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OLYMPI A TRIBUNE
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Punmsnnn EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. 1
OFFICE: 509 and 511 Main street. ‘
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Advertising rates according to space or time.
Copy for changes of advertisements must be in
not later than 9 o’clock a. m. Those received af
ter that hour will be changed the following day.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
DAILY.
One year, bymai1........................... $7 00
Bixmonths, bymai1........................ 3 50
Threemouths, by mail 2 00
Delivered byearrier, per week. ... .. ~. . 25
Delivered by carrier, per month. ..... ... .. 1 00
Single c0pie5.........................,...... 5
WEEKLY. -
One year, bynmil 150
Sixmonthé, by mall I 00
Threemonths bynmi1......... 50
Invariabiy in advance.
- Address:
THE TRIBUNE.
Olympia, Wash.
J. MILLSPAUGH, Business Manager.
OLYMPIA
Capital of State of Washington.
Population 8500.
MAJOR MCCLAUGHRY, Chicago’s chief of
police, says that “the pawnbroker does‘
more to foster crime than all the burglars
in the country.” And what fosters the
pawnbroker? Drink, gaming and general
profligacy of all sorts. In some cities the
pawnbrokers are regulated by a. strict law
requiring them to keep open books and
take description of persons who pawn ar
ticles. This leads to the detection of burg
lars and others by the police departments.
Honest poverty seldom seeks the pawn
broker. A? Wfl
THE New York Tribune says: “The
warmest advocates of the Chinese exclu
sion law are the Chinese themselves who
are in this country. Nothing, in fact,
would please them less than to have the
present exclusion law abrogated.” It
would be well to keep them out of the
country altogether. Look at the difference
between the cost of maintaining paupers
in King county and Pierce county. One is
afflicted with the Chinese curse, the other
is not. The Chinese hurt white labor.
They are a race of smugglers andlaw
breakers and send all their money out of
the country.
PIHNEERS.’
The old pioneers of the state of Wash
ington ought to take an interest in the his
torical society recently organized, C. W.
Hobart, of Tacoma, is the secretary. He
has an oiflce there and is collecting inter
esting historical matter. Many years ago
Mr. Hobart, then a citizen of lowa, was
one of the organizers of the historical so
ciety of that state, which today has a fine
building and library and is one of the land
marks of progressive lowa. Washington
is rich in historical matter, which will go to
waste unléss it is properly utilized. Every
old pioneershould send his name and ap
plication for membership to Secretary Ho
bart, in order to begin the new year as a
member of a society which will become an
important one in the_future history of the
state, and which is, to collect, preserve and
publish the accounts of the early struggles
of the people who broke the pathway of
civilization for the present and future gen
erations. w 7
YOUNG VANDALS.
It is not Worth while to say much about
the old ones. Perhaps the best that can
be done with them is to put them
in prison, for it is hard to teach
an old dog new tricks, especially bet
ter ones. But to the young vandals of
Olympia a word: Do you think it adds to
your good name among decent people to
W KW“, break windows in vacant
f‘:M-smwl filthy phrases or indecent
WMWI boards, barns and fences?
V Disgusting u is such things in the eyes of
‘..‘Mm’ople, you are hurting your
, ”fumble than anyone else. No boy
' “own to be guilty of such indecencies and
known to have a passion to destroy andwde~
face property, would be the boy any one
would want to give a place to as cash boy
in a store or- as errand boy in a bank or of
fice ? Such boys need not apply for any re
spectable work to respectable people. Sup
‘Dose you had your way and all the win
dows in town were broken, all the
signs defaced; all the painted houses
were smeared with mud and everything
that had a semblance of beauty was trans~
{WWHMN ugliness. Do you
t, ‘ WWW “like to live in
WW*WVflery one did as
mwwmhflflhflhmg pretty or
‘ WMWattWMmma be like it
' 15$. m filings: Do you wish to be
considered as SIW‘S‘fiGH?“ You are worse
than Siwashes, for the Indians make their
towns as pretty and decent as they know
how, while you make your town still uglier
and more indecent than it is. A boy who
indulges his passion to destroy prop’
erty and gives way to his passion to
make anything less beautiful or
clean, is nursing a spirit of evil in his
' breast that will make him a dispised mem
"mwg :ciety and will prepare him for the
‘i 1 ry. Parents and teachers, and in
j...‘MWtizens who have an interest in the
yw'iiflgfivilization which shall grace or
it," 'Me shores twenty years hence
~39:th I's 3W to it that the boys of today are
fmiored .of decency and things beautiful
and decent. They should be so trained at
home, on the street in public school and
in Sunday school that they will feel that it
isacrime to wantonly destroy property,
or make anything less beautiful and clean
anywhere along our streets or alleys. Let
them be inspired with a love of the beauti
ful and clean so that they shall take pleas
ure in protecting and promoting it. It is
more important than for them to learn by
rote the multiplication table or the Dec
aiogue. .
