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(' )LYMPIA TR] BU NE
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PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
OFFICE: 509 and .511 Main street.
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ter that hour will be changed the following day.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
DAILY.
Oneyear, bymai1........................... $7 00
Sixmouths. bymai1........................ 3 50
Threemonths, by mail 2 00
Delivered by carrier, per week ....... ... .. 25
Delivered by carrier, per month... .... .. .. 1 00
Single c0pie5............4................... 5‘
WEEKLY. '
Oueyear, bymai1........................... 1 50
Sixmonths,by mail 100
Tlireemonths,by mai1......... 50
Invariably in advance.
Address:
THE TRIBUNE,
Olympia, Wash.
J. MILLSPAUGH, Business Manager.
.‘ .
Capital of State of Washington.
Population 8500.
HIGH water everywhere, and stories of
great damage coming in.
SENATOR VAN HOUGHTON says he thinks
an extra session of the legislature is neces
sary and that manj legislators, particu
larly east of the mountains, who have
heretofore opposed it, are now in favor of
holding one. He thinks all the necessary
business could be transacted in twenty
days. Heretofore he has not favored it.
SECRETARY WEIR, as insurance commis
sioner is making it warm for wild cat in
surance companies in this state. Here is a
conundrum: What is the difference be
tween 3. gang of thieves in a. back room put
ting up a job to crack a bank safe, and a
crowd of “capitalists" organizing an in
surance company and taking about a half
amillion dollars risks, on less than ten
thousand dollars available assets? Re
ferred to the late West Coast company
of Tacoma. Awifl i
THERE is a good deal of food for thought
in the following from the Spokane Review.
Boss McGraw and his man Wasson ought
to cut it out and place it in their hat band:
The election has taught another lesson
which the republicans of this state can dis—
regard only at their peril: Northern voters
are daily becoming more independent. Ev—
ery year the list of doubtful states is in
creasing. and the day of large and alto
gether impervious majorities is passing
away. The character of the people of
Washington indicates that these infllb
ences will make themselves felt here. and
that the time will come when a. nomina~
tion upon the republican ticket will not be
tantamount to an election.
STATE Senator Parkinson has ended his
official relations with the state of Wash
ington, by handing in his resignation to
the governor, He will probably remain at
Ballston, Spa, Saratoga county, New York,
where he resided before he came upon us
like a. meteor and flopped into the senate
from Whatcom county, after being in the
state less thana year. The state senator
was dissected pretty thoroughly at the
Olympia hotel by the Champagne jury
which sat on his body in Squire’s head
quarters on the night of the senatorial
election, a short hand account of the
proceedings of which are extant. Senator
Parkinson was a very earnest man, but
not so plain spoken as some of his critics
were on that eventful night.
——.—.——_—
FROM all accounts Stevens county more
than any county east of the Cascades
stands in need of township surveys. Since
the Spokane Falls and Northern railroad
tapped the Columbia valley, settlers have
been crowding'into th‘e Cluxton, Beale and
Deep Creek sect‘nns. o surveys have
thbeen made in t ”'tii’m'” 7 "us. nor in!
the‘t‘su‘ey of the: , . ww‘nto which
the influx of ex I «W “(L farmers
is certain to 110 n ”my? {:Wi he county
’ ’Sfimmviétsfiv at . . .
has had no survrwmgmwrW it is said,
and portions of "5‘3"“ l? ”‘f‘ hf“, '5 do were de
u -ctiv xe citize _.; _ = .antem nlating
s:}? iamz-u“ nmfi‘ . 0 ti "'; ect to‘
~‘-. ich they have been subjected in this
matter, and General Cavanaugh might
do worse than to anticipate their appeal,
which is likely to issue in an emphaticl
manner, by helping them out without so-;
licitation. ‘
LABOR AND DENIOCRAOY.
