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’ THE OLD ‘ SOLDIERS
I
THE GOVERNMENT ALLOWANCE
BADLY NEEDED AT ORTING.
President [Boardmau has a Talk
With Goueruor Ferry—7Tl“:
States Guests.
George Board man, of Tacoma, president
of the board of trustees of the Soldiers’
’ Home at Ortiiig, had a conference with
Governor Ferry today in refereuce to an
appropriation of SIOO per year for each res
ident of the Soldiers 7 Home. All necessary
documents have been prepared and will be
forwarded to Washington in time for the
meeting of the national niilitary'board on
January 18. The appropriation of seventy
live hundred dollars per aniium has
been almost exhausted, the Home having
been in running order at Orting but about
six months and the institution stands
badly in need of the government allow
ance.
Mr. Board man states that at present there
are forty—six men at the Home, the oldest
of whom is William Addison, of Oakes
dale, who lost three boys at Antietam. The
youngest inmate is 47 years of age. With
the present limited appropriation, fifty
men is about as many as can be provided
for, although there is an abundance of land
and buildings. The Home is one mile
southwest from the depot at Orting and
comprises 183 acres, beautifully situated.
For the accommodation of the inmates
five buildings, one main building and four
cottages have been erected, and nearly ev
ery city of any importance in the state is
fitting up a room at the Home.
“Within three years,” continued Ml."
Boardmaii, “we hope to be self—sustaining.
We have one of the best farms in the
county, and next year will raise enough
vegetables for all hands. We are running
pretty close as it is, averaging forty-seven
cents a day for each man, while the total
expense ofthe insti‘iution, salaries,iiicluded
is about $10,000."
“Have you a library ‘3”
“No, we have not, and in this connection
you might say to the public that anything
in the s mpß of reading matter will be ap
preciated. Even old news pappers we Will
be glad to have, for the guests can do noth—
ing and literature is scarce. They want
reading matter.
It is Whittier Day.
Today is Whittier day in the public
schools of Olympia. The good old poet is
84 years old today. Reading and speaking
from his selections were the order of the
day in the public schools and the pupils
acquitted themselves creditably.
I dimly guess from blessings known
Of greater out of sight,
And with the chastised psalmist own
His judgments, too, are right.
I long for household voices gone,
For vanished smiles I long,
But God hath led my dear ones on,
And he can do no wrong.
I know not what the future hath
Uf marvel or surprise,
Assured alone that life and death
His m'ercy underlies.
No offering of my own I have, .
No works my faith to prove; ’
I can but give the gifts he gave,
And plead his love for love.
And so beside the Silent Sea
I wait the muffled car;
No harm from him can come to me
On ocean or on shore.
I know not where his islands lift
Their fronded palms in air;
I only know I cannot drift
Beyond his love and care.
——Joliii Ur. Whittier.
NIIG’I‘EIIDRIILOHICAL REPORT.
OLYMPIA, Wash, Dec. 17, 1891.
if E 39': 5'5? erg
Plncc of o w 8 H a a State of
Observation. E sga gig §a weather.
3 8 9° 1: 233' I .
r! - 'a T' ~<§ :1
mix—Ea”... 30 22:03}? 5 .32 615$
A5t0ria........ 30.16 42 SW Light- 13 Cloudy
Portland 30.24 44 Cm Calm 46 Pt Cloudy
Walla Walla... 3").14 38 SW Light 06 Raining
Spokane...... 30.0836 W Light .16 Cloudy
Baker City... . 30.14 28 SE 6 .f )lCloud less
Roseburg..... 30.30 44 Gin Calml .02 Cloudy
Eureka. ..
Red 81ufi..... 30.26 38 N Light. .2SIFOggy
Sacramento... 3022 44 NW 8 J .23 Cloudy
San Francisco 30.26 46 N Light .48ICloudy
‘LOCAL REPORT.
OLYMPIA, Dec. 17, 1891.
The maximum temperature today was
45 degrees and the minimum 40. Maximum
speed of wind, 10 miles per hour, from
southwest. Amount of rainfall, .14 inches
(for twenty—four hours ending at 3 p. m.
