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EDISON’S ENGINES.
THE LOCOMOTIVE MUST GO-ul'l‘
, HAS HAD ITS DAY.
The \Vonders “rhlch the Great lnl
ventor Has in Store for the
Perfectloll'_of Traveling.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 2.—Steam locomo
tives have had their day and electric mo
tors will take their place. This new device
for whirling trains of railroad cars at a
minimum speed of 100 miles an hour is
the invention of Thomas A. Edison. The
Wizard of the Electric Fluid has com
pleted his motor, tested it, and is assured
of its completeness, and backed by Henry
Villard, the well known New Yorker, will
operate a railroad between Milwaukee and
Chicago with electricity. Thus the era of
steam locomotives, those tremendous ma
chines that have been the wonder of this
age, will end on the 400th anniversary of
the discovery of America. ‘
Mr. Edison talked freely 0f the electric
motor yesterday, and said it would dis
place the locomotive for three reasons, viz.,
It was speedier, safer and cheaper.
“It will get one-horse power,” he re
marked, “out of from one to two pounds
of cheap coal. whereas six pounds of ex
pensive coal are used to make one-horse
power for in a steam locomotive:
‘ ‘ “It will carry a train at ICO miles or even
203 miles an hour, while it strains a loco
motive to cover sixty miles in that time.
“The motor will be safer for the reason
that by means of an indicator in the power
houses which supply the electric current
the exact location of every train on the
road will be known at every movement.
There will be an absolutely perfect ‘block
system,’ and will ensure perfect safety so
far as collission of trains is concerned.
This will also be a saving of expense in
maintaining the road.”
STATIONARY rowan HOUSES.
Mr. Mdison said the trains would be run
by electricity furnished the motors by sta
tionary powor houses “The current will
pass from the stationary engine to a cen
tral rail between the tracks, thence through
the mechanism attached to the bottom of
the cars or motor. A freight train, of
course, would need a motor because of the
number of cars, although a single passen- ‘
ger car could be run carrying its own mo
tor beneath it—thence to the wheels, and
thence back by the side rails to the power
house or stationary engine. Three sta
tionary engines, each with a horse-power
of 10,000 or 12,003, would run the whole
Pennsylvania Railroad system between
here and Philadelphia. '
"For practical purposes I feel sure that a
100-pound rail on a rock-ballasted track
would stand the speed of 103 miles an hour.
The train will be stopped bg air brakes, the
same as now. On the roa between Mil
waukee and Chicago we will run trains
every twenty minutes at the lightning
speed at not ess than 100 mils an hour.
. CHEAP STREET RAILWAYS.
The Wizard said the new motor could be
used for street railway purposes to great
advantage. He continued: “The system
will be the cheapest known. The plant
will not cost half as much as the cable.
and there will be no tearing up of the
streets. Why, under pressure I could lay
a mile of track for this system in a night.
“A pressure a little heavier than the one
I use would make a horse lift his foot so,”
and Mr. Edison raised one of his own feet
about half an inch from the office floor,
"but the pressure I do use a horse wouldn’t
feel at all, nor would a man. You see, I
employ the heavy current with the low
pressure. That is the whole secret of safe
ty. The principle is this, that a stream of
water 100 feet Wide which falls 11 foot gives
the same power as a stream one foot wide
which falls 100 feet. The wide stream is
my way. '~
The third rail for street railways will be
discarded. Mr. Edison says the difficulty
of picking the current out of the mud has
been solved. There is absolutely no dan
ger to vehicles, pedestrians or horses.
TO BE USED ON THE NORTHERN PACIEIC.
Mr. Edison said that if the Chicago road
was the success anticipated Mr. Villard
would undoubtedly put the electric motors
on the Northern Paelfic for carrying freight
and passenger traffic. He offered to run
all the Pennsylvania railroads trains be
tween New York and Pittsburg.
American Ships.