Chairman Brice. of the democratic na
tional committee, will probably resign be
fore the democratic party enters upon the
next national campaign. He is interested
largely in the mines at Briceville, Tenn.,
and has had a profitable thing in the lease
of convict labor at the mines, which means
starvation to free labor. This is the cause
ofthe reign of terror at the mines in Tennes
see. Some weeks ago the legislature was
called together to do something for free
labor and regulate the odious contract sys
tem. Nothing was done, no relief was af—
forded and now their are hundreds of con—
victs loose in the state. In the meantime
the democratic party in the state of Ten
nessee and elsewhere poses as the friend of
labor. \Vhere that party is the strongest—in
the South—labor is more degraded than
anywhere else inthe country, lower wages
are paid to the toilet, and the freeman has
to compete with convict labor.
IMPORTANT, I F TRUE.
Perhaps the greatest hen farmer in the
new state of Washington is Jerome VVa—
termelon Reclington, of Puyallnp the
gifted editor of Commerce, who for many
years was engaged in raising Cochin
China Canons at Heppner, Oregon and
Walla Walla. Previous to this he was
chasing the Bannock Indians along with
Capt. John DyGeoghegan, of Vancouver.
He tells some fiercer tales than 001. J. C.
Haines can relate concerning the dearth of
canned goods in the tented field and Capt.
Geoghegan :knowsj his worth so well that
if he is ever elected governor he will either
appoint Old Watermelon adjutant—Gener—
al orput him at the head of the agricul—
tural college. In Reclington’s last paper‘
on chicken raising—an admirable docu
ment, he notes the fact that“three of Robt.
Swart’s xtra-fine Plymouth Rox laid an
egg last Tuesday, and the rest of
the band have been in a state of great
xcitement ever since.” He says well they
may, for such a. thing‘has not happened
before for three months, and may not
again. The following instructions are then
given for egg raising, which We reproduce
for the benefit of our farmer constituency:
Feed your laying hens, if you have any,
on clam shells, raceboat shells, baked beans,
gridstones, etc. If the latter luxury is fed
while rotating, it will give a beautiful
shape to the eggs, when there are any.
Turn the hens loose on the plum trees and
let them havea dive at the hop lice,if
there are any. Nothing so tempts the ap
petite of laying hens these damp morn
ings like havingaboquet ofchoice Chrysan-
theums standing in a. vase alongside of
their mushbowls. The blossoms must be
of varigated colors. and changed daily.
If rough spots xist on your‘ laymg hens.l
if you have any, caused by feathers falling
out, sandpaper the spots at once. Other
wise bald hairs will grow in there. Before
Christmas put :5. few grasshoppers in stout
bottles and lay them in convenient cor
-Inets of the chickery. They will remind
laying hens, if you have any, of the good
times coming next year.
Pfizciflrci County Wreckers.
South Bend Journal: The utter deprav
ity and cupidity displayed by some on the
ocean beach at the time of the fearful wreck
last Tuesday is even almost; beyond belief.
To ruthlessly rob the dead amid the cries
of drowning men, or breaking open and
ritling trunks while possibly their owners
were begging for help at the time, shows
that human nature does not greatly change
with time, and that only the strong arm of
the law prevents some of our fellow crea- ‘
tnres from displaying the depraved and 1
brutal instincts which brought Captain ‘
Kidd and his ruflianly companions to the
Tyburn gallows long ago. Let us hope that
the perpetrators of the outrages referred to
were not American citizens and that, if
known, some means will speedily be found
to punish them. It is not the first instance
of the kind on our coast. Similar scenes
were enacted when the Grace Roberts was
wrecked, and it is a standing disgrace to
our county and our humanity, which is
hardly tempered even by the bravery of
the men who repeatedly breasted the angry
surfand nobly risked their own lives to
save others. ‘
Southern Slfetch of McKinley.
Augusta (Ga.) chronicle: There can be
no objection to William McKinley as a
man. He is an honest and admirable lead
er. His personal qualities have made him
noted, and won admiration from both
sides. He is 57 years old and entered the
army as a private. He was brevetted ma
jor in 1865. He was at one time proseeut
mg attorney of Stark ‘county. Mr. Mc-
Kinley was elected to the Forty-fifth,
Forty-sixth and Forty-seventh congresses
and was unseated in the Forty-eighth con
gress aftera contest. He was elected to
the Forty-ninth, Fiftieth and Fifty-first
congresses. He was gerrymandered out of
his place in the election last year, and this
fact Won him the nomination for governor
and had something to do with his recent
election. He takes his seat as governor
next January.
