Newspaper of The Washington Standard, March 8, 1862, Page 3

Newspaper of The Washington Standard dated March 8, 1862 Page 3
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Imti IMb ll »■!■! i Ux:' • the Mm ia vikk the U 8 aft "IL tW Kmtm r wm —isad. w at mti tW; Ua m« a* Making ait Ma m hTL« rnaaa* ih* *« had i n-hi I* npNt X«t aalj hna the m 9 ar rival daj» kthiai the aehrdwia umm. bl tm a vm4 at i liar, it Im M Mlk At j-rttr, <W »r aJuMiai fc«B MB* iw|- trw Wffnj Aa a Mu vrrkh art-vice rosld br pt-ii*naad at ka dak hslf the mm «lucti had beta paid f'« asenlv awcrkly |«lkj of giving important natrarti to im tyaaMt patiw anwwanaa. IVwuh «r tkia fcjlv. a nuarrablr. imgala mviw, i» foisted a putt iW whole Soand fNflc. aad tb<-ir brut intmo* niariy proa» rated. During the pan week the EmUrprtst ha* not left the wharf. Tliia ia peculiarly unfor tunate jnat at this time, depriving member* of tbe diftriet court, to imwt oa Monday, of the meat* of tranait to tbia place. An equally reiuaikable instance was that when cltixens of Oltmpii chartered the Anderton to make a special trip to bring members of tbu legis lature. (7* Au enlistment roll has keen placed in our possession by Capt. W. H. Wood, of Pierce county, for the purpose of obtaining recruits for a cavalry company to serve the United States. Those aspiring for glory and heroic deeds can now have a chance. General Foe is also authorized to enroll names. In the list of rebel congressmen, re cently elected in Virginia published in the N. Y. Tribune, we notice the name of our late tJovernor, Fayette McMullin. If the wholo Congress is composed of like " weak vessels" it should bo the subject of gratulation. PLASTER OF PARIS. — The S. F. Mirror «nvs nu excellent article of plaster-of-paris has been discovered at Santa Anna, Los Angeles county It has been pronounced superior to the imported article by competent judges. [IT* The District Coutrt of the 2d Judicial District will meet on Mouday next. Judge Oliphnnt presiding. MARRIES: At the residence of the brides' father, on the 4th inst., by Rev. N. Doane, Mr. W. B. SINCLAIR, of Port Madison, to Miss MARY E. LOW, of this county. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT book* of subscription to the capital stork of the Columbia Transportation Com pany, will be opened «t the ottice of \V. W. Miller, in t'be town of Olympiu, on Tuesday, the 3d day of April, 1802. A meeting of the Corporators of said Company will be held at the name place, on Mondnv, the 17th day of March. A .S. AMKKNKTiIY, B. S. FOWLER, D. NORTON, C. C. PHILLIPS, MILTON ALDIIICII, W. nr. MILLER, Corporatorl. March 1, IBC2. l<i:3t Oi'crland I'reti copy. PEOPLES' EMPORIUM I HAVING added extensively to hit former stock of goods, he is now prepared to accommo date all who may favor liirn witii their custom as to VARIETY, QUALITY and PRICE. His stock consists of— DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, BOOTS AND SHOEB, CLOTHING, YUWIKft " YANKEE NOTIONS," Ac., Ac. All of which will be sold iAmn Ou tkmp tti for Cash or Country Produce. Give him a call before purcbasiag, and satisfy yourself that what we say is Me. Olympia, Feb. 32, IK2. ISrtf rpm.S m 4 Ike Hfrriaril; of J_ wkirk. for tilket 4ry or tar h*4} l>rairi**. Cut |Mlinft or for mtmmimg, kaa n» •i«-r*£ it w ffolor. raa W fuoad la ytoalitira to •nt fan haii ri, at Ik* How of C. E. WILLIAM. X. B —Tis* faraaviag ia FeWoaiy ar Marvk. Norvtokcr >4. IMI. Ilaal " A. a. ■MJLiiil A cC* IB flflUl MB HUB in ■A*rrAciTftau or Tire aaipwiaa kri4f»* of aarapaa aa4 capac- Ho<iay Wooa L laalaartj in tk* rrrrtraa •f Vu« M|m aa4 far " »«*! »«or« ptol, •« ar* Wh pr*parr4 to «o Mck •«rt »iHkcw%aailo UCjUUXTT rtUU nmot. P.n r* «ko arc «to«t »r»rt«ag bnJjM vOl M n PwU» to Mf a4*aatofo to gift M ■ n | kr f»f» 4r»4-ag ta MM mata —ilain. aa Ik* "**•» Ink Ibriagkial Ik* Stale kati prom or*amvaw*■ jgCaat rtufibar lb Stmfr. m *m* tf *M in ■"mm fi, tot lllf If) Ik AallO • IRE BitPE to toiaiaf or trrry W nn. ' 'B«firtfjr*4. afaa?k*a*tk aW aia* r*>)eir*4. a; rUrmprr aa4 IrMrr tkaa kiaf >•«!