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THE CONGREGATIONAL BAZAAR.
A Pleasing Musical Programme for
This Evening.
The Congregational bazaar opened this
afternoon at 3 o’clock under the most fa
vorable circumstances. The church was
tastefully decorated and the tables of art
and fancy work were loaded down. The
many potted plants and running vines
added to the picturesque appearance of the
room. The tables were presided over
as follows: '
Fruit—Mrs. Clarke and Mrs. Pierce.
Miscellaneous—Miss Blakeslee and Mrs.
F. C. Brown. '
Fancy Work—Mrs. Fitch and Miss
Chambers. .
Linens—-Mrs. Tlioreson, Mrs. Lord and
Mrs. Rogers.
Aprons, Etc.—Mrs. Brintnall, Mrs. Janes
and Mrs. Blakeslee.
Mrs. Perry and Mrs. Deming presided at
the tea table, and Mrs. Percy Brown was
in charge of a smaller table at which were
exhibited many pretty articles of her own
design and work.
This evenings entertainment will form a
pleasing feature of the bazaar. The musi
callgrogram is under the direction of Mrs.
E. . Janes, and is as follows: Instru
mental, Miss Hawley, and Messrs. Bigelow
and Hawley; vocal duet, Miss Fitch and
Mrs. Austin; guitar duet. Messrs. Yantis
and Janes; vocal solo, Mrs. Thoreson;
vocal duet, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence; guitar
duet, Messrs. James and Yantis; instru
mental, Miss Hawley. and Messrs. Haw
ley and Bigelow; vocal solo, Mrs. Devin;
vocal solo, Mr. Lawrence. '
.High tea will be served this evening.
A SENSIBLE IDEA.
Superintendent Roger’s Idea for the
Improvement of the City Square.
The rapid work on the new county court
house will undoubtedly result in the com
pletion Within the time allotted, in March,
and its handsome appearance will attract
the attention of every visitor to the city.
“\Vhen the building is“ completed,” said
Superintendent Rogers, “there is one mat
ter which will present itself for attention,
and that is the disgosition of the public
s uare. My idea of eautlfying it is this:
Vile want to give the court house and its
surroundings the best possible appearance,
and in order to do so, it is essential that its
front, in particular, should be picturesque.
Why not then grade the public square on
a level with Seventh street, which will
then bring it on a level, with the ground
surrounding the court house after its 0011]-
pletion, shut off Washington street in
'ront of the building to heavy teams, mak
ing only a. driveway for carriages, and then
lay out the entire area. from the court
house to Main street in winding walks,
bordered with shrubbery and pretty
plants. A pavillion could be constructed
tor evening concerts and the improvement
would make one of the prettiest spots in
Olympia.”
lllGll SCHOOL LYCEUM.
Interesting Entertainment in Wash
ington School Building.
This afternoon the children of the high
school gave their regular bi-monthly enter
tainment in the Washington school build
ing, with the following programme, each
number of which was creditably rendered
rendered :
Quotations, Imogene Anders; essay,
"WasPs," Maud Lowery; “My Trip From
lowa, ’ Lena. Johnson; Paraphrase of Ich
abod Crane, Cassandra. Messegee; Queer
Queries, Belle Knox; essay, “Story of an
Old Man.” Frank Cotter; recitation, “No
Sects in Heaven,” Ida. Mackey; banjo solo,
Polaccn; letter, May Giles; reply to afore~
said, Ernest Kester; essay, “Spiders,” Al
len Nicholson; medley, Winifred Hawley;
newspaper, Jennie Sickels and Edith West;
recitation. “Gandolphon,” Bigelow; par
ody, Ella Bowen; piano duet. “Bicycle
Po ka.” Edith West and Anna Frost; dec
lnmation, “A. l’l‘edicanient,” Will White.
PERSuflALI'I‘IES-
J. N. Squires is sick with fever. ‘
Dr. Jento is recovering from a slight ill«
ness.
Hon. John F. Gowey was in Tacoma yes
tel-day.
Wm. C. Tuttle, clerk in C. B. Mann’s
drug store, is ill with pneumonia.
Miss Selma Chambers, daughter of A. J.
Chambers, has been spending a few weeks
in the city.
Dr. and Mrs. Oliver will return by Sun
day and will sit down to a sumptuous re
past at the home of the groom’s parents,
three miles east.