Jerry Simpson’s Pants.
Chicago Inter-Ocean: The Hon. Jerry
Simpson, according to a published report,
ofoue of his Ohio speeches, advised his
hearers that “hurrahing for Sherman Will
not put a pair of pants on your back.”
Jerry had evidently been indulging in
something stronger than ”the chamimgne”
he imbibed at Cleveland, and was s ightly‘
confused regarding the place 'where he
wore his pants. Jerry went to Ohio with
the avowed purpose to annihilate John
Sherman.
‘German
Syrup”
ForThroat_gncT_Luggs
N I have been iffm
Hemorrhage “‘about‘ fiy'e_ ye_ars,
_ “have had th'e besi:
F‘we Years. ffmeflgcal ‘ agvife,
“ and I took the first
“ dose in some doubt. This result
“ ed in a few hours easy sleep. There
‘ ‘ was no further hemorrhage till next
“ day, when I had a slight attack
“which stopped almost immediate.
“Iy. By the third day all trace of
“ blood had disappeared and ‘I had
“recovered much strength. The
“fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
“my dinner, the first solid food for
“ two. .mOnths. Since that timed
“have gradually gottenwbetter and
“ a’m’EW able to move @1333? the
“hous 7a,: My death Was ar y ex.
“pect and my recov has been
“ a greatesurpri‘se to ‘ ‘ friends and
“ thefidoctor.“ There can be no doubt
_ "5 553% the effect of German Syrup,
“as I had an attack just previous to
”its use. The only relief was after
“ the first dose.” J. R. LOUGHHENJ,
Adelaide, Australia. ®
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become identified with the resources and
development of that country. This man AGO
is no other than Mr. John Stewart, one of the
wealthiest and most influential citizens in the
county. In a recent letter he says : “ I had. been
1 suffering from pains in my back and general kid
‘ ney complaint for some time, and had used many
remedies without any but temporary relief. The
pains in my back had become so severe thatl was
prevented from attending to my work and could
not move about without the use of a cane. Hear
ing, through a friend, of the wonderful gures ef~
fected by Oregon Kidney Tea, I was inducedto try
a box, and from that very first dose I found instant
relief, and before using half the contents of the
box the pains in my back entirely- disappeared.
I have every faith in the virtnes of the Oregon
Kidney Tea, and can conscientiously recommend
it to my friends. I would not be without it for
anything." ~
Oregon Kidney Tea cures backache, inconti
nence of urine, brick dust sediment, burning or
painful sensation while urinating, and all affec
tions of the kidney or urinaryorgans of eithersex.
Notice of Sire er 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
tions of the costs and expenses of gradiniAdams
street from Thirteenth street to Fifteent street,
which assessment was dulty confirmed by the
city council on the 3d day 0 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 name of the owner or reputed owners and
description of the yroperty and amount of
assessments are as fo lows:
Estate of Joseph M. Scott, lot 4, block 99,
east 69 feet \ ‘iliiums first addition. . . ...$ 204 11
G. G. Turner, lot 4. block 11, east 60 feet
P. D. M00re’55dditi0n.............. 188 423
Jets. and Mary E. Levee, lot 7. block 6,
east 60 feet P. D. Moore’s addition. ... L. 94 21
Jns. and Mary E. Levee, lot 6. block 6,
east 60 feet P. D., Moore’s addition. .. 94 21
Charles H. Springer, lot 3. block 6, east
60 feet P. 1). Moore’s sddition.....,r... 94 21
1 Charles H. Springer, lot 2, block 6, east
1 60 feet P. D. Moore’s addition. ... . . 94 21
William and Bridget Lemon, lot 1, block
5, west 60 feet P. D. Moore’s addition“ 94 21
William and Bridget Lemon, lot 2, block
5, west 60 feet P. D. Moore’s addition. .. 94 21
William and Bridget Lemon, lot 3, block
5, west 60 feet P. D. Moore’s additions .. 94 21
William and Bridget Lemon, lot 4, block
5, west 60 feet P. D. Moore’s addition. 94 21
Annie Bell West. lot 1, block 12, west 60
feet P. D. Moore’s addition. .... .. . .. 188 42
Gertrude M. Matson, lot 1, block 98, west
60 feet, P. D. Moore‘s addition. ..... .. .. 204 11
T0ta1................................51538 74
GEO. SAVIDGE,
City Marshal.