The Doctor’s Paifiafits.
N. Y. Recorder: “Do all your patients
close their eyes, doctor?” asked a Women
as she settled herself ina dentist’s chair
and dro ped her eyelids, preparator to
having hear teeth ti lled. y
“Not all of them, but I wish they would.
It makes me nervous when they _keeip them
open. You know the work is so elicate
and minute that I get very intent upon it
and hardly remember that I am operating 1
on a human being until suddenly my gaze ;
meets somebody 3 eyes close to me and;
fixed upon me. It distracts my attention
and upsets my work for a moment.
“But I never ask patients to close their
eyes if they don’t do it of their own voli
tion. I had one experience of that kind,
and one is enough. I hada young lady
fora patient who never closed her eyes,
but continually fixed her gaze upon me.
Solasked her one day to keep her eyes
closed. I wasn’t more than two days later
thfaft I heard a. marvelous tale about my
se . ’
“The young woman had told some
friends that I said her eyes were so beauti
ful and so distracting that I really couldn‘t
fix my mind upon my work unless she
would consent to keep them shut. My
Wife heard the same story, too, and for
several weeks afterward our relations were
somewhat strained. So now I never say
anything to a patient unless it’s a man.”
ORIGIN OF THE GREENBACK.
Lincoln’s Letter Acknowledging Cb].
Taylor’s Invaluable Suggestion. ’
One of America‘s most notable charac
ters, Col. Edmond Dick Taylor, the man
to whom President Lincoln gave the credit
of originating the greenback currency idea
was buried in Chicago a few days ago. 001.
Taylor’s death has brought to light many
important facts heretofore unpublished or
little known. He it was who induced Lin
coln to leave the country store at Salem
and $0 to Springfield and study law‘ Dur
ing 1; 1e civil war, at a time when the gov
ernment’s credit with Europe was ex
hausted and the soldiers were crying for
money, and the treasury was empty, Lin
coln sent for 001. Taylor. When the
,scheme evolved by them becamea pro
jnounced success, Lincoln wrote 001. Tay
‘ lor the following letter.
‘ My dear Col. Dick: 1 have long deter
mined to make public the origin of the
greenback, and te l the world that it is of
Dick Taylor’s creation. You had
always been friendly to me, and
when troublous times fell on us,
and my shoulders, though broad and
willing, were weak, and myself surrounded
by such circumstances and such people
that I knew not whom to trust; then I
said in my extremity, I will send for 001.
Taylor; he will know what to do. You
came, and I said to you: “What can we
do?” You said: “Why, issue Treasury
, notes bearing no interest, printed ,on the
‘best banking paper. Issue enough to pay
ofi‘ the army expenses and declare it legal
tender.” Chase thought it a hazardous
thing, but we finally accomplished it, and
gave to the people of this republic the
greatest blessing they ever had—their own
paper to pay. their own debts. It is due to
you, the at er of the present greenback.
that the people should know it, and I take
great pleasure in making it known. How
many times have I laughed at you telling
me plainly that I was too lazy to be any
thing bnt a lawyer. Yours truly:
_ ‘ _ > _A: AINCQLN.
Taylor was a warm friend at: (Ee-liréféjnt
as well as of Lincoln and carried many dls
patches between the ‘two.
For Nale 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. Perclval, Union Dock, Olympus or to J
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25¢. a box. Newihn-k Depot,36s Canal 52L:
FOR SALE.
The assets of the OLYMPIA HARDWARE
COMPANY, a corporation organized under
the laws of the State of Washington, with
its chief place of business at Olympia, are
offered for sale under resolution of the
stockholders of. said company, passed Dec.
