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Something Interestlng About the two Theories of It. The Thoughts of a. Living God. Ideas of the Bible. Its Value. Divine Intelligence. Rev. Napoleon Hoagland spoke of the two theories of inspiration at the Unitar ian services in Tacoma hall. He said one 1 of them is the familiar teaching that we have heard in the evangelical churches and Sunday schools. It represents David and Paul as inspired but Lincoln and Whittier as not. It represents inspiration as a scarce article, in fact it teaches that there . has not been any to speak of for a couple of thousand years and even then a handful of Hebrews had a monopoly of it. Accord ing to this idea, God did not have anything to say worth mentioning to anyone else, and he did not take much interest in any one not Hebrews. The idea' seems to have been that we would have fared rather bad ly if the Hebrews had remained obedient and kept the monopoly of God’s favor all too themselves. But they proved un worthy so the Gentiles were permitted to share what had before been the exclusive privileges of the Israelites. This is as much as :to say that we would not have known whether there is a. true God or not, had not these Hebrew God-seeing men told us. The ordinary evanglical christian worships AN “ABSENTEE” GOD, One who has long since retired from active business relations With the world. The heathen as we call him, who sees God in clouds and hears him in the wind comes not so far amiss. The notion that God’s clearest word comes to us in the language of an ancient record vouchsafed to a dif ferent race speaking a different language from our own. tends to sap the vitality of our thought concerning a loving God with whom we have vital relations. If the Bible is accepted as ﬁnal authority ‘ on all subjects treated all thought on those ‘ points is at an end. The old fashioned , arithmetics had the answers conveniently j printed just under or by the side of the ' statement of the problem. .The improved - books have the answers hid away in the - back pages or else left out altogether. This is on the theorv that the most important thing is not the answer, but the strength and clearness of mind that comes from in- , telii gent independent mental action. Many . people look at the Bible as a. book that i contains life's problems all spelled out. Ask them for their opinion about the . problems/of divorce, temperance, labor and , capital, and they quote a Bible text. ‘ THE BIBLE’S VALUE , 1 as a book of insplration is not that it 4 merely records What some one else thought ‘ or saw, its value is in the proportion that 1 it makes us think and see. The other theory of inspiration is that it is not ﬁnal ‘ but progressive, that it is not local but uni- l versal. It recognizes the divine in breath inginto the mind of saintlyh broad seeing C souls in all races and generations 1 “The word unto the prophet spoken, V Was writ on tables yet unbroken, The word by seers and sybils told h In groves of oak or fanes of gold , Still ﬂoats upon the morning Wind r Still whispers to the willing mind." ‘ Thus wrote Emerson ﬁfty years ago, ( and he was like one “crying in, the wilder- f ness.” Today his thought, is echoed not only by the entire church of which he was , a member, but it is voiced by scholarly and devout men in many of the leading s churches of the land. But the theory that 1 inspiration was as constant and universal 1 as the sunlight was not original with ( Emerson. The idea that God is near to man and speaks in many and familiar 1 signs and voices is as old as the most an— ( crent worship of the stars and sky. One of 1 the ﬁrst things that man is found doing e that distinguishes his habits from actions 1 purely animal is his endeavor to come into ' conscmus and friendly . 