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passing over the Isthmus, our governmentl
asserts its right, and will exercise it, on thci
basis of treat, stipulations, thus to (runs-l
port them to and from the Pacific. -‘
fl. The steamers CUTI’IIIG and Auwwi,l
Intel] taken down the rapids ol' the St.
Lawrence river, have been sold by lheirl
propriewr for the sun: of $200,000. Their‘
destinetion is said to be California, where}
they are intended to run between Snnv
Francisco and Frazer river, the new EH
Dorado‘ The upper works will be remov
ed daring the voyage out, and replaced at
San Francisco.
MASSACRE or Cumsruxs AT Juneau—A
terrible massacre of Christians, by Moham
medsas, took place at Jeddsh, on the lsth
of June. The English and French Con
suls, and the wife of the latter, were mur
dered. In all about twenty-six persons
were mus-cred. The daughter of the
French Consul escaped, though severely
wounded, and with 220 other refugees,
principslly Greeks, was brought to Suez
on the ad, by Her Majesty’s frigate Cy
dops. No Christians remained in the‘
place.
A Foreign Ofiice dispatch confirms the
above. The morning after the massacre,
two boats from the Cyclops, sent to the
town, were attacked, and obliged to fire
on those who endeevored to intercept their
retreat.
Fro- Oregon.
Tho Portland Slandrred, of September
Bth, contains the following, concerning the
movements, etc,, of the regulnr military
force concentrating in the hostile Indian
country.
LATE les non Muon GARNET—AN
orun INDIAN Flam—MAJ. Gmxsrr Vic
roatone.——Gen. Clnrk informs us that
Major Gnrnett, with his commnnd, has had
another brush with tho Indinns on the
Okanagan. Six of them were killed, all
of whom had perticipnted in the attack on
Robertson's party. The lndinns in that
part of the country have become alarmed
at the summary measures of Major Ger
natt, end it ll believed that most of them
have retreated to the Britiah possession: or
the Blackfeet country. No confirmation of
the reported~ disaster to Gen. Palmer's
party having been received, the Gen. com
manding thinks the whole afl'uir an Indian
story. He hes positive information or the
plunge through the Indian country of one
perty tilt Walla-walla with Ihe loss of but
one man, killed in Moses’ Cnnip, nenr‘
Priest's Rnpids. This is doubtless hie-1
Langhlin‘s train.
Mr. Jana GUTIIRIE hns been reappoint-l
ed Receiver of the Land Office at Oregon I
City.
The Statesman of the Bth inst, says that
Messrs. Smith and Grover will leave Ore
gon for Washington the latter part of Sep
umber.
Th Sale of the III“! II! M
m to m govern-at.
u w‘mso-rox. July 31, 1858.
The fuelon Bay Company are now max
in"- It eeems, to negotiete with our gov
ernment for a sale of their trading post: in
Oregon and Weehington Territories, to
gether with their goeeceeory righte, inclu
lng thou of the uget Sound Agricultu
rel Company. There in eeid to be large
numbere of horses, cettle and sheep to be
included in this sale.
Before our government peys, or agrees‘
to pey, eix hundred thousand dollars for‘
the above, it in to be hoped they will thor-‘
onghly inveetigete the whole ndeir. l
heve learned from parties who have eomo
knowledge on to the value end condition of
the property proposed to be turned over to
the United Stetee by theee two companies,
certein importent fecte.
There ere ten or twelve of what were
called {one or treding peete within the two
, Territories, ell of which ere old, and in e
\ dilepldeted ltete. The lunde' on which
thou poete en loeeted are claimed under
the Oregon lend lew of 1848 by persons
eleimlng to be citizens of the United
Stetee, ell of whom are, or hnve been, fac
tore, clerks or ecrvunte of the company.
Therefore, neither the old building: nor
the lends they etend on on be conveyed
/ to the United Stetee by theae companies, ,
end the trede now eerried on in the heme
of the Hudeon Bey Compeny et the poet:
in queelion will be continued no long an it
In prohteble, with or without name other
heme. Then, if the trede may he contin
ued et the note post: by those claiming to
be citizens of the United Stetee, what do
we get for the $600,000? The enrrender
on e pert‘of the compeny of the right to
uevigete the Columhie river, and no more
—e very unprofiteble right it would be.
