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HLYMPIA TRIBUNE.
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
OFFICE: 509 and 511 Main street.
Advertising rates according to space or time.
Copy for changes of advertisements must be in
not later than 9 o'clock a. m. Those received af
ter that hour will be changed the following day.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
DAILY. 1
One year, bymai1...r..‘..................... $7 00
Sixmonths, bymai1........................ 3 50
Threemontha, by mall 200
Delivered by carrier, per week. . . 25
Delivered by carrier, ;,per month. ..... ... .. 1 00
Single c0pie5..‘............................. 5
WEEKLY.
Oneyear, bymai1........................... 150
Sixmonths, by mail 1 00
Threemonths by mai1....,.... 50
Invariably in advance.
Address:
THE TRIBUNE.
O'lympm, W ash.
J. MILLSPAUGH, Busmese Manager.
\
Capital of State of Washington.
Population 8500.
COLONEL E. W. PIKE, of Goldendale,
Commanding ‘the Second Regiment of N.
G. W., says that the recent plea. of the
court martial that not being under mili
tary orders or dressed in uniform when an
offence is committed, cuts no figure, as it
was decided that all members of the N. G.
W. were amenable to military law during
their term of engagement.
“WE may.” '
“We think, too.”
“We may be at work in six weeks.”
"We have been figuring.”
“If we could get the power,”
“A meeting will be called soon.”
The above is from Attorney Savage, of
the Main street horsecar system and shows
how soon we may expect a modern street
car line at the state capital.
EUNI’S BRILLIANT VICTIM.
Not long ago the North American Re
view contained an article from the pen of a
brilliant man, John F. ‘Mines (Felix Old
boy) who claimed that he had been entirely
sobered up and made a new man by the
Keeley process. The unfortunate man has
just died of the very curse which he had
deluded himself into believing he had es
caped. He was a gifted writer of great at
tainments and had abandoned an Episco
pal pulpit to become a newspaper corres
pondent. His end was in the New Yerk
city work house. When he sought the
Keeley institute at Dwight. 111., he was full
of despair and, as a dispatch states, had
seen his brilliant gifts sacrificed to his
thirst for drink, and his whole life marred
and wrecked by his uncontrollable peri
odical impulse to abandon himself to that
overweening thirst. Dr. Keeley, it is said,
assured him that he could eflect a perma
nent cure. Mines felt somewhat encour
aged, and submitted to the treatment. He
carried a bottle of whisky around with him,
drinking whenever he felt like it, but sev
eral times every day presenting himself to
the doctor and having the mysterious gold
mixture, said to have such potent charm,
injected into his arm. For many anx
ious days Mines lived after this fash
ion; gradually he began to expe
rience miraculous relief, his first
faint hopes swelled to enthusiasm, and in
an ecstacy of joy he declared that his arch
enemy had been vanquished and his thirst
had left him. He appeared to be “sobered
up” for good, and until a few days ago was
Working dilligently tor the North Ameri
can Review and for Harper’s. But the ses
quel has destroyed all. The wretched
Mines was suddenly arrested and commit":
ted to the workhouse for five days. He
was suffering from alcoholism at the time,
and his condition became so , bad that
shortly after his arrival he was taken to
the hospital. Then he had six alcoholic
fits in quick succession. He succumbed to
the last of these. He was buried by the
New York Press club.
AN INCIDENT.
There were four persons in all, a rather
young looking couple. an old lady and a
wee baby. They were all sober in aspect,
even more than sober, they looked sorry.
Eventhe baby, but a few days old, looked
as if it was sorry that it had been born.
They were riding in a. much dilapidated,
two-horse buggy drawn by frouzy horses,
whose unkempt manes and tails were stuck
full of thistle balls and hayseed. If the
inmates of the crazy vehicle were sober and
sorrowful, the nags were melancholy and
their lower lips flopped up and down as
they were urged along at a gait between a
fast walk and a make—believe trot. The
young couple occupied the front seat, of
course, While the old lady sat on the back
seat and held the baby.