A. M. F. McCullough, A. K. Beasley and
E. J. Wight, of Tacom: H. H. Thillen, W.
H. Given, W. H. Roden and S. Bloom, of
Portland, are at the Olympic.
C. F. Leavenworth says he is not a can
didate under any circumstances for the
legislature, as stated by the Olympian. and
that he never said so to anybody.
J. H. Lotz and Wife and their son, G. F.
Lotz, with his wife. formerly residents of
Olympia. but now of Puyal up, are visit
ing re atives and friends in the city for a
few days.
W. T. McDonald returned yesterday
from Moscow, Idaho, leaving E. C. Crego
to remain there temporarily. Mr. McDon
ald says that Moscow is a lively town of
3,530 people. four banks and a wheat ship
ment of 850,000 bushels, but for all that he
prefers Olympia.
Hugh Kemper and George Thompson,
.ormerly With John C. Percival. have gone
to San Francisco. Mr. Kemper has been l
for three years with Mr. Percival as cash
ier and chief clerk, and Mr. Thompson for
a year and a half has held the pomtion of
baggage master and warehouseman. Both
of these gentlemen were in the front rank
in their line of business. but the with
drawal of the Puget Sound boats would ‘
not warrant their retention here.
Tide Land Applications.
Two hundred and eighty-five applica
tions have thus far been made for esti
mates and cost of survey of tide lands. The
applications are as foltows: From Pacific
county 73. Skagit 70. Chehalls 28, Thurston
21. Wahkiekum and Kitsap 12 each, Sno
houiish 11, Ulallam 6, Cowlitz, 5. Island,
San Juan, Lewis and Jeiferson 2 each. Ska
mania, Okanogan and Whatcom. 1 each.
Whatcom is the only county where the
county board of appraisers officially ap
praised all of the tide lands of the various
harbors of the county. The _last meeting
of the land commission was held August
212th. No tide. lands have been disposed
0 yet.
Thursday’s Transfers.
[Reported by the Capital City Abstract
&. Title Insurance Company, Chambers’
block]:
C S Eaton and wife to F R Brown,
lot 3, Second Capital add. . . , . . . $ 1
Samuel C Woodruff to Michael -
Firher, lot 1. blk 8, Gate Uitp. .. 100
Henry Green et ux to Charles L '
Prindle, lots 9, 10, 13. 14, 15 and
16, blk 3, Green’s first addition
toßochester...... 325
Albert E Edwards to Smith and
Howek, lot 18, blk 4. A S Galli
hel’s add to Brighton Park. . . . . . .. 75,
Bardsley a Happy Man.
G. W. Bardsleyi, who vens the successful
subscriber to the OLYMPIA TRIBUNE, who
secured the handsome Singer sewing ma
chine on one year’s subscription to THE
WEEKLY TRIBUNE, took the machine to his
home. Mr. Bardsley resides on Browne
avenue, just beyond the VVestside mill.
, and was surprised and delighted to learn
of his gooc‘ fortuue. “That is a beautiful
machine,” he said. “and just comes in
time for Christmas.” t
' Ho for Christmas. ‘
Times are heard and money scarce, so it
stands every one'in hand to buy things
that are useful as well as ornamental for
Christmas presents. Robert Frost has the
finest line of table cutleriy direct from the
factory. Carvers of a 1 grades. Rogers’
best Silver plated forks, spoons, fruit sets,
orange knives, nut cracks and picks, etc.
_ Call and examine. Prices as low as a good
' article can be sold for. ‘ jl
0L 1 MPIAN BRIEFS.
MEETINGS TONIGHT,
CONGREGATIONAL Cerium—Ladies Bazaar.
COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE—The Didescalion Lit
erary Society.
Behold the very nice young man ‘
Who all the summer in
A flannel suit looked sweet and cool,
Now put it next his skin.
Advertise your Christmas goods.
Fine weather to fix up the streets before
another rain. .
Years of experience in the watch factor
ies has made us skillful in watch repair—
ing. Rose & Godard.
There is only one reason why a woman
should be afraid of a man. There are a
hundred why a man‘should be afraid of a
woman and as many more why a woman
should fear another woman.
All kinds and sizes of dolls. O’Connors. ;
d4tf ‘
Two cottages built by the waterworks
company, near the reservoir, are being
moved to the tennis ground on Main street
and Eighth, and will be occupied by H. V.