Al to the lerge numbere of heme, eettle
end sheep to be turned over to our govern
ment in thin trede, it would amount to
ebout ee much no it would to buy of the
eonpeny the eelmon running in the Colum
ble river.
Some yeere ego thie enme question was
e‘iteted ; end when no new of the Uni
ted Stem inquired of Governor Ogden,
then Preeldent of the Hndeon Bey Com
peny, eeto the ceitle, he eeid that the
oerupeny ought to on e lerge number of
them in the woode eemewhere—thnt ie, if
the Indiana hed not killed them all oil.
There in ”e nigger in the fence” in connec
tion with thie propowd eele. It is not
likely thet Governor Simone, of Waiting
ton Territory, recommeude the purchase as
reported, becenee e few yeere ego, I em in
formed, he wee of opinion that our govern-1
ment ought not to pey anything for then
righte of the compeny.-—N¢w York-Herald;
Pecmc Rename—l feel certein that
the question of the Pecific Reilroud will
meet with ccrtuin eucocee this next session,
even if it he only a short one, in I have
Insurance of a particular policy in that
connection which will cerry it triumphantly
through both branches of Congreui
ANOTHER INDIAN FIGHT! :
The Hoatllel Completely Rented!
18 savage. K 111001111! '
0n the eve of going to press tht.l Oregon mAil nr
rived here. bringing new! of the military operations
in the huelile lndi-n country, up to the lst inst.‘
‘ We are thnnkrul to our friend Capt. WI. Run, of
Vancouver, for the letters which he has kindly in
iciosed to nu, received by him from gentlemen con
nected with the service, giving I“ nccounl of recent
military operltious to the north of Fort Walla-walla.
We Ilso tender our thnnks to Mr. Jon! Drummvonv
biy known here u I most reliable Expreumnn during
the Indian war of 1855—6. nnd'who i 4 now Icting in
the tune enpecity with the troop: eat of the Cu
culcs. for 1 letter ul‘ like clmrncter.
A fight. had taken place on the lst inst., at the
“ l-‘our Likes,“ 120 miles north of Fort Walla-walla,
between Col. Wright's command and the hastilcs, in
n'hivh the letter snlered n [on of I! killed.
The following in In extrtct from n letter to Capt.
Kn". written by Mr. S. D. Smrl,giving In Iccount
of the nifuir. He says :
3 "We live had Iglorionl fight with the red nhins ;
‘the tight ewe 0 on the int of this month, It thin
Ipint-e. The troops, to the number of about 300.
nnrched out to Attack the Indians. who were nhowing
themlelves on the hilla which are In the vicinity of
thin camp. The Indium numbered between four Ind
the hundred men. Tha infantry routed then iron
the hills end out of the timber. and then the drngoone
chuged them. They run the lndiml nhont five mile],
when the permit conned. Then were nbont seventeen
Indiana known to be killed, In their deed bodies were
found, and A great number wounded,-—nnd :11 this
without the loss of 3 single mm, or one wound, on our
tide. We will grohnhiy hnve Another fight At the
crowing of the poknn river; but Indian: enough to
whip this commandmmnot be got unether in Oregnn
and Washington Territorin vombined,—in fact lhe
larger the body 0! them that collect together the more
they will he whipped. for there will he n greater numr
her of them killed. Thin in the heat armed command
thnt I hue ever seen. The lndinnl were intently
“banished It the distance the rifles and mm ele cur
ried—while their gun: done no execution It all.
We don't know whuttrihen are enguged, u we have
no talk thin camp-inn. Col. Wright in nil for light.
i think we will nuke 1 pence this time thnt wlll lut
longer th|n “Old Wool‘a concililting policy did.” i
‘ as- The U. s. District Court for this
J udieiul District, continues in session at this
pluce, and will not probably terminate un
til some time next week. A large Amount
of business hue been brought before the
court, and on unnsueliy large number of
civil, end some criminal actions. In age-ord
uuce with his commission as such, we learn
that Judge ED. C. Fn‘znuuu was duly
qualified, before Chief Justice MCFADDEN,
’Anoeiete Justice of Washington Terri
to‘ry. After the adjournment of court, we
will endeavor to obtain for publication, a
list of the causes upon which a decision he
been rendered by jury and othirwise.
