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stage Route to the Pacific. |
The joyful news received by the last mail,
that the important State of Missouri isi
moving directly. nml with earnest es, in‘
behalf of an Overland Stage LillfAIO‘Illll"
fornia, should prompt our citizens to ilnlnc-l
diate and vigorous efforts to advance the
measure. It is nf vitnl importance thnt nn
inlluenec in its favor shnnid he brought toi
bear upon Congress. So many movements]
have been made in the Legislature in eon-l
motion with thi< rit' I ', nil so little lmsl
been done, H. .. . ' t‘2 my particular}
benefit car: i\.' ' .3. .. that body—t
They “iii writ. t it. it. ill‘ over the Scn-|
atorial Elutfluii, {Lt-.léll the State rush}
hendlotn.r to ruin unrmg their inaction—
We must look then to the peoplc'to move
in this matter. We hnve had sufficient
words—we now want action, Everybody
is convinced of the necessity of the project‘
—of the trust benefits it must confer upon:
the State—of its entire prnrtieubility, and
of its prolitahleness to those who under‘
take it; but the edge of popular enthusi
usui is becoming blunted by incessant dis
cussions on paper without corresponding
action. A decisive more must be made,
and we therefore suggest that a State (lon
vention, composed of numerous delegates
from each county, be held in Sacramento
at an early-day, to confer upon the subject
and to adopt measures for sceondin: the
work commenced by Missouri An em
phatic expression of opinion from such a
ody would carry great Weight, and could
not but exert a poWerful influence upon the
National Government. It would encour
sge Missouri, and the other western States,
whose interests in this ‘mstter are identical,
to redouble their exertions to obtain favor:
able action from Con ess. It would con-‘
vincs those.nbroad thin. we are in earnest
—it would by comparison of ideas and the
combined experience of intelligent men ne
quainted wit the routes across the Plains,
throw light upon the measure, and givei
practical men the knowledge upon which
to hose their action—it would and should
instruct their Representatives in the Legis
ioturs u to their wishes, and the steps that
should be taken to carry them out—and,
above all, it would and should give form
and direction to the vague impressions iul
fsvor of the project existing in the minds
of non of enter rise and wealth. It should
condense from iii materials the elements of
a Company, prepared to take hold of the
matter in earnest—-men who would only
scribe their time and means to commence it
forthwith. This and more could be aecom-i
plished 3y such s Convention, and we nsk‘
all fries y to the close to second the cai|,l
and impress upon the people the necessity
of it. It may be considered as settled—a
fact from which there is no turning away,
that California must stagnate, if not retro
grads, during the next five years, unless
this Overland Stags Line is established.—
The capitalists, with large interests at stake
here, who will not enter heartily into the
measure, and subscribe liberally to realize
it. is blind to his own interests, and regard
less of the signs of the times. Let us than,
naitodly, second Missouri with a will, and
to tint and lot as have a State Convention.
-—B. F. Herald.
In" xmlnlafi afizzml‘l-tzrnh. 0‘
The suhjoined communication was receiv
ed by the Golden Age, through the hands
of Mr. Benjamin Hollidsy, who returned
to Califoraleoa that steamer. The request
to give it general publication will be cordi
elly complied with by the Press of Califor
ale:
81'. Louis, Mo, Dec. 21, 1854.
We. the undersigned, a Committee on be
half of ny citiune of St. Louis and Mie
eoorl, egress this letter to you, as editor
of e public journal, and ask its insertion in
the columns of your paper, as the resdiest
means of accomplishing the object it has
in View. A few weeks ago, the proposition
toorfelse e eompeny in Missouri to es
tablie a Stage end Transportation line,
between the frontier of Missouri and the
Stew of California, was made in this city,
end it immediately met with such general
end hearty resrouse as to show that a sense
of the perfect eesibility of the project, and
of its vest importance to Missouri and to
the Padllc Teriiwries,,was entertained by
our op e. meet ng was therou n
oellstrof e number of the leading end mpgst
enterprising citisens of St. Louis, to con
sider the project and determine whether it
was deserving of a general effort in its be
half. The meeting was presided over by
Col. John O'Felloa, who is not unknown to
teeny Californians, as e gentleman alike
distinguished for his segue-iii, public spirit,
enterprise and wealth. 'l‘ ere were |tres~
eut, elso, et that preliminatg meeting, men
who will be known in your tntcas traders
of my years expertence, who will, by
common consent, be admitted the eapscity
to k understandlugly on such a subject.
him-figment was ecidedly end-unani
mously in fevor of the immediate establish
ment of an Overlend Stage Transportation
Line between the Missouri river end the
wetsrs of the Pacific. Just at this junc
ture, it hesso heppened that the mails of
California bring as the cheering informa
tion that your people, whose enterprise is
erhia , end whose acts follow so close
m their resolves, are agitating a project
precisely similar to our own, an that they
are seeking an overland route to St. Louis,
while we are seeking one to Cniifornie—
This coincidence is not without its eight“-
mace, end it.hea greetly inspired with the
confidence of success the movement in Mis
souri. The meeting in question, in View of
this fact, authorised the efppoiutment of
two committees-one to tire I: e charter for ‘
en Overland Stage Transportation Compn- ‘
ny, to he presented to the Missouri Legis— ‘
lstars, with e request for its adoption; an
other to correspond with parties in Califor
nie interested in the same enterprise, with
a View to securing their co-operatiou, and
thereby simplifying and making more cer
tein the success of the‘ overland transit.—
The undersigned are the latter committee.
We take this method therefore of advising
ell cooeerned in California, that Missouri is
actively lnteres'ed in this matter, sad is ‘
. . i
ready to do her part in so grand and nn-t
portunt a work—n work, national in its.
scope and efl'ects, and not to he estimated]
in its beneficial hearings on the Union. or,‘
in its almost certain changes in the travel
and commerce of the (‘outincnt A< the
best assurance of the reliability of Missou
ri in this matter, we append these names,
as Ihe proposed corporators in the charter
to he asked for from the Missouri Legisln-i
tare, which the Committee appointed to;
prepare the same has furnished as to he;
communicated to yum—John O’Fallon. I).