They came from the country and after
entering town drove in a circuitous, hesi—
tating route to the residence of an Olympia
clergyman, the benign pastor of one of our
well-to-do, popular churches.
Scrambling out and tying his horses to
the hitching-post with a piece of tangled
clothes-line, the young man awkwardly
helped the women to alight. After straight
ening their limbs and brushing the hay
straw from their clothes, the little party
found ingress to the hallway and were in—
vited into the parlor by the wondering
domine. Well, to cut a long story short,
it turned out to be a marriage party, and l
after the young couple were pro
nounced man and wife. a short
prayer uttered and a few formal
congratulations tendered by the pastor and
his friends, the new made husband passed
a small fee to the minister and the party
proceeded with measured tread to the
carriage. Before unhitching the horses,
however, the three adults appeared to have
resolved themselves into a committee of
the whole and opened a spirited debate up
on some interesting topic. High words and
air beating gestures were freely indulged
in until the old lady, in a final speech,
brought the meeting to a discontinuation.
Instanter, thereupon, the young man
opened the gate, stalked up the steps and
asked to see the minister, once more, as if
he had forgotten something. The good
pastor having made his appearance, the
young man broke out as follows;
“C-can you perform one other l-little
service, minister?
“0. yes.” Said the pastor. “what shall
it be 1"}
“(J-can you baptize a b-baby?”
“Whose haby ?"
“My baby, and—my w-wife’s."
”Ah! I see,” said the clerical gentleman,
but where is the baby?”
“She has it.” said the benedict, pointing
with the butt of his whip towards the old
lady. ,
“Well, yes, come into the house again,”
said domine.
The minister procured a bowl of water,
opened his directory and after impresive—
ly pronouncing the service. tremblingly
administered the wholly sacrament to the
little innocent, supplementing the whole
by an earnest benediction.
The party shambled out of the house to
their carriage and drove away, leaving the
clergyman to muse on the curious phases
‘ of life. ‘
JUDGE sirens CENSURED. l
Murderer Coella is Granted a New'
Trial.
The supreme court reversed the decision
of Judge Sachs in the case of Coella, the
Jefferson county murderer. A new
trial was granted on the ground of various
errors and misconduct of the court, in that
while the defendant was testifying, Judge
Sachs amused himself by reading newspaq
pers, conversing pleasant y with Witnesses, }
passing and eating candy, the eflect of
which was to convey to the jury his opin—
ion of the guilt of tie prisoner. For this
action the supreme court severely criticises
him, and says:
“The solemnlty of a trial upon which
hangs the life of a human being, wherein
it is to be determined whether such life
shall be taken as a just penalty to satisfy
the demands of justice outraged, if so
found, can scarcely be approached in any
other proceedin%over which human beings
. have control. here is a constitutional‘
provision prohibiting judges from com
menting upon matters of fact to the jury.
To allow a judge to so demean himself as
to convey such information by his conduct
would be more dangerous and subversive
of justice than actual comment. It is to
be hoped that the occasion will not arise
again.”
The opinion was lengthier than any ren
dered this term, and was by Judge Scott.
Judge Hoyt concurs in the result, but
dissents from some of the propositions ad
vanced.
Our State’s History.
Seattle Telegraph: The State Historical
Society has begun its work none too soon.
Nothing is more surprising than the rap
idity with which'the early history ot any
community is forgotten. Only those who
have had occasion to make researches into
such fields can form any idea. of how diffi
cult it becomes, after a single _ generation
passes away, to get at the facts relating to
the great body of the people. History
usually concerns itself chiefly with the
wealthy and influential, but the true his
tory of the country is that which deals
with the common people, and this is never
preserved for any considerable length of
time, unless specml‘efl‘ort 1s made for the
purpose. Therefore, though Washington
as a separate government is scarcely a gen
eration old, it is none too soon to oegin to
collect into its archives all the facts con
cerning its early days.
