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( )LYMPIA TRIBU Nit.
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OFFICE: 509 and 511 Main street.
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Advertising rates according to space or time:
Copy for changes of advertisements must be in
not later than 9 o’clock a. In. Those received af
ter that hour will be changed the lollowmg day.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
DAILY.
One year, bymail $7 00
Sixmonths, bymai1........................ 350
Threemonths, by mail 2 00
Delivered by carrier, per week. . . 25
Delivered by carrier, ,per month. ..... ... . . 1 00
Single c0p1e5.................. 5
WEEKLY.
Oneyear, bymai1........................... 150
Sixmonths, by mail 1 ()0
Threemonths,by mai1......... 50
~ Invariably in advance.
Address: /
THE TRIBUNE.
Olymp‘n, Wash.
J. MILLSPAUGH, Business Manager.
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OLYMP IA
Capital of State 0f Washington.
Population 8500.
_____*——
' IN STEVENS COUNTY.
It is gratifying to learn that Surveyor-
General Cavanaugh has taken up the sug
gestion of the TRIBUNE promptly and ear
nestly, and that he will facilitate the sur
vey of the settled but neglected townships
ofSteveus county. Mr. Edward D. Cowen,
who visited the surveyor—general yesterday
in the interest of the settlers, received his
assurance that every effort would be made
to secure some part of the residue of the
survey appropriation for the present year.
The general agreed that the facts set forth
by Mr. Cowen, respecting the condition of
the squatters, justifieda recommendation
that the county receive the immediate con
sideration of the department.
"It is not appreciated,” said Mr. Cowen
to a TRIBUNE representative—"this set
tlers’ movement in Stevens county. While
the major part of the county is a compar
atively unexplored mineral zone, its val
leys are among the most beautiful and at- 1
tractive from a scenic and sanitary pointw
of view and the richest of farm lands. The 1
defective surveys of the townships in the
Colville valley, reinstated some time ago
by General Cavanaugh, were of inestimable
value to that section, but aside from this
assistance to settlement, no action has
been taken officially or otherwise to en
courage new—comers with the assurance of
an early filing. On Beale (formerly Onion)
creek, on the north and south and main
forks of Deep creek; on Clugston and Mile
creeks and around Mud lake during the
last year ranch on ranch has been located.
These hardy pioneers, seeing that the
county could not afford to open roads, have,
with the generous assistance of the mer
chants and citizens of Colville, hewn their
way through the forests and over the
mountains. As a class they are poor but
trained young farmers but recently mar—
ried, and they are accompanied in their
struggles in the wilderness by their wives.
It is only fair that some extra effort should
be made to enable these determined men
to secure early titles to property which is
intended to be their permanent homes.
There is no trifling or speculation in their
endeavors. General Cavanaugh realizes
their situation and will do his utmost to
place the new settlements beyond the
possibilities of squatters antagonisms and
disputes.”
"You say the valleys you have mention
ed are picturesque.”
"Remarkably so. They are from a quar
terlive miles in width and extend thirty
" 31nd forty miles. Ancient beaver dams,
many of them still peopled by vagrant
families of that industrious animal, are
discovered along the streams, and rich
meadows, dotted with lakes or pure water
here and there, burst upon the view every
few miles. It is in these meadows most of
the settlementssre made at either side of
the watercourses rise mountains, fashion
ed in all the varieties of conformation com
mon to mineral bearing lime, and clothed
on their north and west sides With forests
of fir, tamrack balsam and various qual
ities of pme. ,Wherevcr a spring bursts
forth high up on the mountain side to sink
and seek its way to the valley channel by
some subterreanean avenue, there you will
see tracts of cedar ;equaling in size
the middle class cedar of the Sound. On
the south and east sides of these ranges
great stretches of bunch grass country
studded with islands of trees. No better
cattle ranges can be found in the state.
“As to the sanitary attractions, no purer
water, no more salubrious atmosphere, no
sunnier skies can be found in the Rocky
mountains. The elevations range from
1,200 to 4,000 feet above sea. level. Actual
winter is of two months duration only,
and the Indian summer is regular. The
mountains preserve the valleys against de
vastating storms and the rigors of thejbliz
zard.”
"But how about markets in that far
away place ?"