7, 1891: these assets consisting of Merchan
dise, Bills Receivable, Accounts and other
items. all of the nominal value of $20,631.-
79 will be sold, as a whole to the relative
highest and best bidder 'in the interest of
said Olympia Hardware Company, and in
the discretion of the undersrgned. The
right to adjourn the sale or to reject any
and all bids is hereby reserved.
Bids in writing will be received by the
undersigned Secretary at the Olympia
Hardware Company’s office at Olympia,
Wash., until Monday, December 21, 1891,
12 o’clock, m.; cash bid must be accom
panied by a certified check for five per cent
of the amount bid, as a security that the
successful bidder will carry out the terms
if accepted, or forfeit the same as a penalty
for any omission to do so; all other checks
to be returned to drawers.
The bids to state how many cents on the
dollar is ofi'ered, whether in cash or on
time; if on time, deferred payments to
bear 8 per cent interest per annum, paya
ble semi-annually; maxrmum time not to
exceed 36 months; all time payments to
be secured with first-class security. All
information in relation to the lines offered
for sale, quantity, quality and otherwise at
the office, of the Olympia Hardware Com
an . .
p Pebposals for the purchase of the capital
stock of the Olympia Hardware Company
150 Shares of a par value of SIOO each, wili
also be entertained under the same terms
and conditions as stated heretofore for the
sale of the assets of said company.
The value of the stock stands on the
books of the company on December 1,
1891, at $107.53 per share. The company
has virtually no liabilities, except what
can be settled within one hour after notice;
freedom of liabilities will be guaranteed.
FRANCIS A. HOFFMAN, Secretary.
FRANCIS HENRY, President.
Olympia. Wash., December 7, 1891.
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OLM Y PIA. '
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Colleglate Instltute
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“The Pioneer School of Washington.”
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COLLEOE COURSE, per term, - sl2.
NORMAL COURsE, per term, - 12.
COMMERCIAL COURSE, per term, 13.
GRAMMER COURSE, per term, - 8.
MUSIC, per term, - - - 12.
ELOCUTION, per terml - - 15.
STENOGRAPHY, per term, - - 13.
Am INSTRTCTION, per hour, - 250.
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The ofler of board, tuition and room rent for
$l5O per year in advance has already brought
about 75 students to Olympia. from abroad. All
the priveleges and opportunities of the Institute
are oyen to the patrons of Olympia for the price
of tu tion alone
A Faculty of nine Instructors and Sffecialists,
completely furnished boarding an lodiing
halls, literary and debating soeioties and t or
ough work in all departments are the advan
tages offered.
For further information call on or address
REV. LUTHER COVINGTON,
PRESIDENT.
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E. S. HORTON
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Steam and Gas-Flttmg.
Stoves and Tinware.
424 Fourth st. Telephone No. 13. '
Special Assessment Sale. ’
NOTICE is hereby given that by Virtue of and
pursuant to a warrant to me directed, re
quiring me to collect the remaining delinquent
and special assessments for grading of Adams
street from Fourth to Thirteenth street, which
became delinquent April 19, 1890, that I will on
the 7th day of January, 1892, at the hour of 11
o’clock in the forenoon of that day at the front
door of the City Hall at Olympia, Thurston
County, Washington, sell at public auction all
of the following real estate upon which the de
linquent special assessment for grading said
Adams street from Fourth to Thirteenth street
have not been paid, or so much thereof as may
be necessary to satisfy such _delinqnent assess
ments due the city of Olympia, and for which
the city is liable.
The names of the respective owners of the
lands assessed, and the assessments due includ
ing penalty and interest to date of sale is as fol
lows, to-wit:
William Billings, lot 4, block 36, Olympia..s72 40
Witness my hand this 2d day of December,
1891. ' A. P. FITCH,
City Attorney. J
First publication Dec. 5, 1891. >
bLYMPIA. WASHINGTON SATURDAY, DEC 326, 139:.
“August
Flower”
How does he feel ?—He feels
crankyhand is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions, and changing the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, and
manner of his eating—August
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel ?——He feels at
times a gnawing, voracious, insati
able appetite,wholly unaccountable,
unnatural and unhealthy.-—August
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel 7—He feels no
desire to go to the table and a
grumbling. , fault-finding, over-nice
ty about what is set before him when
he is there—August Flower the
Remedy.
