Newspaper of The Washington Standard, January 5, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of The Washington Standard dated January 5, 1867 Page 3
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B@~Thc ladies of St. John's Church take this mode of returning thanks to their numerous friend for their cordial ai.d substantial assist ance at their late fair. The amount realized was over §450. The fair was a complete success, notwith standing the non-arriva! of the Steam ers. and very unpleasant weather- Accept our thanks and be lieve us ever grateful. * Bgg 1 * Our friends, Messrs. Drew rv and Hays, give a ball at Capitol Hall on the 11th. USS- Hon. Geo. E. Cole received the commission of Governor of W. T. Nov. 21st. The Springfield Armory will supply the Swiss Government with gnus. Q : In l'ortlnul. Dec. 28, to Mrs. It. G. Head, a daughter. dtlamcd; At Steilacoom, on SOtli ist., by ltcv. O. M. Sloan, Mr. F. J. hollister to Miss Kate Lackey. Compliments received. SPECIAL NOTICES. The Deal Kenudy for Purifying the Blood the Nerves, Restoring the Lost of appetite is, f'UiiSK'S HAMBURG TEA. It U toe best preservative against almost any sick •ess, if used timely. Composed of herbs only, it can be safely given to infants. Full directions in English, French, Spanish and Ocrman, with every package. TRY IT! For sale at all the wholesale and retail drug stores and groceri es. EMIL FREBE, Wholenale Druggist, Sole Agent, 410 Clav street, 3®:ly San Francisco. NiRRUCG A\D fEMBACT, an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men. Alao, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate we vital powers, with sure means of relief. Knit ™ •fenarp in '«M letter envelope*. Addreaa DR.SKII.MN y JI'QUTO.V, Howard Association, Philadelphia, I". Iherirs Rale. T)Y *trt»» of m urdrr of aalr insf4 oat of D «*♦ r »"H AUUs Pis Mii I t'asit of f>mr UsslJ. * T OS tW IM Sir of iMaWi. »aJ to m- as 4 irkxrH. I ho** *** Ul^r " tiKtias at tor I I* mm vasrSst ik* -to **♦ tr■ toa»? 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A» a demriptive ariter. Mr. Headier ha.« uo tuprrior in America.— /'aily llrrald , Portland Oregon, Juhr 17, IM6. It in the br<( history yet offered. W> rorn med it to nil who deaire n fnir impartial hi«to ry.'—Democratic AVivi", Salem, (Jrcgou, June 25th. It it the Must Reliable I/ietory of the late Civil War. It thould be in every Library. SOLD ONLY BY CANVASSING AGENTS. TRAVER BROTHERS, Portland, Oregon, General Subscription Agents for Book 9, Maps, Churls, etc. 9:tf United States Mail. WASHINGTON TERRITORY. POST OFFIOE DEPARTMENT, Washington, October 31, 1800. J • PROPOSALS will be received at tiie Con triict oflice of tliis Department until 3 p. M. of February 15, IHC7, for conveying the mails of the United Ctatcs in the Territory of Washington, from July 1, lbt>7, to June 3D, 1870, on the routes and by the schedule of de partures and arrivals heroin specified. (Do ing routes established by acts of Congress ap proved March 14, and July IS aud 20. ISUC— and others.) Decisions announced by February 23, 1807. 15421 From Seattle, by Treo Posts and Pass Biakely to Pass Orchard, 30 miles and buck, once a week. Leave Seattle Tuesday at 8 a in ; Arrive at Pass Orchard by Up in ; Leave Pass Orchard Wednesday ut 8 am; Arrive ut Seattle by 0 p in. 15422 From Wallula, by Antonio Plantz, l'oii d'Orcillc Lake and Hell (iate, (Mon tana) to Helena, USU miles aud back, once a w.ek. Bidders to propose a schedule of depar tures and arrivals. Proposals for three-timcs-a-week service invited; and also to end of Hell (iate. (Missoula .Mills P. O.) 200 miles less distance. 15423 From Wulln Walla, by Coppie, Touchet, and Lcwiston, to Pierce City, -7; i miles uiul buck, once a week. Leave Wulln Wulln Monday at t! am; Arrive at Pierce City fifth dny by C p m j Leave Pierce City Monday at C a in; Arrive at Walla Walla filib day by Opm. 15424 From Walla Walla, by Mullan's Bridge, to Fort Colville, 229 miles and back,; once a week. Leave Walla Walla Monday at 8 am; Arrive at Fort Colville,Saturday by 0 p lit Leave Fort Colville Monday at 8 a m ; Arrive at Walla Walla Saturday G pm. 1j42."