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THE CONDITION OF THE COUNTRY AND SURROUNDINGS. ‘ Examiners of Government Surveys —A Rich Agricultural Sec tionnl'lodel Hotel Ac commodatlons J. R. Dewitt, the government examiner of surveys, accompanied by T. B. Smith and H. P. Bush, returned on Sunday from Chehalis county where they have been ex amining surveys just made, in order team that the lines are properly run. They were out just a week, and traversed much of the country along the Humptulips river. All surveys contracted for by the gov ernment are examined before they are ac cepted at the land ofﬁce in Washington, and opened for ﬁling. When the three men arrived in the city on Sunday evening they looked as if they had been traveling a pretty rough road, and verily they had- They were hungry too, for ﬂapjacks and 17th century corn beef were not so inviting at the dinner to which they sat down at the Carlton house. They each agreed that they felt a hundred per cent better after having devoured a hearty meal. After reaching Hoquiam, they had to travel 32 miles over a. rough road that wouldn’t accommodate anything with wheels. On their backs they packed their grub, instruments and blankets. Their progress was slow, but slower still when they reached the end of the road at Hump tnlips city and had to make their way from there over a trail that was almost hidden with brush and fallen logs. It was gilﬁcult to cover more than two miles an our. » . At Humptulips Cii‘y there is a general store and a hotel. “’ he landlord ought to be arrested for obtaining money under false pretence,” said one of their number, “and if a piece of the bread were to strike you, you would imagine that somebody had assaulted you with a, deadly weapon. It needed a salmon spear to tackle the meat, but we managed to get through with it.” 7 , While this country is almost inaccessi ble, it is as rich for cultivation as any in the state. How man§ thousand years it has been enriched y falling leaves isa puzzle, but such a thing as a stone is out of the question. Immense ﬁr logs from six to twelve feet in diameter cover the ground so that it is impossible to see the chainman 100 feet distant. When the corner stakes to a section or township are driven they are placed in the ground diagonally. with the corners facing due north, south, east and west. Notes are made of the angles, size and de scription of the tree nearest to each corner of the stake, and other data. is made to mark the corner. The party was out one week, during which time it rained con stantly. ' Tuesday’s Transfers. [Reported by the Capital City Abstract & Title Insurance Company, Chambers’ block :] Sylvester H Barbee et ux to Sarah A Seward, lots 8 and 9, blk 11, Centra1add..............;.......$ 950 Charles Granger to Elizabeth Per cival and Margaret Slater, lot 1, blk 6, and south three-fourths of b1k15,01ympia.................. 1 J Fred Schillingman et ux to H M Jameson, lots 1,2, 3 and 4, blk 5, 5ebree’5add......"""......... 765 United States to Elisha K K Ax tell, patent to e% of swx, aad w Mofsesx,seclo,t%lsn,r2 w.. Mary A heac to Ab ieHSumner, w% of nwx, sec 2 and s% of ne %, sec 20, tp 15 n, r 1 W, 160' acre 5”.........................,. 3,200 Mary A Sheac to Investors’ Land , company, blocks], 2 and 3 and R lots in blk 4, lots B and D in blk sand other lots and blocks in Billings’ add to Seatco. . . . . 