‘ ‘3' Th. but I". l). Riot, arrived in the hrborof
‘Olyppln on Wednesday. ding-0. from Sun anclwo,
\ (MI I considerable manual of merchandlu. She wu
tuned up Page: Bnund to In! pmm “change by
‘the alum-r thuulian.
l a Dr. L. J. Cllpkly.—“'e would dlrecl. me
le‘peclel (mention of inrnlldn to e perusal of Dr. L. J.
‘Cuphy‘u edvertinenwnt, m be found in mother col
iumn of lhls piper. In order In place the union of n
learned and experienced Khyflclln wllhln lbelr tench.
u~ mu-k m hu men ln lumen on tho Ln.“ h—u
(run we renllelou end lgunnnt promo. ol empl
rleeJh-u mmultnmlflll'lmax
to nuke known when hack-roll. an In M
[Tu than unfomm emulh In I‘r non: the dock
,of uexunlor [II-lute dleeuu. or Ihelr 11l tenement.
we cheerfully commend Dr. 1.. J. Ouphyeee man
0! rue M‘lenliflc Ind medlrnl ncqnlrenlents, pom
lug 111 the murmur. from long experience Ind ec
knowledgetl I 111, for the Incomfhl pmtloo of M
prof-mon. lining nude nun-l compleluu In ee'pe
clnl utudy. like the celebrated Ricard, of Parlu, he le
ennbled to gamma I weed, and pennant cure In
ell cue- o! prlnte ohmic dlmeee, wlmher the
elbcu uf nonunion. ult—ahnee. or lane of vlrlllly. end
In order lhntJnllmh n n dimnw my null then
lolvea of hln vlce, free eoneulmlnn by leuer |l open
to them. The knowledge that we h-ve of the munch
on- cum he luv: en'ecu-d, some of whlrh were of long
ntnndlng, leads us to plnee lunch (nith In Dr. C.'l enl
cienoy. end commend hln m the confidence of more
In 11l health.
' Penman no! wI-hlngtolnse tlrne In cmpondlng
rleue encloee $lO In tholr lemon, Ind they wlll get
mnwdleu mention.
Addreu L. J. CZAPK _A_Y. 11.0.," .
.
It» Qumran“.
\ ~ [AAA/«1‘ AAAAAANMV‘ A «A
WEST OLYMPIA
mun—ERY.
”.000
FRUIT mm. 017 SUITABLE SIZE FOR
truuplmung. counting of the armies mon‘
in demand, sud from on. to four retrain-mull, In
now may (or uh I'- tho West (Nymph nmry.
Puniculur “lamina [lid to ordm from n dlnumce.
; B. I“. no wx.
Sept. LS, use. ems
Administrator’s Notice.
NOTICE ie henby (inn thnt the under-gull has
taken out letters oi finial-Winn on e chute
of JACOB 0. ECKLER. doceued lute oi Hl'lmllh
Conw. Washington ll‘errltory. [low I" {er-on: ln~
deh to aid saute. m reg-saw! to 111 a immedi
nte peyment; Ind ull penan- havln‘ china «mm
«id eat-ta, In rogue-led to fluent them. (in y Ill
tiu-ntiuted. within one you mm thin date. or they
will be forever barred.
lly order 0! the Judge 0! Probate.
Wit. It. HORROW.
Adulniutntnr.
Onuxn, Shwulieh 00., W. 1., Sept. is. ism—« 43
STEAMEB GOWUTZ.
THE STEAIER OOIVIJTZ. CRAB. HOLMANy
will run. on end mar this (hio, .- I regain
pneket between
Portland and Monticello,
Cowliu River, leaving Portland every loudly, Wed
nesdlly end Friday nomlngu It ii o'clock : returning.
‘ will one Kendall» every Tao-day, 'l‘hnuday uud‘
Saturduy morning- u a o‘c ock connecting with the‘
canine And nup- to And from (Slympln.
