than ever this summer. Capt. K< lion is building a Newport craft for the In uelitof those who enjoy fast sailing. NUMEROUS INQUIRIES. —Alex. Drys dale says he has received fully 100 letters from Eastern parties, during the present spring, who desire infor mation about Olynipia and Thurston county. In the absence of general advertising matter he is compelled to write individual letters. OK SOME CSK YET. —Although the long wharf has been declared danger ous by tlio powers that be, it is still used as a promenade and a bicycle course. It serves admirable for either purpose. There isn't a better lover's lane 111 the city than the long wharf, and it would seem almost a calamity to remove it. THE CITY I'AKK.—Why wouldn't it be a good idea to plant some trees and diruhbcry in the city, square? The " park" looks as hare as a Kansas prairie. Trees set out now would soon make the square a very desirable resort. Without trees, grass or benches it is not half as attractive as many of the hack-yards in Olympia. Bi SINKSS IMPROVING. —C. S. Eaton of the Westsidc Mill Company says 9.i per cent, of their mill orders come from outside points ami that business is improving all the time. This is a very hopeful indication for Olyntpia. I.umhcr ran he made the great indus try of the Capital City if the business i-< properly fostered. Mr. Eaton says the mill lias made a number of im portant improvements of late and that Id men are kept busy all the time. Attiioit DAY. —Owing to the fact that the school yards are not in proper condition for planting trees, and the further fact that we have trees all around us, Arbor Day was not observed in Olympia to-day. There seems to he a feeling that this proclamation was is-ued for the hem-fit of schools in Eastern Washington. Perhaps olympia will take part next year, when it is Imped the school yards will l e in pnqier condition to be beautified with trees. THE NEXT ATTRACTION. —The enter tainment in Olympia Theater, Tuesday evening, is somewhat of a new depart ure i>n the behalf of the management <d that populat house, which has not heretofore trenched on the lecture field with a reduction of prices. In response, however, to what seems to he a demand for such entertainments |at popular prices, the management ivill hereafter entertain propositions for rental of the theater whenever a meritorious atiraeliou is otl'ered. THE (LIVE::S O; —Since his return I from Seattle, on Tuesday, Governor ! Metiraw has been closeted with his ' stenographer almost constantly. All 1 kinds of inquiries have been hurled at him, and of course they must he answered, or some of the faithful would become Offended at his neglect. People want to know about the land law/ the Capital Commission and al most everything under the sun. They seem to think the Governor is A bureau of general information pertaining to r the State government. FARMERS HOIKHL. —The few days of pleasant weather this week greatly encouraged the farmers throughout the county, ami many of ihem wore enabled to do work that had beeu de j layed for weeks on account of the general inclemency. The swollen streams are going down, but the ground is very wet, especially in the low lands. Ito|a>rts from other parts of the State show that Thurston county is abreast with many other i counties, and far ahead of others. A Bin SHIPMENT. —Tho three-masted i schooner " Sailor Boy" in charge of Captain Peterson, arrived in Olympia harbor l ist night and will take a cargo <il 250,000 feet of dressed lumber and IHIII to San Francisco. The lumber is from the Westside mill. It will be transferred to the vessel on tcows. Olympians rejoiced at the sight of a vessel of such large proportions. They looked upon it AS A harbinger of lietter times. This is the first time for several years that a sea-going vessel | lins taken a cargo of any consequence ! out of Olympia harbor. J WASHINGTON TIMIIKH, —" If I owned timber land HI Washington I would not be in too much of a hurry to sell it," said a business man to a STANDARD reporter a few days ago. " You can't g''t a price for it now. In a few years it will lie worth much more. I'iie time will come when limber will i>e lislllei 1 miles to water for transpor tation and it will command good prices. The recent sale of land in the Black Hills, west of Olympia, is a case in iMiint. Ii is very valuable timber, and will he of great lienefit to Olympia when the new proprietors begin to work it lip into logs, but if I owned it I would wait awhile." Cot NTV FlNANCES. —Treasurer Gel bach has prepared his quarterly state ment for the County Commissioners, which will lie presented at a meeting of that IMMIV next Monday. It ends March 31. The balances of the differ ent funds Hre as follows: County, 990.228.13; Road. #2,1115.04; Bridge. sl,b|(>B4, State, $(i,.