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Cool nights. t iv-fcr- arc fattening. E ir'.v appl. - are falling. Balmy day- an at hand. l ie. eclipses in \t month. Tiimwatei i- waxing lively. Another season of moonshine. Evi ryt ody reads the Sl'ASle\Kl». t "snipers are sending in for more I :«!.k. t-. I hi* lime for eating oyster- is draw ing near. Farmer-, are cutting the second crop ol clover. California watermelons are now on sale here. Kev. C. Mar-ton returned to-day from Ocosta. Early apples are already being shipped away. Mrs L W. O-trander is still ipiite ill at the hospital. The Olympia hotel is putting in its own electric plant. Mi-a Hamilton, oi Seattle, is visit ing friends in the city. Tobacco has been successfully grown in a garden of this city. Haying is practically finished and now conies grain harvest. Dr. Ingham left yesterday to visit his former home in lowa. A kiln of brick at the yard on East side is about ready for firing. School children are counting the remaining days of vacation. A little maiden gladdens the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Byrne. Miss Bessie I.ee left yesterday to join her partntsin Portland. Col. James Hamilton l,ewis was in the city on business Wednesday. The Deschutes river is said to he at about its lowest stage for the year. Tom cod are running and can be caught near the old Brown's wharf. Miss Flora Chambers has returned from a four months' visit to Spokane. Green corn lias made its appear ance. This time we receive it in the ear. The plague-loaded cucumber has made its appearance at the festive hoard. An open-air concert will be given by the band on the public square this evening. Laborers have been busy the past few days in cropping the whiskers of Sylvester Park. The interest on the Thurston county bonded indebtedness amounts to over SI,OOO per month. The mercury stood at 90 degrees yesterday, the highest point it has at tained this season. Some splendid specimens of rock cod are now being caught from Long Bridge near the draw. J. F. Endicott has been awarded a contract to supply the county with wood at $1.43 per cord. A photograph was takeu of the "■•cyclists of this city, on long bridge yesterday, by Duckeriog. Miss Core Taeff, of Seattle, is visit ing friends at Tumwater and this city, tbe guest of the Misses Wallace. Dr. J. C. Fitch, wife and daughter, of Hastings, Minn., are on a visit to A. P. Fitch aud family, of this city. Henry O'Hare and Miss Delia Wea ver, of Mud Bay, have signified their intention of traveling in double har ness hereafter. The household of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Prather was enlivened Sun day morning by the advent of a bright boy. Rev. C. C. Marston will preach in Unity Church Sunday evening, on " Spurgeon, and What I Saw aud Heard in London." The M. E. Church will occupy the west end of the lot on th£ northwest corner of Adams and Fifth streets, fronting on Fifth. When the noun " Populist" is used as an adjective, its comparison runs thus, positive, Populist; comparative, Striker; superlative, Anarchist. The Sisters of Ruth, a Methodist organization with similar objects of the Sisters of Charity, contemplate establishing a hospital in this city. Round trip tickets to the camp meeting at Little Rock, will be sold by the Northern Pacific, at 75 cents, good from Aug, 6th to the 21st inclu sive. The steamer Monte Criato has entered the lists for a share of the up- Sound transportation patronage. Her run is between this city, Shelton and Tacoma. A proposal for establishing a glass factory in this city is before tbe Board of Trade. Five acres of land are wanted near railroad and water com munication. The regular examination of teachers for Thurston county, will take place at the Washington school building, next Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the 9th, 10th and 11th. The steamer Estella will make excursion trips to Butler's Cove, Sun day. This opportunity for out-door recreation should be improved as the season is rapidly waning. The irrepressible Geo. Hazzard visited this city a few days ago. His presence had nothing to do with party matters as he declares that he has absolutely and unequivocally gone out of politics. The Elks' minstrels have declined the invitation to give one of their un rivaled performances at Tacoma, in aid of the Interstate Fair, in conse quence of inability to secure the co operation of all the members. Charley Talcott's bicycle experience seems to be uuusually unfortunate. He had another fall, Sunday, while crossing a bridge, near Little Rock. It seems he struck some obstruction - aud was throwu off the bridge into the water. The Veterans' Reunion at Gray's Harbor begins on the 10th inst., ami tickets will be sold to those who at tend at one fare. A pavillion is in process of construction 116 by 50 feet in size, for accommodation of the old soldiers. (Sen. llazzard Stevenc is domiciled at The Olympia. The periodical visits of this gentleman, who has large property interests in this city, and who lias contributed so much towards it- advancement, is a welcome event to our people. Gull Harbor was the gathering place fur a large party of picnicers and campers, last Saturday and Sun day. Dancing, fishing, eating and sleeping were among the principal pastimes, especially eating and sleep ing. The assessment of property