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OLYMPIA TRIBUNE.
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
OFFICE: 509 and 511 Main street.
Advertising rates according to space or time.
Copy for changes of advertisements must be in
not later than 9 o'clock a. m. Those received af
ter that hour will be changed the following day.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
_ DAILY.
Oneyear, bymai1........................... $7 00
Sixmonths, bymai1........................ 3 50
Three months,by mall 2 00
Delivered by carrier, per week.......‘..... 25
Delivered by carrier, per m0nth........... 1 00
Single c0pie5.................‘......,....... 5
WEEKLY. ’
Oneyear, bymml 150
Slxmonths, by mail 100
Threemonths by maiL........ 50
Invariably in advance.
Address:
THE TRIBUNE, <
Olympia, Wash.
J. MILLSPAUGH, Business Manager.
OLYMPIA
Capital of State of Washington.
Population 8500.
THEY call him Dennis Cleveland now, in
New York. '
Gov. HUMPHREY of Kansas is getting out
of patience with the delegations waitmg
on him in favor of certain candidates for
senator. He says he will announce a.
candidate before the end of the week. ‘
ANYBODY who visits the Northern Pacific
depot is aware of the necessity of an elec
tric light, Neglect in this direction will
most assuredly result seriously. Besides
a few lights would give travelers a far bet
ter impression of the city.
THE late secretary of the treasury, Dan
iel Manning, said: “No party and no ad
ministration could survive, or would de
serve to‘ survive, the deliberate or the un
forseen and unprevente‘d change to a. silver
basis.” Respectfully referred to the demo
cratic organs and statesmen now howling
for free coinage of sllver.
THE late Col. Donn Piatt claimed to be
original in his utterances. He dubbed the
United States house of representatives
“The Cave of the Winds.” That is what
Carlyle called the assemblage of French
Notables which met just before the revolu
tion to devise ways and means to save
France from financial disaster. ”Is there
anything original under the sun?”
A CONSIDERABLE number of democratic
politicians in the Eastern states are of the
opinion that ex—Secretary of the Navy
Wm. 0. Whitney is going to be the demo
cratic candidate for president in 1892. Mr.
Whitney is a New York capitalist and mil
lionaire. Thé last millionaire that ran for
president was from New York and wasa
democrat. He was not elected.
SAN FRANClsco'people do not appear to
fear a war with Chili. The Chronicle
wants it borne in mind that Chili has made
an absolute failure to express the slightest
regret for the lamentable affair at Valpa
raiso and says: “If the United States
does not hurry 'up and enfore its demands
upon Chili it may have to postpone the
matter indefinitely, as there are promising
signs of another upheaval. The Balmace
dists do not intend to be kept in subjec
tion, and there is no telling how soon the
fickle populace may take sides with them
and restoxe them to power.” >
IN a long and interesting interview with
Senator Garlisle of Kentucky that states
man says in relation to the Farmers’ Ale
lience:
“This government is not an eleemosy~
nary institution nor does it pretend to
remedy business failures. Although the
farmers have for some years receive low
prices for their products theyare far bet~
ter off than their fathers were. I was born
and brought up on a farm and until I was
19 I worked on the farm in summer and
went to school in the Winter. During my
boyhood there was scarcely a. buggy or
Dleasure carriage in the country. The
farm products were carried to market on
wagons drawn by oxen and my father used
to haul his wheat and tobacco twenty-one
miles to market in this way. It took him
two days and nights for every load. Now
many of the farmers’ sons and daughters
in ‘entncky have their own horses and
buggies or carriages, and at any meeting of
Kentucky farmers you will see great num
bers of handsome turnouts.
NE “I YEAR’S CALLS.
‘ THE TRIBUNE will publish the names of
any ladies in Olympia. who intend to re
ceive or keep open house on New Year’s
day. Please send in the notices before
noon on Thursday. . I
F 0“ YOUNG BIEN.
