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SUPREME COURT DECISION.
Appeal Dismissed in one. Case. Judg
ment Afllrmed in Another.
[The DAILY and WEEKLY TRIBUNE will
print from time to time all the decisions of
the supreme court._l
Oscar 0. Olsen, appellant. vs. D. Newton
tax collector, etc., respondent.
This appeal was taken from an order
sustaining a demurrer to plaintiff‘s com
plaint. No final judgment was entered, as
appears from the record. and this court
therefore has no jurisdiction of the cause.
McElwain v. Huston, 1 Wash, 359. Ap
peal dismissed. ' T. L. SriLEs.
All-‘udges concur. ,
L. E. kellogg et a 1 respondents vs. George
Bradley, appellant.
This was a contest for the possession ofa
lot in the town of Waterville, Donglas
county, under the act of January 31, 1888.
(Acts . 216). There were three contest
ants—?(ellogg, Sessions and Bradley. Kel- ‘
logg was successful and Bradley appealed.
A statement of facts was prepared by the
appellant and certified by the presiding
judge in the following form: “I hereby
certify that the foregoing statement
of facts in said cause contains all the
material facts in said cause ,or proceeding
as produced on the trial of said cause be
fore me, so far as relates to appellantßrad
ley.” Such a statement is not sufficient.
It should have covered all the material
facts of the case.
King County ‘7. Hill, 1 Wash—
ington 63. Being thus deficient the motion
to strike the statement is granted, and
there being no error in the record the
judgment is afiirmed'
Enos V. Wilcox, (decided at this session
of the court.)
All judges concur.
T.>L STILEs, Judge.
WORD PAINTING.
Something from the Pen of a Mason
County Legislator.
Hon. A. H. Anderson, of Shelton, ought
to have been a newspaper man, or a novel
writer, instead of a capitalist. Here is
something, says the Shelton Sentinel from
a portion of a private letter written by Mr.
Anderson, with no thought that it would
ever be made public; but all intelligent
readers will enjoy it as an exquisite bit of
word painting, and therefore its possessor
felt justified in placing it on exhi ition:
“Last Tuesday as we steamed from
Olympia to Shelton and entered that
wonderful arm of the sea. called on
the maps, ‘Hammersley’s Inlet-,’ a wa
tery ingress that is always interesting,
because never twice alike; ariver with
out source or delta; nervous and quiet;
deep . and shallow, flowing with the
swift eagerness of a cascade and eddying
in concentric circles among the constella
tions of star fish that gem its sombre
shores and then again, flowing with the
silent, stately majesty of a great river; a
marvelous avenue to the sea that glacial
Chiselshavescnlptured out of almost ad
amantine cement; we saw an exquisitely,
beautiful phenomenon. From the deep,l
green water, and athwart a high bank of
tan brown,jnst ahead of the boat, there
seemed to rise agreat band of prismatic
color. Slowly it ascended and"then with
graceful curve dropped toward the oppo
site shore and sweeping down to us mir
rored the semi-circle in the water, so that
a perfect circle of iridescence was formed
around about us. We steamed for fully 15
minutes aureoied by its heavenly hues and
apparently on the lower edge of the
semi-circle; then the magic loop dissolved,
and sweet Iris floated, far away toward her
Peacock Palace, in the mystic recesses of
the Olympics, as if afraid to linger longer
in Neptune’s embrace. The bronzed cap:
tain, always loquacious with anecdote and
tales of his adventures, was silent in the
awe inspiring presence of the lovely visi‘
tant. With a'face radiant with the inspir:
ing scene just witnessed, he turned.to me
and said: ‘AI, my boy; my steamer may
be old, slow, small and humpbaeked, but
I’ll bet my lite she is the only steamer in
the world that has steamed over two miles
perched on the lower circle of a rain bow.‘
He was right. The little dingy boat was
the central figure in a picture that the art
of ages could never hope to match.”
Dragged tQfithe Altar.
Louisa Chalupia, a cigar maker, in her
suit in New York for the annulment of her
marriage from Frank Ghalupia, tells a
story of being literally dragged into matri
mony by her hair. When she was only
sixteen, she was ynwillingly betrothed by
her mother to Chalupia. He was one of
the most prosperous young men of the
Hungarian Viilage. When the wedding.
day came Louisa refused point blank to go
to the altar. She confessed that she loved
some one else, sat down 011 the floor and
refused to budge. Then her mother
threatened to kill her, Finally. the moth
er seized her b the hair, dragged her
down' stairs aml] into a carriage. Almost
before Louisa realized what had happened
shelwas before a clergyman and was mar
riec .
