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TUMWATER TUMS.
CLAIMANTS FOR COUNCILMANIC
SHOES IN PEACEFUL VALLEY.
Happenings of a. Week Past—Mud
dy Crossings Everywherek
Personal Mention.
The political movement is on in Tum-l
Water, in view of the local election. Coun
cilmanic honors will be open to those as—
pirants, and if the coming election is to be
judged by the mass-meeting, it will be de
cidedly interesting. The mass-meeting
was held on Monday evening last and was
called to order by George Gelbach. E.
McNeil was chosen chairman, and M.
Chase planetary. Competion was brisk
but on the third ballot, L. Churchill was
nominated, M. Chase on the fifth and Mr.
Whitemarsh on the sixth. "
The meeting was quite harmonious, not
to say hilarious; and perhaps it may be
taken as a striking illustration of what a
truthful representation of the will of the
great American people, the primary caucus
usually is, for there were only about 50
voters present and 65 votes cast. There is ‘
no opposition ticket as yet in the field.
On Thanksgiving day in Turnwater, the
Methodist la ies had a turkey dinner in T.
L. A. hall and the society of King’s
Daughters one in Down’s hall.
Quite a number of our citizens are sick,
most 01 them with a low iever resembling
typhoid. Mrs. Mclntosh is quite sick.
Mrs. Biles improves very slowly and Hey
mer is still quite low, Dr. Mowell, how-'
ever, seems to apprehend no danger if
proper care is used. There have been a
number of these cases this season and the
doctors have had excellent success so far in
treating theni.,
Mr. and Mrs. Deveraux and family, of
Troy, Kansas, are in town, the guests of
Mr. Meyer.
Messrs. Carshner and McComb started
for Chehalis county last Saturday, where
Mr, Carshner owns considerable property.
James Allison was in town Monady. Ev
erybody was glad to see him able to get
around again.
Miss Agnes Broderick has been spending
a few days with her sister, Mrs. Charles Al
lison, at Conernaugh.
Electric lights have been placed at the
principal corners on Reserve street. How
would it do to carry the good work a little
farther and put in two or three street cross
ings? It is almost impossible at times for
peole on the east side to get over to the
post office. One day this week two ladies
attempted to cross from the wagon bridge
to the post office, and midway came to a
standstill, with nothing solid to stand on.
Any one who understands the total de
pravity of rubbers in a trying situation
and the utter hopelessness of trying to
hold one’s dress skirts and an umbrella,
and lish a rubber out of the mud at the
same time, will appreciate the situation.
There were several petrified relics of the
prehistoric ages reclining in graceful atti
tudes against the wall. One of them with
drew his pipe from his month long enough
to say to iis companions: “Stuck in the
mud. Let ’em stay there; they‘re only
new comers, and nobody cares.”
Planchette has arrived in Tnmwnter. It
is the property of a lady who was gifted
with more credulity than wisdom. Up to
. date if the little black demon has any se
crets it declines to disclose them. It is
quite likely that any one wishing to invest
in the future can procure the oracle, cheap
for cash.
There was a good attendance at the Sal
vation Army meeting Sunday afternoon.
Lieutenant Mclntyre was present and
spoke with her usual earnestness and en
shusiasm. Granting all the absurdities
that are charged against the Salvation
Army, let those who are disposed to cavil
and sneer at them, ask themselves if they
are williu to do the work for the reward
that the galvationist receives and grant
them the virtue of sincerity in their pro
i'ession at least. J. E. l).
BOOKs CLOSE TONIGHT.
'l‘wo Ward Meetings to Nominate Coun
cilmen.
The time for the closing of the registra
tiou books is this evening instead of yester
day, and in order to give everybody an op—
portunity the city clerk, Arth’ur Uallow,
will keep his office open until 8 p m.
Mayor Horr says he will announce at the
council meeting on Tuesday evening on
what night a mass meeting shall be called
for the nomination of a mayor, treasurer,
assessor and health oflicer. The time is
getting short, as the names of all candi
dates for office must be filed with the city
clerk at less three days prior to the day of
election.