The Young Men’s Christian assocciation
of this city has sent out a neat little circu
lar calling attention of the advantages of
the rooms which it has just opened, and
urging as a matter of special interest that
the young and middle aged are urged to
identify them Selves with it. Steps have
been taken to establish a gymnasium at
the cosy rooms of the association. As set ,
forth in the circular, “The evil influences ‘
incident to city life are counteracted byl
the maintenance of a free public readingi
iroom supplied with daily papers. maga-1
zines, periodicals, and a place where the
young men may pass their evenings in
playing chess, checkers, dominoes, etc., or
in making the acquaintance of other young
men who are away from home.” No
young man who earnestly desires to join
the associatidn will be excluded because he
cannot spare the money at the time of
making application. The Young Men’s
Christian association should be upheld in
-this laudable work, by the people of
Olympia.
IT WILL HELP US.
About the time the new whaleback
steamers will become numerous the Nica
ruugua. canal will be opened and cheap
and rapid water transportation will be the
rule between the Pacific and Atlantic coast
cities. Senators Allen and Squire and
Congressman Wilson will of'course urge
the importance of opening this water
route at an early a day as possible. It will
be worth millions to the states of Washing
ton, Oregon and California. George M.
Pullman’s recent investment as astock
holder indicates his belief in the feasibility
of the undertaking. Senator Washburn,
of Minnesota, thinks the government
should assume the responsibility for the
completion of the canal and gives two rea
sons why. First, he says, if the govern
ment does assume the responsibility the
canal can be built in less time than by
purely individual enterprise and at one
half the cost; and in the second place, if
the government becomes the indorser of
the enterprise the canal will be completed
under such restrictions as will allow the
government to control it. This second
feature is one that deserves careful consid-
eration, for we might find ourselves very
awkwardly situated were English "capital
to build the canal and the British govern
ment to assume to control it when com
pleted. An enterprising citizen of Olym
pia is obtaining signatures toa petition
urging the completion of the canal and it is
understood that similar action is being
taken in various towns and cities through
out the state.
Fun in the Can:
New York Recorder: A half tipsy man.
accompamed by hisl wife and baby, were
on their way home on the Ninth avenue
elevated the other night. He behaved ab
shrdly, and his Wife, who was quite a jolly
little woman, appeared to be as amused as
anyone. The baby was plump and clean
and jolly, too. The man held the baby for
a time, ut eventually it rolled ofl'his lap
to the floor. The baby didd’t seem to mind
it in the least, however, and the mother
: gathered it up and everybody smiled. The
boozy page enjoped the incident hugely
and lung ed until ’ the tears rolled down
‘ hiSPP§9¥?- '
“If I’d known you were going to drop
qhe bab ."he and to his wife in a. voice
to be geard all over the car, “I would
never-have paid $6.50 for that bonnet you
“HEW-’3 , _
This joke was irresistible and the Whole
car, his wife included, joined in the laugh.
Then he looked about with interest for a
minute or two and espying two persons
with their eyes shut, he announced in sten
torign tones: _ 7 7 '
“Five cents line for going to sleep in this
car. There’s a lady over there—gone to
sleep. She will have to pay live cents.”
The whole car looked at the lady whose
eyes were closed. At that moment she
opened’them. Everybody laughed at her
and she grew very red. At the next station
she went into another car. Each person
kept wide awake thereafter lest this self
imposed detective should catch them nap
ping. The jolly family ' bundled them
selves ofi at 104th street station to the re
lief of the other passengers. The man had
kept up 9. running gre of talk, and a cer
tain suspense was connected with it be
cause no one knew just what he would say
nex .
A' True Snake Story.
‘ l
7 Oil City Derrick: A remarkable snake}
story was told by a resident of Clarion
county yesterday, and but for the unim-‘
peachab e character of the narrator would
sound like a. “snake story.” He stated
that a farmer who lived near Clarion. while
ine field, was attacked by asnake fully
ten feet in length. The reptile coiled itself
around the farmer’s waist and glared fixed
ly in his face. evidently trying to charm
him. Shaking ofl the dizzy feeling caused
by the snake’s hygnotic gaze, the farmer
cut it to pieces wit the scdythe. and then,
exhausted with fright an over-exertion,
Bank to the ground.