>27.28; Soldiers and Sailor's relief, $70.97; Military, s,i,*iN.o9; Bond, $14(1.97; segregated road fund. $(">,070 99; S|tecial "J," $924 82; Deposit fund, $544. This, with the s2s,(Mil .51 belonging to the schools makes a total of $103,21542. A call has la-en issued for warrants on the School and Salary funds, which will tnaU rially lessen the total sum by the end of next month. □^PRICE'S The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum. Used iu Millions the Standard THK RESULT. —TIie ret-ult of Mrs, Barrett's revival services in the M. E. Church, the past five weeks, has been summed up in 4 4 conversions. Add to this number the ten converts from Dr. Hright's previous efforts, and the total accessions to the church num ber 54. A RI'NAWAY. —A horse, driven by ] C. S. Eaton, took fright, while cross ;ing Long Bridge, Tuesday, and ran on Fourth street from the draw to Frank lin, before that gentleman could re gain control of the animal. The coolness of .Mr. E. doubtless saved damage to the carriage as well as injury to himself and his son, who occupied the vehicle, and to people on the street. He simply guided with firm hands, tiie course of the flying steed until his nervous excitement was over and he had resumed his or dinary gait. DIED OF CONSUMPTION. —Miss Sadie Seannell, of l'ort Townsend, died at St. Peter's Hospital, last Monday, of consumption, aged 24 years. Mis.- Scannell was a student of the Olynipia Collegiate Institute a short time ago, hut just previous to her illness was in the employ of F. L. Camps, the photographer, she having worked several years at the photographic busi ness before coming to this city. The funeral services were held in St. Michael's church at 8:50 A. M., Wednesday. The remains were in terred in the Catholic cemetery. AN INTERESTING PASTIME.—A. H. Christopher spends much of liis spare time in the Bicycle Club headquarters in the Union block and when his friends come along be gives them in structions in the art of managing a two-wheeled horse. This includes lady friends as well as gentlemen. When the ladies take lessons, Van Epps is sure to lie 011 hand, and be tween Christopher and Van Epps almost any person could learn to ride a bicycle. The hoys have a picnic sometimes, when the girls are not afraid to do as they are told, in riding the bicycle. A PREMONITION OF SPUING. —Sunday was the first day for several weeks that sunshine brought the people forth to enjoy the open air. The re sult was that the cars to Tumwater, the fair grounds and the cemeteries were crowded with people, whose Sab hath day apparel gave the appearance of some gala celebration, in which all were actuated by a common impulse to api>ear at their best. The railroad company is makiug their terminal grouuds quite attractive, by clearing away the underbrush on the east bunk of the Deschuttcs, affording quite ex tensive pleasure grounds, shaded by a natural grove. DANGEROUS OILS. —Dr. Armstrong, iu his tests of ditlereut brands of illuminating oils, found that only one out of four of these stood the test of 110 degrees fall, before exploding. One exploded at 90, another at 92 and another at 93. '1 he fourth brand went up to 110 degrees, hut no further. The doctor intends to make a thorough examination of all the lead ing oils, as the basis of a report to the Legislature, upon which intelli gent legislation may be based. Three hills were before the last session, hut were defeated from the want of infor mation to combat the assertion of dealers that their oils were perfectly safe. MUST COME TO TIME. —A court of discipline has hi en convened by Co. A and an effort will he made to find out why some of the " sojur" boys are not more regular in their attendance at the meetings of the company. Some of them have made a regular business of absenting themselves from drill and the Captain thinks it about time an explanation was-made. \ number of the militiamen are enguged in business and cannot al ways go without loss to their financial interests. It is thought that where it is absolutely impossible for a mem ber to be regular in attendance, his name had better be dropped from the roll, so as to make room for those who are willing and able to to