Amount of rainfall since July 1, 1891.
27.57 inches; average (for several years)
since July 1, 1891, 19.48 inches; excess
since July 1, 1891, 8.08 inches. Fair
weather for Friday.
‘. B. OLNEY, Observer.
- 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 cutlery direct from the
factory. Carvers of all 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. j 1 .
Bucklln’s Arnica. Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Uhapped Hands, Cliilblains,
(lows, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Acme drug store, Marr & Ross,
, Proprietors.
Notice
. Is herebygiven that the undersigned has
presented a petition to the common coun
cilofthe city of Olympia, asking permis
sion to erect a warehouse on piling, front
ing on Seventh between Main and Colum
bia streets. J. A. SILSBY.
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 J
M.Swan. n3tt
Watch Guards. \
One of the nicest holiday presents froma
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 TRIBUNE office.
~ ‘ Wood and Bark. ‘
All kinds of dry wood and bark for sale
bv the undersigned, sizes to order.,
JOHN D. REAGH.
Office at Foster dz Laberee’s. Tel:3.
Great Bargains
In all grades of underwear. Prices have
been greatly reduced in these goods and it
Will pay you to examine our stock before
buying.
15-12 t Brown & FERRISS.
.Agents Wanted
For the Church News. Big money to
right people. Apply at 116 Third street.
dls<tf.
. Only $3.00 '
For a solid, dressy calf shoe at
dlse2w BROWN & FERRISS.
Eider down comforts at Armstrong’s next
Friday from $6 to 18 apiece.
OIIIMPIAN BQIEI‘S. I
MEETINGS TONIGHT. 1
EIQUAL SUFFRAGE AssocrA'rlorl—Tacoma.
hal .
UNITARIAN CHURCH MEETING—Jos. Chil
berg’s resipence.
KNIGHTS or Purine—Capitol Lodge
No. 15.
SOCIAL DANCE—Tacoma hall.
The Woman’s Relief Corps will meet to
morrow afternoon at 2 o’clock.
Years of experience in the watch factor.
ies has made us skillful in watch repair
ing. Rose & Godard.
The friends of the late Mrs. Irwin and
many members of the bar of Ghehalis
county are expected to arrive on: this even
ing’s tram to attend the funeral tomorrow.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Congrega
‘ tional church are preparing to give a war
concert soon after the holidays.
, _ Watches and jewelfiry are sold at the
lowest price at Neu er, the jeweler, 522
Main street, near Sixth, as he is selling out
I his stock. dls-5t
, The Prang system of drawing has been
; introduced into the public schools ofOlym
, pia, and will be adopted with the beginning
of the new year.
The greatest assortment of souvenier
’ spoons is always to be found at Rose :52
; (lodard’s. dl7—2t.
- Fine laundry work done at the Washing—
, ton Laundry, 217 Third street Monday free
1 of charge. tf dec 16
v If you want the genuine Rogers Bro’s.,
knives forks, spoons etc., go to Rose &
l Godard’s. The also carrly the Wm. Rogers
1 goods which cost much ess. dl7-2t.
y If you want a first~class lunch or dinner,
1 go to the Argo, 222 Fourth street.
- d9tf Heath & Sturtevant.
{ The Unitarians will meetat the residence
of Joseph Chiiberg this evening for the
; election of church officers.
' Souvenir spoons in every design are go
. ing like hot cakes at Sirnenson’s. d7tf
. Simenson will etch or engrave your
a souvenir spoons free of charge while you
I wait. d7tf
.5 $3.00 all-wool undershirts and drawers,
i $2.40, Bettman’s discount sale. dls-2W
l A flume is being extended along Moxlie
creek by the Water Works company, in or—
der that a supply of purer water, may be
, obtained.
3 Watches, diamonds and jewelry, clocks,
. spectacles and silverware at Talcott Bros.
1 al—t
- Have you seen those nobby overcoats a
L Brown dz Ferriss are selling at 20 per cent. ‘
oil"? They are great bargains. dls-2w
French imported suitings at cost at Arm—
strong Bros. next Friday. A $lO dress for
; SB. Something fine.