“The markets are at home, for that mat
ter, though Colonel Corbin, of the Spokane
Falls & Northern railroad, is holding out
every inducement in the way of rates. The
rapid increase of mining developments in
sures the sale of the products of the garden
and the dairy at the best prices. Besides,
the Kootenai camps will look to the Ste
vens county ranchers for vegetables, hay
and cereal supplies. One farmer made
$1,500 off celery alone this year, while any
number of ranchers have secured an in
come from their yield of potatoes and
onions.” W
THE California legislature has provided
by a bill for the organizatior‘l of its naval
reserve and is now in process of formation.
Washington. with its magnificent Puget
Sound; has done nothing as yet.
APOSTATJZED THRDUGH LOVE.
A Jewish Maiden Renounces Her Re—
ligion to Wed Her Choice.
A New York dispatch says: After a
courtship of two years, during which they
experience not a few romanticvicissitudes,
Paul Calm and Cora Cahn were this after
noon married by Mayor Grant. The groom
is a lieutenant in a crack huzzar corps of
the Austrian empire, and the bride is the
daughter of Henry H. Calm, a wealthy
glass importer. Mir. Cahn has a. summer
residence at Baden, and while there about
tWo years ago Miss Cahn met the hand
some young officer in his gorgeous Aus
trian huzzar’s uniform. The young couple
were soon over head and ears in love.
Lieutenant Calm was eager to get married, ‘
but the Austrian court is rigidly Catholic
and Miss Oahu was of Jewish parentage,‘
and none of that religious belief could be
presented to the em‘feror as an army offi
cer’s wife must nee s be. The lieutenant
appealed to his commanding oflicer,
Prince Ette, but was told that such a mar
riage would not do. His mother, a proud
Viennese, was equally obdurate, and Calm
was on the verge of throwing his family
and country overboard, when the young
lady solved the diificulty by deciding to
oin the Catholic church. Her parents
objected, but she finally won her point,
and today’s ceremony was the result The
Wedding took place at the Calm Jesidence,
the bride wearing a. traveling costume.
The groom strode into the room in his
glittering dress uniform. Mayor Grant
soon made them men wife, and subse
quently declared that he had never seen a.
handsomer couple. Lieutenant and Mrs
Calm will travel for a month and then take
up their abode in Vienna.
WORLD’S FA 1R NOTES.
Day and night slufts of men are now
worked on all the Exposition buildings.
Paraguay has decihed to participéte in
the exposition. Barbadoes, French Guina,
{leylou and Corea have also joined the
int. .
The District of Columbia has decided to
ask congress for an appropriation of $50,-
000. to enable it to make a. creditable ex
hibit at the fair.
The upholsterers of Philadelphia have
applied for 50,000 square feet of space in
the Manufactures Building for a collective
exhibit from their several establishments.
Hassan Ben Ali, of Morocco, is seeking a
concession to make a Morocco exhibit at
the exposition. He says he will spend
$50,000 in showing the people manners,
customs. amusements, em, of his country
find in bringing to Chicago a. tribe of Ber
ers.
Electricity is to be the motive force in
Jackson Park during the construction of
the buildings- The electric plant has been
completed and steam engines must go.
This is done in order to reduce the fire risk.
The sawmills used in getting out building
material, which have been run by steam,
are now supplied by electric power, fur
nished. if desired, night and day. Electri
cal Engineer Sargeant is prepared with a
(SO-horse power plant to supply electric mo
tor service. In a. few days 300 horse—power
will be available.
Ample restaurant accomodations are to
be provided at the Exposition grounds.
The locations for restaurants thus far de
cided 115 mm are four in the Mines and Min
ing Bui ding. sixteen in the Manufactures
Building, and six on the esplanade in front,
four in the Electricity Buildmg and two in
the VVoman’s Buliding. Some are on the
grpund floor and some in the galleries,
The supporting columns for the B‘orestry‘
Building are to be trunks of trees with the ,
bark on. Chief Buchanan has requested
each state to furnish three trunks of trees ,
for this "purpose. Arkansas, California, i
Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana
lowa, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, Ne
braska, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Texas,
Wisconsin, Washington an West Virgin
ia have promised to furnish their quota.