fill the requirements of the situation. A Bio DEVIL FlSH. —Olympia has long boasted of her big clams and their excellent flavor when it predomi nates into the festive chowder, and now she has another claim of distinc tion, dragged up from the briny-deep, but one in which she cannot feel as much pride, as it does not appeal to that arbitrary and imperative judge, the stomach. The last " tind" is a devil-fish which measured 30 feet across when its tentacles were ex tended. This monster is neither handsome in form, nor of utility as an article of food, and its use in nature is one of those unsolved problems which finite wisdom cannot reach. This specimen was so large and unwieldy that the fishermen who caught it were obliged to cut their net and let it go. A PHONOGRAM. —H. F. Alciatore recently received a phonogram from his home in New Orleans. It is a cylinder of brown wax used on a phonograph. All the members of the family talked into the machine and the cylinder was mailed to Mr. Alciatore. He can place it in a phono graph and hear the words of voices of relatives 3,000 miles away, as distinctly as though they were talking through a telephone. Indeed, with proper ap pliances the phonograph can be heard across a medium-sized room. A. L. Campbell is the proud possessor of the only pliouograph in Olympia and Mr. Alciatore carries on his phonographic correspondence with Mr. Campbell's machine. It costs about 10 cents to send a communication several columns long. UNCERTAINTY OK LAND TITLES.— The uncertainty of ownership to landed properties is illustrated by the experience of James D. Spurlock, who has lived nearly a quarter of a cen tury on a farm about ten miles south of this city. It seems the patent to his properly has never been signed or delivered, and the delay of the depart ment is so proverbial that it has never aroused a suspicion but that the title was clear whenever the Government got around to granting the patent. It seems that Mr. Spurlock made private cash entry of the tract in September, 1870, which he had occu pied for some lime before. The de partment holds tiiat it is railroad laud, the entry void, and that the entry is held for cancellation subject to appeal to the Secretary of the Interior. The Commission is of opiuion, however, that patent can issue, if Spurlock can show that he was a settler on tho laud at the time of entry. ANOTHER FAD. —The latest advcrtis- ing trick is to circulate imitation round-trip tickets to the World's fair. An Olympian has repeatedly fooled ids friends by innocently making them a present of a ticket of this kind, and chuckling to himself when they turn it over and read the announcement on the back. LET'S HAVE MUSIC. —Where, oh where are the bands of Olynipia? TsiTt It time to be arranging for the open air concerts that were so highly enjoyed last summer. There is sup posed to bo two musical organizations in Olynipia that could assist in the ynjoy meut of a stroll about the park, or more properly speaking, the public square, i! they were so disposed. Of course it is hardly time to do any thing of that kind just now, but they could be getting ready. Why not arrange for a competition? One band could play from the west verandah of the court house and the other could occupy the hand stand. They could play pieces alternately and thus give the public a chance to determine which is the better band and at the same time rest each other. WHAT NEXT. —Another flaw has been dug up in connection with the Land Commission law. It has been discovered that section 30, which was an amendment to the hill and passed, was left out in engrossing and the new law, if it is ever declared con stitutional, will be seriously crippled in that regard. This section relates to punishment of trespassers and is as follows: " Section 30: Said State Land Commissioners shall have full power and authority in all cases where it may he deemed necessary, to piose cute any anil all persons or corpora tions for any trespass or any act done or suffered to be done by such person or corporation whereby the said lands may be damaged or the value thereof impaired." The record of this transac tion may be found on pages 778 and 77'Jof the House journal. EASILY EXPLAINED. —The morning paper wants to know how Capt. Doane knew it would stop raining on the 33d. That question is easily an swered. By long residence in this highly favored land a person's system becomes highly charged with the ozone of the atmosphere, and this in the course of