Newspaper of The Washington Standard, March 2, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of The Washington Standard dated March 2, 1861 Page 3
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Later frcm the Atlantic Side. Jan. 22—1 A. M. —The California "War Debt, bill of £."00,000 passed the lfoiise on Saturday the 19th. ("01. Havne, the representative of South Carolina at does not insist upon the surrender of Fort Suinpter. Lieut. Talbot retuned to ChM'leton Jan. 18th. The (Jovernorand Council ~t' South Carolina were iu consultation dnrimr the greater part of the night. The Virginia Senate, by a large vote, has adopted the report in favor of a Na tional Convention ; Tyler, Rives, Brock onborough, Summers and Seddon, arc named as Commissioners. Tyler, as Commissioner, will wait 011 the presi dent, and Judge Robertson, as Commis sioner to the' Seceding States, will re quest them to refrain from hostilities. The House concurred in a resolution unanimously passed by the Senate, that if all efforts should tail, Virginia will unite her destinies with her sister slave States. Tnc House passed somewhat similar resolutions. The Missouri Legislature has finally passed a Convention bill to submit a change of the Federal relations to the people. Tint Kentucky Legislature has done nothing in national affairs. The Alabama House has passed a bill to provide against invasion by sea. It authorizes the destruction of land and water marks. The Tennessee House concurred in resolutions to elect delegates to a Con vention, on the 9th of Feb. who are to assemble on the :2">th. Lieut. Ihrie is challenger of (Jen. Ilarnev. When Ilolt,s confirmation was under vonsideration in executive session, Crit tenden is said to have l>on very severe 011 the Seceding States, and to have avowed the opinion that force used against the lawless citizens of any State is not coercion. ST. Lorn*, Jan. :>!».—The Hbode Is land Senate, by a vote of :il to ll', and the House by a vote of 4!> to IK, have repealed the Personal Liberty law. North Carolina ha* m»t yet called a convention. The result is doiilitl'ul. Thes|oo|i-of-war llrnolfi/n sailed from Norfolk on the 2"» th of January, under sealed orders, having on hoard two com panies of soldiers for the South. The House of lfepresentatives passed a resolution appointing a committee to inquire whether there is anv secret or ganization hostile to the (iovernuicnl at the National Capital. The Senate is not in session. Yesterday the President sent an im portant message to Congress in refer ence to the proposition of the Virginia Legislature to hold a Convention at Washington on the 4th ot February, and the mission of ex-President Tyler. The President thinks that this Conven tion may be the means of preve iting difficulties, and he urges Congress not to pass laws which may bring on a con flict until the efforts of the Convention are tested. He says that his duty is to protect public property, and he will do ,so to the extent ot his ability. The (Jcorgia Scei'ssion Ordinance was presented. Iverson withdrew. Senator Baker on the Pacific Rail Boad. The St. Louis correspondent of the Alta OtHjoriikt, under date of Jan. 1!», says: "It must have struck many of Col. Baker's friends as queer, when they read the brief report telegraphed from Washington of the motion to indefin initely postpone the Pacific Railroad hill in the Senate. The report said, "Mr. [taker seconded it," and so he did. ronithis, it wouhl appear at first glance that he had betrayed the people of the Pacific Coast and was attempting to kill the measure nearest their hearts. Not so; several amendments had been of fered, with a view, it was believed by the California delegation, to defeat the bill. After one of these tor an extreme Northern route had been defeated, the Senator from Minnesota moved to in definitely postpone the bill. This was a motion ottered as an amendment to a motion to refer to a Select Committee. Mr. Latham had called on the friends of the Pacific Kail road to regard it as a test question, and when the