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( ILI M PIA TRI BU Nh. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT summvt 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. In. Those received af ter that hour will be changed the following day. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : DAILY. One year, bymai1...........1....i.i........ $7 00 Sixmonths, by mail 350 Three months, by mai1...“.1......‘....... 200 Delivered by carrier, per Week.......r ~ 25 Delivered by carrier, per month“... ~. .. 1 00 Single copies 5 WEEKLY. 0neyear,bymai1............i..............150 Six months, by mai1..........1... 1 00 Threemonths by mai1,........ 50 Invariably in advance. Address: THE TRIBUNE. lolympil, Wash. J. MILLSPAUGH, Business Manager. OLYh/IP IA .. . Capllai of State of Washmgtnn. Population 8500. IT is said that there will be no printed ‘ ticket “put up job” at the Second ward : meeting tonight. ‘ _— Boss SICKELS is determined that his friend Sam Percival shall be nominated for councilman at large. WHILE the "gold cure” is being used with varying success in cases of alcoholism conservative people down South, says the New York Advertiser, still cling to the lead cure for watermelon and chicken klepto— mania. Never yet has there been found a case so stubborn that it would not yield to the leaden treatment. ——___ THE destruction by ﬁre last night of the ﬁne steamship Eastern Oregon is to he re gretted, and that a human being should have lost his life in the ﬂames is especially deplorable. The steamer had just arrived from Seattle to go on the gridiron here to have the outside of her hull scraped and painted. THE New York Advertiser says: “New York did not get the republican conven tion, and neither did Tacoma. Still Ta coma had a chance. She did not have a. iournalistic Wild Man of Borneo to advo cate her claims." This evidently refers to Brother Shepard, of the Mail and Express. Why does Colonel Cockerlll speak so zool ogically of a brother editor? IT was a “job” last year with the prima ries and it isa “job” this year without primaries.—Mornxng Iser. The galled jade winces, but tells the truth for once. Last year the printed tickets --ol names for the primaries were kept out of sight until within an hour of the opening of the polls, and one of the cit izens of the Second ward who had a hand in it, was the instigator of the printed ticket dodge at the Second ward meeting Monday night. THE TRIBUNE will always be found opposing any attempts at unfair ness at the ballot box. The republican party has been striving for years to purify the ballot. _W CURIIDUS WEATHER. The month of November just passed was an exceptionally warm and rainy month, in Olympia, the mean temperature having been two degrees above the average and the rainfall 4.62 inches above the average for fourteen years. The highest temperature was 61 on the night of the 3d, and the low est, 29, on the morning of the 16th. The extreme range of temperature for the month was 32 degrees. The greatest range of temperature for any day was 14 degrees on the 10th and 12th. the least was 2 degrees on the 26th. Taking the month by decades, the mean temperature of the ﬁrst ten days was 51.2 during this period the rainfall was 7.54 inches, 70 per cent. of that for the whole month. For the second ten days the mean temperature was 42.0 and the rainfall 2.19 inches. The mean temperature for the third ten days was 48.1 and rainfall, 1.10. The amount of rainfall in the ﬁrst ten days was 1.33 inches more than the average for the ,whole month, for fourteen years. There have been two years in the last fifteen years in which November rain equalled that of this November, viz: 1877 and 1878, in which years there were 19.88 inches and 11.05 inches respectively. The least rain fall of any November was 0.71 inches in 1890. Last month was also the warmest in ﬁfteen years, the coldest being 1880, when the mean temperature was 39.8. The pre vailing direction of the wind was south west. Total number of miles of wind,l 2776, [making an average hourly velocity ‘ for the month of 3.9 miles. The highest velocity of wind was twenty-fourmiles, from west, on the 9th of the month. There were twenty-three cloudy days, seven partly cloudy and no cloudless days. The rain fell on twenty-four days. Following are the mean temperatures and rainfall for other places for November: Spokane, 40 degrees, 1.50 inches of rain; Walla Walla, 46 degrees, 1.50 inches; Portland, 49 degrees, 5.70 inches; Astoria, 50degrees, 15.20 inches; Aberdeen, 49 degrees, 19.96 inches. MoNKEYING. If the statement of Councilman John Miller Murphy, made in the city council last evening, was correct, and we see no reason to doubt it, there is an evident in tention on the part of George Marvin Sav age, president of the Olympia