in this city just completed shows a total valuation of $2,43fi,97.3, a reduction of $378,190 from last year's levy. That of Tumwater foots us $102,730, a re duction of $28,023 from the valuation of 1893. On Saturday, the 11th inst.. an im portant meeting of the Thurston County Horticultural Society will lie held in the basement of the Court house, to consider the subject of " Diseases and l'ests," and it is desired that everybody owning fruit trees be present. The fact that the ladies of the \V. C. T. L". have resolved not to wear bird plumage on their bonnets or other head gear, any longer, revives the conviction that the millennium may not be so far away as some pessimists have been locating it. "In Society," at Olympia Theater, Monday, night, was admirably ren dered by that talented duo, Kyrle Bel lew and Mrs. Cora Ur<piliart Potter. The support was likewise good, and we have heard of nothing but favora ble comment of players and play. The season for meteors and shoot ing stars is approaching and it be comes everybody to be on the alert to see these wonders of the upper regions of our firmament. An army of scientists are now hunting for a large meteor that fell in Central California a few days ago* Hubert Alland and Frank Howard had an altercation at the old Pacilic House, Friday night, during which a pistol was tired, presumably by Alland, as Howard claims that his scalp was grazed by a ball, and he has had Al land bound over to answer for an as sault with a deadly weapon. There is a perceptible revival of the building and repairing industries in and about the city, and carpenters are taking advantage of the improved condition of affairs. Close observers are predicting a resumption of lively times in the leading channels of trade in the early months of another year. The present warm weather seems to have a damaging effect on a good many of Olympia's citizens heretofore supposed to be people of irreproach able serenity. This besetting sin ap pears to be calling each other bad names and then lighting upon each other as a pussy cat lights upon a stray rodent. An Olympia couple have agreed to marry as soon as they can see the wall of the Capitol boilding ten feet above the ground. Another couple are going to wait till the million dollar structure is finished so they can be married by the Chief Justice in the Legislative hall. This will be a capi tol marriage, surely. Manager O'Brien's latest experience has been ni directing a rehearsal of " Box and Cox," which has been changed from a farce to a sensational drama, under the title of " Box and Curry." If the Gen. O'Brien makes as much of a success of this venture as he did of " Pinafore" and " The Mika do," his brow will be crowned with ad ditional laurels. Col. Owing's building in the rear of Chambers' brick, on Fourth street, has undergone about as much trans i formation as the pocket-knife which lost its identity by having a new blade riveted into the handle, and after wards a new hAndle riveted to the blade. The old building in question will be practically new, with new floors, new sides and new roof. Frank Williamson, the most exten sive logger on the upper Sound says that the prospects for a renewal of the timber trade, from foreign orders, is quite encouraging. There is now a larger demand than during many previous years at this season, and it is steadily increasing. This affords an encouraging outlook for our commu nity which is directly benefitted by the excellent growth of timber tribu tary to our trade. Rev, C. C, Mareton's audience at the Theater, Sunday night, was quite large and exceedingly appreciative. The main features of his discourse were condemnation of gossipping wo men and a dissection of meddlesome deacons, which he classified as the " bald-beaded," the " red-headed," the " horned" and " sanctimonious" classes. After the address an exhibi tion of stereoptican views was given, and as usual in all religious meetings, the " hat" was passed for a collection to defray expenses. Arrangements have been made for the Port Gamble mills to begin opera tions at once. Ed. Cunningham was badly burned Friday last, near Walla Walla, hand ling a gun. The tube blew out, severe ly burning his face. The Oakesdale Sun says that a con vention of the threshing-machine men was held at Oakesdale last Thursday, at which it was agreed to charge the old scale for threshing, 5 and 6 cents, and in addition the farmers to feed the teams. The wages of tbe crew are to be out from 10 to 15 per cent. Awarded Highest Honors, World's Fair. •DH * CREAM RUON6 pswm MOST PERFECT MADE- A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any othrr adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE THURSTON INSTITUTE TEACHERS MEET TO COMPARE NOTES. A l.ood .attendance—Address by the fount)' Nuprrintrndcnt - Prof. Heeler. Conductor of the Institute, Kipreiurt hi* Views-Hie. The Thurston County Teachers' In stitute met, in the Washington school building, Monday, with an attendance of seventy-six teachers. The exercises opened with an ad dress by Miss Amy Case. County Su perintendent. The speaker referred to manifest importance of the work before them, to formulate new plans and methods of imparting instruction based upon the observation and expe rience of all. Among the manifold duties of teacher is the Herculean task of moulding character; to teach that