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FOR YOUNG MEN.
IMPORTANT MATTERS FOR, THEIR.
BENEFIT TONIGHT.
A Hall to be Secured- 'l‘lle Union
Services to Close To-night
» ‘ —'l‘lle Fleeting.
At the close of the union services at (Jol
umbia hall tonight there will be a fegular
business meeting of the Young Men’s
Christicn Association to take action upon
a number of very important matters. It
will really determine the future work and
existence ofthis religious organization in
Olympia. Definite action will be taken rel
ative to the renting of sultable rooms for
headquarters, where a fine reading room
carrbe established and where young ‘men
can spend their evenings pleasantly and
profitably. An announcement was made ‘
several days ago that rooms for the pur- .
poses of the association had been secured
near the business center of the city, in a
new brick building. These have been prac— .
tically discarded in favor of quarters al
most in the heart of the business center that
are considered much more desirable. They
front on Fourth street. The desirability of
renting and furnishing these rooms at
once Wlll be settled tonight. In connection
with thls suit of rooms there is a room just
beneath, on the first floor, that is admir
ably titted for gymnasium purposes. It is
in the rear, but is well lighted and easy of
access either from above by way of a back
stairway or from the side and rear through
convenient doorways. In the estimation of
leading members these rooms are “just the
thing,” but before steps‘are taken to place
them in shape the matter must be consid
ered officially by the association. It is the
desire of the association to put in a gym
nasium at the outset and throw the head
quarters open all complete. If it is found
that this cannot be done at the outset the
reading room, game and general reception
rooms will be opened and the gymnasium
later. At anv rate, the gymnasium and
bath room will be features of the institu
tion as soon as the directors can see
enough funds in sight to justify
them in assuring the necessary financial
obligation. Plans for more persistent
christian work will be discussed and de
cided upon tonight. Thereforeevery mem<
ber of the association shonld make an effort
to come out and take an active part in the
meeting: .. _ .
Last night there was quite a large atten
dance at the Union services in spite of the
divenity attractions all over the city. Rev.
C. L. Diven, aster of the Congregational
church, bandied the topic of the evening
in his usual analytical style, setting fourth
in convincing argument, the various reas
ons "Why our eflorts should be Concen—
trated upon young men.” He bound the
difi‘erent lines of argument into a compact
whole by saying that one young man had
more power over some other young many
than had a number ofolder persons. The
work and methods of the Young Men’s
Christian Association received hearty en
dorsement and timely encouragement from
Mr. Diven. .There was a marked increase
in the spirit of earnestness among the other
speakers who participated in the services.
Tonight Rev. ’l‘. J. Lamont, of the Pres
byterian church, will :open the subject:
“Personal Work Among Young Men.’
The hall will be ready by 7 o’clock.
Friends of the association are urged to come
early so the services can be closed in time
for the business meeting. Everybody in
vited; ladies as well as the young men, and
older men.
AFTER TWENTY YEARS.
A Chicago Broker Visits Olympia Alter
'a Long Absence.
I, I. Hackney, a broker residing in Chi
cage, spent last evening in the city. re
newing old friendships that he had formed
in Olympia -when last here, more than
twenty years ago.
“Olympia 0! today is not the Olympia of
twenty years ago,” he said, answering the
question whether he noticed any change in
the capital city since last' residing- here. i
“It has Wonderfully improved,” he con—
tinued, heaving a sigh that would seem to
imply that he regretted having left here
before the arrival of the real estate, boom.
"Then it had but a half thousand .inhabi
tants; now I aminformed its population
runs close to 10,000. » But few of
the men who I knew in those (kings now
reside in the city. General Mc enney,
George Shannon, Ross O’Brien and Gov
ernor Ferry are‘ the only men that 1 can
now call to mind. Governor Ferry was
then the surveyor general of the territory,
Governor Salomon was the chief executive,
Ross O’Brien, was a young man, the clerk
of Major Hayden, who was, if I remember
rightly, collector of internal revenue. I
frequently visited in those dalys the site of‘
the present city of Tacoma. t was then a
wilderness, dark and impenetrable. If I
am surprised at the growth and prosperity
of Olympia, what must be my sensations
when I gaze upon Tacoma? I believe
Olympia has a future, but one which must
be developed by her peopie. Itwill always
be to a great extent the center
of the best society of the state.