The head of the snake, with a portion of
the body, lay near him, and the peculiar
color caused him to pick it uptand he
found it was an albino black snake._ The
peculiar formation of the snake‘s eyes
caused him to examine them dlosely, and
l he could hardly believe the» evidence oflhis
senses when he discovered a perfect repro
ductionof lllS face photographed in the
center of the eye. he brought the snake
to town, where it was photographed and
preserved in alcohol. The negative taken
‘ by the photographer shows the snake’s eye
perfectly with the farmer’s face showing as
clearly as ifnlso taken with a camera.
110 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 knlves, nub cracks and picks, etc.
Call and examine. Prices as low as a good
article can be sold for. ‘ jl
For Saler gt a Bargfiin.
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.
O. Percival, Union Dock, Olympia or to J
M. Swan. :13“
OLM Y PIA
Colleglate Instltute
——o—-
“The Pioneer School of Washington.” .
, —o——
COLLEuE COURSE, per term, - sl2.
NORMAL COURSE, per term, - 12.
COMMERCIAL COURSE, per term, 13.
Grumman COURSE, per term, - 8.
MUSIC, per term, - - ~ 12.
ELOCUTION, per term, - - 15.
STENOGRAPHY, per term, - - 13.
ART INSTRTCTION, per hour, - 250.
The ofier 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 open to the patrons of Oiympia. for the price
of tu tion alone
A Faculty of nine Instructors and Sfecialists,
completely furnished boarding an lodiing
halls, literary and debuting societies and t or
ough work in all departments are the advan
tages offered.
For further information call on or address
REV. LUTHER COVINGTON,
PRESIDENT.
E. s. HORTON
PLUM B I N G
Steam and Gas-Fitting.
Stoves and Tinware.
424 Fourth st. Telephone N 0.13. ;
Notice of. Streét Assessment.
T 0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and teethe
person or persons named herein. You and each
of you are hereby notified that the town of Tum
water special assessment roll for the collection
of the costs and expenses of grading and im
proving Third street, East Tumwater,‘ from the
west side of B street to the west side of Cleve
land avenue. By resolution the whole of said
Third street was made one assessment district,
which assessment was duly confirmed by the
town council on the 4th day of December 1891,
is now in my hands for col ection and that the
same will become delinquent on and after the
25th day of January 1892.
The name of the owner or reputed owners‘and
discription of the property and amount of
assessment are as follows:
J. I’. Allison, block 6, south side, 240 feet
Ea5tTnmwater........................ $2lO 25
Wm. Pix, block 'l, north side, 240 feet
East Tnmwater......,................. 210 25‘
Clark Biles, block 8, north side, 140 feet _ ‘
East Turnwater........................ 122 75
Mary Rodney, block 4, south side, 240
feetEastTumwater................. 210 25
Mary and P. E. Hilden, block 5, south
side, 140 feet East Tumwater. ... .. 122 75
Rufus Willard, block 9, north side 120
feet Ea5t’1‘nmwater.................... 105 13
E. W. McNeal, block 9, north side, 120 ~
feet East Tnmwater... 105 13
Heirs of P. H. dz C. Crosby, block B,
north side, 348 feet East Tnmwater. .. 304 82
Heirs or P. H. & C. Crosby, block A,
south side, 348 feet East Tumwater. . . 304 82
Portland dz Puget Sound R. R., block 5,
south side 100feet........_......_..... 87 50
Portland & Puget Sound R. R., block 8,
northside 100 feet..................... 8750
First publication Dec. 2;, 1891. .
JOHN GOUDY,
Town Marshal.
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 delinouent April 19, 1890, that I will on ‘
the 7th dayof 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 snch delimguent assess
ments due the city of Olympia, an 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~witz .
William Billings, lot 4, block 36, Olympia..s72 40
Witness my hand this 2d day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH,
City Attorney.