How does he feel ?—He feels
after a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food; as if a
mouthful would kill him—August
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel ?—-I-Ie has ir
regular bowels and peculiar stools—
Qggustflewel: the Remedy. ©
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
GEO. B. ARMSTRONG, M. D., L. R. C. 8.,
(Edin. Office Ghambers’ block, residence,
Olympia. Hotel, Telephone no. 1.
DR. HAL M. WYMA N, Physician and Sur
geon—Office hours: 10 to 12 a.m‘, 1 to 3and
gm ggpm. Chilborg block, Olympia. Telephone
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DR. E. .A. JACKMAN. Ollice and residence,
Hale Block,Fourth st.
DR. GEO. W. INGHAMAOfl‘xce, Turner Blockl
corner Fourth and anin streets.
DR. KINCAID, came over Toklas J: Kauf
man’s. Residence, cor J efi'erson and 18th sts.
Olympia, Wash. . >
DR. J. F. WATT, ofl‘lce, rooms 4 and C Cham
bera’ block. Residence between firauklin
and Tenth street. Oflice hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2
to 4 and 7toß p. 111. Telephone 62.
C P. JEN’IO, M. D. C. M. Oxfice, Chambers
. Block, Office hours, 10 to .12; 2t05; Ho
9. Telephone No. 30
DENTISTS.
A B. WOODARD, dentist,Main street, Cham
. begs’ block.
P H. CARLYON, D. D. 8., dental rooms cor
bl .k ner Main and Fifth, opposite OdQFellows’
oc .
A S. OLIVER, surgeon dentist. Teeth tx
. tracted without ilmin. Gold plates, crown
and bridge work a spec alty. Office in Stuart’s
swornfir corner Main and Sixth streets Olympxa,
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PROFESS IONAL.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW. .
Room No. 1. - - Chilberg Block.
, , Main street, Olympia. ‘
A P. FITCH . ‘
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 2 and 3, - - Turner Block.
OLYMPIA. WASH.
EDDY 65 GORDON
_ ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OLYMPIA. - - WASHINGTON. ’
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ROOT & MITCHELL a
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office rooms 2 and 3, Odd Fellows Temple,
OLYMPIA, WAsrn;
HOMER C. ATWELL
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Turner Block, corner Main and Fourth st.
.OLYMPIA, WASH. V
JC. RATHBUN ‘
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
111 Fourth st.
FRANCIS HENRY
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Proprietor of Thurston county abstract,
the oldest in the state.
OLYMPIA 4 - - WASH.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 14 and 15. - - - Stuart Block.
‘ OLYMPIA. WASH.
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JOHN G, KLEBER
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Turner Block, 001'. Fourth and Main St.
OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Williams’ Block 3
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Statement Showing Profits for First
Six Months Business of the '
Olympia Bulldmg & Loan Assc.
RECEIPTS.
Premium5“........,...i............ .....5 996 00
Intrest.. . 10400
Fine5....................--"4.............. 1375
Transfer Fees 500
57118 75'
DISBUKSEMENTS.
Salary ......$ 319 67
Rent .. . 6500
1ntere5t0n0verdraft.“.................. 875
t800k5,5tati0neryetc...................... 284 i
Adverti5ing.........i..................... 6000
Notary Fees 242
fiet Pr0fit5........................i....... 63450
i _, $111875
There are 450 shares in force at the present
time; the net profit per share is therefore $1.41.
The equated amount of the Investment ioruthe
six months ending December lat, is $3. This
.shows a. clear profit of 4"! per cent.
In addition to this profit to the investors,
Olympia. has been benefitted by the erection of
three neat and tasty homes. '-
Atthe last meeting of the trustees it was de
cided to open up another series and the books
are now open to receive subscriptions to the
same at the oflice of the secretary, room 8, Chil
berg block.
Special Assessment Sale.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and
pursuant to a. warrant to me directed, re
quiring me to collect the remaining delinquent
and special assessments for graveling Sixth
street from Budd’s Inlet to *Jeil‘erson street,
which became delinquent June 3. 1890, and I
will on the 7th day of J nnuary, 1892, at the hour
of 11 o’clock in the iorenoon of that day at the
front door of the City Hall at Olympia, Thurs
12011 County, Washington, sell at public auction
all of the following real estate upon which the
delinquent special assessment for graveling
said Sixth street from Budd’s Inlet to J efi'erson
street have not been paid, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy such delinquent as
sessments due the city of Olympia and for
which the city is liable.