~m
Crty Treasurer Warrant Ball,
Notice is hereby given that all outstanding
warrants of the city of Olympia as follows, will
be paid on presentation, on and after the date of
this notice, after which time no interest will be
allowed: From and il‘cluding NO. 737 to. and
including No. 1016 on the general fund issued
during 1890. On the street fund up to and in~
eluding No. 990 issued during the year 1891. On
the sewer- fund up to and including warrant No.
1919 issued 1891.
J OS. CHILBERG,
119% City Treasurer.
bLYiviPiA. ‘WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1891.
I ‘
Ihe Thurston County Land CO.
—-—DEALERS IN—————J~
Rem E STHT E.
Rooms 13 and 'l4, Woodruff Block, Olympia.
...—Wm.
ALFRED THOMPSON, President. EDGAR M. MUMFORD, Secretary.
OLYMPIA
ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE CO.
The Most Complete Set of Abstracts in the County. Posted to Date
Every Day. (Incorporated)
Real Estate Mortgage Loans made.
In Reed Block. Olympia. . . M. E. MUMFORD, Manager.
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“Cast Trials sowell adapted!» children that;
I recommend it as superiorrto any prescription
known tome." H. A. Amman, M. D.,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
“ The use of 'Castoria.’ is so universal and
ms merits so well known that it; seems a work
of surererofgat-ion to endorse it. Few are the
lutell gent. amilies who do not keep Cast/aria
within easy reach."
CARLOS MAW. D. D.,
. New York City.
Late Pastor Bloomlngdale Reformed Church.
Notice of Street Assessment.
, T 0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
person or persons herein named: You and
5 each oi you are hereby notified that the City of
l Olympia special assessment roll for the eolee
. tion of t e costs and expenses of grading
Fifth street from Columbia to Main street to
which assessment w'as duly confirmed
by the city council on the 3d day 'ot 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. .55 €36 35
Angela Stevens, lot 7. block 5, Olympia. 66 35
Joseph M. Lamrnon, lot 1, block 6, Olym- _
‘pia, 66 30
Olympia Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F, lot 2,
block 6, 01ympia..,.......__............ 66 36
T0ta1................... $ 265 40
l ' GEO. RAVIDGE,
117-3 t City Marshal.
, Notes of Street ,Assessment.
0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
- T 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 gradinglrrank
' lin street from Third street to Second street,
; which assessment was duly confirmed by the
, city council on the 3d day 0 November, 1891, is
» in my hands for collection, and that the same
. will become delinquent on and after the 14th
. day of December. 1891.
I The names of the owners or reputed owners
andflescription of the property and amount of
' assessments, are as follows:
: J. W. Rankin, lot 4, block 22, Olympia. ..$ 111 70
_ Bertha Dobrin, lot 5, block 4. Olympia. 1. 111 70
. E. L. Sawyer and E. W. Andrews, 0t 1,
- block3i, 01ympia................... 111 70‘
. E. J. Estep, lot 8, block 32, Olympia. 111 701‘
Total ..........$_4468
' E‘GEO. SAVIDGE.
; , . ‘4 City Marshal.