First publication DOO4 5, 1891.
OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON TUESDAY, DEC 29. 1891.
“August
Flower”
How does he feel ?—He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed
in-the—wool, eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel the same way
-—August Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel?—He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stant, but sometimes excruciating—
Auzust Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel?—-—He feels a
violent hiccoughing or jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
eaten or drunk—August Flower
the Remedy. ‘
How does he feel ?—He feels
the gradual decay of vital power;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
pejace—August Flower the Rem
e y.
How does he feel P—He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly walk—August Flower the
Remedy. _ @
G.» G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U; S. A.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
GEO. S. ARMSTRONG, M. D., _L. R. C. 5.,
(Ediu. omce Chambers’ block, residence,
Olympia Hotel, Telephone no. 1. '
DR. HAL M. WYMAN, Physician and Sur
geon—Office hours: 10 to 12 mm” 1 to 3mm
11 to 35pm. Chilber-g black, Olympia. Telephone
0. ‘. -
DR. E. AJACKMAN. Ollice and residence,
Huler Block, Fourth st.
DR. GEO. W. INGHAM—OIfice, Turner Block,
corner Fourth and Main streets. .
DR. KINCAID, oflice over Toklas & Kauf
man’s. Residence, cor J efl'erson and 18th sts.
Olympia, Wash.
DR. J. F. WATT, office, rooms 4 and C Cham
bers’ block. Residence between F‘runklin
and Tenth street. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2
to 4 and 7toßp. m. Telephone 62.
C P. JENTO, M. D. C. M. Office, Chambers
0 Block, Oflice hours, 10 to 12; mo 5;.7 to
9. Telephone No. 30
DENTISTS.
A. B. WOODARD, dentist, Main street, 01mm
. bers‘ block.
P H. CARLYON, D. D. 8., dental, rooms cor
bl .k ner Main and Fifth, opposite Odd Fellows‘
oc .
A S. OLIVER, surgeon dentist. Teeth ‘x
. tmcted withoutlpa-in. Goldplutesmrown
and bridge work a spec any. Office in Btuan’s
wrugr corner Main and Sixth streets Olympm,
as .
PROFESS IONA L.
WTTMILROY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Room No. 1, - - Chilberg Block.
Main street, Olympia.
A P. FITCH
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 2 and 3, . - Turner Block.
OLYMPIA. WASH.
T. v. EDDY, M. .1. GORDON.
EDDY & GORDON
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OLYMPIA, - - WAsuxNGTON.
MILO A ROOT. JOHN R MITCHELL
ROOT & MITCHELL
' ATTORNEYS AT LAW .
Office rooms 2 and 3, Odd Fello ws Temple,
OLYMPIA. WASILE I
HOMER C. ATWELL
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Turner Block, cbrner Main and Fourth st.
OLYMPIA, WASH.
J G. RATHBUN
' .
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
111 Fourth st.
FRANCIS HENRY
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Proprietor of Thurston county abstract,
I the oldest in the state.
OLYMPIA - - - WASH.
E B. SIMMONS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 14 and 15. - - - Stuart Block.
OLYMPIA, WASH.
JOHN C KLEB ER
LAWYER.
Turner Block, Cor. Fourth and Main St.
OLYMPIA, VVASHINGTON.
0 V. LINN
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Williams’ Block
OLYMPIA - - » WASH
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MARK 6: ROSS Agents
Statement Showing Profits for First
Six Months Business of the
0] 111 3a Building & Loan Assc
Y D . --
RECEIPTS.
Premium5”...............,......4.. .....$99600
Intrestu 10400
Fines 1375
Transfer Fees 500
3111875
DISBURSEMENTS.