The absence of the American flag in for
eign ports has long been a matter of com
ment; Any discussion of the causes of
and the remedies for this humiliatating
state of things, must attract wide atten
tion. Mr. Charles H. Cramp. the president
of the great Philadelphia company that is
building so many of our warships, treats
the matter in the November Forum, and,
after an historical review of tne subject
comes to the conclusion that the difl'erent
attitudee of the British government and
our own toward shipbuilders is largely re
sponsible for the state of our merchant
marine. This country, he thinks, will
never have a fleet of merchant vessels so
long as the United States government pur
sues its present‘ policy. Two decades of a
liberal treatment of shipbuilders, he thinks,
would place us far in advance of England
on the seas.
The Sub-Treasury Scheme.
Atchison Globe: George. Anthony was‘
interrupted in his speech at Burr Oak,‘
Kansas, Monday, by an alliance man, and ‘
asked why the government p 1 ovides ware- 1
houses for whiskey, but rejects the sub-1
treasury. Mr. Anthony promptly silenced 1
his interrogatorand sent him home with
his thinking cap on. “Oh, I came here
armed,”replied Anthony. “Here,” hold
ing up the statutes, is the law on whiskey
warehousing. It costs ten cents agallon
to distill whiskey. The government taxes
it ninety cents a. gallon, and then the dis
tiller builds a warehouse, and the govern
ment permits him, under surveilance, to
store whiskey there, and the payment of
the taxis delayed during the period of
warehousing. Now, if you want your
wheatttaxed nine times the cost of pro
duction, and if you want to build a ware
house for it, the government will probably
consent to let the tax rest un aid for a
time. This is the whiskey ware’house law.
Hunting in the Olympiés.
Quilcene Queen: T. M. Reed, Jr., regis-I
_ter of the United States land office at Seat
tle, who has probably killed more chip- 1
munks and dug more Olympia clams than
any other man of his heft on the Coast,
came to Quilcene on the 11th instant for a
hunt in the Olympic range. Mr. Reed 01’-
ganized a party of four, consistin§ of him
self, M. F. Hamilton, Bill Nicke son. the
noted mountain guide. and Chas. E. Ham
ilton. the junior of the Queen. 8. K. Os
trander’s notorious claybank and straw
berry blonde mules were procured for pack
animals, and at about 2 p. m. on the 17th
ahegarty started on the long climb to the
WI e.
[hen Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a. Child, she cl [ed for Gaston-in.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When she had Children, Shemave them Custom
Wood and Bark. ’
All kinds of dry wood and bark for sale
by the undersigned, sizes to order.
J 01121 D. REAGH.
Oflice at Foster & Luberee’s. Tel. 3.
Science Works Wonders.
I had sciatic rheumatism so. £11751; 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
ing did me any good untill trie Hibbard’s
Rheumatic Syrup. Four bottles cured me.
For sale by Pacific Drug Co.
tf. ALBERT KINGE Van Vert, Ohio.
The new fire engine house just finished,
in Tacoma, opposite the Tacoma hotel is
the finest on the Pacific Coast. ~
.___o.__
CONGRESSIONAL.
Senator, John B. Allen, Walla Walla.
Senator, Watson 0. Sfiuire, Seattle.
1 Iltlepresentative, Jno. . Wilson,,Spokane
l‘a s.
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, 01 mpia.
i Fxhttorney-Geneml, W. Cy Jones, Spokane
‘ a s.
‘ Superintendent of Public Instruction, R
B Bryan, Olympia. ,
Commissioner of Public Lands, W TFor
est, Olympia.
State Printer, 0 C White, Olympia.
_State Librarian, Philip D Moore, Olym- :
pia.
State Geologist, George Bethune, Tacoma. 1
Game War en, L S Sherwood, Colville.
Timber Inspector, (First district) Ed
ward McTaggert, Skagit county; (Seventh
district) Clinton Cutler, Vancouver.
Fish Commissioner, J ames Crawford,
Venswuver- , ,
Pilot Commissioners Straits of Fuca and
Puget Sound, John P. Betts, Charles H
Jones, J os. H. Stetson, Port Townsend.
Pilot Commisswners Columbia river, Al
fred E King, J L Stout, Ilwaco; 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 D
Minkler, Centralia; C S Penfield. Spokane
Falls; William H Dewey, Tacoma, Howard
R Keylor, Walla Walla, secretary.
