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' OFFICIAL PAPEEW lanai;
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The Cities of Olympia and Tumwatervsx 1;;-
Thurston County. ‘. i C]
VOLUME 11. NO. :52 >
H ‘__“ MISCEL—LANEOUS. " < ‘ 1
MILLARD LEMON. PRESIDENT. ivmhiz L. PAGE. SECRETARY.
ROBT. F. WILI'IHAM, TREASURER. F. G. nLAKE, MANAGER. 1
CAPITAL CITY 3
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ABSTRACI & TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY.
(INCORPORATED)
Draughting and Blue Printing.
Our Abstracts are posted to date every evening, and 'are the only complete set of Abstracts from
Government to date in the county. _
Upstairs in Chanrbers Block - - - - Olympia, “’ash.
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G- NOSCHKA,
Leadlng Merchant Tailor.
-——Always keeps a. full assortment of———
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS. PERFECT F 121: GUARANTEED IN EVERY CASE.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
NE W O ASTLIE
02L ‘AND‘ 021
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The Best, Cheapest and Cleanest Fuel.
THOMAS HEACOCK AND A. D. GLOVER, Exclusive Agents.
Dealers in all kinds of fuel. Orders left at R. FROST’S store will receivc‘prompt attention.
T. J. MCBRATNEY
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a 1 m . Deln erV W agons
Carriages, Buggies, Road Carts, Plows, Etc. ,
Agricultural Implements of Every Description.
COLUMBIA, NEAR FIFTH STREET;
Cab and TIEIHSiGI CO.
Successors to FOSTER & I‘A BEREE.
“’9 have added to our already large stock a FIRST-CLASS WAGON, specially fitted
for the removal of Pianos, Furniture and Baggage. Our facilities for the re
moval of safes and all other heavy goods are of the best. All orders for
Hacks, Gnrneys, Livery, Trucks, Baggage, eta, promptly at
tended to. A first-class boarding stable .n connection.
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CORNER MAIN AND 1 HIRD bT.
Telephone Number 3.
(D_- BEARY, '
GENERAL REPAIRING. I
CARTRIDGES LOADED TO ORDER. AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS.[
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. Silsby Block, Main Street, Olympia. l
STATE PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY
Book : and : Job : Printing: Specialties.
Northeast. Corner of Fourth and Adams Street, Olvmpla, Washington.
EARNED & .BATES
:3' Undertakers and Funeral Dlrectors
Espa inl Aweution Gi Jen to Embalmi 113 for Ship ,nonf.
".- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT TEL- NO. '7-
: .- 116 West, Sixllrec t.

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Lr 2? 311%” GOlllg,
V a ' HARDWARE.
I STOVhb AND TINWARI;
"—'-- F—b—TACOMA ADVERTISEMENTS. »
KIMBALL BRQTHERS 1
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Itr Will pay you to send to Us for prices on Guns, Ammunition,Bicycles, Etc.
Wholesale and retail.
' KIM’IBALL BIHBS., 1132 l’uclfic Avcnnr, 'l‘ncolna, “’ash.
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SCI-IOLL & HQ U TH, Prop.
Tacoma - .- - - - Washington.
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Music: and. Instru.ments
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Standw'd and Popular Sheet Music. Latest Songs and Piano Music. All Kinds 0:
Instruments, Strings and Fittings.
A- A- TA.Y'I4F3R 86 con 910 C STREET, Timon”, WASH
-;(Z)LYMPIA TRIBUNE
.A. ELLIS ‘
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Has constantly on hand the Largest and most Complete Line
of Furniture, which he will sell at prices that defy
_ competition. The same discounts given to
small dealers as they get in Port
land and Tacoma.
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Corner of Main and Third Street
CAPITAL ;
W D. I%OBERTSON, Prop.
Ladies’ and Gents’
Clo thing Cleaned.
Dyed and Repaired.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR NO CHARGE,
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ian Street, opposlte Yeungs Hotel.
! POSTOFFICE BOX 886
OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1891.
OLYMPIA THEATER. - .
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John Miller Murphy, Proprietor and Manager.
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Fnda Evemn October 3
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DIRECT FROM THE
Madison Square Garden, Ne‘v York.