Plumb Station Items.
Bucoda Enterprise: Freddie Reichel is
quite sick with an attack of quinsy.
Mrs, Stotko, of Olympia. spent Sunday
with the family of Lorenzo Kratz.
The Misses Spurlock, Miss Josie L.
Coombs and J. O. Rommene spent a pleas
ant time at the residence of L. C. Whit
aker one evening last week. Card playing,
vocal and instrumental music were in or
der,anda general social time was had.
While there, the acquaintance of Mr. Bay,
the teacher of Kokane district, was formed,
and a scheme proposed that the Plumb
station and Kokane districts, make a
united effort to give an amateur entertain
ment some time this next month. Ten
cents admission will be charged and the
proceeds will go towards a library fund.
Her Decrontions.
Miss Clara Barton has some regal deco
rations awarded her in Europe, but the bit
of inisgnia She prizes among her chiefest
treasureres isa gold button given her for
her services at Johnstown. She was lately
in San Francisco. At a. reception given
her a queer-looking old fellow wandered in.
He was scared and was going to give up
his chance of seeing Miss Barton, when he
was noticed and presented. When he left
this was his tribute: “I’d rather a seen
her than any woman livin’. She nursed me
through the army fever, and she put up a
stone at my brother’s grave, so’st we’d
know where to find him.
Getting Ready.
The big armored cruiser New York is
about to be launched. She will be our
largest war Ship afloat. She has been
designed to engage the most powerful
vessels of her type in Europe. She will be
able to steam 13,030 miles without recoal—
ing. Another naval fact of interesting
significance is the success demonstrated
last week with our own steel plates as the
defensive covering for armored ships.
They proved as good if not superior to the
foreign plates tested in this country. So,
an unostentatious way Uncle Sam is get
ting along very well with his private box
ing lessons. »
[hen Baby was sick, we g 8: /e ber Castoria.
When she was a. Child, she cued for Castoria.
'When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, sheg :ave them Cast/crib.
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 agear. Noth
ing did me any good untilltrie Hibbard’s
Rheumatic Syrup. Four bottles cured me.
For sale by Pacific Drug Co.
tf'. ALBERT KING. Van Vert, Ohio.
Careful Gabby.
From the Boston Globe: “Now, cabby,
do be careful how you drive. I’m very
nervous. you know.”
“Don‘t you be afraid, sir; I’ll be keerful
311’ which ’orspital would you Prefer to be
taken to in case of a haccident. ’
Natice‘uf Street Assessment.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and to the
person or persons named herein: You and
each of you are hereby notified that the city of
Olympia special assessment roll for the collec
tion of the costs and expenses of graveling
Fourth street from Cherry street to Pear street,
which assessment was duly confirmed by the
city council on the 3d day of November, 1891, is
in my hands for collection, and that the same
will became delinquent on and after the 14th
day of December, 1891.