The names of the respective owners of the
'lands assessed, and the assessments due includ
ing penalty and interest to date of sale is as fob
, lows, to-wit:
Peterfield Tux-gin, lot 7, block 6, Olympia. .542 B'7
Hsdlnn, lot 6, lock 15, Olympia.... . 2x 43
"l‘. M. Reed, lot 8, block 25,01y1npia........ 21 43
T. M. Reed, lot ’l, block 25, Olympia. . . . . . . . -21 43
Eliza. Parker and Robert Frost, lot 8, block
45, 01ympia............................... 21 43
Robert A. Parker. lot 7, block 45, Olympia. 2L 4%
J. G. Sparks, lot 6, block 45, Olympia...” .. 21 43
J. G. Sparks, lot 5, block 45 Olympia... 21 4%
Estate- of G. G. Turner. lot 4, block 46,
Olympia, . 21 43
J. D. Miller, lot 3, block 46, 01ympia....... 21 43
J. G. Sparks, lot 2, block 4.6, 01ympia....... 21 43
J. G. Sparks, lot 1, block 46, 01ympia....... 21 43
William, and C. A. Billings, lot 4, block 36,
Olympia 21 53
Thurston County, lot 3, block 26, Olympia. 21 4%
Mrs. R. D. Kellett, 110% of block 36, 01ym
pia.......... . .. 42 87
Ilnrriot Talcott, lot 2, block 7, Olympia... . 42 S 7
Witness my hand this 2d day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH.
City Attorney.
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bpeclal Assessment Sale.
N OTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and
pursuant to a werrant to me directed, re
quiring me to collect the remaining delinquent
and special assessments for gmveling Eighth
street from'Mnin street to Jefferson street, which
became delinquent Sept. 12, 1890, and I will on
the Bth day of January, 1892, at the hour of 11
o'clock in the forcnoon of that day, at the front
door of the city hall at Olympia, Thurston
county, Washington, sell at public auction. all
of the following real estate upon which the de«
linquent specie assessment for gravelingr said
Eignth street from M aiu street to Jefferson
street have not been paid, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy such delinquent ss
sessments due to the city of Olympia, and for
which the city is liable.
The names of the respective owners of the
lands assessed and the assessments ’due, inelndo
ing pensity and interests to date of sale, is as
follows, towit:
Mrs. L. M . Sizer, lot 7, Block 37, Olympia, .522 34
Alexander Farquhar, block 47, Olympia... 'B3 75
G. Rosenthal, lot 1, block 28, Olymnia.... 22 34
Witness my hand this 2d day 01 December,
1891. A. P. FITCH, City Attorney.‘
First publication Dec. 5, 1891.
special Assessment Sale.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and
pursuant to a warrant to me directed, re
quiring me to collect the remaining delinquent
and special assessments for the §raveling int’n
street from Columbia street to eflerson street‘
which became delinquent September 12, 1890,
and I will on the 7th day of J enuary, 1892, at the
‘hour of 11 o‘clock in the forenoon of that day,
at the front door of the city hall at Olymgia,
Thurston county, Washin§ton. sell at pu lic
auction all of the follow ng real‘estate upon
which the delinquent special assessment for
graveling said Ninth street from Columbia street
to Jefferson street have not been paid, or so
much thereof as may benecessary to satisfy such
delinquent assessments due to the city 0: Olym
pia, and for which the city is liable,
The names of the respective owners of lands
assessed and the "assessments .due, including
yenalty and interest to date of sale, is as fol
.ows, towit:
Sisters of Charity of the house of Provi
dence, block 9, 01ympia..................583 75
J. W. Wanghole, lot 8, block 18, Olympia. .20 98
J. W. Winghole, lot '2', block 18, Olympia.. 20 93
G. Rosenthal. lot 8, block 28, Olympia.... . 20 93
Estate of Julia 1. Israel, lot 7, block 28,
Olympia 20 83
Witness my hand this 2d day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH, City Attorney.
First publication Dec. 5. 1891.