Olympia the Place.
Chehalis Nugget: As the discussion of
claims of the various places for holding
next year’s state conventions goes on,
Olympia seems to be more generally favored
than any town this side of the mountains.
Let them be at Olympia. That city is easy.
of access from all pomts in the state, and
is besides the capital. This is a sound rea
son in itself. In charity to the candidates
they should all be given the opportunity to
inspect, at least once, the city which t leiz
hope to adorn and glorify for a time Wit
their official presence.
Waod and Bark.
All kinds of dry wood and bark for sale
by the undersigned, sizes to order.
JOHN D. REAGE.
OflE‘Lce at Foster & Laberee‘s. Tel. 3.
“Augu st
FlO W 61” 9
Perhaps you do not believe these
statements concerning Green’s Au
gust Flower. Well; we can’t make
you., We can’t force‘ conviction in
to your head or med<
Doubting icine into your
throat. We don’t
Thomas. want to. The money
is yours, and the
misery is yours; and until you are
willing to believe, and spend the one
for the relief of the other, they will
stay so. John H. Foster, 1122
Brown Street, Philadelphia, says:
“My wife is a little Scotch woman,
thirty years of age and of a naturally
delicate disposition. For five or six
years past she has been suffering
from Dyspepsia. She
Vomit became so bad at last
. that 'she could not sit
Every Meal. down to a meal but
she had to vomit it
as soon as she had eaten it. Two
bottles of your August Flower have
cured her, after many doctors failed.
She can now eat anything, and enjoy
it; and as for Dyspepsia, she does not
know that she ever had it.” 8
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A Page
7 f
/ from stz‘ory.
The discovery of the value of Dande—
lion Root in Liver Complaints ranks
as one of the most important in the
history of medical science.
Dr. HE N LEY’ S
I i I
English Dandeison Tome
combines tho best properties of this
wonderful plant. It relieves consti
pation, sharpens the appetite and.
tones up the entire system.
Dr. Henley’s English Dande
lion Tonic is an old, reliable rem
edy, which has been in use in Eng
land for 50 years. Good housewives
keep it on the shelf, and when a mem
ber of the family is ailing, it is the ‘
first thing used. Nine times out of l
ten it is all that is needed. 1
Your druggist will tell you ‘
about it. Ask him. ,‘
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
person or persons named herein: You and
each of you are hereby notified, that the citv of
Olympia special assessment roll for the collec
tions of the costs and expenses of grading Adams
street from Thirteenth street to Fifteenth street,
which assessment was dulky confirmed by the
city council on the 3d day 0 November, 1891, is
in my hands for collection, and that the seine
will become delinquent on and after the 14th
day of December, 1891. -
The name of the owner or reputed owners and
, description of the property and amount of
‘ assessments are as to lows:
Estate of Joseph M. Scott, lot 4, block 99, 1
east 69 feet Williams first addition. . . ...$ 204 11 ‘
G. G. Turner, lot 4. block 11, east 60 feet ‘
P. D. M00re’55dditi0n.............. 188 42
Jas. and Mary E. Levee, lot 7, block 6, I
east 60 feet P. D. Moore’s addition. .i. .. 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 andßridget Lemon, lot 1, block
5, west 60 feet P. D. Moore’s addition“ 94 21
William and Bridget Lemon, lot 2, block
5, westGO feet P. . 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
60 feet, P. D. Moore’s addition. ..... .. .. 204 11
. T0ta1................................51538 74
GEO. SAVIDGE,
City Marshal.
OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1891.
The Thurston County Land CO.
REY-"XL ESTATE.
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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for Infants and Children.
“Cast nlais so well adapted to children that
I recommend it; as superior-Io any prescription
known to me.“ H. A. ARCHER, M. D.,
111 So. 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 easy reach.“
CARLOS MAnm, D. D.,
. New York City.
Late Pastor Bloommgdale Reformed Church.