The third ward will hold its meeting
Monday eveveng in the old school house
on the Eastside for the selection of nomi
nees for councilman, and the First ward
citizens will also mcet in Columbia hall at
7:30 o’clock on the same night and it is
supposed the Second ward will hold a
meeting at the old school house, corner of
Union and Washington streets.
Us to noon today 1080 voters were regis
tere , with 484 in the First ward, 306 in the
Third and 291) in the Second.
Friday’s Transfers.
[Reported by the Capital City Abstrat
& Title Insurance Company, Chambers’
block]:
8 C Woodruif to Saml Lute, lot 30,
b1k18,GateCity................ 1
S H Barbee et ux t 0 Nellie S Mc-
Intyre, lots 1,2, 3 and 4, blk 45.
SecandCapitaladd.,............ 204
S R Canon et ux to F Strange; 11w
% of swx, sec 9, tp 15, r 1 w, ex
cept4ll-16acre5................. 1
Adam Johnston to M V Johnston.
lot 10 blk 15, Second R R add
andotherproperty.............. 1
C E Avery to J H Avery,"lot 20,
b1k35,PugetCity............... 1,500
John Aten et ux to Geo S Allen,
lot 3, blk 2, Barrett an Aten’s
5ubdiv........................... 830
A Serious Accident.
G. A. Greciand met with a painful and
what have been fatal accident yesterday.
While working about a large circular saw
his foot slipped, and falling upon the up
ward projecting teeth severed the large ar
tery and nerve of the right arm. He was
conveved to the hospital, Where Drs. C. P.
Jento and Hal Wyman found it necessary
to cut down. ligate the arterv and stitch to
gether the divided ends of the nerve. To
day the patient is resting well.
The Olympian Sold.
Governor Ferry, who Is the owner of the
plant known as the Morning Olympian,
has disposed of the paper to Colonel Thos.
Henderson Boyd of Tacoma, for $2,400, on
long time. Boyd will probably ” take
charge about the 10th of the month and
continue the business at the old stand.
The Olympian has been a losing venture
ever since it started.
l’atronize Home Industry and Use‘
Davis’ Best Flour.
Mr. A. A. Davis is endeavoring to estab
lish an industry here by manufacturing
one of the finest grades of llour at his mills
at Tumwater and he deserves the unre
served patronage of the public. We guar
antee every sack of this flour to be equal to l
the best California brands and we will re
fund the money for every sack purchased
of us if not found as represented. The
price is $5.40 per barrel. which is much
cheaper than the California. We can han—
dle to better profit the surplus of Eastern
Washington mills, but consider it our duty
to co-operate:\vith any one who attempts
to build up an industry in this locality
and hespeak for Mr. Davis a satisfactory
and profitable business in his new under
taking. Hiestand, Warner & Co. janl
Wood and Bark.
All kinds of dry wood and bark for sale
by the undersigned, sizes to order.
JOHN D. REAGH.
Office at Foster 65 Laberee's. Tel. 3.
' OLIIVIPIAN BRIEFS.
The auditor’s ofiice has been strung with
electric lights.
Clean the crossings. They are in a bad
condition. , '
Years of experience in the watch factor
ies has made us skillful in watch repair
ing. Rose (St Godard.
We have some great bargains in men’s
underwear in all grades. ‘lt will pay you to
see them before buying. Brown & erris.
O. B. Mann as county treasurer, will oc
cupy an otfice in the Reed building, near
the Sixth street entrance.
Butterick gatterns for December just re—
ceived at 0’ onner’s. nl4tf
Go to F. W. Cromhy’s, 618 Fourth street,
for accurate presciptions. ' 06tf
Let the citizens elect delegates at their
ward meetings on Monday nightto meet in
convention and nominate a mayor.
Do not forget the sale of articles useful
and ornamental, suitable for Xmas pres
ents, by the Women Workers of the Uni
tarian church at Columbia hall, Tuesday
evening. Dec. Ist. Free admission and
free literary and musical entertainment.
