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Messrs R. R. Thompson .1: (50., of the
Dulles, are building a new boat to supply
“1. loss of the Umatifla, which went over
me Cascades, and has since been brought
mend to run on Fruer river.
/ Two brothers nemed Roberts, and six
others, were recently robbed of all their
animals and provisions, four days‘ travel
from While-walla, whilst en route for Fre
ur river.
The editor of the Oregonian and n smell
purty from Portlend had recently returned‘
from the Des Chutes river and tributeriel,l
whither they repaired to prospect for, buti
found no indie-tious of gold. {
The uolcd chief Stock Whitley, of the;
Des Chutes Indiana, has been arrested endl‘
put in confinement at the Dulles for shoot
ing a miner. We understand the evidence;
is strong Iguinet him 1
Freon Wants-wurs—«Coxu Wmcn-r’si
Column—Col. Wright having established
a fortified camp at the junction of the Tu
cunnon with Snake river, for o depot of
supply, and to cover and control the ferry
of the latter river, expects to nuke the
crossing and be ready for u forward move
ment by the 25th lust.
It is said the hostiles are in force on the
Falcons, sud oleo at A point several days
beyond, awaiting the advance of the troops
and ready to fight. Meanwhile they have
fired the grnss in front of the troops, and
letters from the camp represent the whole
country north of Snake river, us for as tho
eye can see, as in flames—" a lake of fire."
This will mike this campaign one of great
nrdor und suffering, and indicate: it lierce
resolution on the port of the Indians to
measure strength and hostile resonrcesl
with us ; and present indications are of n:
character to induce the belief that the
combination: of hostile tribes is stronger
even than was at first supposed. The
hope now is, thnt blinded by strength of
numbers and inflated by the success of May
Int, these savsges may be actually em
boldened to mske s stand on the Polouse,
and there join issue with COl. Wright end
his well appointed commend—Oregonian,
Aug. 28. 1 .
_. _V _ *e ._ _.. ~_
, / Wmnnr'n lsusn. Aug. 15, IfiSR. I
7% the Editor Homer and Democrat :
Dun Sm—A nhort time ago I addressed a note to
5:1: for publication in iel'citnca to tho charge or hin
riug and obstructing the payment of the war debt.
that was made against me. and no aecretly and ludua
trlously circulated thmnxhuut the center and south
era portioun of the Territory. At the time I wrote i
knew but little about the operatinna that were in ‘
flow Since then I have learned mum of the par
u of that aingular invention. And aa 1 am
oonatantiy heing inquired 0! by my Irienda if it In l
[no-thin that I have endeavored to hinder or ohntruct ‘
the payment of the war debt, I have thought it dne to ‘
. them and myaelf to give them the fullaat Insurance
thntl had done nothing of the kind. Now that the
end: of these fabrications have been aooompliahed. I ‘
can have no mot-re but to not myeelf right with my
fellow-citizens. The only peraou to whom l have I
wnltten. at or about Waihinztou, lathe Attorney Geu- i
"I - i
The oircuinataooaa under which I wrote to the
Attorney General were the following: When it wan ’
understood in my diatrlct that my commie-ion lan ;
about to expire. ond that Itepe had been taken at
Olympia to have my nocoeswr unpainted, the people
of my dial-riot llmediatnly got up petitionn eating my
nappointmnnt. Some 0 them, indeed most at than,
rem-tented against the appointment of my nucoeaa
or. Then- petlfinna were not circulated n all the
remote nattiemenla. and yet they contained the aim
hiren of more than aevou-eightha of all the votern of
.my diatrlct. Under these cn-i-umatnncea, i thought it
my duty to apply for the ofllce. I felt grateful furl
tha :Opk'l lorhearauee and Indulgence in my feeble
elo to nerve them In thin hlfih and Rlponnihle po
nltiun; and more npedaliy aa knew that ever since
the anpleaaant matter: nriaing out of martini law,
then wan an active and wall orgaulned iorre, sustain
ed hy immense patronage. permeating all parts of my
diatrict. and by the active nnd conatant circulnilon of
\ol miqroprnncntitluu and falsehood. WM endunvnring
to excite prejudice egalnet me. While a judge in
cnnatautly giving declniunl upon quontiona in which
parties are «only interested and excited. he mutt uf
nneeanity alway; decide against one of the panic-I;
and even ll he a ould always decide correctly. (a lhln‘v
In to he hoped for), con d not give univenal satin-l
Mom—no that all that ajudge can hope for in credit!