Special. Assessment Salé
1 NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of’and
‘ pursuant to a warrant to me directed re
, quiring me to collect the remaining delinquent
3 and special assessments for graveling Tenth
1 street from Columbia street to Jefferson street.
1 which became dellli%uent October 9, 1889, and I
will on the Sth day 0 January, 1882, at the hour
, of 11 o’clock in the forenoon' of that day, at the
, front door of the city hall at Olympia, Thurston
1 county Washington, sell at public auction all
l of the following real estate upon which the de
linquent special assessment for graveling said
Tenth street from Columbia street to Je erson
street have not been paid, or so much thereoi
as may be necessary to satisfy such delinquent
asssessmgnts due to the city of Olympia, and for
which th city is liable.
The names of the respective owners of the
lands assessed and the assessments due, includ.
‘ ing penalty and interest to date of sale, is as fol
lows, towit:
A. 0. Damon block 65, 60 feet on Columbia
street and 60 feet on Tenth _street, south
west corner of block, Olympia, Sylvester’s
additi0n.....................:.............522 63
American Congregational Union, block 65
piece of lan bounded by line commenc
ing at southeast corner 0 block; running
thence north 60 feet; thence west 120 feet;
thence south 60 feet; thence east 120 feet,
Olympia, Sylvester’s additi0n............ 45 27
S. M. and D. S. Percival. lot 8, block 29,
south 60 feet, Olympia, Sylvester’s addi
tion..... “...... 22 63
S. M. and D. S . Percival, lot 7, block 29 ,
south 60 feet, of Olympia, Sylvester’s ad—
dition 22 63
T. M. Reed, lot 2, block 61, north 60 feet,
Sylvester's addition 22 63
T. M. Reed, lot 1, block 61, north 60 feet.
Sylvester’saddition 22 63
W. . Stewart, lot 2, block 63, north 60 feet,
Sylvester’s addition 22 63
W. D. Stewart, lot 1, block 63 north 60 feet,
Sylvester’s addition 22 63
I. C. Patton, lot 2, _block 64, north 60 feet, ‘
Sylvester’s addition 22 63
I. C. Patton, lot 1. block 64, north 60 feet,
Sylvester’s addition 22 6'3
Jos. R. Hayden, lot 4, block 66, north 60
feet,Sylvester’s addition.... 22 63
Jos. R. Hayden, lot 3, block 66, north 60
feet, Sylvester’s additi0n................ 22 63
Witness my hand this 2d day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH, City Attorney.
First publication Dec. 5, 1891.
Special Assessment Sale.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and
pursuant to a warrant to me directed, re
, quiring me to collect the remaining delinquent
‘ and special assessments for gravelmg Seventh
, street from Budd’s Inlet to Jefferson street
which became delinquent June 3, 1890, thatf
will on the Bth day of January, 1892, at the hour
of 11 o’clock in the forenoon of that day at the
front door of the city hall at Olympia, Thurston
County, Washington, sell at public auction all
of the followins real estate upon which the de
linquent specia assessment ior graveling said
Seventh street, between Budd’s .lnlet and J et
ferson street have not been paid, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy such de
linquent assessments due to the city of Olym
pia, and for which the city is liable.
The names of the respective owners of the
lands assessed, and the assessments due includ
ing penalty and interest to date of sale is as fol
lows, to-Wit:
D. S. B. Henryflot G, block 36, Olympia. . . .s2l 25
D. S. B. Henry, lot 5, block 36, Olympia... .. 21 25
Witness my hand this 2d day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH,
City Attorney.
First publication, Dec. 5, 1691.
ADVERTISE '
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The Tribune.
Special Assessment Sale.
l
_NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and ‘
pursuant to a warrant to me directed, re- ‘
quiring me to collect the remaining delinquent
and special assessments for graveling Washinp
ton street from Fourth street to Union strees
which became delinquent August 15, 1890, that I
will on the '.‘th day of January, 1892, at the hour
of 11 o'clock in the forenoon of that day at the
front door of the City Hall at Olympia, Thurs
ton CountV, Washington, sell at public auction
all of the :ollowing real estate upon which the
delinquent special assessment for gravelinz said
Washington street irom Fourth street to Lnion
street have not been paid, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy such delinquent as
sessments due to the city of Olympia, and for
which the city is liable.