This should also apply to its becoming
in time a great educational center.
The building of the new state house
must naturally cause the founding
of a great public library. I hope to visit
the city again next spring when I shall
doubtless see even more to notice and com
mend in the way of street improvements,
street car lines and private and public
buildings.”
Mr. Hackney left early this morning for
his Illinois home, via. Porland and the
Union Pacific railroad.
METEOROLOGICAL rein-0111‘.
OLYMPIA, Wash, Nov. 11, 1891.
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Place of E SE 33 ”:3 85; State of
Observation. E: E HE. gr“. g 5. weather.
A ... =5 55‘» an H
m :S $2.45 .1 m ‘l‘ ~ ....
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01ympia...... 30.144 C W Light .08 Raining
Portland...... 30.14 44E 6 .06 Raining
Fortcmby... .(.. ...;u
‘Wulla. “35119... 30.3628'NE Light .00 Cloudy
Spokane’.=..... ..‘n
BakerCit‘yf...
Roseburg..... 30.10 543 6 I .04 Raining
Eureka. 30,14 50 SE Light[ .00 Cloudless
Red Bluff. 30.06 48 NW Light‘ .00 Cloud less
Sacramento... 30.06 SUN Light .Oorclondless
San Francisco 30.06 481 W Light[ .00 Cloudless
LOCAL REPORT. .
The maximum temperature today was
42 degrees and the minimum 36. Maximum
speed of wind, 6 miles per hour, from
west. Amount of rainfall, 30 inches
(for twenty—four hours ending at 3 p.m).
Amount of rainfall since July 1, 1891.
18.44 In_ches; average (for several years)
since July 1, 1891, 10.61 inches; excess
since July 1, 1891, 8.10 inches.r Pro
bability of clearing colder weather.
E. B. OLNEY, Observer.
DIED ON THE TRACK.
Dr. C. s. Smith Suddenly Expires
While Out Walking.
The body of Dr. G. S. Smith, who resided
‘on Ayer’s hill, was found on the Northern
Pacific railroad track last night near the
long trestle. He had been visiting a fam
ily named Churchill, at Tumwater, and
was on his way home when he fell. When
found, life was not yet extinct, but he ex- ,
pired shortly after, and the coroner was‘
notified. The remains were taken to the
undertaking establishment of Harned &
Bates.
But little is known of the deceased.
He was a bachelor. and came to Olympia
about two years ago ‘ from Austin, Texas,
for the benefit of his health. He had a
good bank adcount and owned consider
able property on the east Slde.
Dr. Smith was a familiar figure on the
street. He lived alone, and while sociable
enough, had but little to do with his
neighbors. For some time he has com
plained of pains in the breast.
His remains will probably be sent to
Texas.
New Home and Domestic sewing ma
chines at Talcott Bros. al-tf
()LYMPIAN BflIEFS- _ .
Store is vacant, ‘
Sign “To Let."
Former tenant
Had to get.
He, in sorrow,
Sits and sighs,
’Cause he di n’t
Advertise. '
The street commissiener has been in
structed to remove all lamp posts.
”The Olympia.” is the best 10 cent cigar.
It would brighten up the stores to remove
the wood and iron awnings.
Years or experience in the watch factor
ies has made us skillful in watch repair
ing. . Rose & Godard.
“A city with permanent wood and iron
awnings does not have a progressive ap
peamnce,” says one of the councilmen.
We have some great bargains in men’s
underwear in all grades.‘ It will pay to
them before buying. Brown & Ferris. ‘
Rev. C. L. Diven addressed the young ‘
men at the union services at Columbia. hall
last night. This evening Rev. ’l‘. J. La~
xnont will speak.