Ogden and A. B. Franklin.
You must see the display of ladies’
watches at Rose & Godard’s. dll-2t
When Dr. and Mrs. Oliver left on their
honey-moon last night some mischieveous
person posted a large slitp of paper on their
valise, which read as ollows: “Married
at Olympla, this 10th day of December.”
J. L. Brown has the largest and most
complete stock of cigars in the city. He
has just received a large consignment of
“The Mercantile,” the best cigar for the
money, ever brought to Olympia. d7tf
State Superintendent Bryan will deliver
a. lecture to the Snohomish county teach
ers’ association at Snohomish on Decem
ber 18, and at Port Townsend he will lec
ture twice before the Jefferson county in
stitute.
Three desirable rooms to rent, separately
or together, in the Horr block. above Arm
strong Bros.’ store, on Main street. letf
When Sherifl Prince and Coroner Arm
strong went ' to take possession of four
horses yesterday. under an execution and
chattel mortgage, it was found that three
of the horses were dead, and the other one
slowly passing to the far beyond.
If you want a first-class lunch or dinner,
go to the Argo, 222 Fourth street.
d9tf Heath & Sturtevant.
Souvenir spoons in every design are go
ing like hot cakes at Simenson’s. d7tf
J. A. Silsbyl is building a wharf in the
rear ofhis 7t street building.
Simepson will etch or engrave your
souvemr spoons free of charge while you
wait. * d7tf
The Corliss mill at South hay will start
up in a few weeks.
See those beautiful toilet cases at
O’Connor’s. d4tf
Toys of all kinds at O’Connor’s. d4tf
[The total receipts of the Olympia land
office for Novem er were $4,838.63.
Rose & Godard, the jewellers, are lead
ing the holiday trade in their line. They
have the goods and the people appreciate
their prices. dll-‘Zt
M. O’Connor is the agent for the Deline
ator. Leave your subscriptions for 1892;
only sl. d4tf
Ask for Robertson’s Dye House, No. 207
Main street, and go to no other. antf
Watches, diamonds and jewelry, clocks,
spectacles and silverware at Talcctt Brgs.
, ‘ al—t
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired at
Simenson’s, 815 Main street. al-tf
Home made mince meat, choice butter
and eggs at O. F. Allen & Co., 622 Fourth
street.
New Home and Domestic sewing ma
chines at Talcott Bros. al-tf
The steamer The Doctor leaves 01 mpia
at 8 o’clock daily for Shelton and Igamil
chic and returns the day following, arriv
ing at Olympia at 5 o’clock noon. sepl6tf
The Graphic. .
“that phenomenal success of illustrated
weeklies in the World’s Fair city.” All
the fprincipul current events finely illus
trated. The most complete, the most pop
‘ ular, and altogether the most valuable il
-1 lustrated weekly. Ask your newsdealer
for it, or address the publishers. Sub
scription. one year, $4.00.
The Graphic Co., Dearborn and Harrison
streets, Chicago. An agent wanted in
every town in the United States.
For Sale at a Bargain.
A Mulay sawmill of latest improvement,
with engine and steel boiler 15 to 20 horse
power, all complete and nearly new. Mill
capacity 4to 5 thousand feet. Apply to J.
C. Percival, Union Dock, Olympia or to}
M. Swan. n3tt
Notice.
All persons indebted to the State Print
ing and Publishing Company will please
come forward andsettle by cash or note.
n3otf STATE PRINTING & PUB. 00.
Watch Guards.
One of the nicest holiday presents from a
lady to a. gentleman friend or relative is a
beautiful watch guard made from her own
hair. Mrs. W. R. Lotz makes them. Sam
ples at Rose &, Godard’s jewelry store.
eave orders at Tsmnnn office.
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Proposals Wanted.
SEALED proposals, in duplicate, will be re
ceived by the Board of Trustees of the
Western Washington Hospital for Insane until
January 3, 1892, at 9 o’clock, a. m., for furnish
ing the supplies hereinafter named, delivered
at Lake View station, within twenty-five days
after award of contract. Bidders will specify
kind and quality of goods bid on and when so
designated, samples will be required.
Bids to be sent to W. J. Fife, secretary board
of trustees. Western Washington Hospital for
Insane, Fort Steilacoom, Wash., and marked
“Sealed Proposa‘s ior Supplies.” .