no act ends with itself, but strengthens a good or had habit, and that'habit forms character. All concede that a teacher's intluence is almost un bounded. We have only to listen to a grandsire's recital of youthful experi ences in a school room to realize the almost indelible impression made for good or evil by teachers. The sculp tor works upon marble; the painter upon canvas, but the teachers upon that wrhich is imperishable, the im mortal mind. Dare we, then assume the guidance of an immortal soul without the most serious thought and preparation. liet us take counsel of the inspired writer who said " If any niAn lack wisdom, let him ask of God, who giveth liberally to all men, and upbraideth not, and it shall tie given him." Rev. T. J. Lamont invoked a divine blessing upon the institute's work, after which a hymn was sung. Prof. Bceler spoke of the duty of teachers to give the new accessions to their ranks the benefit of their knowledge of methods derived from experience, and urged the teachers to feel free to question on subjects which were not clear. Miss Stowell, a teacher in Stanford University, took primary work as her subject, and urged that numbering should be taught with a combination of numbers from objects in nature, and thus do away with the abstract jingle of two aud two make four. In the afternoon Mrs. Keyes gave an exercise in mental arithmetic, dwelling upon the forms of analysis, and Miss Stowell made passing refer ence to classic writers 011 education. School administration was the theme of an address by A. J. Faulk nor, in which the law relating to edu cation was outlined. The session of the day closed with an answer to queries by State Super intendent Bean. Miss Lottie Conant is Secretary of the Institute, and the following com mittees were de-ignated: Resolutions, Miss Mary Page, Miss Kate Seward, Miss Cruikshank. Sociability, Miss Janet Moore, Miss Boyer, Miss McClurken, T. N. Henry. Entertainment, Miss Libby. Miss Ward, Ernest Taylor, Miss Moore, Miss Page, T. N. Henry, Miss Hill. Wednesday's session opened with a word analysis by Mrs. Keyes, which was followed by a talk on primary reading by Miss Stowell. Mrs. Keyes, then gave an exercise in longitude, and one in mental arilhematic, Prof. Beeler spoke on algebra and psychol ogy, and methods in arilhematic; Miss Stowell on educational classics, and Mr. Faulknor presented the legal relation between parent and teacher. The exercises of the day closed with an address by Prof. Bean on the Slate course of study. Wednesday was devoted to discus sion of the topics embraced in the pro gramme. _ A notable event of the present ses sion is the presence of Miss Slowell, whose mature ideas derived from a wider field of experience, have contrib uted so much to advance the work be fore the institute. She has devoted her time here mainly to inculcation of ufethods in the primary department, and many golden precepts have fallen from her lips which will result in good to the cause of education. Prof. Brintnall and Judge Root vis ited the Institute yesterday and made short addresses. THE DEAD-LOCK CONTINUES. The t'Hy I'ouncll Cannot Decide upon a laccensr for Conncllmau at l.arge—Bicyclists Waal to Bide on Certain Sldewalks ltou tlne Business. Council met as usual Wednesday evening, and balloting was resumed for councilman to fill the vacancy caused by resignation of Mr. Gilmour. Councilman Lanimon nominated Millard Lemon, and the first ballot stood: Barnes 3, Phipps 2, Lemon 1. On the second ballot, the old tie was resumed, Barnes 3 and Phipps 3. Af ter a third ballot, resulting the same, the order was passed. A petition was presented from a number of bicyclists and citizens who favored fair play asking the Council to reconsider tbe ordinance prohibiting riding of bicycles on sidewalks out side out of tbe business center of the city. They recite that in winter the streets are in such condition that it is impossible to use the streets, and many persons use their wheels in going to and from business. A num ber of restrictions governing riding were also recommended. The peti tion went to the Committee on Judi ciary. The Street Commissioner was in structed to remove obstructions on Boundary street. Fred Arnold's liquor license was re newed. The application of J. Pullis was referred to the License committee. The Light and Water committe re commended that no more lights be placed in use and therefore it was or dered that no light be placed at the alley on Fourth street, between Co lumbia and Water streets. A communication from George A. Barnes, regarding planking and gravel ling, was referred to the Ways and Means committee. T. N. Ford asked permission to en close the west side of his office build ing on Fourth street. The applica tion was referred to the Fire, Light and Water committee. The following demands were or dered paid: George Martin t .*> OS Talcott Broe g go Alex Dryedale IS 40 H. K. UiH'hcrty g 50 Marrlt* A Covington a 50 W. A. Weller ... a 50 8. M. McClellan *75 Street pay roll 68 00 Salary pay roll ....'.7m>oo Black hew: ying is Style.