motion to indefinitely postpone was taken, Col. Baker said he was willing to test the question whether the majority of the Senate was favorable to a Pacific Hail road bill in that way, and in order to bring the question to a vote, seconded the motion, lie was asked what he meant by it, whereupon the following oolloquv occurred, as reported in the Congressional G lobe.'' Mr, linker—l want to bring it up; but I want to vote against the indefinite postponement. Mr. Simmons—l thought it singular that you should second a motion that you were going to vote against. Mr. llaker—l thank the gentleman for putting me right if I was wrong; hut I thought it very clear what I meant. I only ask that there may be a direct vote taken upon the motion oT Senator from Min., to postpone indefinitely. If it be the pleasure of the Senate to kill the bill, let. it he done, and let it perish in the face of day; but if there shall he a decided vote against that mo tion, and in favor of the bill, I ask, in common justice to the groatest measure that ever was before tliis Senate, that we shall go along calmly, deliberately, with as much discussion as may be de sired, in the face of the whole Senate, wn'l vneet the direct proposition, by way of amendment, either affirmatively or negatively, ami cml the matter: and, sir, I ask that it may he ended in such time that, if there he amendments which shall ultimately pass the Senate, they may he passed in such way and at such a season that they may goto the House with some chance ot passage there. "IT'S ME." —The following excerpt from the local column of a New York paper has more true poetry in it than many a piece of sounding rhyme of loftier pretensions and greater length : "Passing a neat little martin-box of a house last evening, we happened to see a man waiting at the door for admit tance. At the instant, a green blind above just opened a little way, and by the gas-light we caught a glimpse of a pair of brilliant eyes, and a bird-tone voice softly said, " Who's there ?" " It's me," was the brief response. The eyes and the flutter disappeared from the window, like stars in a cloud, and we almost fancied, as we passed on, we could hear the pattering of little feet upon the stairs, winged with welcome. It was but a trifle; but it haunted us for an hour. "It'sme!" Amid the jar of a great city, these wo'-ds fell upon the quick car aloft, and met a glad re sponse. "It's me!" And who was "me"? The pride of a heart's life, no doubt; the tree a vine was clinging to; " De [ fender of the Faithful," in the best sense of the word. "It's me!" Many there are who I would give half their hearts, and more than half the hope iu them, for one I such recognition in this, " wide, wide world!" i On 'Change, in the Directory at the I'ost OtHce, lie was known as A. It. j Hsq.; but <>n that threshold and within I those walls "it's me," and nothing jniore; and what more is there one would love to be ? Few if all the hearts that beat so wildly, sadly, slowly, can recognize a true soul amid the din and darkness of • the world, in that simple but eloquent "it's me." As if he had said: For I am 11«»111in*_r t«> all tin* \v«»iJ ! Fur I'm all Lilt: u:urld tutlnu*. KIUIIT.—A liill has passed the Ver mont House of Ueprcsenta'ivcs. requir ing every attorney at law, oil the re quest of his client, to give his opinion in writing, upon the points hearing di rectly upon (lie ease; holding the attor ney responsible, when through neglect, incompetency or mismanagement on his part, theeli -ntsuffers damages.- Kr. This ought to he adopted everywhere. Lawyers would not he deceived by cli ents mis-stating their cases, and exag erating the amount and character of their tcstiinonv. JffcJT" We have received a statement of till' condition of the District School from Mr. Iloyntoii, which will appear next week. M arried A It ]{ 1 l«: I >: On tlit* 'J llli ulliino, hv Iti'V. lderson Hush's I'r.irr e, Mr. Joseph SCOTT to Miss nancy littlejohn Oil tin* '_'lM iilliino, nt Striluroom. liv A. It. rabbeson J. Mr. I>. M. huson s.ix to Miss jane mcmillen SPK( 'I Ali NOTK 'RS. Kan Fraiu'lM'o (KI IK V. TllltS. IIOYCK, Bsq., N. K. corner of Montgom ery IIIKI Washington Sis., mid ('HAS. A. CRANK, Esq., urc our nuthori/.cd Agents in San Kraneisco. to receive and receipt for Subscriptions and Ad vertising. I. ©." O. F. Olympia Lodge No. I, I. O, (l, F. meets every Saturday eveningm Itnrnes' Building. on Main St. next dour to "Standard" Ollice. All lucmtierH of tbe Order in good standing are invited toattend. O. (\ lI!