Go to F. W. Cromhy's, 618 Fourth street,
for accurate presciptions. oth
The Woman Workers of the Unitarian
church have decided to hold a. fair for the
sale of useful and fancy articles some time
during the first week in December, the
proceeds to be applied towards the pur
chase of an organ for the new church.
Bilger & Going are to give away a fine
cook stove. Call and see it. n3tf.
The Northern Pacific railroad will soon
complete arrangements to run through
trains to the city of Ocosta, which is within
One mile of the Pacific ocean, thus enabling
the People of Olympia, Tacoma and Seattle
to be within a few hours’ travel ofa city
seventy miles further west than any city
on the Pacific coast.
Save money by buying your meats and
vegetables at the People’s Market. Choice
butter, eggs, hams, bacon and lard con
stantly on hand. 0. F. Allen «3500., 622
Fourth street. 3tf
Go to F. W. Cromby‘s, 618 Fourth street
for the Reception cigar. They are very
choice. 06tf
Watches, diamonds and jewelry, clocks,
spectacles and silverware at Talcott ?rgs.
a -t
Trying to do business without advertis
ing is like winking at a, pretty girl in the
dark: you know what you are doing, but
she doesn’t.
Mrs. W. A. Covington, fashion-able dress
making. First-class work and [perfect fit
guaranteed. Work done on short notice.
Corner Sixth and Washington. nov7tf
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired at
Simenson’s. 315 Main street. al-tf
Tripe, sauerkraut, summer sausage, and
fine horse radish in bottles for tn. 1e use,
can be found at F. W. Tiukharn’s market,
cor. Main and Seventh street. n3—6t.
The steamer The Doctor leaves Ogrnpia
at 1 o’clock daily for Shelter) and alnil
chie and returns the day following, arriv
ing at Olympia at 12 o’clock noon. septhf
Don’t forget that the Duck brand rubber
and oil clothing is the best made. Every
garment warranted. Brown & Ferris.
J. Benson Starr, who will occupy the
north store of the new Chilberg building,
and Rose & Goddard, who will occupy the
south store, are now moving. These two
firms are making active preparations for
the Christmas hdlidays, and will be ready
for business tomorrow.
PERSONAL [TIES-
Col. Presser and family, left for Yakima,
yesterday.
George B. bcammell has been ill for
several days.
W. J. Parkinson, senator from Whatcom
has resigned.
County Assessor James Smith, was in
the city today.
W. J. Casebeer, the Franklin street con
tractor, is in the city.
C. H. Carpenter was on the street yester
day, after a long illness.
N 0 court was held today, owing to the
continued illness of Judge ’Robinson.
The county commissloue'ls were today
examining the schedule bids presented by
the several representatives of the metal
and furniture companies now in the city.
Alfred Martin, clerk to the Harbor Iline
comnussion, left for lowu sound points on
business today‘
J. W. Pratt, a well known newspaper
man of Seattle, connected with the Post
Intelligencer of that city, is at the Olym
pian. Mr. Pratt was admitted today to
practice before the supreme court of this
state. ‘
E. D. Cowen, formerly managing editor
of the Seattle Press-Times, and one of the
best newspaper men In the country, is in
the city. Mr. Cowen has been summering
in Stevens county, and reports the location
of some valuable mining claims in the
Onion creek district.
“lon-thy of a Trial.
If you are troubled with rheumatism or
a lame back, bind on over the seat of pain
a piece of flannel dampened with Chamber
lain’s Pain Balm. You will be surprised
at, the proth relief it affords. 50 cent bot
tles for sale yC. B. Mann, druggist. ft.
Wood and Bark. .
All kinds of dry wood and bark for sale
by the undersigned, sizes to order.
JOHN D. REAGH.
Office at Foster & Laberee’s. Tel. 3.
4%,
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All. “M
m ‘ VDEHH‘
Absolutely Pure.