7,000 At the Chatauqua Circle. The regular meeting of the Chatauqua circle at the Congregational parsonage last night was an interesting affair. Following was the programme: Special studyzl Mound Builders; Mrs. Keyes, conductor. This was an especially interesting feature of the entertainment. Agricultural department at Washington; its history, its work. Seven minute papers. Mrs. Mitchell; Dr. Mitchell. Pen Portraits. The four Dutch Gover nors of the New Netherlands, Mrr. Minard, M 33 Qurtissjiarrqld‘ and Ml2O. E. lanes. Detaééf'"WSﬁia’ith—rééﬁéf ﬁbﬁé’éue to the greater number of persons if in a. re public the only title to land was vested in the government ? Afﬁrmative, Judge Root; negative, Mr. Richard Flemming. The decision was given in favor of the negative. Review of the work of the month in American History. ‘ Questions of American facts and fancies in the Question Table. The next meeting of the circle will be held at Secretary Weir’s residence, oppo site the hospital. , The Fleetwood Coming Back. The little steamer Fleetwood is to come back to the run between Olympia, Tacoma and Seattle and the Bailey Gatzert is to be taken around to the Columbia river to ﬁll the Telephone’s place while the latter is having a new shaft put in. In all proba bility she will go into competion with the Union Paciﬁc steamer Olympia in the cut ting of rates between Portland and The Dalles. FOR SALE. ' A Steam Saw-Mill. , A saw-mill, with a ﬁfteen-horse-power 1 engine, boiler and sundry other ﬁxtures, all complete and nearly new, will be sold, (on the Union Paciﬁc dock in the city of Olympia,) to the highest bidder, on Satur day, October 3151;. 1891, at the hour of two o’clock, p. m. _ This property is now stored on saiddock, Where it may be seen and examined by con temglating purchasers at any time prim: to the ate of sale, for which examination and any further particulars agpliv; to J. C. Percival, dock-master on said oc ,or to 001231 J. M. SWAN“ Olympia, Sept. 26, 1891. Olympla. Custom Made Boots and Shoes. J. J. Ballweg, the custom boot and shoe man of 224 Fourth street, makes a specialty 1 of lace boots and loggers' hand made shoes. Try a. pair of his boots or shoes with the cork placed inside; they are ﬁne for the wet weather. Repairing ing also done neatly at J. J . Ballweg’s, at 224th Fourth street. Oct2l Worse Than Leprosy. Catarrh. and there is but one prefiara tion that does cure that disease, and that is the California Positive and Negative Electric Liniment. Sold. at Marr & Ross’ drug store. It also cures neuralgia, rheu matism. headache, afrains, burns, and all gaunt Try it and tel your neighbor ngfem o ge it. . [hen Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When she was a. Child, she 01 ied for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Custom When she had Children, she g :ave them Gaston-iO. Science Works Wonders. I had sciatic rheumatism so that I was all drawn over to one side. My hip sank in so that you could lay your hand in the cavity and I did no work for a gear. Noth~ mg dié me any good untill trie Hibbard’s R eumatic Syrup. Four bottles cured me. For sale In) Paolﬁc Drug 00. if. : ,LBERT KING, Van Vert, Ohio. OUR ADVERTISERS. AESTRAOTOES. Capital City Abstract & Title Ins. 00. Olympia. Abstract &. Title Ins. CO. AMUSEMENTS. Olympia Theater~lncog. Olympia Theater—Busrness Men’s Car Inval. Olympia. Theater—Minstrels. Olympia Theater—Yon Yonson. ATTORNEYS. Atwell, Homer C. Bailey, Laughton & Church. Craw ord, J. W. Eddy & Gordon. Fitch, A. P. . Franklin, H. P. Gaby, Daniel. Henry, Francis. Kleber, J. C. Linn, O. V. Root &. Mitchell. . Simmons, E. B. BANKS. Capital National. First National. State Bank. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. State Printing Co. BREWERS. Puget Sound Brewery. BUILDING ASSOCIATIONS. Olympia Building and Loan. COAL AND FUEL. Heacock & Glover. Reagh, John I). COMMISSION MERCHANTS. . Emerson &. Bradley. OOETRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Card & Brown. Liberman I. ‘ Roberts, J'. W. Rogers, W. A. Savagedt 00., G. M. Weeks &. Co. DENTls'rs. V Carlyon, Dr. I’. H. ‘ Oliver, Dr. A. S. Woodard, Dr.A. B. , DRUGGISTS. , Capital Pharmacy. _ Cromby, F W. Marr & Ross. DYE WORKS. Capital Steam Dye Works. EDUCATIONAL. Olympia. Collegiate Institute. FLOURING MILL. Capitol Mills, Tumwater. FIRE ARMS. Kimball Bros. ’ FOR RENT. Four unfurnised rooms. Furnished agartments. \ Eight room ouse. ‘ FOR SALE. Old papers. Steam saw mill. FURNITURE. A. Ellis. T. S. Cantril.