«■• of wifit Mrragtk. vilk price* a*. '-*•4. kftok^. oa ipjiHcaiioa la tka atiifv* 1 S*a4 far a Onakar A. I ■ALLIME *CO . 4?1 Clay atraai l><« rtaariin Jaautr* II I-*:. •Hi SS3!^wr!»r»Lww "talatkaiatn ia taws (wbahas *t»ll «tdUft|w4i tttUMiUiMd IM»,j - "- as a knf a thissagh am 4 eiMitt aa aitanL *kxk we win sail at a* W« prices a* aa*iatf»i*a»rWt IwtM naiiag far gmUt by Wuar caa nlf aa kaiiif the imh at as Ww focw as if m4tt*4 ia film (Mm Vf Wurr or xWniM wll W Hiaflh aad fcitklall} talUWd We ataa atlttl W the bariag aad asßiaf mtatfc ar aackaafat EOV.IKD A MOftSS * CO., II aad 11 ralifcrmiatt iiIIKnI ll* St.. Saa FnauKo. ul Jt>B* HALL. ■Ma st*, k«M Ital Chas. E. Williams, Sbccaaaar la C A Banti - titsliiibsd lUI MiLU ra lißlftffillß.flWaiM, STEEL, GROCERIES, 4c. Wfipfc, W. T. HAVING reread/ received large accessioas la hi* stock. i* uum utirriagaaioag other Goods, tac lulls* tag Jdiralill article* : ■aiming I'luiJ aad Coal Oil. iFara), Cwal Oil aail Fluid Lamps. Shade*. Tabes. Globes. Chimaeyt, Wicks Concentrated i'otasb. fur asakiag 12 gallon* soft toap {with full dirac lioa*) price <lls cts. Advance Cooking Stores, with extension oven*, (A very desirable patera with extra caatiags), Garden Tools, Garden Seed* i 12) cent* per paper), Parlor and Door .Mats, Bear. Beaver. Gopher, Hat and Mouse Traps, Brass Curtain Cornice* nnd Hand*. Wire and Safe Cloth*, of all numbers, Shoe Finding*, a Fnll Variety; Comprising Last*. Shoe Hammers, Knives, Nails, Pinchcri, Peg*, he. Horse, Cow and Sheep Belli, Extra Heavy. Patent Crosscut and Mill Saws, (A very superior article), Mechanic's Tools and Materials, (a full variety.) Window-Hub, l'aints, Oil, Putty and Glass ; Var nishes, Japan, Turpentine and Alcohol, Pocket and Table Cutlery, (large assort ment), Curry Cbmbs and Horse Brushes, (leather backs) Pow der, Shot, Hulls, l<end and Caps, llullct Moulds, Gun Locks Wipers, Nipples, Ac.; Cable, Trace, Halter and Dog Chains ; Sheep Shears and Wool Curds, Grub, Planter and Gurdcn Hoes, Plows, Cultivators, Mattocks, llrush Hooks, Horse Kakes, Cradles, Scythes, Rakes, Churns, Porks, llutter Bowls and Trays, fcc. JAPAN BLACK TEA. aUTTin. Sheet Iron, Copper and Brass Ware manufactured uud repaired. X. B.—Wc have made such arrangements for the purchase of articles, either in Sun Francisco or New York, us we think cauuot but give satis faction. Commission solicited. Olyifipia, April C, 1801. 21:tf SAFES! SAFES! F. TII.MAX, SO Battery Street, San FrantUro, OOLE Agent for TILTON It McFARLAND'S celebrated Fire-Proof and Burglar liaffS. This Safe is well known in the nir.rkct for its un surpassed Are-proof quality, having withstood in California, as well in the East, the hottest fires known. We can refer to endless certificates from parties in our mining towns, where these Safes have been sithjert to the most severe tests of Its fire-qualities. These Safes are secured by oar CtmblMUira Lack. This Lock is in every respect the most secure one in use; it requires the key and combination to open the Safe. If the key should be abstracted from the owuer, it would be perfectly useless to the possessor without his knowing the combina tion, or mental key, which the owner carries in bis head. To loose in want of I reliable safe, we offer the above cheaper Ihti any other in