—D is re ported that fully JOO people are en camped at the foot of the Black Hills, gathering blackberries. There are representatives from Olympia, Tum water, Centralia, Little Rock, Mound Prairie, Bucoda and other points. They go prepared b>r canning the fruit as it is picked, and to remain several days. V ash on College. —This institution opens its Fall term on Tuesday, Sept. 4, under most favorable auspices. Dur ing the school year just closed, a three story building, "Commercial Hall," has been erected a few feet from the main college edilice. In this building are located the gymnasium, business department and class rooms. Dor mitories will occupy the second and third ;Hoor. * Camt-ufe ani> the Rivalry it Causes. —There has been a rich har vest for the owners of the local boat service since the camping-out eeascn began, as a trip by water to the many delightful picnic groves on the shores of the bay has lately been the favorite means of reereation. All aloug the shore may he seen the evidence of camp-life. At Butler's Cove Judge Gordon holds "court" with a select party of his associates, at Hartstein Island several families are cosily en camped, and at Gull Harbor and in its vicinity many others have swung their hammocks among tlie trees, doubtless to witness the antics of those whales, which the Olympian says desport themselves within those pelucid waters. This temporary change of residence of so many of our people, necessitates, of course, con stant means of water communiation, besides that afforded by the several steamers which obligingly call in at many newly established landings to accommodate the wants of the camp ers. The principal means of conunuu cation is by row and sail boats, and competition has brought the hire of boats down to absolutely nothing. Tuesday the price per hour for row boats had reached the bed-rock rate of five cents per hour, when one of the competing firms closed the contest by hanging out the sign " Boats free." 'Tis ever thus. Rivalry always over turns the plate when it rains porridge. A GLIMPSE OK SrißtT LlKE.—Spirit ualists, and those who are inclined to give a fair hearing to all faiths before condemning, will find an excellent means of investigation at the theater Sunday night, in the presence of those great mediums, Paul and Peter West, who have been creating such a wonder ful sensation wherever they have ap peared. This exhibition of occult power must not be confounded with the ropetyiug, cabinet performances, or the trickery of the mounteback who prostitutes a noble cause for gain. It stands upon its merits and courts the fullest investigation. Nor is there an infinite number of promises made which will not be fulfilled. What is promised will, in the main, be per formed, the only changes made will necessarily be the result of changed conditions of each audience. Dr. West is a firm believer in that which he presents for public consideration, aud he has reared a family in the spiritual faith. He explains the origin and progress of modern spirit ualism, and shows that it is only a de gree of enlightenment in the religious world, the same as a new piece of ma chinery in the mechanical world. That frauds exist, he maintains, demonstrates the presence of the genuine, for there can be no couuter feot without the true article to pattern from. The Wests have appeared be fore the faculties of Harvard, Yale and Princeton Colleges, and before the eminent Prof. Crooks, and other mem bers of the Royal Scientific Society of London, aud the great Prof. Zoellner, of Germany, and all have admitted that his demonstrations have been amazing, wonderful and convincing. The price of admission has been placet! at 50 and 25 cents, to enable all to attend who may feel inclined to investigate the hidden laws which surround the earlhlife and its connec tion with the Spiritland. A Nb\v KIND OF A CLAMBAKE. — Kauptman Boesl, last Sunday, gave a queer kind of a clambake (a glam pake, as he calls ii) at Butler's Cove. Instead of the succulent clam, 'which has always been considered an essen tial ingredient of the clambake proper, Germau ingenuity solved the problem of having a bake when the tide is in, or its promoters too proud or tired to dig forclams. One of their inexhausti ble brands of wursts was substituted —bradwurst—a kind of sausage which stands in relation to that delicacy about as Limburger cheese does to the common article, of condensed milk, at a German outing. The Kauptman did not stint the supply.* Seven hundred links of bradwurst were made to order for the 40 or 50 people pres ent, which with pastry and other eatables, and two ten-gallon kegs jof beer, were consumed, without gather ing as many basketfulls of scraps as was noted in the parable, where the supply was much smaller to serve a multi tude. Thus another innovation is made upon American habits, and one which our German friends declare has '•Gome to sthav." Heawlutlons. At a regular meeting of the Young People's Society of the Central Baptist Church, of Olynipia, Wash., held July 13th, 1894, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted: W HEBEAS, Our pastor. Rev. C. C. Mars ston, has been assailed by the tongue of gossip; and W HEBEAS, No far as we can see, the as assault is both unjust aud unfounded, except in the imaginations of evil-minded gossip- therefore, lie it ■Rrsoftied, By the Young People's ijocjety of the Central Baptist Church of Olympia, Ist, That it is a pleasure for us to thus de clare our sincere believe jo our pastor's innocence of the insinuations aud slurs cast upon biiu 3d That he has conduct ed himself during his stay among us as a Christian gentleman, worthy