Board of Health for District of Pu et
Sound, LB Hastings, J N Laubach, IfL
Tibbals, Jr. Port Townsend.
Board of Pharmacy—J W McArthur,
President, Spokane‘ A Morley Stewart,
l‘acoma; W H T liarnes, Seattle; D O l
Woodworth, Ellensburgh ; A 0 Clark, sec- ‘
retaiy, Olympia.
Regents oi Agricultural College, Eugene
Fellows of Spokane Falls. Andrew H Smith
of Tacoma, S B Conover of Port Town-r
send, G W Hopp of Sedro, J H Ballinger
ofgolfax. A 7
Regents of State University, Jno W
Sprague chancellor, Tacoma; P B J ohn
son, Walla Walla; J R Ha den, Seattle; A
A Phillifs, Olympia; J I? Browne, Spo~
kane Fa ls; John Paul Judson, Tacoma.
Commissioners of Penitentiary at Walla
Walla, Frank Loudon Frank W ‘Paine,
‘ Walla Walla; Platt A Preston. Waitsburg.
Trustees Hospital for Insane, Eastern
FWashinfiton, Wilson Lockhart, Charles
IMcDona 1, Medical Lake; D F Percivel,
, Cheney.
Trustees Hospital for Insane, Western
‘ Washington, W J Fife, Tacoma; George D
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, Seattle.
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
Berniss, Spokane Falls; Mr Kerr, Walla
Walla; President, R B Bryan, Olympia.
Members of Commission of Technical In
struction to local Agricultural College, Geo
A Black, Fair-haven; S B Gonover, Port
Townsend: Andrew H Smith. Tacoma.
Coal Mine inspectors, First district. Wm
Griflith, Roslyn; Second district, Edward
’l‘ Morgan, Seattle.
State Land Commission, W T Forrest,
Allen ‘Weir. T M Reed. 7
Harbor Llne Commlssioners—D C Guern- l
sey. Dayton; W F Prosser, North Yakima; ,
Eugene Semple Seattle- H F Gar-l
retson, Tacoma; Frank H Richards, What
com; A Martin, secretary. ,
Tide Land Commissioners'and Board:of l
Equalization and Appeal—Thos M Reed,
Olimpia; Allen Weir, Port .Townsend;‘
B S larpstein, Walla Walla; C H Warn- ‘
er, Colfax; Austin Mires, Ellensburgh; C
M Barton, secretary.
Trustees of State Normal School at El
lensbur h—\W R Abrams, Ellensburgh;
Fred v 5 Agatz, Ellensburgh; Thos J
Newland, Ellensburgh.
Trustees State Normal School at Chene
——S A Wells, Ritzville, term two years; 1%
F Suksdorf, Slpangle, four years; W H H
McClure, Pa ouse 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 Houghton,‘
Spokane. l
Commission to build the State Uni-‘
versity, John Arthur, Seattle: Charles F,
Leavenworth, Olympia; John Mcßeavyfl
Union City. ‘
Horticultural Board, Raynor Kies, Van
couver; Henry Bucef, Tacoma; E L Von
§ohxien, East Soun ;D E Lesh North
akima; D M Jessee, Walla Walla; H H
S alding, Almota; at large,J T Blackburn,
VELShon Island.
Fish Hatchery CommisSlon. Chas E
Laughton of Conconullf'; James Crawford;
Vancouver: A A Lindsey, Olympia.
State Building Commission, Chas E
Laughton Conconully; T M Reed, Olym
pia; A A Lindslely, Olympia.
Board of Hea th and Bureau 'of Vital
Statistics—G S Armstrong, M D, president;
Olitmpia; O A Bowen, secretary, Olympia;
F Conn, MD, Seattle; N Fred Essig, M
D. Spokane; J R Hathaway, M D, Fair
haven.
TIDE LAND APPRAISERS.
Chehalis County—Z T Coy, Montesano;
W T Keyes, Aberdeen; Charles Scott,
Gray’s Harbor.
0 allanl County—Alfred Lee, Port Ange
les; James A Smith, Sequim; William
Ward, Dungeness.
