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. GRu S P Jgin 5.50 chains ,
east o%'s’flh¥hwest corner of
above claim, east 20.32
chains,. north 11.56 chains,
vest 20.32 chains, north 9.84
‘ \gmins, west 5.52 chains,
\ , uth 14.12 chains, east 5.50
chains, goth 7.28 chains to
beguiling—s 4.94 acre5.........536 00 $1 80 $37 80
MgAS GALLIHER'S DONATION CLAIM.
| C Lacey and H L Forrest:
Begin 8 chains north of
southeast corner of Pascal
Riohfldfs donation claim,
' east 7 find 1-10 chains, north
7.85 chains, west 7 and 1~100
01mins, south 7.85 chains to
\Peginning—é and 7—lo acres.. 684 33 717
1 . C H HALE’S DONATION CLAIM.
eorge M Savage: Begin at
northeast corner of that cer
tain 10 acre tract in Hale’s
donation claim deed to C A
, McKenny in 1869, south 3.75
chains, cost 5433 chains,
north 3.75 chains, West 533
sinstobeginning—2acres 21 00 105 22 05
snac Dillon: Begin 9.99%
, chains east and 1.87% chains
3 south of southwest corner a
; tract of land deeded to A
7 Howard, east 1.66% chains,
_ south 1.871/2 chains, west
, 1.66% chains, north to place
1 of beginning—4s74oo acre..... 420 21 42]
, L Powell: Begin at 51.26
ohms east of northwest
corner of C H Hale’s dona
‘ tion claim, south 1107 feet,
east 1190 feet more or less to
. a, line running north and
south~through section 12,
uprfign said line 1107 feet
nm or less to north line of
said claim, west 1190 feet to
beginifing—3o.6 acre5...........150 00 7 50 157 50
. lex Howard estate: Begin
at so ‘theast corner of Se— '
bree‘g” addition south 100
feet to north of fiale’s dona
tion claim, west 3380 feet to
meanaer line, north along
moan er line 115 and 5-10 ,
feet to south line of Sebree’s 3
addition, east 3380 feet—B.so
*' acres 48 00 240 50 40
kc Fairchilds: Begin 6.661/2
chains east and 1.87%
chains south of southwest
‘ corner of Howard tract, east
- 3.331/4, chains, south 1.871/4
chains, west 3.33% chains,
1 north 1.87% chains to begin
ning—624oo acre................. 390 20 410
Jennie P Munson: Begin 13.33
chainseastof southwest cor
ner of Howard tract, east
2.66ohains,sonth3.7schains,
west 2.66 chains, north 3.75
chufhxsfio beginning............ 600 30 630
$1 MOXLEY CLAIM—SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 18,
, ‘ NORTH, RANGE 2, WEST.
, O R9§mcnsonz Begin at south«
wes Icorner of lot 3, section
. ‘ 454, township 18, north, range
2, west, south 4.075 chains,
1. , east 4.9lleheins, north 4.075
‘ chains, west 4.916 chains, to
,lm, hegrnning~2 acre5......‘........ 14 4O ’72 15 19
’ ~ WMN AYEBS’ DONATION CLAIM.
i ' Wm Sch‘ifike: A piece of land
lying north of the C H Map
. ‘ tenson tract in the W N
9'; Ayers donation c]airn,s.nd .
v west of T C Van Epps‘ tract,
, containing 1 acre 3 18 16 3 34
f E SYLVESTER’S DONATION CLAIM.
)1 James Mei. Wood: Begin at
' southeast corner of a tract
‘ of land sold by E G Beiknap
a; and wife to C H Whitney,
west 14 feet, north 200 feet,
west 50 feet, south 200 feet,
west 50 feet, north 200 feet, »
west 100 feet, north 200 feet, ,
, west 50 feet, north 30 feet,
east 264 feet, south 330 feet,
to beginning“...................... 28 80 144 30 34
Israel M Proctor and James P
Byron: Begin at southwest
corner of Whitney’s tract,
north 300 feet, east 50 feet,
" sugth 300 feet, west 50 feet... 900 45 945
, James Bryant: Begin 164 feet
west of southeast corner of
Whitney’s tract, north 100
feet, east 50 feet, south 100
feet, west 50 feet..‘,.............. 480 24 504
[ Joifik fiStevenson: Begin 64
feet west of southeast corn er
‘ of Whitney’s tract, north 100
feet, east 50 feet, south 100
feet, west 150 feet to begin-
J‘ ping 480 24 504
,Wm art: Begin 100 feet
nort and 64 feet west of
southeast corner of Whit.-
uey’s tract, north 100 feet,
east 50 feet, south 100 feet,
.. west 50 feet 420 41 441
Covington G Bellknap: Begin
at northwest corner of capi
tol grounds, west 3.75 chums
to meander line, south on
meander line 1.30 chains to '
a point 1.25 chains south of
W H Allen‘s piece, east and
west course, east 3 chains to
capitol grounds, north 1.25
chains—l acre 4 20 21 4 41
May L Sylvester: All that cer
tain tract of land lying west
. Qof capitol grounds, and
- bounded on north by land
sold to C G Belknag. and on
the west by Bud ’s Inlet,
3“: south by Messegee’s land,
‘eoutaining also 1 acre.......... 240 12 252
May L Sylvester: All that cer
tain tmet of land lying be
tween Maple Park and south
boundary line of Sylvester’s
/Q-l§;xim west of that tract of
\ Jimd deeded to E J and W H
Allen, and east of Riggs’ ad
dition —7-10 acre 12 00 60 12 00
May L Sylvester: Also begin
_ at northeast corner of lot 7,
QCalkins’ plat, 181.5 feet west,
88 feet south, 181.5 feet east,
88 feet north—hf, acre....{...... 540 27 567
7
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX.