1). Mitchell, 1). 11. l'llfl't'JlllllsUllF. Bridge-,3
Robert ('umphell. J. (.‘. Fremont, A. “:3
Doniplmu, K. .‘lz-Kenzie, 'l‘. 1.. Price, Ila-l
rid Waldo, W. 11. llelelier, A. S. .\litchel|,l
11. D. llnron, Samuel H. \l’oodson, X". l’.,
Blair, lleujumiu llulliduy, Gerard K. .-\l-,
lcu, .l. .‘l. llntrlxes, 11. M. Stewart, 13. G.
limnn, John 11. Surpy, James N. llollms.,
Benjamin ’l‘nmpkins, Alwl Leonard, Jil‘ll-i
un. 15. Brant, John llou'r, W W. Hrcene,
Waynmn ('t'nn', lsum- Sturgeon, Thomas
Allen, ElllHll'tl “'ul>lx, (iilts l“. Flllt'y,
llenry (X Lynn-h. 'l‘. (lrimsley. l). A. Jun“
nary, lleury 'l‘. Blow, (.‘ernn N. Vrain. (i.
R. Smith. J. H. Yeatlnau, nml “'m. Gil
pull. The Legislature or )li<souri meets,
next Monday, 25:1. inst, nml no delay or
dilliculty is apprehended in gelling: Mich a
charter a: we wish. (‘ongrcss will also be
asked to give the right of way. and neces
sary military protection, if needed, to the
proposed overland line. But the organiza
tion will proceed without reference to this
last matter. No line has been determined
on by the citizens of Missouri, for tho pro
posed overland crossing. We shall ask
California, and we do, in this letter, ask
California. to meet. as half way. Let Culi
forrriu organize aml operate the west half
of the line, Missouri will do the some for
the east half. This will make the whole
work simple and easy. But it is only just
to mention to you, that so far as any ex
pression has been elicited from the most of
those citizens of Missouri engaged ‘5 this
movement, as to the preferred route for
this enterprise, it has been in behalfof the
route known among us as the central—the
one commenced to be explored by Gunni
son. and which departs least in its general
com‘se from the parallel of St. Louis, Sac
ramento. and San Francisco. But if we
have your co-operation, we must. also ex
pect your consultation and agreement in
determining the route. Any communica
tion’on this subject from persons author
zed 0 act on behalf of your citizeml, we
will be happy to receive. Trusting soon to
have favorable accounts of your reception‘
of this movement of Missouri, we remain“
Respectfully yours,
Rom-arr (Him-nan”
llcnsox E. BRIDGE,
K. .‘HKerirt,
"11an C. l.\'scn,
J. B. Smrr, ,
Mlnrsox MILTON.
—_
l-‘rult and Ornamental Trees,
Vlnes, are.
NURSERY AT THE BOWLITZ lANlllllGl
THE nul-criber em-n- fnr nle thl- lhll t
lug. stock of superior Tree: selected
hon General ernrver’l Nu: cry. Oregon
Tom. In part m- hllo'l :
50. True two {can growth from the
filtering: line: 0.000 one gear] growth, oom
in. the {n owln‘ (“hunt hill ‘1:
A l‘ P L E S .
Early amen. Hm.
lnd am. Whitfield Feebno-ftrrther.
Colnl Qalxeeh {Marduki I ‘
Williams . “no as tun ru .
Janna. enter], Rtnw- Luke- Sgt-sung.”
terry, New Town l‘lppen.
Golden Sweet. Northern pr,
Port" A la, llnxburr Home“,
Tolpehnehlhg. mu- Jen-mm.
[idea'- Bluah. lit-hael Henry l'lpprn,
Rambo. NeCln‘rr l‘rcrnlurn.
PalLPlp'mlll. IcClner \l'lnter Heedllng.
Vsllow flower. Sweet J une.
Belmont or Gate Av 10. mun Mignon.
Rhoda blunt Gunilla,
PEAR S . _
Butlett, Mulch Main.
Whltn Doienne. Jalleae,
Durham ling. Jargnnelle.
lndelene. Ponrul. Manta large.
Nadoloon. Rlze Blanca.
FM”. fleekel.
Dr Arm-m.
CHERRIES.
Baal Ann. Duwntun.
Bed Causation. Black Mom-Ila.
In] Dale. Kehtirh lilgedmw.
late Duke. '.
Able Mama. Nectndnel. Apricots and Almond: of
writable sin for tun-plum“. all healthy and well
grown. (lnpe. Camilla. Goo-Mrry.§trawlx~rr3‘, he.
Perma- rlealrua- of purrhulng trees Ire requested
to and In their order! during the month» of AWL
September. November and December. , ‘
ll order- for the Sound will 1.9 packed in boxer
in the bent manner. for whlrh rewnnlle charges will
be mule. -
Cities” with "film annexeddwlll be sent to all
n on rat .nn ta e I. .
PP 8 W E I E. n. WARBAHS.
Eden l-‘nrln. Cowlllx hurling. Aug. 21. 1354. J“
_—_.__.___.______ l
s. Imam, I. Imam. r..' “11an
Bettman Brothers, ;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ‘
DRY, GOODS, GROCERI EB,l
READY-MADE CLOTHING. kc.
Burn on the corner of lain and Hecund Street-J
Olymplu. W. ’l'. l
I? A branch oftholr Iton In established In Seattle.
Klnf county. ‘
Oymplu.Ang.lß.lßsl. 5m {
FOR SALE. I
SEVERAL yoke of oxen ln [mud worklng order ori
l suitable for beef. lnflnlre at Hall olllrn or of the
nah-crib" on the head 0 shtmhnm Hay. I
. J. T.BCOTT.
December I, mo. 1
HOLMAN HOUSE.
mm & mam, :rinozrmmaoml.
mlmml'nl? LANDING.
Elm IABION COUNTY. OREGON.
Feb. ".1854. :m l
Inyward’s Llno ;
F PACKETS M; of the Ihl Sank '
0 Parker. :35 Hertha-trams!“ silthooaufll
Wllllrnntln runnhrly tween I'nnt Salad
Ind flan l-‘rnnelseo. All orders for goods will bo‘
energetic-riled to.