the market. gSf A large assortment on hand and to arrive. F. TILMAN, 26:6 m. 90 Battery St., San Francisco. Sheriff Sale. BY virtue of an execution issued by the Clerk of the District Court of the 2d Judicial Dis trict of Washington Territonr.and to me directed. I have levied upon, seised, and Uken into execution, the land claim of Wm. Blaekshar, known as the southwest quarter of section IS, township 17, N.R. I west, which I will expose for sale to the highest bidder, at the Court Mouse door in Olympia, oa Saturday, the sth of April, A. D. IBG2, at the hour the 1 o'clock, P. M. The object of said sale Is to satisfy judgment in h*sr«fJ. X. Kaull, fcr the sua of six hundred and forty-four dollars and forty cents ($(44 40), with interest at 2 per rent, per month from the Mb of February, IMI, with costs and increased rosts. WILLIAM BILLINGS. Sheriff of Thurston county, W. T. By R. W. Moxut. Deputy. Olympia. Feb. 22, IM2 IV4w COMET Illuminating Oil! WE arc raaatally imiriig of tkia rtlrWilrt kraa4 of ■kirk la gaaraal>i4 lattralr par* aad aaaitH wMk Catofkrar. CiMkaai, ar Aapkaltaai Oia. It la »aa ii|laaln. *a4 aaprriar la DO WXEft'S, ar aay atka* (Monraak. W* karr alaa aa kaa4 tka Darar'i aa4 atk** iMkif COAL. OIL., mSnwiMii, Baa r>aaikta, g^Siwkiar.'lMr' VOTKlit knakj (Irct Ikat tka ra part—r. il akia kmtakw nUria| kaiaita >. A Jca a*4 Ciitii H. But, tra4iaf aa 11. A. Jr»- a»a A Pa.. *a« flnaM k* aiatail r«a«rat aa tk* ITib Jar of Frbraarr I Ml. lij tkc ailMmvil taa aai4 traaaf tk* aaknl|M<- H A Jraaai kaa fell aaikaritr f« rlaa* tk* kaa iar*a. a*ttl* Ik* lakklafaiia aa4 rareir* ar. eaaata 4a* Ik* lal* Ira. at kb alar* aa Vain unit. aaaatlM tka fiatOSta. ta tk* toaa af Olrapte. OU-TW >. HALE. Ohtapia. Ft*. 1». »MJ !»"-? NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. ViMutm, D. C.,Jal?l ( IMI. Tke Miwipri rwimi, la MM MMkaf P»r—ka*laM,toa pahliisiiia, ia tkiejtMy,_of • AM, iwtij w>m ky aadiefaraiekodattSotowpricM ItwiM ooatato all MM orif iaal waller of tk* daily MwmmalK+atlitm, with the imftiii a t local Bfvi M iMrrrtiif to cwallj utmitw. Il a«U give fell HfiW of Ik* pTaoodiag* of Caagms, ifihmto iipsrfsali rflk Kt tiiiaal Ogicraanl It a ill roaiaia all tke aeat of tke day, foreign aad liaitir. aarleti, Sc., Sc., aa well aa aa oeigiaal i irraapaadiats SOM aS porta of Ik* roaalry. Tke aiateMaaeoaa diparfeat will re tenf special ailialiaa, aad, ia alt napeeti, tke eSurt a ill be aiadr to **teblisk Ike ekaracler of lite -Van. ami Spallma aa a Paawly lew (paper Waaktegteakctagaaw tke caattal paiat of tke rarrcat aulilary upctauaa*. mat aMraliaa a ill be paid to fan:i>kiag Ike roadrfs af tka .\uhonal A i >llim aiik foil, aad oapectaHy aith mtturatt, accooats of tke progress of Ik* war far tke L'aioa. la politics. tke paper ariil ke RepaMiaaa. »u»- taiaiag tke Adwa«*lialieeef Mr. Liacola. kaldis c Lai mi ag kwareter, aay prcteaaioa to k* tk* orga of ike Presideat. There an other Repablicaa paper ia tk* Di* trie! of TolaMbia, or ia the viriailv of il, aad il i* believed that recent cicala have opeaed U> serh a paper aa iaipurtaet sphere of asefal effort. Tke tiaM has come. akea tbearlaal adatiaiclralioa of the liorrraawat apon Rei|«Micaa priariples will rsplode the atirrepreaentation* ahirh hate Birds those priariple« MI dialaslefal to the South. Rut it is lot only here, and ia this vicinty .that the projector* of the Xatiamml KtpuUtrwn hope to make it uiteful. To the whole country they offer a journal which will discuss national politics from a national standpoint, and which will never lie swerved (Vnm patriotic duly by any overpowering pressure of local iuterest. Terms of Babacrlplloa. One copy, one year $2 00 Three copies, one year & 00 Five copies, one year 7 uo Ten copies, uuc year 12 00 Twenty copies, oue year 20 00 One copy, six months 1 00 Three copies, six uiontns 2 50 Five copies, six months 3 SO Ten copies, six mouths <~ oo Twenty copies, six months ... 