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 0:
Olympia. sgecinl assessment roll for the col ec
tion of t 6 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 No<
vember, 1891, is in my hands for collection, and
that the same will become delinquent on and
after the 14th day of December, 18m.
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
Angela Stevens, lot 7. block 5, Olympia... 66 35
Joseph M. Lammon, lot 1, block 6, Olym
pian...“ 66 35
Olympia. Lodge No. 1, I. 0. 0. F, lot 2,
block 6, 01ympia......._................ (36 35
Totals 2(35 40
' GEO. SAVIDGE,
117-3 t City Marshal.
Notice of Street Assessment.
rllO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
_ person or persons named herein: You and
each of you are hereby notified that the City of
Olympic special assessment roll for the col ec
tion of the costs and expenses of grading Frank
lin street from Third street to Second street,
which assessment was duly confirmed by the
city council 011 the3d day or November, 1891, is
in my hsnds 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. . Rankin, lot 4, block 22, Olympia. ..$ 111 70
Bertha Dobrin, lot 5, block 4. Olympia. .. 111 70
E. L. Sawyer emu E. W. Andrews, ot 1,
block 32, 01ympia................... 111 70
E. J. Estep, lot 8, block 32, Olympia... .. .. 111 70 .
T0ta1......................... ..........$ 446 80
GEO. SAVIDGE,
City Marshal. ‘
Notice of Street Assessment. 1
TO WHOM l'l‘ 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 collec
tion of the costs and expenses of gradingFiith
street from Jeti‘erson 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 col‘ction, and that the same
will become delinque t on and after the 14th
day of December, 1891.
The names of the owners or reputed owners
and description of the property and amount of
assessments are as follows:
Louisa B..Noschks., lot 1, block 45, Olym
pia, north 60 feet. .......$ 117 92
Louise B. Noschke, lot 2, block 45, Olym
pin, north 60fcct...................... . 117 92
G. Noschka, lot 3, block 45, Olympia,
northfioieet 117 92
G. Noschka, lot 4, block 45, Olympia,
north6ofeet. 117 92
George A. Barnes, block 44, Olympia,
south6ofeet 491 32
Total $ 96300
GEO. SAVIDGE,
n9-3t City M rtrshal,
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 grevelingr
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 descriptiou‘of the property and amount of
assessments are as follows:
S. and E. Barker, estate of lot 4 block 13,
eastlSOfeet 01ympia.................... $ 69 39
Thos. Prsther, north 60 feet of lot 5, block
13, eestfio feet 01ympia......_......... 34 69
Thus. l’rether, 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 LS, east 60 feet Olympia, .. . . 578
M. G. Wsrbsss, estate of lot 1, block 23,
westGOfeetOlympia.. 69 30
Alice Houghton and V lot 8, block 23,] .
west 60 feet of 01ymia....,... .|
A. M. Williams, and if lot 8, block 23, t 69 39
westOOfeetof 01ympia...............
Jos. W. Robinson, and % lot 8, block 23,]
west6ofeet 0i01ympia...............
Total $277 55
GEO. SAVIDGE.
City Marshal.
Notice of Street flssessment.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and to the
person or persons named herein: You and
each of you are hereby notified, that the city of
Olympia. special assessment roll for the collec
tion of the costs and expenses of grading Adams
street from Third street to Fourth street, which
assessment was duly confirmed by the city
council on the 3d day of November, 1891, is in
my hands for’collection, and that the same will
become delinquent on and after the 14th day of
December, 1891.
The nsme of the owner or reputed owners and
discription of the pruperty and amount of
assessment are as follows:
Louis Bettmen, lot 4, block 33, east- 60
, feet01ympia............................$ 252 72
1 Amelia Bettmsn, lot 5, block 3:3, east 60
P feet01ympia.....__..................... 252 72
Robert F. Whitham, lot 1, block 43, west
60 ieet01ympia......................... 252 72
John Byrne, lots, block 43, west 60 feet
01ymp15........ - 252 72
T0ta1...................._...........51010 8S
GEO. SAVIDGE,
City Marshal.