Americafof tartar baking powder. High
est of all leavening strengtlx.—Latest U. S.
Government Food Report.
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[t Contains All thc News Both 1
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Forelgn and Domes‘uc. §
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One year. by man.......................... $7 00
Slx m'onths,'uy ma 11.................. ... 300
Films months, by 1111111..................... 200
Delivered by carrier. per week........ .... 25
Delivered by carrier. per m0nth.......... 100
Single c0pie5...............‘............... 5
OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1891.
TRAVELERS’ GUIDE
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Tacoma and Portland Passenger.
Leaves Portland...... 1045 a.m
Arrive from Portland via Gate City... .. 4:45 p.m
Leaves for Tacoma and Seattle. . . . .. . . . .4250 p.m
Leaves Tacoma for Olympia. ..... . . . , . .11 :10 p.m
Arrive from Tac0ma.....................12:‘05a.m
Leaves for Portland via Gate City.. .. .. 1 :00 a.m
Arrive at Portland. 700 a.m
MONTESANO PASSENGER.
Leave Tacoma. 8:10 a.m Lv Montesano..2:4s p.m
Lv Olympia... 9:32 am Lv 01ympia....4:50 p.m
Ar Montesano. 11:25a.m Ar Tacoma... . .6100 p.m
CHEHALIS PASSENGER.
Lv Chehalis. . . 7:00 a.m Lv Tacoma... . . .3255 p.m
Lv Olympia... 3:37 a.m Lv Olympia . . . .5:20 p.m
Ar Tacoma. . . .10100 a.m Ar Chehalis....7:oo p.m
Port Townsend Southern.
NUMBER. ONE
Leave........... ...01ympia......,.... 9:40 a.m
Arrive...............’1‘enin0.............10;30a.m
NUMBEn 'rwo.
Leave...............Tenin0............10:50am
Arrive...............01ympia............11z50 a.m
NUMBER THREE.
Leave................01ympia.......... 3:50p.m
Arrive... ...........Tenin0........... 4:50p.m
NUMBER FOUR.
Leave.......... .....Tenino 4:ospm
Arrive5.............01ympia...... 5:55pm
011 Sunday the morning train leaves at9z4o a.m.
and remains at Tenino until 4:05 ?.m.,arriviug 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- j
coma at 10:30 a.m., arrives in Seattle at 12:15. Re
turning, leaves Seattle at 1:30 p.m., leaves Ta»
coma at 4, arrives in Olympia at 6:30 p m.
Multnomah arrives from Tacoma at 10;30 a.m,
refiirning, leaves at 1 p.m. for Tacoma and Se
a e.
Clara Brown leaves Olympia Tuesday, Thurs
dav and Saturday at 9 a.m. ior Tacoma and Se
attle. Returning, leaves Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at 5:30 p.m.
For Shelton, the Willie leaves daily except
Sunday at 9m. a.m. Returning, arrives here at
p.m
Steamer J oseghine arrives from Shelton at 9
a.m daily an Sunday, and returns at 9:30.
Arrives again at 2p m. and leaves at 5. Joseph
ine connects with Bailey Gatzert to and from
Tacoma at Dofliemyer’s. Steamer Willie con—
nects with Multnomah in same manner.
For Kamilchie, Doctor leaves daily except
Sunday, at 9:30. Returning. arrives at 2 p.m.
ALL ABOUT THE MAILS.
MAIL DEPARTURES.
DAILY.
Grays Harbor and Coast points. . . . . . . . . .9:15 a.m
Tacoma(Pouch Direcg...... 8:00am
Turnwater, Teninoan all points south 9:lsam
Eastern states and all points east and
north 4:15p.m
All points south, also states east and
south 7:00p.1n
Pickering, weekly, Saturday. ...... .. . . 8:00 a.m
Kamilche and Shelton, daily except
5unday..............................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 Tenin0..,.............. s:sopm
Kamilche and Shelton, daily except
_ Sunday 12:30p.m
Pickering, week1y....................... 11:00 a.m
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TRIBUNE.