The names of the respective owners of the
lands assessed, and the assessments due includ
ing penalty and interest to date of sale is as fol
lows, to-Wit:
Estate of F. R. Tilley and of R. A. Tilley,
and Frank Tilley, lots, block 14, Olym
pia $37 62
William Billings and Chas. A. Billings, lot '
4, block 19, 01ympia.................‘... .37 62
Estate of Marshall Blinn, lot 5, block C',
1 01ympia.................................. 37 62
‘ H. B. MoElroy and Sarah E. McElroy, lot i
and lot 8, block 27, 01yn1pia.‘... .. .. . ... .. 78 91
S. M. Percival and D. U. Percival, south %
of Bblock 29,01ympia........A............ 18 81
Sarah Brennar, John G. Sparks, and John
S. Brenner, north %, of 8, block 29,
Olympia 1881
Witness my hand this 2d day of Dec., 1891.
A. P. FITCH,
City Attorney.
First publication Dec. 5, 1891.
Special Assessment Sale.
N OTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and
. pursuant to warrant to me directed re
quiring me to collect the remaining delinquent
and special assessments for gmvelinfil Adams
street from Fourth street to Thirteent street,
which became delinquent August 15, 1890, and I
Will on the Bth day 01 January, 1892, at the hour
of 11 o’clock in the forenoon of that day at the
front door of the city hall at Olympia, Thurston
county, Washington, sell at public auction all of
the fa lowing real estate upon which the delin
quent special assessment for greveling said
Adams street between Fourth street and Thir
teenth street have not been paid, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisl'y such de
linquent assessment due to the city of Olympia,
and for which the city is liable.
The names -of the respective owners of the
lands assessed and the assessment due, includ
ing penalty and interest to date of sale, is as fol
lows towit:
John P. Hogs and Mrs. Emma Horton and
and Mrs. .B. Turner, east 60 feet ofi'of
lot 3, block 93, Williams add............ 517 30
John P. Hoyt and Mrs. F. B. Turner, east
60 feet off of lot 2, block 93, Williams add 17 30
D. S. B. Henry, lot 5, block 36, Olvmpia.... 34 60
William Blllin"s and Charles Billings, lot
4,block 36, 0;ymp1n...................... 34 60
Witness my hand this 2d day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH, City Attorney.
First publication Dec. 5, 1891. '
. Special Assessment Sale.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and
pursuant to a Warrant to me directed re
quiring Inc to collect the remaining delinquent
and sfecial assessments for graveling Fifth
street tom Columbia street to Jefferson street.
which become delinquent Sept. 12, 1890, and I
will on the 7th day of January. 1892, at the hour
of 11 o’clock in the forenoon of that day, at the
front door of the city hall at Olympia, Thurston
county, Washington, sell at public auction all of
the following real estate upon which the de
linquent special assessment for gradingr Bald
Fifth street from Columbia street to J efi‘ersou
street, have not been paid. or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satisfy such delinquent
assessments due to the city of Olympia, and for
which the city is. liable.
The names of the respective owners of the
lands assessed, and the assessments due, in»
cluding penalty and interest to date of sale, is
as follows. towit:
J. R. Wood, lot 8, block 5, 01ymfiia...... ”sll 5“.
Estate of If. A. Tilley, lot 8, bloc 14,01ym
pia . 20 79
N. S. Porter and Mrs. Mary F. Porter, lot 7, "
block 34., Olympia 20 79
N. S. Porter and Mrs. Mary F. Porter, lot 8,
blocxati, Olympia 20 79
J. w. Robinson, lot 5, brdlék 24.01ympia.... 20 79
.J. W. Robinson, lot 6, block sl, Olympia. . . . 20 79
George A. Barnes. block 44, 01ympia....... 86 62
G. and L. R. Noshka, lot 1. block 45, Olym
pia .. 20 79
G. and L. R. Noshka. lot 2. block 45, Olym
pia... 20 79
G. and L. A. Noshka, lot 3, block 45, 01ym~
pia .... 20 79
G. and L. It. Noshka, lot 4, block 45, Olym
pia 20 79
F. F. Williamson, lot 3, block 25, Olympia. 20 79
F. F. Williamson, lot 4, block 25, Olympia... 20 79
T. M. Reed, lot 1, block 25, 01ympia........ 20 79
T. M. Reed, lot 2, block 25, 01ympia........ 20 79
Wltness my hand this 2d day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH, City Attorney.