for good intentions. and a desire to do an out right'
\II he oan. It in. therefore. not difllcnlt [or designing
Inn. by mean at refreanntauoua. to aroma anjlldk‘.
againnt a jodga. her all thene ellortn excite
mum aluat me, not handed with their eilorta
in my Eldriot. but poem” thin mania, eniemrien
Io Montana poulta nide the'l‘arri ry. it waa
seminal gratifying to me, under the circumtauoea,
liud tha my diatriot waano much inclined to nun
taiu me. Some of the fitiuona forwarded In my be
half W the exclt g pointa on which our dale
gate and mynaif dllbrnd: and in my letter to the At
torney General I made each expianationa aa occurred
to me, together with namne for the “DUI I entertain
ed without calling in question the moilvea of our.
dnieg‘ate, hut “pro-in; my wishe- and hopea that he :
all; he nomi‘hl in obtaining from Congm all
that wa- ao Juatly due on. No referenoe would have
been made In thean nnplnauet mattera had they not
been disco-din thantition n. l kept no wfy‘of
thia letter. but an It in only oorraapondeuve ve.
had at Waahin‘m oily, It malt have been the funn
dntlon 91th.. wanany foundation) from which thin
wonder ui matter waa manufactured. l have not
written tojudgn Land" or a“? other per-non at Waah
lnm. ainoe the alectioa oor prnaent delgate.
than the Attorney General. and lwould be gl In
dead if name one that ha- lhown auoh heroeneaa on.
Iny track. andthat known how much I have "ob-
Inated the payment ofthe war debt." would‘rnl-iiah
that letter, that the good mould aee an JIM]!
for them-elven how much I injured their proa
peetn. If the letter had any Influence at all, (andl
nulppone It would be Ilmply ridiculous to nuppona that
a otter onother midnotn would have any. and only
referring to the war debt to exprena a hope that I
would he paid). it would he in favor of its payment.
I have been teidthat the petition against judge
lhnder and myaelf verdronented that we were not
democrat. With ran to anynelf. lam willing to
confe- that I am not a democrat according to the
m m lam not a Steven- democnt. nor a Miller
era Strong democrat. but 1 an amply a duncorat
without any prefix. I am alao told tha the petitinn
atated that we did not act with the democrat: in the
election of 1857. Thin ia fable. I only Ipcah for In -
aelf. ln circulating this petition, it wan frequently
firmly 1')? omitting my name. no that it had the
ca hell! epinnt Lander onl . Bone or
my frlauda have told me that they aiguellt, lmnlinfl
(a thing not uncommon) entire'Hlto the reading of it
hythe pawn circulating It. In. Mr. Editor, is aa
cine a atalement an I can make. and yet it la pro
ix. lam norry to be under the naoannity of apeahlng
on a anhieet on which IAOOD enya " all people are do}
quant"—ooa'n aeif. It can only he Juatilled hy thatl
gloat law of anthra—eeif-protection. Your. truly, g
\ F. A. CHEYOWETH. ‘
I H- The weathel; Er lho past. few weeks
llu been delightful—wean, pleasant and
perfectly clear, for non of the time. The
harvest which this year he been In nbund-
Int one, but been gnthered with lime or
no lou—notwithstnnding the continued
rains and forbidding weather which ensued:
ht ‘ho only put of the harven season. ‘
, ~-- -«.—~ ~--—— i
The Victor! Gait“! any: thnt n cannidenblumonnl'
dllquor mu nailed on bond the Ilenmer IVUIO'I G.‘
"ml. Adveflhtd for (-‘ruer river. [tucked in min Ind
Inked “ham." The liquor wu taken in churn M,
the Canon: Hausa omc'uls. end we pmume It will h'e‘
ffllflnutcd. I
Burning of the Sea Bird ! l
‘ THE VESSEL A TOTAL WRECK ll ‘
_ _..___7-__ _ 1
NO I.lm LOST 3 I
One Pulenger Injured!
‘ The steamers“: Bird. whichleft tlnlu'port um
‘mormng for Fort Langley. took the nbont ls miles
out, and m noon burnt to the wnler's edge.
‘ The tire broke out ln the fore hold near the end 0!
_ the bollemmd [ruined such immediate and rnpld held
wny that all hope of avian berm hum thelirst
’nhnndoned. She was run ashore on the rocks. and
all the passenger: were lendvd safely exrept Mr.