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THE PRICE IS GOING UP.
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The WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be great
ly improved and on January Ist, 1892, the
subscription price will he raised from $1.50
to
$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 EMIU M 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 11] ten new sub
scriptions, we will give a course of one term
in Stenography, or one term in the Gram
mar Course, at the Olympia Collegiate In
stitute.
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PREMI UM NO. 4.
To any person bringing in fifteen new
subscriptions. We will give one term in the
College Course,Normal Course, Commercial
Course, Musical, Elocution or Art, at the
Olympia Collegiate Institute.
PREMIUM NO. 5,
To any person bringing in twenty-five new
subscriptions, will be given two terms in
any one course, or one term in any 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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The WEEKLY TRIBUNE contains the
news of the week frorn all parts of the world,
It is brim full and boning overwith bright,
crisp items of interest to the house-wife,
the merchant, mechanic, farmer, laborer,
student and professional man.
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WE HAVE made a. thorough atudtiv of fitting
glasses by the moat improve methods,
and can safely guarantee a. satisfactory fit. Have
your eyes tested, and get our prices before go
mg elsewhere. Respectfully,
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ROSE 8c GODARD
Jewelers and Opticians.
o—oNf—o
improved Olympla Real Estate
In sums of SSOO and upwards. Inquire of the
Puget Sound Savings Bank, 2422 Pa
cific avenue. Tacoma, Wash.
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WANTED.
Y OUNG man to distribute circulars through- ‘
_ out Washington. $2.00 a day and expenses ,
paid. Send address on stamped envelope. Box 1
6, Itasca, Texas. nil-2t. ‘
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FOR RENT.
ROOMS ~gentlelnen. Corner of Main and
Eighth streets. Reference required. n3ti
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J eti’erson sts. , 329 d
FURNISHED apartments on,Adarns street, 1;
tween Sixth and Seventh st. Mrs. Follans
bee. a6tf
AN eight room house on Main street near
Eighteenth. Newly papered and plainted
and in t orough repair. Apply at this 0t 'ce.
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FOR SALE.
1 OLD papers at THE TRIBUNE 25 cents per
i hundred.
1 TO EXCHANGE.
RESIDENT property in Tacoma for same in
Olympia. Address this oifice. 019th
EDUCATIONAL.
PRIVATE lessons—Mr. L. F. Henderson. Ph.
8., will give private lessons to single
parties, or to classes, in botany, French litera
ture, Latin or 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.
DO YOU DESIRE TO BUILD A HOME 'I
If so, subscribe for stock in the Olympia
Building & Loan Association, an organiza‘
tion confined exclusively to Thurston Co.
Capital stock, $500,000; par value S2OO.
Monthly payments, sl.
Trustees—T. C. Van fipps, J. R. Chaplin, Jo
seph Chilberg, John cClennan, E. W. An
drews, C. J. Lord, Homer 0. Atwell, S. C. Wood
rnfl“ and A. W. Wisner.
Let us see what it will cost gun on the sup
position that your stock will e worth par )1
seven years:
With five shares of stock and on approved se
curity, you will be entitled to a loan of 51000.
Your monthly dues will be $5 and your monthly
interest will be SB, making a total monthly pay
ment of 513. 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 gaid
by you in seven years $1,242, from which de uct
th.» amount you received, SI,OOO, and we have
the total interest paid by you in seven years,
$242. You will see that t is is a trifle less than
3y per cent. per annum.
in) Building and Loan Association located
outside of our own city and pretending to do
business here can ofler the same secur ty and
benefits that our local Association can giveto
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 wi h the intention of makin§ loans, but
rather with the expectation that ho ders of stock
away from the home office 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
insientitled to one vote for every share owned by
In.
