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KEENE’S POWER.
The Great Play of Richelieu Splen
didly Rendered.
'l‘ne Olympia Theater Crowded to
Greet the Tragedlan—The Play
of Richard 11]. Tonight.
When Richelieu was on his death bed he
was asked if he forgave his enemies. . “I
never had any but those of the state,” he
replied. Those who saw the magnificent
representation of the play of the great
cardinal last night at the Olympia theater
can well understand from the above the in
tensity of the patriotism, that was within
the breast of Armand Richelieu when he
exclaimed with dramatic fervor: “France,
I love thee.” He re—created France in the
days of the weak King Louis XIII. at the
expense of the Protestant Huguenots
whom he fought, not as a religious bigot,
but as a statesman, for after he had con
quered and quelled them he gave complete
amnesty to those whom'he had subdued.
Richelieu has been called the true archi
tect of the French monarchy and the
great parent of French Civilization, despite
all his darker qualities. Around the great
historical drama so admirably penned by
Lord Bulwer, clusters some startling con
trasts of (fetty and heroic work, intense
irony an humor,sallies of lively Wit, fear,
hatred, love, revenge and pride. while “the
headsman stalks behind” those who de
served death by organizing the
great cmislpiracy to crush the cardinal and
France. ' he power of the church in the
days succeeding the destruction of feudal— l
ism in France was never more cleverly‘
shown than in the play of Richelieu, and
yet in one of the passages the convent is
denounced by Julie de Mortimer. Per
haps the most startling climax of last
night’s representation was the curse
scene when the King sends Baradas
for Julie and the cardinal exclaimed,
“Around her form I draw the awful circle
of our solemn church, step but a foot- with
in its bounds and on thy head, yea though
thou were a king I’d launch the curse of
Rome.” Keene’s climaxes throughout
the historical drama were strong and terri
ble, full of dramatic fire and power. He is
the best delineator of the heroic characters
ofthe stage today in this country, save
Booth. Lacking the splendid physique
and voice of either Forrest or McCullough,
he approaches both in finished detail of
the technique of the stage. His portrayal
of the able, haughty, proud, humorous and
weak old man of two characters, who did
not scruple to employ the spy, the Cuplh
chin Monk (and Voltaire says a mistress)
to destroy feudalism, humiliate Austria,
dismeniber Spain and build up his beloved
France, was the best representation of
dramatic art ever seen on t ie Olympia the
ater stage. Walter Matthews made an ex
cellent De Mauprat, Frank Henning, a
good Baradas, and Alberta Gallatin was a
ovely Julie. The young man who acted
the part of FraiicOis, who (lid not“fail,”
gaveavery fine and vigorous representa
tion of that character.
THE PLAY TONIGHT.
Keene will appear in Shakespeare’s
“Richard III" and it is expected that the
house Will again be packed. It is a Widely
different character from Richelieu. He is
said to have no equal in this play except
Edwin Booth. There are but a few seats
left for the play tonight.
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
OLYMPIA, Wash, Nov. 6, 1801.
'a? 5252’s sills '
Place of 0 2 an: ‘1 Hn‘E E. State of
Observation. (as g .553 giflg‘a weather.
5 .5 .3 :25 w ;
(Tum—l6in ....T 29.90% “??? :T—‘llllai—niii:
Portland... 30.00 M S 10 .06 Pt Cloudy
Fort Canny... 2092‘5: W 12 ..udßuining
Walla Walla. 30.024813 (3 .Uuicloud less
Spokane .. . 30.00 40 S S .Ooldloudy
Baker City.... 311.0830i5E 0 .(lO‘Cloudlss
Jgoseburg...” 30.1044 E Light .00 Cloudy
Eureka. 30.14 50 Cm (htliii .02 Foggy .