time renders tho body an animated barometer, which unerringly responds to all changes in atmospheric pressure. If it is going to rain, the old settler's corn, if he has one, begins to ache, and if fair weather is coming his nose begins to itch, and a limp in dicates rain quite as infallibly as a bugle blast does fair weather. Capt. Doane simply sneezed, on the 21st, and after calculating the intensity of the attack, knew positively that good weather would come by the 23d. We hope this explanation will stop the in cessant inquiry of tenderfeet for infor mation upon subjects so well under stood by people who have been here long enough to get their brains in mo tion. KAMILCHE ITEMS. Kiom our Oeca.sioual Correspondent. Robert Patterson has his new hotel nearly completed. Jack O'Hara will take charge of the old hotel. If certain people wish to avoid trouble they will give 110 more whisky to Indians on lower Oyster bay. lie member before it is too late. The steamer Doctor is making regu lar trips from Olympia to Kamilche, carrying mails and making special trips twice a week for oysters on the upper hay. The tramp steamer Otter is still running to Oyster bay, but is not sell ing as many goods as formerly. The oysteimen are tired of paying high prices for poor goods. The person who took the Widow Barnes' ducks the other niglit was mean enough to he a townsite owner. All he would need would he a bunch of matches and a bucket of brimstone to start a town of his own. Mr. J. A. Gale is the largest shipper of oysters at present. From 75 to 100 sacks of oysters leave his float house every week. Joe is a business man from the ground up, and he is the heaviest real estate owner on Oyster bay. Olympia merchants lend, me your ear for a moment. Do you not know there is growing trade for you on Oyster bay, worth hundreds of dollars to you, which at present goes to Tacoma and down Sound points, and which Olympia should get 1 Frank Mosstnan and wife have set tled down to housekeeping on Oyster hay. Frank says he will have to give up hunting. Well, if Frank is as suc cessful as a father and husband as he has been a hunter his suecess is as sured. His many friends wish him bon voyage. Mr. Sam Taylor is moving his house nearer to laud, it having keen built over the water on piling. Mr. A. J. Burr'had a large building built in a similar way which toppled into the hay one night in a storm. Samuel Taylor has one of the finest houses on the upper bay and does not intend to lose it in that way. At Dryad, a town 17 miles west of Chehalis, last Friday, on the Chehalis river, Miner Martin was drowned. Martin and Lon Dean were loggers employed liy the Luedinhaus Bros, of Chehalis, who have a mill at Dryad. The men were out in'a boat on the river when the same was overturned. Dean taw Martin's head just once and was himself carried on his perilous ride down the river by the swift current, whence he escaped after going about a mile. Martin's body has not recover ed. The deceased was a member of I. O. O. F. lodge of Chehalis. Martin leaves a wife and two small children in moderate circumstances. He was industrious man and a good citizen, and the sympathy of the entire com munity is with the family. The be lief is that the hotly will he carried out to the ocean through Gray's har bor, as the river is very high and the current swift. In the United States land ottiee at Walla Walla, Friday last, Governor McUraw, Secretary of State Price, Sen ators Rotter and Van de Vanter, Edit or Brainerd, of Seattle, and 13 others filed on 6,000 acres of desert land situated in the eastern part of Yakima county. It is reported that a stock company has been formed for the purpose of building a ditcli and irrigat ing these lands. North Dukola Flour. Hiestand, Warner «fc Co. offer " Crescent," North Cakota lloiir at sl.- 25 per sack. This is the same flour that was placed on the market one year ago and gave universal satisfac tion. Increased freight rates excluded shipments for several months. We now have the assurance of a rate that will permit shipments to this point. Hiestanp, Warner & Co. A Sure Care for Pile*. Itching Piles are known by moisture like perspiration, causing intense itching when warm. This form as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly on parts effected, aborhs tumors, allays itching and effects a permanent cure. 50 cts. Druggists or mail. Circulars free. Dr. liosanka, Philadelphia, l'a. Sold by Acme Drug Store, Marr it Ross Proprietors, Olym pia, Washington. ANOTHER