, Cowlitz County—Lewis H Gildjy Free
‘port; Sam Jenkins, Tucker; Geo ’ White,
Castle Rock. '
Island County—~ohas T Terry, Coupe—
Eille; Thos Nunan, Jerome Ely, Oak Har
or.
Jefferson County—R D Attridge, Port
Ludlow- Peter Multy, Pol-t Discovery; F
H Winslow. Port Townsend.
King County—D A McKenzie, F W
Sparling, Thos W Prosch, Seattle.
Kitsap Countg—John T Mitchell, Port
Madison: A H roufe, Sidney;' S A Dick.
ey, Port Washington.
Mason Count£—Alonzo Edwards, Shel
ton‘ John R berhart, Allyn, John B
Forbes, Kamilchie.
Pacific Countfi—Ralph B Dyer South
Bend; Thomas oney, Willapa; H F Car
nahan, Knappton.
Pierce County~E M Hunt, 0 T Ulll
man. John Hgntingtorr. Tacomfia. 7
San Juan County—Joseph Sweeney. G
B Driggs, Friday Harbor; 8 M Johnson.
Skagit County—l D Huntoon, Hamilton;
H P Downs, Mount Vernon; G R Donnell,
Anacqrtes: » A ~ ,
. Snohomish County-E C Ferguson, Wm
Whitfield, F O Coe, Snohomish.
Thurston County—E W Andrews. Olym
gga; Francis Rotch, Bucoda; Frank Ruth,
elm.
Whatcom County—WillL Visscher, F.
N Barney,Whatcom; B W Loring. Lnyden.
Wahkiakum County—Thomas Irvlng,J
J Foster, Cathlamet; F M Sweet, Ska
mokawa.
JUDICIARY.
Chief Justice, Thomas J Anders, Walla
Walla. .
Justice, Elmon Scott, Pomeroy.
Justice, R O Dunbar, Goldendale.
Justice, T. R. Stiles, Tacoma.
Justice J P Hafit, Olympia.
Clerk,'(‘.\S Rein art, oiiympia.
Reporter, Eugene Krei er, Tacoma.
STATE MILITARY. , l
3 Governor E P Ferry, Commander-in-
Chief, Olirmpia. .
Genera R G O’Brien, Adjutant General
and Quartermaster General, Commissary
General, Inspector General and Chief of
Ordnance, Olympia.
Colonel E. M. Carr, Assistant Adjutant
General, Seattle.
Colonel Henry Landes, Paymaster Gen
eral, Port Townsend.
Colonel Edward L Smith, Surgeon Gene
ral, Seattle. ’
Colonel James R Hayden, Assistant 1n
spector General, Seattle.
‘ Colonel Charles E Claypool, Judge Advo
cate General Tacoma.
Colonel Il‘rank T Gilbert. Assistant
Quartermaster General, Walla Walla.
OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 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, Sfmkane Falls.
Colone Will L. Visscher, Assistant Com
missary General, FairhaVen.
1 Aides-de-Camps—Lieutenant Colonels,
‘Charles Reichenbach of Tacoma- C M
Atkins, Whateom; L Frank Boya, Spo
kane Falls; Clinton P Ferry, Tacoma.
Assistant Adjutant General—Major
Charles H. Ayer, Olympia.
Assistant OommlssarK General—Lieu.
tenant Colonel Albert W yte, Steliacoom,
Assistant Quartermaster General—Lieu
tenant Colonel H. F. Garretson, Tacoma.
Aide de Camp to Adjutant General— ‘
Captain E T Powell, Waitsburg. j
Brigadier commanding N G W, A P Cur
rv Spokane. '
john I Booge, Spokane, Assistant Ad]u
tant General, with rank Lieutenant
09121161; ~ , ~, ,i
W SScott. Seattle. Assistant Inspecto
General, with rank Lieutenant Colonel.
Geo A Bethune, Tacoma, Assistan
Quartermaster General. with rank Lien
tenant Colonel.
Marshall K Snell. Tacoma, Assistant
, Commissary General, with rank Lieutenant
‘ Colonel.
E L Smith, Brigade Surxireon, Seattle,
with rank Lieutenant Colone .
J J White. Spokane, Aide-de-Camp, with
rank First Lieutenant.