Red 81iifi..... 30.1048 Clll'Citllll .02,Ulondless
Sacramento... 30.0u53'mvl 12 .llilCloudless
San Francw_ .00 Clondlcss
LOCAL REPOR'E-
The maximum temperature today was
56 degrees and the minimum 50. Maximum
speed of Wind, 17 miles per hour, from
west. Amount of rainfall, .6; inches
(for twenty-four hours ending at 3 p.m).
Amount of rainfall since July 1, 1891,
16.06 inches; average (for several years)
since July 1, 1891. 9.70 inches; excess
since July 1, 1891, 6.30 inches. Indications
for tomorrow, showery weather. a
E. B. OLNEY, Observer. l
THE SUPREME COURT. .
Cases in Hearing- Today—Election of
School Directors.
The case of Judge Sachslwas in hearing
before the supreme court today.
Under the law of 1890 the election of
school directors and clerks was to occur on
the first Saturday in November, to serve
for one year, The law of 1891 changed the
time to the first Saturday in September
and provided that the otficers should qual
ify within ten days, but said nothing as to
the time when their term shoul com~
inence. In Jefferson county the court
held that if the clerk was elected in 1890
his term did not expire until November,
1891, and that the clerk elected in Septem
ber, 1891, was an intruder and ousted him.
The court also decided that the election in
1891 was invalid because the polls were
closed at 7 p.m. instead of 8 p.m. as the
law provides. The defendant appeals,
asking the court to fix bon s to
stay the proceedings pending an ap.
pea]. This the court declined to
do, and an appeal was taken for a writ of
mandate to compel the court below to fix
bonds to stay the proceedings. The superior
court issued an alternative writ, and this,
today, was a hearing to show why a. per
emptory writ should not issue. Hays and
Ty er, of Port Townsend appeared for
Judge Sachs, and Johnson and Moody for
the appellant. j
The case of Parker vschGraw, from ‘
King county was argued. Plaintiff re
covered judgment. More than a year after
judgment was obtained, McGraw moved to
vacate it. and a motion was granted. Now
plaintifl'is endeavoring to obtain a writ of
certiorari, for the purpose of reviewing the
notion of the court. Attorneys Austin and
Gearin appear for the plaintiff, and Col.
Carr for the defendant.
SCHOOL MATTERS.
Collections of Minerals, Elm, by the
Scholars—State Teachers’
Association.
At the suggestion of the city superin—
tendent a. shelf has been placed in each
school room and the pupils encouraged to
make collections of minerals,woods, shells,
insects and other natural curiosities. The
school children are manifesting a large
amount of enthusiasm in collecting speci
inens.. The teachers make use of many of
the objects brought in as subjects for oral
soience lessons and for language work.
Superintendent Brintnall is arranging
the program me for the next meeting of the
Puget Sound Schoolmasters’ Club, which
meets here on the 28th and also for the
grade section of the State Teachers’ Asso
ciation. which will meet at Fairhaven De
cember 29m, 30th and 3.lst. Fairhaven is
arranging to give free entertainment to all
teachers at this meeting and a large at
tendance is expected.
M
For Sale at a Bargain.
A Mulay sawmill of latest improvement,
with engine and steel boiler 15 to 20 horse
power, all complete and nearly new. Mill
capaCity 4to 5 thousand feet. Apply to J.
C. Perelval, Union Dock, Olympia or to J.
M. Swan. n3tt
The steamer The Doctor leaves Olympia
atlo’clock daily for Shelton and Kamil
chie and returns the day following, arriv
ing at Olympia at 12 o’clock iinon. septhf
omympnm BRIEFS. |
Sunshine today.
Plenty of mud yet.
Sausage meat is very ripe. ' 1
Richard the Third tonight. .
Beans tonight at the campfire. ‘
“The Olympia" is the best 10 cent cigar.
Apple “sass” appears to be as plentiful
as cider.
Years of experience in the watch factor
ies has made us skillful in watch repair
ing. Rose & Godard.
What a. picnic the boys are going to have
this winter with new skating ponds.