(The Largest Place of Amusement In
the World.)
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45--Great Instrumentahstsnzk)
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Mr. B. C. Bent, the greatest of all Am cricnn -
Cornetists.
Sig. N. Norrito and Hen Alois Freund, the in
eomparable Clarinetist.
Mons. Antoine Frlguel, the famous French
Oboeist.
Sig. J. Norrito, the greatest of all Piccolo
players.
Mons. Henri Morin, the only Contra-Bass Sax
' ophone Soloiatvin America, and
a INNES
the greatest Trombone player in the world, who
will be heard in e Solo at each ‘3erfornmuce.
Reserved sensts on sale at the blympiu Theater.
Prices as usual.
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OLYMPIA ‘
PASSENGER AND TRANSFER STABLE '
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Orders tor hacks or cabs atlendcd to promptly day or night, also a general livery business in
connection. Horses fed or boarded by the day or month. Forwarding, moving nimios, mics and
furniture with care and promptness. Charges reasonable. Sixth and Columbia streets.
Telephone No. 6.
DREWRY AND SON. Proprietors
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a -—~—-WHOLESALE DEALERS m »
Dressed Beef, M utton, Veal, Po rk,
POULTRY, 281130., ETC
’l'elephone No. 10. Office and Salesroom, 622 Fourth st.
GAUN T FAMINE
IS STA LKING AMONG THE HOMES
0F SIBERIAN PEOPLE.
Efforts to Stave Off the Hunger—
Rlols Have Commenced 111
Many Places.
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 22,—The1amine has
extended to Siberia. The governor has
compiled a report showing that in the dis—
tricts of Kokothecetosh and Petrapaulosk
what food supples the inhabitants pos
sessed have been entirely exhausted and
appeals are made to public charity. meg
to the difficulty of transportation in win
ter, the efforts at relief seem almost hope
less. Supplies from Caucasra are improv
ing in quantity and it is hoped they will
avail to stave 011' the worst effects of the
famine. Advices from the interior of tne
empire are continually of the worst import.
People are commencing to riot in Salnora,
Saratoff and Veronetz.
SHORT or soon IN SPAIN.
MADRID, Oct. Ell—Several villages in the
province of Granada have been isolated by
floods and the supply of food there in con
sequence is very scarce. Traffic is com
pletely stopped between Oporto and Sala
amanca.
HUNGER IN MEXICO.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Oct. 22.——W. L.
Robertson arrived here from Torreou, Mex
ico. According to his statenlentthe drouth
in that section of Mexico has not been
broken as reported. There are great sulfer
ings among the {poorer classes. Corn is
selling from 50 to 75 cents apeck. A few
days ago Jose Castro, a prominent and
wealthy Eroprietorofa hacienda, attempted
to raise t 6 price of grain to four dollars a
bushel. The natives became so incensed
at his actions that they shot him.
The Farnlers Whipped the Sheriff.
Jonnsrown, Penna., Oct. 22.—The Childs
& Lehman factions dispute over the right
to operateamill on the tract of timber
land resulted, in what for a, tune threa
tened to be a serious riot. The sheriff of
Cambria countv who was engaged by
Childs proceeded to the disimted property
yesterday and ordered his L eputies to take
possession of the mill. He was met by
forty farmers armed with revolvers, guns,
pitchi'orks and every conceivable weapon.
The first man to cross theline was knocked
senseless and an order was then given to
the farmers to tire. Before this move,
however, the sherifl"s little party retreated
and the farmers are now in possession.
The Childs faction will now have recourse
to law, and in the meantime the farmers
will guard the property and threaten blood
shed if interfered with.
A Fraudulent Dakota Divorce.
SEA Gmr, N. J., Oct. 22,—The report that
a divorce had been granted by the Dakota
courts to Captain Lewis Yorke, the pay
master in the United States navy, from
his wife, Emma, :ereated surprise here,
where Mrs. Yorke has a summer cottage.