Our 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. Wrasse, Secretary,
303 Fourth street.
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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
GEO. S. ARMSTRONG, M. D., L. R. C. 8.,
(Edin. Otfice Chambers’ block, residence,
Olympia Hotel, Telephone no. 1.
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DR. M. L. ADAMS, oflice rooms E, Chambers
block. Residence, Third street, between
Tullis and Bethel street, Eastside. Otfice hours,
mm 12 and 2 to 5 p.m. ~
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DR. GEO. W. INGHAM~Oifice, Turner Block,
corner Fourth and Main streets.
DR. KINCAID, ofiice over Toklas & Kauf
man’s. Residence, cor Jefferson and 18th sts.
Olympia, Wash.
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‘ DR. J. F. WATT, office, rooms 4 and C Cham
‘ bers' block. Residence between F‘ranklin
‘ and Tenth street. Oflice hours. 10 to 12 a. m., 2
‘to 4 and 7toß p. 111. Telephone 62.
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3 C P. JENTO, M. D. C. M. Oflice, Chambers
. Block, Otiice hours, 10 to 12; 2 tos; 7to
9. Telephone No. 30.
,
, DENTISTS.
A B. WOODARD, dentist, Main street, Cham
. bers' block.
P H. CARLYON, D. D. 6., dental rooms cor
. ner Main and Fifth, opposite Odd Fellows’
block.
W.
A s. OLIVER. surgeon dentist. Teeth ex
. tracted without‘pain. Goldplates, crown
and bridge work a spec alty. Ofllce in Stuarts
corner ,corner Main and Sixth streets Olympia
Wash.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
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STEAMER “THE DOCTOR”
TOWING AND JOBBING
lPromptly attended to. Apply to H. M.
Pierce, agent, Horr’s dock. P. 0. box 234.
OLYMPIA - WASH.
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. sgecial assessment roll for the
collection of t ecosts and expenses of gravel
iing 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
j Totals 8200
1 - GEO. SAVIDGE,
i n9-3t City Marshal.
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NOIIGB 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 cal ec
tion of the costs and expenses of Irliganlring
Fourth street from Columbia street Water
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 name of the owners or reputed owners
and discription of the property and amounts of
assessments are as follows:
George H. White, lot 7, block 73, south 60
feet Ogmvgia...... $126 00
George . hite, lot 8, block 73, south 60
feet01ympia........................,... 126 00
Mary Stampfler, lot 1, block ‘74, south 60
feetOlympia.'........ 126 0)
I. 0. G. N. Tacoma Lad? No. 4, lot 2,
block 74, south 80 feet 0 ympiah .... . . . 126 00
T0ta1,u..u,...... $504 00
GEO. SAVIDGE.
City Marshal. .
F. W. TINKHAM ‘
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Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal.
——CHOICE—-
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER
AND EGGS.
V *o—
of all kinds. Choice Vegetables
in their Season.
Egpy’s Block, Main St., Con, 7th. Tel., No. 88
PROFEBS IONAL.
A P. FITCH
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 2 and 3, - - Turner Block.
OLYMPIA. WASH.
Wm. 8. Church ' Dav E. Baily.
.' Chas. E. Laughton.
BAIL Y, LAUGHTON & CHURCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 5 and 6 - - Talcott Block,
Main street, Olympia.
J. P. MOORE. GEO. A. ALLEN,
MOORE & ALLEN .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ‘
Rooms 5 and 6 - - Turner Block, ‘
Olympia, Wash. l
Practice before the Supreme Court a .
specialty. ‘
T. v. EDDY, M. J. GORDON- l
EDDY & GORDON ;
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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 ROOT. JOHN R MITCHELL
ROOT & MITCHELL
l ATTORNEYS AT LAW -
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Oflice rooms 2 and 3, Odd Fellows Temple,
OLYMPIA, WASHJ
HOMER C. ATWELL
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Turner Block, corner Main and Fourth st.
OLYMPIA, WASH.