19 >u I'nyincnt always in adtimce. When a Club of subscricers bus been forwarded, additions iniiy be made to it on the same terms It I* not uecessury that the subscribers to a club should receive their papers at thesntnc post office. Money may be forwarded by mail, at uur risk. Large accounts can be remitted iu drafts on Bos ton, New York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore; smaller auiouuts iu geld, or iu notos of solvent banks. The Daily Xutwnal Republican is published every morning (Sundays excepted) at s:i 50 pet annum, in udvunce. Addresss W. J. MI'RTAGII k CO., [50:1 v] Washington, D. C. Notice. Territory of Washington, ) In the District Conrt 2d Judicial District, > of the County of Thurston. J 2d Judicial District. To JOHN F. DKVOUE, Owner, aud E. DEVOKE, Dow-cress: You are hereby notified that a complaint for a foreclosure of mortgage has been filed against you iu said court by It. 11. Lunsdale, which will come on to be heard at the first term of the court, which shall commence more than three months af ter the 30ih day of November, 18dl, and unless you appeurat said tenu aud answer, the same will be taken us confessed, aud the prayer thereof granted. The object aud prayer of said complaint Is, to foreclose a mortgage against you ou certain real estate iu Thurston county, Washington Territory, and to recover of you the sum of six hundred aud twenty dollars, with interest at the rate of two per cent, per month from November 12th, 1801. Bl'TLElt P. ANDERSON, Attorney for Plaintiff. Nov. 30, 18C1. 3:«v4 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ) Territory of Washington, >■ 2d Judicial District. ) WHEREAS • libel Ima been filed in the I>is trict Court in and for the 2d Judicial District of Washington Territory, on the 2uth day of December, 18<3I, by 11. F. Kendall, part owner and libcllnnt against the steamer Klirn Anderson, her tackle, apparel, furnitnrc, engines and ma chinery, and against Daniel F. Ilrndford, claiming to be p.irt owner, alleging in substance that libel in lit is the owner of twenty-one eightieth: of said steamship and that he U kept out of und de prived of the possession by said Bradford, find nnd praying process against Mid steamship, and that Mid Daniel F. Bradford be cited to npjiear, that possession of said interest in said nteamer be decreed to libellant, and that said Bradford be de creed to convey Mid Interest to the libellant ac cording to his agrcemeut: HOW, therefore, in pur suance of the motion, under seal of said court, to me directed and delivered, 1 do hereby give pub lie notice to all persons claiuiiug said steamship, her tackle, apparel and furniture, Ac., or in any matter Interested therein, that they be nnd ap pear before the said court, to beheld at the town of Olympin, in nnd for the 34 Judicial district, on Monday, the third day of February nest, at ten o'clock, in the forenoon, provided the same shall be* day of Jurisdiction, otherwise on the nest day of jurisdiction, then and there to interfuse their claims, and to make their allegations iu that behalf. WILLIAM M'NTINOTON, U. S. Marshal, W. T. Dated December 30th, Ittl. Eowanv LAMM, I'roetor, olympin, W. T. Tsnnirunr or WAOHISOTOK, I County of Thurston. { /a tki Court mf tkt fktmmd Jmdk—l Ihlnrt. To WILLIAM L. SMITH, aood as sobseqoent in rnmhranrer. in ooit of Andrea Williams ee. George Drew. H si. Porrrtosar* of mortgnge. Yun ur hrrrhf wiiid Um