J W Steam, Tekoa, Aide-de-Camp. with
rank First Lieutenant.
WE Cromwell. South Bend, Aide-de-
Camp, with rank First Lieutenant.
First Regiment—J G Haines. Colonel,
Seagge; S W Scott, Lieutenant Colonel,
ea e.
Regimental Staff—T M Reed, Jr., first
lieutenant and Adjutant, Seattle; L R
Dawson, Surgeon Major, Seattle; J A
ry, Seattle; Rev. L Wells, Chaplain
with rank of 0a tain, Tacoma.
Captains of 621 m anies—Joseph Green,
Co Bl Seattle; W J IFife, Co 0, Tacoma; C
L F Kellogg, 00 D, Seattle: W R Thornell,
Co E, Seattle; J J Weisenburger, What
com; F A Gaus, 00 G, Tacoma‘ J C West
hofl‘, Co H, Vancouver; Geo H J ones, Port
Townsend; A E Morton, Aberdeen.
Second Regiment Enoch W Pike. Colo~
‘nel, Goldendale; John Carr, Lieutenant
;Colonel, Dalyton; Geo W Greene, Major,
, Spokane Fa ls ‘
‘ Regimental Stafl—J H Hudgin, M D,
Surgeon and Major, Waitsburg; Dr Allen‘
Bonebrake, Assistant Surgeon and Captain, ;
Goldendale; Rev J T Eshelman, Chap-l
lain and Major, Goldendale; N 31
Brooks. First ieutenant and Adjutant!
Goldendale; Edwin S Isaacs. First Lieu-1
tenant and Quartermaster, Walla Walla-
Eugene J Fellows, First Lieutenant and
Commissary, Spokane Falls: 0 F Miller,
First Lieutenant and Paymaster, Dagton;
Geo W Barker, First Lieutenant an In
spector, Goldendale.
Captains of Conganies—J E Frost. Com
pany A, Ellens urgh; vacancy, Com
pany C, Goldendale; Geo W Billing—
ton, Company C Centerville; H GShug—
man, Com any D, Waitsburfi; J C Mc-
Crimmon fiorth Yakima; E Fox, Com
pany F, Dayton, W G Wadhams, Com-
Bany G, Spokane Falls; Harry St. George,
omeroy.
CAVALRY orrrcnns.
Chas B Johnson, Major, commanding
battalion; M D Smith, Spokane Ist Lieu
tenant and Adjutant; W O'Robh, 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
-88"? Sergeant.
r 00: A—Captain B B Glascock, Car»
tain; W Lindsay, first Lieutenant; T
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—Wallace Mount, S rague.
Walla Walla and Franklin—Wm. H.
Upton, Walla Walla.
Columbia, Garfield and Asotin—Robert
F. Sturdevant, Dagton.
Kittitas—C. B. raves, Ellensburgh.
Yakima and Klickitat—Sol. Smith, Gold
endale.
Clarke, Cowlitz and Skamania—N. H.
Bloomfield, Vancouver.
Lewis, Pacific and Wahkiakume. S.
Hunter, Chehalis.
~ Thurston, J. W. Robinson Olympia.
Chehalis and Mason—Mason Irwin,
Mgntesano: _ 7 7
Pierce—Frank Allyn, Fremont Camp
bell! John Beverly, Tacoma.
Kmfi—Richard Osborn, J. I. Lichtenherg,
T. J. umes, Seattle.
J efl'erson—M. B. Sachs, Port Townsend.
glallam—James G. McClinton, Port An
ge es. '
Whatcom and San Juan—J. R. Winn,
Wyatcgm. _ _ _ __ __§__ _
”Skfigi'ifland Isiand—H. Mcßride, La
anngr. __ _ __7 A . A,
iVShbhrémish and thsap—J. C. Denny,
Snobdmish.
«UNITED sums coqms.
District Judge, C.'H. Hanford. Seattle.
Clerk of Circuit Court, A. R. Ayres, Ta
coma. ~ A , 7
DeEuty Clerk of District Court, R. .M.
Hop ins, Seattle.
Clerk of District Court, R. M. Hopkins,
Segttlet H _ _ w_ U _ > _
"‘Eé‘fiiitly Clerk of District Court, A. R.