JOHN cosnrsn c. z. MASON, n. 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 wster pipe. 1
Banded to stand any de— :
sired, pres: ure.
Guarantieed Img: morekdturaglle thin! iron .
ppen cmsre. ymasn. '
Washington. p ' y E
—DEALERS 1N-
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Dim-rhea. Eructation,
Kills Wprxns, gives sleep, and. promotes d}
.tfiestmn! . . .
W 1 out inJunous medlcatlon.
“ For several years I have recommended
your ‘ Castoria, ‘ and shall always continue to
do 53:35,,“ has invariably produced beneficial
resx s.
EDWIN F. PARDEE. M. D.,
“ The Winthrop,” 125th Street. and 7th Ave.,
. New York City.
Tm: Cmrnun. COEPAN'Y, 7? Mann! STREET, NEW YORK.
Notice If 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 sfieeial assessment roll for the
collection of t e costs and expenses of gravel‘
ling north half of Eleventh street from Colum»
bin street to Main street, which assessment was
duly confirmed by city council on the 3d day of
November, 1891, is in my hands ior collecnon.
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 febt,olympia...... ........$ 82 00
Totals 8200
GEO. SAVIDGE,
119-31; City Marshal.
Notice of Straet 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 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 the property and amount of
assessments, are as follows: ‘
Pamelia C. Hale. lot 1, block 53, 01ym
pia,we5t601eet..i....1..........1..1.$ 177 75
Pamelia C. Hale, lot 8, block 53, 01ym
pia,We5t60feet....................... 177 75
Mary A. Chambers, lot 1, block 54,
01ympia,we5t60feetr.i.............. 14812
Mary A. Chambers, lot 8, block 51,
01ympia,we5t60ieet................. 177 75
George S. Allen, lot 4, block 43, 01ym
_g1imea5tfi0feet..................,..... 177 75
J 0 n Byrne, lot 5, block 43, Olympia,
ea5t60feet................1........,.. 17775
George A. Barnes, block 44, Olympia,
ea5tfi0feet.....1...................,.. 37030
T0ta1............. $ 1.40717
OEO. SAVIDGE,
n9-3t 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
, collection 0 the costs and expenses of grading
' and planking 'l‘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 collectlon,
’ and that the same will become delinquent
, on and after the 14th day of December, 1891.
' The names of the owners or reputed owners,
, and description of the property, and amount of ,
' each assessments are as ollows, to-wit: . ,
: Mable Tilton, lot 7, block 3. south 60
feet, 01ympia.........................$ 177 70
; Mnble Tilton, lot 8, block 3, south 60
, feet,olylnpia....... 17770
W. H. Clark, lot 1, block 4, north 60
feet, 01ympia.......1.......... 177 70
Harry Prescott, west half lot 2, block 4,
n0rthfi0feet,01ymgia................ 8885
Harry Prescott, nort 56 feet of east 1
half of lot 2, block 4, north 00 feet,
01ympia..................,............ 8293
S. C. Woodrufi', south 4 feet of east half
of lot 2, block 4, north 60 feet, Olym
pia. 592
T0ta1........i....,.......,., .........$ 710 80
GEO. SAVIDGE,
119-3 t City Marshal.
NUTIBB 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 callec
tion of the costs and ex%enses of planking
Fourth street from Colum ia street to 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
ieetOlympiai...” $126 00
George H. White, lot 8, block 73, south 60
feet01ympia...”5.........i.,........... 126 00
Mary Stampfler, lot 1, block 74, south 60
feetOlympisr........ 126 00
I. O. G. N. Tacoma Lodge No. 4, lot 2,
block 74, south 60 feet Olympia... .... . . . 126 00
, T0ta1.................................550400
GEO. SAVIDGE.
’ City Marshal.