'Urick, who, in attempting to get Nmre. fell and run
lbudlylujured. .
l The vessel end mun ere 3 total loss. None of the
jhnunge of the passengers (uhout tn in number) was
waved. as they burelyeecnped with whnt clothing, .hc,
they hed on thelr person.
It is expected thnt the "Van G. Hun! will bring
‘up the passenger. {mm the ill-fated vessel. In her
cuune lny within two mile: of when: the wrcrk lien.
lfthc Hunt doc: not Irrlve here by I o'clock. the Ut-l
trr will hedilpeu'hed for the pannengemr—l'idarml
l Guam. ball. 7%. '
‘ » - we. »
Drowned. I
On the lth inst. n report rencherl this place thnt
the body of n rnnn. unpposed to have been drowned.
ha been found on the rnnrgln of: small etrenm nur
Prlent‘u Polnt, n uhort dlntance below thh place. On
recelpt of thle Intelllgence, Ir. A. J. BALDWIN,
county Coroner. at once enmmoned n jury. nnd
promptly rep-ind to the rpm, where,on enmlnatlon,
the jury {Mind the followlng verdlvt. The deceued
had, on hla pennn, .520. He was supposed to lm'e
‘been drowned an the 2d instant:
The nnrlerxigned lnvln: been summoned to hold
an im‘nut on the body of l min {mind druwncd nenr
Priest 1 Point. find, from the evidence ndduced, end
from pemonll observation, that thin in the lmdy or
EDWARD O‘CONNOR, I native of Ireland. nixed
in Illinois, and law of Cxilirornia. about ”your: old;
Ind that aid O'Connor ume to his death by being
Incidentally drowned while trying to {ord or «mg! n
small strewn nnr Priest‘s Point, on hll way from
Olympln to the pllce of hi» encampment. l
A. FRANKEL.
.l. WALNAVEN,
W. J. O'SilHUllllNl-ZSSY.
LEWIS liNSlllN,
S. N. WOODRUFF.
.l. J. “'HSI'BIKOOK.
Olymph. Sept. 0, 1858.
7 m 7 -w
-“roar—Capt. Mun-ix, o! the sloop Dig Jinn, will
newpt our thank. for I can 0! the Victoria (indie
ind Extn of the 7th lnst. Prlnten end odltnrn dnly
Appreciate Inch (nun. Mn, he‘d wind: had aqunllu
never trouble the Cnphln or Impede the progren of
Mn cnn.
q——————! ,
M ARR IED,
0n Thnmhy "snug lut, It the realdence of MI
lather, by the new. .F. Whltwmth. Mr. RUFUS
WILLARD tn Mlu SARAH J. FLETCHER, both of
Olympll.
We tender onr polite-t think: to the happy cup].
for the lnviutinn which wu so finer-ll] extended to
he mount on this importlnt ucculon. The bride will
accept thmh (Ilnccn ones) for I nlice of thnt mm
nioth end dellclmu an, Ind receive our pic-u w
suds. To the young nun, who he thus been wil
lingly mught Ind caged. Ind wha in now
“ subject to mothoh' will, Ind unnot Ipuk
Nor do, without pennluion than: her."
‘Wc extend our syrup-thy; Ind, being on the an of
‘lrll Alepmun (or the “ [lnd of the blur-ed." It only re
mliln for 111 20 john In our wish wlth the rumble
bride. sud Md Nun " Enroll, Rut-I. whom my
ml doth love." nod I pleura! Journey. In] your
proporflou navel grow ha. I
am gunmimnu. '
100 i
PACK SADDL ES 1
FOR SALE AT I
WRIGHT’S
‘SABDLE 55 HARNESS ;
MANUFACTORY. I
o L Y II P I A.
i - .
; ALEOQ
1 RIDING SADDLES;
1 PLOW. THAI AND BUGGY BARNES:
1 CALIFORNIA SADDLE TREES;
‘SADDLE BAGS AND WALLETS ;
‘ WHIP STOCKS AND LASHES ;
RIDING, TEAM a BUGGY WHIPS ;
IIALTERS, RIDING BRIDLES AND
MARTINGALES ;
BRASS AND SILVER PLATED
, SPURS;
t Kmfocx AND BENT STIRRUPS ;
ECURRY COMBS, HORSE CARDS.
! AND BRUSHES ;
Y PLOW AND STAGE CHAINS; ‘
~RIDING BRIDI.E BITS a BUCKLES;-
REIN AND BREAST SNAPS ; !