Street Rail way company, to wear out the patience of the people of Olympia fora. longer period than was expected, with the miserable street car service on Main and Fourth streets. The councilman said Mr. Savage had informed him that he could “keep the matter in the courts for two years.” It is quite certain that the two red pneumonia. boxes on wheels, number 2 and number 4, will last buta few months longer, and if Mr. Savage is going to keep us in suspense for two years, by the law’s delay, it will be nec essary to purchase two more bobtail boxes and additional hat rack horses to pull them. One of the councilmen last night in the debate on the proposed purchase of, the line by‘ Mr. Russell, of Seattle, ex pressed the opinion that Mr. Savage “had nothing to sell.” He is mistaken in that. The two streaks of iron rust, the two red boxes with the windows knocked out and one pair of spavined horses ought to bring one or two hundred dollars. There ought tube a subscription started to raise enough money for that purpose. but then it is ex pected that Savage would want several thousand dollars for the “plant.” Seri ously, it looks as if the expiring council will do nothing toward rapid transit in Olympia. The ﬁrst thing the new city council ought to do is to fort‘eit Mr. Sav age’s franchise. The state capital ought not to be disgraced with such an apology for a street railway. * CANDY FOR C HRISTMAS. How to Make Sweetmeats for the Lit tle Ones at Home. Old Fashioned Molasses Caundy.—Four cups molasses, cup sugar, half cup vine gar, one ounce butter, one teaspoonful soda; boil the molasses, vinegar and sugar to gether, stirring often until a little dropped from a spoon will harden ii cold water; add the butter and soda, pour into but tered platters. and when cool enough toi handle, pull with buttered linger tips until ‘ white. This makes good tatfy into which 1 to stir nuts of any sort. Butter Scotch.»—’l‘hree cups of sugar, three tablespoonfuls water, one tablespoon ful butter boil without stirring until it will harden in cold water. Pour into but tered platters and mark with a. knife into squares as it cools. ‘ Chocolate Caramels. —— Four cupfuls brown sugar, halfcupful water. one cupi‘ul grated chooulate, two tablespoonfuls but ter; boil until a little will harden in water, stir until it begins to grow ﬁrm. then turn into buttered pans and mark into squares. Cream Candy.-—Four cupfuls white su gar, half cupful cold water; boil without stirring until it crisps in water, add a. tea spoont'ul of cream tartar and ﬂavoring to taste and pull until white. John Morrissey’s H rutitude. San Francisco Chronicle: ”Few people know.” said John K. Rickey, of Missouri, yesterday, at the Palace, that John Morri sey was a man in whom the ﬁner feelings were very largely developed. He felt keenly the reproaches which were heaped upon him because of his having been a gambler and a prize ﬁghter, and he told me that when he was elected by congress from New York City he made up his mind to show to the world that he could rise above his antecedents. When he took his seat id the chamber of the house of repre senqatives he felt that he was looked upon cold-1y by his associates on the ﬂoor, but instead of attempting to resent it he main tained a discreet silence and paid not the slightest heed to what was gomg on about him. On the second dag: of the session, he informed me, a tall, sta ely old gentleman walked up to his desk, and extending his hand, asked: “Is this Mr. Morrissey?” “It is,” was the respense. “Then I must conoratulate you, sir. upon your election, 8.1151 am proud to wel come you here.” “‘That old man,’ said Morrissey, in a broken voice, was the famous Thad Ste vens and that meeting was the proudest moment of my life.”’ New York’s Benefactor. From the Cincinnati Times—Star: When Mr. Tilden began to grow old he had in‘ his bachelor‘s household a quiet little girl, the granddaughter of his sister. The little girl was fond of reading, and used to read to the old lawyer, whose eyes, no doubt, often rested upon her benignantly. Years ran by; the astute lawyer carefullfy planned a great gift to the pub ic in the crux of a library; and in the fullness of years was gathered to the majority. His will, like many others containing a grand scheme of benevolence, proved to be but a piece of waste paper. The old man’s cherished life design was about to fail, when the quiet little girl. now grown to womanhood, stepped in without demonstration, as usual, and bestowed $2,000,000 of her share of the Tilden estate upon the library as planned. It is a noble act, and the name of Laura Pelton Hazard deserves to be memorable. On the walls of the Tiiden Library there should be a painting of the old lawyer with the quiet little child read ing to him. Wood and Bark. All kinds of dry