Adams, AA 50 15 $0 01 $0 16
Aldridge, M L 523 25 548
Alexander. G 18 01 19
Allen, ’l‘ N 2 76 14 2 90
Barbee. S H 276 40 316
Barton, 0 M 192 10 202
~ Beck & Cimps 3 60, 18 378
F, Biekford, Ec2 07 10 217
Billings, ank \V 18 01 19
Billings, Jeannette M.............. 2 52 15 267
figillings, \V'i11ia.m..........1.,....... 369 18 387
ragg, J F 03 04 97
Burnes, Jl3 92 90 14 82
~ -anllou, L A 1 23 06 1 29
Butler, G H 15 05 16
Byrne, F 114 05 119
“Capital Lumber Company...... 3 (i 0 19 3 79
Capital Hardware Company... 24 96 125 26 21
Chambers, .1 \V 204 10 214
Clansens, Rev Father.............. 59 03 6'2
(.‘ohn, Mrs S 2 10 11 2 21
Gordon & [to 3 60 18 3 78
, (lormier, L 8 34 42 8 76
(lonles, H D 15 01 16
Crawford, J W 2 '7O 14 284
Cullen, Wi11iam”..................... 52 02 51
Darling, W J 30 01 31
Diven, RevC L 81 01 85
Engleman, E V 1 20 06 126
Foster, George II 150 08 158
Gel], Robert 1 62 08 1 70
Golf, AJ C 9 15 45 9 60
Grimm, Jul.n 09 01 10
Hall, Mrs 30 01 31
Han50n,Ant0n...“................1.. 09 01 10
Horned, 8enjamin1........1........ 117 06 123
Hartman, Louis )1 4 33 21 4 59
Hepp, Wi11iam........................ 3 97 20 4 17
Hildebrandt, Wi11iam............ 33 02 35
Hogin, Slt 45 ()2 47
Howard, 1“ A and M L...... 14 (ii 73‘ 15 34
Hunter, C M 228 11 239
Hutchinson, J L 90 01 94
Jacobson, Hans P 162 08 170
Johnson, Gunder H 96 05 101
Johnson & Lo 390 20 4 10
' Jones, Burt; 06 01 07
Jones, George LlB 48 92 19 40
Jordan, 01’ 105 05 110
’ Kearney, Jame 5.1...........,........ 480 24 504
Kee, Hong Xok 600 30 (i 30
Kellogg, 0 W 39 02 41
‘ Kelly, Mary 420 21 w 4 41
Kleber, John C 30 O 2 32
Knox, J D 192 09 201
Krolin, Chas 174 09 183
Laird, Wi11iam“...................... 11 52 58 12 10
Lawton, George E 150 08 158
Leavenworth, CF3I 05 155 32 60
Liberman, 118 06 90 18 96
Loomis, 1321110.......................... 108 05 113
Mackintosh, Alice E.............. 100 05 105
Multon, N 300 15 315
Martensen, Marie C................ 504 25 529
Martin & McCarty................... 480 24 504
Mason, 0 Z 2 64 13 2 77
Muttison Wa1ter..................... 15 84 75 16 58
Melintosli & 0’8rien.........1..... 120 06 126
Nears, John P 3 18 16 3 34
Mouys, J H 345 17 362
Millard, JRIO 95 54 11 49
Miller & 5tringer..................... 426 21 447
Moore, 0 M 5 49 26 5 75
Moulthrop, I S 153 08 161
Munroe, E 150 08 158
Munroe, J A 15 01 16
Murray, J N 18 01 19
Nelson &Co 4 80 24 5 01
Nelson & F0rbe5..................... 600 30 630
Nenflbr, Paul H 2 46 12 2 58
Nickel Bros 177 08 185
Nominenson, Chri5.............1... 6 72 34 7 ()6
O’Brien, Mrs J E 462 23 485
Olympia News Company......i. 324 16 340
Olympia Passenger, Baggage
&Tra.nsfer C 0 32 70 164 34 34
Olympia Foundry & Machine
‘ Co 7 80 39 8 19
Olympia Abstract & Title In
, sum 0 "o 840 42 882
()Ing Gray's Harbor
> lecm 165 08 173
Olympia Publishing C 0.......... $3 30 $0 17 $3 47
Olympia Marble W0rk5........... 450 23 473
Olympia ’1‘ribuue.‘.................. 900 45 945
Olympia Railway Qom any... 35 05 175 36 80
Olympia. Lodge No 1, Fii A M.. 240 12 252
O&CVRRCo,and PT S R
R. 00142 50 7 12 149 02
Owings, N H 135 06 141
Pacific Postal Telegraph Cum. 210 10 220
Parker, Th0ma5...................... 24 01 25
Parrot, Mrs M 360 18 378