<ANKINSIU1 > , Sec'y. - Rellffioiifi Kutim. Pivino Service at St. John's ('lmpel every Sun day morning, at II o'clock, and evening at 7 o'- clock. Also, Hible (.'lass every Wednesday even ing, at 7 o'clock, i'. m. I*. KLLIS W 11.1.KH, Missionary. Divine Service every Sabbath at the M. K. Church in llic morning and evening. Sabbath School at 'J p. M. Rev. K. J. KVASS will preach in the hall of the Itistrict School House, on the first, second, and fourth Sundavs of each month at II o'clock A.M. ROAIUIMAX'M YKART I'OWOKRS. —This article of Yeast Powder will render all articles of food made of Hour or meal more nutritious, digestible, and wholesome, than any other yeast powder in the market. We quote their constantly increasing de mand ns evidence of their merit. For sale by all the merchants. BherlflTft Sale. BY virtue of nn execution issued out of the Dis trict Court for the Second Judicial District of Washington Territory for the county of Lewis, ill favor of John W. Anderson nnd Oeorge D. Clark, against the property of Ealie Sarenult, 1 have levied upon the following described property, to-wit : Three hundred and forty-three acres of land, more or less, situated on the Cowlitz Prairie, Lewis county : hounded on the northwest hy pub lic land and the end of M. Chappclier's land claim; on the northeast l>y M. Chappelier's land claim and Joseph St. Germain's claim; on the southeast by Henrietta l'louionden. half of said I'lomonden claim, and by a tract of land claimed bv T. J. Cft -ter; and on the southwest by public land. I shall proceed to sell the above described pro perty, or so much thereof as will satisfy said judg ment, interest and costs, nnd accruing costs, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, on the premises, Saturday, 30tli day of March, 1861, at 12 o'clock, noon, of said day. M. D. ROUXDTREE, Sheriff of Lewis county. Cowlitz, Feb. 20, 1861. 16-4 Mimical School. JM. JOKES, Kwq., would reapeet , fullv announce to the citizens of Olympia and vicinity, that he is prepared to give instruc tion, either private lessons or to classes, on the Violin, Cornet, Klutp, and llass. HiSy Music arranged to order. Enquire at Kellett's Saddlery Establish ment, Main Street. Olympia, Mirch 2, 1861. 16:tf SfIIOIIL NOTICE—OLVMPIA BIT. THE District School of the Town of Olvnipia commenced its term on MONDAY, the 25th iluv of February, ut the District School House, under the charge of I'rof. Is. Lippincott, late Principal of the I'ugct Sound Institute. Scholars residing within the limits of the said town are entitled to a deduction upon their tuition, equal to their share of the School Fund. All scholars outside of the district will pay full tui tion. To correct misapprehension, the Directors give notice that the District School has not been merged or joined with any other school or institute, itv order of the Trustees of the District, RICHARD LANE, Clerk. Olyuipia, Feb. 25, lSlil. lG:wl Olyinplu Retail Prices Current, CORUKCTKD MONTHLY BY T. M. RKED, KS<J., Of 11. A. Judson & Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry (ioods. Groceries, Clothing, Hoots and Shoes, Hardware, Paints, Oils, Ac Ac 4c. PRODUCE. FlourT«bbl §5 00(«;!j"> 50 Indian Meal ~f> lb f>c Buckwheat f* lb Ce lluttcr f* lb 40 (« 50c Leaf Lard lb IS (it, 22c liacon, hog round "ft* lb 15 (n ISc Sides and hams IS (if 22c Eggs hi do/. 