Refreshments served upon order. n273t
A car-load of Schlitz’s clebrated beer has
just been received by Gysl and Arnold,
214 Fifth street. Come an try it. n27—6t
, George Marvin Savage is informed that
there are four inches of mud at the car
crossing, Fifteenth and Main streets.
The steamer The Doctor leaves Ollympia
at 8 o’clock daily for Shelton and amil
chie and returns the day following, arriv
ing at Olympia at 12 o’clock noon. septhf
Owing to the continued warm weather
we are overstocked on overcoats, conse- ;
quently have reduced the entire line 20
per cent. Now is the time to buy.
Bnown & FERRIS.
Register tonight if you want to vote at
the coming election. It will be too late
after tonight.
Go to F. W. Cromby‘s, 618 Fourth street
for the Reception Cigar. They are very
choice. . oth
Ask for Robertson’s Dye House, No. 207
Main street, and go to no other. ul7tf
The Weekly Capital Rat, of this city,
with a sworn circutation of 122 and which
looks as if it was set up with oats and run
off on a cheese press, is still blowing its
breath at the TRiBUNE for exposing its
selling out proclivities.
Watches, diamonds and jewelry, clocks,
spectacles and silverware at Talcott Bros.
- ’ al-tf
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired at
Simenson’s. 315 Main street. al-tl'
In consideration of the sightly building,
the fact that it occupies such a prominent
location in the business portlon of the
city, and the further fact that improve—
ments on the part of the City have stopped
indefinitely, would it not he a commenda
hle act on the part of the Odd 'Fellows
Lodge to deposit a few loads of gravel in
the duck pond in front of the store of
Deming lit Perry ‘P
Do you want your watch repaired, or
some fine jewelry, if so, go to P. N. Neuf—
l'ers‘ now 522 Main street, lately removed
from Fourth street. 1118.10td.
New Home and Domestic sewing ma
. chines at Talcott Bros. , al-tf
Rev. W. B. Pope will preach Sunday
morning at the First :Baptist church, cor
ner of Adams and Eighth streets. Rev.
W. E. Prichnrd will preach in the evening.
Subject—“ Good Habits and How to Form
Them.” Everybody invited. .
City warrants taken for furniture for one
week at A. Ellis. 1127<3t
The First Spiritual Society will hold ser
vices in Barnes’ Liberal hall, 428 Adams
street, near Fourth, on Sunday afternoon
at 3 o’clock. Music by Miss Bly. Dis
course by P. D. Moore. Subject: ”The
Religion ofCustom.” The puolic is cor
dially invlted.
Home made mince meat. choice butter
and eggs at C. F. Allen & Co., 622 Fourth
street. -
Unitarian Church, Napoleon Hougland,
minister. Services tomorrow at Tacoma.
hall, corner Fourth and Columbia streets
at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Subject in the
morning witl be “A Grateful Spirit” and
in the evening the theme will be “Church
Methods of Money Getting,” with special
reference to church fairs. Sunday school
at 12:15, after the m oruing service.
"Presbyterian church, corner of Sixth
and Franklin streets. Rev. ’l‘. J. Lamont
pastor. Servmes at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Morning subject, “The Reasonableness of
God’s Claims on Man." Evening subject,
“Scenes From the Life of Noah."
Young peoples’ meeting at 7 p.
m. Sunday school at 12:20 p. m.
At the evenin§ services the Ipastor is giv
inga series of ectures on 0d Testament
Characters. There Wlll be three lectures on
Noah. These will involve the discussion
of some very interesting scientific ques—
tions.
PERSONALITIES. ,
Mrs. I. 0. Ellis is Visiting friends in Se
attle. . .
George B. Scammell is still confined to
the house.
Mrs. Weekes and mother left yesterday
for a trip down the Sound.
Owen Bush was in the city today.
Mrs. P. C. Hennig, of Portland, is a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Lee.