‘HARNESS BITS AND BUCKLES J
iBREECHING RINGS AND LOOPS -!
! HOOKS AND TERRBTS ; E
:1 PLOW AND TEAM NAMES; “
I &c., km, kc. 3m42
IOLYiIPIA MABKF’I‘
- l A
l
I, O'SIIAU GIINESS) & 00.,
‘ Proprietoro.
TI": UNDERSIGNHI) HAVING
[awed the no" known tidahlish
mcnt fvrun‘rly occupm‘d by Hun] A:
Wrcd, will continue In 'lll'lll‘ll the
public wlth every thing "wally kept
I“ I well n-nnlulml market. l-‘urmrn and other! hav
ing Produce for mlc, nra solicited to give IN I call.
()‘SUAUUHNEKRY & ('U.
01ympia.$(‘pt.0l.lh5fi. M 2433
Registrar’s and Receiver: Nance
‘I‘O SETI'IJ-ZIIS ON THE PUBLIC LANDS ‘
1:: Township 21 North of lhugo l Emit, ;
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Notiro is hereby given thnt the time in which not.
llcrl in the luregulnf wwnshlfils nre ”(lull-ed to file
auntie-lions ronm‘ct In: their c airm- wllln§ovcmmam
Illh'e{l, ll exmndcd to the I-‘lllzl'l‘ DA OF NO
VHM "-211 next. .
WM. A. BTRICKLER, Raglan,
S. GARI-‘ll‘iLDE. Run‘ur.
8epi.6,155.‘1. hr”
‘1 6
Doors and Windows,
1 Ex Ship “ Leonora.”
SIZES DOORS, 2-6 x 6-6,
24? x M.
2le x 6-10,
3 x 7.
Mo WINDOWS.
9-12 “
\t‘y mm ..
10-16 “
‘ 10-15 “
10-lfi "
12-16 “
For «in by FOWLER a CO.
Pan. Town-end. Ang.23, 18.58. m:
- s 1
FOl ae.
I WILL SELL HY FARM 0N WHIDBY'B ISLAXI‘.
Washington Territory. cnnulnlul’ three hundred
Ind twenty aura) of lint rate land, nbuut eixha lore:
of whit-b ix prnlrlo. And fluféy lona of rich Al r bot
tom, Ind the balsam: go tlmhor land. There In
two uplandld npringq of Inter on this plrw. To I
remn dulrinzl ch, productive and well liunted
arm in thin section of country. I think they could not
do belier than to purchlfie this place. u I an cloning
My my amiin prcpnnwry tn inning for the minea.
For further funiculars, inTlin of Mr. N. D. Hill,
of Whldby's ls md, or mysei nu magi-unites.
BENR ICCLUBG.
Whldby'l Man-l. Aug. N, 15.58. A“!
Judlclal Notice.
THE FALL TERM OF THE DISTRICT COURT
of ihe l-‘ini Judicial District. W. 1., will he held
n Vnnconver, In tha oouniy of Club. on Hold”
thc 4th day 0! Dual» .A. .. 1868, Hon. 0. B. lo-
FAnnu, (,liid Justlccgpreddinfi.
W . KELLY, Clerk.
Vancouver. W. 11. Aug. 16. 1858. m 1
NOTICE. .
THIS LB I‘o NOTII‘Y ALL PM!“ THAT I?
win Osmiina [ln left my bed uni board. thing
uny m'y prorcny, Ind ll now boarded by I]. b. Tib
lnlla. o the ‘lonur llolnl, Pan Turn-ad. Tbll in
lo wlru all person: 33mm harboring or Inna-g lnr
on my «count. u I will pull, no bills contacted Ia
her: and uli {emu hm» us Mr will In dash I!
according w 3!.
JACOB HANS.
l Pan Towulcnd.Aug.l3.lßsß. m 1
1 B. I". DENNISON,
l
1 AGGQBW 63‘? MW;
. WHATCOM. W. 1..
“VXLL ATTEND T 0 PROFMIONAL BUSI
‘ mm in nil the mm of Wuhlnnon Territory.
w Hopi. 3. 1856. 41
DALY’S
V ALLEY W lllSllY.