The trustees reserve the right to reject any or
all bids. GEO. D. SHANNON,
‘ A. B. STEWART,
W. J. FIFE,
i Trustees Hospital for Insane of Western Wash
ngton.
Fort Steilacoom, Washington, Dec. 5, 1891.
100 iron beadsteads, 2 feet, six inches wide,
woven wire mattress. angle iron or wood rail,
wooden castors; 50 mattresses, wool, 2 feet 6
inches wide; 12 mattresses, wool. 3 feet 6 inches
wide; 6 bedroom sets, state kind; 100 ya rds car
pet, sample, 3 ply; 200 window shades, 102 inches
x 36 inches; 50 settees, 8 feet long, hard wood
slats, iron feet and aims; 45 round tables. 4 feet.
tir or spruce; 6 hard-wood tables, 31/2xß feet; 150
bed room stands, state kind; 100 wood»bottom
chairs; 20 Boston rockers; 3 barber chairs; 300-
feet 11/2 «fire-hose, sample; 318-ineh brass noz
zles, 1%; 132 rubbers for stairs, 3 feet x 9 inches;
24 rubber cuspidores. ‘ d7-2w
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The Next Number Especrally Good.
TALES FROM
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HEAD BY ALL MEN AND WOMEN.
Published first day of December, March,
June and September.
DEL/0A TE, DAI/VTY, WITTY,
INTE N S E .
Every reputable news and book stand has it.
Price, single number, 50 CENTS. 82.00
PE YEAR, postage FREE.
This brilliant Quarterly reproduces the best
stories, sketches, burles rfues, poems, witti
cisms, ere, from the ear 37 numbers of that
much talked-about New York Society Journal,
ToyuToPms, Whi<3l3 is published weekly. Sub
scn ron price . per year. .
TE; two puhli‘tatious "TOWN TOPICS" and
“Tms mum Town TOPICS" together, at. the
low club-price of $5.00 per year.
Ask your newsdealer for them or address,
1 TOWN TOPICS,
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Buy Treasurers Warrant Ball.
Notice is hereby given that all outsfnnding
wurrams pf the City of Olympia, as follows,
wlll he paid or) presentation, and alter the date
of this call no interest will be allowed on same.
Nos. 1017 to_loß6. inclusive, on the general fund,
issued during 1890. Nos. 991 to 1028 inclusive,
on the street fund issued 1891.
Dated at Olympia, Dec. 11, 1891.
JOS. CHILBERG,
dll-llt , City Treasurer. r
OLY'MPIA, WASHINGTON. FRIDAY. DEC. 11, 1891.
OLYMPIA THEATER.
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ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Saturday, December 12, 1891.
The Laughing Festival,
‘ Acted by that jolly dialect comedian, JOHN T.
. KELLY and Lederer's Comic Players, in
} eluding Dutch Daly, the Quaint Ger
‘ man Comedian; Florrie West,
‘ England’s Greatest Commedi—
‘ enne; Adele Estel. late of
l Metropolitan Grand
‘ Opera Company.
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The first Farce-Comedy of the Season by a veri
. table Congregation of Fun-Makers. U
AND I is Without Doubt the
Queen of Screaming
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W ANTED.
LADY of cirperience wants small children to
take care of by the month. Address A. 0.,
this office. nZ‘i-tf
FOR RENT.
. 00M formerly occupied by Brunswick Kes
h; taurant, on Washington street. Apply to
Roy M. Tozier. dlO-2t
FURNISHEDoA neat cottage, cheap. Inquire
at this oifice. d 4 tf
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‘ room for rent. Apply at Olympia News
‘ Co., Fourth st. n2B—tf
ROOMS gentlemen. Corner of Main and
l Eighth streets. Referencerequired. nStf
FOUR unfurnished rooms, corner Union and
Jefferson sts. a29tf
FURNISHED apamneuts on Adams street, 13
tween Sixth and Seventh st. Mrs. Follans
bee. astf
AN eight room house on Main street near
Eighteenth. Newly papered and painted
and in thorough repair. Apply at this office.
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' FOR SALE.
4-FOOT cord wood for sale at Pipe Factory at
$1.50 per cord, cash. dl-tf
OLD papers at THE TRIBUNE 25 cents per
hundred.