H. J. Brown, more familiarly known as
“San Diego’f Brown, is in thecity. He will
leave this evening for his home in Port
land.
A. A. Barton, R. S. Bingham, O. N.
Young, Judge W. H. Oalkins and D. D.
Calkins, of Tacoma, are at the Olympia.
H. B. Lind and T. J. Barnard, of Seattle
and Wm. H. Pope. of Washington, D. 0.,
are at the Olympia.
D. P. Ballard. the well-known attorney,
is in the city today. .
Programme of the Unitarian Bazaar.
The programme for the Unitarian Ba
zaar, Dec. Ist, is as follows:
Quarte tte—"Queen of the Night,” Mrs.
Chlillberg, Mis Bly, Messrs. Harris and
Hi .
Reading—Selected, Mr. Stone.
Vocal Solo— “Im Tiefen Keller,” Mr.
Hill.
Scene from Schiller’s “Mary, Queen of
Scots’7—Misses Stone and Moore.
Song in Costume—“ The Only Lotta.”
Vocal Solo—selected, Miss Bly.
Chariot Race—Ben Hur, Miss Sternberg.
BlVocal Duet—« Mrs. Simenson and Miss
y.
Quartette— Vogel’s Waltz, Miss Fitch,
Miss Bly, Mr. Hill, Mr. Harris.
For City Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself as acandidate
for city treasurer at the coming election.
tf GEO. B. HARTMAN.
Candidate for Re-election.
EDITOR TRIBUNE:
Please announce my name is a. candi;
date for re-election to the office of city‘
treasurer for the ensuing year. .
Respectfully yours, 1
Jos. CHILBERG.
Candidate lor Treasurer.
Upon the urgent request of numerous
friends, L. F. enderson has consented to
be a candidate for the office of city treas
urer. It is thought that he will make a.
vigorous contest for the office.
A Great Sale.
Ladies .who have not purchased their
‘winter millinery will now get great bar
gains. Trimmed bats are reduced from $1
to $3, and all other goods accordingly at.
Mrs. J. Wright’s millinery parlors, corner
of Jefferson add Fourth streets. Ladies
don’t fail to call and see for yourself the
unparalled bargains. n2B-tf
Monday Morning,
tell your grocer to send you up a sack of
Davis‘ Best Flour. made in the capital
city. You want to try it. Telephone. No.
98. ‘
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the iron fence
around the Public Square will be sold at Public
Auction, Saturday, Nov. 28th, at 11:00 o’clock, 8..
m., in front of Columbia Hall. The city re»
serves the right to reject all oflera under 50
cents per foot. GEO. SAVIDGE,
nov2s-3‘. City Marshal. ‘
OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY. NOV. 28, 1891.
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America of tartar baking powder. High}
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Government Food Report.
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Improved Olympia Real Estate
111 sums of SSOO and upwards. Inquire of the
Puget. Sound savings Bank, 2422 Pa
(ntic avenue. Tacoma, Wash.
. W ANTED.
A GIRL to do housework. Inquire at 1222
Adams street. n27-t1
IN IELLIGEN T middleaged lady as house
keeper. Address, Box 641, City. u25-3td
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SEWING. Terms reasonable. Address through
postoflice. Ella M. Sweet. n24—3t
LADY of experience wants small children to
take care of by the month. Address A. 0.,
this oflice. 1123-tf
FOR RENT.
__—_-——_—_____
A NICELY furnished and pleasantly located
room for rent. Apply at Olympia News
Co., Fourth st. n2B-tf
ROOMS —gentlemeu. Corner of Main and
Eighth streets. Reference required. n3tf
Wm
Jefferson sts. a29tf
FURNISHED apartments on Adams street, be
tween Sixth and Seventh st. Mrs. Follans
bee. s;th
AN eight room house on Main street near
Eighteenth. Newly papered and painted
and in thorough repair. Apply at this ailice.
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AN EARNING. The iiuder will please return
to this ofiice. 1t
FOR SALE.