40 (« 5Uc Chickens doE 00 (» 400 Iteans lb 5 (n\ 7c Apples green *(•' lb 10 (it, 12c do dried "j 4 lb 1H (it, 20c lleef oil foot >» lb 4<n .li do dressed lb s(n 8c Mutton "(•' lb 10 (it, 15c I'ork >' lb 10 (n 15c Potatoes "f 1 bushel 40 (u lioc Turnips "f» bushel 30 Or, 50c Ouions 'jJ bushel *1 50 (n 2 00 Cnbbapef head 5(« loc Hay 'f' ton sl<! (u :?IH Wheat jr'bushel 75 (n SOc I Mts *(•' bushel 40 (n 50c Itye A: barley none in market (IROCEItIKS. Sugar. Powdered IS (u 20c do Crushed IS Vt 20c do N. O 12 (a 14c do S. F. (collee) 14 (« 10c Syrup. K. 11. and S. F. (inld'u 5 gal. Si (u Si J "do K. II S gal {>:>(.! I 10c Coll'cc. Itio 1« (n 20c do .l.iva 25 <•! 28c Candles. Adamantine 30 (,i :iv.tc Chili Peaches none. Soap 10 (n lie Table Salt 4 (n 5c Liverpool Salt 2(< .'le Saleralus 18 to 25c Sal Soda |o to 15c ('ream Tartar flo to (!0e Hire 10 to 12Jr do K illikiiiiik I smoking) 40|050c DRV UOODB. Sheeting. 111-own l-l. In to He: do 8-1, Is to 22c ; do 11, ,'lu to JIT-le—do bleached. !'to Sue. Drillings, brown and blenched, !' to l.'ic. Prints, French, I•; to •.Tic; do Mcrrimnc, I'.'} to I tic; do American, fiinv, II to I .V. Flannel*. E.intern, in toT'ic; Oregon, -loto C2jc; do Oregon 1 *in to I "lOe. Cassimcre, Oregon, ho to 1 25c: Kasteru 1?1 00 to SI .Mi. Denims, is to l'.'ic. Carpets and Druggets i American i -I'• e to !?I no. SAFE2S ! SAFES ! ! F. TIL MAN, 00 II A T Tlt V STREET, .SAX FRANCISCO. S'OLE Agent for Tilton A- McFarlaud's celebrated Fire I'root and lturglar Proof SAFES. This ."safe is well known ill tin* market for its uiisur passed lire-proof i|iiality, having withstood in Cal ifornia, as well as in the East, the hottest tires known. We can refer to endless certificates from parties in our mining towns, when* these Safes ha\e been subjected to the most . cu-rc tests of its lire-proof qualities. These Sales arc secured by our Combination Lock. This Lock is in every respect the must se cure one in use: it requires III? key uml cotubinn tioii to open the Kale. It' the key should he ab stracted from the oumr, il would lie perfectly use less without his knowing the combination, or men tal key which the owner curries in his head. To those who want a reliul.le Safe we oiler the nliove cheaper lluin uny other in the nuirket. *** A large assortment on hand and to arrive. F. TiI,MAN, On Buttery Street, Sun Francisco, Cal. November 17, I*UO. l:uiG BETTER THAN I'RESTOV i MERRILL'S AND At XiOsb Prices! ■lOiltlMlA VN CIIALLKXGE YEAST POWDKK, FILLY OI AHAXTEED. IF NOT SATISFACTORY, The Money will be Returned I For sale by all Jobbers, and by J. C. WINANB, 60 California Street, Who will also act as commission agent for pur chasing all kinds of goods. San Francisco, February, 1801. 14:ni3 J. 11. PAINTER, (I.ATE o'tIKARA £ PAtNTKIt,) DKALKH in Type, Presses, Printing Material Paper, Cards, and Printer's Stock generally IJ2 Clay street, near Sansomc, San Francisco California. November 17, 18G0. l:ly Great Excitement!! AT THE FALLS!! MR. M. W. WITHERELL, WOULD inform the citizens of fa. Washington Territory that lie is BrSft manufacturing ff JW Saddles, Harness*,

and Trunks*, Superior to any ever made on this Coast, lie is also making the . patkmt CASE COLLARS, \\ liiclt cannot be excelled. He is making FINE BARNBSS, Oil I lie Neir-AdJufillng Tree, Which is considered the greatest Im provement of the Age. AND ALSO CAItUIAOE TRIMMING! DONE ON REASOXARLE TEK.MS. Side Sudd leu on ar lou* Descriptions REPAIRING DONEO* SHORT NOTICE; ftay Please give friend Witherell * call. Shop on Main Street, Tuuiwater. November 17, 1860. I :tf Just Received! PER Clipper Ship " Xorwester," from Boston, and Bark "Architect," from San Francisco, 3 Eagle (Improved) Reaper* and Kowera. at C. CROSBY k CO.'S 1 / v/ V Steel and Cast Plows, at J UU c. CROSBY k CO.'S C Justice Cooking Stoves, eJU «t C. CROSBY k CO.'S A large lot of Stove l'ipe, at C. CROSBY k CO.'S Also constantly on h:ind— An Extensive asst. Tin ware; Groceries; Boots and Shoes; Dry and Fancy Goods; Clothing; Crockervwnre; Orchard Orass Seed, &c., kr. All of which we are selling very cheap for cash or country produce. C. CROSBY & CO. Tumwater, February !», 18U1. 