The names of the owners or reputed owners
and description of the property and amount of
the assessments are as follows:
M. C. Martinson, lot 1, block 5, north 60
feet, Swan’s addition 5 11 01
T. C. Van Epps, lot 2, block 5, north 60
feet, Swan’s addition 11 01:
T. C. Van Epps, lot 3, block 5, north 60 ;
feet, Swan's additi0n................... 11 01 a
George A. Motman, lot 4, block 5, north . J
60feet, Swan’s addition 11 01
Annie M. Anderson, lot 1. block 13, north
60 feet, Swan‘s audition“ 11 01
Annie M. Anderson, lot 2, block 13, north
60 feet, Swan’s addition 11 01
Etta May Veneu, lot 3, block 13, north
60 feet, Swan’s addition 11 01
Cynthia M. King, lot 4, block 13, north
60 feet. Swan’s addition 11 01
Cynthia M. King, lot 5, block 13, north
60 feet, Swan’s addition 11 01
Rosalia J. Van Epps, lot 1, block 21, north
60 feet, Swan’s addition 11 01
Rosalia J. Van Epps, lot 2, block 21, north
60feet,Swan’saddition 1101
T. H. Phipps, lot 3, block 21, north 60
1 feet,5wan’5additi0n..,................. 11 01
John G. Sparks. lot 4, block 21, north GO
feet,Swau,saddition 11 01
George N. Smith and Emma D. Winston,
lot 5, block 21, north 60 feet, Swan’s ad
, ditlon 11 01
1 Samuel Holmes, estate of lot 6, block 20,
‘ southfiO feet, Swan’s addition. ... 1. . 11 01
, Samuel Holmes, estate of lot 7, block 20,
‘. south 60 feet. Swan’s addition.... 1.. ... 11 01
Bell and Mary Burket, lot 8, block :3,
3 south 60 feet, Swan’saddition. 11 01
Herbert L. Burket, lot 9, block 20, south
60 feet, Swan’s addition . 1101
Herbert L. Burket, lot 10, block 20, south
60 feet, Swan‘saddition. . . . .. 11 01
Francis Henry, lot 6, block 12, south 60
, feet, Swan’s additi0n................... 11 01
Francis Henry lot 'l, block 20, south 60
feet, Swan’s addition. . . . 11 01
Marshall Blinn, estate of lot 8, block 20,
south 60 feet, Swan’s addition. ... .. . 11 01
Marshall Blinn, estate of lot 9, block 20,
south 60 feet, Swan’s addition. ..... .. .. 11 01
Marshall Blinn, estate of lot 10, block 2:),
south 60 feet, Swan’s addition. ..... .. .. 11 01
John Byrne, lot 5, block 4, south 60 feet,
5wan’5additi0n........,................ 11 01
John Byrne, lot 6, block 4, south 60 feet,
5wan’5additi0n......................... 11 01
Charles W. Hatfield and Mary Cleveland
lot 7, block 4, south 60 feet, Swan‘s ad
dition 1101
George S. Deer, lot 8. block 4, south 60
fcct,Swau’s additi0n....,.............. 11 01
Total $30825
GEO. SAVIDGE,
11931: City Marshal.
Nmice of Strnet Assessment.
ITO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
, person or persons named herein: You and
each of you are hereby notified that the city of
, Olympia special assessment roll for the collec
l tion of the costs and expenses of grading Jefl'er
son street from Third street to Fifth street,
which assessment was duly confirmed by the
city council on the :1d day of November, 1891, is
in my hands for collection and that the same
will become delinquent on and after the 14th
day of December, 1891.
The names oi' the owners or reputed owners
and description of the property and amount of
assessments, are as follows:
PameliaC. Hale. lot 1, block 53, 01ym
pia,we5tG0feet................,,.....$ 177 75
Pamelia C. Hale, lot 8, block 53, Olym
piu,west6o feet 17'} 75
Mary A. Chambers, lot 1, block 54,
Olympia, westGO feet 14812
Mary A. Chambers, lot 8, block 51,
Olympia,wcst6o ieet 177 75
George S. Allen, lot 4, block 43, 01ym
pia,ea5t60feet....,,,....,...........i 177 75
John Byrue,lot 5, block 43, Olympia,
east6oi’eet 177 75
George A. Barnes, block 44, Olympia,
esstfiofeet 370 30
T0ta1........i.... $ 1,407 17
0750. SAVIDGE,
nil-3t City Marshal.
Notice of Street Assessment.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
person or persons herein named: You and
each of you are hereby notified that the city of
Olympia special assessment roll for the
co lection of the costs and expenses of grading
and planking 1 hird street from Main street to
Columbia street, which assessment was duly
confirmed by the city council on the 4th day of
November, 1891, is in my hands for collection,
and that the same will become delinquent
on and after the 14th day of December, 1891.
The names of the owners or reputed owners,
and description of the property, and amount of
each assessments are as ollows, to-wlt:
Mable Tilton, lot "I,’block 3. south 60 -
feet, 01ympia...... ............$ 177 70
Mable Ti ton, lot 8, block 3, south (30
feet,olympia....... 17770
W. H. Clark, lot 1, block 4, north (50
feet, 01ympia.........,.. 177 70
Harry Prescott, west half lot 2, bloek4,
n0rthfi0feet,01ympia,.........i..... 8885
Harry Prescott, nort) 56 feet of east
half of lot 2, block 4, north 60 feet,
01ympia...................i........... 8293
S. C. Woodrufl', south 4 feet of east half
of lot 2, block 4, north 60 feet, Olym
pm 592
T0ta1........,..........,.... ........$ 710 80
GEO. SAVIDGE,
119~3t City Marshal.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
person or persons herein named: You and
each of you are hereby notified that the city of
Olympia sgeeial assessment roll for the col ec
tion of t 9 costs and expenses oi grading
Fifth street from Columbia to Main street to
which assessment was duly confirmed
by the city council on the 3d clay of No«
vember, 1891, is in my hands for collection, and
that the same will become delinquent on and
after the 14th day of December, 1891.