Glfi-Epersjf’l‘fi_ifareuua iii) cents per
hundred.
TRAVELERS’ GUIDE
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Tacoma and Portland Passenger.
LeavcsPortland...... .............10:45 a.m
Arrive from Portland via Gate City..... 4:45 p.m
Leaves for Tacoma and Seattle. . .. .. .. ..4:50 p.m
Leaves Tacoma for Olympia. . . . . . . .. . . .11 :10 p.m
Arrive from Tac0ma.....................12:’0.5a.m
Leaves for Portland via Gate City. . .. .. 1 :00 am
Arrive at Portland. 700 am
MONTESANO PASSENGER.
Leave Tacoma. 8:10 a.m Lv Montesano..2:4s p.m
Lv Olympia... 0:32 ain’Lv Olympia. . . .4:50 p.m
Ar Moutesano. 11:25a.m Ar Tacoma... ~6:00 p.m
CHEHALIS PASSENGER.
Lv Chehalis. . . 7:00 a.m Lv Tacoma... .. 3:55 p.m
Lv Olympia... 8:37 a.m Lv Olympia... .5:20 p.m
Ar Tacoma. . . .10:00 a.m Ar Chehalis... .7:00 p.m
Port Townsend Southern.
NUMBER ONE.
Leave.........., ...01ympia........... 9240 mm
Arrive...............Tenin0. ............10;30 am
NUMBER TWO.
Leave...............Tenin0............10:50am
A1‘rive...............0]ympia............11:50 a.m
NUMBER 'rHsEE.
Leave................01ympia.......... 3:50p.m
Arrive... Tenin0........... 4:50p.m
NUMBER FOUR.
Leave.......... .....Tenino 4:05p.m
Arrive5.............()1ympia...... 5:55 p.m
On Sunday the morning train leaves at 9 :40 a.m.
and remains at Tenino until 4 :05 p.m.,arriving in
Olympia at 5:55 p.m. The morning train makes
close connection with the Northern Pacific to
Portland and the evening train meets the train
from Portland.
Steamers Lines.
, Multnomah arrives from Tacoma at 10;30 a.m.,
j retiiruiug, leaves at 1 p.m. for Tacoma. and Se
; a t e.
‘ Clara Brown leaves Olympia Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday at 9 a.m. for Tacoma and Se
attle. Returning, leaves Mondays, Wednesdays
, and Fridays at 5:30 R’lVm'
1 For Shelton, the illie leaves daily except
1 §unday at 8:00. a.m. Returning, arrives here at
. _ .m
, lilor Kamilohie, and Shelton—Doctor leaves
daily at 8 o’clock; returning. arrives at 12 o’clock
noon.
'ALL ABOUT THE MAILS.
MAIL DEPARTURES.
DAILY.
Grays Harbor and Coast points. . . . . . . . . .9:15 a.m
Tacoma (Pouch Direcg...... 8:00a.n1
Tumwater, Tenino an all points south 9:15 am
Eastern states and all points east and
north 4:15p.m
All points south, also states east and
south 7:oopm
Pickering, weekly, Saturday. ...... .. . . 8:00 a.m
Kamilche and S elton, daily except
5unday............................. 12:00 p.m
ARRIVALS.
DAILY.
Points in Oregon, southern and north
western and eastern Washington. . 4:40 p.m
Northwestern 5tate5.................... 9:32a.m
Grays Harbor and Coast points. .. . 4:40 p.m
Tumwater and Tenino...... 5:50 p.m
Kamilche and Shelton, daily except
5unday.............. 12:30pm
Pickering, week1y......,.,.............. 11:00 am
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SIOOO REWARD '
For any case he fails to cure coming» under his
treatment by following his directions.
PRIVATE DISEASES OF MEN
a special study and firsctice for men; icerspver
‘ 4000 treated yearly. eeent cases 0 RIVATE
DISEASES cured n a, short time. ULCEERS, TU
MERE. BLOTCHES on the face orbody cured 4
without giving mercury or other wiggle. ld t- ‘
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Mlddle AgEd and Old M 3" eran 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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years to 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.