1 RELATIONS WITH THE UNSEEN I powers. An animal, though ignorant, is never superstitious. It never hears voices in the silence or bows before the unseen. I think of inspiration as the inﬂowing of mental and moral energy which lifts us to higher levels and ﬁlls us with more abun dant life. There is something very whole some ii‘. the thought “that we lie open” on the intellectual or soul side “to all the deeps of spiritual nature, to all the attri butes of God,” whether we be writing poems or making coats, uttering prophe- SiES or nailing boards. The one who drow sily passes the morning hours with the blinds drawn close may think it is still night, but the fact that he is unconscious of the light that ﬂoods the earth and is struggling to ﬁnd entrance into every key hole. crack and cranny, is no criticism against the sun. It is a criticism of his or her own ignorance and stupidity. In something like the same way I am per suaded the Divine Intelligence is seeking to enlighten every man coming mto the World. Culture of the mind does not make the light, it only opens the way for itsre ception. “Genius hovers with his sun shlne and music close by the darkest and the deafest ears.” As there is no screen between our heads and the inﬁnite heavens, so is there no bar or wall in the soul where man, the eﬁ‘ect, ceases, and God, the cause, begins. FOR SALE. —... J A Steam Saw-Mill. 1 A saw-mill, with a ﬁfteen-horsc-power engine, boiler and sundry other ﬁxtures, all complete and nearly new, will be sold, ‘ (on the Union Paciﬁc dock in the elty of ( Olympia.) to the highest bidder, on Satur— day, October 31st, 1891, at the hour of two 1 o’clock, p. m. _ This property is now stored on said dock, where it may be seen and examined by con- 1 templating purchasers at any time prior to l the date of sale, for which examinatlon and any further particulars apply( to J. G. ‘ Percival, dock-master on said doc ,or to | oct3l J. M. SWAN, _ . Olympia, Sept. 26, 1891. Olympia. 3 1 When Baby was sick, we get re her Castor-la. ; When she was a Child, she cl led for Castorie. When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When she had Children, sheg :ave them Castoria. y Excitement Runs high at _Marr &, Ross' drug store over System Builder, as everybody is using it for catarrh of the stomach, dyspepsia, constipatmn and impure blood, and to build up the system. t certainly possesses wonderful merit when all speak so well of it. tf. Putting Out a Feeler. From the Yankee Blade: Mother— VVhen do you suppose that young man that calls on you Will m ke known his in tentions, Laura? Laura—J think he will propose pretty soon. Last evening he was very anxious to know whether I could dress on S4O a year. —_..__“_ Sinkable Wood. There are said to’ be sixteen species of American trees, the wood of which, when seasoned, Wlll sink into water. The heavi est of these is the black ironwood, which is 30 per cent heavier than water. A spe cies of oak grows in Texas and New Mexi co wlnch, when green, will sink almost as quickly as iron. M _ , Worse Than Leprosy. Catarrh, and there is but one prepara tion that does cure that disease. and that is the Californla Positive and Negative Electric Liniment. Sold at Marr & Ross’ drug store. It also cures neuralgia, rheu matism. headache, sprains, burns, and all ‘ pain. _Try it and tel your neighbor where to get it. * tf. A despatch from Bermuda to the signal ofﬁcer of New York announces a severe cyclone storm, dangerous to shipping, is raging at Bermuda. _ OFFICIAL REGISTER. CONGRESSIONAL. Senator, John B. Allen, Walla Walla. Senator, Watson 0. Squire, Seattle. Representative, J no. L. Wilson, Spokane Falls. EXECUTIVE. Governor Elisha P. Ferry, Olympia. Lieutenant-Governor, Charles E. Laugh ton, Conconully. Secretary of State, Allen Weir, Olympia. Treasurer, A. A. Lindsley, Olympia. Auditor, T. M. Reed, Olympia. Frhttorney-General, W. C. Jones, Spokane a s. Superintendent of Public Instruction, R B Brya 1, Olympia. Comnnssioner of Public Lands, W T For est, Olympia. l State Printer, 0 C White, Olympia. 