Some of the court-martial magnates oc—
cupied private boxes last night at the
theater. ‘
Next Friday we give ten per cent of oiir
sales to the Episcopalian church.
novs. ARMSTRONG Enos.
The Young Ladies’ Society of the Pres
byterian church will take orders for fancy
work for the holidays.
We have some great bargains in men’s
underwear in all grades. It will pay to
them before buying. Brown & Ferris.
Go to F. W. Gromby's, 618 Fourth street,
for accurate presciptions. oth
The November examination of teachers
for Thurston county will be held at Ta
comrt hall. this city, on the 12, 13 and 14,
inst.
See Richard the Third tonight killed by
Richmond.
An opportunity to buy a store front and
130 feet of line redwood shelving. Inquire
of Talcott Bros. novs
Boss Siekeis wants to be mayor or street
commissioner.
P. H. Carlyon, dentist, corner Main and
Fifth streets. *
Bids will be opened by the county corn
missioners tomorrow for the new court
house metal and wood furniture. _
Bilgerdt Going are‘ to give away a fine
cook stove. Call and see it. 113tf.
Main street crossings from Fifth to
Tenth are in a. disgraceful condition.
. We have the Episcopalian church on the
i list for Friday Nov. 6. Armstrong Bros.
Save money by buying our meats and‘
vegetables at the People‘s Iliarket. Choice
butter, eggs, hams, bacon and lard con- i
stantly on hand. 0. F. Allen & Co., 622
Fourth street. 3tf
Go to F. ‘W. Cromby's, 618 Fourth street
for the Reception cigar. They are very
choice. 06tf
W'atches, diamonds and jewelry, clocks,
spectacles and silverware at Talcott Bros.
al-tf
‘ New Home and Domestic sewing ma
, chines at Talcott Bros. al-tf
l Strangers are still laughing at our Main
street our “system.”
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired at
Simenson’s, 315 Main street. ai-tf
Tripe, sauerkraut, summer sausage, and
line horse radish in bottles for table use,
can be found at F. W. Tinkliain’s market,
cor. Main and Seventh street. n3-6t.
Poultry is putting on Thanksgiving frills
and l'urbelows and the turkey which ought
to be sold for 18 cents a pound will cost 25
cents a pound. No mistake in that pre—
diction.
Rev. T. J. Lamont takes pleasure in
acknowledging the receipt of $5, from “A.
Friend,” for the Ladies’ Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church.
The Young Ladies’ Society of the Pres~
byterian church will give a dime sociable
at the residence of their pastor on next
Tuesday evening Refreshment-s and a
good programme. All are invited.
Florida’s Building.
Florida’s exposition building will be a
full-sized production of Fort Madison,
which was built at St. Augustine In 1620,
and is believed to be the oldest building in
the United States. It is ofstone and covers
a space of about 150 feet square. The walls
are twenty feet high and nine feet thick at
the base. It is a. rectangular structure, the
interior court being about seventy-live feet
square. Within the fort are some twenty—
four rooms. The reproduced structure on
the fair grounds will be frame, covered on
the outside with the phosphate rock of
Florida, to give it the appearance of stone.
The walks on the parapet and within the
. inner court will be covered with the cele
‘ brated pebble phosphate oi‘Florida. This
use of the material will constitute the
,State’s phosphate exhibit. The old fort is
encompassed about with a deep moat.
This moat will also be reproduced, and
will constitute a sunken garden in which
will be shown all the tropical plants of
Florida—~the pine-apple. banana, rice, sugar
cane, oranges, etc. It is contemplated to l
partition oli'a portion of the moat and fill ‘
it with water and have there several alliga- l
tors and, perhaps, crocodiles. Several of
the old Spanish cannons that once did ser
vice at the fort will be taken to Chicago. ‘
The Florida building promises to be one
of the most unique of the State structures.
OLYMPIA THEATER.
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John Miller Murphy, Proprietor and Manage
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HAIL TO THE CHIEF,
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.The Premdent.
