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COMMISSIONERS
0f the County and Mlnutes of
* Proceed] ngs.
Bills Allowed and Ordered Paid—
, Lease of School Lands and
Other Things.
Friday, Nov. 6, 1891. 9a. 111.
Board re—assembled. All present.
A warrant for $14.75 ordered drawn on
funds of district “0" in payment for work
as shown in report of A. . Jones overseer
of said district.
A warrant for $29.50 ordered drawn upon
funds of district “N” in payment for work
as shown in report of A. Henry, overseer of
said district.
Renort of Ives Dodge, overseer of road
district “E” vivaSAread and ordered filed: 7
A warrant for sl3 upon general road fund
and one for $59 67 upon funds of district
“S” were ordered drawn in favor of J. M.
Newsum in payment for work done under
appropriation in said district.
A warrant for sl3 25 was ordered drawn
upon funds of district “S” in payment for
work in said district as shown by report of
J. M. Newsum, overseer.
Following miscellaneous bills ordered
paid:
J. B. Girard........-..... ............sl3 45‘
Heacock & G10ver................... 526
Thos. Heac0ck................. 1 13
Heac0ck&G10ver.................... 10 60
“ “ “ 1050
» " “ “ 400
G. K. 8r0wn........................ 25 001
Frederick M0e55ner.................. 10 50‘
BilgerdLGoing 16 65‘
Palace Market....................... 745
Olympia Dairy C 0............. 7 25
Conachydt C0rmier.................. 630
Wm.Goldsby... 4 00
Frederick M0e55ner.................. 46 50
“ “ ............4650
Columbia H0u5e.......... 30 00
Gold Bar Restaurant...... 4 50
Being. Vincent.............,.......... 1 75
I. arrisd; 50n5..................... 505
R. A. McNair.........,. 14 50
Capital City A. &T. 1. C 0...,....... 39 50
Thos. Hinchc1ifi'e.................... 22 00
A warrant forss2 75 was ordered drawn
upon funds of district “W" in payment for
work done in said district as shown by re
port of W. W. Whidden, overseer.
Board adjourned to 1:.30Np m.
Minutes of regular, ovember, 1891,
term of board of county commissioners.
Aunrroa’s OFFICE, }
Nov. 2, 1891, 9 a. m.
Board of county commissioners met in
regular session according to law.
Present: R. A. Brewer, chairman; T. C.
Van Epps and B. B. Smith. commissioners,
and John P. Tweed, clerk, by Chas. D.
Garfield, deputy
Reading of minutes postponed until re
assembling.
Board took recess until 9 a. m. Tuesday,
to attend trial of Dr. J. D. Minkier.
Tuesday, 9 a. m.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present as of yesterday.
Readingr of minutes postponed until
afternoon.
$50.10 was ordered transferred fron gen
eral road fund and placed to credit of road
district “F," and auditor directed to draw a
warrant for SOO.OO on funds of district “F”
in}payment of work as shown in report.
card adjourned to 1:30 p. In.
1:30 p. m.
Board re-assembled. All preseng.
p. m.
In pursuance to notice published the
board proceeded to front of court house
and offered school lands for lease.
Following lands were leased:
NW% of sec. 36, township 17, range 1
cast, to G. W. McGlothlen. .. . ... .. $lO
NE% of sec. 36, township 17, range 1
_west, to F. W. Pe11.................. 10
IVWM of sw% of sec. 36, township 16,
range 2 east, to John A. Longmire. . . 10
Free. neM sec. 16. township 16, range 3
west, to R. B. D0dge......... 10
Frac. nw% sec. 16, township 16, range 3
west, to R. 8.’D0dge................. 10
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
board from the estimate of expenses for
the year 1892, filed, that it will be necessary
for the following rate of levy to be made
for the year 1891, to-wit:
PQState, 3 mills; military. 1-5 mill; state
bond, I—4o mill; county, 6 mills; school, 2
mills; road, 2 mills, bridge, 1 mill. Total,
14 9-40 mills. Therefore it is ordered by
the board that the above rate be the rate
fixed for the assessment of the year 1891.