GOLD BRICK An Aberdeen Kmiki-r I'll J * S.i,INMI for a Rur of Itrusv. Police officers all over the North west are 011 the lookout for a smooth rascal who is wanted in Aberdeen, Wash. There is a banker in that city who particularly desires to see thi fellow —so much so that lie lias of feied a handsome reward for bis ar rest. This hanker evidently docs not read newspapers, or if he does he pays a little attention to what they teach. He has been victimized to the tune of $5,000 by the antique gold brick swindle. Several days ago a stranger called at the bank, and producing a bar of metal, apparently gold, stated that lie had secured it from an Indian and wished to dispose of it. He had no idea of its value, and wanted the banker's opinion on that point. The financier chipped of! a piece and had it assayed. "Worth $55,000" was the report made. Then the banker de cided to do a little shrewd piece of business. He offered the fellow $5,000 for his brick, and after some hesita tion the sum was accepted and the stranger departed, leaving the banker overwhelmed with satisfaction at liis little streak of fine financiering. The brick was sent to a broker to he dis posed of, and a few days later the hanker received notification that he was the possessor of a first-class sample of brass. Now he wants to punish the fellow who " worked" him. When Babj- was sick, we gave her Castoria. When she was a ChiM, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria Competitive Examination* There will be a competitive exanii nation held at the Court-house, April 29, 1899, for students who desire to enter the State Normal School at Ellensburgh. AMY A. CASE, County Superintendent. MY entire stock of stoves, tinware and plumbing goods is going at cost. Come early if you want to get things cheap. E. S. HORTON. The ladies of Davenport, Lincoln county, are agitating the subject of a public library. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Stands at the head of all blood med icines. This position it has secured by its intrinsic merit, sustained by the opinion of leading physicians, and by the certificates of thousands who have successfully tested its femedial worth. No other medicine »o effectually CURES Scrofula, boils, pimples, rheumatism, ca tarrh, anil all other blood diseases. "There can be no question as to the stipe, riority of Ayer's Sarsaparilla over all other blood-purifiers. It this was not the case, the demand lor it, instead of increasing yearly, would have ceased long ago, like go many other blood medicines I could name."— F. L. Nickerson, Druggist, 75 Chelsea St., Charlestown, Mass. " Two years ago I was troubled witli salt rheum. It was all over my body, and noth ing the doctors did for me was of any avail. At last I took four bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ami was completely cured. 1 can sincerely recommend It as a splendid blood-purifier."—J. S. Hurt, Upper Keswick, New Itrunswick. "My sister was afflicted with a severe case of SCROFULA Our doctor recommended Ayer's Sar-:i| as i::a as being tlie best blood blood-purifier within his experience. We gave her this nu-diciue, and a complete cure was the result." IV'm. O. Jenkins, Ileweese, Neli. " When a boy I was troubled with a blood disease which manifested Itself iu sores on the legs. Ayer's Sarsaparilla being recom mended, I took a number of bottles, and was cured. 1 liave never since that time had a recurrence of the complaint."— J. C. Thompson, Lowell, Muss. " f was cured of Scrofula by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla."-John C. Ilerry, Deer field. Mo. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Prepared by Dr. J.C. Aver 8c Co., Lowell, Maes. Bold by all Druggists. "Price $1; six bottles, Curesothers, will cure you IX the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Thurston county. In the matter of the estate of Isaac C. Palton, an insane person. Notice is hereby given that the under signed, Henry Patton, guardian of the above named person and estate, lias beeu authorized and directed by the court aforesaid to negotiate a loan of Hight Hundred Dollars (1800) due in five years and with the privilege of paying said loan at any time after three years time from the date thereof, upon the following described property, to wit: Lota one (1) aud two (2) in Block sixty-four (64) of the original plat of the City of Olympia. in said county, for the purpose of improving said estate and paying the debts and lia bilities