IS COMlNG
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ONE NIGHT ONLY. RE(¥EI’TI§N HELD
Tuesday, November 10, 1891.
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Return of the Popular Favorites;
MR. FRANK DAVID ‘
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1 MISS CHARLOTTE TIT T ELL
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A Competent Cast of Comedians, and a Roaring,
Legitimate Drama.
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Secure Seats Early and Avoid the Rush.
NATIONAL 1H EATER;
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FOOT 0F MAIN STREET OLYMPIA, “’ASH.
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The evening’s entertainment to begin with
a side splitting comedy,
entitled,
Mr. and M rs. Brown.
Mr. 8r0wn...... .............,Joe Creamer
Mrs. Brown. . . . . . .. . . .. ... . . .Carrie Benner
Jake (a servant). . .. . . t . . . . . . . Win. Clifford
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E FRIEDLANDER BROTHERS 3
Champion Harmonica Soioists of America.
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FIRST APPEARANCE or T
MISS OLLIE LEONARD
'i‘netnlenten, {féc'a'iis'iiix‘s'éfigg Txili‘ianiiéié.
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THE BIG TWO
Billy-«CLIFFORD 81 DOYLE---Biddy
In a Comical absurdit , introducing the
latest Songs all 3, Parodies.
E MISS LOA. DURAND E
In a series of pleasing songs. V
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Change of Programme every
Monday ANU' Thursday.
OL‘YMPIA, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1891.
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Americafof tartar baking powder. High
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Government Food Report;
TRAVELERS- GUIDE.
Tacoma and Poftlsind Passenger. 1
Leave5P0rt1and.........................10:45 am
Arrive from Portland via Gate City.... . 4:45 p.m
Leaves for Tacoma and Seattle. . . . .. . . . .4:50 p.m
Leaves Tacoma for Olympia... ..........11 fit) p.m
Arrive from ’1‘ac0ma.....................12:b5a.m
Leaves for Portland via Gate City. :. . .. 1 :00 a.m
Arrive at Portland. ...7:00 a.m
MONTESANO PASSENGER.
Leave Tacoma. 8:10 a.mlLv Montesauo..2:4s p.m
Lv Olympia... 0:32 a.m Lv Olympia. . . .4z50 p.m
Ar Moutesano. 11:25 a.mlAr Tacoma. . . , .0:00 p.m
CHEHALIS PASSENGER.
Lv Chehalis. .. 7:00 a.m Lv Tacoma... 3:55 p.m
Lv Olympia... 4237 a.m Lv Olympia. “5:25 p.m
Ar Tacoma. . . .10100 a.m Ar Cliehalis. . “7:00 p.m
Port Townsend Southern.
NUMBER ONE
Leave........... .i.01ympia........... 9:40 a.m
Arrive...............Tenin0.............10;30 a.m
. NUMBER TWO.
Leave..i........,....’1‘enin0............10:50am
Arrive ..........,...01ympia............11:50a.m
NUMBER THREE.
Leave................01y1npia.......... 3:sopm
Arrive“. ...........Tenin0...,....... 4:50p.m
NUMBaa roux.
Leave.......... .....Tenino 4:ospm
Arrive5.............01ympia............. 5:55p.m
On Sunday the morning train leaves at 9140 a.m.
and remains at Tenino until 4:03 p.m.,arriving in
Olympia at 5:55 p.m. The morn ng train makes
close connection with the Northern Pacific to
Portland and the evening train meets the train
, from Portland.
Take Steamers for
Tacoma and Seattle—Bailey Gatzert leaves Olym
pia at 7:30 a.m. daily except Monday; leaves 'l‘a
coma at 10:30a,1n., arrives in Seattle at 12:15. Re
turning, leaves Seattle at 1:30 p.m., leaves Ta
coma at 4, arrives in Olympia at 0:30 p m.
Multnomah arrives from Tacoma at 10;30 a.m.,
retiirning, leaves at 1 p.m. for Tacoma and Se
8. t e.