Salary ......5 31987
Rent .. 6500
1ntere5t0n0verdraft...1_............,... 875
800k5,5tati0neryetc...................... 2841
Adverti5ing............................... 6000
Notary Fees 242
Net Pr0fit5..........................0..... 63450
$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 for the
six months ending December lat, is $3. This
shows a clear profit of 47 per cent. _
In addition to this profit to the inventors,
Olympia has been benefitted by the erection of
three neat and tasty homes. ‘
At the 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 office 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 delinrguent
and special assessments for fraveling ixth
street from Budd’s Inlet to efl‘erson street.
which became delinquent June 3, 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, Thurs
ton Countv, Washington, sell at pub 0 auction
all of the following real estate upon which the ,
delinquent special assessment for graveling
said Sixth street from Budd’s Inlet to Jefi‘erson
street have not been paid, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy such delinquent as
sessment: 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~
1 ing penalty and interest to date of sale is as fol
‘ lows, to-wit:
Peterfield Turpin, lot 7, block 6, Olympia. .842 87
Hadlsn, lot 6, block 15, Olympia.... . 21 43
’l‘. M. Reed, lot 8, block 25,01ympia........ 21 43
T. M. Reed, lot 1, block 25, 01ympia........ 21 43
Eliza Parker and Robert Frost, lot 8, block
45, 01ympia............................... 21 43
Robert A. Parker. lot 7, block 45, Olympia. 21 43
J. G. Sparks, lot 6, block 45, Olympia. . . . ... 21 43
J. G. Sparks, lot 5, block 45 01ympia....... 21 43
Estate of G. G. Turner. lot 4, block 46,
Olympia. . 21 43
J. D. Mi ler,lot 3, block 46, 01ympia....... 21 43
J. G. Sparks, lot 2, block 46, 01ympia....... 21 43
J. G. Sparks, lot 1, block 46, Olympia. . .. 21 43
William, and C. A. Billings, lot 4, block 36,
Olympia 21 53
Thurston County, lot 3 block 26, Olympia. 21 43
Mrg. R. D. Kellett, neg of block 36, Olym- 42 87
p a.
Harriot Taleott, lot 2, block 7, OJyrnpia... . 42 87
'Witness my hand this ad day) of December,
1891. A. . FITCH.
City Attorney.
_W
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 snecisl assessments for graveling Eighth
street romiMsin street to J efi‘erson street, which
became delianuent Sept. I‘2. 1890, snd‘ I will on
the Bth day 0 January,lß92,st 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 suetion.all
of the following real estate upon which the de
limiuent special assessment for graveling said
Eig Ith street from Main street to J e erson
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, includ
ing penalty and interests to date of sale, is as
iollows, towit:
Mrs. L. M;Eizer, lot 7, Block 37, Olympia. .622 34
Alexander Fefqnhsr, block 47, Olymiiis... 83 75
G. Rosenthal, lot 1, block 28, Olymp 5.... 2234
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 delin§uent
and special assessments for the§raveling Inth
street from Columbia street to efterson street‘
which became delinquent September 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 Olymgia,
Thurston county, Washington, sell at pu lie.
auction all of the following 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 be necessary to satisfy such
delinquent assessments due to the city 0! Olym
pin, and for which the city is liable. .
The names of the respective owners of lands
assessed and the assessments due, including
penalty and interest to date of sale, is as fol—
lows, towit:
Sistrrs of Charity of the house of Provi
deuce, block 9, 01ymgia..................583 75
J. W. Wanghole, lot 8, look 18, Olympia... 20 93
J. W. Winghole, lot 7, 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 land_ this 2d day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH, city Attorney.
First publication Dec. 5. 1891.