‘ The Coal“: will run m” the shove time un
til further nudes. notwi in; all report. to the
contnry.
Sept. 13,1858. amt:
_________._____~_
‘ oLYllll’lA MARKET '
‘- I
’ O'SHAUGHNESSY & 00.,
‘ Proprietors.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
' lewd the well known Ffihbllsh
. ment turmerly occupied by Kurd h
Word, will continue to iimiinh the
' public with every thing n-uul kept
> m I well l’Pßllllu‘d mnrket. Farmer: Ind other: but
, ing Producn fur ule. ere Inlicited to give m u call.
1 osuwuuxmsr & cO.
'l Olymple. Sept. 0|.1958. nlLly. -
ifl , ~___.,7 ‘
Jim Received, 1
EX SCHOONER L. P. FOSTER, 1
0n (.‘onslgmnent, ‘
IKARREIA [SASMHCH ISLAND DEEP,
75 SYRUP, MOLASSBS Ind HUGAR, 'nr we
‘lnm by FOWLER & to.
Port Townsend. Aug. 16, 1‘15“. ‘JmeL
i,
I’M‘h SADBLES ‘
FOR SALE AT n
\VRIGHT’S ‘
‘SAIDDLE & "A!“ ESS ,
MANUFACTORY. l
o L y M 1- 1 A. !
\
__ I
2114-0, f
RIDING SADDLES; !
PCOW, TEAM AND nchy "mums; 4
CALIFORNIA SADDLE TREES; ‘
SADDLE BAGS AND WALLETS ;
WHIP STOCKS AND LASHES;
RIDING, TEAM & BUGGY WHIPS ;
HALTERS, RIDING RRIDLES AND
MARTINGALES ;
BRASS AND SILVER PLATED \
SPURS;
BLOCK AND BENT STIRRUPS ;
CURRY COMBS. HORSE CARDS
. AND BRUSHES ;
PLOW AND STAGE CHAINS ;
‘ RIDING BRIDLE BITS dz BUCKLES;
‘ REIN AND BREAST SNAPS ;
’ HARNESS BITS AND BUCKLES;
, EREECEING RINGS AND LOOPS;
; BOOKS AND TERRETS;
' PLOW AND TEAM MAMES;
&c., .&c., kc. 3m42‘
HAvmo mull-W.
—n omit-Jm.’ 3 to In
LADIB' All) Gmem RIDING HORSE,
BUGGIES. SADDLE. he.
I! hone: no I“ an. and "gum. And In good ‘
candyluon. They Hindu) well-broken,th wholly ‘
ufo fur even the no»! delicate hay.
(load buggies Ind tam: II» II on hind. No
fan M be euundmdol “bung-down" what.
we furnish “Mel.
Huh" I mar-l hut-on an un. I lud
consul: yin mdlmulolnularood-md much-ud
he. «42., tn Ind from I“ POll4 an dtyuu] may.
stnhllng. u Inenwfon. u alumna nun.
Also, Igood w-xnn you And om, Iy,&c.,uluyl
on hand, {or tnveling cummen,“ 1h wry lot-u:
ram.
Give me a cull.
J. J. WEBTBBOOK.
Olymph, Aug. 28, 1851. WI.
Begum- und nmlvu’l Notice
I'o lleM 0“ I'll! PUBLIC LAND!
In Town-hip 2: North of Inn 1 M.
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.4 .. 5 .. .. .. 3 u
.. .. 2| .. .. .. , ..
.. 4. 11 .4 .. .. ‘l ..
4. .. 5 .. .. n 3 ..
.. .. 2| .. u n . ..
.. n 2, .. .. .. I ..
n 1. I: .. .. .. 3 ..
.. .. 8 .. u .. I Welt,
u .. n .. u .. . ..
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u .. 13 .. .. ,u l u
i .1 .. 6 .. u u 3 a
.. u 1 A. u .. 3 ..
.. u a .. g .. 3 ..
‘ .. .. 13 .. .. .. 3 ..