therefor. Now therefore, notice is hereby given that bids and propositions will be re ceived by the undersigned guardian aforesaid, at the ollice of Skillinan A Ag new. Woodruff block, in said city, for the purpose of making a loan ui>on said premises in the amount above stated, upon the terms above stated, and at a rate of interest not exceeding twelve per cent, and that such bids and propositions will tie received aud finally considered 1 on or liefore the 29th day of May, 1893. reserving Ilia right on iho part 'of said guardian to reject any and all offers not made in accoruance with law or which he shall not deem for tho best interest of said estate. Dated April 28, 1893. HENRY PATTON. Guardian of said person and estate. Sheriff's Sale ON" FORECLOSURE. IN the Superior Court of the State of Washing lou, iu aud for the county.of Thurston. George M. Hill and Lydia A. Hill his wile. vs. Mary J. Wickhuui, William H. Wickham and Ralph S. Dorr. Under and by virtue of an order of sale issued out of the above entitled Court ou the 3d day of April, 181)8, on a judgment and decree of fore closure ami sale rendered in said Court on the &*d day of March, 1*93, in favor of the above named nlaintifTc, lieorge M. Hill aud Lydia A. Hill, and ayalnst the above uamed defendants. Mary J. Wiekbam. William U. Wiekham aud Kalph S. Dorr, for the sum of one thousand four hundred ninety live ($1,490.00) dollars, same be ing principal, interest, attorney's fee and costs of suit; in which judgment and decree the sab is ordered of the following described rcul estate, to-wil: Commencing ut a point five hundred (50th feet west, and one hundred and ninety (190) feet south of the northeast corner of block mini* tiered four (4) In Ayers'addition to the city of Olympia, and tunning thence west one hundred and three (103) feet, more or less, to the east line of Boundary street: thence south along said line eighty (HO) feet; thence east oue hundred and three (103) feet: thence north efghty (*o> feet to place of heginuiug; all in Thurston county, State of Washington. Public notice is hereby given that I have lev ied upon the above described premises, and will in obcdlerce to suid order of sale, ou the *tb day of May, 1893, at 10 o'clock m. of said day, at the front door of the Courthouse ot said couii ty, in the city of olympia, sell the same at pub lic auction to the highest and best bidder, or so much thereof as may be may be necessary, f«»r cash In hand, to satisfy said judgment, together with interest and increased costs. Hated April 0. I*o3. <l. S. I'KINCE, Sheriff of Thurston county, Washington. Date of find publication, April 7, 1*93. 51 Notice of Sealed Proposals. "VTOTICK is hereby given that sealed i.N proposals will be received up to 12 o'clock noon, of May 2Jth. IMI3, in this olliee, for the clearing, grubbing, fencing, plowing and seeding of live acres of land in the northeast corner of Northwest quarter of Southeast quarter of Section 15. Township 17 North, Itango 1 West. Work to be completed by 30th day of September, IH>3. Bond for 20 per cent of the contract price required. Kigbt reserved to reject any all bids. Specifications for work ou tile in the offieeof FITCH A CAMPUKI.L. j Uooius tijanil 7, (.'hi I berg Block, Olvin- I pia, Washington. td F. K. SIKOW i N ll \ 'tiii ' N ITtiii'l' iit. V< I ' 'h | i • ,tmt THE WESTS!DE MILL CO., MvNUAi II 1 11 I ki\ mill llrcssi'il Luiulm; Sash, I LOURS, Nail*, (Vim nt, I I i'l H iiik.*l« » I'm KI T", Mr, CESTIMATIS FUBitiSWEO ON will WORTOF i[i^iiiDsl) City Oliiee, Fourth SI. Itr'nlgc: f|»liII Mill. Went <>l vtill >i-i. 11 li plume Niv i. March (i, IS9I «f . . WALL PAPER . . (icliwil ? Mailt Ms TOYS, DOLLS, ETC. Pictures Framed. Agent for lluttcrick PatU'iiiH. US. O'CONNOR Grainger Mlnek. Main Street, Olyniiiin, \Va»li. Olympia, Wash., Jan. ti, 18U2. t C. It. SPRISIiEK. QEO. ■- Al I.KN, *I.I.KN « 1111 K President. Ylrv Pmuilellt Nnn Ury OLYMPIA DOOR & LUMBER COMPANY, Manufacturers «»f All Kimla LUMBER, LATH, SULK DOOI'H, ltlimlM. Mouldings, Brackets, Mantels, Band-Sawing, Turning, Stair Work, Etc. Cedar Mill at Elma, Wash. Saw Mill, Factory, Shingle Mill and Ilead Office at Olvmpia, Wash. aiio 92 Telephone No. 35. T. d. McBRATNEY & Co] Practical Horseshoeing and General Blacksmithing, ® ® , )iul) CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKERS AND REPAIRERS. DKAI.KKa IN CARRIAGES, BUCCIES, WACONS, ROAD CARTS, Plows and Agricultural Implements «>f all kinds. |s>T* It will pay you to get <>nr prices