The names of the owners or reputed owners,
and description of the property, and amount of
assessments are as follows:
James R. Wood, lot 8, block 5, Olympia, .$ 66 35
Angels. Stevens, lot 7. block 5, Olympia. 66 35
Joseph M. Lammon, lot 1, block 6, Olym
pia, 66 35
Olympia Lodge No. 1, I. 0. 0. F, 101: 2,
blockfi, 01ympia...”.................,. 66 3")
Totals 265 40
GEO. HAVIDGE,
n7-3t City Marshal.
NUHCB of Street Assessment.
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
person or persons named herein: You and
each of you are hereby notified that the city of
Olympia special assessment roll {or the collec
tion of the costs and expenses of grading Frank
lin street from Third street to Second street,
which assessment was duly confirmed by the
city council on the 3d day of November, 1891, is
in my hands for collection, and that the same
will become delinquent on and after the 14th
day of December. 1891.
The names of the owners or reputed owners ‘
and description of‘the property and amount of ‘
assessments, are as follows: ‘
J.‘W. Rankin, lot 4, block 22, Olympia. . ,5 111 70
Bertha Dobrin, lot 5, block 4. Olympia. . . 111 70
E. L. Sawyer and E. W. Andrews, lot 1,
b10ck32,01ympia..............,... 111 70
E. J. Estep, lot 8, block 32, Olympia. . . 111 70
T0ta1......................... ........$ 446 80
GEO. SAVIDGE,
City Marshal.
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NDIIGB of Street Assessment.
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
person or persons herein named: You and
each of you are hereby notified that the cit of
Olympia special assessment roll for the colYee- ‘
tion of the costs and expenses of grading Fifth
street from Jefferson street to Adams street,
which assessment was duly confirmed by the
city council on the 3d day of November, 1891,
is in my hands for collection, and that the same
will become delinquent on and after the 14th
day of December, 1891.
The names of the owners or reputed owners
‘ and description of the property and amount of
; assessments are as follows: . .
Louisa B. Nosohka, lot 1, block 45, Olym
pia,north6o feet. t 117 92
Louisa B. Nosch ka, lot 2, block 45, 01ym
pia,n0rt1ie0feet...“._................. 117 92
G. Noschka, lot 3, block 45, Olympia,
northfiofeet . 117 92
G. Nosehka, lot 4, block 45, Olympia,
northGOfcet. 117 92
George A. Barnes, block 44, Olympia,
sonthGOfeet 491 32
T0ta1.... 5 96300
GEO. SAVIDGE,
n9-3t City Marshal,
M
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'«eiégé' 4- the leading remedy for
33%; Cures in Gallon-boon dz 1: eat.
.gjfi 1 rosnAYS. The only sate remedy for
Ad? $333333 Lenconhoea oerhites.
1:3 __ > I prescribe it and feel
ma an] by sale in recommendingit
d:
~ THEEVANBéHEWCILGO. to all surfer-em.
7* 4 oncmumm. A.J.STONER, M. D.,
' U. s. A. L- DECATUR. In.
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MARE &€ROSS Agents
OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9.71891.
Notice of Street Assessment.
T 0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
person or persons named herein: You and
each of you are hereby notified that the city
of Olympia special assessment roll for the
collection of the costs and expenses of gravel
ling north half of Eleventh street from Colum
bia street to Main street, which assessment was
duly confirmed by city council on the 3d day of
November, 1891, is in my hands for collection,
and that the same will become delinquent on
and after the 14th day of December, 1891.
The names of the owners or reputed owners
and description of the property and amount of
assessments are as follows:
Julia E. Blinn and Ida M. Bryant, block
81, south 60 feet, Olympia. ......$ 82 00
Total; 82 00.
GEO. SAVIDGE, 1
119-3 t City Marshal. i
Notice for Sealed Proposals.