Percival, JC33 39 1 (i 735 06
Prerfich,olms 06 01 07
Pl‘:Ltc,Jumes H 312 15 2 ‘27
Prickmuu, R J 372 19 391
Reynolds, Ge0rge..1.......1......1.. 120 06 126
Roberts, Gl’ 43 o'3 50
Robinson, J W 633 31 661
Rogers, A D 2 10' 11 227
Ross, Abbie N 66 03 69
Roucagliml Ll 2 Q) 105 05 110
Savage, George M 90 01 94
Schlcr. John, byl Liberman... 11 7G 58 12 34
Shazer, W b 15 01 16
Shelton, J B 300 1:3 315
Shoecmft. R B 300 15 315
Share & Farduh1.............4....... 90 01 SH:
Simonson, OR2I 42 107 22 49
Simx-nson. Hattie J 295 30 325
Sisters of Charity.........,........... 738 3G 771
Smith, liminm‘d B 18 01 19
Smith, S ’J‘ 63 03 56
Smith, JH, by ILiberlnan..... 37 20 175 38 9:3
Salomon, Gr W 105 ()5 110
Solomon & Hep 6 04) 30 6 :11)
Stuplelun, l‘llizageth 393 21) 4 1:5
Stemborr. William J.............. 120 00 126
Stnbie, William, by I Liber
mm 18 72 94 19 66
Smdoln, Ge0rge”..................... 99 05 104
same, Sue, by Nellie Ruy....... 150 08 158
Stone, Sue, by May Belmont.., 150 08 158
Stork, S, by R L KoberLson,
:w5ignecn......2........‘........,..... 5 73 29 6 o‘2
Stoxko, J P 2 73 1»! 287
Sun WOO 6; Co 300 ' 15 315
Swan, J M 9 00 45 9 51
_b‘ypher, Davxd 15 0| 16
Tau-oth ons 18 7:") 91 19 (59
Thompson, George E............ 108 05 113
Thompson, ank................... s'! 02 56
Thompson, A W BSS 44 929
Turner, Mrs BB 22 '2O 111 23 31
Tustin, James G 12 01 13
’l‘weden. Savage 6; C 0............. 450 ‘23 473
qul Epps (‘1 H00d................... 600 30 630
Walters, SS 1 86 09 195
Wellington, RH24 69 123 25 92
Western Union Telegraph Co., 210 11 221
Weston, Dom M 55 02 57
Wilson, J H 390 20 410
Wright, Mrs J 3 60 13 378
letis, J V 57 01 58
Notice is hereby given that unless the forego
ing delinquent taxes, together with the genuity,
interest and costs, are paid on or before . an uary
Ist next. that suit will be entered to collect the
same and to foreclose the lien given by law on
the property described for the amount of such
tax, penalty, interest and costs, together with
the costs of suit and an attorney’s fee of $25 on
each complaint filed.
Given under my hand this 28th day of Novem—
ber, 1891. A. P FITCH,
City Attorney.
CROSBY’S MURDER l
I
NEW EVIDENCE BY RESIDENTS OF.
, TUMWATER.
Stowe, the Convicted Murderer, is
Granted a New Trial—lncl
dents in the Case.
[Notice—All decisions of the supreme
court will appear in THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY TRIBUNE.'I
State of Washington, respondent, vs.
George Stowe, appellant.
Between 10 and 11 o’clock on the evening
of the sth of October, 1889, Enoch Crosby,
an inoffensive and respected citizen of the
city of Tacoma, was shot down in cold
blood in the public streets of that city.
The victim of this murderous and fatal as
sault lived long enough to give a briefac—
count ofthe murder. is statement was that
he had:been down to the depot to see some
friends, and on returning home, while
walking quietly along 0 street, two men
stasted out from the side ofthe barn which
fronted on the street, and when within five
or six feet from him, without making any
demands or giving any warning. shot him
through the body with a revolver. That
one of them went in one direction and the
other in an opposite direction.