13 WINDOW BLINDS, Doors, Windows, Ac., at C. CROSBY k CO.'S DRESSED FLOORING, Brick and Lime, at C. CROSBY k CO.'S OILS und l'uints, ut C. CROSBY k CO.'S I JUST BOSTON SYHI'P. at [ j C. CROSBY k CO.'S, Tumwater. NOTICE! WE, the undersigned, give notice to all per sons indebted to us, either by note or ac count. to come forward and settle". All claims not settled by the lirst of April next, will be placed in the hands of the proper ollicer for collection. BETTMAN BROS Olympia, February t»th, lHiil. l:i:in2 KENDALL CO. OFFERS FOR SALE At flic Olil Klaml, Koutli-lYc«t Corner of'Maiii and Second Mln. A NEW AN!> WT.LI.-HELECTEI» ASSORTMENT OF Family Groceries Of the best and most approved qualities !">ry < ;<><><ls, X JJootH and Shoes, I lats ancl ('aps, tl'f., A.V., (tc. All of which which w ill lie sold nt reduced rules for CASH. Wheat, Oats, Mutter. Eggs, and Country Pro duce generally, accepted in exchange for Goods at the going market rules. A. It. COVE Olympia, \V. T.. Nov. 12th, IHIiO. l:tf "THE CAPITAL." MARKET IS NOT REMOVED!! M m, HI T IS LOCATED ON MAIN STREET BETW. Jll) AND -ITII, OLYMPIA. rilllE legislature has yet left to the citizens of § Olympia and vicinity the privilege of eating good victuals, and the undersigned is prepared to furnish nt the lowest cash rates 11 KEF, PORK, MI'TToN, POL' LTRY, And all sorts of Marketable Produce. Give us a call—vou shall not go nwav dissatisfied. J. DI'NLAP & SON. Olympia, January 12, If GO. !>:tf • S« V CLUB HOUSE CIN, TIIK I'.NDKKSIGNED, It KING SOLK AGENTS of the above Gin, offer it to the puhlic as the fine.-t HOLLAND GIN, and the only GENUINE CLUB IIOISE GIN imported to this market. It is put up in GItKKN CASKS, and branded \V. S. C., CLl'B HOI'SE. We shall continue to receive the above liin regularly. —ALSO— Pure Ambroiial Whisky, >n flasks: Pure Nectar Whisky, »n new style bottles : Pure Bourbon Whisky. The above Liquors are from the well known house of Wm. S. Curwiu k Co., New York, and are guaranteed fine and pure. W. B. CI'MMINGS A CO. I :mt 50 California st., San Fran. The Great Japanese Remedy. THIS WONDKIIFUL REMEDY, CALLED THE Japanese Venereal SALVE, and used for the cure of Syphilitic Sores and procured at great trouble and expense, is now placed in the hands of gists for sale, where persons afflicted can purchase it, and effect cures without the coiirequcnt mortifi cation and heavy charges incurred by going to physicians. The ingredients procured from these scientific and wonderful people arc such as have not been known to the rest of the world in the cure of loathsome corruptions, mid far excels any thing heretofore used. Testimonials of astonishing cures could lie obtained if necessary, hut it is only requisite to test it to prove its great healine quali ties. The cost is nothing compared to its value. For sale at all the Druggists. THE JAPANESE SALVE, For the cure of Tuts. Hums, Sprains, Gunshot Wounds, Piles, Iloils, Chilblains, Bruises and all kinds of Sores, has been discovered to he the best and most wonderful prcprration ever used. Its healing properties are astonishing, almost magical. It supersedes nil salves now in use, and develops one great good that has resulted from the opening of Japanese ports to the commerce of the world, and will cause all that use it to rejoice that so de sirable result has been accomplished. - This salve has been sufficiently used to test its (|tialities. — Try it all—everybody. No family should be with out it—and although the ingredients are rare and extensive, only FIFTY CENTS is charger d for a box. It can lie obtained of nil the Druggists. J. H. KELLETT, SADDLE, HARNESS, TRUNK MANUFACTURER, AND DEALER IN CIADDLERY Hardware, Saddle Trees, Block and Beat Stirrups, etc. Shop on Main Street jr Olympia, W. T. Prices to suit the times. Hides and Produce taken in exchange, and cash never refused. Olyutpia, Nov. 17, 18C0. *,* The best purifier of the blood is Hall's Sar saptrilla. BUY THE BEST!! GfcdVER & BAKER, HAVE RECEIVED THE FIRST PRSIMZUM ON THEIR FAMILY SEWINtt MACHINE —AND— MACHINE WORK, —AT THE— STATE FAQtMECHAHCS IISTiTEH F&I8. AND IN FACT Every Fair oflS60!! Over Wheeler & Wilson and all