Acting Secretary of State Wharton has
issued an order to all diplomatic officers of
the United States, instructing them to use
their influence to have all cuts and litho
graphs sent. out free to boom the Exposi
tion admitted into foreign countries free of
duty. This order was issued because the
admission of such cuts, etc, duty free, has
been refused by some countries, and in
consequence, the desire to give the Ex
position the freshest possible publicity is
interfered wit 1. ,
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FlO W GP”
There is a gentle-
Dyspepsia- man at Malden—on
the-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter in which it
is evident that he has made up his
mind concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
“ I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
indigestion. have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difliculty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, ‘We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle.’ lam also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed.” 63
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here set
tled in Ba- QURIQTER
ker count , re
gon, nearywhat OF A
is now Baker City, a
a man who has since CENTURY
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
sufl'ering 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 ofa. cane, Hear
ing, through a friend, of the wonderful cures 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 virtues 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 urinary organs of either sex.
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 co lec
tions of the costs and expenses of grading Adams
street from Thirteenth street to Fifteenth 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, 189]. ;
The name of the owner or reputed owners and ‘
, description of the property and amount of l
‘ assessments are as to lows:
‘ Estate of Joseph M. Scott, lot 4, block 99,
east 69 feet Williams first addition. . . ...$ 204 11
G. G. Turner, lot 4. block 11, east 60 feet
P. D. M00re’5additi0n.............. 188 42
Jas. and Mary E. Levee, lot 7, block 6,
east 60 feet P. D. Moore’s addition, ... .. 94 21
Jas. 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. D. Moore’s addition. ..... .. .. 94 21
Charles H. Springer, lot 2, block 6, east
60 feet P. D. Moore’s addition, . . 94 21
William and Brldget 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 addition. .. 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 additi0n............. 188 42
Gertrude M. Matson, lot 1, block 98, west
(50 feet, P. D. Moore’s addition. ... ... .. 204 11
T0ta1................................51538 74
GEO. SAVIDGE,
City Marshal.
City Treasurer Warrant Call,
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 or
this notice, after which time no interest Will be
allowed: From and including No. 737 to and
including No. 1016 on the general fund issued
during 1890. On the street fund up to and in
cluding No. 990 issued durin§ the year 1891. On
the sewer fund up to and inc uding warrant No.
1919 issued 1891.
108. CHILBERG,
119-3 t. City Treasurer. l
OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1891.
A Fhe Thurston County Land CO.
w—fi—DEALERS IN~——-———:
R GEL E STHT E.
Rooms 13 and 14, Woodruff Block, Olympia.
——————.__.________—_._____
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 ma issowell adaptedto childrenthat
I recommend it as superiorfio any prescription
known to me.“ E. A. ARCHER, M. D.,
111 60. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
“ The use of ‘Castoria‘ is so universal and
Its merits so well known that it seems a. work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent families who do not. keep Castoria
within easyreach.“
a. CARLOS mum, D. D.,
. New York City.
Late Pastor Bloommgdale Reformed Church.
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 col ec
tion of tle costs and expenses of grading
Fifth street from Columbia to Main street to
which assessment was duly confirmed
by the city council on the 3d day of N 0
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, 01ym
pia,..r..... 66 35
Olympia Lodge No. l, I. 0. O. F, lot 2,, _
bloe' 6, 01ympia....:..__._............. 66 35
Totals 265 40
GEO. RAVIDGE,
n7<3t City Marshal.
Notice 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 collec
tion of the costs and expenses of gradinghrank
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. \V. Rankin, lot 4, block 22, Olympia, . .5 111 70
Bertha Dobrin, lot 5, block 4. Olympia. .. 111 '7O
E. L. Sawyer and E. W. Andrews, 0t 1,
b10ck32,01ympia......H.......... 111 70
E. J. Estep, lot 8, block 32, Olympia. 111 70
T0ta1......................... ~......$ 446 80
GEO. SAVIDGE,
City Marshal.
Nutree st 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 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.