The motive for this dastardly crime was
never disclosed, as the victim when asked
if they had robbed him, had become so ex—
hausted that he could not answer. This
crime was committed on Saturday. On the
next Wednesday, the 9th of October, the
appellant was arrested on suspicion of hav
ing committed the crime and a day or two
later one Hoyt was also arrested. and there
was a joint information filed against
them, charging them in due form
of law with Crosby's murder. We
have no record of the trial of Hoyt, but
appellant was convicted of murder in the
second degree, and sentenced to imprison
ment in the penitentiary for twenty years,
and apfeals to this court assigning as
error: hat, that the information laws
were not lapplicable to this state, and that
the defen ant was entitled to an indict
ment by the grand jury, the crime having
been alleged to have been committed be
fore the admission of Washington into the
union of states, and before the constitu
tion went into force and effect; Second,
that the evidence does not warrant the ver
dict; and, Third, that a new trial should
have been granted on the ground of newly
discovered evidence. '1 7
The first assignment, though urged at
length from the brief, was not relied upon
at the trial, as that question had lately
been settled adversely to appellant’s con
tention in Lybarger vs. State. With the
View this court entertains as to the third
assignment of error it will not be necessary
to discuss the second. . i
It was claimed by the appellant that he ‘
was in the town of Tumwater, a village be- ‘
tween thirty and forty miles from Tacoma- ‘
on the day on which Crosby was mur,i
dered, pursuing the vocation of an itine
rant tinker, or mender of tinware. That
he was there from Saturday to Sunday‘
morning. And different citizens of Tum
water swore that they saw him‘ there ‘
during the day; and witness Tice, whoi
keeps the hotel at Tumwater, swore ‘
that he stayed in his house on that Satur- i
day night, October sth; that he woke him
up to breakfasa the next morning, Sunday,
and that he ate breakfast there. It seems
there was no register kept at Tice’s hotel.
After the trial and within the time allowed
lowed bylaw, appellant moved the court
for a new trial on the ground that ofnewly
discovered evidence which motion was
overruled. The newlg discovered evidence
on which appellant ased his application
tor anew trial was the affidavlt of Martha
E. Eddy, who swore that the defendant
came to her house in Tumwater, between
the hours of 11 o’clock a.m. and 2 p.m. on
acertain Saturday in October, 1889, after
the commencement of the district school
in Tumwater; that requested work at
mending tinware, and indicated that he
was deaf and dumb. This was followed by
the affidavit of George (ielbach, clerk of
the Tumwater school district, who swore
that the term of school for that year begun
September 30th. And inasmuch as the de
tendantwas arrested on the 9th of Octo
her, and was confined in jail at Tacoma
during the rest of the month of October,
it must necessarily follow that iers. Eddy
saw him on Saturday, in October, it must
have been the first Saturday, or October
sth. There is also the affidavit of Clark
Biles, a resident of Tumwater, who swore
that he was a resident of Tumwater school
district, and that on the first Saturday of l
the school term for the year 1889 he saw
the defendant, a deaf and dumb tinker, or
mender of tinware in the town of Tumwa- 1
ter,betweell2 and3p.m. of said day. It may
be stated in this connection that the atfi-i
davits show that the defendant was in the 3
habit of imgosing himself . upon the com- ‘
munitiesw ere he plied his trade, as a
(leaf and dumb man; claiming that he
could get more work by reason of such
supposed afflictions. Respondent stoutly
insists that this showing was not sufficient,
and cites many cases which announce the
doctrine that applications for a new trial
oh the ground of newly discovered evidence
are regarded with distrust and disfavor.
and that courts require the very strictest
showing of diligence, and all the other
facts necessary to give effect to the claim.
, The rule laid down by Hayne on New
Trial and Appeal, Sec. 88, is as follows:
“First, that tie evidence, and not merely
its materiality, be newly discovered;
isecond, that the evidence be not cumu
‘lative merely; third, that it be
:such as to render a different result
i probable on a retrial of the cause;
fourth, that the party could not
with reasonable diligence have discovered
and produced it at the trial; and, fifth,
that these factt be shown by the best evi
dence of which the case admits.” ,
The code, however Sec. 1105, simplifies
the requirement, and makes the new trial
ad missable for “newly discovered evidence,
material for the party making the applica
|tion, which he could not with reasonable
OL'YMPIA, W.
‘ diligence have discovered and produced at
the trial.”
But, after all is said and done, any at
tempt to lay down rules of construction
for this section is simply an enlargement
in words of the idea so compactly ex
pressed in the statute. If it is material
testimony, it can only be material because
it would strengthen the applicant’s case,
and probably lead to different results; and
if it is material, and applicant could not
have discovered it with reasonable dili~
gence, common justice demands that he
should have the benefit of it. It is true
that applications of this kind are directed ,
largely to the discretion of the court
and great weight must be given to
the judgment of the court with refer
ence to them, still, if this court thinks
that under all the circumstances of the
case, substantial justice has been denied to
the applicant, as we think it has in this
case. We will not hesitate to reverse the‘
ruling. No fixed standard can be estab
lished for the measurement of every case,
no iron bound rule prescribed, but each
case must be governed by the circum
stances surrounding it.
(To be continued.)
OFFICIAL REGISTER.
———o—-
CONGRESSIONAL.