BATARHH head, throat lung. heart, stomach.
,livor and kidney iseases instantly
relieved and permanently cured by latest New
York Hospital Methods.
RUPTURE—PiIes, fistula, varicole, hydrocele
and all swellings and tenderness
quickly cured.
Bend 10 cents in stamps for Medical Guido.
Hours, 9 mm. to 9 p.m. Direct all mail to 780
Pacific avenue. Tacoma. Wash.
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Now ready for business in their new and elegant quarters,
with the largest stock in their line.
Chilberg Block, Main Street, Olympia.
Springer & White
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The Best, Cheapest aned Cleanest Fuel.
THOMAS HEACOCK AND A. D. GLOYER, Exclusive Agents.
Dealers in all kinds of iuel. Orders left at R. FROST’S store will receive prompt attention.
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Carriages, Buggies. Road Carts, Plows, Etc.
Agricultural Implements of Every Description.
EDOLUMBIA, NEAR FIFTH STREET."
STATE PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY
‘ Book : and : Job :' Printing : Specialties.
Northeast G In: of Fourth and Adams street, Olympla, \Vasllington
g-MARR & ROSS£+
Dealers in drugs, medicines, fine toilet soa s, brushes and perfumery.
Choice domestic and Key West cigars.
Olympia ~ ~ ~ W ashington
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[Undertakers and Funeral Dlrectors‘
} Especial Attention Given to Embalming for Shipment. -0”-
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Rooms 13 and 14, Woodmff 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.
BREWER & WRIGHT
Dressed Beef, M utton, Veal, Po rk,
POULTRY, ETC., ETC.
Telephone No. m. Office and Salesroom, 622 Fourth st.
AT T. 81 KS
Only about three weeks left before Christmas, and a
good many ladies are rushing around for fancy work materi
als. There is always some dear friend who appreciates a
hand-made article more than anything else. That is why
our Fancy Work Department is crowded daily—it is such a
fine treat to look over our stock of pretty things.
Of course that department is one of our specialties—in
fact, it is the only one in the city. Then you can find a com
plete stock of Embroidery and Knitting Silks, Chenilles,_
‘Aresenes, Wools, Pon Pons, Cord, Tinsels, Stamped and
Unstamped Linens; and in connection with it a full range of
Shades in Fancy Silks, ,Satins and Plushes.
‘ Another department which has a great run is the Cloak
iDepartment. Busy there always. It is astonishing what a
lot of garments we have sold. Still our stock seems as large
ias ever. We are still selling our Long Cloaks at the same
outrageously low prices“! 1310 buys the best coat in the house.
tin that connection we include all garments formerly sold
iabove sls. For $5 one can buy an excellent cloak now,
which is worth more than double this amount. .
Our Overcoat Sale will be continued another week. This
will give all who failed to attend last week, another oppor—
tunity. We must again impress our gentlemen friends, that
every overcoat in stock has been reduced from % to % of its
regular price. ’ I ' -
Toklas&Kaaiman
«FURNITURE»
Your : Own : Price!
I will close out regardless of cost all goods taken
from the warehouse at the time of the fire, consist
ing of common kitchen drop leaf, treasure and ex—
tension tables, kitchen sales, bedroom suits, bed—
steads of all descriptions, desks, garden seats and
chairs and woven wire mattresses. Parties wishing
to get a bargain should not miss this chance, as the
goods must be sold.
Corner of Main and Third Street
Wg‘firfiofiejnd live to dye. Regime we dye thfiflgyfi liLe
CAPITAL ,
207 Main St, opposite Young‘s Hotel.
Ladies’ and Gents’
010 thing Cleaned, _
Dyed and Repaired.
Curtains and Blankets—Wm
ALL WORK GUARANTEED 0R NO_CHARGE_
W. D. ROBERTSON, Prop.

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