3 Are you fgoing to get a new suit before
, Xmas? I so you ought to see the goods
= Brown & Ferriss are selling at bed rock
3 prices. dls—2w
3 Every article in stock is marked in plain
figures and the 20 per cent. discount is
given from those prices. Bettman, the
clothier. dls-2W '
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired at
Simenson's. 315 Main street. al-tf
Ladies’ handkerchief from 50 to $1.50 at
Armstrong Bros. next Friday.
Haviland china and out glassware at
O’Connor’s. dls-tf.
New Home and Domestic sewing ma~
chines at Talcott Bros. al—tf
Lap tablets, purses, shopping bags, card
cases for ladies and gentlemen in all styles
at O’Connor’s. _ - ' dls-tf.
Art books, pictures, pastels, placques and ‘
fine mirrors at O’Connor’s. dls-tf.
Bibles, prayer books and hymnals and
Catholic prayer books at o’oonnor’s. ,
dls-tl‘. i
Stylish silk hem—stitched handkerchiefsl
for men at Armstrong’s next Friday.i
Something rare. Come early. i
, The steamer The Doctor leaves Olympia
at 8 a.m. daily for Shelton and Kamil
chic and returns the same day at 5 p.m. tf
Men’s underwear at $1 at Armstrong
Bros.’ next‘Friday.
Fred Carlyon, the jeweler. is receiving
city warrants.‘ p d16.5t
You can purchase jewelry and Christ
mas gifts, at ()arlyon’s for City warrants.
, ‘ d16.5t,
J. L. Brown has the finest line of razors,
strops, and smokers’ articles, in the city.
Pipes, cigars and Christmas gifts of the
finest quality, at the lowest prices. dl6ti
Carpenters’ and Joiners’ Union 542, of
Olyniipia elected the following officers
Tues ay evening: President, F. L. Cham- ‘
berlin; vice-president J. G' Munkhaus; re- ;
cording secretary, H. B. Smeadley; finan
cial secretary, W. L. Clark; treasurer, C. ‘
Johnson; conductor, F. W. Sylvester; war- .
den, J. M. Frederickson; trustees, W. 11).!
Mitchell, R. A. qumpson, M. Baruhardt. ‘
Books and booklets for Christmas at‘
Starr’s.
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PERSONALITIES.
W. B. Shearer is at the hospital, with fe
ver. ;
George F. Stone left for Portland this
morning.
Assessor C. M. Moore has handed in his
resignation.
James Saunders was admitted to the sol
disrs’ home today.
Mrs. S. W. Percival has just paid her
county taxes amounting to $2,200.
Frank A. Howard is in the city. He is
now the proprietor of the Occidental res—
taurant, at Seattle.
' Attorney Austin,who left here for Wash
ington city some time time ago, is at the
home of his mother in Massachusetts.
Miss Richards, of the first primary de
partment of the Washington school, has
obtained a two months’ leave of absence to
visit her home in lowa. Miss Ella Boyer
will be in charge during Miss Richard’s
absence.
A party of thirteen of the Olympia Col
legiate institute students, consisting‘ff the
Misses Barr, Hagener, Masters, i suck,
Wakeman, Wilson and the Messrs. Mauck,
Coomis. Redinger. Freeburger, Fisher,
Wokeman and Prof. Beeler recently made
a pleasure trip across the bay to the
steamer McArthur.
Attorney W. W. Langhorne,'of Chehalis,
C. F. Bilman, of Portland, 0. A. Hawkins,
San Francisco, George R. Cleveland, Chi
cago, Alex Paulson and wife, Hoquiam,
and Charles Shaw, of |Tacoma, are at the
Olympia.
Pioneer Thomas I-‘rather will leave to—
morrow to visit his sister Mrs. Dr. Lock
ridge, in Albany, Oregon. “I have just
paid my taxes, $701); too much, too much
money,” said Mr. Prather this morning.
“General McKenny paid SI4OO, but he has
something to show for it.”