My .1051. 4le
———...*__.-._._
Sta-allied Honey. l
A NEW 111-Indy of lan strained Home 'Just rerelr'erll
and for eat in RKEB‘B.
Olympia. Nov. 14. 185‘. Ill! i
Arr-3v Places GINGHAisKVIt i" " _- " i
.
Olympla,.lnn. 1!,'55—2m1l Baum. l
Arm Pram Lm'iism's u M” “ ‘i l
.t '
Olympia. Jan. 13. 55. R “NEE
‘ |
‘ PLE’S E U ' '
: ' l
j Goldman & Rosenblntt, i'
‘ 'l‘llil’ vmhlaully "u lmnd, mnlrervii‘c :
l 1‘ by rvery m'rival— I
Dry Goodl, Clothing, 5
{IIIIICHHIES AND PROVISIUN“. .
(,‘RUCKERY, "001‘s ANI) snows, i 1
[LINN-H2l RE, STA ’1'l().\"l I: I'. "
15A 0 DLE RY, &c., 800";
‘ Whirl: .m» «111 at “'liulvulelnml Retail. 1
} Luilim' Huilyroiuloriu nml [ln-us Trimming.“ of llu- ‘
lulu! -l_\lv~ llllpufll'll dim-l l'rum New York. }
”rllrrn promptly unn-mlml In.
l'urrlmwrs will Illul it tn thrir inn-rut in Milli :
j HOLINAN & |ll|sli.\‘lll..\l"[‘. ,
l ('nnn-r ul' Mahmud Smuml Sun-ls. \
mepln. I‘M. 12!! j
‘ .... w. __....___ V. _ ___,7.__..-—_ i
, SAIT' SALT"
111 I 4
()N huml nml for ink-:11. lln- Mum- uf Samuel I‘.
.\lln-u, nI-xl .lunr i... l‘.. .\. llnnuu' ~11-I‘r, inn mm
illin. Amt: ‘llll. in.|nnl'm lurwl II I’llll-v .‘nll \\'urll~. ln
‘lu- ilkpmml ul' ul “llllll‘iflh' ur nlln'rwiw. ul lIIIIIIA‘I'JII'
‘mu~~. 'm- ..np-um u: um- vineyard in m.- mum.“
Il~ll\'x‘_\' i‘ invilml l-- 1m lmporlim. nl' lhn- nrlii Iv.
S \‘ll'lll. l‘. \LIJZN.
(Nymph. July ‘2". bit. Hu' 1
‘ I)|uolutlon Notlcr.
'l‘lll-I mpul‘luvnllip lie-"lulu"; I-\i»lin;; ln-lm-un (‘i‘
11. l'nl-DW nml ('Luu linvtw i< thi~ ll.|_\' .lumlml;
by nrnlunl CUIIM‘IIL l
' (‘ll \‘K 11. |'||.l.(l\\" ‘
‘ Cl. \llli IlllEW. I
‘ l’v-rllzlnil‘ Nut 7. INN. |
‘ 'l'lu‘ indium ..r the llrm will 1.1- willed by (z li.‘
ll’illnw u! lhrir uhl rand un l‘runl ~lr¢ rt,
I'. IL PILLOW.
l‘nrllun-l. N--\‘. 7. l‘.“. lllf
1 ‘ V - I i - 7 - '
*l* Hill I revs 101 the Million ;
i _.\t the Wmhinglon Nursery! :
{Tm-I l‘Nlll-ZRSIGSED ll‘\ mluhlialn-ul ,
I a Survrry lu mnnm-liun “ill: tlw will I
,lmuvm l'ruil urnwrr-A, 11. k l‘. Ls-wrlliuu .\ ‘
in... Milwnukie. 0.1‘.. on hi! «'llilll nix
gmilv-l rust or Su-ilurmm, W. ’l‘.. for the
~ cultivation Ind sale of mun ulur‘l'ln mm "I'ol, cou
‘lnlnting of
'Al’l’LE, PEAR, PEACH, CHERRY,
E I'LI'MI}, QUINCE, CURRANTS,
I GRAPE, HOOSBERRY, kc.
.; Many of Mill treesfilll lie 11l fur lmnnplunliulr this
Rum-«m. l’un‘luN-ru will be u'rnmmmllml upnu the
same (onus ull the " Milwuukit- Nlimry." All ur
lnk-n Icrompnnled bf "190 A!“ will be promptly at
landed lu,-ml the we“ delivered free of charge at
Sleiluoom.
HUGH PATTERSON.
Wuhlngton Plains, Rem. 20, MN. 051112
I (V‘n‘. \‘ . n H . »\, rxia—J
! JUST RECEIVED I
‘PER lurk “ l'urlli," involve llrv “nml-4, lirrwerlcn
l and Imliun lnnli , whirl: In» (vil'ur low l‘ur rush. {
i lllilllltil-I .! ('O.
Alkl. Dnnmpuh buy. April Is, 1564. mr
l._v_. .~._ .- _ w. , W . ._,. _ _._._. _ __
‘ A FEW PIECES l-‘INH MEKINOEH It
‘ BARNES,
l Olympia, Jun. 13. "1.31 an
J . _,
Y , l _
. l\ e“ (um ds
l SECOND STREET, POST OFFICE BUILDING. I
IL'ST mu-ired Ind now opening Ilvnl'ntl wn.
I inrnl ul'
1 Dry Goods, Grow-rim, Clolll- ‘
lug dun, 6w"
‘ Sm-li u Frock. l‘eu. fllrk. l’rlnre Albefl.
‘ Bunnie-I mdllwr l‘.-nu.
‘ Doe Skin. l‘nnr)‘. L‘Mnlmcn‘.sullnrt lnrl molt-l
‘ :kln Imm.
5 Black Snlin. Gunman- nml l-‘nm-y l’e‘u‘
l Hula. Ludhm' llld Gentleman‘s Haul-c, Slim-s, (tul
‘ urn. Sllppen Ind (‘hlldrcn'n kiln-en of all klmln.
' A [and Wlflnfl'lfl of white, culoml, cullcu. lllrkn
rf'. check, over Ind under shirt: at price: Io uni! Ihe‘
I met. .