‘WE am I'o CALL THE ATTENTION 0F
Duleru, I. well u Comm.” 111-following
(Semantic: o! well known Chill-u, who Inn u-
Ilyu
DAL Y‘S AROMA TIC PALLE Y
WHISK Y. _
The Inn mafia}: punk." I- c alum '
(ammo: um the and. you.“ 11l “. horn
chimed for It.
'WI. NINE”. a 00..
Bob Axum.
aw Ana ‘1 ,32 Solute! find, ‘\
Doctor; m Apr“ 11.1355. ; ‘
Wu. H. DALY. New York :
Dear Sir—l hue undo I Che-la! Andi-hot your ‘
"‘ AROMAZI'xABLLfVmMfl and lan ‘
I an. In. a . I. u~
‘35“; “31' ‘3 hill-“Talu- 1““
‘ or n c u
CELEB 1‘?) “3011.111.
‘ m Alum.
N" You. Ag!“ 19. 1868.
[luv- “34".“ I unfil- o! "D 1.}"8 Ano-
MA TIC V LLEY W IBKY.” 'ud Ind luau
3 pure mlcle. of In flavor, and VIM 11, “In. 1
Hon mixture. ;
JAI. B. CHILTON. I. D.. Ola-H. I
W]. H. DALI. F‘q. : 1
MSW-Your“ A R OMA TIC VALLE 7|
WHISK Y" IlmlM.llullߣlolllN tun-I
Punting: n to In I pug;rfleh. calmly-n."
mm | nun. lured Io .
JAIN J. HAW
Daly’s Aromatic Valley Whig
I. Fm up In «not containing omm Bonk
ar ml: by All the pdndpll Liquor Hon-I In In
Punch». 3-“
CA UTION. .
“IY WIFE IAnY JANE HA3 LEFT IIY BID
Ind bOII‘d wnhmn un Jun rune or plum:
I therefore turbid my body truth; her ot holding
her on my mum. u I will pay no dau- of M an
erecting.
B. I. SPINNING.
August 26. 1558. sue
‘_‘,___‘__...A _. ._AA__ _, _, _.
} Just Received,
i EX SCHOONER L‘ P. FOSTER, §
, 0n Consignment, I
i 75 BAlllH-TIS 'SANDWICH “LAND BEER]
I SYRUP, MOLASSI'B Ind HUGAR. {of ale
low. by FOWLER a CO.
| Port Townsend, Aug. 16,1858. 2mm).
I nnmsm
{ I
; Dr. Longaker, Surgeon Dentin. |
| l)ERlv‘Ol-‘uls ALI. NECFAQAM' OPERATIONS
: on Teeth in the moat acientiflc manner. both {or
new bin-(y Ind pmrvuion.
3! one: u! the helm: Home. Gym»; 1
‘ Olymph.Aug.l3. 19.59. 3h '
y
l
! OLYMPIA BAKERY. .
ifl‘llE l'nchigned. hnring discontinued one of [hm
hm bnunluw at business in which lln-y wew‘
heretofore engaged. In nuw demt‘mg lhrir entire Il
knliun In the In KEIH’ departnuul. They now de
min to RM}! connnnlly on nnnd
PIES, CAKES. CRACKI'IRS, BREAD. HARD.
BREAD. I’ILUT-BlllflAll, ETC.
Whirl] wlll be supplied on Hotels. anillos. Ind Slen-
Im-rs on the "In!!! ronannnhlo torml.
l’rirne und Wednlin l’nnics furnished with Any
thlng necessary on "It: Mmionl, Iv. short noticc.
«B‘bfifiiflfl‘SOfiSflskßE 3
Kept constantly on hand.
A choice lot of
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suitable for huiidny presentmfur sale rhup. Cull and
we.
MITCHELL t fi'l‘l-ZWART. ‘
Olympln. Dec. l7th. ISJTi—yly. f
['N ITED STATES
& MAIL LINE! @
—CO.\'N EWING—
T‘HE COLUMBIA RIVER
—Wll‘ll—
‘ '
PUG In 1‘ SOU ND!
H. wlNs oR,
BIA“. CONTRACTOR. BETWEEN OLYMPIA
nnd lhnler. on the Oregon side a! the Columhin
Elven um this Incl-bod h Inform the mulling pub
linthnt hell a! all times prepnml to ucommodm
all who [my call upon him, will:—
HORSES AND MULES, ‘
Wagon, ‘
CA RRIA 638.09..
. . I
I"ur llmr Armmdahmc and Cmreyam to
(my practicable porh’ou of flu Tcrn'lory.