Reading of minutes postponed until
morning.
Board adjourned till 9 a. m. tomorrow.
Wednesday Nov. ’9l, 9 a. m.
Board re-assembled. Present, as of yes
terday.
Reading of minutes.
Board adjourned to 1:30 p. m.
1:30 p. m.
Board re-assembled. All present. .
Reading of‘ minutes concluded. Min
utes approved.‘ '
Report of view and survey of county road,
upon petition of J. F. Gordon et al, and
the report of view and survey, report of
damage by viewers and claim for damages,
by J. D. Spurlock, upon petition of W. T.
Bryant et al, were read the first time.
Board adjourned to 9 a. m. tomorrow.
Thursday, Nov. 5, 1891, 9 a. m.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present as of yesterday.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
board, from atfidavits of R. S. Selders and
G. R. Bever, that the county surveyor col
lected from the county as compensation
for services as chainmen, the sum of $2.50
per day and paid said chainmen $2.25 (per
day. On motion, the matter is referre to
the county attorney for investigation.
On motion, the county attorney is di
rected to accept the sum of $400.00 cash, in
lieu of forcing the bail bond of Henry
Robertson who defaulted bail to amount
of S6OO.
Following bills allowed and ordered
paid:
G. S. Prince........................$ 23 60
J.‘V. Pierce......................-. 20 90
Geo. D. Barnard & C 0............. 5 40
“ “ " “ “............. 7405
L. P.0ue1ette.........‘.............. 70 60
A.J. Gi11i5.......................... 91 25
W.5.Eding5........................ 32 50
' Geo. DeLi51e........................ 32 50
Rile 8ever......................... 438
,W. K1e1Vi11e......................... 250
O. E. Lewi5......................... 18 00
Wm. G01d5by....,.................. 16 00
W. A. R0ger5.......................1‘10 00
Gurney Cab and Transfer Co. ... ... 500
Ha11&0’D0na1d.................... 43 75
J. CHorr. 12 00
A.B. C0w1e5........................ 18 25
Gurney (lab and Transfer 00. ... .. . 300
L. P.0ue11ette....................... 10 40
Pioneer Book 8indery.............. 32 00
J.Benson 5tarr..................... 6 253
W. A.Van Epp5,............... 16 25
Talcott 8r05....................... 200
State Printing and Publishing Co. .. 26 50
W. A. Van Epps 14 30
Gurney Cab and Transfer 00. .... .. . 12 50
Hall & McChe5ney................. 90 00
Thomas H00key...... 10 00
OLYMPIA TR18UNE................ .. 25 98
A warrant for the sum of $32.75 was or
dered drawn upon funds of road district
“AB" in payment for work on roads in
said district as shown in report of Thomas
Kearney, overseer.
Board adjourned to meet at 1:30 p.m.
1:30 p. In.
Board reassembled. All present.
A warrant for $23 was ordered drawn on
funds of road district “RT” in payment for
road work in said district as shown in re
port of G. K. BroWn, overseer.