.. .. M .. .. .. 3 u
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‘ “Nufimirngflnummuflh thick 3
‘ on n on low a. liq-Ind Io
‘ loufluuou mama Mr on- It“: ruminant
- ”my. ham to In. FIRST DA 0? NO
- VEX EH. WI A mICKLEB Rapier
a (immune, Mam. '
Supt. 6. 1868. In“
0091's” gym! _Wlndq_ws,
‘ Ex Shlp “ Leonora.”
SI-‘noom. ux u,
‘M x HI.
no 1 no,
I x 1.
M 0 WINDOWS.
5-“ “
10-” ”
um '-
10-15. "
10-“ "
12-1. "
For file by FOWLER b 00.
Pan Tolumd,Au.l-l. use. an
For Sale. .
I WILL SELL IY PAR! 08 WflIDBY‘E VSLAN‘D.‘
Wuhlngwn Tummy, canulnhu flan-c hundmi
and twenty un- or flat nu llnd. IMut eight nrm
of which I- pnlrfie. Md any acts of rich Mgr M
tum, Ind the bahnce 110 ml timher l-nd. Thm Ire
hm Iplendid spring! 0! m: on this plum. To u
.remn desiring: ch. pruduutin Ind 71-” niumtnl
trm in thi- nocuon of country. I think we] could um
do boiler lhln w pun-haw this place. M I an rl-miu‘
up my ‘3':er prep-ulna to lon ing for the mlw.
PM man: {radical-n. mini" 01 111. N. D. "In.
of Whidby‘: In d, or mywl an the remiss.
"EN"? Mcf'll'RG.
Whhlby'n lshnd. Aug. an, 1155“. dual
’ ' 7,, I
DENTISTRY '
' ‘
Dr. Longakcr, Surgeon Daria,
‘PERFORNS UJ. NE'WDSSARY OPERATIOX.‘
; on Teeth m the man! wiemific manner. both [or
‘lhelr haul] Ind pruervnlkm.
3 ()ma' 11. the Pacific Haunt. Olrympiu
mympix. Aug‘ 13, hi“. 3".
DALY’S !
V ILLEY WIIISKY
- I ‘ O
\VE mu; T 0 (‘.\1.1. THE ATTENTION ()l-‘l
Dale”, m wu-Il m Cmmunpn, In: the following
Certificates of well kuuwn Chemists, who have an
nlyml
DAL Y‘ S A R ()JIA TIC ll'lLLL‘ Y
IV” 1 S Ii Y.
The high wlmution of the mrtirn I-I I aufflclcnl.
gum-:mlcc lhut lllc article lumwsrea all the merit
claimed fur it.
|\\"\L NEWELL ‘E C(L.
squ Agenh.
Stale Auuyn'n (11,20,112 Smmrnl SYN”. )
lluslon. Mam... April 17, ”5.4. {
Wu. H. IMIN. New York:
hour Sirwl lmn- made It (‘hcmirul Aunlrslsof yuur
“ ARUMA’I‘IU 1'.11.1.f1)‘ ll'lllskl',’ Ind l'mdi:
I pnm. fine an'nrnl Rye Whisky; humming no inju~
riqun mutter of Ifl‘f kind. and Ifmumvnd h. :5 null:-
Me for medical lll) public purl) nut-u.
l ‘ ~ l‘ll.\RLl‘Z>‘ 'l‘. JACKSON, M. D..
l mm Ana)".
1 N“ Youx. April 19.1 mm.
1 Hum nnllwwl n mmple n! “ DALYHS' AR!»
I MA TIC I’A 1.1.1-.' Y WIIINKY." and llml it m be
a pure nrllcle. of tlnc Ilnvor. and wllbouv. nny delaye
lrioun admixture.
I JAMES 11. CHILTON, M. D., Chemlst.
‘ Wu. 11. lun', Esq. :
] lk-lrSir-—Ynur -- A B DNA TIC VA I. I. E Y
H' H l S K Y " In roulved. and mu careful exlm-
Innlon. I find it lo he a pure .nicle, entirely free
from the ndullernling ingrodicnu so [valiantly med.
JAlll‘b‘ J. HAP , Chemlst.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whisk?!
ls put up ln cues ronmnlng Olie Donn Botllm m .
‘or ale by I" the prlnclpnl qunor Hanna: In Sun
l-‘nnclm'o. . 8m“
FRANK BAKER,
110 and 112 Clay Street,
CARfiTS,
UII. BLUTHS,
UPHOLSTERY 000118.