Special Assessment SEE
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 Tenth
street from Columbia. street to Jefferson street,
which became delinquent October ‘9, 1889, and i
will on the Bth day of 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
county Washington, sell at public auction all
of the following real estate upon which the de
linquent special assessment for marveling said
Tenth street from Columbia street to Je erson
street have not been paidl or so much thereoi
as may be necessary to satisfy such delinquent
asssessments 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, 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 land bounded by line commenc
ng at southeast corner 0 block; running
‘ thence north 60 feet; thence westlzo feet;
thence south 60 feet; thence east 120 feet,
Olympia Sylvester’s additi0n............ 45 27
s. M. and b. s. Percival, lot 5, block 29,
south 60 feet, Oiympia, Sylvester‘s addi
tion..... .. 22 63
S. M. and I). 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, iot I,block 61, north 60 feet. .
Sylvester’saddition ............... 22 63;
W. D. Stewart, lot 2, block 63, north 60 feet,
Sylvester’saddition . 22 63
W. D. Stewart, lot 1, block 63 north 60feet,
Sylvester’saddition . 22 63
I. C. Patton, lot 2, block‘ 64, north 60 feet,
Sylvester’saddition 22 63
I. C. Patton, lot 1. block 64, north 60 feet,
Sylvester’s addition 22 63
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 band 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 remaininfi delinquent
and special assessments for gravel ng Seventh
street from Budd’s Inlet to .Tefi'erson street
which became delinquent June 3, 1890, thati
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 atpublic auction all
‘ of the iollowiufi real estate ugon which the de
linquent speeia assessment or graveling‘ said
Seventh street, between Budd’s Inlet and Jef
ferson street have not been paid, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy such de
linqnent 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 daaa of sale is as fol- ‘
lows, to-Wit: ‘
D. S. B. Henry, lot 6, block 36, Olympia... .521 25‘
D. S. 13‘ 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, 1891. ;
ADVERTISE
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The Tribune.
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 firaveling Washing
ton street from Fourth stree to Un on streets ‘
which became delinquent August 15, 1890, that I 1
will on the 'lth 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 County, Washington, sell at public auction
all of the ollowing real estate upon which the
delinguentspecial assessment for graveling said
Wash ngton street from Fourth street to nion
street have not been paid, or so much thereof as
may be necessary tomtisfy 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 or sale is as fol
lows, to—wit:
Estate of F. It. Tilley and of R. A. ,Tilley,
and Frank Tilley, lot 5, block 14, Olym
gia $37 62
W lliam mum? and Chas. A. Billings, lot
4, block 19,0 ympia.................... .37 62
“Estate of Marshall Blinn, lot 5, block 64,
01y111‘1dpia........ .37 62
H. B. cElroy and Sarah E. MeElroy, lot 1
and lot 8. block 27, 0]yn1pia........ . 78 91
S. M. Percival and D. U. Percival, south 1/3
of Bbloek 29,01ympia.................... 18 81
Sarah Brenner, John G. Sparks, and John
S. Brenner, north 1/2 of 8, block 29,
Olympia 1831
Witness my hand this 2d day of Dec.. 1891.
A. P."FITCH,
City Attorney.
First publication Dec. 5, 1891. ‘
H
Special Asseésment Sale.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and
. pursuant to warrant to me directed re
quiring me to collect the remainin§ delinquent
and special assessments for grave ing Adams
street rom Fourth street to Thirteenth street,
which became delinquent August 15, 1890, and I
will on the Bth day of J annary, 1892, at the hour
of 11 o’clock in the iorenoon of that day at the
front door of the city hall at Olympia, Thurston
countv. Washington, sell at public auction all of
the following real estate upon which the delin
quent special assessment for graveling said
Adams street between Fourth street and Thir~
teenth street have not been paid, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to sstisffy such de
linquent assessment due to'the city 0 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. Hoyt and Mrs. Emma Horton and
and Mrs. F. B. Turner, east 60 feet on" of
lot 3, block 93, Williams add............ 517 30
John P. Hoyt and Mrs. E. B. Turner. east
60 feet ofi' of 101; 2, block 93, Williams add 1’? 30
D. S. B. Henry, lot 5, block 36, Oli'mpia...” 34 60
William Billin§s and Charles Bi lings, lot
4,block 86, 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 toa Warrant to me directed re
quiring me to collect the remaining delinqltrient
and special assessments for graveling ifth
street rom 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 to lowing real estate upon which the de
linquent special assessment for grading said
Fifth street from Columbia street to J e erson
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, 01ymgia........541 58
Estate of R. A. Tilley, lots, bloc 14, Olym
pia .. 20 79
N. S. Porter and Mrs. Mary F. Porter, lot 7,
block 34.01ymBIia . 20 79
N. 8. Porter and rs. Mary 13‘. Porter, lot 8,
blocsae, Olympia 20 79
J. W. Robinson, ot s,block 24. Olympia. ... 20 79
J. W. Robinson, lot 6, block 24, Olympia. . . . 20 79
George A. Barnes, block 41, Olympia. . . .86 62
G. and L. R. Noshka, lot 1. block 45, Olym
pia . 20 79
G. Bind L. R. Noshka. lot 2. block 45, Olym
p a 20 79
:G. and L. A. Noshka, lot 3, block 45, Olym—
pia 20 79
G. and L. R. Noshka, lot 4, block 45, Olym- 20 g
p a 7
F. F. Williamson, lot 8, 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 2_5, Olympia.. . . .... 20 79
Wltness my hand this 2d day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH, City Attorney. .