The following bills were allowed and or
dered paid:
ueruupmu:
5.H.8arbee........................$ 1650
'Goldßarßestaurant‘... 2450
L,8ettman........................., 875
State Printingand Pub. C 0......... 24050
T.C. West 125
Mi1t0nGi1e5..................‘...... 1420
Ge0LJ0ne5............0............ 370
Joh-nD.Reagh...........,.......... 1200
J0hnD.Reagh...................... 4950‘
E.5,H0rt0n........................ 275%
J0hnD.Reagh...................... 1100
5tateAudit0r..........‘............ 500
C.F. Weber&Co 10500
Olympia P. and I’. Trans. 00. . . . . 10 00
Deming&Perry............0..A.... 285
Ha11&0’D0na1d....................52375
Ge0.D.8arnard&.C0............... 3240
W.H.R0bert5...................... 803
" “ ” 2000
” ” “ 200
1.Harri5&50n5.................... 190
Ge0.D.8amard&00............... 1750
“ “ “ ”“.............. 4725
8.F.Litt1ej0hn..................H. 300
‘ The report of View and survey upon peti-
tion of J. F. Gordon, et al for a county
road and report of View and survey, report
of damages by viewers and report of
damages claimed b J. D. Spurloek, on
petition of Wm. lgryaut, were read the
seqond time. 7 ~ 7 ~ _
Ouimotion the auditor is directed to
draw warrants upon general road fund as
follows: Fried Lehman, $10; E. Meyer,
$2; Fred Hagar. $2 for road work per
formed in District “b," in May, 1891.
Board adjourned to 9 a. m. tomorrow.
1:30 p. m.
ljoard reassgmbled. All present. _ _
Report of View and survey upon peuibion
of J. F. Gordon read a third time; no ob
jection or claims for damages being filed,
road was ordered established. .. __
"Répb'ii girdeWajd(lw§ur;e§;‘upoll petition
of Wm. T. Bryant, report of damages, and
claim for damages read a third time. J.
D. Spurlock objected to establishment of
roads and the matter referred to counLy
attorney.
Following bills ordered paid:
Thos. Prather.............,.......... sl4 00
” “ 6500
St. Peter’s H05pita1..........r...... 297 511
H. Han50n.......................... 15 C)
Board adjourned to 9 a. m.
Saturday, Nov. 7, 1891, 9 a. m.
d Board reassembled. Presentas of yester
ay.
Bills paid during vacation were presented
{0 the board and payment approved as I'ol—
ows:
J W. Robinson,salary asjudge. ....$125 (9
AK 6‘ ll ui l. H ..--- 125 00
Mlt H H H l‘ ..... 125 00
John P. Tweed, " “ auditor.... 150 CO
H U H H il H .... 150 00
It ‘3 H {A It 5‘ .... 150 00
Chas. D. Garfield, salary as deputy
audit0r......117 00
Chas. D. Garfield, salary as deputy
audit0r............................ 123 50
Chas. D. Garfield, salary as deputy
audit0r............................ 131 50
J. W. Pierce. salary as deputy
auditor....... 100 40
J. W. Pierce, salary as deputy aud
itor.... 102 50
J. W. Pierce, salary as deputy aud
it0r........ 107 30
Geo. S. Hopkins, salary as deputy
audltor 9150,
Geo. S. Hopkins, salary as deputy g
audit0r............................ 92 50*
Geo. S. Hopkins, salary as deputy
audit0r.....v.......................1.04 50
F. N. Chase, salary as clerk audi
tor...... 99 00
F. N. Chase, salary as clerk audrtor 105 (3
1‘ H (l H H Li {I 120 C‘)