> From Port Townsend, by New Dungc nesa, to Whatcom, 75 miles aud back, once a week. Leave Port Townsend Tuesday on arrival ef boat from Olyrapia ; Arrive at Whatcom in :t« hours ; Leave Wbatccm Thursday at 8 a m ; Arrive at Port Townsend Friday by Hp m. 15426 From Walla Walla to Seattle, miles and back, once a week. Bidders to state distance and propose a • schedule of departures and arrivals: For fortos of praoisals, ft irasrr aad certi ficate. aad for instnartioas. rvqairesaenu. ete., bidders are refertrd to tW frarral advrrtine wat ml Taskisftst Tqnion tvim. dated Jtlj 31. IM al lk» petoctpoi p ss> niiw. ALU V fcAXDALL. rs.t9Mto««tanl IV St. lW • •« *ll to* m W fc* ws» : «• MOBP m S®*" <tos®ap. «MK at Sto >«> » toss to to» to 'Tisi'*to'li tosto * to Assttopsw tois*» m m to *i«aaaa*» . "1to«w mm Mam * t KEmcKT wrmmm r*mrt Mm LI. IMTNII M LU'THIVI. FIV i T«i* 1M O.ifc- < U> TDK FTI URNWRE_™M MPBJNM MI Stop that Coo«ihin«i SO«r at na caa v. *' pit .™; Tet k»r lrie i nm r*me4? k«« IWO>E 4»«- M«4. kt Hi ««it «• »aprr»e4« all Msibr |Hf)rtnli<«i. It »» nrrnnuf joa • bnuld U rrJbf taut U> ITT •omr'hinp el* af ter tbr many ejpenn.enU TOO bare made of tra»hv e«ini|«»and» foislrd upon the |>ublic as I certain cure ; but XEWELL'S Pulmonary Syrup is really the VERY BEST remedy ever com pounded for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Bron chitis and Consumption. Thousands of peo ple in California and Oregon have been already benefitted by the surprising curative powers of WISWELL'S Pulmonary Syrup and with one accord give it thnir unqualified approbation. We now address ourselves to all who arc unacquainted with this greatest Panacea of the age, for the healing of nil dis eases of the Throat and Luugs, assuring you vhat H'EVvELL'S Pulmonary Svrup has cured thousands and it will cure YOU if if you try it. This invaluable medicine is pleasant to the taste ; soothing, healing and strengthening in Its effects; entirely free from nil poisonous or deleterious drugs, and perfectly harmless un der all circumstances. Certificates from many prominent citizens of San Francisco accompany every bottle of NEIVELL'S Pulmonary Syrup REDINGTON & CO. Agents, San Francis co. Aug. 25, 1800. 42:mC:is FABTEBT, CHEAPEST, BAFEBT AND BEST. THE FAVORITE STEAMER "Eliza Anderson," D, B. Finch, Master, T EAVES fur VICTORIA and intermediate I j points every— MONDAY MORNING, At 7 o'clock A. M., cutrying PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT Cheaper

Than they can be carried by aay other Boat. 1 Rrtnrniug the AXUKUMOX will leave Victoria every THIHSDAV nOB!«IK«, At 5 o'clock A. M. The Asniaoox has been thoroughly refitted aad repaired lor the winter trade, aad the pablir may depend that the will resaata p*r ■eatlT aa tbia roate. aataitbctaadiag reports to tW ruatrarr rirra«atad by tataraasad pai- UN a ttoar a*a (Hjmpm, Xntiatn TZ |«M 47 *f J. CL SPARES. _ OLTMFIA. T. »CT ■Mf EDTArtiAT ■tn npn mM NQPfIIMI- ftp + iMMMMb 4NMMM* mm I. -i'vm* Ona*. - mm mm tm nam m it, at m BENNETT MOUSE, SALKM. OREGON. LI.R. TIBSET, HAVING lea.«»d »»•«• alx.»« named hotel, ia prepared to accommodate 'he traveling public, and one hundred regular txmrderi, ia as good style as any House on the Coast. H« has determined to make the "Bennett" aa good as the best and belter than any public house in Malem. He will soon complete tome important improvement*, which will add greatly to its appearance and a comfort, and to merit and hopes to receive his share of patronage. He-has secured the services of " Charley" (known to be the best cook in Salem, and one of the best in the whole country) and other competent persous to manage the culin« ary department, and is resolved to set as good a table as cau be found anywhere— not ii< dap-trap, pomp aud show, flummery and line furniture, but in an abundant supply of the very be»t tho market affords. His Bar-room will be kept warmed and lighted, and well supplied with newspapers, periodicals and other suitable reading matter, aud kept in a manner which will make it an agrccablo resort. 