PERSONS traveling to Oregon, or [rum thnt Terri
wry to lhll, can uhmlu ANIMALS or CUNVEYANv 1
CBS, ll either—-
Olympm, Could: Landing or Montmlla.
IN pun-Ink up or down tlie Cowllu River. pal-lon
can have their rhnice or performing the Journey either
with HORSES or In L'ANUES—JIr. Wlsrcn luv
hng In mdlnenu at u] “men, It bot-h Cowliu handling
and Monticello, I number ul—
. Goon, sussnmm.
1C A N o E Q 9
lWliiCii an n uhort nntirc hemuulod to order, with
:cmwa of ”he uni experienced boutmeno—wcil u:
lquniuled with the navigation of the riur.
l T E R MS :
‘ I‘ASSEXGi-IRS will be ronveytd hum Ruler In
‘Oiympia. Ind from Olympin in lunlcr, nl ihc follow
ing nlel:
‘ Frown Rauier In Olympia“ .. .. .. .010 on.
I‘m»: Olympia lo Rani", . . . . . . V . . Jib 00.
Olympin. W. T., March 1'). 1868. ni'l—ll
' O
W ashlnmon m llotel.
SIGN OF THE LONE TREE,
CORNELL or I“)! up neon films.
OLYMPIA, WV. 7‘.
;SI LAS GALLI H ER, Mr.
HE PROPRIETOR has menta‘cnoled, incu
nection with, and u I pm of " Wuhlng‘an
owl" lingo two nary building—2o bi“, foot—
by which he is enabled In provide nu Invmbilc
with a larger nnmhor of upwiou, can! Ind
excellenu'i vernal-tad ”rune-u ihn run he Md
by my 0 er public how» in Wuhiunol Territory.
An idea of hit Ihilit¥ to Imam-odd- hlic my
Maudmfro-uu mmthnllohi MC".-
‘y- ve prints mm—(euiuivo o! I], up"
.h)—dx n! which use lug. inwinl roam. or
Thin-l Io finch". for lhl "bani ‘
hemlofl M an mm». a! th
onilrged n 53: hll [cram no”. in full
in cu: m: m. lojourn of antigen with hi. on.-
fomble Ind plan-It. And no (min: 111-Ii ht mud to
u! hlfl tlble us well n.- In] in in bulimia.
mug-ad bathroom: {musician-1M
:1.
Board by m dny Illd not.
A good liable In attached to thin mum-ant.
whic will bu ampwmplied with than for tho w
oommodnlion of In I of the tnnlling public.
"24mm of public pom in Many ul
c .
Dunn-u, Dec. «h, 1351 111,
E'H. Wu ION. I W. 0. Dnur.
In hut-loco. am
WILSON E WNW
wlounu All nun. mull u ’
hm and lhplo Dry Goods,
“330 mm. DB“ commune“
BOOTS 8s SHOIO. HATS,
CAPS AND CLOTHING.
PARKING mam, BAIDWAB,
cmnn,u.u.,
And numummmumm
Wei-"mod our nonli- own It.
“mammalian: manna M.”
I”! Gin hallo Haul.
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T U M W AT E E ,
Under the clan! of 10!!! 8001?.
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ohm I no exp—ll or
what. margin) m. II mom. by
no“ novel.
ch than Militia. Md 3 dolor-inflic- h 40 I
uni-bastion. unsound-to! hing-Nubian
out nwior induce-uh to nab nah-en.
Inch 13. 13.51. lot!
MEDI C A L .
Q. 31. WULMIRE, M]. @.,
IAI mom I’o TI! .31me LATELY mm .1
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Tm: under-med m an. nun-a d
lulu-Inc chim- ol 011-pi- 11l
man: many, an In M- opal
u: once a. ohm rugby“. pu
tlen of union: ll burla- M
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, (I. K. WILLA”.
Olympll. Apvll 9. 1857. mJO-Iy.
c. c. I'll-cu. ' I. I. win". 1.0. ml."
French, Wllson In (30.,
momma- m um I.
I
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. AND
GENTS FURNISHING Goons
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
FINE Cn-tom mule clnlhlnfi received by every
Summer upn-ly for Ma .
Order: from the mafia “tended to Illa: can.
In Sunmento HIM— omar Lela-film, opm
the P. I. Wlp Coll Ola.
December 15. [‘s7. mt :
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% ll\ wnn. mu Inn.