’lhe 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. ......$ 117 92
Louisa B. Noschka, lot 2, block 45, 01ym
pia,n0rth60feet....................... 117 92
G. Noschka, lot 3, block 45, Olympia,
northfioieet 117 92
G. Noschka, lot 4, block 45, Olympia,
northtiOfeet. 117 92,
George A. Barnes, block 44, Olympia,
southGOfeet 491 32
Total 5 963 00
GEO. SAVIDGE,
n9-3t City Marshal,
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 col ec
tion of the costs and expenses of graveling
V’Vashingtou 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 descriptionpf the property and amount of
assessments are as follows:
S. and E. Barker, estate of lot 4 block 13,
east6ofeet 01ymp1ia......u............ $ 69 39
Thos. Prather, nort 60 feet of 10125, block
13, east liOfeet 01ympia................ 34 69
Thos. Prather, east 50 feet of south half
of lot 5, block 13, east 60 feet Olympia... 28 91
N. H. Owings, west 10 feet of south half
lot 5, block 13, east 60 feet Olympia,. . .. 5 78
M. G. Warbass, estate of lot 1, block 23,
we5t60feet01ympia.................... 69 39
Alice Houghton and ‘4 lot 8, block 23,
west 60 feet of 01ym1a........
A. M. Williams, and 3;; lot 8, block 23,’ 69 3
westtiOi‘eetofOlympia.......l....... ‘ 9
J os. W. Robinson, and 14 lot 8, block %,
westGOieet 0i01ympia...............
Total $277 55
GEO. SAVIDGE.
“ City Marshal.
Nutree of Street tssessment.
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
person or persons named herein: You and
each of you are hereby notified, that the city of
Olympia special assessment roll for the collec
tion of the costs and expenses of grading Adams
street from Third street to Fourth street, which
assessment was duly confirmed by the city
council on the 3d day of November, 1891, is in
my hands for collection, and that the same will
become delinquent on and after the 14th day of .
December, 1891.
The name of the owner or reputed owners and
discription of the pruperty and amount of
assessment are as follows:
Louis Bettman, lot 4, block 33, east 60
feet01ympia...........1................$ 252 72
Amelie Bettman, lot 5, block 33, east 60
feet011ympia....i_._.................... 252 72
Robert . Whitham, lot 1, block 43, west
60 feet01ympia..............,_......... 252 72
John Byrne, lot 8, block 43, west 60 feet
Olympia 25272
T0ta1.................................31010 88
GEO. SAVIDGE,
City Marshal.
JOHN eonmsn, c. z. MASON, E. s. HAMLEN,
Press Gen. Man. Buperind’t Sen-Tress.
THE PUGET SOUND PIPE COMPANY
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of Horton s
patent thin shell wood water pipe. .
Banded to stand any de
sired pressure.
Guaranteed to be more durable than iron
pipe in the market. 01ympis,any
Washington. I
Castorin. cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhuaa. Emctatiou,
Kills Wprms, gives sleep, and. promotes di
uglesthn‘ . .
W 1 out mJunous medicatlon.
“ For several years: I have recommended
your ‘ Cast/01in, ’ and shall always continue to
do fiftafiit has invariably produced beneficial
res s.
Enwm F. PARDEB. M. D.,
“The Winthrop," 125th Street. and 7th Ave.,
New York City.
Tan Cmmn Comm, 77 MmmrSrmm, NEW YORK.
Notice of Street Assessment.
’l‘o 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
ieet,Swan’saddition 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
George A. Motman, lot 4, block 5, north
60feet, Swan’saddition 1101
Annie M. Anderson, lot 1. block 13, north
BUfeet Swan‘saddition 11 01
Annie M. Anderson lot 2, block 13, north
GOfeet,Swan’saddition 11 01
Etta May Venen, lot 3, block 13, north
60 feet, Swan’saddition 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
601eet Swan’s addition 11 01
Rosalia :1 . Van Epps, lot 2, block 21, north
Goieet, Swan’saddition 1101
T. H. Phipps, lot 3, block 21, north 60
feet,5wan'5additi0n.................... 11 01
John G. Sparks. lot 4, block 21, north 60
feet, Swan,s addition 11 01
George N. Smith and Emma D. Winston,. ,
‘lot 5, block 21, north 60 feet, Swan’s ad«
drtion 1101
Samuel Holmes, estate of lot 6, block 20,
south 60 feet, Swan’s addition...... .. .. 11 01
Samuel Holmes, estate of lot 7, block 20,
south 60 feet, Swan’s addition.... ... ... 11 01
Bell and Mary Burket, lot 8, block 20,
south 60 feet, Swan’s addition. . . . 11 01
Herbert L. Burket, lot 9, block 20, south
69 feet, Swan’s addition . 1101
Herbert L. Burket lot 10, block 20, south
60 feet, Swan’s additi0n................. 11 01
Francis Henry, lot 6, block 12, south 60 ‘
feet, Swan’s additi0n................... 11 01
Francis Henry lot 7, block 20, south 60
feet, Swan’s additi0n.,.......... 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 ‘2O,
south 60 feet, Swan’s addition. ..... .. .. 11 01
J ohn 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“6o feet, Swan’s ad
dition 1101
George S. Deer, lot 8. block 4, south 60
feet, Swan’s additi0n................... 1101
Total 3.308%
GEO. SAVIDGE,
1193 t City‘ Marshal.