111 short lie intern!* makingnn effort to please all who step at t?ie liennct House. And ho most respectfully requests his friends every where to the give ilio old and well known stand at least one more trial before concluding they can do as well elsewhere, and promises if they are not well treated, and properly cared for, and at rmronable tiguret , it will not be the fault of the public's most obedient and most humble sorv't. L. JAY S. TURNEY. N. B. —Furnished rooms, with 01 without board, by the day,week or month, at the Ben nett, charges moderate. L. J. S. T. Salem, Oregon, Nov, 12, 1856. 4tf " A CARD FOR TUB FALL & WINTEB FLOTHIItG TRADE. Ol' San Francisco. BADGER & LLNDEITBERGEB, Kos. 411, 413 and 415 Battery Street, Conner Merchant, San Francisco. Import era &, Wholesale Dealers. ENTIRE NEW AND FRESH STOCK I WE would call the attention of COUN TRY MERCHANTS to our usually large stock of goods. Our stock comprises every article in the Clothing and Furnishing line. We have constantly on hand the largest stock and greatest variety of Cassimere and Wool HATS of any house in San Francisco, and our prices for these Goods are less than those of any house, as we receive them di rect from the manufacturer's consignment. Our stock of FALL AND WINTER Goods is particularly attractive, and the great feature to the country merchant is the un usually low prices LKSS Than the Coat or Importation We also keep the STAPLE ARTICLES in the Dry Ooods line, which Goods we have pur chased in this market under the hammer, and are oftering them at New York Cost, and less. We publish this card in order that we may make new acquaintances, and Induce those who have not heretofore purchased of m, to call and examine onr stock. Goo* Articles and Low Price* I Are the great inducements toall who purrhaae U> sel> again. Merchants who bay of as, CM make a good profit, and sell to their rutaa eri at a low igare. We remain, Kspctislly, Yoar Obedieat Striuti, BADGES k LIXDKVBCRr.EE, Whole sah ClstMag aad Mai Warahaaaa, »aa. 411, 413 aad m Bimr/ sasaat. mm+mm sfj&r. » •» «■» Ammmb ln«i "'" U mUmw* m • |w< mw. *•» M aaaw Nfpn *■■ pwtm ark* 4m aa* tmrt (k*l tkt; «rU It am ymmt fmari. Sat mmr pet tatt ttmatf atrr tW rork T. H. DRAKE ft CO.. Sold by all Draggiat. Groear*, toantrr (taraa aad dealer* throughout the world ; mall deal er* caa obtain supplies of aar wholesale agent in any large city or town In the Union. Barnes' Magnolia Water* A toilet delight 1 The ladies' treasure and gentlemens' boon I The "sweetest thing" and largest quantity. Mennfactured from the rich Southern Magnolia. Used for bathingthe face and person, and to render the skin soft and fresh, to prevent eruptions, and to per fume clothing, Ac. It overcomes the unpleasant odor of prespiration. It removes redness, tan. blotches, te. It cores nervous headache and allays inflamma tion. It eools, softens, and adds delicacy to the skin. It yields a subdued and lasting perfume. It cures mosquito bites and sting of insect*. It contains no material injurious to the skin. It is what every lady should have. Sold everywhere. Try the Magnolia Water once and you will use no other Cologne, Perfu mery, or toilet water afterwards. Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. DEMAS BAFNES ft CO., Props. Exclusive Agents, N. Y. Lyons' Kathalron. It ii roost delightful Hair Dressing. It eradicates scurf and dandruff. It keeps the head cool and clean. It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy. It prevents the hair turning grey and falling on. A restores hair upon prematurely bald heads. This is just what Lyons' Kathairon will do. It is pretty—lt is cheap—durable. It is liter ally sold by the car load, and yet its almost incredible demand is dafy increasing, and there is hardly a country store that does not keep it, or a ftinilr that does not