E. L. Minard, salary as clerk auditor 79 50
H (I ‘I Al H Al I‘ 82 'SO
‘KI (l H H ‘( {I l‘ 94 50
W. W. Hopkins, salary as clerk aud
it0r............r.... 52 00
W. W. Hopkins, salary as clerk
audit0r............................ 111 00
W. W. Hopkins, salary as clerk
audit0r........................ 114 00
C. M. Moore, salary as clerk auditor 28 00
H l‘ ll ‘- IL l‘ {A 112 00
H " (K It It [i ‘(I 116 00
W. H. Roberts, salary as county
cierk...,.... 133 33
W. H. Roberts, salary as county
clerki... 133 33
W. H. Roberts, salary as county
c1erk.....133 33
C. V. Leach, salary as deputy
c0untyc1erk....................... 83 33
C. V. Leach,salary as deputy county
clerk 83 33
C. V. Leach, salary as deputy county
c1erk............,......... 83 38
Sadie E. Sapp, salary as deputy
countyclerk 66 G 6
Sadie 11L Sapp, salary as deputy
countyclerk........ 66 66
Sadie E. Sapp, salary as deputy
c0untyc1erk...................... 66 66
G. S. Prlnce, salary as sherifl‘. . . . . .. 150 00
G. S. Prince, salary as sheriff . . ... .. 150 o'.)
G. S. Prince, salary as sheriff. .. . . 150 00
R. A. McNair, salary deputy sheriff 100 00
H H H H 100 1’)
ll H ‘I (I 100 00
R. B. Cowan, salary as (lay jailer 02 00
I. H H H 60 ()0
[I H II l‘ 62 00
John McClelland, salary nightjailer G 2 00
n U I. It 60 (X)
' u u u u 62 00
C. B Mann, salary county treasurer 133 ‘33
U It H H 131‘ 33
(l H H It 133 33
L. F. Mann, salary deputy county
trea5urer.........................103 00
L. F. Mann, salary deputy county
trea5urer....,.....................1C3 00
L. F. Mann, salary deputy connty
trea5urer................... 100 (0
O. H. Ayer, salary county attorney. 108 33
l‘ I‘ U U 108 :33
H H H I! 108 33
L. R. Byrne, salary school sup’t. 58 33
It H H Al 58 33
H M [K H 58 33
J. F. Watt, salary county physician. 30 00
It H 1‘ H I 30 00
Edith M. Corbett, member Teachers’
Examining 80ard................ 21 00
B. F. Dennison, superior judge pro
tem 25 00
Henry Howard, Soldiers‘ relief fund 20 00
B. W. Brintnall,_service County insti
tute 7'5 00
A. C. Jones, services County insti
tute 75 00
A Russell, keeping county poor. ... 32 0)
U u H U .... 32 0)
J. Delecatour “ “ “ 24 00
M I‘ H II .... 24 00
M H U U .... 24 CL)
Sunset Tel. and Tel. company,
phones for 0flice5................. 20 00
Sunset Te]. and Tel. company
phones for 0i1ice5................. 20 00
Sunset Tel. and Tel. company,
phonesforoflices.........N... 20 00
F. N. Chase, janit0r................. 10 fl)
“ “ 10(7)
“ “ 1003
Samuel Williams, rent court cham
bers 80 (30
Samuel Williams, rent court cham
bers 40 CO
Samuel Williams, rent court cham
‘ bers 40 CC)
i Talcott Bros., rent; Sheriff's oifice. . . 30 00
II U H H .. - 30 CO
H H U H '‘ . 30 00
George Langridge, rent court house 50 D)
H (I H H 50 c)
Board proceeded to Olympia hotel to ex
amine samples offurniture.
Board adjourned to meet at 1:30 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
Board reassembled: all present.
An additional warrant for $485 was or
dered drawn:in favor of L. P. Ouellette,
county surveyor, for expenses.
The hour of 2 p.m. having arrived, bids
were opened for furnishing the new court
house.
Bids for metallic vault furniture:
Oflice Specialty Manufacturing C 0.54,982 75
Fenton Metallic “ “ 4,144 60
GeogjgeD. Barnard& Co. . . . 5,974 60
0 cc furniture
0. F. Weber & Co., schedule A. .$15,276 15
u u n 8.. 12,446 20‘
“ " “ C. . 9,958 50
Thomas Kane&Co., schedule A.. 13,709 13
“ “ “ 8.. 11,519 55
Mauitowac Manufacturing Co. .. . 5,695 00
Ralphs & Schroder, schedule A. . 14.000 00
” “ 8.. 11.000 00
“ " 0.. 10,000 00
Union School Furniture Company; bid
not summed up in‘itemized form.
Estimate No. 3, court house construc
tion, allowed for 50 per cent of estimate or
$6,004.08. Estimate No. 4 allowed for 50
per cent of estimate or $5,816.71 and auditor
directed to draw warrant in payment of
same in favor of John Rigby.