Alenpo Ind Merino Slnwls. thbans, Wmneln,‘
LIFO. Glove-I. Hauler? Perfumery. huh #mund Cami
In], Dried Airplu. Hrs. Sum. Com-o, eI. Candle-
Tohurn Ind . an.
All 0! whlch I Ibo lold "a low.
. 11. RCTLEDGE.
Olympia. June 9.154. 4!.
D. I. IIUIMV. QUINCY A. IIUOII
i BIGELOW 8c BROOKS,
1A TTORNEYS A 7' LA 14',‘
'x OLYMPIA. TIIUM'I‘ON COUNTY.
; Inn-moron nun-nml.
i Advice given In reg-rd to filing MIN-tion- ul Illld
,rhlmu, In all Agenda“! Town pmpeny. "um-w
In our rare, Mom“ to Wm. mmmny wl
lvmptly "tundra to «mu. In older. 15
(Nymph. Doc. 17. 1753.
. THE UNDERSIGXED mm. purvhu-ed the flock.
‘ on hand. of (.'. C. Terry. together qu| men! ur
rlvul: per Sucuus Ind Hertha-mun. have on hand‘
tun mmm-m of nerll men‘hmdhe fur the «rule.
qwhlch they um-r wfiukule Ind Rh“ II I nml] at
l vino. on cunt.
: GEORGE a CO.
; “191.1ny 24. MI. ml
‘ ALLAN, LOWE 6'. (‘o.'
: CDMHIIIION MERCHAI'I‘I,
In (‘L w nun. nu rnwcmco.
0 Allan. chl-hy O. 00.. omm City Ind I'mpqm.
H'L’tn.
" June 25. ms. «mu
l_.___ __ _... .---.. ... .. -._ _ _
,1 WATCH ES AND J EWELRY!
I s. comm Roms
wu-cn runs. a inhuman,
(Lln or n. LOI'II, I 0.)
ARES pleuun- In nunoum-Ing k Ihe «11qu of
Oregon Ind Wlnhlnmn th-l he hu permanent
-3| fiulflnifn Pom-9d, when be In prepared to n-p-Ir
m I
. "'A TCIIES AND JL‘ H'la‘Lß Y.
| G. C. R: hope: hy Mnlumntkm tn It'll-infl— and I
13‘.” ”Ii? plm. In mm s Ihm of the 111-mange uf
epu c.
1 PM! Mule.“ door In [Add & Cult. Thlnl door
‘h-low the Unlumhhn nml.
. Sept. no, ma.
i w. 'r. sAYWARD,
HAB emu-Led Null n Pen Ludlnv, h
with in I. 111. and III] Imp mum-k
I, on hand the lug-t mm o!
I P RDVISIONS.W
IAND DRYOOODB
'0 he found In Wuhlnm Ternary—and will II I!
‘ whole-ale or I'll“ 11. the lawn“ rive pm-ilnle. IWAN!
lbw-a: w'ry Inrn launch, (Elfin-er mm, wlll fur
w: ma u: on Pam ad.
I Put" lmdlow. film, IMlFl‘nyfu
._—_,__.____.~_ -Hfi ~.-.___._
I J. B. SMITH,
; A TTORNE YA 1' LA W,
rnn'a can. wluvn‘l Inn/mu,
1W1”. Mum] so my buslnm emu-mud m him In
the court'- loe Terrlu-ry or boron In Bur
vryur Gwen! 0f Unxon.
C hell A C WWI”
A. um . . . m- ,l’onl nd,o .
(‘lbllhlm'z'llm I 00.. Hull Fruahco.uuon
l [lva-q-Iwg-ssw-ewmcw
. mssownox. ‘
HE cop-mum “HI-g under um um um!
T "ll: of 1.. B. 111-um & 00.. bus "111 a. an»
lolnd y lama! con-alt. and I!» Mali-é" he
mnunned In] L. B. Hulda:- nnd AIM A. Plu inn.
under the nnme Ind mile of "ml uul l'lnmmer.
who Illlnulenpuufin WTIMWMM
L. B. Mug: It Co.
I P. W. Penyxrove wlll remlln In the oam until the
‘ buninen II lieu-led up.
I L. n. menses.
I". W. PETTYHROVE.
i A. A. PLUIHIER.
‘ Pm anmend, Feb. 10, In“. 235!
I " For Sale. ‘ ¢
' TEAIIER "F-Iry." flan-e yum old. In mn‘ 1
‘lSnlnl order. For [micullru enuim at mm: Cu. |
(on.
' ”lymph. nu. mh. mu. lm ‘
ON the wo-Kt nide of MuincAhotwnn tint. und’ur-l
oud Itn-cuuwill be found at all times uuppl'wdl
vntll thi- bent. of I
MEATS. VEHET \IILEH. nl'TTl-111. EGGS. kin, ‘
Ami in uhnrtmverythinu usually lwpt in a market.
or vuu he procured in the country uround—ull of
which will he will on I“ rx-usonuhle ternm us an be
prnrured vl-t-whcru.
in Na) pain: will he uporcd to keep I genorul rnpply an ‘ it
on . t
w. KIItTHIY. E
A. W. SAILIENT. ‘
Olympia. Jun. ‘2O. 18.15. littl‘
John G. Parker, Jl3, 1
VDHAIJCR IN— |
(J'ROI‘ERIES AN!) PROVISIONS I
”l.\'lru, W. 'l‘. 1
April 1.1. hat. :ml‘ 1
) t t Y 1
lA( JFIL HOD SL. ;
rl‘lll-Z l'NltliltSlUNl'le inning rw'ently on" tml flllll‘
littml up u llntvl in Olympia. is now purport-«l In
.i. . nunomlutu Ilunl'llt'h uxul tran-lvn “ilh prituto ‘
i-uouh. nml ntt‘orul hlh'll t-ntvrtuinnu-ul AH ht- Il’lblfl}
will lu- nlvpn'riutul lry :- liln-rnl uml disl‘riminutiug
inhlir.
l 'l‘ln- l'uritit' Home in nituutod on tho corner of )luin
‘mul l-‘ourth Strwts, whom the prnpril'tnr will. at all ‘
linu-u. take plumm- in King: honpituhle entvrtnln-,-
mfnt to his Illlt‘llfl, on as m rule tertnu us can else- '
when- be procured. l
1 WM. COCK.
l Olympia. lion-h lk, MM. 2!" ,
Elinm ol holding the District l‘ourts in ”tr
1 Territory oi \l'anliingion. ;
The following is the low passed by the.
lust Legislature, regulating the times all
,hohliug courts in the several districtsl
ithroughout the Territory : ‘
| Two tern“ of the DMrh-t court nhull lu- hold in ,
u-ul'h rouuty «Vt-3' your; cxvept thoul counties uttuch
lt‘ll to other ('oun ea (or judlrlll pnrptms.