Notes 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 collec—
tion of the costs and expenses of grading Jeffer
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 the property and amount of
assessments, are as follows:
Pamelia C. Hale. lot 1, block 33, 01ym
pia,we5tG0feet.......................$ 177 75
Parnelia C. Hale, lot 8, block 53, 01ym
pia,we5tfi0feet.,..................... 177 75
Mary A. Chambers, lot 1, block 54,
01ympia,we5t60feet..............1.. 14812
Mary A. Chambers, lot 8, block 54,
Olympia,west6o feet................. 17775
George S. Allen, lot 4, block 43, 01ym
pia,ea5t60feet........,............... 177 75
John Byrne.lot 5, block 43, Olympia,
eastfiofeet 177 75
George A. Barnes, block 44, Olympia,
castfiflieet 370 30
T0ta1............. 5 1.407 17
OEO. SAVIDGE,
119-3 t City Marshal.
Notice of Street Assessment.
T 0 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 o the costs and expenses of grading
and planking ’I 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.
l The names of the owners or reputed owners,
and description of the property, and amount of
each assessments are as ollows, to-wit:
Mable Tilton, lot 7, block 3. south 60
feet, 01ympia.........................$ 177 70
Mable Tilton, lot 8, block 3, south so
feet,Olympia....... 17770
W. H. Clark, lot 1, block 4, north 60
feet, 01ympia,..................,;.... 17770
Harry Prescott, west half lot 2, block 4,
n0rth01)feet,01ympia................ 6885
Harry Prescott, north 56 feet of east
half of lot 2, block 4, north 60 feet,
01ympia............................... 8293
S. C. Woodrufl‘, south 4 feet of east half
of lot 2, block 4, north 60 feet, Olym
pia 592
T0ta1.........i.............. .........$ 710 80
GEO. SAVIDGE,
nfl~3t City Marshal.
“w; v Big G is acknowledged
“i" “ the leading remed¥ for
.~:~z; -§‘ Cures in Gannon-hoes Jr a eat.
if, (’l‘ng s‘3?be Elle only [isle remveviy for
,3‘ “‘1 " eucorr am or ites.
C 3 "ni‘ffmm' I prescribe it and feel
2'" ma only in safe in recommending it
a.m: THEEVAHSUHEWGILCD. to all sufi‘emm.
‘i 3 wcmumm. A. J.STONER, M. D.,
‘ U. 9- A- .7 1 , Dncnust.
1 ‘- _,‘ -‘ Sold bly Drnggilta.
Trade 2' , am: PB CE SI.OO.
MARK & ROSS Agents
FROM TERMINAL 0R INTERIOR POINTS
—'—THE— (
T . .
horthem Paclflc R R.
Is THE LINE To TAKE
TO All PflINTS EAST and SOUTH.
i
It is theDiuing Car route. Itruns through
Vestibuled Trains every day
in the year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
(N 0 CHANGE or cans.)
Comlyosed 0! Dining Cars, unsurpassed,
ullman Drawing Room Sleepers
of latest equipment.
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TOURISI‘S 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
all affording '
. <1 . _ .
Dlrecta Umnterrupted Semce.
Pullman Sleeper reservations can be se
cured in advance through any agent
of the tea .