A warrant for S2OO was ordered drawn in
avor of W. A. Ritchie in payment for ser
vices as architect.
' Board adjourned to Tuesday, November
- 10, 1891.
[hen Baby was sick, we gal re her Gaston-in.
When she was a. Child, she c! ied for Castoria. ‘
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Wu she had Children, she gave them Custom
At Death’s Door.
I was a great sufferer from Rheumatism
and Kidney and Liver trouble. My lungs ‘
were also seriously affected. Doctors said ‘
I could not posmbly live. Seven bottles 0;
Hibbard’s Rheumatic Syrup with the Plas
ters entirely cured me. Hundreds of per
‘ son’s in Creston, can vouch for the fact
l that this medicine saved my life.
1118-tf Wm HARSHAW, Creston, lowa.
For sale by Pacific Drug 00.
Two hundred lPounds of seized opium
was sold at Port ' ownsend yesterday.
OL‘IMPIA, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, NOV. 28, 189:.
SUPREME COURT.
A JUDGMENT OF THE LOWER
COURT REVERSED.
Directions as to Procedure in the
Seattle School District Tax—
Two Secflous of the
Code in Ques
lion.
[NoticeaAll decisions of the supreme
court will appear in THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY TRIBUNE]
City of Seattle School District No. 1, in
gAKing County, vs. Board of countv corn
missioners of King County, et al.
'l‘he petition for a. rehearing on file 111
this case seeks no reconsideration of the
court’s decision.but an exemplilication of it,
as though the petition for the writ had
named the various acts each officer was
expected to perform.
The application was merely for a. writ to
require the board of commissioners to levy
the tax over the added territory, and the
other officers to collect it, and on that basis
the_‘dec‘iei‘on was made, _ _ > A
The difficulty seems to be that the offi
cers do not quite understand how they are
to perform the duty required of them.
That would seem to be a matter ,upon
which they should consult their legal ad
visers, but as this is a case of singular
emergency we see no objection to our stat
ing that from the rather hasty; survey of
the law which we have been a 19 to make
since this case came up, there can be no
difficulty in the auditor’s correcting the
tax roll so that it shall conform to the
‘facts, although the assessor may have
iniade errors. The statute (1891 p. 300
sec. 53) requires the commissioners to
furnish the lassessor a map of the
county, showing the school district bound
aries. This map should have been cor
rected after the annexation of June lst,
and the assessor’s report or list, would
have tallied with it when returned. This
not having been done, the auditor from the
data in his possession, in extending the
tax, should make the necessary correc
tions. With real property there can be no
diificult ; and with personality none, if as
requiredy by the statute the property lists
show the residence of each per on taxed,
since the general rule is that personality
follows the residence of the tax ipayer. 1f
the record shows exceptions to this rule.
the rule should not be followed in those
cases, but such other exceptional rule as
the cases may require under the statute.
' STILEs, J.
We concur: Anders, C. J,; Hoyt, 3.;
Scott, J.; Dunbar, J.
The Northern Pacific Railroad company,
appellant. vs. J. C. Ellison, administra
tor of the estate of Thomas Ellison, de
ceased, respondent.
This was an action brought by respon
dent, as administrator, to recover damages
for the death of his intestate, alleged to
haVe been caused by the negligence of ap
pellant.
Many interesting questions are presented
in the record, and most ably and thor—
oughly discussed, in the briefs of the
learned counsel for the respective parties,
but it is unnecessary for us to here deter—
mine them.
i As we view it, this case must be governed
by the authority of Graetz vs.. McKenzie,
decided at the present session of this court.