Clara Brown leaves Olympia Tuesday, Thurs:
day and Saturday at 9 a.m. for Tacoma and Se
attle. Returning, leaves Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at 5:30 p.m.
For Shelton, the Willie leaves daily except
Sunday at 0:30. a.m. Returning, arrives here at
2 p.m
Steamer Josephine arrives from Shelton at 0
a.m daily and Sunday, and returns at 9:30.
Arrives again at 2 p In. and leaves at 5. Joseph—
ine connects with Bailey Gatzert to and from
Tacoma at Dofl'lemyer’s. Steamer Willie con
nects with Multnomah in same manner.
For Kamila-hie, Doctor leaves daily except
Sunday, nt 0:30. Returning. arrives at ‘2 p.m.
ALI; ABOJIT TIIE NlAllis.
' MAIL DEPARTURES.
DAILY.
Grays Harbor and Coast points. . . . . . . . . .9:15 a.m
Tacoma(Pouch Direotg.,..., 8:00 a.m
Tnmwater, Tenino an all points south 9:15 a.m
Eastern states and all points east and
north 4:15p.m
All points south, also states east and
south 7:oopm
Pickering, weekly, Saturday... .. , .... 8:00 a.m
Kamilche and Shelton, daily except
5unday..................H....:..:..12:00p.m
, ARRIVALS
DAILY.
Points in Oregon, southern and north
western and eastern Washington. 4:40 p.m
Northwestern 5tate5............ 9:32 a.m
Grays Harbor and Coast points. ... 4:40 p.m
Tumwater and ’l‘enino 5:50 p.m
Kamilehe and Shelton, daily except
5uumty.........................._... 12:30pm
Pickering, week1y...................... . 11:00 a.m
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THE PRICE IS GOING UP.
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The WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be great
ly improved and on January lst, 1892, the
subscription price will be raised from $1.50
$2. PER YEAR-
Until that time, special inducements will
be offered to new subscribers, and those
who desire to renew before their subscrip
tion expires,
WE ‘WILL GIVE
PREMIUM NO. I.
The WEEKLY TRIBUNE for one year
to any person who will bring in three new
subscriptions.
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PR EMIUM NO. 2.
Any person bringing in six new subscrip
tions, will receive a $2. Pocket Knife, or any
other article of the same value, to be
selected from the stock of any Olympia
merchant who advertises in the TRIBUNE.
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PREMIUM NO. 3.
To any person bringing in ten new'sulr
‘ scriptions, we will give a course of one term
l in Stenography, or one term in the Gram- ‘
1 mar Course, at the Olympia Collegiate In- ‘
‘ stitute. ‘
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PREMI UM -NO. 4.;
To any person bringing in fifteen new 3
subscriptions. we will give one term in the 1
College Course,Normal Course, Commercial
Course, Musical, Elocution or Art, at thel
Olympia Collegiate Institute. l
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PR EMIUM NO. 5,
To any person bringing in twenty-five new
subscriptions, will be given two terms in
any one course, or one term in‘xany two
courses at the Olympia. Collegiate Institute,
or a Silver Watch to the Value of sls. Pre—
miums Nos. 4 and 5 can be transferred to
any person designated by the one bringing
in the new subscriptions.
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PER YEAR~—-
$I .50 ——.~IN ADVANCE. “-50-
”‘Make all remittances to the _
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V‘IE HAVE made a thorough study of fitting
glasses by the most improve methods,
and can safely guarantee a satisfactory fit. Have
your eyes tested, and get our prices before go
ing elsewhere. Respectfully,
Jewelers andOptlclans.
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Improved Olympla Real Estate ‘
In sums of SSOO and upwards. Inquire of thel
Puget sound Savings Bank, 2422 Pa-‘
cifie avcnue. Tacoma, Wash. ,
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WANTED. ;
A. PLACE to sew or do housework, in a small
family. References given and required.
Address care of Young’s hotel, room Nm 19. 117
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A YOUNG man wants a place to work for his
board and attend school. P. 0. Box 683.