others! Thus Unquestionably Establishing Tlieir Superiority. These Machines are the most simple in us*. They sew from two common spool*. Have no troublesome bobbing or pod. Sew any and all fabrics. Make very little noise. Are quickly learned and operated. Arc not liable to disarrangement. We guarantee perfect and reliable Machines, and to the thousands In use can refer, as dally and hourly recording, In their satisfactory op eration This Unequivoenl Success. %* Explicit directions for use accom pany each Machine from which a child can in a short time acquire u perfect converse and management of it. Send for a circular. K.«. HROW.ir, Agent, !»l Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Ca! November 17, 1860. I:m6 Nervous Antidote! And Phyttlcnl Restorative!! THE IM MR Of THE ME! The most powerful and wonderful medicine ever discovered, guaran teed to cure every nervous or spasmodic disease. It is a nerv ine of such miraculous power, that it ig unimportant how- long the disease has existed. If it arises directly or indi rectly from a nervous nUection, per severe in it nt about the rate of one vial to everv year the* disease has existed. It is guaranteed to the most vio lent and long standing. Neuralgia, Tic Doloreaux,Convul sions, Asthma, Cramps, Sptsms, Ver tigo, H cadache, Delirium Tremens, Low Spirits. Mental or Physical Decay, Whooping Cough. Ague. Loss of Appe tite, Stricture. Stone. Nervous Twich ings, Palpitation, Phthysic, Lumbago, Abscitse of mintl, Cholera, Dyspepsia, Epilepsy. Gout, Palsy, St. Vitus Dance, Hysterics, Hypochondria, Suit pressed Menses—and is so wonderful in rejuvenating premature old age, and correcting decrepitude brought on by excessive indulgence, that nothing but atrial can convince the patient of its qualities I aar It is not an excitant, but a strcngthcuer, purely vegetable and harmless ; like a skillful ar chitect, it begins by laying a firm foundation, and gradually but incessantly adds strength and vigor until nothing is left unfinished. This miraculous Medicine is for sale, wholesale and retail, by SAMUEL ADAMS, Druggist, Vlaii Slrtel, one door from Itupont, San Francisco, and by all Druggittt in California and Ortgon—sl per bottle, $9 per dozen. Wholksalk Auknts.—Rcdington k Co., G. W. Snell, Langlcy & Co., Chas. Morrell, Crowell & Crane; Wiu. 11. Keith & Co. 14:m3 Dr. G. K. WILLARD, Olympia. COAL! COAL! COAL! s. sr. DOTY, HAVING purchased the cclchrated Morrison Coal Claim on Hellingham Bay, invites cap. italists, and the friends of the trade, to come up and help dig them out. These mines have been prospected, and the coal tested in Sun Francisco and found of superior quality. Seven thousand dollars is all that is required to make them pay a thousand dollars per month. Sehonic, Dec. 20, 1800. T:tn3 LOOK HERE! THE SHAVIKGAKDHAIR DRESS ing Establishment on Main Street, near the Stage Office, Is still in operation, where the under signed will be happy to attend the wants of his patrons. SHAVING AND IIAIR DRESSING done with neatness and dispatch, and in the latest fashion. gar 1 Hot and cold baths at ull hours. J. tl. BVSH. Olympia, Nov. 30, 1860. 3:ly WASHINGTON HOTELr SILAS GALUHER, Pre. CORNER OF SECOND AND MAIN STREETS, Olympia, W. T. Board per week S& 00 Olympia, Nor. 23, 18C0 *S-lv CHARLES F. ROBRIKS, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PBEBSES,PRINTING MATERIAL INKS, CARD STOCK, *c. No*. 11l and 113 Clay Street. San Francisco, January sth, 1801. 10:ly *. t *The best purifier of the blood is Hall's Sas ssparilla H, A. Judson & Co,, (At the late Store of W. X. Butledge/) OLINPIA, W. T., COIKIISSION I£RCHAIT8 f AN® DEALERS IX DRY GOODS, GROCERIES^ CLOTHING, BOOTS ond SHOES, HARDWARE, PAINTS, OILS, AC., AC., AC. TERMS CASH, COUNTRY PRODUCE, I!* I\o CASE Will Credit be given tbr longer than Thirty Day*} Olynipia, Nov. 23, 1800. 2:tf WM. G. DUNLAP, IMPORTER AMD DEALER IR GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,* BOOTS arid SHOES, Ac.- AT THE OLD STAND, Corner or Main and Third Street*, Country Produce generally taken in exchange fur Goods. No pains spared to give satisfaction to customers Olympia. Nov. 23, 18i!0. 