1 _State Librarian, Phllip D Moore, Olym pla. State Geologist, George Bethune Tacoma. Game Warden, L S Sherwood, Colville. Timber Inspector, (First district) Ed ward McTaggert, Skagit county; (Seventh district) Clinton Cutler, Vancouver. Fish Commissioner, James Crawford, Vancouver. Pilot Commissioners Straits of Fuca and Puget Sound, John P. Betts, Charles H Jones, Jos. H. Stetson, Port Townsend. Pilot Commisswners Columbia. river, Al fred E King, J L stout, llwaco; Edward Spencer, Long Beach. , Trustees State Reform School. John Dobson, Chehalis; Levi F Compton, Seat tle: Jonathan W Godell, Willapa. Medical Board of Examining Physicians John W Bean and J H McDonald, Ellens burgh; H B Bagley, Seattle; G V Calhoun, La Conner; A B Kibbe, Seattle: J I) Minkler, Centralia; C S Penﬁeld. Spokane Falls; William H Dewey, Tacoma, Howard R Keylor, Walla Walla, secretary. Board of Health for District of Puget Sound, L B Hastin’gs, J N Laubach, H L Tibbals, .l r. ljort Townsend, Board of Pharmacy—J W McArthur, president, Spokane; A Morley Stewart, Tacoma; W H ’l‘ Barnes, Seattle; 1) O Woodworth, Ellensburgh; A 0 Clark, sec retary, Olympia. Regents -ot Agricultural College, Eugene Fellows of Spokane Falls. Andrew HSmith of Tacoma,S B Conover of Port Town send, G W Hopp of Sedro, J H Ballinger of Colfax. Regents of State University, Jno W Sprague, chancellor, Tacoma; P BJohn son, Walla Walla; J R Hayden, Seattle; A Al’hillifs, Olympia; J J Browne, Spo kane Fa ls; John Paul Judson, Tacoma. Commissioners of Penitentiary at Walla Walla, Frank Loudon, Frank W Paine, Walla Walla; I’latt‘A Preston. Waitsburg. Trustees Hospital for Insane, Eastern Washington, Wilson Lockhart, Charles McDouall, Medical Lake; D F Percivel, Cheney. Trustees Hospital for Insane, Western “’ashington, W J Fife, Tacoma; George 1) Shannon, Olympia; A B Stewart, Seattle. Trustees Soldiers and Sailors Home, Al bert S Cole, Whatcom; W. R. Dunbar ‘ Goldendale; John F McLean, Walla‘ Walla; George A Boardman, Tacoma; M. M. Holmes, Seattlei ~» A » l Trustees of School for Defective Youth at Vancouver, W Byron Daniels. Louis Sohns. B F Shaw, John R Thompson, Vancouver. Board of Education—Frank B Gault, of ; Tacoma; Mr Atkinson, of Seattle- D 3Bemiss, Spokane Falls; Mr Kerr. Walla ; Walla; President, R B Bryan. Olympia. , Members of Commission of Technical In structiou to local Agricultural College, Geo A Black, Fairhaven: S B Conover, Port Townsend: Andrew H Smith, Tacoma. Coal Mine inspectors, First district. Wm Griﬂith, Roslyn; Second district, Edward T Morgan, Seattle. State Land Commission, W T Forrest, Allen Weir, T M Reed. Harbor Line Uomnussidners—D C Guern sey. Dayton; W F Prosser, North Yakima; Eugene Sample, Seattle; H I“ Gar retson, Tacoma; Frank H Richards, What com; A Martin, secretary. Tide Land Commissioners and Board of Equalization and Appeal—Thos M Reed, Olympia; Allen Weir, Port Townsend; B L Sharpstein, Walla Walla; C H Warn er, Colfax; Austin Mires, Elleusburgh; C ,M Barton, secretary. Trustees of State Normal School at El lensburgh—W R Abrams, Ellensburgh; Fred \V. Agatz, Ellensburgh; Thos J N ewland, Ellensburgh. Trustees State Normal School at Cheney —8 A Wells, Ritzville, term two years; H F Suksdorf, Spangle, four years; W H H McClure, Palouse City, four years; Louis Walter, Cheney, six years; W E Weygant, Cheney, six years. Mining Bureau—Governor E P. Ferry, Lieut-Gov Charles E Laughton, Treasurer A A Lindsley. Commissioners to World’s Fair—Henry Drum, Tacoma; C B Hopkins,. Spokane Falls. Lady commissioners, Mrs N H Owings, Olympia; Mrs H E Houghtou, Spokane. Commission to build the State Uni— versity, John Arthur, Seattle: Charles F Leavenworth, Olympia; John Mcßeavy, Union .City. ‘ h . ‘ J, Horticultural Board, Raynor Kies, Van couver; Henry Bucey, Tacoma; E L Von gohven, East. Sound; D E Lesh, North Yakima; D M Jessee, Walla Walla; H H Spalding, Almota; at large, J T Blackburn, Vashon Island. Fish Hatchery Commission. Chas E Laughton of Conconullly; James Crawford Vancouver: A A Lindsey, Olympia. State Building Commission, Chas E Laughtxn, Ooncouully; 'l‘ M Reed, Olym pia; A Lindsley, Olympia. Board of Health and Bureau 'of Vital Statistics—G S Armstrong, M D, president Olympia; O A Bowen, secretary, Olympia; F M Conn, M D, Seattle; N Fred Essig, M D. Spokane; J R Hathaway, M D, Bair haven. TIDE LAND APPRAISERS. Chehalis County—Z T Coy. Montesano; I W T Keyes. Aberdeen; Charles Scott, Gray’s Harbor. C allam County-Alfred Lee, Port Ange les; James A Smith, Sequim; William Ward, Dungeness. Cowlitz County—Lewis H Gildy Free port; Sam Jenkins, Tucker; Geo ’l‘ White, Castle Rock. Island County—Chas T Terry, Coupe gille; Thos Nunan, Jerome Ely, Oak Har or. Jefferson County—R D Attridge, Port Ludlow; Peter Multy, Port Discovery; F H Winslow. Port Townsend. King County— D A McKenzie, F W Sparling, Thos W Prosch. Seattle. Kitsap Conntg—John T Mitchell, Port Madison; A H roufe, Sidney; S A Dickv ‘ ey, Port Washington. Mason Countﬁ—Alonzo Edwards, Shel ton' John R, ‘berhart, Allyn, John B Forhes, Kamilchie. Paciﬁc Countﬁ—Ralph B Dyer, South Bend; Thomas oney, Willapa; H F Car nahan, Knappton. Pierce County—E M Hunt, C T Uhl man, John Huntington, Tacoma. San Juan County—Joseph Sweeney, G B Driggs, Friday Harbor; S M Johnson. Skagit County—l D Huntoon, Hamilton; H P Downs, Mount Vernon; C R Donnell, Anacortes. Snohomish County—E C Ferguson, Wm Whitﬁeld, F O Coe, Snohomish. - Thurston County—E W Andrews. Olym igzia 1, Francis Rotch. Bucoda; Frank Ruth, e m. ; , Whatcom County—Will L Visscher, F. N Barney,Whatcom; B W Loring, Lnyden. Wahkiakum County—Thomas Irvlng, J J Foster, Cathlamet; F M Sweet, Ska mokawa. JUDICIABY. Chief Justice, Thomas J Anders, Walla Walla. , Justice, Elmon Scott, Pomeroy. Justice, R O Dunbar, Goldendale. Justice, T. R. Stiles, Tacoma. ‘ Justice, J P Hoyt, Olympia. Clerk, C S Reinhart, Cgmpia. Reporter, Eugene Krei er, Tacoma. STATE MILITARY. ‘ Governor E P Ferry, Commander-in- Chief, Ol mpia. General' R GO’Brien, Adjutant General and Quartermaster General, Commissary General, Inspector General and Chief of Ordnance, Olympia. ColonelE. M. Carr. Assistant Adjutant General, Seattle. Colonel Henry Landes, Paymaster Gen eral, Port Townsend. Colonel Edward L Smith, Surgeon Gene» ml, Seattle. Colonel James R Hayden, Assistant In specter General, Seattle. Colonel Charles E Claypool, Judge Advo cate General, Tacoma. Colonel Frank ’l‘ Gilbert. Assistant Quartermaster General, Walla Walla. OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1891. Colonel J D Mclntyre, Chief of Engi neers, North Yakima. Colonel W T Sharpe, Chief of Ordnance, Seattle. Colonel J Kennedy Stout, Chief Signa Ofﬁcer, Slpokane Falls. Colone Will L. Visscher, Assistant Com missary General, Fairhaven. Aides-deCamps Lieutenant Colonels, Charles Reichenbach of Tacoma- C M Atkins, Whatcom; L Frank Boyd, Spo kane Falls; Clinton P Ferry, Tacoma. Assistant Adjutant General - Major Charles H. Ayer, Olympia. Assistant Commissar General—Lieu. tenant Colonel Albert leyte, Steliacoom, Assistant Quartermaster General—Lieu tenant Colonel H. F. Garretson, Tacoma. Aide de Camp to Adjutant General— Cantain E T Powell, Waitsburg. Brigadier commanding N G W, A P Cur rv Spokane. John I Booge, Spokane, Assistant Adju tant ~General, with rank Lieutenant Colonel. W S Scott, Seattle, Assistant Inspecto General, with rank LieutenantrColonel. Geo A Bethune, Tacoma, Assistan Quartermaster General, with rank Lieu tenant Colonel. Marshall