wood and bark for sale by the undersigned, sizes to order. JOHN D. Rmea. Oiﬁce at Foster (it. Laberee's. Tel. 3. Cheap Rates. For cheapest rates to St. Paul, Milwau kee, Kansas City, Chicago and all points East and South,api)£y to J. 0. Percival, agent Union Paciﬁc . R. n24tf, Why Ship in ﬂour and feed when you can buly home production from the Capital Mils Tuinwater. Telphone 98. _ “German Syrup” The majority of well-read phys icians now believe that Consump tion is a germ dis‘ease. In other words, instead of being in the con stitution itself it is caused by innu merable smail creatures iiving in the lungs having no business there and eating them away as caterpiliars do the leaves of trees. A Germ The phlegm that is coughed up is those Dlsease. parts of the lungs which have been gnawed off and destroyed. These little bacilli, as the germs are called, are too small to be seen with the naked eye, but they are very much alive just the same, and enter the body in our food, in the air we breathe, and through the pores of the skin. Thence they get into the blood and ﬁnally arrive at the lungs where they fasten and increase with frightful rapidity. Then German Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills them, expells them, heals the places they leave, and so nourish and soothe that, in a short time consump tives become germ-proof and well. a PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. m DR. M. L. ADAMS, office rooms E, Chambers block. Residence, Third street. between Tullis and Bethel street, Eastside. Oliice hours, 10_to 12 and 2 to 5 p.m. _____.____._________ GEO. S. ARMSTRONG, M. D., L. R. C. 8., (Edin. Ofﬁce Chambers’ block, residence, Olympia. Hotel, Telephone no. 1. “M DR. HAL M. WYMA N, Physician and SH)“ geon—Oﬂ‘ice hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p.m. Chilberg block, Olympia. Telephone No. 23. M DR. E. A. JACKMAM. Oﬂice and residence, Hale Block. » m DR. GEO. W. INGHAM—Otﬁce, Turner Block. corner Fourth and Main streets. _ mm DR. KINCAID, oﬂice over Toklas dz Kauf man’s. Residence. cor J eﬂ'erson and 18th sts. Olympia, Wash. ‘ “—“—‘—_‘_“‘——_l DR. J. F. WATT, oﬂiee, rooms 4 and C, Cham- 1 bers’ block. Residence between Franklin and Tenth street. Oﬂice hours, 10 to 12 e. 111., 2 to 4 and 7toß p. 111. Telephone 62. N C P. JENTO, M. D. C. M. Oiﬁee, Chambers . Block, Ofﬁce hours, 10 to 12; 21:0 5; 7to 9. Telephone .No. 30. 4 —-—-——__—____ F DENTISTS. EM A B. WOODARD, dentist, Main street, Cham . bers’ block. m P H. CARLYON, D. D. 8., dental rooms cor . ner Main and. Fifth, opposite Odd Fellows’ block. M_ A S. OLIVER, surgeon dentist. Teeth ex . trscted withoutfsin. Gold plates crown and bridge work a spec slty. Olliee in étusrts ' cwornler corner Main and Sixth streets Olympia. as . :: OLYMPIA. WAVSHINGT‘ON WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2, 1891. The Full Prospectus of Notable Features for 1892 and Specimen Copies will be sent Free. Brilliant Contributors. Articles have been written expressly for the coming volume by a host of eminent men and women, among whom are " "7’“, The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone. Count Ferdinand de Lesseps. Andrew Carnegie. Cyrus W. Field. The Marquis of Lorne. --Justin McCarthy, M. P. Sir Lyon Playfair. —Frank R. Stockton. Henry Clews.—Vasili Verestchagin. - W. Clark Russell. —The Earl of Merlin—Dr. Lyman Abbott; Camilla Urso.—Mrs. Henry M. Stanley, and One Hundred Others. The Volume for 1892 will Contain Nine Illustrated Serial Stories. :00 Stories of Adventure. The Best Short Stories] Articles of Practical Advice. Sketches offl‘ravel. Hints on Self=Education.' Glimpses of Royalty. Popular Science Articles; Household Articles. 3‘ Railway Life and Adventure. Charming Children’s Page. Natural History Papers. 700 Large Pages. Five Double Holiday Numbers. Illustrated Weekly Supplements. Nearly 1000 Illustrations. .. FREE TO JAN. i, [892. - - A Yard To New Subscribers who will cut out and send us this slip with name Is In and address and $1.75 we will send The Companion Free to Jam, 1892, and for a Full Year from that Date. This offer includes the THANKS , GIVING, CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR’S Double Holiday Numbers. ’ We will also send a. copy ofn. beautiful painting, entitled “A YARD 01“ at R ROSES.” Its production has cost TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. and $1 75 I Send Check. Postozﬁce Order, or Registered Letter at our risk. Address. I I 117 THE YOpTH'S CQMPANIQV, ‘Boston, Mass. 77 7 PROFESSIONAL. W J. MILROY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.- Room No. 1, - - Chilberg Block. . Main street, Olympia. A P. FITCH O ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rooms 2 and 3, . - Turner Block. OLYMPIA. WASH. ; Wm. S. Church Dav E. Baily. Chas. E. Laughton. BAILY, LAUGHTON & CHURCH ‘ ATTORNEYS AT LAW. } Rooms 5 and 6 - Talcott Block, Main street, Olympia. 