\VARD a: HAYS,
‘ “mun“ All! “nu. mum n-
IFIflUR, WHEAT. SHORTS. BEAN, LUMBER. kc.
l rl'qu-rn, w. I'.
AT lhl wurhmuo of \Vnn & Hml. lwo lulle
wall of 0| mph. .1 the full! of Shula river, Ihe
puhllc mll It llflimes fluid in non. Ind fur ale. my
qummy n! the firm euunrmted Inlcln. n prim;
l n'oufnrmble with thc llmn. Everythlnl they have ml
1‘ tell. Hwy will warm“ to be fully equal w whu lhayl
'l may renmm it. Small "tools can rvvh the vicln»
llly of their Wlflholllt on the flood. land. Ind lave onl
”he ebh tide. .
Tumwafcr, Nnv. 3". mm. Z—ly
l ,
'‘ ‘ ‘ ‘LO ‘KS
.WAILIIEb, L L ,
j > AND
" .- E‘VELRI'.
JOB B. SEAMANS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEW§LER.
. STi-ZiIA'OOM. w. 1:, ‘ ‘
IKEEI‘S CONSTANTLY ON "AND, WATCHES,
i Cloth, and errlry at .u kind... Thfle nrtivleu .1
inrc also made to Order and regnired in the but pull-i
ble "mum-r, and mill «li-putc in I" can“. “m“
l RICHARD lAIiE,
.Notury Public md Convoyfllcor,
ICAN ALWAYS ill-I FOUND AT THEOPFICE 0F
' the L‘uuni ilccnnler Iml Auditor fur Thurston
|(‘uunl_\', twn Alma east at S. D. Williams *1 Cu):
l‘nlun‘, comer of liniu and Fourth succumb-mph, W.
‘ 'l‘. SM!“
A. J. BURR,
Vi'ntcll Maker and Jeweler,
VVIIJ. 111-IPA"! ANY WORK
left with him in the molt dun-fl J
bio manner and quick“ dispatch. Ind
wummt the same.
Engraving. elm. done in the 'loth style.
Shup next door to Miles‘ Saloon. in thinlmn
Hotel. ()lvmpin. I
“$111,155. 3m.
Grand Mound Nursery.
Emit, Shrubn, l. Flowers.
9 IN Iddillon to my former extensive nrlety o!
nu‘l'r. 11mm. AND OIIAIIHTAL rum,
I inn Inulv "bullied. from the non utensil" nur
uries in California and Ongon. a choice lot of
SHR 0885" l', FLOIVERS. VINES, ta,
Among whirh any be found the following:—
Appln. ‘Flowerlng Aflple.
60 Vlrlclics. i Flowering A mund,
Pun. l lllveilo,
23 Varieties. 1 Silver L. Poplar.
Plnml. ‘ Inheruum.
l 0 Varieties. ‘ Weeping Willow.
Clntrfln, i Loan-t.
‘lO \‘Arietieu. } Mountain Alb.
Pearhu, ' LilIC.
I 6 Choice curly Mellon. l Print,
‘ Apricot. “ Plum.
‘3 \‘arictics. 1‘ Hum
Nectarine. ‘ English Wllnull.
Damn do i Butternut,
Mlnor [Pr-“l. lCholtnut.
Cut-win Grape. Ila-u,
lube“. do 100 Beat cultlutod uric
Currants. B vuiatiu. i tho.
Goo-chords, 1 do Carnation-I,
nupberry, c do ’5 Butnri-tlu.
fitnwberry. a do 171 W Dlhliu.
lull lad And Whit. M.
urn-mum I'm- 'o'“
urns. I 1 Vulcan.
somdl, i V “out Gilly.
l Aux... Elm, l mm limm
bomb-my Popln. i 1011. m
1 Boulder my various 0! Blank ad ”0'!!! na
dgr cnltlntion, which on be null-bud untim- un
mm.
Al .Anl in h:— active.
i witmh thin zdodltton :3er in“ and m
‘u-mrtmrnt oi Appk. Pouch, Put. um. Cherry.
Quince, Apricot. Ind other tan, in coal-II "My.
lmdolfmntwotoimran‘ M. l Ital-uglin
thnt my nun-will), u- lholut nun-in the
Tame-7.1m! un couldn't that l «11-dinnin
fl?‘i‘mfl’“ "'"' "’ “’ “‘“" " ""
° ° L. n. turnout.
Oly-ph. bee. n, 1051.