“Him
A good second-hand heating stove. State
price and where it can be seen. Address
flH., Tribune office.
A GENTLEMAN wants room and board 111 a
private famlly; state price and locality.
A_d_dress A. 8., Tribune Oliice.
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FOR RENT.
ROOM and board for gentleman in private
family. Inquire at Tribune office. nov"!
ROOMS —gentielnen. Corner of Main and
Jightli streets. Reference required. 113tf
BWOITR unfurnished rooms, corner Union and
J etferson sts. a29tf
FURNISHED apartments on Adams street, be:
tween Sixth and Seventh st. Mrs. Follans—
b_eg. _ , a6tf
AN eight room house on Main street near
Eighteenth. Newly papered and painted
and in thorough repair. Apply at this office.
fifi__ m22tf
, 'FOR SALE.
OLD papers at THE TRIBUNE 25 cents per
3 hundred.
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1 TO EXCHANGE.
RESIDENT property in Tacoma for same in
Olympia. Address this ofi‘ice. olgtf‘
STRAYED. .
AYOUNG cow, light red and white, with dark
, head and neck, buttons on her horns.
Leave word at this oiilce or E. F. Janes, 15th and
Adams street. 115-212.
EDUC ATIONAL.
PRIVATE lessons—Mr. L. F. Henderson, Ph.
8., will give private lessons to single
parties, or‘to classes, in botany, French litera
ture, Latin 01' Mathematics. Special work to
boys or girls fitting for college. 425 Main street,
during the day, or at private residence during
the evening, Nov 24.
MISCEL LANEOUS.
I)() YOU DESIRE TO BUILD A HOME 1'
If so, subscribe for stock in the Olympia
Building & Loan Association, an organizer
tion confined exclusively to Thurston Co.
Capital stock, $500,000; par value S2OO.
Monthly payments, sl. _
Trustees—T. G. Van Epps, J. R. Chaplin, Jo
seph Chilberg, John McClennan, E. \V. An»
drews, C. J. Lord, Homer C. Atwell, S. C. Wood—
rufl“ and A. \V. Wisner.
Let us see what it will cost you on the sup
position that your stock will e worth par in
seven years: '
With five shares of stock and on approved se
curity, you will be entitled toaloanof SIOOO.
Your monthly dues will be $5 and your monthly
interest will be SB, making a total monthly pay
ment of sl3. Your total monthly payments for
seven years will be $1,092. To this we will add
as the result of competitive bidding, a premium
of say 15 per cent, or $l5O, making the total paid
by you in seven years $1,242, from which deduct
the amount you received, SI,OOO, and we have
the total interest paid by_you in seven years,
$242. You will see that thls is a. trifle loss than
3y per cent. per annum.
fie Building and Loan Association located
outside of our own city and pretending to do
business here can ofler the same security and
benefits that our local Association can give to
investors, and we would request all persons in
tending to take stock in outside Associations to
investigate our methods before investing.
» Foreign Associations are generally operated
not with the intention of making loans, but
rather with the exportation that L 0 ders of stock
away from the home oflice will forfeit their in
vestments to a few managing members.
Our Trustees are all elected at home from
‘ among our our members, and each stockholder
is entitled to one vote for every share owned by
1111. _ : 7
”Stir officers are under proper bonds, and our
books are always open for the inspection of all
stockholders.
Further information will be furnished on ap
plication. ,
A. W. WISSER, Secretary,
303 Fourth street
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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
GEO. S. ARMSTRONG, M. D., L. R. C. 8.,
(Edin. Ofllee Chambers' block, residence,
Olympia Hotel, Telephone no. 1.
DR. M. L. ADAMS, office rooms E, Chambers
block. Residence, Third street. between
Tullis and Bethel street, Eestside. Office hours,
10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p.m.
DR. GEO. W. INGRAM—Office, Turner Block,
corner Fourth and Main streets.