See those pretty little ink stands at
Starr’s. _
EQUAL SUFFRAGE.
The Convention Opens this Afternoon,
at Tacoma Hail.
The Washington Equal Suffrage asso
ciatiation convened in Tacoma hall, this
afternoon. with the Hon. fEdward El—
dridge, of Whatcom, as president, Bessie
J. Savage as secretary. Miss Kennedy rep
resented the association at Seattle, the
balance of those present, about ten in
number, being from Olympia. The prin
cipal work of the association this after
noon is the election of delegates to the na
tional convention, to be held in Washing
ton City, on January 17th.
The right of women is now before the
United tates supreme court, although
those opposing woman suffrage are mak
ing vigorous efforts to have the case dis
missed. -
The association will endeavor to secure
new attorneys in Washington to repre
sent them before the supreme court, it
being thought that Mr. Austin is not in a
condition to handle the case
Mrs. A. H. H Stuart, Miss Kennedy and
Mrs. Stork were appointed a committee on
resolutions.
Arrived This Evening.
At Toklas & Kaufman’s, a beautiful line
of hand-painted handkerchief and glove
sets and elegant fans. For styles see ex
hibition in our corner wint ow tomor
row. 15-2 t
OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1891.
, LADIES’ DAY.
Special Services by the Y. M. C. A.
Next Sunday.
The young Men’s Christian association
will depart from the usual custom at the
afternoon meeting in Tacoma hall next
Sunday, and entertain the ladies of Olym
pia, who are interested in association work.
A number of local singers of considerable
note, will assist. Singing and praise giv
ing will the order of exercises. Every per
. son who has anything for which to praise
\ God will be given a. chance to express him
self. Charles D. Garlield will open the
meeting with a short talk upon some perti
nent phase of Christian experience. A
quartette, consisting of Misses Mamie Cov
ington. Cora Covington, Leland Hender
son aud Chas. Hooper, will favor those
present with several sacred songs. 111 every
way possible the service will be made as
interesting as possible. A general invita—
tion is extended to the public to attend
this special service.
Ladies’ cashmere hose at Armstrong
Bros.’ next Friday from 500 to $1.25.
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WANTED.
APOSITION as bookkeeper or salesman. Can
give a No. 1 reference. Address box 2.
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FOR RENT.
FURNISHED—A neat cottage, cheap. Inquire
at this oflice. d 4 ti
A NICELY furnished and pleasantly located
. room for rent. Apply at Olympia News
00., Fourth st. 1128-tf
ROOMS —gentlemen. Corner of Main and
Eighth streets. Reference required. 113tl
FOUR. unfurnished rooms, corner Unlon and
Jefferson sts. a29tf
FURNISHED apartments on Adams street, b_e
tween Sixth and Seventh st. Mrs. Follans
bee. afitf
AN eight room house on Main street near
Eighteenth. Newly papered and giainted
and in thorough repair. Apply at this 0 'ee.
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FOR SALE.
4-FOOT cord wood for sale at Pipe Factory at
$132 per cord, cash. _ d_l;ti
OLD papers at THE TRIBUNE 25 cents per
hundred.
TRAVELERS’ GUIDE
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Tacoma. and. Portland Passenger.
Leaves Portland...... .............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.lll
Arrive from Tac0ma............. ........12:!)5a.m
Leaves for Portlaléd via Gate City. . . . .. 1:00 a.m
Arriveat Portlan. 700 a.m
MONTESANO PASSENGER.
Leave Tacoma. 8:10 am Lv Montesano..2:4s p.m
Lv Olympia... 9:32 amthv 01ympia....4:50 p.lll
Ar Montesano. 11:25 a..ln Ar Tacoma. .. , .6100 p.rn
CHEHALIS PASSENGER.
Lv Chehalis. . . 7:00 a.m Lv Tacoma. . .. 3:55 p.m
Lv Olympia... 8:37 a.m Lv Olympia ....5:20 13.11]
Ar Tacoma... .10:00 a.ln Ar Chehalis....7:oo pan
Port ’l‘o‘vnsend Southern.