Ages, ’ acoma. . _
eguty Clerk of District Court, Oliver
Woo , Port Townsend. . _ .
Depug; Clerk of Distrlct and Circult
Court, .T. Dovell, Walla Walla. . .
Deputy Clerk of District and Clrcuit
Court. S. A. Wells, Spokane.
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TIME CARD FOR 1891.
—-—o—
Columbia River and Puget Sound Navigation
Company. Commencmg Tuesday, May
19th, passenger steamer
--- FOB ——
a
SeattlenTacoma, Olympia and
I
McNeil 3 Island,
oomo.
Leave Olympia jdaily, except Monday. 7:30 a. m.
Arrive Tacoma “ “ ” 9:30 a. m.
Leave Tacoma “ “ “ 10:30 a. m.
Arrive Seattle “ “ 12:15 p. m.
‘ anruaumo.
Leave Seattle daily, except Monday,'l:3o p. m.
ArriVe Tacoma " 5“ , 3:30 p. on.
Leave Tacoma “ ,“ “ 4:00 p. m.
Arrive Olympia “ “ “ 6:30 p. m.
LANDINGS—SeattIc; Yesler’s wharf; Tacoma,
N. P. R. R. wharf; Olympia, Pcrcival’a wharf.
Meals on board; only boat makinfivround trip
Sunday; carries Northwestern and elk-Fargo
express and fast freight. ~.
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Steamer ‘
SEATTLE AND TACOMA {ROUTE. l
l
Making the round trip daily, except Sunday, as
per the following time table: ‘
Lv Tacoma daily except Sunday, 7.30 a. m.
Ar Seattle “ “ “ 9:30 a. m.
Lv Seattle “ “ “ 10:00 a. m.
Ar Tacoma “ “ " 12:00 m.
Lv Tacoma “ ” " 1:30 p. m.
Ar Seattle ” “ “ 3:80 p. m.
Lv Seattle " “ “ 4:00 p. :11.
Ar Tacoma ‘ “ “ 6:00 p. m.
LANDINGB—SeattIe, Yealers wharf; Tacoma;
N. P. R. R. wharf.
U. B. SCOTT. Prest
ADVERTISE
__._ IN,—
The '_.| ‘mbune,
,\ ‘ I
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 car line expected to run
through the addition soon. ‘
Notariv Public.
Comer Fourth and Jefferson street. opposite the Opera Housel
THE FIRST N ATIONAL BA NK
01“ OLYMPIA
CAPITAL - - SB 100.000
SURPLUS - - - $20,000.
A. A. PHILLIPS, JOHN F. GOWEY,
L. W. OSTlfgilsggfiTl HENRJIIS.» 331”“
CASHIERQ DIRECTORS : ASST. CASHIER.
A . H. STEELE, T. M. REED, \V. M. LADD, A. H. CHAMBERS
A. A. PHILLIPS, form F. GOWEY; GEO. D. SHANNON.
A General Banklng Busmess Transacted
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTIONS.
Capltal Natlonal Bank,
OF‘ OLY MPI A .
Capltal - - - SIOO,OOO
F. M. WADE, PRES. N. H. OWI'NGS, V. PRES.
C. J. LORI) CASHIER
Directors. .
John S. Baker, Louis Bettman, 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
allfprinclpal cities.
Collections a Specialty,
State Bank of Olvmma.
CAPITAL, SIOO,OOO.
Transacts a Genera. Banking Business. j£Bl3al3e
Warrants Bought.
SAVINGS} DEPOSITS RECEIVED
I In sum of $1 and upwards .
ANfiDf IN.TEREST ALIJOWEZD THEREON
W
OLYMPIA.
PASSENGER AND TRANSFER STABLE.
DREWRY AND SON. Proprietors-
W
F‘ 3' “Elma“. °' Rléémmem ae‘é‘e‘c’er‘fw‘ié‘aiem
THEEWEST SIDE MILL COMPANY i
Roughiand Dresser. 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.
PUGET SOUND STONE YARD. ‘
Carkeek 6: Nicholas, importers and manufacturers of
Cemetery Work of All Kinds.
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