K Snell, Tacoma, Assistant Commissary General, with rank Lieutenant Colonel. E L Smith, Brigade Sur%eon, Seattle, with rank Lieutenant Colone . J J White. Spokane, Aide-de—Camp, with rank First Lieutenant. J W Stearn, Tekoa, Aide—de-Camp, with rank First Lieutenant. WE Cromwell. South Bend, Aide-de- Camp, with rank First Lieutenant. First Regiment—J C Haines. Colonel, Seattle; S W Scott, Lieutenant Colonel, Seattle. Regimental Staff—T M Reed, Jr., ﬁrst lieutenant and Adjutant, Seattle; L R Dawson, Surgeon Might, Seattle; J A lry, Seattle; Rev. L Wells, Chaplain with rank of Ca tain, Tacoma. Captains of (gmrianies—Joseph Green, Co B, Seattle; W J 4‘ife, Co 0, Tacoma; C L F Kellogg, 00 D, Seattle: W R Thornell, Co E, Seattle; J J Weisenburger, What com; F A Gaus, Co G, Tacoma‘ J C West hofl‘, 00 H, Vancouver; Geo H Jones, Port Townsend; A E Morton, Aberdeen. Second Regiment Enoch W Pike. Colo nel. Goldendale; John Carr, Lieutenant Colonel, Dayton; Geo W Greene, Major, Spokane Falls Regimental Stalf—J H Hudgin, M D, Surgeon and Major, Waitsburg; Dr Allen Bonebrake, Assistant Surgeon and Captain, Goldendale; Rev J T ltshelman, Chap lain and Major, Goldendale; N 13 Brooks. First Lieutenant and Adjutant, Goldendale; Edwin S Isaacs. First Lieu— tenant and Quartermaster, Walla Walla- Eugene J Fellows. First Lieutenant and Commissary, Spokane Falls: 0 F Miller, First Lieutenant and Paymaster, Dayton; Geo W Barker, First Lieutenant and In spectorhGoldne’ndale. ' _.. ._ _ ‘Captains of Companies—J E Frost. Com pany A, Ellensburgh; vacancy, Com pany C, Goldendale; Geo W Billing ton, Company C, Centerville; HGShug— man, Com any D, Waitsburﬁ; J 0 Mc- Ul‘immon, Igorth Yakima' E Fox, Com pany F, Dayton, W G Wadhams, Com ilany G, Spokane Falls; Harry St. George, omeroy. CAVALRY OFFICERS. Chas B Johnson, Major, commanding battalion; M D Smith, Spokane lst Lieu tenant and Adjutant; W O Robl),.Tacoma, ﬁrst Lieutenant and Quartermaster; Dr J A Beebe, Tacoma; assistant Surgeon; Wallace Mount, Sprague, Sergeant Major; W M Putnam, Sprague, Quartermaster Sergeant; J. H. Shields, Sprague, Commis sary Sergeant. Troo A~Captain B B Glascock. Ca - tain; KW Lindsay, ﬁrst Lieutenant; 1‘ Ashley Wickham, second Lieutenant. Troop B—James M Ashton, Ca tain; James H Berry, First Lieutenant; games M Dougan, Second Lieutenant. THE SUPERIOR JUDGES. Spokane and Stevens—~R. B. Blake, R. G. Laugford and J. Z. Moore, Spokane Falls. Lincoln, Adams, Okanogan and Doug las—\Vallace Mount, S )rague. Walla Walla and i‘ranklin—Wm. H. Upton, Walla Walla. Columbia, Garﬁeld and Asotin—Robert F. Sturdevant, Dayton. . . Kittitas—C. B. Graves, Ellensburgh. Yakima and Klickitat—Sol. Smith, Gold eudale. Clarke, Cowlitz and Skamania—N. H. Bloomﬁeld, Vancouver. Lewis, Paciﬁc and Wahkiakum—E. S. Hunter, Chehalis. Thurston, J. W. Robinson, Olympia. Chehalis and Mason—Mason Irwin, Montesano. Pierce—Frank Allyn, Fremont Camp bell, John Beverly, Tacoma. Kin —Richard Osborn,J. I. Lichtenberg, T. J. ﬁnmes, Seattle. J elferson—M. B. Sachs, Port Townsend. Clallam—James Gr. MeClinton, Port An geles. Whatcom and San Juan—J. R. Winn, Whatcom. Skagit and Isiand—H. Mcßride, La- Conner. Snohomish and Kitsap—J. C. Denny, Snohomish. UNITED sums counrs. District Judge, C.§H. Hanford. Seattle. Clerk of Circuit Court, A. R. Ayres, Ta coma. Deputy Clerk of District Court, R. M. Hop ins, Seattle. Clei‘k of District Court, R. M. Hopkins, Seattle. . Deputjy Clerk of District Court, A. R. Ayres, "acoma. Deputy Clerk of District Court, Oliver Wood, Port Townsend. Deputy Clerk of District and Circuit Court, W. ’l‘. Dovell, Walla. Walla. Deputy Clerk of District and Circuit Court. S. A. Wells, Spokane. WASHINGTON Is on JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN FOUR DIVISIONS. Northern Division—lncludes counties of King, Kitsagn, Jefferson, Clallam, Snoho