2:tf FRUIT TREES!! For the Million, at Eastern Prices! J. L. SANFORD & CO., Agents lorthe Principal Nui* series in California. HAVE now for sale, nt Eastern Prices, an£K immense stock of Fruit Trees, of ull3T ages, suitable for planting, embracing every kinrf and variety grown in the State. Our long and intimate connection with the nur scry business uud fruit-selling lure, and in the older States, has enabled us to anticipate cverv de mand. and we have therefore caused to be grown and FORMED to suit the different localities,# portion of the Stock we offer—comprising such varieties as are best adapted, to our soil and mate, nnd their fruits most valuable in the Market. • We have also for sale, in great abundance and variety, Plants of oil the Small Fruits, Shade Trees, For Public Grounds, and Street Planting. Ornamental Trees nnd Shrubs, (Deciduous and Evergreen,) Adapted to Avenue?, Lawns, Pleasure Grounds, and Cemeteries. Besides an infinity of roses, C»r* nations and plcotees, Dahlias, Fuschias, Evergreen and other Olimbiug Vines, Geraniums, Violefc, Pnnsics, Daisies, ISulbous Flower Roots,- GittH House Plants, &c.. Ac. We are the Sole Agents for this city of A. P. SMITH, SACR.4ME.VrO, For the sale of his Foreign Grape Vines; RaroEvergrefcri and Ornamental Trees; Fresh Pre mium Garden Seeds, and Pur© Family Wines, &e., &c. lie hug decidedly the lmgest, beat and aiosfre liuble stock of Wine and Table Grape* to be found in the State.—He will sell under his guarantee As to correctness of applied names.—His Seeds havtf not lost their vitality in ''doubling the Horn.-" They are warranted inferior to none, and will be ,*old by 11s in quantities, and at prices to suit. FARMERS, HARDENERS AND DEALERS'. Hive us a call, or send for a CircuW YVhh pri ces, if anything is wanted in our line. J. L. SANFORD, THOMAS B.LUDLUM, EDWARD LUDLUSI. San Fr.tncisco. January sth, 1861. 10.-in? C. CROSBY, "J {L. C. GHAT,- Z. CROSBY, V 1 x. CROSBY, Jr., j ( Sanftanc'cfe Tumwater. C. CROSBY & CO-, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCIIANDISEy —AND — Proprietor* of the Tumwater Flour Mills. Tumwater, December 15tb r 1850. s:l'y OLYMPIA WAGON MAMYFAOTORYT Stuart & Blacks-hear. WOULD inform thc'crtir.ens of Olym- &FM&* piu uud the surrounding country that they arc now manufacturing WAGON'S, CAR RIAGES and BUGGIES of all descriptions, fro® the best of imported material, by experienced work men, for which WHEAT will be taken in exchange, delivered at the Tumwater mills. Shop coVner 3d and Chinook Streets. Olynipia, December 8, 1800. 4)tf Hnll'nSarnaparllla, Yellow Dock, and lodide of* Potaw —Is prepared from the finest Red Jamaica Sarsaparilla and English lodide of Potass. Admirable as a rcst6rative and puritier of the blood, it cleanses the system of alt morbid and impure matter, removes pimples, boils nnd eruptions from the skin, cures rheumatism and pains of all kinds. All who can afford, should use it, as it tends to give strength si fed ptolontf life. Sold by Druggists generally, at $1 per bottle/ U. HALL & CO., Proprietors, Wholesale f:mO 143 and 145 Clay St;, San Fran.' CLOTHING EMPORIUM, 178 Clay St., and 107 Montgomery St., Sail Francisco, And ITS Broadway, Jtetv York. /"CONSTANTLY on haad the best selected and most extensive assortment of Genta'and Boy*' Clothing on the Pacific coast, which we can and will sell lower than any other House. Boy»' and <ient»' Clot bin* made to Order. LOCKWOOD, SWELL * CO. Jauuary 10th, 1861. 10:ly NOTICE. TAKE notice that on Saturday, February 23d, 1861, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, on the land ?lalm of \Vm. M. Rutledgc, generally known as the "Judson Claim," in Cluiiuuto precinct, Lewis county, W. T. ONE THOSUAND BUSHELS OF WHEAT, more or INK, and TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUSHELS OF OATS, more or less, or sufiident thereof to repay me my lien anid charges for harvesting the same. JOHN HOOUB, Lewis Cjunty, W. T., Feb. 2, 18GI. U:w*