DR. KINCAID, oifiee over Toklas dz Kauf
man’s. Residence, cor J efi'erson and 18th sts.
Olympia, Wash.
DR. J. F. WATT, office, rooms 4 and 0, Chem
bers’ block. Residence between Franklin
‘ and Tenth street. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2
‘to 4 and 7toß p. 111. Telephone 62.
10 P. JEN’I‘O, M. D. C. M. Office, Chambers
. Block, Oifice hours, 10 to 12; 2to 5; 7to
9. Telephone No. 30.
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DENTISTS.
A B. WOODARD, dentist, Main street, Cham
. bers’ block.
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P H. CARLYON, D. D. 8., dental rooms cor
. ner Main and Fifth, opposite Odd Fellows‘
block.
A S. OLIVER, surgeon dentist. Teeth ex
. tracted without pain. Gold plates crown
and bridge work a specmlty. Oiiioe in étu arts
corner ,corner Main and Sixth streets Olympia.
Wash.

MISCELLANEOUS.
STEAMER “THE DOCTOR”
TOWING AND JOBBING .
_Promptly attended to. Apply to H. M.
Pierce, agent, Horr’s dock. P. 0. box 234.
OLYMrrA ~ - ~ WASH.
JOHN conxrsn, c. z. MASON, E. s. HAMLEN,
Pres.~Gen. Man. Snperind’t , See-Tress.
THE PUGET SOUND PIPE COMPANY
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of Horton is
patent thin shell wood water pipe.
Banded to stand any de- ,
sired pressure.
Guaranteed to be more durable than iron
pipe in the market. Olympiaany
Washington.
F. W . TINKHAM
“DEALER iN—-
Beef, Mutton, Pork and. Veal.
—CHOICE—
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER 3
AND EGGS.
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Poultry of all kinds.” Choice Vegetables
in their Season. '
Silsby’s Block, Main St, COl2, 7th. Tel., No. 88
PROFESSIONAL.
A P. FITCH
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 2 and 3, - Turner Block.
OLYMPIA, WASH.
Wm. S. Church Dnv E. Baily.
Chas. E. Laughton.
BAILY, LAUGHTON & CHURCH
‘ ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
3 Rooms 5 and 6 - - Talcott Block,
Main street, Olympia.
J. r. MOORE. GEO. A. ALLEN,
MOORE & ALLEN ;
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Rooms 5 and G - - Turner Block,
Olympia, Wash.
Practice before the Supreme Court a
specialty. .
DANIEL GABY
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 20 and 21, - - - Temple Flat.
OLYMPIA. WASH.
T. v. EDDY, M. J. GORDON.
EDDY & GORDON
ATTORNEYS AT_LAW,
OLYMPIA, . - WASHINGTON.
ALLEN, AYER & FRANKLIN
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Rooms 5, 6 and 7 - - - Horr’s Block.
OLYMPIA, WASH.
MILO A room, JOHN R AGREE.
ROOT & MITCHELL
. ATTORNEYS AT LAXV
Ofl‘ice rooms 2 and 3, Oddj‘ellows Temple,
OLYMPIA, WASH.)
HOMER C. ATWELL
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Turner Block, corner Main and Fourth st.
OLYMPIA. WASH.
J W. CRAWFORD
I
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO. 120 Fourth st., Williams Block, op
posite the McKenny Block. Sgecial atten
tion given to criminal and ivorce pro
ceedings. Will also practice before local
and general Land Olfices, and prosecute
pension and bountv claims.
C. RATHBUN
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LAWYER AND JUSTICE OF PEACE.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Lands rendered and taxes paid for non-res
idents. Conveyancing. Rents collected.
South side Fourth st., between Main and
Columbia. Choice residence lots for sale.
FRANCIS HEN RY
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Proprietor of Thurston county abstract,
the oldest in the state.
OLYMPIA - - - WASH.
E .B. SIMMONS
, .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 14 and 15, - - - Stuart Block.