Aadrrw ViUitM kaa IN a rMapialat ipJul Urorge Urt«, I'arv lis* P. U. Itmi, M. 1. Mnkrr. a-.d tMrtrlf, ia mm! r«art. akirk a ill nar aalak liraM al lk« Sr«t irm of lk« Nait vkirk ik*M i iaaiaii aare ikaa Ikrcr Mb aftrr Um> iMk 4a* aft Maker. I Ml. aad aaleaa raa al arid *rrm aa4 aa •arf.lk* MM will be lakra a* nrtnil, aaa Ike ftayar Ikcrcaf Tkr afcjrri awl prarrr mf mid ria; lito if «a fawrlaw lk« tyrity rf ulif liaa. If a» twi law. or m»f rlaia la karr ia errtato pwaiaai. to ark. Ik r ■amnl of (aid Imrp lm-a ia Ikr laad (Ilia ia LtwU rmmmtr, ia ail Bitrill. kaawa at Crarjrr I*rr« • (lata. anlfaH to Iku Plaia liffky tadralarr of ampa»a. dated iktoWt l»tk. I'M. to m«rt tk« fajant mf fl aw, witk le fl ialrrrtt after 4ale. 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fra raart.aa laatt, iiiiialii Tera, imsi. EL WOOD STASS, Adarwr of Aadw William. Otlaku Ikk, IWI. n OOAI Oil ASS Cfii •!!. LAVM, 'pUBITWI wttk all klati af Saniaf aad 1 lUrkHMTy Ofla, for Mlc at grrallr rr diced raw*. Ala* nm HRATfffG ROOMS, #W Cveiutf. aaj/ar UmUmf PUt trrnm*. Ffl nil TIM Loa »T STANFORD BROTHERS, ♦>lifart ! » rtprrt. ar*r fraacteo Leonard Scott A Co.'s nmnorm All IL1EIIIII: 11(12111 t J BOXABD BCOTT * CO., Xi« Tack, i lJ » w »■>»»* Ike foUoaiag Britiak hMi nil, rta: 1. TW LOMDOW QtWRTERLT, fCiMH HHi I.) S. TW EDIXBirBGH REVIEW, (Whig.) 3. Tke XOBTH BRITISH REVIEW, (PreeCharch) 4. Tke WESTMINISTER REVIEW, (Liberal.) 5. BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAOAZISR, (Toty.) These Periodiralt ably represeat tke mat p»4i tkal parties of Ureal Britaia—Whig, Torr, aad lUJical; kat politic* fona oaly oa* (sal are of tkeir character. A* orgaas of tke arast profoaad writers ••a Srieace, Literalare, Morality, aad Itoligioa, they staad a* they have erer Mood, aarivaled ia tk* world of Irtlrrt, bring cotiMered iaiiiipetM- Me lo Ike scholar and tke profrnioaal ana. akile to the ialelligeat reader of every CIBM. ikey tor. ai»k a arare correct aad aiiikclMy record of tke < urrrat literature of tke day, thraag boat ika acrid than caa possibly be oklaiaed Iruai aay other source. The receipt of Adranre Sheet* froai the British pulilitber- gives additioMl valae to these reprialt, iaa.much as ikey taa 808 k* plac -d ia Ike kaads of iubscribcra about as toss as tk* origiaal adi tioas. Terms: Fur u? 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When sent by mall, the Postage to any purt of the United States will be but 34 cenlM a year for " Blackwood." and but 14 centa ayear'foreArh of the Reviews. N. ll.—The price in Great Britain of the five Pe riodicals above named is s3l per annum. Mr Remittances should always be addressed, post paid, to the Publishers, LEONARD SCOTT k CO., No. 54 Oold street, New York January Oth, 18(51. No. 8 THE FARMER'B GUIDE Scientific And Practical Agriculture. BY IIKNUV STEPHENS, F. R. 8., of Edinburgh, and the late J. I*. NORTON, Professor of Scien tific Agriculture iu Yule College, New Haven, 2 vols. Royal octavo. ICOO page*, aud nu merous Engravings. This is confessedly the most complete work on Agriculture ever published, and in order to give it a wider circulation, the publishers have resolved to reduce the price to <t» for Ibe Two Volume*. When sent by mail (post paid) to California, Oregon und Washington, the price will be $7. To every other part of the Union, and to Canada, (post ptld) SO. Btjjjr This is not the old " Book of the Farm." Remittances for any of the above publication* should always be addressed, post paid to the pub lishers, LEONARD SCOTT k CO.. No. 54, Oold Street, New York. CHARLES F. KOIIIIIKS, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PBBBBEB, PRINTING MATERIAL INKS, CARD