She was not aware, it is said, that her hus
band was seeking a divorce. She engaged
counsel to begin proceedings against the
ex-paymaster to have his divorce declared
fraudulent. Soon after obtaining his Da
kota divorce. Captain Yorke married the
Couzdefee Emlyn». . or. r , Ztychlinskimwito ,
ciaime to be the widow o a Russian no
bleman. ________
New York Stock Market.
New YORK, Oct. 2‘2. Noon— Money
easy at 3%. Steaks dull, heavy at slight
changes from opening. Fours coupons,
16%; Pacific 6s, 11; Atchison. 44%; Cen
tral Pacific, 33; Burlington, 99%; Denver
At Rio Grande, 18%; Northern Pacific,
28%; Northern Pacific preferred, 74%;
Northwestern, 16%; New York :Central,
14%; Oregon Navigation, 75; North Am
erican,l9%; Pacific Mail, 36% ; Rock Island,
83%; St. Paul (St Omaha, 34%; Texas Pa
cific, 14%; Union Pacific, 41%;fiWells
Fargo Express, 38; Western Union. 82%.
Not stuck on Gladstone.
Lennon, Oct. 22.—Joscph Chamberlain
delivered a political speech in Sunderland,
said: “I do not believe the coming gen
‘ oral elections will give Gladstone a major
‘ity of members of parliament. I almost
wish they might give him a. majority in or
der that the country might again see what
an awful mess he would make of our af
fairsin six months. Gladstone’s govern
ment would involve us in disastrous for
eign complications, plunge Ireland back
into anarchy and let loose petty jealousies
that have long been repressed.
France and the Turin.
PAms, Oct. 22,—Ata meeting of the cab
inet today it was decided voreject the :sen—
ate tarifi' committees proposed to places
duty on imported salt meats at 25 francs.
On the other hand the cabinet decided to
give its approval to 20 francs duty on im
ported sa t meats as voted for by the
chamber ofdeputies. The ministers also
discussed the gravity of the enormous in
crease in France of the number of railroad j
accidents. __ -
Judge Deady’s oplnlon.
WAsnine'rON, Oct. ‘22.——Acting Secretary
Spaulding says the treasury department
would take no action in regard to the case
of the two Chinamen released by 'Judge
Deady,in Oregon, on habeas corpus pro—
ceedings. Judge Deady held the depart
ure of these men as cooks on a foreign ves
sel to a foreign port and their return on
the same vessel was not a departure from
the United States, within the meaning of
the exclusion act.
Fluhlng Vessels lllisslnz.
GLOUCESTER, M ess., Oct. 22,—The schoon
er Percy, with a crew of twelve men, and
the schooner City Point, of Portland, with
a crew of fourteen men, sailed on bad lish
inngoynges about August 25th. Neither
have been heard from since and there is
little doubt they have been lost with all
hands.
Purnell’u Properly.
LONDON, Oct. 22.——It is announced that
‘ Parnell made a. will in favor of Mrs.
O’Shen, before he married her, but that the
marriage annulled the will and therefore
he died intestate. Mrs. Parnell is entitled
to one-half the personal and one-third the
real estate left by Parnell.
Rallroad Accident. in France.
PARIS, Oct. 22.—While a train was run
ning at full speed near Lyons today the
roadbed suddenly collapsed, owing to the.
fact that it had been undermined by floods.
The engine and cars were buried from the
road and tumbled down the embankment.
The engineer and fireman wgre killed and
a number of passengers badly injured.
Frelght 'l‘ralns Wrecked. "
Pr'rrsnune, Pa., Oct. Zs.———A head end col
lision of freight trains occurred at Round
Bottom, :1 station of the Pittsburg, Mc-
Keesport and Yonghigheny railroad, early
this morning. Both train were badly
wrecked and EugineerScott and Brakeman
Green killed. Other trainmen escaped by
jumping.
California l-‘uraln Market.
SAN FnAnersco, Oct. ‘22.——Wheat, buyer
‘9l, $1.72; season, $1.79%.
MAN AND HORSE.
STANFORD CONGRATULATED ON
HIS SUCCESS [N BREEDING.
What Robert Bonner Thinks of the
Fastest Race Horses in
the “’orld.