‘ The Distrlrt t‘ourt» in and fur the voumy of Jrfir
unn uhullho held on the ttrut Monday in April and
lit-tuber: for the county of Inland, on the m-ond Mon-l
day in A tril nndttvtoln-r; for thw'ountyot\\‘hitu-om, ‘
on the third Monti-y 11l April null ()rtuher: for the I 4
county ol King. on the fourth Monduyrln Ahrll Ind
October: for therounty of Pierre on t itnt onduy l
in Muy and Not'cmhvr. [t‘hicl‘ Jnntiro l.\NDuu pro-k
ll'llllil.
Th:- Niiutrict (‘onm in and for tln- County of Thum
ton nhnll he held on the second Monday in lily Ind ‘
November: for the rounty o! Summit-h, on the thin]
Mondny in Muv unnl Noreinlwr: for the county of '
Irwin, on the fourth loud-y in May Ind November. 1:
[Jmlm- t'nus’ownil pmddingJ
The [li‘trirt t‘ourtu in And tor the count 4 nl‘ skn
mnni- uhsll ht- held on the lu-t loudly in lion-h and
September: for the county of Clurh- um- vleek um
the limo appointed for F unnnll: for the county 0!
(fowlitz. on the M'Ctlnt.‘ Tue-Mir uni-r the time up— I
[minkd {or t‘lurlm county; for the county of Pacific.
‘uuo week um‘r the time uppolnted for Cuwlitz county. ‘I
‘lJllt'K? Mt'l-‘nlmm pn-uhlnuz. ‘
‘ t
, TE TLEKALET,
”Arbor of Pan Humblr-llwl‘a Can-l, '
THE P-I'Gl-J 'l' MILL ('4).
I{.\ \'E u Hmm kw Mill» [Ill]! nml Angle «ws— ‘
uud Shingle mum” in Invention. nml Inm- on 1
hum] uud nunuOfu-turinx him “on: uni-my v-I‘ nil.»-
luml lt-uuthsml I v-upcrior quality for huih ink nml'
nhlp ling purponu. Also pilu an he'll timher. I
All enters promptly attended to M .
. J. IL'KHLIJR. ‘1
M Tablet. Wuhinkton Tq-rltory, or
A. J. I'UI'B, l
“on Flflllt‘llflh (‘nlirornim ‘
Trknlct. )Inrrh 11. hit. Wily i
‘ ''7 MOUNT VERNON N l
I t
'1‘“! outnumber hat-inn loam! t-mty mile: uhm'c ‘
the (‘mvlllz ludinu. 11. the hull of nuvigntiou on '
the (‘mvllu river. on what wu formerly known In
'lhe Client-t l’rairieJn n beautiful ruin qury.
wouldwluh hula fiomhll to 100L141} mm on
the ohm. For ‘lntunutiun. ultim- tlu Inhocriber
or C. C. Page“, Con-lit: Latin}.
'3‘!“ . L. MITCHELL.
©L'YJ‘J'JMA IBAKL’R'Y
A N D
-BE E F M A KE T I
’ Han-Idem m-nam "
1‘ Inform the pulnllv IhII Hwy IN"
‘ rnpuml In lurnlnh Ilrud. (Ila. Ind
'ie: of errr- delt-rl Mon. on runny
'lulr urrnl. fill“ "111 [-Irllts I‘uulnhed
| on the nhom-nl Ilulh'r.
I Moo Beef, Butter. E 5". l‘mnrr-Jtr.
l J. K. mum.
Nymph. firm. l, "6!. ll!
Wanted.
‘ INFORMATION If “'IIILIAI "(MIKEY
' Imlni‘lll" of Pennsylvania. When Ithl-Inl
I horn In fllnyone, In “I 111-u! IrIvIIIK Oman l‘lly
r with I culllnln)‘ wlln dvllgncd lunniu I willvlncm
‘ II Pun-t Muml. .\n_\' Infi-r-lllou unearnlml hlm
will In-llmukfully an-lu'd if uldn-wul to Ann H.
Mi-I'nmlrk. lan-k Haven, I'l.. or In Adm“! ('0!-
Pixpm. Ylnlm- Jim‘u. l'lu‘er mu! . (‘IL HIM
Mrlrunnhk In Ilnmt Ihirlleu year- of 130. blmm
hnlr Iml I'nlr I‘muph \qu.
July 2'). hid. mr
'I'IIE PUGET Mlll GO.“
HA \'l-} NI I-x‘elh 111. nnglne lathe. 111 22 In. Iwlmr I
in optnllinn. uu-lcr I'lmrm- «I In I'Kll'l'll'lll'hl 1
mII'IIIm-N Ind engine-er, I'hu wlllexu'uu- unmmin‘
hi: line. In I Hull‘liol’ style Ind InIvII. with dI-plk-h. I
——Al.so— T
"lulu-mum" Ind Shlp-mllhlnp. by I good nu-j
chlnlr. dun”; nhon uotlre. A“? w I
‘ J‘ l'. K AER. Annt. I
TH-Lalel. W. T. [I
A apply at l‘mvlnixmn, I‘lothlnp. Bow- Ind shun ‘
Dry om. lluniwnrr, Nam. noun. Wlndow (maul
Jr... cunmmly 111 [and In] "no Pug". “11l ('O. II Tor'
kIM. Ilmd'n Clnll, Intern I III: plu‘r IIdIIIII
!‘rlurhu-u reveal vent-II In runnlnx Rpm-Iy. -
Mmh 14. um. 32:! |
Drugs & Medlcmcs. I
l
T" E unlm'flher leng Inflated It Mule. Klng (‘u..'