STOCK, *c. MM. 11l and 118 Clay Street. Sun Franeisco, January sth, 18C1.10:ly Dr. J. IBrowne, No. 019 Kearney Street, corner Commercial, Physi cian and Operating Surgeon, Member of the Royal College of London and Edfiiburgh, Graduate of the I'uiversilies of Loudon and Edinburgh—First prizes for auatoiiiy and chemistry, and second for medical jurisprudence for the nbove named Uni versities—Hon. physician to the Edinburgh Lyiug-iu-llospital, and Surgeon to Glasgow Lock Hospital, begs to call the attention of the public to his rational mode of treating and curiug dis eases, and may be consulted daily from 0 a. m.till 9 p. ui., on diseases of the following organs : Brain, Eye. Ear, Heart, Lungs, Liver, Stomach and lutestinal Canal; Caueef*, Spleen, Kidneys and remaining Urinary Organs; Midwifery aud diseases of Women and Children. Surgical cases operations of every claw and t'hurncterperformed. Cases of nervous or acquired debility, diseases ofthe Skin, etc., he begs to cn'l particular attention to Fibrons nnd Museular Rheumatism, commonly called chronic and acute, ad generally produced by the use of Mercury. DR. J. BROWNE. «l 9 Kearney street, Ran Franeisco CAL. ■<%. N. B.—All letters for ndvice and medicines promptly answered, and out door pat'enU attended to day or night. VTATRIMOXIAL.—A yonug gentlessan. whoat ill personal uppearonee, fortune nnd position k U A No. I, wishes to unite himself to a lady with similar qoaliftcatioas. The advertiser being sin cere. will here describe himself, and nlthangh ho in yoong iu appearance he will admit him so It osi the '• shady side of City. The ndrretisor is of medi um stature nsithar >a too fot nor too lean dork eyes nnd osprsaeioe, animnted teooSe—nn ; and be mast here cashn ha is ento in sSnSing ho boa the most snawy white teeth, (nMnsnlaaostl hands, heow ond ski a as clear as a child's ; his hair and ohishsrs are a deep brown, nnd he eon aaeoro yon all that those totter beontles were given him by using, foe two months. Lnfosrt's Wast India Sonp. Teeth Hast foe bis yellow teeth, and Jones* Carol Hair ■eoueatlTe on his Geny. Coarse hnir.and by shaving and washing with Jonos' Italian Boop. His csMrsr. wrinkled skin and hands have thns been ssnde white and dear. TWoe hssnlMM nr toles cm be had at nas ana hie rotes nt ersry drag rise* in California, Oregon sad Washington Tsm otry. CTUjTE I WWIII OLTKPIA vicar unriimv. . Stuart & Dlaolnhiwr. WTTOCLPIafcM ikadHw—aTOlyto ikai liia'rikg WaSuKS,CAS» WAGE* aad BCQOIKS af all l«Ml|lhii, fraa tk< ke* of inportrd materia!, fcy tifiiwil nra. for a-liick WIISAT aUlkc takra laucbaax*. delivered al tkr Taawaler ■Mil Stay cacatr 3d aad I'kiaoak HlreeU. • ilvapia. Utrtakn I, IM*. itf J. W. JMISN, 4TTORXBT AT LAW. B*Ucitor ia Chaacer?, aad Proctor ia Ateimitf* ■atrt*. Ktrrt. IMI. If If SEEDSI_SEEDStt fJIj ££ id' m* pCa'si'sTL -^*. f*coktW,kwiifc«tol to tooUafccd tot*wi Bwwt«eep*Bsto Wt ll.ooolk*. AlMkChm Iwt fMMmll IMI. itMto. MCtowM. I.Mtto.WWlitotahOkMt. 1,000 tot. Tkaotky OraM Saad. 1,000 lb*. Omi M. 1,900 lb*. Millet Bead. 1,000 lb*. Lmctm Clover flood. SO Bmk. M Top Oim M. T» Bask. fceatacky MM Omm BM4. 10 liih. Bra OMM Itoi so Ink. Mind Un OHM Im4. IS Baik. Sofnh Clover tM. 10 !■»>. Sweet TeraalOraai Seed. 10 toitk CrMM Dagslait OMM Scot. loßaak. Caiitaraia Prairie Clover. M 0 Ike. Bagar Boat Seed. •00 Ik*. Large Bad MMMU VMMI 800 l 300 lb*. Loag BMM. MO to*. Tfcrafc BM Beet. M 0 Ik*. toUMMTaraip Seed. M 0 Ik*. Karly White Datck Taraip Seed. MOM Tap Taraip Heed, too Ik*. Loaf Untie Carrol. 