the respect and confidence ot all. 3d, That we will, with renewtd activity, second the efforts ol our pastor in his self-sacrificing work for the salvation of souls, and pledge him our earnest prayers and supimrt in this time of sore trial. The new 100,000-gallon tank in the city park in Seattle has been working for several days, and has been doing excellent service for Renton bill and other high-service districts. It is filled during the day, and before the following morning it is drained nearly dry. Since it has been established there has been no complaint from the high-service districts that the pressure is insufficient. A big forest fire is sweeping every thing on the Kettle river fiats on the Colville reservation, and considerable valuable limber has been destroyed. UNTIL about for years ago, the Per sian government lev&d a tax on cats. NEWS FOR THE AFFLICTED. One of the Celebrated lire. Darrlti to Visit Ol) tttpiii. With Offices at The Olympia. While averse to drawing the atten tion of our readers to any advertise ment which partakes of a medical character, we feel more than justified in over-riding this objection with re spect to the announcement in this issue of the coming visit of l)r. Darrin to tills city. This far-famed physician (late from Paris, London and New York), who has achieved a great reputation throughout the coast and the North west, has been prevailed upon, through the urgent request of many in this vicinity, to visit Olympia, Wash., as they could not afford by their time and business to consult him at his offices in Seattle and Portland. The doctor has at last consented to visit this city, to accommodate the atliicted, and will have his offices at the Hotel Olympia, rooms N'os. 10 and 11, lor one week only, Aug. 20 to Sept. 1. Those wish ing to consult with the doctor will lind it to their advantage to call on him while here. He comes to us laden with testimon ials, from throughout the whole North west, and the authenticated reports of some of his cures seem nothing short of miraculous. So many thousands are already acquainted with his mode of treatment, it seems necessary only to say that he uses little or no medi cine in the majority of cases, and per fects his cures by the wonderful power of electro magnetism. There are a few of the ills to which human llesh is heir, which can not be relieved and generally permanently cured by Dr. Darrin's Electro-Mag netic treatment, and eases that have resisted the efforts of ordinary physi cians have yielded to his power. These cases embrace almost every kind of disease, and, as said before, no man, woman or child need despair of relief, and cure while Dr. Darrin offers his valuable services. Unlike other physicians who have become eminent in their profession, the doctor's charges are extremely moderate, and reasonable, according to circumstances and ability to pay, and he will not undertake any cases that he can not cure or benefit. Should there be any cases that are incurable, he will immediately dis cover them on consultation, thus saving his patients any further expen diture of money and time, which they might otherwise squander. Dr. Darrin makes a specialty of all diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and throat, Catarrh and deafness, and all nervous, chronic and private diseases, such as Loss of Manhood, Blood taints, Hyphilis, Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Spermatorrhoea, Seminal weakness, and i-ioss of Desire of Sexual Tower in Man or Woman. All peculiar Female Troubles, Irregular Menstruation, Lu corrhoea, Displacements, etc., are con fidentially aud successfully treated. Most cases can be treated at home after one visit to the doctor's office. Office hours from 9 A. M. .to 5 R. M. Evenings, 7to 8. Sundays 10 A. M. to 2 I*. M. The worthy poor will be treated free, according to his time honored custom from 9to 10 A. M. daily. Circulars and question blanks sent free. Inquiries answered. All busi ness relations with Dr. Darrin strictly confidential. ■ 1 ■ Olympic ( Diversity Will open at Olympia, Wash., Sept. 18, 1894. Faculty composed of specialists. College, normal, prepara tory, business, music, elosution courses. Best advantages at lowest expense in the Northwest. For courses of study, information, etc., address the Presi dent, B. W. Brintnall, 402 West Twelfth street, Olympia, Wash. L. W. Adkins, of Eureka Flats, one of the farmer kings of the Walla Walla valley, stated that in order to test a a field of wheat, which he is now heading, he timed one header, and found that in 15 minutes six large header-bed loads had been cut. The straw is cut short and the heads are large and heavy. Mr. Adkins has 650 acres of similar wheat to thresh this year. PERSONAL MENTION. JOHN L. DERRICK, of Salisbury, N.C., la ninety years old and weighs two hundred and thirty pounds. CHARLES MONOKT, still living in Kings county, N. Y., invented the "monkey" wrench, lie sold his patent for two thousand dollars. LUKE SMITH, of Acton, Mass-.isper haps the only man living whose father fought at Bunker Hill. Mr. Smith was in the rebellion himself, and is eighty. Lucres LANGDON NICHOLAS, who has just married Mrs. Bishop, mother of the late mind reader of that name, is said to be great-great-grandson of 4 Russian emperor. DAVID S. PATTERSON, of North Platte, Neb., who is seventy-five years of age and