‘ runs. M. Scully. ‘ GUN AND LOCKSMITH. O. Beary. HOTELS AND LODGING. Arlington House. INSURANCE. ‘ Chandler, W. M. ‘ JEWELERS. Rose & Godard. Simenson, O. R. Talcott Bros. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES, Drewry &. Son. Foster & _Laberee. ' LUMBER. Westside Mill 00. George S. Allen. MEATS AND VEGETABLES. Brewer &. Wright. Tinkham, F. W. ' MEDICAL. August Flower. Big G. Castoria. \ Dr. Powell Reeves & Co. Electric Cough Cure. Electric Liniment. .. Hibbards Pheumatic Syrup. Oregon Kidney Tea. , System Builder. MERCHANT TAILORS. J. Noschka. MILLINERY. Miss Dora Sternberg. MUSIC DEALERS. A. A. Tayler (it 00. NEW AND SECOND HAND STORES. Bernhard & Fisher. ' Bickford dz; 00., E. C. PHYSICIANS. Kincaid,’Dr. R. Armstrong, Dr. G. S. ' Adams, Dr. M. L. Ingham, Dr', Geo. W. Jento. Dr. J. I’. Watt, Dr. J. F. PIPE COMPANIES. Puget Sound Pipe CO. REAL ESTATE. } Case, Chas. C. O’Brien & Woodruﬁ. _ Scammell, G. B. Thompson & Mumford. Thurston County Land Co. STEAM ﬂies. The Doctor. STONE YARDS. Carkeek & Nicholas. UNDERTAKEBS. Earned & Bates. 'sToVEs AND HARDWARE. Bilger (51. Going. Frost, Robert. TRANSPORTATION, Steamer Baily Gatzert. Canadian Paciﬁc R. R. Steamer Fleetwood. Northern Paciﬁc R. R. - Olympia. and Ohehalis Valley R. R. WAGONS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. Mcßratney, T. J . , WANTS. Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Room and board. OREGON IMPROVEMENT 00., —OPERATING TEE—- Olympia & Chehalis Valley Ry ...—.o.___4.. 3 Time Card to take eﬂ'ect Friday Sept, 11th, at 12:00 a. m. - NO. 1. ' Leave...............01ympia............91153. m. Arrive...............Tenm0............10:05a.m. NO. 2. . Leave...”..........Tenjn0....,....,..10:25u.m. Arrive...............01ympia...........11225 a. m. NO. 3. Leave...............01ympia............3:50p.m. Arrive...............Tenin0.............4z40p.m NO. 4. Leave...“..........Tenin0............4:55p.m. Arrive..............01ympia............5:45p.m. _._o_ Nos. 1 and 4 run daily. Nos. 2 and 3, daily ex cegt Sunday. 05. 1 and 4 makes close connections at Tenino with Northern Paciﬁc trains too and from Portland. J. C. PHELPS, Ass t., Supt- ADVERTISE ... IN _. The 'l'mbu-ne. OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1891. ROBER F FROST HEAVY AND SHELF HARDW AR E. Wooden and Willow Ware, crockery and glassware, guns pistols, riﬂes, all- kinds of ammunition, cement, paint oils and win dow glass. FROM TERMINAL 0R INTERIOR POINTS T . . Northern PaCIfIC R. R. 0 13 THE LINE TO TAKE Tl] All POINTS EAST and SOUTH. It is theD'ming Oar route. It runs through Vestibuled Trains every day in the year to ST. PAULbAND CHICAGO i (N 0 CHANGE OF CABS.) Composed 01 Dining Oars, unsurpassed, Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers of latest equipment; 3 *0... TOURISTS SLEEPING CARS. Best that can be constructed and in which accommodations are both FREE and furnished to holders of ﬁrst and second class tickets and ELEGANT DAY COACHES.‘ ——O——— A continuous Line connection with Lines allatfording . Q. . . . l ngrth s Unlnterrupted Seance. Pullman Sleeper reservations can beaﬂse cured in advance throufh any agent of the roa . THROUGH TICKETS To and from all points in America, Eng land and Europe can be pur chased at any TICKET OFFICE OF THIS COMPANY. —-0 Full information concerning rates, time of trains, routes and other details furnished on application to any agent, org A. n. CHARLTON, Assistant General Passevn‘ger Agt., No. 121 First st., cor. ashington, Portland, Oregon" F. P. REYES, Agent. Olympia. Wash TIME CARD FOR 1891. ——o—- Columbiagßiver and Puget Sound Navigation Company. Commencing Tuesday, May 19th, passenger steamer _ m 3 _ Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and McNell’swlsland, ‘ l acme. ‘ Leave Olympiajdaily, except Monday. 