TRAVELERS’ GUIDE
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l‘acoma and Portland Passenger.
Leave5P0rt1and.............10:45a.n1
Arrive irom 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:b5a.m
Leaves for Portland via Gate City... . .. 1:00 a.m
Arrive at Portland. ...........7:00 a.m
MONTESANO PASSENGER. 1
Leave Tacoma. 8:10 am Lv Montesano.,2zdfi p.m ‘
Lv Olympia... 9:32 am Lv Olympia. .. .4:50 p.m
Ar Montesano. 11:25am Ar Tacoma... ..0:00 p.m
CHEHALIS PASSENGER.
Lv Chehalis. .. 7:00 a.m Lv Tacoma... 3:55 p.m
Lv Olympia... 3:37 a.m Lv Olympia . . ..5:20 p.m
Ar Tacoma. . . .10:00 a.m Ar Chehalis....7:oo p.m
Port Townsend Southern.
NUMBER ONE.
Leave........... ...01ympia........... 9240 a.nl
Arrive...............Tenin0.............10;30 am
NUMBER TWO.
Leave........._......Tenin0............10:50am
Arrive...............01ympia............11250 a.m
NUMBER. THREE.
Leave................01ympia.......,.. 3:50p.m
Arrive... ...........Tenin0........... 4:sopm
NUMBER FOUR.
Leave.......... .....Tenino 4:05p.m
Arrive5.............01ympia...... 5:55p.m
On Sunday the morning train leaves at9:4oa.m.
and remains at Tcnino until 4:05 p.m.,arrlving 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.,
retiirning, leaves at 1 p.m. for Tacoma and Se
a t e.
Clara Brown leaves Olympia Tuesday, Thurs
dav and Saturday at 9 a.m. for Tacoma and Se
attle. Returning, leaves Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at 5:30 wil.
For Shelton, the illie leaves daily except
Sunday at 8:00. am. Returning, arrives here at
2 .m
g‘or Kamilchie, and Shelton—Doctor leaves
daily at 8 a.ln.; returning. arrives ats p.m.
noon.
ALL ABoUT THE MAILSP
MAIL DEPARTURES.
DAILY.
Grays Harbor and Coast points. . . . .9z15 a.nl
Tacoma(Pouch Directg...... 8:00 a.m
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
50nth............................... 7:oopm
Pickering, weekly, Saturday. .. . rlr ..~ 15:00 a.m
Kamilche and Shelton, 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............._...... 9232:1111
Grays Harbor and Coast points. ... 4:40 p.m
Tumwater and Tenin0................. 5:50 p.lll
Kamilche and Shelton, daily except
5unday..............12:30p.m
Pickering, week1y......_............... . 11:00 a.m
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OUVENIR spoons are decidedly the fad this year. I
S have them in many designs, and will etch or en
grave them free of charge.
NVARIABLY a store of any pretension must carry an
I overloaded stock. lam in that boat, and you may
have the benefit of it. i
EXICAN Onyx and Marble Clocks will be dis
-I‘l s posed of at cost. I have too many of them and
must sacrifice.
VERY boy ought to have a watch. It is a good way
E to reward merit, and can be had from aimere
song up.
OBODY wants to pass Christmas without remem-
N bering a friend. Gifts may be small, but let them
i be substantial.
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ILVERWARE——smaII and large pieces are appre-
S ciated. Napkin rings, fruit kniVes, nut cracks and
picks and many pretty things. '
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i PPORTUNITY is a great point in life. «‘ When you
0 get it, use it. Examine my line of chains. charms,
pins, and pretty things for ladies and gentlemen.
} EVER will you be able to purchase so much for so
N little. Simsenson’s motto is: If your purchase
doesn’t please you, return it and get your money.
If you don't take advantage of this, you’ll say .. . . ..,
when it is too late.
I Mall) I’BB.
«I—FURNI l DRE-B»
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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 safes, 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
i goods must be sold. '
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Corner of Main and Third Street
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Eadie tr: 11339916 to dye. 31L more we (1&6 better we live.
CAPITAL
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207 Mam St, oppOSlte Young 5 Hotel
Ladies’ and Gents” , ’
Clothing Cleaned, I
' ' Dyed and Repaired.
Curtains and BlanketsWLWei
ALL WORK GUARANTEED on NO CHARGE,
.W . D. ROBERTSON, Prop.

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