Senator, John B. Allen, Walla Walla.
Senator, Watson 0. Squire, Seattle.
Representative, J 110. L. Wilson, Spokane
Falls.
EXECUTIVE.
Governor Elisha P. Ferry, Olympia.
Lieutenant-Governor, Charles E. Laugh
ton, Conconully.
Secretary of State, Allen Weir, Olympia.
Treasurer, A. A. Lindsley, Olympia.
Auditor, T. M. Reed, Olympia.
Frittorncy-Ceneral, W. C. Jones, Spokane
a s.
Superintendent of Public Instruction, R
B Bryan, Olympia.
Commissioner of Public Lands, W TFor
est, Olympia.
State Printer, 0 C White, Olympia.
State Librarian, Philip D Moore, Olym
‘ la.
1 p State Geologist, George Bethune, Tacoma.
3 Game Warden, L S Sherwood. Colville.
Timber Inspector, (First district) Ed
ward McTaggert, Skagit county; (Seventh
district) Clinton Cutler, Vancouver.
Fish Commissioner, James Crawford,
Vancouver.
Pilot Commissioners Straits of Fuca and
Puget Sound, John P. Betts, Charles H
Jones, Jos. H. Stetson, Port Townsend.
Pilot Commissxoners Columbia river, Al
fred E King, J L Stout, Ilwaco; Edward
Spencer, Long Beach.
Trustees State Reform School. John
Dobson, Chehalis; Levi F Compton, Seat
tle: Jonathan W Godell, Willapa.
Medical Board of Examining Physicians
John W Bean and J H McDonald. Ellens
burgh; H B Bagley. Seattle; G V Calhoun,
La. Conner; A B Kibbe, Seattle: J D
Minkler, Centralia; C S Penfield, Spokane
Falls; William H Dewey, Tacoma, Howard .
R Keylor, Walla Walla, secretary.
Board of Health for District of Puget
Sound, L B Hastings, J N Laubach, H L
Tibbals, Jr. Port Townsend.
Board of PharmaCwa' W McArthur,
president. Spokane; A Morley Stewart, .
Tacoma; W H ’l‘ Barnes, Seattle; D O
Woodworth, Ellensburgh; A 0 Clark, sec
retary, Olympia. ,
Regents 0t Agricultural College, Eugene
Fellows of Spokane Falls. Andrew H Smith
of Tacoma, S B Conover of Port Town
send, G W Hopp of Sedro, J H Ballinger
of_Colfax. » A
Regents of State University, Jno W
Sprague, chancellor Tacoma; P BJohn
son, Walla Walla; J’ 3 Ha den, Seattle; A
A'Phillifs, Olympia; J 3, Browne, Spo—
kane Fa is; John Paul Judson, Tacoma.
Commissioners of Penitentiary at Walla
Walla. Frank London, Frank W Paine,
Walla Walla; Platt A Preston. Waitsburg.
Trustees Hospital for Insane, Eastern
Washington, Wilson Lockhart, Charles
McDouall, Medical Lake; D F Percivel,
Cheney.
Trustees Hospltal for Insane, Western
Washington, W J Fife, Tacoma;-G-eorge D
Shannon, Olympia; A B Stewart, Seattle.
Trustees Soldiers and Sailors Home, Al
bert S Cole, Whatcorn; W. R. Dunbar
Goldendale; John F McLean, Walla
Walla' George A Boardman, Tacoma: M.
MLHOlmes. fieattle.»
Trustees of School for Defective Youth at
Vancouver, W Byron Daniels. Louis Sohns.
B F Shaw, John R Thompson, Vancouver.
Board of Education—Frank B Gault, of
Tacoma; Mr Atkinson, of Seattle- D
Bemiss, Spokane Falls; Mr Kerr. Walla
Walla; President, R B Bryan, Olympia.
Members of Commission of Technical In
struction to local Agricultural College, Geo
A Black, Fairlxaven; S B Conover, Port
Townsend: Andrew H Smith. Tacoma.
Coal Mine inspectors, First district, Wm
Gritfith, Roslyn; Second district, Edward
T Morgan, Seattle.
State Land Commission, W T Forrest,
Allen Weir. T M Reed,
Harbor Lune Commissioners—D C Guern
sey. Dayton; W F Prosser, North Yakima;
Eugene Semple Seattle' H F Gar
retson, Tacoma; Frank H Richards, What
com; A Martin, secretary
Tide Land Commissioners and Board of
Equalization and Appeal—Thos M Reed,
Olymgia; Allen Weir, Port Townsend;
B L S arpstein, Walla Walla; C H Warn
er, Colfax; Austin Mires, Ellensburgh; C
M Barton, secretary.
Trustees of State Normal School at El
lensbur h—W R' Abrams, Ellensburgh'
Fred V 5. AFatz, Ellensburgh; Thos j
Newland, El ensburgh.