- OLYMPIA. W'ASB.
JOHN C KLEBER
LAWYER.
Turner Block, Cor. Fourth and Main St.
OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON.
O V. LINN
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ATTORNEY AT LA W,
7 Williams’ Block,
OLYMJ’IA - - - WASH.
. DR. POWELL REEVES 81 GD.
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PERMANENTLY LOCATEI‘) AT
730 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash.
@IOOO REWARD
For any case he fails to cure coming under his
treatment by following his directions.
PRIVATE DISEASES OF MEN
3. special study and practice for many yenrs.over
4000 treated yearly. Recent cases 0 PRIVATE
DISEASES cured in ashort time. 'ULCERS, TU
MERS, BLOTCHES on the face or body cured
without giving mercury or other poisons.
M'ddl A d d Old M “1”” V 9"
I B ge an en eran knows
exactly what ails you and will give you advice
and treatment worth thousands in gold.
He will restore you to full enjoyment of natures
rarest gift to man.
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ADlES.——This doctor has devoted twenty
yelirs to special treatment of women. He thor
oughly understands your ailments. He will tell
you exactly how you feel without asking a. ques—
tion. Call at once and see for yourself. A cure
guaranteed.
ARR“ head, throat lung, heart, stomach,
BAT ‘liver and kidney diseases instantly
relieved and permanently cured by latest New
York Hospital Methods. .
RupTUßE—Pnes, fletula,_ vaneole, hydrocele
and all swelhngs and tenderness
quickly cured.
Send 10 cents in stamps for Medical Guido. ‘
Hours, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Direct all mail to 730 l
Pacific avenue. Tacoma. Wash. 1
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£335.57. . Big G is acknowledged
~-»!’ the leading remedy for
”51;. " Cures in Gonorrhmn a: (Meet.
$11: GI“ "rt: 333153.“ {he only Slim mmfi"? for
“' encorr senor ites.
C 5 ""1153“ "m' I prescribe it and feel
?-.‘ MN only by sale in recommending it
Q THsEvaHEMInALco. to all sufiemrs.
'- .5 uncmumm. A. J. STONER, M. D.,
. 11.3. A. .“ . DECATURILIA.
- ‘ Sold by Dragging
'l'ndn ' ' * lurk PRICE SI.OO.
MARR & ROSS Agents
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E HAVE TALKED ABOUT OUR DRESS
sl‘ l Goods and Jackets for the past two months
with the idea of impressing you of their im
portance. The large sales in these two departments have
proven that our lady friends fully understand the situation.
We will, thereforegive these two items a rest for a while,
and talk about ozhers equally as important.
First of all comes our Clothing Department, the pride of
our establishment. ‘We are showing a larger variety, 3 bet
ter class of goods and better fitting garments. You will be
pleased at our stock; it is really a pleasure to show any one
through.
i . And our Shoe Department! What a wonderful change
ihas taken place there! It seems hardly possible in such a
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short space of time. '
But it is all real facts. \Ve have increased our stock and
in consequence our trade very largely; we carry the best
makes of shoes made in America. Shoes which we can rec—
ommend to Our customers, and shoes which we know will wear
well. Besides we have the right styles and full complément ‘
sizes.- ~ .
Next we wish to call your attention to our fine stock Of
Blankets and Comforters; we show an exceptionally fine lot
this tall.
The softest of wool Blankets, and the purest of Eider
down Comforts, in prices ‘ ranging from the lowest upwards.
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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 givento
‘ small dealers as they get in Port
land and Tacoma. ~ ‘
Corner of Main and Third-Street , . ‘
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CAPITAL ‘
M ' St ' Y ‘ ’
207 21111 ~ oppOSlte oung 5 Hotel.
Ladieg’ and Gents’ . .
Clothing Cleaned,
Dyed and Repaired.
I . -"
Curtains and Blankets cleaned or Galore .
ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR NO CHARGE,
W . D. ROBERTSON, Prop.

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