That action was based upon section 8 of
the Code of Washington, and the only
questions presented for our determination
were whether or not sections 8 and 717 of
the Code were irreconcilably repugnant to
each other, and, if so. which of the two
sections should prevail. And this court,
after mature deliberation, held that the
two sections could not be harmonized with
each other, and as neither of them as 'found
in the Code was a new enactment, but only
a continuation of a previous provision, it
further held that section 8, being the later
of the original enactments, was the last
declaration of the legislative will, and there
fore repealed section 717, which relates to
the same subject matter. w
As asserted in the brief of counsel for
respondent, and evinced by the complaint
itself, this action was brought under the
latter section, But, if it should be con
ceded that it was brought under section 8,
then the complaint is obnoxious to the ob
jection of appellant that it :fails to allege
the existence ofany surviving heirs of the ,
deceased who would be entitled to the hen
efitwhich might be realized by a recovery
gtdamage. In either case the action must
a 1 .
The judgment of the court below is
therefore reversed, and the cause dismissed.
ANDERS, O, J.
W'e concur: Dunbar, J.; Scott, J.;
Stiles, J.
I concur in the result.
l-lovr, J.
Special Assessment Sale.
NO"‘ICE is HEREBY GIVEN, that bv virtue
of and pursuant to a warrant to me directing
me to collect the remaining delinquent and
special assessments for gredln§Meiu street, be
tween Sixth street and south 1 mit of the city,
which became delinquent Segitember 2d. 1893,
that I “"11 on the 23d day of ecember, 1391. at
the hour of 11 o’clock in the forenoon of that
day, at the front door of the city hall at Olym
pia, Thurston county, Washington, sell at public
auction all of the fnilowing real estate, upon
which the delinquent special assessment for
grading said Main street between said Sixth
street and the south, limits of the city, have not
been paid, or so much thereof as may be neces
sets to satisfy such delinquent assessments due
{9 tie city of Olympia, and for which the city is
m e. .
The names of the respective owners of the
lands assessed and the assessments due includ
ing penalty and interest to date of sale is as fol
lows, to~w1t:
Heuiot Talcott, east 60 feet, lot 2, block 7,
01ympia................,.,...........i...$ 38 78
I. C. Ellis, cast 60 feet, lots 3 and 6, block
7, Olympia 77 06
First nitarisa Society of Olympia, east
60 feet, lot 3, block 8, 01ympm........... 38 78
Olympia Hotel Co., east 60 feet, lots 6 and
i and 7, block 8. 01ympi5................... 77 56
Olympia Hotel Co., east 63 feet, lot 2,
block 9, 01ympia........ 38 78
Olympia Hotel Co., 60 feet by 60 feet, vu
cated by portion of Eighth street.... .l. 38 78
Trustees of Congregational Church, east
60 feet, lot 7, block 65, Olympia. .. .. .. ... 38 '7B
Estate of M. Blinn, east 60 feet, block 81, 1
01ympia............................ 155 12
Unknown owner, east 60 feet of north
one—half, lot 3, block 5‘ ), Olympia..... ... ll) 39
George Ellis, east 60 feet of south one
helf, lot 3 block 20, 01ympiu............ 19 39
George Ellis, east 60 feet of lots 6 and 7,
block 20, 01ympia................. 77 50
Unknown owners, east 60 feet of lots 11
and 12. block 3, Olympian...“ 58 17
David Mitchell, east 60 feet of lotsfi and
7, bloekl 58 i 7
Diim Mitchell, east 00 feet of lot 2, block
B. W. Brintnall, east 60 feet of lots 3 and
6, b10ck11................................ 77 56
Mrs. Sarah E. Wright, west 60 feet, lots 3
and 4, block 3. 6163
U uknown owner, west 60 feet, lots 1 and
4, block 12.. 64 63
Witness my band this 18th day of November,
1881. A. P. FITCH,
. City Attorney.
First publicaiion, Nov. 21, 1891.
c I I u i
Nance of. Mumcmal Election.