\\'. T.. llkc-I (Mu nppflflnnlly l 0 Infil'll “Io ('lll
leun or the Territory. lhll he hu opened Incl «Iren- for,
file Ihe Inn-It rmnlplrlr Miner". 01 GENUINE
DIH'UH AND 111-2 "UNIS In It faund In em own-I
tr ‘.
’l’em-n- In mt nf anon medklnel. wlll do will In
all on him. It the flank- Dru 51am. earner nlllln
Inn! (70191 me Strut-Junk. OWN-Imu
mauled In. HORAC l 0 ..
Seattle, W. 'l'.. II)‘ M, IR“. Gilli.
Something New nn' Oregon.
8. J. IcCORIICK
Hu In pren- Ind wlll My mum: ‘
A N ALMANAC FOR. 1855!‘
(‘ulrululed In! tho Mthn 0! Once Ind Wuh
innun Terrlmrlen. Ind conulnln. n bk unwe
n-lnllnz In the ¥rlnrlle not-mien, (Mn, um Ind
rllllgfl In mu: rmum ‘
1' ICE. In unla- flfl—‘l I dun—JD I [ln-I.
‘r .\ limited III: at “veranda-u II" In,
Inn-fled It fllr mu. ,
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE.
Front We“. Portllld. l
Aug. 23. I‘sl. 52"
\VOODI‘OiD C. Hob-Al. V
COMMISSION MEIEIIMIT O SHIPPING AGENT.
VIII rloor nml Il'lunlo.
M). 88 Slum lento Strut,
“Arch 1, lflél. If.“ RAN FRANCISCO.
Cablnet Shop. a.
[FURNITURE of nrlmu klndl had con- \
mufv on hlnd,lnd olden II ed It \
rho“ M w. 4
A VIrIeI 0! work mule of hquufnl I
curled mlrfi: now In Incline-11. The 1"” I
”In 3"! th Ind vh-Innyl m ream II
n m .
y “u ....1 mm m A. .'.”)n‘ILL. ‘
‘ mymph. .\prll 2". ma. am
! M. “Ime a. 00.,
'. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boot: and 811000,:
I "an. up... Groceries. karry Wan, ’
I am. an.
(H; mpiu, W. T.. San anciuco, Cu]. .
x. Im‘wun. v. nun-run. A. "Ann.
1 Arm '.".5. 15.14. 3311'
I L.\ FA Y HTTP} HALO", 1
, 83 E8!03[B Aa? ‘E’ 9
I ETHILAL'UOM. WASHINGTON TERRITORY.
i 0.1.1553. at! -4- _ 1
‘ GEORGE L. STORY,
1 98393338899
‘ DENNISON'S HIYIIJHNU. FRONT STREET.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
. Der. 3, 1H53.
‘ ('. 11. MASON,
1 ATTOESEIZI‘EATE£W, |
OLYMPIA, W. 'l'.
‘ DOCTOR L. C. BROY, '
Trench Physician and Surgeon.
I ()l-‘l-‘lt'E—J‘om-I. \sn HOSPITAL. Fuox-r S-nunrr. l
f. ,__ , l’nfllfljlfth‘l‘ptlll. M» ,- ~
1 “L 11. “'ALLACE,
. AWE‘DREYIBE Aifl “AW;
y HTI‘ZILACOUM, W. I‘.
Nn\'- 5. “5.1. :nr
‘7 (:Homm GALLAGHER.
. DEALER IN STDVI'B. IIARILWAIU‘I. TIN-“'ARE,
‘ AGRICULTURAL IMI’LEMFTNTB, ta,
nu'nu'u, w. I'.
I Nov. 6, M 53. 9!!
u I ‘9 V, ‘ N
I m m s wmm
FOR
ISTELJ (‘oo.‘l, SEATTLE, PORT
' L I'DL‘O I'l', ['OR 7' T 0 WZVSELVD,
I HELL/37311.13! BA Y,
I VICTORIA,
I AND ALL INTERMEDIATE TO‘KVSI
IIWILLIHHP \Tf‘ll mynextElpm ”r _
r] fur Illa Ibuve plnfcs on Homily Ii '_' _ I'}!
men. Sept. 25th. A! no rim-k. A. x.. by Vii!-
‘tlu- h"! ullinz mummy-hip .'. .- ,A 4'
MAJOR TOMPKINS ‘

‘ JAR. M. HUNT. Esq'u Command".
'1" flmrge of IIIV mzulur lmnnr an the tank.
I lam-n, l'm-qulru. I'II’I‘QII Ind Truman MMI'M
unlil lull‘ 111-AK 7 o'rlurk. '
Imm a! “'llliunx‘ Hurt. . ‘
. A. B. STI'ART.
u.A.BARxEs i
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL DEALER IN DI" MODS.I
G IIIIL‘EIIH‘E, PROVISIONS. HARDWARE, la. ‘
1 OLYI'M, w. I'.
.‘ Sum. 10, ms. ‘
Ii Evans k. Ebcy, ‘
; ATTORNEYS A T LA W. ‘
Oflh‘ek "lymph nml I'm Tut-lend. W. I'.
11. N. Enrv. Pun I ’I-nJroun Bum.
ITowIN-n-l. \x'. 'l‘.) q Olympih W. T.
. Aug. 12. Inf-l. 4m!
3 I . . ~ . . .
: Lmtcd butt-s mall Lme! '
‘ Tut-Imam" “ MAJOR TOIPKINIJ." Jinn l.
Iluul, l‘mummnler. will l‘ulllllellce her ml;
’llrlpu In the Sand hy Inning Oly-ph on
‘ MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,
'l.t R "flock A. XL, currylng Stu-WI 51$“. tom-b-
In: II sulhooom. MN. m. Pan mile. M
Ludlow. Pun Tut-maul. Pann'n Con, new
‘ II“ nml \‘lvlorh.