. Notrce 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 col ec
tion of the costs and expenses of grading Fifth
’ street from Jelferson street to Adams street,
which assessment was duly confirmed by the
city council on the 3d day of November, 1891,
t is in my hands for collection, and that the same
_ will become delinquent on and alter the nth
day of December, 1891. r
The names of the owners or reputed owners;
and description of the property and amount of
assessments are as follows:
Louisa B. Noschka, lot 1, block 45, Olym
pia, north 60 feet. .....5 117 92
Louisa B. Noschka, lot 2, block 45, 01ym
pia,n0rth60feet....................... 117 92
G. Nosehka, lot 3, block 45, Olympia, t
northcofeet 117 92
G. Noschka, lot 4, block 45, Olympia, ‘
northllofeet. 117 92‘
‘ George A. Barnes, block 41, Olympia,
southeofeet 491 32
. Total $ 963 00
. GEO. SAVIDGE,
n9-3t City Marshal,
Nutrce 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 for the col ec
non of the costs and expenses of graveling
Washington street from Third street to Fourth
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 descriptionfoi the property and amount of
assessments are as follows:
S. and E. Barker, estate of lot 4 block 13,
eastfiofeet 01ympia.................... $ 69 39
Thos. Prather, north 60 feet of lot 5, block
13, east 60 feet 01ympia................ 34 69
Thos. Prather, east 50 feet of south half
of lot 5, block 13, east 60 feet Olympia. . 28 91
N. H. Owinis, west 10 feet of south half
lot 5, bloc 13, east 60 feet Olympia,. ... 578
M. G. Warbass, estate of lot 1, block 23,
we5t80feet01ympia.................... 69 39
Alice Houghton and % lot 8, block 23,]
west6ofeetof 01ym1a........ .|
A. M. Williams, and 34101: 8, block 23, t 69 39
west 60 feetoi 01ympia....1..........
Jos. W. Robinson, and M lot 8, block 23,]
westfiofeet 0f01ympia............,..
T0t51....................,........1.. $277 55
- GEO. SAVIDGE.
City Marshal.
W
Notlee st Street Assessment.
T 0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
person or persons named herein: You and
each of you are hereby notified, that the city of .
Olympia special assessment roll for the collec
tion of the costs and expenses of grading Adams ;
street from Third street to Fourth street, which .
assessment was duly confirmed by the city
council on the 3d day of November, 1891, is in '
, my hands for collection, and that the same will -
become delinquent 011 and after the 14th day of ‘
December, 1891. .
The name of the owner or reputed owners and
.discription of the prnperty and amount of ]
assessment are as follows:
Louis Bettman, lot 4, block 33, east 60 ]
feet01ympia........................,...$ 252 72
Amelia Bettman, lot 5, block 33, east 60
feet01ywia......_.......,............. 252 72 4
Robert F. hitham, lot 1, block 43, west ‘
60 feet01ympia...................,..... 252 72
John Byrne, lots, block 43, west 60 feet ’-
Olympia 25272
T0ta1.................................51010 88
GEO. ASAVIDGE,
City Marshal. '
JOHN conxrsn, c. z. MASON, a. s. HAMLEN,
Pres-Gen. Man. Superind’t See-Tress.
THE PUGET SOUND PIPE COMPANY
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of Horton s ‘
-patent thin shell wood water pipe.
Banded to stand any de
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ppe n 9 mar e . ymp ,any
Washington. 1
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Sour Stomach, Diarrhaaa. Emctation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and. promotes div
tfiest;ion,_ _ , ' .
Wi outinqunous medicamon.
“ For several years I have recommended
gour ‘ Castoria, ‘ and shall always continue to
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res s.
EDWIN F. Pm“. M. D.,
“ The Winthrop," 125:}: Street and 7th Ave.,
New York City.
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t Nance of Street Assessment.
T 0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and to the
person or persons named herein: You and
1 each of you are hereby notified that the City of
, Olympia special assessment roll for the co lec
t tion of the costs and expenses of graveling
, Fourth street from Cherry street to Pear street,
;which assessment was duly confirmed by the
T city council on the 3d day of November, 1891, is
in my hands for collection, and that the same
1 will become delinquent on and after the 14th
1 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 $ 11 01
‘T. C. Van Epps, lot 2, block 5, north 60
‘ feet, Swan’s addition 11 01
T. C. Van Epps, lot 3,bloek 5, north 60 ,
t feet, Swan’s additi0n.................. 11 01
George A. Motman, lot 4, block 5, north
fiOfeet,Swan’saddition 11 01
Annie M. Anderson, lot 1. block 13, north
60feet, Swan’s addition 11 01
Annie M. Anderson lot 2, block 13, north
60feet,5wan’5edditi0n................ 11'01
Etta May Venen, iot 3, block 13, north
(30 feet, Swan‘s addition 11 01
Cynthia M. King, lot 4, block 13, north
(it) 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
60feet, Swan’s addition 11 01
Rosalie J. Van Epps, lot 2, block 21, north , .