Trustees State Normal School at Cheney
——S A Wells, Ritzville, term two years; '
F Suksdorf Spangle, four years; W H H
McClure, Falouse City, four years; Louis
Walter, Cheney, six years; W E Weygant,
Cheney, six years.
Mining Bureau—Governor E P. Ferry,
Lieut—Gov Charles E Laughton, Treasurer
A A Lindsley. '
Commissioners to World’s Fair—Henry
Drum, Tacoma; O B Hopkins, Spokane
Falls. Lady commissioners, Mrs N H
Owings, Olympia; Mrs H E Houghton,
Spokane.
Commission to build the State Uni
versity, John Arthur, Seattle: Charles F
Leavenworth, Olympia; John Mcßeavy,
Union City.
Horticultural Board, Raynor Kies, Van
couver; Henry Bucey, Tacoma: E L Von:
gohven, East Soun ; D E Lesh, North
Yakima; D M Jessee, Walla Walla; H H
S aiding, Almota; at large,J T Blackburn,
Vatshon Island. 1
Fish Hatchery Commissron, Chas E‘
Laughton of Conconullf'; James Crawford;
Vancouver: A A Lindsey, Olympia.
State Building Commission, Chas E
Laughton, Conconully; 'l‘ M Reed, Olym—l
pia; A A Lindsley Olympia. ,
Board of Health and Bureau of Vital
Statistics—G S Armstrong, M D, president;
Olympia; O A Bowen, secretary, Olympia'
F M Conn, M D, Seattle; N Fred Essilg, M
11)). Spokane; J R Hathaway, MD, air-‘
aven.
TIDE LAND APPRAISERS. ,
Chehalis County—Z T Cog, Montesano;
W T Keyes. Aberdeen; harles Scott,
Gra ’s Harbor. 1
Cfallam County—Alfred Lee, Port Ange- ‘
les; James A Smith, Sequim; William
W’ard, Dungeness.
Cowlitz County—Lewis H Gild’fii, Free
port; Sam Jenkins, Tucker; Geo White,
Castle Rock. ,
Island County—Chas T Terry, Coupe-‘
gille; Thos Nunan, Jerome Ely, Oak Har
or.
Jefferson County—R D Attridge, Port
Ludlow; Peter Multy, Port Discovery; F
H Winslow, Port Townsend.
King County—D A McKenzie, F W
Sparling, Thos W Prosch, Seattle.
Kitsap County—John T Mitchell, Port
Madison; A H Sroufe, Sidney; S A Dick
ey, Port W'ashiugton.
Mason Countv~Alonzo Edwards. Shel
ton; John R Eberhart, Allyn, John B
Forbes, Kamilchie.
Pacific Countfé—Ralph B Dyer, South
Bend; Thomas oney, Willapa; H F Car
l nahan, Knappton.
; Pierce County—E M Hunt, 0 T Uhl‘
l man, John Huntington. Tacoma.
San Juan County—Joseph Sweeney, G
B Driggs, Friday Harbor; S M Johnson.
Skagit County—l D Huntoon, Hamilton;
H P Downs, Mount Vernon; C R Donnell,
Anacortes. ,
Snohomish County—E O Ferguson, Wm
Whitfield, F O Coe, Snohomish.
Thurston County—E W Andrews. Olym.
pial; Francis Rotch. Bucoda; Frank Ruth,
Ye m.
W'hatcom County—Will L Visscher, F.
N Barney, Whatcom; B W Loring, Lnyden.
Wahklakum County—Thomas Irvlng,J
.SHINGTON, WEDNES
J Foster, Cathlamet; F M Sweet, Ska—
mokawa. ’
JUDICIABY.
Chief Justice, Thomas J Anders, Walla
Walla.
Justice, Elmon Scott, Pomeroy.
Justice, R O Dunbar, Goldendale.
Justice, T. R. Stiles, Tacoma.
Justice J P Hoiit, Olympia.
Clerk, C S Rein art, Oliympia.
Reporter, Eugene Kreic er, Tacoma.
STATE MILITARY.
Governor E P Ferry, Commander-in-
Chief, Olvmpia.
General B. G O’Brien, Adjutant General
and Quartermaster General, Commissary
General, Inspector General and Chief of
Ordnance, Olympia.
Colonel E. M. Carr, Assistant Adjutant
General, Seattle. .-
Colonel Henry Landes, Paymaster Gen
eral, Port Townsend.
Colonel Edward Smith, Surgeon Gene—
ral, Seattle. '
Colonel W M Clark, Assistant Inspector
General, malla‘Walla. » A _
3 Colonel Charles E Claypool, Judge Advo
cate General, Tacoma.
Colonel Frank T Gilbert. Assistant
Quartermaster General, Walla Walla.
l Colonel J D Mclntyre, Chief of Engi
. neers, North Yakima.
l Colonel \V T Sharpe, Chief of Ordnance,
l Seattle.
1 Colonel J Kennedy Stout, Chief Signal
Officer, Spokane Falls.