NOTICE is hereby filiven that sealed ‘bids will
. be received by t e city of Olympia, at the
oliice of the city clerk, until 7 :30 p to. Nov. 10,
1891, for the grading of Grant avenue from West
Fourth street; to a point 250 feet north of West
Fourth street; Midway avenue from Grant ave
nue to Farragut avenue, and Farragut avenue
from Midway avenue to Harrison avenue, ac
cording to plans and specifications on file in
the office of the city engineer.
Excavation:—
Grant avenue. . .. .. . . .. .. 926 cubic yards
Midway avenue, . .. . . .. . .1353 cubic yards
Farragut avenue, . . . . . . ..4860 cubic yards
Total... 9139 cubicyards
Embankment— '
, Grant avenue. . . . . . . . . . .11055 cubic yards
‘ Midway avenue. .... .. .. 801 cubic yards
i Total embankment. . .11856 cubic yards
‘ A good and sufficient bond will be required
of the successful bidder, equal to the total
amount of the bid. ‘
All bids must be made on printed forms fur—
nished by the city clerk and accompanied by a
Efirthfi‘ld check for 5 per cent of the amount of
0 l( .
_ln the awarding oi the contract, the resolu
tion of the city council relative to the employ
ment of home labor in the execution of the work
will be strictly enforced.
A. L. CALLOW,
. City Clerk.
Olympia, Nov. 7, 1891. 21:
Ordmance No. 563.
An ordinance providing for election notices
to be given for the general municipal
election to be held on the first Tuesday
after the first Monday in December in
each year.
The City Council of the city of Olympia do or
dain as follows:
Section 1. Pursuant to the provisions of sec
tion 3, of chapter 5, article 2, laws of 1839 and
1893, under which the city of Olympia is orga
nized; there will bea general municipal elec
tion, held in the city ofOlympia, on the first
Tuesday, after the first Monday, in December,
in each year for the purpose of electing city
oiliccrs for the ensuing year.
See. 2. That notice of such election, the oiiiees
to be filled, and of all matters to be submitted
to the qualified electors, shall be given by the
city clerk, together with the names of the in
spectors and judges of election apgointed by the
council to act as such, by publis ing such no
tice in at least two of the newspapers published
within the city of Olympia, at least ten days,
previous to the day of election and by posting
up notices thereof in two of the most public
places in each of the wards in said city.
See. 3. This ordinance shall take cifect and
be in force from and after its publication.
Approved Nov. 5, 1891.
J. C. HORR.
Mayor.
Attest: A. L. CALLOW,
City Clerk.
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ADDITION-
This property is less than three quarters
of a mile from thezcorner 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 additionDsoon.
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Notarv Public.
Comer Fourth and Jeffersnn street, apposite‘the Opera House
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
. OF OLYMPIA
CAPITAL - - - SIOO,OOO
SURPLUS - - - $20,000.
A. A. PHILLIPS, JOHN F. GOWEY,
L. W. osmlfiggggf' H HENRS‘lfgfn-Ifigfifmnm.
CASHIEEQ DIRECTORS : Ass'r. CASHIER.
A. H. STEELE, T. M. REED. W. M. LADD, A. H. (humans
A. A. Pmnmys, :1 OH}! F. GOWEE,I GEo. D. SHANNON.
A General Banklng Busmess Transacted
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTIONS.
C 'tl Nt' 1 B k ‘
21131 a 21 101121 an ,
* OF“ OLYMPIA.
Capltal - - - SIOO,OOO
F. M. WADE, PRES. N. H. OWINGS,‘ V. PnEs.
C.J. LORI) CASHIER;
Directors.
John S. Baker, Louie Bettman, Robert Frost, N. H. Owing
S. C. Woodrufl', V F. M. Wade, 0. J. Lord.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Telegraphic transfers made on
all:princlpal cities. ’ ‘ .
Collections 61 Specialty.
State Bank of Olvmma.
CAPITAL, SIOO,OOO.
Transaots a General Banking business. State
Warrants Bought. .
SAVINGS 13m RECEIVED .
In sum of $1 and upwards
AND' INTEREST E’ALIAOWED THEREON
PASSENGER AND TRANSFER ‘STABLE
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connection. Horses fed or boarded by the day or month. Forwarding, moving pianos, mics and
furniture with care and promptness. Charges reasonable. Sixth and Columbia streets.
Telephone No.
DRE W RY AND SON. Pronmetors.
F. 8.. BROWN, C. S. EATON, :H. V. OGDEN,
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Estimates furnished on mill work of all kinds.
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