MENLO PARK, Oct. 22,—The following dis
patch was received last night by Senator
Stanford, the present owner of Sunol:
Hon. Leland Stanford:-—I congratulate
you most heartily on having obtained a
record for the fastest yearling, the fastest
two year old, the fastest three year old, the
fastest four year old, the fastest five year
old and the fastest record ever made by a
horse of any age. It is really wonderful
that one man should have accomplished so
much in breeding and developing the
horse, which, we all love. Your success in
this line is a great thing for California. and
when it is added your magnificent gift of
many millions for the higher purpose of
endowing a univerSlty for the training and
educating of poor young men for the du
ties of life the people of California must
always give you a warm place in their aft
fection. (Signed) ROBERT BONNER.
BLAINE TALKS
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HE IS ON HIS WAY TO THE NA
TIONAL CAPITAL.
Is Feeling Well and is Confident
of Republican Succes
Next Month.
BOSTON, Oct. 22'——-Secretary Blaine and
several members of his family went to
drive this forenoon shortly after breakfast.
The party Will leave Boston for New York
this afternoon.
Secretary Blaine was met this morning
in Youngs hotel, and in the course ofcon—
versation remarked that he enjoyed more
than four months absolute rest, something
he has not had for many years before. He
said it was nearly a month after reaching
Bar Harbor before he began to realize im
provements in his health, but that from
than on the gain had been greater than he
hoped for.
"However,” he added, “I sxippose some
of the worthy correspondents will keep the
old story of exhausted nature, shattered
constitution. My appetite is vigorous—al
most inconveniently so. No, there is noth
ing so exhaustive to the average man as
travel. Well. I have done a great deal of
that in my time and this summer I (lid
none and found , that rest 7 from
that alone was highly beneficial.”
Blaine then spoke of the political
situation in New YorkLMassaclmsetts and
Ohio and seemed confident in all, stating
that the republicans would win. Blaine
met a delegation from the Merchants’ es
sociation and talked with them uite freely
on the reciprocity question. qu made
a. conditional promise to speak
thereon in Boston some time during
the coming winter, qualifying his romise
with statement he did not wish to fie over
sanguine about his physierl restoration
and that he could not meet the requisite
test unethis :qtrength; until after the rev-i
sumption of 1115 Washington work. Dui'- ‘
ing all the time Blaine remained in his?
rooms, he received and dispatched numer- i
ous messages. Miss Dodge (Gail Hamil»
ton) ioined the Elaine’s at lunch and he
left t :0 hotel with M rs. Blaine in season to
take the 1 o’clock Short Line train for
Few York. .
METEoRibIioGIUAL REPOIE'I‘. ‘
OIIYMPIA, Wnsh., Oct. 22, 1891.
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Place of ‘3 '1 :m _::g. a; State of
Observation. g E :8, SE4IEE weather.
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E5E“....1 29.52rmaca1m 35151—57
Portland...... 2984510111 Calm .12 P'lyCl’dy
Fort Cnnhy. .. 29 74 52 E 24 .2.‘ Cloudy
WellanLllsa... 29.91528 Light .09(llomly
Spokane”... 29925014 10 0001011111!
Baker City.... 29.92 50 SE 8 .0lJl.”lyC ’(ly
Roseburg..... 29.8656 E Light .08 Cloudy
Enreka....... 29.92.5681! 12 .24 Cloudy
Red Bluii. .. .. 39.04 56 SE 12 .00 Cloudlcss
Sacramento... 30.105615 Light .mCloudlcss
San Francisco 30.08588 0 .C) Cloudy
LOCAL REPORT.
The maximum temperature today was
64 degrees and the minimum 48.‘ Maximum
spee of wind,lo miles per hour, from
northwest. Amount of rainfall, .52 inches.
‘Amount of rainfall since July 1, 1891.
6.57 inches; average (for several years)
since July 1, 1891, 7.50 inches; deficiency
smce J u (f, 1, 1891, .93 inches. Probable
continue ram for Friday.
E. B. Omar, Observer.
Chicago Produce Market.
CHICAGO, Oct. 22. Close Wheat—
weak; cash, 92c%; December, 94%0;
May, 101.
Corn—Firm—-Cash,ssc.; May. 42%0.