The Impnklnn llu "all“ neon-ob
than-for lu,-“lawn mph!" Ink»
lnl: my wn.-Linn o! mnhuullu or “00%“
furtnry price».
For (umber lnfomtlnn. lnqnln an In“ a 1.
Mn M John 0. Parka-Jr.
JOHN H. RCBUTOK.
1 01mph, fiept. 1:. IS“. 2:!
3 FOR 8A LE,
. “Hm «I Mean, Info Ind In In. mam“.—
.lpply to (l. P. Wh mmh. Ulymph. or Juli!
\‘nnlln on unwell; Pnlrk.
()lympllJnne 0. IMO—MO
ET“ usurmswxmwm h- a.
‘ h‘nnulwlrh [ulna-h. hm owned at fill
Mon. mum l'mnmly «erupted by (I. A.
lltnrm-a on Pint «mt. (Dlm‘gl. thr fol
‘lu‘iuu uni-1e: dcaipwd (or apply of
:lhanclehne‘nennyli‘ 63-h": MM
II I nil lu. y ,
l limo ll lud‘ln Linn. , .
l 3000 ll: Ilawliln (MM.
. mo pullou- Hum-n lulu-m In numb.
‘ ”00 rill-ms Tori-t! Svnp.
’ 1000 lu- Hunt In lulhnrn-h nml hunk.
I mm "In wnN null,
I mull ll» Sunbeam! Hm.
! mm [ln cxlm th'ln lobarru. In 11 II when.
1 M" II» 'I'IIII-w Vandal. In 15 3 box",
1 'lO 30:. [mu-n Ilmll'n My.
‘ 75 01. In!" Gin.
‘ N fuilun- Spirit: anpeutlno. |I 0 [Allan flu.
‘ ll?) nun [III-l.
i N 9 palm bury pun“. ‘
l 25 dnl. luollng 3W.
l W) imlwavvlmglnn.
1 All orvhlrh :6" he soul-quanti- to.“ put
lchucnu nn nylon-bk (er-u.
mm C. ALLIX.
l ()lyupln. Inn-h u. mu. m
‘ _ . . ,_
| FRUIT TREES.
I MKL'WA'OKII 30383311.
l H. 11. [-1. LUELLING. PROPRIEI'OIE.
IWEIIIW Manual-oral luv-[What fin“.
; unl we Ind hula and law-r In and my
In the rum: Hutu. “’9 hr: "only (alluded our
INumry by Ou- In‘mdurumn of Inn, new nml.- a!
. Apple». l‘c-nn. Plum. Pun-h!- tr.. ire-ch) I "do
Iyn! Nomad Multan. .Iyd filth
"Tisha-Nam mama? Wain“?
om our nu In- em, I.
burn Immme‘wy: 1.0 All“
Mum'- llu'iol can-Iv. Ilk- M all 1.-
lem; one I! Ir. Knnn‘l. Knm'n Bub Llln «any;
m an... .10.,» Kala-y’- neu Hurrah-1.)“
manly.
Inch 11. ls“.
l m 3n: on ma.
GOOD Bluklnm! In“ Cm hou-
A fluvial-n. fluid mm In I a. (111 N
loam-m In lhle Eula-u. and an In ”I n a I
‘ I l . A
l “'3‘ n w“V us. nnox. .
3 up," Swim. Sept. a. mu. m }
... v, ~ -,-,._,,..._.._-l
i SAMUEL not”, 1
l
mum, 1
I 01. YMI’IA, IV. I'.
Wlll mom! to I" ardu- (ur the blind Dum‘
2"]: uKENFSsm, Ind I“ «WI-MI collected ‘
I m.
Ilmnu urer the COMM Shop 0! D. C. My.
In] 13. Msl. 361!
.4‘ y 7“...» «w VW l
! ()owlltz River Notice.
‘ E underlined will In u up!" In at cm...
I up um dawn an (‘nwllu fiver. mM- IN
nkr and Monticello” ‘h Irrlnlof "no men
‘fmlu Ran hind-on and om. And mu IN
‘Cuvllu Lnndlnp M mm with a. mm m
u tho mull of up 00th.. Ah) m uny
rendy. lhne ennui mbu lull-9|. and null
nrcnmpuny the «Mn Input. M! I“ HIM
m null the limcl.
WILL“! sumo-‘7!- .
Innin. June 3" [fill NH
v * “
I WASHII‘GTON HOTEL
‘ (TN! LON! rm: nun n: non.)
CORNER or mm AND SECOND 3m
l - OLYMPIA ,W. I‘.
I CURL!!! (E EIIIGN. l‘ropflgm.‘
'TIIF. proprll'lors of thin hotel hlvl
Just completed I large Iddlt
» building for bed rooms, parlor”. hr”
Cllfil‘vl)‘ ovnrllauld. renovated Ind
lnnml Hm dining, Mr and bed room .
Hu- old oruhliuhmen‘, sud alum lup lid 3.
with all nvmury furnilumJnd entYrdy my
Ind hodding. Irv now prepmd to OK" mi no“
nlmluliooslothe public in [men], Ind the M
wmmnml‘ln uli In , In ' ll '4
”larva; (0,112,“ :24.» mm - um .
e r Iri Ill‘l abe In Bed 'lth h
Wines. Ll: um um gig-n. Jsl. the whet .‘.
A good but la numbed to 3h: um.
mny mu! unind um ulmln lea fa our can
(In M well u then-elven. -
A Ilium or the pubHL' [wrongd- m ctln
licked, u it slull ever be an! mm: 5:. In!“
A" u cmnfurtahle an Nlble. . ,
Uur motto—Elem Em, nml Wm loom. .
I‘ORIJHS a Exam.
, Olympia. ham 9 13544 mt
. - 4 A- - -—~—‘-_"'lu
r ) “V
BROWN S NURSERY ~
0N PUGET SOUND, TWO MIL“
BELOW OLYMPIA. ,in
' GOOD nu l u! grinned heel HIM
I A ble fur lhepugrfilhnrdgmbnclng twenty
six klnd- of Apple nml Peach. an now
read far mutt-t.