NUMBER ONE.
Leave........... ...01ympia..........: 9:40 a.ln
Arrive...............'i‘enin0.............10;30a.m
NUMBER 'rwo.
Leave.............,..Tenin0i...........10:50ain
Arrive...............01y1npia............11:50 a.m
NUMBER THREE.
Leave............1...01ympia.......... 3:sopm
Arrive... ...........Teniu0........... 4:sopm
NUMBER FOUR.
Leave.......... .....Tenino..... 4:ospm
Arrive5.............01ympia............ 5:55p.ni
On Sunday the morning train leaves at9:4o sun.
and remains at Teninountil 4:05 p.m.,arriviug 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.
STEAMER LINES.
Every day except Sunday the Multnomah ar
rives from Tacoma at 10:30 a.m. ; returning,
leaves at 1 p.m. for Tacoma and Seattle.
Clara Brown leaves Olympia Tuesday, Thurs»
dav and Saturday at 9 a.ln. for Tacoma and Se
attle. Returning, leaves Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at 5:30 film.
For Shelton, the illie leaves daily except
Sunday at 9:30. a.m. Returning. arrives here at
3 p.111n., connecting both ways with the Multno
ma .
For Kamilchie, and Shelton—Doctor leaves
daily at 25 a.m.; returning. arrives at 5 p.m.
ALL ABOUT THE MAILS.
MAIL DEPARTURES.
DAILY.
Grays Harbor and Coast points. . . . .9z15 a.m
Tacoma (Pouch Direct)......,.......... 8:00 am
Tumwater, Tenino and allpoints south 9:15 a.m
Eastern states and all points east and
north 4:lspm
All points south, also states east and
south 7:oopm
Pickering, weekly, Saturday. . . . .. . 8:00 a.ln
Kamiiehe and Shelton, daily except
Sunday 12:00 p.m
ARRIVALS.
DAILY.
Points in Oregon, southern and north
western aud eastern Washington. . 4:40 p.m
Northwestern 5tate5.................... 9:32 a.m
Grays Harbor and Coast points. ... 4 :40 p.m
Tumwater and Tenin0................. 5:50 p.m
Kamllehe and Shelton, daily except
5unday.............................. 12:30pm
Pickering, week1y....................... 11:00 a.ln
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REPORF OF [H]: CONDI HON
~or‘ THE——
F' tNt' 18 kal '
lI’S a 10110 Elll 0 ympm,
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At Olympia, in the State of Washington, at the
close of business, Dec. 2, 1801:
RESOURCES.
Loans and di5c0unt5.................5204,027 81
Overdratts, secured and unsecured.. 1,482 s’)
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation... .. 25,000 00
Stocks.securit es, claims. etc....... .. 73,169 81
Due from approved reserve agents. 35,154 02
Due from other National banke. .. . . 5,923 02
Due from state banks and bankers... 1,302 28
Banking house. furniture and fix
- ture5............................... 33,180 46.
Other real estate and mortgages \
0wned.........z................... [oo‘
Current expenses and taxes paid.... 5,168,537 ‘
PremiumsonU. S. 80nd5............. 85000
Checks and other cash item 5......... 1,877 97 ‘
Billsof other bank 5........ 37000
Fractional paper currency. nickels
andcent5......................... 12230
5pecie................................. 30,863 50
Legal-tender n0te5............. ...... 2,950 00
Redemption fund with U. S. treas
~ urer (5 per cent. of circulation).. . 1,125 00
, T0ta1...............................5423,GG7Ci
\ LIABILITLES.
Capital stock paidin.... ..............$1.00,000 00
Surplus fund............ .............. 20,000 00
Undivirled pr0fit5..................... 12,102 30
National bank notes outstanding.... 22,530 00
Individual deposits subject to check 202,215 27
Demand certificates of dcposit...... 45,315 42
Certified cheek 5:....................... 2,589 35
Due to other National 8ank5....... 4.728 60
Due to State Banks and bankers. ... .. 14,216 60
Total ....s-i23,067 54
STATE or WASHINGTON,E gs
County of Thurston ‘ 5'
I, L. W. Ostrander, Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief.~ L. W. OSTRANDER, Cashier.