First publination Dec‘ 5, 1891.
Special Assessment Sale.
N OTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and
pursuant to a warrant to me directed, re
quiring me to collect the remaining delinquent
and special assessments for graveling Franklin
street from Fourth street to Union street, which
became delinquent August 15, 189], that I will
on the 7th day of January, 1892, at the hour of
11 o’clock in the forenoon of that day, at the
front door of the City Hall at Ogympia. Thurs
ton County, Washington, sell at pub in auction
all of the following real estate upon which the
delinqluent special assessment for gravelins said
Frank in street from Fourth street to Union
street, have not been paid, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satisfy such delinquent
assessments due to the city of Olympia, and for.
which the city is liable.
The names of the respective owners of the
lands assessed, and the assessments due includ
ing penalty and interest to date of sale is as fol
lows, to-wit:
J. W. Robinson, lot 5, block 24, Olympia. .$ 37 62
F. F. Williamson, lot 4, block 25, ulympia 37 (52
H. B. MeElroy, and Sarah E. McElroy, 0t
4, block 27, 01ympia..................... 39 18
H. B. MeElroy, and Sarah E. McElroy, lot
5, block 27, 01ympia...................... 39 18
C. A. Huntington, ots 4 and 5, block 29,
Olympia 3762
Samuel Williams, lot 4, block 63 Olympia. 37 62
Caroline Slattman, south 80. feet, lot 8,
block 62, 01ympia................ 2508
A. H. Steele, north 40 feet, lot 8, block 62,
0111ympia.................. .......... 1254
A. . Steele, lot 1, block 62,01tympia...... 37 62
George W. Bowker, south % 0 lot 1, block
37,01ympia............................... 1865
G. Kaufman, north )5 of lot 1, block 37,
Olympia 18 65
Addie M. Hatch, lot 8. block 36 Olympia” 37 62
Mary F. Porter, lot 6, block 34 Olympia... 37 62
Witness my hand this 2d day of Dee. 1891.
A. P. FITCH,
City Attorney.
First publication, Saturday, Dec. 5, 1891.
Special Assessment Sale.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and
pursuant to a warrant to me directed, re
quiring me to collect the remaining delinquent
and special assessments for sidewalk on the
west side of Franklin street from Fifth street
north to the east and _west alley in Block 24-
Olympia, which became delinquent October 27,
1891), and I will on the 7th dag of January, 1892,
at the hour of 11 o'clock in t e forenoon of that
day at the front door of the City Hall at Olym
pia, Thursbon County, Washington, sell at pub«
lie auction all of the following real estate upon
which the delinquent special assessment for
sidewalk on said west side. of Franklin street
from Fifth street north to east and west alley in
Block 24, Olympia, have not been paid, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
such delinquent assessments due to the city of
Olympia. and for w hich the city is liable.
The names of the respective owners of the
lands assessed, and the assessments due includ
ing penalty and interest to date of- sale is as fol—
lows, to-wlt: _
J. W. Robinson, lot 6, block 24. Olympia. $55 32
Witness my hand this 2d day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH.
* City Attorney.
First publication, Dec. 5, 1891.
Special Assessment Sale.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and
pursuant to a warrant to me directed, re
quiring me to collect the remaining delinquent
and special assessments for sidewalk on the
, north side of Fifth street, west to the north and
south alley in Block 24, Olympia, which became
delinguent October 27, 1890, and I it ill on the 7th
day 0 January, 1892, at the hour of 11 o’clock in
the forenoon of that day at the front door of the
City Hall at Olympia, Thurston County, Wash
ington, sell at pub ic auction all of the follow
ing real estate upon which the delinquent
special assessment for sidewalk on said north
side of Fifth street, west to the north and south
alley in Block 24, Olympia, have not been paid,
or so much thereof as may be necessary to set
isfy such delinquent assessments due to the city
of Olympia and for which the city is liable.
The names of the respective owners of the
lands assessed, and the assessments due includ
ing penalty and interest to date of sale is as fol
lows, to-w t:
J. W. Robinson, lot 5, block 24, Olympia. . .327 75
J. W. Robinson, lot 6, block 24, Olympia... 27 75
Witness my hand this 26. day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH,
City Attorney.
First publication, Dec. 5, 1891.
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