7:30 a. m. ‘ Arrive Tacoma “ ‘ “ 29:30 a. in. Leave Tacoma. “ " I“ 10:30 a. m. Arrive Seattle “ “ i 12:16 1). m. naruanme. Leave Seattle daily, except Monday, 1:30 p. m. Arrive Tacoma “ |“ 3:30 p. 111. Leave Tacoma “ “ “ 4:00 p. m. Arrive Olympia “ “ “ 6:30 p. in. LANDINGS—«SeattIc, Yesler’s wharf; Tacoma, N. P. R. R. wharf; Olympia, Percival’s wharf. Meals on board; only boat makinwound trip Sunday; carries Northwestern and ens-Fargo express and fast freight. Passenger Steamer FLE ETWOQ D SEATTLE AND TACOMA (ROUTE. Making the round trip daily, except Sunday, as per the following time table: Lv Tacoma daily except Sunday, 7.30 at m. Ar Seattle “ “ “ 9:30 a. 111. IN Seattle “ “ “ 10:00 a. m. Ar Tacoma “ “ “ 12:00 nl. Lv Tacoma. “ “ “ 1:30 p. m. Ar Seattle “ “ “ 3:30 p. m. Lv Seattle ” “ “ 4:00 p. In. ‘ Ar Tacoma. ‘ “ “ 6:00 p. m. \ LANDINGS—BeattIe, Yesler’s wharf; Tacoma/5 N. P. R. R. Wharf. , . U. B. SCOTT, Prest c d I P If. RAIL W A. Y SAVE $5.00 to SIO.OO. Arrangements have now been comﬁileted between this company and the B. .&B. C. Ry. 00. whereby passengers to and from Puget Sound ports and gamnts south will be sent via our Mis sion ranch, which extends from Mission Junction, on the Main line, to Hunting don, on the boundary, and the B. B. & . C. Ry., whichextends thence to New What com, Wash. The service between New Whatcom and lower Puget Sonnd ﬁorts will be daily, the Canadian Paoiﬁe avigation Company’s steamer Premier and Eastern Oregon, mak ing alternate trips. E fCh' Sails Nov. 10th from Vancouver, 13.0. For full particulars call on or write D. E. Brown, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Vancouver, B. C. E. F Crego, Agent, 002'. Main and sth 5125., Olympia. HALE/S ADDITION. This property is less than-three quarters of a mile from thei‘oorner 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 car line expected to run through the addition soon. CHES. C. CHSE. Comer Fourth and Jefferson street, opposite the Opera House THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OLYMPIA: CAPITAL - - - SIOO,OOO SURPLUS - - - $20,000. ' , A. A. PHILLIPS, JOHN F. GOWEY, EWEEEEfﬁfEEET EEEEEY‘ETE’EEN” CASHIEEE ASST. CASHIER. DIRECTORS: A. H. STEELE, T. M. REED, W. M. LADD, A. H. CHAMBERS A. A. PHILLIPS, :7 01m F. Gown; GEO. D. SHANNON. A General Banklng Busmess Transacted SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTIONS. Capltal Nauonal Bank, OF‘ OLYMPIA . Capltal - - - SIOO,OOO F. M. WADE, PRES. N. H. OWINGS, V. PRES. C. J. LORI) CASHIEB‘ Directors. John S. Baker, Louis Bettman, Robert Frost, N. H. Owing S. 0. Woodruﬁ", F. M. Wade. 0. J. Lord. . TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Telegraphic transfers made on alliprinclpal cities. Collections 61 Specialty. State Bank of Olvmvia. CAPITAL, SIOO,OOO. Transacts a General Banking Business. State Warrants Bought- SAVINGS: DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND INTEREST ALLOWED :THERIEJON PASSENGER AND TRANSFER STABLE. Ru %)~\ a” If} : ,4“; ~21 ‘7 ; '-‘ , Orders 101‘ hacks or cabs attended to promptly dag or night, also s. general livery business in connection. Horses fed or boarded by the day or mon 1L Forwarding moving pianos, safes and furniture with care and promptness. Charges reasonable. Sixth and dolumbia streets. Telephone No. 6. DRE W RY AND SON. Pronrletors- F. R.L'BROWN, C. S. EATON, :H. V. OGDEN, President. Vice-Presldent. Secretary-Treasurer Rough and Dresseﬁ lumber, Sash, Donrs,laths, Shingles. Mouldings ‘ Nails, Cement, “me, looks, Butts, Pickets, Etc. Estimates furnished on mill work of all kinds. ' City Ofﬁce and Yard, Fourth-st. Bridge; Telephone No. 71. Imm, West Olympia; Telphone No. 5. PUGET SOUND STONE ‘YARD. Carkeek & Nicholas, importers and manufacturers of Wood and Marble Mantels, Eucaustic Tiles, Etc. WEST STREET, :I-‘OO'I' OF SPRING‘ SEATTLE ' ESTABLISHED IN 1875. Notarv Public; In sum of $1 and upwards ' . %—-—-—THE-—-——% ﬂ Weekly Tribune ONLY $1.50 A. YEAR. SEND IT TO YOUR FRIENDS ‘ IN THE EAST. Itfis‘ nearly all Reading§Matter refering to this section of the Countrv. 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