J W. CRAWFORD
0
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 120 Fourth lt., Williams Block, Op
posite the McKenny Block. S‘pecial atten
ion given to criminal and ivorce pro
ceedings. Will also ractice before local
and general Land Ogces, and prosecute
pension and bountv claims.
J C. RATHBUN
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LAWYER AND JUSTICE OF PEACE.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Lands rendered and taxes field for non-res
idents. Conveyancing. ents collected.
South side Fourth st., between Main and
Columbia. Choice residence lots for sale.
FRANCIS HENRY
l
ATTORNEY AT LAW; _
Proprietor of Thurston county abstract,
the oldest in the state.
OLYMPIA - - - WASH.
E B. SIMMONS
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 14 and 15, - - Stuart Block.
OLYMPIA. WASH.
JOHN C KLEBER
LAWYER.
Turner Block, Cor. Fourth and Main St.
‘ , OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON. '
‘ 0 V. LINN
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1 Williams' Block, l
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OLYmrA - - - WASH.
DR. POWELL REEVES & Ufl.
The Most Suc
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PERMANENTLY LOCATED AT _
730 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash.
SIOOO REWARD
For any case he falls to cure coming under his
treatment by following his directions.
PRIVATE DISEASES OF MEN
a sgecisl study and practice for man? years,over
400 treated yearly. Recent caseso PRIVATE
DISEASES cured In a short time. ULCERS, TU
MERS, BLOTCHES on the face or body cured
without giving mercury or other poisons. 1d t
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Mlddle Aged and Old M 8" Bran 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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|Es,—This doctor has devoted twenty
ye‘Ergg special treatment of women. He thor
oughly understands your ailments. He will tell ‘
you exactly how you feel without askinga ques
tion. Call at once and see for yourself. A cure
guaranteed.
A ARR" hend,throat lung, heart, stomach,
c T .liverand kidney diseases instantly
relieved and permanently cured by latest New
York Hospital Methods.
RUPTURE—PIies, fistula, varicole, hydroceie
and all swellings and tenderness
quickly cured.
Bend 10 cents in stamps for Medical Guide.
Hours, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Direct all mail to 780
Pacific avenue. Tacoma. Wash.
Listen and Tremble.
We told you last week that we would give our Dress
Goods a rest for a while in the papers, but we are compelled
again to call your attention to this Department.
Take a look at our corner window this week and you will
easily see the reason why.
The prices marked on all of the goods displayed there,
will cause you to stop and investigate. You will wonder if it
is possible that those elegant pattern suits, which have been
selling at $15.00 should be marked at $6.00 now.
But the prices are marked plain; it is no mistake, but the
realf act.
You will no doubt wonder at such a great reduction, so
early in the season. and considering the patterns are all the
latest, choicest and most sought for. But we will tell you in
just 8 words, why we adopt such extreme measures: We
are Overstocked. NOW you know it, and can
‘profit by our advice. '
Although our Cloak Department has been doing an ele
gant business, we have still a large quantity of Garments left
especially in Newmarkets. I
Into these we have sunk the knife unmercilessly, and
cut prices right and left. You can buy any Cloak, formerly
sold under $15.00, for just even $5.00 now; and all Cloaks
which were above that amount sell at SIO.OO now.
No excuse now for doing without a new Coat. Prices
are lower now than they ever will be, so take advantage of
this cut and visit. i
Toklas&Kaafman
o———-—-—--——THE——.——————o
Has constantly on hand the Largest and most Complete Line
of Furniture, which he will sell at prices that defy ,
competition. The same discounts given to
small dealers as they get in Port
land and Tacoma.
Corner of Main and Third Street
We dye to wild live to dye. _T_he_lpore we dye the better we £373.
CAPITAL '
207 Main St., opposite Young‘s Hotel.
Ladies’ and Gents”
‘ Clothing Cleaned,
Dyed and Repaired,
Curtains and Ilanketa 0199.11. ed 01‘ Colored.
' ' I ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR NO CHARGE,
W. D, ROBERTSON; Prop.

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