Colone Will L. Visscher, Assistant Com
missary General, Fairhaven.
Aides-de—Camps —— Lieutenant Colonels,
Charles Reichenbach of Tacoma; C M
‘Atkins, Whatcom; L Frank Boyd, Spo—
kane Falls; Captain E B Wise, Goldendale.
Assistant Adjutant General —— Major
Charles H. Ayer, Olympia.
Assistant Comnnssar General—Lieu.
tenant Colonel Albert Whyte, Steilacoom,
Assistant Quartermaster Genera—Lieu
tenant Colonel H. F. Garretson, Tacoma.
Aide de Camp to Adjutant General~
Captain E T Powell, Waitsburg.
Brigadier commanding N G W, A P Cur
rv, Spokane.
: John I 1500?, Spokane, Assistant Adju
tant Genera , with rank Lieutenant
1 Colonel.
1 WSScott, Seattle, Assistant Inspector
General, with rank Lieutenant Colonel.
: Geo A Bethune, Tacoma, Assistan
lQuartermaster General. with rank Lieu
‘ tenant Colonel. .
Marshall K Snell. Tacoma, Assistant
Quartermaster General, with rank Lieuten
ant Colonel.
G A Brook, Aide-de-Camp, with rank of
let Lieutenant. l
E L Smith, Brigade Sur%eon, Seattle,
with rank Lieutenant Colone . l
J J White, Spokane. Aide-de-Camp, with 1
rank First Lieutenant. i
J W Stearns, Tekoa, Aide-de-Camp. with ‘
rank First Lieutenant.
First Regiment—J C Haines. Colonel,
Seattle; Joseph Green, Lieutenant Colonel,
Seattle.
Regimental Staff—Charles Esplin Jr. , first
lieutenant and Adjutant, Seattle; L R
Dawson, Surgeon Magi”, Seattle; FA Gaus,
Major, Tacoma; J A ath'eld Commission
er, Seattle; Rev. L H Wells, Chaplain
with rank of Captain, Tacoma; Herman
Chaplin, Lieutenant and Paymaster.
Cagtains of Com allies—Lawrence S
Boot .Co B,Seattle ;V\PJ Fife,Co C,’l‘acoma;
W H Gesham Co D, Seattle; Edward S
Ingraham. Co E, Seattle ; J J Weisenburger,
00 F, Whatcom; W S Shank, 00 G, Ta
coma- Frank Morris, Co H, Vancouveri
Chas l 3 Wood, 00 1, Port Townsend: D 11.
Dunbaruqo K, Aberdeen. _ --- _0 A ,
Second Regiment Enoch W Pike. Colo
nel, Goldendale; M McCarthy Lieutenant
Colonel, Dayton; Geo W Greene, Major,
Spokane Fa ls
Regimental Stall—J I-I Hudgin, M D,
Surgeon and Major, Waitsburg; Dr Allen
Bonebrake, AssistantSurfieon and Ca tain,
Goldendale; Rev J T ashelman, Shan
lain and Major, Goldendale; N 3
Brooks, First Lieutenant and Adjutant,
Goldendale; Edwin S Isaacs. First Lieu
tenant and Quartermaster, Walla Walla-
Eugene J Fellows. First Lieutenant and
Commissary, Spokane Falls: FJ Elsensohn,
First Lieutenant and Paymaster, Pomeroy,
Geo W Barker, First Lieutenant and In
spector, Goldendale.
Captains of Companies—J E Frost, Com
pany A, Ellensbur%h; R 8 Mchll Com
pany B, Goldenda e; Geo W fiilling
ton, Company C Centerville; H GShue
ham, Comfiany 15, \Vaitsburg; J 0 Mc-
Crimmon, Yorth Yakima; John Carr, Com
pany F, Dagton, C H Merriam, Com
any G, Spo ane Falls; Harry St.‘ George,
Iliomeroy; E H Fox, 00, K, Tekoa.
CAVALRY orrrcnns.
Chas B Johnson Major, commanding
battalion; H B Sciiwellenbach, S okane,
Ist Lieutenant and Adjutant; W C? Robb,
Tacoma, first‘Lieutenant and Quartermas
ter;Dr J A Beebe,Tacoma, assistant Snrgon;
Wallace Mount, Sprague, Sergeant Major;
W M Putnam, Sprague, Quartermaster
Sergeant; J. H. Shields, Sprague, Commis
salil'y Sergeant. .
roop A—Captain,A W Lindsay; vacan
cy, first Lieutenant; 'l‘ Ashley Wickham,
second Lieutenant. -_ j >
Troop B—James M Ashton, Cu tain;
James H Berry, First Lieutenant; games
M Dougan. Second Lieutenant.
THE SUPERIOR JUDGES.
Spokane and Stevens—R. B. Blake, R.
G. Langford and J. Z. Moore, Spokane
Falls. .
Lincoln, Adams, Okanogan and Doug
las—Wallace Mount, S rague.
Walla Walla and Eranklin—Wm. H.