60feet,_Swan’s addition 11 013
T. H. Phipps, lot 3, block 21, north 60 \
feet,5wan’5additi0n.................... 11 01 ‘
JohnG. Sparks. lot 4,hloek 21, north 60
feet, Swan,saddition '2........... 11 01
George N. Smith and Emma. D. Winston,
lot 5, block 21, north 60 feet, Swan’s ad- - ,
dition 1101
Samuel Holmes estate of lot 6, block 20,
south6o feet, éwan’s addition. . . 11 01
Samuel Holmes estate of lot 7, block 20,
south :- 5.. ..1. “W'nfii'ni'éb 1101
$31.: 1,1; 7:; 3. -. ... ' 00 t
it 53‘; * . v _ * -,-2 T, n...,.,....11 01
~ ,‘I; 1. ~ ' 20.‘ south .
Legt j, “a! ~ . We {lOl
iii.” , r -o“.”“ei Fretti'tttfl? J 5?“ E. ""w" k 20’ south 11 01
v , ,k‘ gr . wag-M“ ,‘ .1... tr’g‘. ....... ... . ..
«3 "7'": EM” ‘3, .4 we, 12, south 60
lost, .2; infil' at? 11 01
We mym , Mack 20, south 60 ‘
feet, Swan’s additi0n.,.......... .. 1101
Marshall Blinn, estate of lot 8, vblock 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 20,
south 60 feet, Swan’s addition. . . . 11 01
John Byrne, lot 5, block 4, south,6o feet,
5wan’5ndditi0n......................... 11 01
John Byrne, lot 6, block 4, south 60 feet,
Swan’s udditi0n......................... ll 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
feet, Swan’s additi0n................... 11 01
Total $30825
, GEO. SAVIDGE,
n93t City Marshal.
Nuticeof 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 collec
tion of the costs and expenses of grading J efl'er—
son street from Third street to Fifth 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 Lhe property and amount of
assessments, are as follows:
Pamelia C. Hale. lot 1, block $, Olym~
pia, we5tfi0ieet.i.................,...$ 177 75
Pamelia C. Hale, lot 8, block 53, 01ym
pia,we5tEDfeet..................r.... 17775
Mary A. Chambers, lot 1, block 54,
01ympia,we5t60teet..,.............. 14812
Mary A. Chambers, lot 8, block 54,
Olympia, westßD feet......i.......... 17775
George S. Allen, lot 4, block 43, 01ym
pia,ea5t60ieet.,.._...1...........1... 17775
John Byrne, lot 5, block 43, Olympia,
ea5t60feet............................ 17775
George A. Barnes, block 44, Olympia,
ea5tG0feetr,.......................... 37030
T0ta1.,....1....,. .....$ 1,407 17
DEC. SAVIDGE,
n9-3t City Marshal.
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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
collection 0 the costs and expenses of grading
and planking ’lhird street from Main street to
Columbia street, which assessment was duly
confirmed by the city council on the 4th dagv of
November, 1891, is in my hands for collect on,
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 follows, to-wit:
Mable Tiltou, lot 7, block 3. south 60
feet, 01y1npia...... $ 177 70
Mable Tilton, lot 8, block 3, south 60
feet,olympia....... 17770
W, H. Clark, lot 1, block 4, north 60
feet, 01ympia......,.......t... 177 70
Harry Prescott, West half lot 2, block 4,
n0rth60feet,01ympia................ 8885
Harry Prescott, north 56 feet of east
half of lot 2, block 4, north (30 feet,
01ympia............................... 8293
S. C. Woodruff, south 4 feet of east half
of lot 2, block 4, north 60 feet, Olym
pla 592
Total .........s 710 so
GEO. SAVIDGE,
n9—3t City Marshal.