‘1 ‘1
THROUGH TICKETb
To and from all points in America, Eng
land and Europe can be pur
chased at any
TICKET OFFICE OF THIS COMPANY.
Full information concerning rates, time
of trains, routes and other details furnished
on application to any agent, or
A. p. CHARLTON,
Assistant General'Passenger Agt.,
No. 121 First st.. cor. Washington,
__ Portland, Oregon
F. P. REYES, Agent.
Olympia, Wash
0 d' P 'r
RAIL W .A. Y
SAVE $5.00 to SIO.OO. Arrangements have
now been completed between this company
and the B. B. & B. C. By; Co. whereby
passengers to and from Pu t Sound ports
and 11330111125 south will be se t via our M is
sion ranch, which extends rom Mission
Junction, on the Main line, to Hunting
don, on the boundary, and the B. B. & .
C. Ry., which extends thence to New What—
com, Wash.
The service between New Whatcom and
lower Puget Sound ports will be daily, 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 GeneralPassengerAgent,
Vancouver, B. C.
E. E. Crego, Agent,
Cor. Main and sth sts., Olympia.
TIME CARD FOR 1891.
Columbia River and Puget Sound Navigation
Company. Commencing Tuesday, May
19th, passenger steamer
FDR —--
Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and
I ’
McNeil s Island,
GOING. . ‘
Leave Olympiajdaily, except Monday. 7:30 a. m.
Arrive Tacoma “ “ “ 9:30 a. m.
Leave Tacoma. “ “ “ 10:30 a. m.
Arrive Seattle “ “ 12:15 p. m.
Bn'ronnme.
Leave Seattle daily, except Monday, 1:30 p. m.
Arriva Tacoma “ p,“ -- 3:30 p. 111.
Leave Tacoma “ “ “ 4:00 p. m.
Arrive Olympia “ ” " 6:30 p. m.
LANDINGS—SeattIc, Yesler’s wharf; Tacoma,
N. P. R. R. Wharf; Olympia, Pcrcival’s Wharf.
Meals on board; only boat makin%vround trip
Sunday; carries Northwestern and elm-Fargo
express and fast freight.
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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. m.
Ar Tacoma “ -‘ “ 12:00 in. ‘
Lv Tacoma “ “ “ 1:30 p. m.
Ar Seattle “ “ “ 3:30 p. m.
Lv Seattle “ “ . “ 4:00 p. m.
Ar Tacoma ‘ “ “ 8:00 p. m.
LANDINGS—ScattIe, chler’s wharf; Tacoma;
N. P. R. R. wharf.
U. B. SCOTT, Prest -
W
Gutter Lumber
Delivered to any art of the
$8 city at $8 per 1,600 feet. $8
5idewa1k1umber.....................,‘59 .
5urfaced............ 10
4N
G- - a; - ALLEN
TnumrAiND JEFFERSON ST.
E C. BICKFORD dz 00.,
NEW AND SECOND HAND GOODS
Bought; and sold for cash. See our prices be
fore buyin‘g. Corner Fourth and Columbia sts.,
Olympia, ash.
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And of course you want a good one.
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In the first place it gives to every sub
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Each of these pictures is 21x28 inches,
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ADDRESS
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OLYMPIA-
BREWER & WRIGHT
Dressed Beef, Mutton, Veal, Po rk,
POULTRY, ETC., ETC-
Telephone NO. 10. Office and Salesroom, 622 Fourth st.
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C 1 NEWCASTLE C . 1
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The Best, Cheapest and Cleanest Fuel.
THOMAS HEAGOCK AND A. D. GLOYER, Exclusive Agents.
Dealers in all kinds of fuel. Orders left at R. FROST’S store will receive prompt attention.
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aMARR & ROSSge
Dealers in drugs:3 braggicégfgésfgiléeaggilfi: Sfowzé 151,313??? and perfumery. I
Olympia ~ ~ . Washington
_ TACOMA ADVERTISEMENTS. ' ‘
J. N. LOFSTAD FUR COMPANY
FINE ’- FURS
o—RAW :E‘URS BOUGHT.———O
The Making of Seal Garments a Specialty.
C. LOFSTAD, Agent, 939 C Street, Tacoma, Wash.
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SCI-IOLL & HUTH, Prop.
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