Upton, Walla Walla.
Columbia, Garfield and Asotin—Robert
F. Bturdevant, Da ton.
Kittitas—C. B. graves, Ellensburgh.
Yakima and Klickitat—Sol. Smith, Gold
endale.
Clarke, Cowlitz and Skamania—N. H.
Bloomfield, Vancouver.
Lewis, Pacific and VVahkiakum—E. S.
Hunter, Chehalis.
Thurston, J. W. Robinson, Olympia.
Chehalis and Mason—-Mason Irwin,
Montesano.
Pierce—Frank Allyn, Fremont Camp
bell, John Beverly, Tacoma.
Kinfi—Richard Osborn, J. I. Lichtenberg,
T. J. umes, Seattle.
J etferson—M. B. Sachs. Port; Townsend.
(Illallam—James G. McClinton, Port; An
e es.
g Whatcom and San Juan—J. R. Wum,
Whatcom.
Skagit and Isiand—H. Mcßride, La-
Conner.
Snohomish and Kitsap—J. C. Denny,
Snohomish.
UNITED sTATEs COURTS.
District Judge, 0. H. Hanford. Seattle.
Clerk of Circuit Court, A. R. Ayres, Ta
coma.
Deputy Clerk of District Court, R. M.
Honius, Seattle.
C erk of District Court, R. M. Hopkins,
Seattle.
Deputy Clerk of District Court, A. R.
Ages, Tacoma.
eguty Clerk of District Court, Oliver
Woo , Port Townsend.
Deput Clerk of District and Circuit
Court, W. T. Dovell, Walla Walla.
Deputy Clerk of District and Circuit
Court, S. A. Wells, Spokane.
WASHINGTON Is ONE JUDICIAL DIsTnICT IN
rem: DlVlsrons.
Northern Division—lncludes counties of
King, Kitsar, Jefferson, Clallam, Snoho
mish, Islan , San Juan, Skagit and What
com and all Indian reserves. Terms held
at Seattle first Tuesday in June and .)e
--cem ber.
Southern division—lncludes counties of
Whitman, Asotin, Garfield, Columbia,
Walla Walla, Franklin, Yakima and Klick
itat, and all Indian reserves. Terms held
at Walla Walla first Tuesday in May and
November.
Eastern~Division—lncludes counties of
Spokane, Stevens, Okanogan, Douglas,
Lincoln, Adams and Kittitas, and all In
dian reserves. Terms held at Spokane first
Tuesday in April and September.
Western Division—lncludes counties of
Pierce, Mason, Thurston, Chehalis. Pacific,
Lewis, Wahkiakum, Cowlitz, Clarke and:
Skamania, and all Indian reserves. Terms
held at Tacoma first Tuesday in February
and July.
STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
The following is the composition of the
State Historical Society organized in Taco
ma last September: President, Elwood
Evans, Pierce county; Vice-president. Ed
ward Eldridge, Whatcom county; secretary
and librarian, C. W. Hobart, Pierce coun
,ty; treasurer, T. I. McKenny, Thurston
county.
Board of Curators—Clarence M. Barton,
Thurston county, chairman; C. B. Bagh’y,
, King county, W. P. Gray, Franklin comm»
; ty; Edward Huggins, Pierce county, Hen~
l ry Roeder, Whatcom county, Thos- J.
lSmith, Whitman county, Jame; Wicker-
DAY, DEC. 2, 1891.
sham, Pierce county, Chas. W. Hobart, ex
officio and secretary. .
Standing Committees: Ways and
Means—Edward Huggins, chairman, hhos.
J . Smith and James Wickersham. Publi
cations—C. W. Hobart, chairman, C. M.
Barton, and C. B. Bagley. Library Cabi—
net and Picture Gallery—James Wicker—
sham, chairman, W. P. Gray and Henry
Roeder. Memorials~T. J. Smith, chair
man, 0. M. Barton and C. W. Hobart.
Building—C. B. Bagley, chairman, W. P.
Gray and E. Huggins.
'l‘ 1e annual meeting of the society is on
the third Wednesday in September, at Ta
coma. The regular meetings of board of
curators are on the first Mondays of No
vember, January, May, July and Septem
ber, each year. . ,
LEGISLATIVE. "
President of Senate pro tem, E T Wilson,
Ellensburgh.
Secretary of Senate, 0 M Barton,olym ia
Speaker of House, Amos F Shaw, V 211»
couver.
Chief Clerk of House, 'l‘ G Nicklin,
Whatcom.
N 11 Owings, Senator, Olympia.
U L_Collins, Re resentative, Tenino.
A H Chambers,Riepresentative Olympia.
CITY COUNCILMEN.
S Gr Ward 1. _ ‘
John MsMurphy } Bust Wald.
George ickles
Eilficßi-atney } Second Ward.
or .
Robert Marr z» Third Ward. ,
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S. C. Woodrufl', F. M. Wade. 0. J. Lord.
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