has been totally blind all his life, has received letters patent on a device in the driving gear of a locomotive. THE executors of the estate of the late Mrs. Theresa Fair, of San Fran cisco, intend to erect to her memory in Holy Cross cemetery, San? Mateo goun ty, a mausoleum to cost not less than $50,000. The decorations will 'be very elaborate. A Little Daughter Of a Church of England minister .cured of a di«tres»ing raeh, by Ayer'a Sarsapariila. Mr. RICHARD BIRRS, the well-known Druggist, 207 McGill St., Montreal, P. Q., says: I have sold Ayer's Family Medicines for 40 years, and have heard nothing but good said of them. I know of many Wonderful Cures performed by Ayer's Sarsapariila, one in particular being that of a little daughter of a Church of England minis ter. The child was literally covered from head to foot with a red and ex ceedingly troublesome rash, from which she had .suffered for two or three years, in spile of the best medical treatment available. Her father WAS in great distress about the case, and, at my recommendation, at last began to ad minister Ayer's Sarsapariila, two bot tles of which effected a complete cure, •much to her relief and her father's delight. lam sure, were he here to-day, woqld testify in (he strongest terms as to the merits of Ayer's Sarsapariila Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell,Mass. Cures others, will cure you THIS WEEK.... . ■■ ►; X UNMATCHABLE I values IRRESISTIBLE. EXCELLENT... | 111 Hlffil'S'. 20 dozen Ladies* Fast Black Seamless Ilose, 15 cents. 20 dozen Ladies' Fast Black Seamless Ilose (2 thread) 20 cents. 15 dozen Ladies' Ilose, double heel and sole, and high splice*] heel— line guage, and guaranteed by Louis Ilerinsdorf Dyer. First-class in every particular as to length, shape, etc.. 25 cents. 20 dozen Men's Fast Black 2-thread Seamless Half hose, 121 cents. 0 dozen Men's Fast Black full iinished Half Hose, fine trance, double O O 7 heels and toes. 19 cents. G. W. P. CO., W. N. GARRETSON, Mgr. Olympia Branch. B. O. BOX 39G. Sheriff's Sale ON FORECLOSURE. SUI'KKIOIt Court, State of Washington, in RUti for Thuratoo county. R. E. Smyth**, Treasurer, Plaintiff, v*. W. H. Wick ham, Mary J. Wickliam, Lowell 11. Hoard man ami Chariot* I'atbudc, Defendants. Under and hv virtue of an order of nalc issued out of the Superior Court of the State ol Washing ton, holding terms at Olympia, in and for Thura ton conuty, said State, on the 2d day of July, A. D. 1*94, on a decree rendered therein on the 6th day of June, A. D. 1*94. in the above entitled ac tion, in favor of the above named plaintiff, and against the above named defendants for the gum or one thousand live hundred sixty-five aud 96-100 (91,505.96) dollars, together with costs of suit amounting to thirty-five and 20-100 ($115.20) dol lars. aud premium on insurance amounting to sev enteen aud 95-100 ($17.95) dollars, and amounting lu all to the sum of one thousand »i.\ hundred nineteen and 11 100 (11.619.11) dollars, which said order of sale was to me as Sheriff of Thuratou county, Washington, duly directed aud delivered, and by which 1 am commanded to sell at public auction according to law, the following described real estate, to-wit: Beginning 190 feet south of the northwest corner of block four (4) In Ayer's addition to the city ol Olyinuia. Thurston county. Stale of Washington, according to the recorded plat of said addition, thence running east 10;; feet, thence north 100 feet, thence west lat feel, thence south 100 feet to the place of beginning. Public notice is hereby given that I have this day levied upon the above described real estate, and will on the 6th day of August, A. D. 1*94. at 10 o'clock A. M. Of said day. at the front door of the Court-house of said Thurstou couutv, in the city of Olympia, sell the same at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise sufficient to satisfy said last above named amount, together with in creased cost and increased interest. Dated July 3d, I*9l. G. 8. PRINCE, Sheriff of Thurston county, Washington, Dooum.E A Fooo, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Date of first publication July 6,1394. Sheriff's Sale UNDER FORECLOSURE SUPERIOR Court, State of Washington, in and for Thurston county. Mary M. Miller, Plaintiff, vs. William Hillings aud Charles A. Billings. Defendant*. Under and by virtue of an order of sale issued out of the Superior Court of Ihe State jf Washing ton, holdiug terms at O'.ympia. in and for Thurs ton couuty, said State, ou the 11th day of July, A. D. 1*94, in the above entitled action, on a Judg ment and decree reudered thereiu on the 9th day of July, A. D. 1894, in favor of the above named plaintiff, aud agatuet the above uamed defend* aula, lor ihe suui of four huudred eleven aud 82- 100 ($411.82) dollars, together with an attorney's fee ot forty-one ($41.00) dollars, and costs of suit aiuouutiug to twenty-two and 50-100 ($£2.50) dol lars, and amounting in all to the sum of four huu dred aeveuty-five and 32-100 ($475.32) dollars, which order of vale was to me as Sheriff of Thurs ton county, duly directed aud delivered, aud by which 1 am cujumanded to sell at public auction, according to law, the following described real estate, to-wit: The east half of the northeast quarter (K C, of NK » 4 ); the southwest quarter of the uortheast quarter (SW of NK If) and the northwest