F 0 W LER & 00.,
Pr walls 111 M m
K"~&°}‘E§“&&' “'” in...“
mm; W, We.»
"'qu lad-c caulk. '
at! I'oin. Apdl I). mu. m
' TI. M 80!“ W” W I. h
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‘l‘uclmu nu- mm 1":- ”Jan-m.-
d 15:10! Kuhn”) mama-(hm
alum nil ml. Duo Ida to It'- h
manhunt nominal it.“ 'O.-
dnhhvoth-w unqu- I"
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an m .
M a. 7. mon. Apt 1
FREDERICK BANOIIN, :
DEALER INHORSES, CATTLE, ‘
m: 00 van, 4... 4‘, AND
GENERAL COMMISSION 1
m.
(11-m lA.. .-
m. ‘7.
m m..." .. m. .
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A ”1n...” null-lanai: :
on soon mo I
BELLINGHAH BAY. W. T.,
Cattle Hutu.
I but] a u {-2- Mu-
I I
was! to BID huh!- I“ "lath gun»
or on M. In th- lc‘ w tall.
h- m “r II Mfll hr“ ‘
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(an We. b M c - _ ;
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Jul. 11, nu M
I FOR SALE OR CHARTER.
Tl! “mum A 10.1m*1.1.
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u an v-l. n a dc. dld In
w b that h‘:
“gunman-4.]. Wh‘
hr qul on a. unfit-II h nut I‘r
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For urn ml, on at to
w. "mu-net.
Hllgh I”.
my names. aw
GREAT EXCITEMENT !!
A‘l'
‘ Point Roberts amt Whalin- i
sxw cow maoovul-i
r JONES. l-‘I‘IZPA‘I'BICK have 1... an In!
ohr forlukmhlplorcuhwh‘. (wild
:will be uln- in "ch-In {or .0 th- W
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l MINERS TOOLS 4' SUPPLIES,
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PICKS a OVRIJJIAGNETI, ~
. nor/15,5031: lAcmv. “my,”
3 "2,4, (lorrfi. bvaAn. RICE. Arum,
. WOOLEN CLOTHING—sum", k;
l 3001'»! AN!) SHOES :
,l BLAST/NO fingganw «
. h' r w a: den 4‘
{i tiuTmhittltbém human or Pgm m. 3323’}
irwhlch 'plmen I moot-M mortar-t will be In! an.
hund. ,
my 13. H 5“. 2!."
D. Pnnurs. 1). Honor, D. 1.. Paul".
Sun anciwo. 1' Seattle. ‘3 01m
PHILLIPS, HORTON, & 6...”
Wholesale an. Bet-ll
DIALII! "1— '
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. SHELF-WAR. IATO. CA”.
BOOTS. SHOES. ac. fit. .
[Corner Main and Second Fired-,Mddoor much.
I wmxngwn Hole!,()lynp1-,W. I'.
I I? D. Pl|lLl.lPfl,lh¢ lenior partner, '1“ I“.
{ln the city or San Fund-win mu m punt-h;
\xoMyand Inch commluion bum:- u h.-
I trusted to his cue. __ [mi-l].
du. A. “mm-:5. w. 3.1“.
' BAR NE 8 ls AYE '
t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL “5.1.1”:
I! I r d w a l o,
I STOVES a. Ina-WARE,
‘ Agrlmnnr-I lmpllllrnll..u.. an. 7
'Main Strul. Thru Door- above 1M Fol. w
Olympin, Dec. 'll. 1806. nos-’l].
IA. lOIIISSON_ &. 00.,
WHOLESALE AND RITA“. fill!” II
Dry Goodl, Clothing, Boot: All ”I“;
Hun. Capt, “'2"..ng WIN!
Olympi.,w.-r., " sink-mucosa. ,
lllol‘lflloN, 1 mam-m, _ Linum.
Apnm, mu. w!
W. H. WALLACE,-
AEEOEIEQT Ail “We
animcoou, w. I'.
Nov» 6,18617.1 e
BUTLER P. ANDERSON,
mmqmmm' nu MW.
OLYMPIA, W. T.
Orflc'lf— in the [And once, no.7].
FRANK BAKER.
110 and 112 Ohy Shot,
‘ ' SAN FRANCIOOO. .
CARPET S 1
OIL BLOTHS, .
(to. tho-
A" '
! RETAIL. ;‘
human. can ’~ ~‘ ~
LAM
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cry-madman? 55' "3' O" U; I'l, 1
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