Oats—Steady; cash, 29%c; May, 31%@
31550~
fiarley—Quiet; [email protected]
“Pérk ——Steady; Cash, 558.87%; January,
. ‘. 7%. .
Lard~Easy; cash, $0.30; January, [email protected]
42%.
A Banker Got/Eight Yea".
DUBLIN, Oct. 22,-F .E. Dubedat, of Dub
odatllz. Smybankers and brokers of this
city whose failure and disappearance with
liabilities estimated at S6CO.('.) was an
nounced early in January lust, pleaded
gumly to defrauding his creditors. The
prisoner was then sentenced to one year
unprisonment with hard labor and seven
years penal servitude.
Another 'l‘errlhle Gale.
Lennon, Oct. 22.—-A terrible gale ac
companied by tremendous seas is prevail
ing at Angles. in the Irish sea. A Norwe
gian brig was driven ashore at that place
and wrecked. The imperiled crew after a
desperate struggle were rescued by the life
savmg crew.
Elklnu Denies It.
New YORK, Oct. 22.—The Herald says
the report that the president has tendered
the war portfolio to Stephen B. Elkins is
emphatically denied by that gentleman.
Many Applications. ‘
The superintendentof free delivery‘sys
terns at Washington, D. 0., has forwarded
a reply to City Clerk A. L. Callow. in
which he acknowledges the receipt
of the resolutions passed by the city
council. He states that considerable
time must necessarily elapse for the reason
that so many claims are to be considered.
Clalms‘on Main Street.
A. 11. Chambers has asked the city for a
settlement for lands taken in widening
lMain street. The street was widened br
fore Mr. Chambers' land was {plotted and
when he owned the full 1,( 3 eat on Main
street, and asks payment of $1,200, or sll' ‘)
per lot. \
Leave Your Money at Home
And buy your Flour and feed at the Capi
tal Mills, Tnmwater. Telephone No, 98.
LARGEST CIRCULATION
Of Any Daily Newspaper West of Seattle
and Tacoma.
< EVENING EDITION.
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AFTER '1 HE INDIAh .
'l‘llE SETTLERS IN COLORADO ARE
ON THE WAR PATH.
United States Troops are on the
erlovcu'l‘lle Bed Skills 0”
the Reservation.
SIDNEY, 001., Oct. 22.-—Word has just
been received thatfivecompanies of United
States infantry and cavalry are on the
march from Fort Russelland Sydney, 001.,
to the scene of the outbreak that occurred
four years ago in the northern part of this
county. A year ago the Indians eneroached
upon the territory of the cattleinen and
settlers, tore down their fences and turned
their herds of ponies in on the fields of hay
and grain, killing the game for their hides
and letting the carcasses lie where they
dropped. At the approach of this fall’s
hunting season the white men banded to
getherand made arrangements so that if
the Utes should invade their territory they
would try_ and collect suddenly and drive
every Indian pony out' of the country, and
should the Indians persist in being ugly,
war would be brought upon'them with the
rille until every redskin oil" the reservation
was Uilled. Word was sent to Governor
Rontt that the Indians were encroaching
upon the rights of the white men and ad-
Vising him that means would be taken to
check any advance. A small band of In
dian ponies have been driven offinto the
Flat Top mountains. No report of blood
shed has yet been received. The Indians
are determined to hunt and the settlers
swear they shall not put a foot ofi' the res
ervation to do so.
TELEGRAPHIC TALES-
At Southampton arrived steamer Elbe,
New York.
Geo. Bain the well known miller of St.
LOUIS is dead.
Al; Queenstown—Arrived, the Gernmnia,
from New York.
In Montreal live new curses of smallpox
have been reported.
Russia is 'nhout to slump the export of
buck wheat and millet.-
There was 0. run on the Yonkers, (N. Y,)
savings bank yesterday.
The Yaqui indium are on the war pnth
against the Mexicans in Houorn.
The bullion in the Bank of England has
decreased £384,000 in the past week.
At Scilly-Passed, the Augusta Vic
toria, from New York for Hamburg.
The Searies will case was on trial in Sa
lcm, Mass., today, with no delinite ro—
suits.
Influenza is raging in (lalicia. Four
thousand cases are reported from Lomberg
alone.