quarter o! the southeast quarter (NW of SE * 4 )o! section twenty-four (24) in township seveuteen (17) north ol range two (2) west of the Willamette incridiau, in Thurston county, State of Washington, aud containing one hundred and sixty acres. Wow, therefore, public notice is hereby given that I have this day levied upon the above de scribed property, and that I will on the 13lh dav of August, A. D. 1*94, at 10 o'clock A. m. of sahl day, at the front door of ttfe Court-house of said Thurston county, iu the city oi OP mpta, sell the same at public auction, to tne hishest bidder, for cash in band, or so much thereof as may be ne cessary to raise sufficient to satisfy said last above named amount, together with increased costs and lucreased interest. Dated July 13th, 1894. O. S. PRINCE, Sheriff of Thuraton county, Stale of Washington. By F. L. NOHTHCP, Deputy. I ROBINSON & LINN, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Date of first publication, Jnfy 13th. 1*94. Sheriff's Sale, UNDER SPECIAL EXECUTION. IN the Superior Court of the State or Washing ton, in and for Thurston county. Q. H. Thcil, Plaintiff, vi. Jamea Sullivan, De fendant. Under and by virtue of a apeolal execution la aued out of the Superior Court of the State of Washington, In and for the county of Thurston, holding terms at Olympla, Washington, on the 38th day of July, A. D. 1891, on a judgment ren dered In said Court on the Stith day of June. A. D. 1894. In favor of the above named plaintiff and against the above named defendant for the sum or eight hundred twpnty-eight and IS-100 (*828.- 16) dollars, together with interest at the rate of 8 per rent per annum, from June 'is, 1894, and coata of auit amounting to forty-seven and sv 100 ($47.86) dollars, and amounting in all to the sum of eight hundred aeventy-alx and 01-100 1876-01) dollars, which execution was to me aa Sheriff of Thurston ounty. Washington, duly dlreeted and delivered, and by whleh 1 am com manded to aell at public auction aeoordlng to law, the following described real estate, to-wit: Block eighty-one (81) in the city of Olympla, Thurston county. Washington. Public notloc la hereby given that I have this day levied upon the above described real estate, and will, on the 3d day of September. A. D. 1894, at 10 o'clock *. M. of said day, at the front door of the court House of aatd Thurston county, in the city of Olympla, aell the same at public auc tion. to the bigheat bidder for eaah, or eo much thereof aa may be neeeasary to raise sufficient to aatlafv aald last above named amount, together with increased coata and Increased Interest. Dated August 2d. 1891. O. S. PRINCE. Sheriff of Thurston County, State of Washington. By P. 1.. NORTH UP, Deputy. Robissox A I.IN x. Plaintiff's Attorneys. Date of first publication, Aug. 3, 1894. THE SICK HEALED. THe Weak made Strong. If yon arc either nick or debilitated, do not be dlscqupiged. COMPOUND OXYGEN bit* wrought many wonderful cures and has given strength to many. Wo "know thin to be true from our own experience of 25 years, and we are ready to tarnish abundant proof. 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Solicits a continuation of the patronage given Mr. Squires, anil guarantees Lowest Prices And best goods in the way of Groceries Notice of Sale Under Decree of Foreclosure of Trust Deed and nor (gage. IN the Superior Court of King county, State of Washington. No. 18,016. Robert Croft. Plaintiff, v Stitcllffe Baxter and Harriet Baxter, bis wife, County of Kins, J. 1). Bowman. William H. LeMay. Herbert Le- May. Charles LeMay and Edward LeMay, partner! doing buaineaa under the Arm name and style of W. 11 and H. LeMay, J. W. George and Cassandra K. George, hia wile, Cyras Walker, William Walker end 1). 11. Jeekiou Defendant*. Public notice ie hereby given by the nnder elgned to all whom it may eoncern. that by vir tue and In pursuance of a judgment and decree of fereeloaure duty rendered end entered by the above named court In the above entitled aetlon on the 6th day of July, 1894, in favor of the above named plaintiff, and by virtue of an order of sale duly Issued out of said court to the under signed on the 6th day of July, 1894, in pursuance of aatd judgment and decree, the undersigned the Sheriff of Thuraton county. In the State of Washington, has duly levied upon, seixed and taken Into execution and will offer for sale and •ell at public auction, according to law and in accordance with the directions in aatd judgment and decree and execution and order of sale con tained, on the 20th day of August, 1894, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court house door at the main front entrance of the Court-house in the city of Olympia, In aatd Thuraton county, all of the property described In aalo judgment and decree of foreclosure situ ated In aald Thuraton county and bereinbelow described, in separate parcels and subject to the redemption of the same, as provided by law to raiae the amount necessary to pay the costs and expenses o' such sale, and to pay the judgment, whict Judgment is for the total sum of SSO 734,25 Including principal, interest, attorney's fees and costs, together with Interest on the smonct of •sld judgment from the day of its rendition at the rate of ten per cent per annum, and to Dav and discharge the sum of *>79.33, the amount paid by the plaintiff aa taxes upon