Ala-,1: lmn- quantlly of needllmr. of ‘
chm ytm xmwlh, 111 of whlch wil be
non-lilo terms. a
.\llonl--ru ucrmnluniedhy the rub prom
Illlllll'él nunnd trees tom-rded to my pm
54» n . .21
l 2|»... 1| Mof budded rmh mu Im- a. war,
lelle, to lu,- nuld on commlunlun. '
B P. W‘
I flmyhfim. 27._1m. w . ‘i‘
I no!“ mum. cnuu "I“;i
THOMAS LAMBERT & (30., :"
WASHINGTON STREET, ‘5
nun-Isms nrrnv up “non. 1""
(1 man I. (‘nmmlnlon llen‘mh w
I I Plovlulunn. Tobacco uJ Benn ‘
Cutler» (rm-hry um Gh- 'l'..—w “In
Hmltry. Rlnen Ind Gum, SOIMI Ind 11l
mm numu. m the rum son-a man, hm
which will b‘loud very Index-u. j.“
Sm Famine, Jeb. 10. 11363. .‘
._.______——__———M
HENRY JOENSOH I. 00“:
IMPORTERS AND MERLE
’ us. Wuhlnmnm Sued. mt lan M
Eu ruxrm-n, nuyon‘u. ,: ‘ :
Orr“: for an». {rt mh, u an lowa.
wlnolmle prlru. I large Ind well I.
W Mun-m of Rut hulk. In!”
‘nean nml Burr-peak Urn" 11111 Health“ -
Fn-nrh. Englhh uul Amerh-ln ('homlclla '
In! I“ kinda: and AIM. In "tonal" ‘ "
mery. Fur-y Ankh-u. Fury lie-pi.
‘lnd Ullx. Il’o sum. LII-9b. Window
‘Bronu-p. 'lrumu. Inch". Ninth-II '
‘ Dmuhm' (Ll-lure. Hm' Goat.
uni noon, tn. mum wllh only add
§ln the Mm k of I llnlwn or Phyuklu. l
l H. J. 4; C 0..." Ihe mflefim'w“
lrw Dr. J-ync'. Flu-ll] duel. Gold'-
«1M ’l‘ownnenl‘: Hananlfla. loll“ All
Iron, Dulu' Plln Klller. Como.- ' -
”to. - 1M
L Henry John-on 8 Co.. lan I“. *
'mcnlr In Now Yuri, Huston Ind Fl:
ion-No them In punk-s Mr “I d
numuauymmuumu
,llln lune. [our-luv. and“ III» I.
. ‘ hut mull” o! [no a. ’ .
July 1:. [MS—Ally. ”gilt:
anchor: 1.. _ . .
.
DENSON‘S BUILDIIB. mu o.
: ”SKEW, 0
’ Orm n- wuomuxtmuuhfi'
lovlng nuclei: . ~ «
135$:ng mm; @3ch
I Hungarian-sprain; boon-MSW o:
I‘ no dogs. PJ‘M' filglhl '-
r 15 lunchm' «in; 75 living“?
P so “Joy-0': Expu- MOI! w
"M ' l
20 nun-l. Allen- when,”
' fl": Inn
40 ‘1 Hahn} I'hnk ”b 3'
mum; um.
I a F huge Plflr a: ‘.
I A
so ~ Mm”. =r aw?
- z .‘.-:7” 1” ...; I:
' u “ New. all bu “to. ‘
Llama-It : A ! bib -
fl " Dr. I‘Mk'u I” w '
. Von-"hr; 50th ‘
lu~muou _ mam , -,
- u u lulu-do; 100 “F
'I an "mums-I: annals-Ins ~ mg;
‘ I', .. “nu“? DMI‘ :mg’hu,“
" A r‘l . pod» ‘ ~ ,l
I to me' M lit-5% in:
'1 Klllu: mt! s'?
l I)" no- m oath : s'o “I: 1
'0 can My. Imp: o’s.
ii; “ [Amou ”'32:; Iglhl’l‘ “ '.~
3 “ W :
Imlhllo Jam-i: u:m.dl .
"2°°”°“"l.:.‘ '3; . *»
0 “ 'c In: ' r'-
‘ lawman“: _',
rmmomu.. M.
[2OO lb- l’luyl .0 II- no. m.
MINIWVM'I“; M.“ 'o'; n
1‘ " a»: “a“. a: '
m .l .
laundruumv‘; '4»: x '
I 10. In: and“ Olln . m ‘
I soumwonm a 00.,4' ‘
vacuum urn-I, moo-“W
an: runolsco. cm. A“
Inmmns a mu u A“ Inn-q
(Mk .lcfi ‘
n.- “'3 m Inn—mommy: -
SA W MILL mom: can 1:-
Hml’om:2?nln’l'oub; '.'\ v 3
1 WWW...- uu w-I .'.-u”
u Ihe HAN-In In. ,
f o.uu.umum.o- ‘3‘
IM mun-l by 111-b A- v‘
nob. Aha h- n- ”, I H
m. lfluh. , , ‘
Du m. Ag. I. M "I
___.______._._-——.-~‘
In sun and low M“
W In an... 1»... '
A’l-fu. om.lcufl u u M .
mu cl ‘_
11.4111; WARE, 012003311! .
urn-5.011311)": m uwo‘. 3
Among which m Nils. Hm. ’ a
.MWlMEL‘famm'
21:»... mm... ”mm... II
It Ila-Lamb pb‘ul. “1%.." nun-u 0‘
“14.... amp. w.Wn.u:mfiE:§
Sun-h. Email. it" Who [ln-cl. h
Dov-man. Wine-And [hau- In.”
flmflmfitkuhya
m.m.aé. in uninco
l‘fluuiPP' ”BAKE-...”..-
iolo-u I. nun. an mun—
ENSIGN l STIRLIKG"
53W 88W
c._.| m Mal-Q
'o'" sh nfiufla’éruwouu. o
m 0.... 1....“ man--
.wmnluhmud “mum-1»... ‘
l R.- Fmrlm Sept 35. ms.
_ a. 0. WA mun,
nun: Ix
Produce and Incl-lulu.
corn-n um, I. v.
armor-MM. ms. 4!.

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