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Six months. by mai1.................. -... 300
l‘hree months,by mai1..................... 200
Delivered by carrier. per weex............ 25
Dellvered by Garner, per m0uth.......... 1 00 1
Single c0pie5............................... 5 1
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second class tickets
and
ELEGANTg DAY COACHES.‘
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A continuous Line connection with Lines
allafl'ording
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Dlrect: Unmterrupted Semce.
Pullman Sleeper reservations can be sub
cured In advance throu h any agent
of the mag.
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THROUUH TICKETb
To and from all points in America, Eng
land and Europe can be pur
‘ chased at 3.115
‘ TICKET OFFICE OF THIS COMPANY.
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Full information concerning rates, time
of trains, routes and other details furnished
‘ on application to any agent, or 1'
i A. n. anuuroN,
Assistant General Passenger Agt.,
No. 121 First 512.. 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. G. Ry. 00. whereby
passengers to and from Puget Sound ports
and Igomts south will be sent via. our Mis-j
sion ranch, which extends from Mission
Junction, on the Main line, to Huntin -
den, on the boundary, and the B. B. & E.
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, BA).
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 CARDVFOR 1891.
Columbia River and Puget Sound Navigation
Company. Commencing Tuesday. May
19th, passenger steamer
-- FOR
‘ Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, and
‘ - J
1 McNeil 3 Island,
GOING.
Leave Olympiafdaily, except Monday. 7:30 a. m.
Arrive Tacoma. “ “ “ 9:30 a. m.
Leave Tacoma " “ “ 10:30 a. m.
Arrive Seattle “ “ ' 12:15 1). m.
‘nmrunNmG.
Leave Seattle daily, except Monday, 1:30 p. m.
Arrive Tacoma “ ;“ -. 3:30 p. in.
Leave Tacoma “ “ “ 4:00 p. m.
Arrive Olympia “ “ “ 6:30 p. m.
LANDINGS—SeattIg; Yesler’s wharf; Tacoma,
N. P. R. R. wharf; Olympia, Percival’s wharf.
Meals on board; only boat making round trip
Sunday; carriel Northwestern and Wells-Fargo
express and fast freight.
’ Passenger Steamer ‘
\ FLE E' I'WOOD
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 3.111.
Lv Seattle “ “ “ 10:00 a. m.
Ar Tacoma “ “ “ .12:00 DJ.
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 1
Gutter Lumber
$8 Defiififitts‘g p‘é‘i’i,&%“§e&§ ““3 $8
5idewa1k1umber...........‘...........$ 9
Surfaced 10
G- S - ALLEN
Tnmnjljw JEFFERSON ST.
E C. BICKFORD & 00.,
NEW AND SECOND HAND GOODS
Bought and sold for cash. See our prices be
fore buyin‘fi. Corner Fourth and Columbia 5138.,
Olympia, ash.
San Francisco Newspaper
The Weekly Examiner fills that want
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every wee ' not only the news, but the est
literary and miscellaneous matter published
on the American continent—that is its
specialty; being the best. It wants your
subscription—yours particularly—and of
fers not only to you, but to every other sub
scriber, one or more attractive premiums.
In the first place it gives to every sub
scriber, one of the four magnificent paint
ings or etchings described be ow, and de
livers it safely at his address, postage paid:
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\z ~ , by Meissonier.
“The Roman Chariot Race.” “
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“Women and Children Bin-gig.” > _
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“Christ Leaving the Praetorium,"
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Each subscriber has the choice of any
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In the second place it will give 5000 pre
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The price of the WEEKLY EXAMINER
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Choice domestic and Key est cigars.
Olympia , ~ ~ v Washington
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TACOMA ~ADV-ERTISEMENTS. .
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FINE - FURS
O——RA.W FURS BOUGHT-—0
The Making of Seal Garments a Specialty.
c. LOFSTAB, Agent, 939 c Street, Tacoma, Wash;
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Tacoma - - - .- - _ Washington.
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Muelc and. Instruments.
Standard and Popular Sheet Music. Latest Songs and Piano Music. All Kinds of
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