'r. v. EDDY, M. J. GORDGN EDDY & GORDON ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OLYMPIA. - - WASHINGTON. ‘ ALLEN, AYER & FRANKLIN ‘ Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. ‘ Rooms 5, 6 and 7 - - - Horr’s Block, I OLYMPIA, WASH. ' MILO A ROOT. JOHN R MITCHELL ‘ ROOT & MITCHELL ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW Ofﬁce rooms 2 and 3, Odd Fellows Temple, V OLYMPIA, WASHJ HOMER C. ATWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW. Turner Block, corner Main and Fourth st. OLYMPIA, WASH. J C. RATHBUN I LAWYER AND JUSTICE OF PEACE. Prompt attention given to collections. Lands rendered and taxes Raid for non-res idents. Conveyancing. ents collected. South side Fourth st., between Main and Columbia. Choice residence lots for sale. FRANCIS HENRY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Proprietor of Thurston county abstract, the oldest in the state. OLYMPIA - - - WASH. E B. SIMMONS O ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rooms 14 and 15. - - - Stuart Block. OLYMPIA. WASH. JOHN C KLEBER LAWYER. Turner Block, Cor. Fourth and Main St. OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON. O V. LINN . ATTORNEY AT LA W, Williams’ Block, OLYMPIA - - - WASH. NDIIGB of Munlcmal EIEBIIOH. Notice is hereby given to the qualiﬁed elcc» tors of the city 0 Olympia, pursuant to the pro visions of Section 2, Ordinance No. 563, that the annual municipal election will be held in the city of Olympia, on Tuesday the Bth day of De— cember, 1891, for the election of the following City Ofﬁcers for the ensuing term: Mayor, l Treasurer, Assessor, Health Oilicer, Councilmen at-large, one Councilman from the First Ward, one Councilman from the Second Ward and one l Councilman from the Third Ward. The several voting places and the inspectors and judges of election in the several precincts of the ity as ﬁxed and named by the City' Council are as follows; to—wit: First Ward, at City Hall building, Inspector, ﬁ' $1 I(ghambers. . . oung, Judges, 6 N. S. Porter. Second Ward, at Union Street School building, Inspector, W. F. Keady. Jud es S. E. Barr, g ' 3 Olaf B. Frisch. Third Ward, at Grosvenor building on Fourth Street. Inspector, s‘, I]; ﬁansdale. . . auna, Ju‘igeS’ f R. H. Jones. Dated at Olympia, this 27th day of Nov., 1891. ‘ A. L. CALLOW, n27—ti City Clerk. W “I A. ROGERS ‘ o CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Estimates made on application. OLYMPIA - - - - ‘ WASH. J W. ROBERTS O CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. ‘ Ofﬁce ﬁttings counters, shelving and all igobbing promptiy attended to. Estimates u'rnished on application. P. 0. box 177. OLYMPIA, WASH. ‘ DO YOU:DESIRE TO BUILD AEIOME ‘! If so, subscribe ior'atock 1n the Olympia Buildingdz Loan Association, an organiza tion conﬁned exclusively to Thurston 00. Capital stock, 5500;000; par value S2OO. Monthly Tpayments, sl. Trustees~ .C. Van ﬁpgs, J. R. Chaplin, Jo seph Chilherg, John c lennan, E. W. An drews, C. J. Lord, Homer 0. Atwell, S. C. Wood ruﬁ‘ and A. W. Wisner. Let us see what it will cost you on the sup position that your stock will be worth par 11 seven years: With ﬁve shares of stock and on approved se curity, you will be entitled toaloan of SIOOO. Your monthly dues will be $5 and your monthly interest will be SB, making a total monthly pay ment of sl3. Your total monthly payments for seven years will be $1,092. To this we will add as the result of competitive bidding, a premium of say 15 per cent., or 5150, making the total geld by you in seven years 31,242, from which de net i the amount you received, SI,OOO, and we have ‘the total interest paid bﬂ you in seven years, a $242. You will see that t is is a triﬂe less than 3% per cent. per annum. , No Building and Loan Association located lontside of our own city and pretending to do business here can oi‘ier the same security and beneﬁts that our local Association can give to investors, and we would request all persons in tending to take stock in outside Associations to , investigate our methods before investing. ‘ Foreign Associations are generally operated not with the intention of making loans, but rather with the expectation that holders of stock away from the home ofﬁce will forfeit their in vestments to a few managing members. Our Trustees are all elected at home from among our our members, and each stockholder isentitlcd to one vote for every share owned by 11111. Our ofﬁcers are under proper bonds, and our books are always open for the inspection of all stockholders. Further information will be furnished on ap plication. :A. W. WISNEK, Secretary, 303 Fourth street. A. 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