First pnblination Dec. 5, 1891.
Spacial Assessment Sale.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of and
pursuant to a warrant to me directed, re
quiring me to collect the remainin§ delinquent
and special assessments for gravel ng Franklin
street from Fourth street to Union street, which
became delinquent August 15, 1890, thatl will
on the 7th day of January, 1892, at the hour of
11 o’clock in the-f 0 enoon of that day, at the
front door of the City; Hall at Olympia, Thurs
ton County, Washington, sell at public auction
all of the following real estate upon which the
delin uent special assessment for graveling said
Franlglin street from Fourth street to nion
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—wlt:
J. W. Robinson, lot 5, block 24, Olympia. .$ 37 62
F. F. Williamson, lot 4, block 25, hlymgia 37 62
H. B. McElroy, and Sarah E. McElroy, ot
4, block 27, 01ympia..................... 39 18
H. B. McElroy, and Sarah E. McElroy, lot
5, block 27, 01ymgia“.................... 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, 01ymgia..........’...... ....... 2508
A. H. Steele, nor 40 feet, lot 8, block 62,
0gmyia.................. ........... 1254
A. . S eele, lot 1, block 62, Olympia. ... . . 37 62
George W. Bowkcr, south )g’ of lo 1, block
37, 01ympia................................ 1865
G. Kaufman, north xof lot 1, block 37, ,
Olymfiia 18 65
Add e . Hatch, lot-8. block 36 Olyminia” 37 62
Mary 1“. Porter, lot 8, block 34 Olymp a. .. 37 62
Witness my hand this 2d day of Dec, 1891. _
A. P. FITCH,
City Attorney.
First publication, Saturday, Dec. 5, 1891.
x .
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 Funklin street from Fifth street
north to the east and west alley in Block 24-
Olympia, which became delinquent October 27,
1890, and I will on the 7th dag of January, 1892,
at the hour of 11 o’cloek in t e forenoon of that
day at the front door of the City Hall at Olym
pia, Thurston County, Washington, sell at pub
lic 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 no]: been paid, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
such delianijuent assessments due to the city of
Olympia an 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 tol— .
lows, to-wit: i
J. W. Robinson, lot 6, block 24. Olympia. $55 32 1
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 will on the 7th
day 0 January, 1892. at the hour of 11 o’clock in
the forenoon of that dnly at the front door of the
City Hall at Olymyiia, hnrston 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
s do 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 sat—
isfy such delinquent assessments due to the city ‘
of Olympia and for which the crty is liable.
The names of the respective owners of the 1
lands assessed. and the assessments due includ- 1
ing penalty and interest to date of sale is as fol
lows, to-wrt:
J. W. Robinson, lot 5, block 24, Olympia. . .$27 75 ,
J. W. Robinson, lot 6, block 24, Olympia... 27 75 ‘
Witness my hand this 2d day of December,
1891. A. P. FITCH, 1
City Attorney. 1
First publication, Dec. 5. 1891. ‘ ,
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