la-fore huying elsewhere as we are selling April 28, 1893. tr Walter Chambers. MEAT DEAIJER. — .a. _ • BEEF, LAMB, PorK, VEAL AND MUTTON Highest price pawl for all kiixU of fat stock. Fouilh and Washington Streets, . Olynipiu, Wash. Telephone No- t)(J. jau 13 tf r THE HEADQUARTERS FOR BUSTLE. BARGAINS FOIR IEVERYBODY. Come early, come often, come prepared to ho plensetl. We disappoint nobody who ia looking for honest goods and loxv prices. A Splendid Siock Ktandi Back of Oar Promise. We prize yotir trade, and we are out for the prize. Wcare iu the race to stay, and %vr w ill win without a break. Kctnciuber the old ll«'- liable llouac. HIE California Grocery J. N. SQCtKES. 119 Fourth street. Proprietor Caveat?, and Trade-Marks obtained, and ail Pat ent business conducted for Moderate Fees. Our Office is Opposite L. S. Patent Office. and we ran centre pat« nt in km t.tif than t ■»>• remote from \N n-hinge n Bend model, tkrawin r photo. \* thd - rip tion. We advise, if j . ent J - i ■ • I charge. Our fee not ii;.' till |eit« lit - I A Pamphlet. "How to Oblau Patent Dame? of actual client? iu your Stale, cuuntx.v r town, tent free. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO. Opposite Patent Office. Wathinjton 0 C. Reward information or p?*Hif of death of Mr W i 11 Hill lltfMpV, I isl If rd «>f 111 MUX |\« \MI P. O. Svhoiue, 'ler. \<ldr«s« \\ . 1 . » ire ( «»\\ IK A i tb. 17 d'Tltllllll !.«• ton, K- 4Kib'.'iul. April 14, 18&>. cow J Sheriff's Sale. IN the Rupert or Court of the State of Washing too, In and for the county of Thurston. John Campix 11, an raerator of the mtate of W II Ham Kruton derea»ed. v« Milo A. Hoot Anna 1.. Ilo«>t and Uenrue T. ( line t nder and by virtue of an order of aale issued out of the above entitled Court on the 1 tth day of April. A- lb hW. »»n a Judgment aud decree of fore closure and aalc rendered In aald Court on the 11th day of February, I*KI. In favor of the above named plaintiff John Cam pin-! I, aa eareutor of the eatate Of William Kenton, deeeaaed. and against the above named derendanta. Mllo A. Moot. Anna I.- Mo •» aud Ueorge I". Clinc. fur the •um of one fhon-aud two hundred thirty four and Tta-Hn» ill . »l TO) Uollara. together Willi com* of auit and a i. mry'a fee*, la which ludgmsut and decree tin aale la ordered 6f the following deacrllted real eaute. to wit The North half (N «,» of the North half (N H) of Section twenty four (t4\Township aevrnieen (17) North. lUnge three (;♦» Weat of the Willamette Meridian. Tn Ihuraton eounty. Washington. couiatning one hundred and alatv < |t'iO) acre aof land, more or le-a. together with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, or lu any wise api»ertnln!ng I'ubilc not tee la hereby given that I have levied upon the atMive dearrltN'd property, and In ohedl ence to aald order of aale will, on the Jgd day of May A l» l"»W at ttie hoar of 10 o'clock K. Uof aald day. at the front door of the i ourt house of aald 1 huraton eouutv. In the city of Olymiua. aclJ the aaine at pubile auction, t • the hlgheat and l»e»t bidder for chsli In hand or •• mti'-h thereof a* may be nereaaary to ralae aiittti lent to aallafy •aid Judgment, coat# and attorney's fee#, to get In i with unr<a»«d coata aud mcreaaed tub r rat luted \prll I th, li S. riilNt K. Hheriff of Thtiraton rouuty. Washington I 'ate of hrat publicailou. tprll .'I,IMW. NOTICE OF SALE OK REAL ESTATE. NOTI' V la hereby iclxrii that In pursuant e of an ofth • of a*u ..f the Rti| eft r ('stiff < I rtiura'.oi ccMIMtl "t»»t. . » WupHkUgttftl lnad« of tin- »'|i <ln> t.f \prll, l» * In tie t.ia'ter of the e-tnte of 1 1 ••ti I « • I !•«».» I• • .u, n luilior, tbe niub ra'Ri.eit, tiiiardi 'i ol aa. l niinor, xx >ll sell at pubile am tioii to tlo ' - ■a' t>ir for aa' gold . otti «>f the I n t. i - ut< -. and a.it., i t., the ton ft riii at loti t»l at I Court on M<»ii|h« tb Nth 4ui ..f May lit I i • k r.i *• thw front titNtr of tUe « irt * ••■.a u Oiympia, 11 rat<a lui of Wan ith.lut 41%tdi•! • • ten•' f uatd minor tn the f.. owim low r ■ i• | rtjt«hrwit N m - \i . • >n • ~m . mo .no* i; . .. ii | . fhuiaton.Htat I Was . »T.•». %\ I.Li % M IUI.II V.-. t«iiar<liM'< lute of flrat f> 11 a* lot; \ prll n, -l Wanted—Salesmen • .oral ami I'rMvellaig I «I iv «i K ■■ ■'■ • \ ■ I iie> «| i , ir, j.', «t a • ~, t m«r IH i. t a • i r-. . k i ► > - i« > • < %%«•(!* nII (In y•«• r . • tlo r kit man x , X MIJM 1V..1. nJ A«4a I it. »tN 1 I.la to* a • real ol.a ! . 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