Notice is hereby given to the qualified elec
tors of the city 0 Olvmpia, pursuant to the pro
visions of Section 2, Ordinance No. 563,.that the
annual municipal election will beheld in the
city of Olympia, on Tuesday the Bth day of De
cember, 1891, for the election of the following
City Oiiicers for the ensuing term: Mayor,
Treasurer, Assessor, Health Officer, Councilman
at-large, one Councilman from the First Ward,
one Councilman from the Second Ward and one
Councilman from the Third Ward.
The several voting places and the inspectors
and judges of elect on in the several precincts
of the City as fixed and named by the City
Council are as follows; to-Wit:
First Ward, at City Hall building,
Inspector, %. ’lFl.YChambers.
Judges: z N'. s:P(;)1-1':§E' '
Second Ward at Union Street School building.
Inspector, gV’.EF.BKeady.
. . err,
Judgesv E 0m B. Frisch.
Third Ward, at Grosvcnor building on Fourth
Street.
Inspector, 3V H. %&nsdale.
Judges: § 11.41%." Jog?
Dated at Olympia, this 27th day of Nov.. 1891.
A. L. CALLOW,
n27-tf City Clerk.
Notlce to Electors.
Notice is hereby given that 111923011 books for
the reigistmtion o the voters o the City of
Olymp a, will be closed Saturday, Nov. 28, 1891,
for ten days. for organization previous to the
municipal election to be held Dec. 8, 1891.
n23-3td A. L. CALLOW,
‘ - City Clerk.
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for the removal of Pianos, Furniture and Baggage. Our facilities for the re
moval of safes and all _otller heavy goods are of the best. All orders fox"
Hacks, Gnrneys, Livery. Trucks, Baggage, star, promptly at
tended to. A first-class boarding sta 1e Ln connection.
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CORN ER MAIN AND TIIIRD ST.
Telephone Number 3.
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PASSENGEB‘AND TRANSFER STABLE
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Orders 101- hacks or cubs attended to promptly dag; or night, also it general livery business in
connection. Horses fed or boarded by the day or mon 11. Forwarding, moving pianos, safes and
furniture with care and promptncss. Charges renuonuble.;§ixth nnd Columbm streets.
Telephone No.
DREWRY AND SON. Pronnetors.
THE FIRST N ATIONAI BANK
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OF OLYMPIA
CAPITAL - - - SIOO,OOO
SURPLUS - - - $20,000.
A. A. PHILLIPS, JOHN F. GOWEY,
PRESIDENT. VXCE-PBESIDENT.
L. W. OSTRANDER, HENRY P. LEE.
CASHIERQ Asa’r. CASHIER.
DIRECTORS:
A. H. STEELE, T. M. REED, W. M. LADD, A. H. (humans
A. A. PmLmPs, JOHN F. Gown. ”GEO. D. SHANNON.
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A General Bankmg Busmess Transotcted
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTIONS.
Capltal Natlonal Bank,
OF‘ OLYMPIA .
Capltal - - - SIOO,OOO
. F. M. WADE, Puma. N. H. OWINGS, V. PRES.
C.J. LORI) CASHIER;
Directors. -
John S, Baker, Louis Bettman, Robert Frost, N. H. Owings,
S. C. Woodrufl', F. M. Wade. 0. J. Lord.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Foreigln 2.11.161 domestic exchange bought and sold. Telegraphic transfers made on
all principa Clues.
0: Collections 6. Specialty.
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State Bank Of 01 V 11mm
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CAPITAL, SIOO,OOO.
E.W . ANDREWS, President. R. G. HOOKER, Cashier
DIRECTORS:
F. R. Brown, A. C. Goin ,
E. W. Andrews, li. (i Hookeg
W. F. Newell, O. S. baton.
H. V. Ogden.
Transacts a General Banking business.
”Savings deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards and interest allowed thereon
THE WEST SIDE MILL COMPANY
Dry Flooring, Rustic, Lime
City Office and Yard, Fourth-st. Bridge; Tel. No. 71.
Children’s Shoes,

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