In New York~Arrived, steamer City of
New York, from Liverpool; Nevada, from
Bremen. _
Elwood Bruner, assemblynmn of CAL,
has been indicted by the grand jury for
malfeasance and perjury. .
. There was remntly an attempted levolu
tion in Paraguay, which was suppressed
promptly by the government.
Two unknown Russians lately arrived in
Mi! ‘s]; Yflrlyctwézmflfingmi- ‘.LdeM_.:lius-ybedl ~ this
‘"m‘6rning, asphyxtate‘d by gas.“ -
Influenza in a virulent form has broken
out at Angouleme and other places in ‘ the
department of the Orient, France.
The Grady monument was unveiled at
Atlanta, Ga” yesterday. Governor Hill,
of New York, delivered the oration.
llamberger& Kempfer, wine mercharts
of San. Francisco have been indicted for
obtaining money under false pretenses.
The North German Lloyd Steamship
Company will open an experimental
steamship line from New York to Genoa.
Italy.
In Trenton, N. J.,the smallpox has made
its appearance in the Italian quarter, and
‘ the health oilicers fear it will lecomo epi
‘ dcmie. .
Thomas Gilbert, secretary of the Gold
Queen Mininig company of London, has
been arrester for misappropriating the
funds of the company.
The Gnicn line steamer Wisconsin,which
sailed from New York October 11 for
Queenstown and Liverpool, has not yet ar
rived at either place.
The North German Gazette says Prince
Ferdinand, heir to the Roumania throne,
is betrothed to Princess Marie, the eldest
daughter of the duke of Edinburgh.
The fourth class post-masters of Califor—
nia organized today at Los Angeles and
wlll send a delegate to the National Con
vention at Washington in December.
The schooner Albert Woodbnrv of
Beverly that sailed the latter part of Au
gust on a cod lishing trip, has not returned
and is believed to have been lost with ten
of her men.
Charles G. McCawley, colonel command
ant of the United States marine corps, re
tired, died at his residence at Rosemont,
Pm. recently. He has been ill since last
M arch, when he sustained a stroke of par
alysis.
The town ofGlendale, fifteen miles south
of l’ittsfield, Mess, received a heavy blow
last night when the Glendale woolen mills,
the only industry in the place, was burned
down. The mill is a live-story stone struc
ture.l Total loss is about $200,000, fully in—
surer .
“The College Graphic.”
Tiiu TRIBUNE acknowledges the receipt
of the first number of ”The College
Graphic,” :1 brightcrisp, and newsy, octave,
containing the current happenings at the
Olympia Collegiate institute and other
miscellaneous items of interest. It is
published every other week by the stu
dents, and is indicative of the enterpris
ing and progressive spirit of the school.
F. B. Covington, brother of l’rofeseor Cov
iiigton, is the manager and publisher. He
is a practical printer, and the typographi—
cal appearance of the paper is neat, clean
1 and artistic. The stall is composed as fol
lows: 0. 11. Seeley, editor in chief; A. E.
Wilson, associate editor; Mary Wakefield,
local editor; Myrtle Sulliger, local editor;
G. A. Kennedy, reporter for Didascalion;
Nellie \Vilson, reporter for Crescent; H.
M. Mumford, editor for Epworth Leage.
'l'he llaines Court Martial.
An order has been issued by Governor
Ferry, placing Colonel J. C. Haines under
arrest for the appearance before the court
martial in this city November sth. The
command of his regiment will be turned
over, temporarily, to Captain Joseph Green
of Seattle. The com will probably be
held in one of the parlors of the Olympia
hotel.
Worse Than Leprosy. .
Caterrh. and there is but one prepara
tion that does cure that disease, and that
is the California Positive and Negative
Electric Liniment. , Sold at Marr (it l’toss‘
drug store. It also cures neuralgia, rheu—
matism. headache, sprains, burns, and on
pain. .Try it and tel your neighbor where
to get it. ti‘.
‘ Notice to Worklngmen
. And others: We are agents for the famous
Duck brand rubber an oil clothing; best
- in the world. Cell and examine our Stock.
nov4 - BROWN it: FERRISS.

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