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' Big G is acknowledged
,L‘ " ’ the leading retried; for
_, j Cures in Gonorrhea &G cot.
seems {he my sgw remegxg
,' eneorl- can or 1
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“-" we only by as e n recormnen
53 THEEVANBGHEMGALOO. to all sufferers.
" I cmmnnmm. ' A. J. STONER,.M, D.,
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'l'nde Ink PB on 81:00. .
MARR & ROSS Agents 1
FROM TERMINAL OR_ INTERIOR POINTS
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Northern Paclflc R R.
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It is the Dinin§ Car route. Itruns through
Vestibu ed Trains every day
in the year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
(N 0 CHANGE OF CARS.) I
Comlgaosed 01 Dining Cars, unsurpassed,
ullman Drawing Room Sleepers
of latest equipment.
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TOURISTS SLEEPING CARS.
Best that can be constructed and in which
accommodations are both FREE and
furnished to holders offirst and
second class tickets
and
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
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A continuous Line connection with Lines
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Pullman Sleeper reservations can be se
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IHROU6H TICKETb
To and from all points in America, Eng
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TICKET OFFICE OF THIS COMPANY.
Full information concerning rates, time
of trains, routes and other details furnished
on application to any agent, or
A. I). CHARLTON,
Assistant. General Passenger Agt.,
NO. 121 First St., cor. Washington,
Portland, Oregon
F. P. REYES, Agent.
Olympia. Wash
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RAIL W .A. 52'
SAVE $5.00 to SIO.OO. Arrangements have
now been completed between this company
and the B. B. & B. C. Ry. 00. whereby
passengers to and from Puget Sound ports
and ioxnts 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. 65 B.
G. Ry., which extends thence to New What
com. Wash.
The service between New Whatcom and
lower Euget Sound ports will be many, the
Canadian Pacific Navigation Company’s
steamer Premier and Eastern Oregon, mak
ing alternate trips.
Sails Nov. 22d from Vancouver, 13.0.
For full particulars call on or write D. E.
Brown, Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
E. E. Crego, Agent,
Cor. Main and sth sts.. Olympia.
TIME CARD FOR 'lß9l
Columbia River and Puget Sound Navigation
Company. Commenclng Tuesday. May
19th, passenger steamer
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. Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and
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McNeil 3 Island.
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‘ come.
1 Leave Olympiajdaily, except Monday. 7:30 a. m.
Arrive Tacoma. “ ” “ 9:30 a. m.
‘ Leave Tacoma “ “ “ 10:30 a. m.
Arrive Seattle “ “ 12:1!) 1). m.
RETURNING.
Leave Seattle daily, except Monday, 1:30p. m
Arrive Tacoma. “ L‘ ‘- 3:30 p. 11?
Leave Tacoma “ ,“ “ 4:00 p. m.
Arrive Olympia “ “ “ ’ 6:30 p. m.
LANDlNGS—Seattls_Yeslel-'s wharf; Tacoma, ‘
N. P. R. R. wharf; Olympia, Pr rcival’s Wharf. 1
Meals on board; only boat makingvround trip
Sunday; carries Northwestern and ens-Fargo
express and fast freight.
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Passenger Steamer
SEATTLE AND TACOMA :ROUTE.
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. 11].
Ar Tacoma. “ “ “ 12:00 m.
Lv Tacoma “ " “ 1:30 p. m.
Ar Seattle “ “ “ 3:30 p. m.
Lv Seattle “ “ “ 4:00 p. m.
At Tacoma ‘ “ “ 6:00 p. m.
LANDINGS—SeattIe, Yesler’s wharf; Tacoma;
N. P. R. R. wharf.
U. B. SCOTT, Prest
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Gutter Lumber
‘ 8 Delivered to any part of the $8
city at $8 per 1,000 feet.
5idewaik1umber........................$ 9
5urfaced.....4.....................”... 10
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G- .. 9 . ALLEN
THIRD AND JEFFERSON ST. .
E C. BICKFORD & CO.,
NEW AND SECOND HAND GOODS
Bought and sold for cash. See our prices be
fore buyirig. Corner Fourth and Columbia sts.,
Olympia, ash.
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