use it. E. THOMAS LYON. Chemist N. Y. Lyoni' Extract dinger. LYONS' EXTRACT or PCM JAMAICA OINOIB— For Indigestion, Nausea, Hartbnrn, Sick Headache, Cholera Morbus, Flatulency, Ac., where a warming stimulant la required. Its careful preparatoin and entire parity mike it a cheap and reliable article .for culinary pur poses. Sold everywhere at fifty cents per hot tie. Ask for •' Lyons' " Pure Extract. Take no other. See that the private U. S. stamp of Demas Barnes k Co. is over the cork of each package. None other is genuine. Moat an % LIIIBCB. Hare roa a hurt child or a lasts hsra, ? Use the Mexican Mustang Liniment. Far rata, sure ins, barns, sweUiags aad caked hsaasts, theMexiaoa Mastaag I iaii—tkattain aJdHfer*!tbsa*""' aathiag\iha the fiwisaa'SSE aylMaat mkmSSSFm**SmU rife* wmiii . -"SC. , LM**A*B n 11 -■ a JJ^* a h> FmcimWaUi Akm Cetifarw, D*w«ede Preat, BsUks, Mi«m* and SrieMiie Frew mmi hariniiUim, mt #>. htacriptioai Mtvmd for all ike Su Frmmefom D*ih*s at PiUiaktn'Mica. Any Nmpaitn, Magasiae* or Reviews, M mentioned ia tie above u*t, will be forwarded to order. Olden for Book*, Stationery, Katie, Fancy Arti cle*, etc., promptly tiled. Purcluiae* of all kind* outaide of our regular bau- 1 new promptly and faithfully attended to, at the lowest market price*. Subscription* payable invariably in advance. Remittance* to be prepaid. New Books received by every steamer. Addrea* WHITE & BAtJER, New* Agent*, San Francisco. QT New Sealers in the interior supplied at tIM owest rates. August 6, 1865. 39:1 y Administrator'* Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the under signed have been appointed Administra tors of the estate of J. B. Webber, deceased, by the the Probate Court of Pierce county, W. T. All persons having claims against said es tate are requested to present the same with the neces' ary vouchers to the undersigned, at Steilacoum, in said county, within one year from the first publication of this notice or their claims will je forever barred. Parties indebt ed to said estate will make immediate pay ment to FRANK CLARK, PETER J. MOOREY. Administrators. Steilacoom, Oct. 27,18C6. 61:w4 REDINGTON & OO.'S ESSENCE OF JAHAH 1 ML THIS valuable preparation containing in a highly concentrated form ill the properties of Jamaica Ginger, has become one of the most popu lar domestic remedies for all diseases of the stom* ach and digestive organs. As a tonic it will be found invaluable'to all per' sons recovering from debility, whether produced by fever or othsririse, for whilst it imparts to the sis* tem all the glow and vigor that cau be produced by wine or brandy, it is entirely free from the teae tionary (Beets that follow the use of spirits of any kind. It is also an excellent remedy for female* who suffer from difficult menstruation, giving almost im mediate relief to the spasms that so frequently ac company that period. it gives immediate relief to Nausea, caused by riding in a railroad oar, or by siekMss, or other causes. It is also valuable as an external' application fof Gout, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc. REDINGTON ft COL Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast, San Francisco. Ang. 35,1866. 4&m6ds GRAEFENBERO UTERINE CAT HOUCON if faithfully u»ed according to dlrsctions wilt care every case of Diabetes, and greatly miti gate the troublesome effects caused by a relax ation of the outlet of the bladder. It is a moat successful remedy for the Gravel aad other dis eases of the Kidneys aad Bladder, and for Fe male Diseases it is unequalled. The CWfcsfc'na uniformly cures Prolapsus Uteri, Whites, all Irregularities of the Monthly Turns, lup fires sk a, incontinence of Urine, Bloating aad Dropsical Mveilings, mm* all itssas— •*>Nff stscy. Ths ifstifcsetlss rfikiiMttciM Abdominal Haacks aad L^punna; rnslsriSg Ifcssa ta as hsnlihfol a sssae as lUsasfsUM tosi sad yaash. ss tta patwns shs l«n TMK cmhmi AIIBII Nll fllinß m mmm mmmm. t a K BlMaB r KM. 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