100 Hi*. Whit* Belgiaa Carrot. M 0 Ik*. Aiurkl Oatoo Seed. I,ooolk*. TOP OXIOXB. Together with all tke varieties repaired Ilorticaltaral iayliailli. Bodge Bk*ar*, Praaiag Shear*. Spring lledfe Shears, Praaiag aad Bad* ding Knife*, 8)* l, etc. ete. Bote* of 1M paper* assarted aeadi pot op **- prenl- for dealer*. A likeral diaeaaat will ke made to Ike trade. We have a very fin* assortment of Datch Balboa* Flowering Roots, which we can pack to go seenre for any distance. Catalogues sent on application. All orders addressed to J. P. SWEENY* CO., 4M Cal., Ban Francisco, Will aeet with prompt attention. February 1, 18C2. 12:tn3 BLOCK, MILLER ICO., (Sueeetiort to Price, Miller | Co.) DALLES AND COLVILLE, WUOLESAI.E AMD RETAIL DEALERS IX rim ui iHBTit CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, DATS, Ac. ALSO Staple and Fancy Groceries, . Provisions, Wines, Liquors, Etc. A full assortment of MINERS' GOODS con stantly on hand. B©-Mr. BLOCII being • resident of San Francisco, where all our purchase* arc made, we shall be abl* to offer better inducement* than auy other House. October l!>th,lßGl. 47:m# Territory of Washington, ) qq County of Thurston* J In the lhttritl Court if tht 34 Judicial DUtriti. To G COLLIER BOBBINS : You arc hereby notified that Auson G. Henry has filed a complaint against yon, in said court, which will come on to be heard at tho first term of the court, which shall commence more than three mouths after the 7th di y of December, 1801, and unless youappcarat said term aud answer, the same will be taken as c< nfessed mid, the prayer thereof granted. The ol ject and prayer of said complaint is to cuforcc tl.e collection of eight hundred dollar*, or therea bouts, with Interest at two per cent, per month, fr»m October, 1850—the said sum and Interest b iug due as u liallancc o.i account of draft depos ited with said G. Collier Bobbins for collection. ELWOOD EVANS, Attorney for Anson G. Henry. Complaint filed Sept. 28, 1861. 4:m3 PHELAN'S Billiard Saloon. rfWK above Billiard SnUmo. with EIGHT FIRST I CLASS I'IIELAN TABLES, it now open to the public. The Cushions on these Tables are the latest patent, and arc a great improvement on their predecessors. The ROOM is fitted up so as to combine ELEGANCE with COMFORT. The bar will be kept supplied with the very choicest brands of Wines, Zslqiuora, cb oegAra f And the subscribers hepe, by striot attention, to merit the patronage of all who admire and prac tice the GAME OF BILLIARDS. DAN. LYNCH, M. E. HUGHES. TM nnd TM Montgomery it., Opposite the New Metropolitan Theatre. The subscriber begs to inform the public that the above mentioned BILLIARD SALOON Is is o intended to serve as a show and salesroom for And WlHard Trimmings of every description. I*«rties deeirons of purchasing Billiard Tables wtll thus have an opportunity sf selecting from a va ried mnrimaul. both in style und takh, osd ana also test the sannimlty claimed for the Cnehieas and Tables, ir.DAN. LTSCU wMI always kern hand, nnd rsndy to gHr* nM mnlisl Isfotmilln with reward lathe morits of theoo SCSTL T CELB nUfOIIUUtt TAMUDP the snhscrthsi cordially Iwlto all totoiMtod poetteste raM and etsmltr. X. ». HCCU9. Agoat for phdan's Pnnnt ComMantlea Cask immtßitliiN TillMs San Prnneisro, Joly It. IMI. Kmc* BROOKLYN HOTEL COMXMM BMOAPWJk TAX* SUX9OMS ST$.. sax nuscnco. ESSrSSSS MUM pr waak, a*4 *e «y b -MB *9 raaat!" Tkb Saul ■ nliiMk*!* *■!