said property and to pay and discharge any further taxee on •aid property remaining unpaid, such sale to be made in accordance with the statute in such ease made and provided, and in pursuance of said execution and order of tale, unlets said amounts hereinabove specified, together with any coats and expenses incurred preparatory to safe, be sooner paid; that the undersigned will so sell said property at public auctlou to the highest bidder, subject to the right of redemp tion thereof secured by law; aad that the follow ing is the description of said property so to be •old at the time and place and in the manner aforesaid, aa the same is described la said judg ment and decree and in said execution and order of tale, to-wit: The northeast quarter of section thirty (10) In township eighteen (18) north of range three (3) weet, containing one hundred and sixty acres Dated July 10th, 1894. G, 8, PRINCE, Sheriff of Thurston county, Washington MI RKS, SHKPAKD 4 WOODS, Plaintiff's At torneys. Date of first publication. July 20, 1894. ROBT. FROST, DEALER IN General Hardware, AOENT FOR Knapp, Burrell Ic Co., BAIN WAGONS -AND— AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. D. M. Osborne & Co., BELF-BINDERB REAPERB AMD MOWERN Judson and Giant Powder, For stump aud tree blasting. Goods at factory prices. Call for de scriptive circulars. FISHINCiTACKLE CMX^ HOOKS OF ALL SIZES j • • Aft D • • • PAINTB OK ALL COLORS ! 6. B. Nairn's Drag more, l COB. FOCRTH AND WASHINGTON. May 22th 2mo . . WALL PAPER . . Stationey, School i Blank Rooks TOYS, DOLLS, ETC. Pictures Framed. Agent for Butterick Patterns. WKm o'commoii. Grainger Mock, Main Street, Olympia, Wash Olympia Wasli., Jan. C, 189-1. t C. H. SPRINGER, GEO. S. ALLEN. ALLEN WHITE. President. Vice President. Secretary OLYMPIA DOOR & LUMBER COMPANY, Manufacturers of All Kinds LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, Snsli Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, Mantels, ;Band-SawinG, Turning, Stair Work, Etc. Cedar Mill at Flma, Wash. Saw Mill, Factory, Shingle Mill awl j Head Office at Olympia. Wash. uus-92 Telephone No. 35. Jos. Stripf, GROCERIES. 514 MAIN STREET. All Kinds of Feed and Hay at Bottom Prices. GOOD GOODS AND LOW PRICES MARK W. JONES, DEALER IIV STOVES AND TINWARE. 121 Fourfli Street, Olympla. Washington. PLUMBING, STEAM and GAS Fitting, Hoofing, Lining, Etc. Repairing Neatly Done and Promptly Attended To. July 28,1893 tf Oliver & Company Have opened np in the Stuart block with a Full Line of Choice Groceries, Grain. FLOUR, BRAN, ROLLED BARLEY, SHORTS, MIDDLINGS CHOPS, WHEAT AND OATS Which we arc Rolling at prices that are lower than the lowest, and our stock is new and fresh. A Carload of Choice Seed Oats Jnst Arrived OLIVER & CO., CORNER MAIN ANJ> SIXTH STREETS, .... OLYMI'IA, WASH. T. d. McBRATNEY & CO., Practical Horsesloeiig aid Scleral Blacksoiieg, CARRIAGE ANT) WAGON MAKERS AND REPAIRERS. DEALERS IN CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS, ROAD CARTS, Plows and Agricultural Implements of all kinds. It will pay you to get our prices before buying elsewhere as we are selling April 28, 1893. tf Summons. IS the Superior Court of the State of Washing ton, holding terms at Olympia, for Ttnir>tou county. IJxzlu Murray. • Plaintiff, | vs. )■ Summons. J a me- Murray. Defendant. J Stale of Washington to the said James Murray,' Defendant. You are hereby summoned to appear within twerty days after the service »t itiia summons | upon you, exclusive ol the day «l • rvice, and de fend the above entitled action n the Superior I Court, State *>f Washington, for Thur-ioii county, | holding terms Nt iHvnpit, end wrvr a copy ol , your answer or pleadings on the person w hose MUM is subscribed to this summons, at the place herein specified at his office or posloffice address. In case of your failure to do so. judgment will he ! rendered against you, according to the demand j of the complaint filed with the Clerk ol the above ; named (V url. The object of the action is toob- I tain a decree of divorce, desolving the bonils of matrimony between you and plaintiff on the i grounds of desertion and failure to provide and maintain your family, and for costs. JOHN P. JI'DSON. Attorney f»»r PtaiLtifi. Post office address. Tacoiua, Wu.; office. 11M Pacific Ave., rootn 213 Date of first publication, June 29. I *<94. TIIE NEW OLYMPIA THEATER hr Ktu( an KmratbU Terns. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE AT OLYMPIA, WASH., I July'j. lnfti. \ Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler ha" filed notice of his intention to uiako final prool in suj port of his claim, and (bat said priHif will In? made before the Register and lie : ceiver at Olympia. Wash-, on Mouday. August 13. I*9#, vi/.: John McNeal. Hd. entry No. XI, for the SK'H See. 20, Tp. 17 N . R. 3 west. ' lie name* the following witnesses to prove hi* continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: George Sturtevaut. of Little Rock, Wash.: George W. Nulton. of Turn water. Wash.: I Lynn Bloom, of Little Rock, Wash. ; J. L. bare. . ol Little Rock, Wash. JKSSK F. MPR PHY. ' Keg'sler. Date of first publicalioii, July H, ISJ3. "THE BIVOUAC MONTHSANO, WASH. Jas. A. Kelly, Pro The beat of wines, liquors a.ol cigars cou Htantly ou hand. M. JV. ROOT, ATTORNEY I COUNSELOR AT LAW. Court House Building* Olympia, Wash. U2s*92tf