mish, Islan , San Juan, Skagit and What. com and all Indian reserves. Terms held ' at Seattle ﬁrst Tuesday in June and Je— . cem oer. ‘ Southern division—lncludes counties of Whitman, Asotin, Garﬁeld, Columbia, Walla Walla, Franklin, Yakima and Klick itat, and all Indian reserves. Terms held at Walla Walla ﬁrst Tuesday in May and November. Eastern Division—~lncludes counties of Spokane, Stevens, Okanogan, Douglas, meoln, Adams and Kittitas, and all In dian reserves. Terms held at Spokane ﬁrst Tuesday in April and Sentember. Western Division—lnc udes counties of Pierce, Mason, Thurston, Uhehalis. Paciﬁc, Lewis, Wahkiakum, Cowlitz, Clarke and ,Skamania, and all Indian reserves. Terms held at Tacoma ﬁrst Tuesday in' February and July. LEGISLATIVE. President of Senate pro tem, E T Wilson, Ellensburgh. Secretary of Senate, 0 M Barton,Olym ia Speaker of House, Amos F Shaw, vim couver. Chief Clerk of House, T G Nicklin, Whatcom. N 11 Owings, Senator, Olympia. U L Collins, Rexﬁ'esentative, Tenino. A H Chambers, epresentative Olympia. U s. OFFICERS. _T H Cavanaugh, Surveyor General Olym pia. E B Olney, U S Signal Oﬁicer, Olympia Thomas R Brown. U S marshal, Tacoma. C A Tompkins, chief deputy marshal, Tacoma. Patrick Henry Winston, U S district at torney Sﬁokane Falls. P 0 Su ivan, assistant U S district attor ne , Tacoma. d M Bradshaw, collector of port of Puget Sound, Port Townsend. Arthur A Putnam, deputy internal rev enue collector. Tacoma. COUNTY enemas. J W Robinson, Judge Superior Court, Olgngia. a . . Ayer, County Attorney, Olympia. W H Roberts, Clerk 01 mpia. ‘ C B Mann, Treasurer, Olympia. J P Tweed, Auditor, Olympia. : Geo S Prince, Sheriff, Olympia. L R Byrne, Superintendent Public - Schools, Olympia. James A Smith Assessor, Olympia. - L P Ouellette, Surveyor, 0] mpla. G S Armstrong, Coroner, OIV mpia, E Mcßeﬁruolds, } Justices 0%, Peace J C Rat. bun, Olympia. ' ¥ gégdtﬁpps Commissioners ; R A Brewer, ’ Olympia. H Hadlan, 'Wreckmaster, Olympia. 'H A I ,E’ q i I ‘ \0 W, ADDITION- This property is less, than three quarters of a mile from the corner of Main and Fourth streets. Thirty houses will be built on this addition within eight months. - Prices range from $125 to $500; corners, SSO extra. Street oar line expected to run through the addition soon. Notarv Public. Corner Fourth and Jefferson street. opposite the Opera House TH E FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OL’YMPIA CAPITAL - - - SIOO,OOO SURPLUS - - - $20,000. A. A. PHILLIPS, JOHN F. GOWEY, L. w. OSTIfZ::]I)IEI§T. HENRS‘; 113 m s;;me“ CASHIER; ASST. CASHIER. DIRECTORS: A. H. STEELE, T. M. REED, W. M. LADD, A. H. (humans A. A. PHILLIPS, JOHN F. GOWEY. GEO. D. SHANNON. AGeoerolßanlongßosmessTronsooted ; SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTIONS. ' ' ‘ N ' 1 B k Capital ationa an , OF OLYMPIA. Capital . - - - SIOO,OOO F. M. WADE, PRES. N. H. OWINGS, V. Puma. C. J. LORl) (Manure ‘ John S. Baker, Louis Bettmarlzlrecmrs- Robert Frost, N. H. Owing S. C. Woodruﬂ', F. M. Wade. 0. J. Lord. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. “ ~Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Telegraphic transfers made on all;prlnc]pal Cities. ’ Collections a Specialty. -————__.__.__.____________________ 3 c State Bank of OiVled. CAPITAL, SIOO,OOO. Transacts a General Banking Business. State Warrants Bought- SAVINGSE DEPOSITS RECEIVED - ' In sum of $1 and upwards AND INTEREST .9.LLOWEP THEREON F. R.'_BROWN, C. S. EATON, :H. V. OGDEN, President. Vice-President. Secretary-Treasurer ‘Hnughtandiﬂressett lumber, Sash, Doors,laths, Shingles. Mouldings Nails, Cement, lime, locks, Butts, Pickets, Etc. Estimates furnished on mill work of all kinds. City Ofﬁce and Yard, Fourth-st. Bridge; Telephone No. 71. '.Mill, West Olympia; Telphone No. 5. . 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