<>* —■« ikaia.fi II" >'»*> yifc'iwk. VMOI «m »a —» «bj S^SJSiSS !Pi§sgSji& Saa Fmaciaea. Oft IM, IMI. ««1 WA»HIWOTOtI MOTH, SILAS OA! ■ IS—iftwk oosxss or sbcovd axd haw arsons, Olympian W. T. Slftfi |lf S *». iw Hr BILLIARD TMUI, » ——** ! < . IHRIIKfIBDBfIHH AttiMH to Hw ittwiMw TaMtai in will Ik i f—my tkW af IWrailar* far a private <rillh| Am U Mtkiaf aw* WnUc; ■■ 4mm, m ■win «M amy arMiaaiuar k Mac waß mm. Ut»d «fca»M fca ■Mi m —a. (Mara rtm ia faa far a 'suO?!! abarr Tw faZilf caa njtr Um (All, IllllM. as* haallli |lil«| affcilEiifr. S. S. BL'OIEB MIUm4 TaWa Maaafartatar, Aai Agcat far PIILAS'I FATCXT COMM. XATIO* CtofflfOSt, tic., ate. M. BtMMtfaa rnmi Salaaraaa, *a. TM Mi Ttlleeieewiy aOTat. A> iMHfctMf, Miiku atraat, apfMte Qr> phaa Arrival. DTsumanaßmii SICK UEMAmm VWER (f What CMitltatc* Health f RICO, Pm Blood, Natural NipltilM, Good appetite for rood, MM*, Kierciee ud the t i<joy meats of Nature, with Strength of Body, Mind and Litnb*—Activity of Ihs Liter, and alt other Natural functions—inch a state la Mt b/ all, after using Dr. Webber's lavlforatlng Cor« dial MMKMUW! t To mnny, the above may teem extravagant praise of this concoction, but If they could *ee, af I have, the many whom tbia bat restusi-d <to health, they would not be surprised at anjr tan* guage used In its praise, To offer more certifica tes, !s useless ; at least eighty have already: teen published, and only the thick-headed, scl&wisa skeptic and unbeliever can doubt thut it la the most blessed health-restorer and strength-giver ever invented by man. It restores and perma nently invigorates the broken down system. 'Nay, more, it replaces natural weakness and strength. The desponding it revives, the feeble it aadowa with vigor, and the cheerfulness and strength which it restores, or creates, It alio pHservcs. To the sickly wire it imparts that degree of vital force necessary to the crowning joy and great ob ject of matrimony. To the debilitated husband, it gives the nervous and muscular energy which characterize! manhood. In all cases of nervous disease, low spirits, indigestion, liver complaint, iudispositiou to mental exertion, lassitude, emaci ation, impotence, Ac., iu fact, in all complaints, acute and chronic, which depress and weigh dowu the mind aud body, it Is en absolute, infallible Specific, •! ■ l NATURE S OWN REMEDY FOB VAN SICK NESS 11 That creates, reproduces New and Pure Blood— that acts ou the liver, heart, brain, intestinea, limbs and chest—thut revolutionises the whole system—gives strength to the most debilitated and weak—that coutaius no mineral, or other poison. Suck is, in truth. DP. Jiicob Webber'# Justly Famous In vigorating Cordial SttngaiHer! The extraordinary and strange Cures effected by this beautiful herbal concoction has astonished all: It seems to suit every consiitntion. Tit OLD. TUB FEEBLE, THK LANGUID, feel that new life and blood is given them. The roue, the dissipated debauch ee, the weak from long disease, from taking too much medicine, calomnl aud other miaeral poisons; the young man whose manhood is wasted, where nature's functions are inert and lifHess, experien ces the bliss of RUHI'ST AND VIGUBONS MAN HOOD I His appetite is good, his sleep quiet and "cfroshlng, his mind and memory cleSr and cer jiin. ■■■> ' i lflL. Sold in quart bottle* by ttcDinroToiv a to, CMANE * BIHOHAM, And all Druggists in California, Oregon and Washington Terr lory. HENRY M. M'CILL, [LATE SECRETARY OF TUE TERRITORY.} Attorney-«t«Zj»^, Crmmintntr if tkt Curt tf Claim if U. 8. . — AS »— Commlulocr of DwdiAif Oregon and Wiihiagtoa. WILL devoU special atteaiW «9.yiyiff iiou of the umumt paper* to aeewptoy cUuuu andor the tci of Xaroli Id, J Ml, to >M payment of the war debt, aad to buiaOsi Wkn the U. S. Land OflrM. Orrica—Oa Malp a>„ Ot)t»pK W«T. 441) Seed Warehouse! IB* m SMCO'C^9Rt3H^ (WMim inmi AND FBUIT gJEKD» 11 wiali Oi —, MOwwyTkmii, Kwlmltj WtQ—,C«a>y 1W Bw< u. pfi^pEr *'lk«ssl » "/Itwmfiili, M WW. fhv | reteib(«.U II it I I | vh ymwi, inr«afcwii N.. F. r^r«i, IMfc. IMI l*.»«

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