Www Subscribed and sworn to be—
; NOTARY E fore me this 17 day of Dec. 1891.
SEAL. FRANK M. GOWEY,
MMWV _ , Notary Public.
Residing at Olympia, Wash.
Correcta—Attest:
A. A. PHILLIPS, '
GEO.D. SHANNON, Directors.
A. E. CHAMBERS, {
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Corner of Third and Jefferson. Street, Olympia.
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TALOOTT BROS
+§The Reliable Jewelers%-
424 MAIN STREET, OLYMPIA,
Have just refitted their store and disposed of all their old stock and opened up the
finest. stock of VVatChes, Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silver aml Silver Plated Ware,
'Gold Pens, Holders, etc. No goods misrepresented. Established in Olympia; in 1872.
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Lofstad Fur CO. ‘
~————-—IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF——
FINE - FURS
O—RAW FURS BOUGHT.—O
’l‘he Making of Seal Garmerits a Specialty.
(l. LOFSTAD, Agent; 939 C Street, Tacoma, Wash. '
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EARNED 82 BATES
Undertake rs and Funeral Directors
:J: _ _ Especial Attention Given to Embalming for Shipment.
2 OPEN DAY AND' NIGHT TEL. No-7-
. [\Vest Sixth Street.
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——WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ' I
Dressed Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
' , POULTRY, ETC.,ETC.
Telephone No. to. Office and Salesroom, 622 Fourth st.
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, ,T. J. MCBRATNEY
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arm . Cll‘v erV agons
Carriages, Buggies, Road Carts, Plows, Etc
Agricultural Implements of EVery Description.
COLUMBIA, NEAR FIFTH STREET:
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STATE PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY
FINE IRINTIN G.
Book : and : Job : Printing: Specialties.
Northeast Corner of Fourth and Adams Street, Olympia, \Vashingtou
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CARTRIDGES LOADED TO ORDER. AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS. J
_ Silsby quck, Main Street, Olympia
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OUVENIR spoons are decidedly the fad this 3ear. I
have them in many designs, and will etch or en- g
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. t. L
EXICAN Onyx and Marble Clocks will be dis
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a‘l s posed of at cost. I have too many of them and ‘ ..
1 must sacrifice. .
VERY boy ought to have awatch. It is a good way I
Eto reward ' merit, and can be had from a mere ,
song up. .
; OBODY wants to pass Christmas without remem
bering a friend. Gifts may be small, but let them
be substantial. ’
ILVERVVARE—smaII and large pieces are appre— ,
ciated. Napkin rings, fruit knives, nut cracks and .
picks and many pretty things. ~
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PPORTUNITY is a great point in life. When you
‘i‘° get it, use it. Examine my line of chains. charms, .
-. .. - ' pins, and pretty things for ladies and gentlemen.
1.; v__- EVER will you be able to purchase so much for so
little. Simsenson's motto is: .If your purchase
3: 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
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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 sates, 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 g -
goods must be sold. ‘
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Corner of Main and Third Street I ~
R. G. OIBRInN. _ S. C. WOODRUFF. ‘
' OLYMPIA .
Real Estate, Loan & Insurance Agency
ROOMS 15 and 16, WOODRUFF BLOCK.
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EPRESENT thirteen of the strongest companies in the world. Losses promptly
adjusted and paid. I,
R Any quantity of the finest farming and orchard land in the state, im roved or
unimproved, and in tracts from one acre to five hundred acres. Lots ildr sale in
all parts of the city. Look out for a big rise in real estate in the spring. If 'you want to
buy anything, BUY NOW. ‘
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Fashionable MerchantTallor
' Has all the Latest Styles for the Fall and Winter season: Fit, Style and Workman
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l 522 Main Street. Olympia. Wash. _ 9.
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Dealers in drug?) hrgiiiCéggslésftlixéea 1231112: :owzéyggsggs and perfumery.
3 Olympia ~ ~ ':. «v Washington ,

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