PAPER HANGINGS,
WI-lofinsAflß
g ‘ Bfiifiglaflg
Feb. 1!), H 558. Gmola
LA'I‘E-T
GOLD EXCITEMENT !
A”. PERSONS KNUWI‘NG “HEELVRS
indebted m the nude-signed, alum by non or
\rmouuv. no minim“; requested 0.9 cu“ nndv mh
(”implying 18. mg ‘ioxm‘m ‘ SON.
n. P. END,
mucus, BWQEDEE, & acme.
0 F Fl L' L‘ :
Inf noon I'o "um! I murky
Alain End. (fly-pin, IV. I‘.
DB. 11. P. BURNS mum h - alncen than for
an “bar-hm of pm..- In In nednflh
put In year- from I dllcemlnislblle.
Dr. Bum cu bu eon-dud I] .9 111 ole-.1:-
S'E'. 9f! 5959f_‘1“.'25°§‘."_'3‘.1‘.‘ 3‘33”” M"'
1 Fifi-i iiii?ii§£o?e’ufl§si§fiiii"’ "" "
Mid genuine lupply of IEDI NIB con-tum] on
I. l—Putlcnlnr utter-thin mid to dim of “In
Eyeand Chmk aha-n o! I Blood.
t 01mph, Ant! 9. 1861. run”.
N O 'l' I O E .
Al I" pup-M “fur-him bill of ”A“.
I the abode-t nntlce, I! the in": rub puma
3‘; i” ‘ “m“ ”flammw‘h 13v...
or I
Ingmn W "nary! '51.: Inc I kill.
IOBfl m
01mph. July I, 1861. I 031”.
REMOV E D . ‘
THE KENT) AU. Go. hue Maud hm “bdrm
m.” “In 81nd hoods-ht, In M at
their lulu-game! “W 33 Imu
.lo - hm I a! m DB. will it
nldu tho lows‘ uni prion.
KENDALL 00.
Olympic. Sept 11. ll”. “AMI.
‘;"’ ‘i v : ' :
I 2'
‘ “$1998 “It! , _
‘ a» 13W“ 1*
l ,«W ~ ~ ~
- ~ 1
‘ “5 CLAY ST: . ‘
' \ 34V Q .
, ” metv‘ 1
‘ - .'5
h Dbl“ & lun’l Vanities.
3 All m mm: men In 1
Adtm' Boston Brush».
"III“. III" nu.
FOREST RIVER DO.
‘I'IIIANN’S and other Colon, h
i GLU ES, BRONZES ‘
GOLD LEAF. £O.
' SJnl-‘nminanhmh zomlenu. nloily ‘
W- .__W __,,,,,_7,_# ,~_-_ _ ‘
M. [OUISSON 8b 00., ‘
waousm AND nmu nmms m
1017 Goodl, Clothing, Boots and Shoal.
"In. 1 npn, (it: 1:“:er lury “In.
()1) mph. \V, T., 5.": Panama, (‘ll.
: I411.II::-'i1‘i;ll‘:¥l.‘5“ aflll‘lJollT‘rflL A» YKANIICIH
g ‘Bifilfniir P: Ainnnmfiv, 7
. In”; 0:2er;: 53!: :uwr.
umxurm. H' 'r
nmur ,- "-1 1w: 11:1? 0 "AT-\-
o].! MPI A BAKERY. i
'lVlll-I l‘mionslznnl. inning «limonllnncd one of thel
two bran: 1w! ul’ liusinrm in whirl: they wen“
hi-rr-tnfun- rngiignd, urn- now devoting their entin- nt
l-‘nllun tn line It \KHRY department. Thoy nuw dc~l
sign In inn-l: w-xhlnnll)‘ nn hum] !
l‘ll'ih‘, (‘ \KI-ls‘, (‘ItACKI-IIIS, BREAD, HARD.
mumli, PILOT-UREA D. HTI‘.
\Vhivh n ill h - ~npplicd to "Ulfli, Families. and Stea
nivrs an tlm Innht Il‘flmilllllllt term».
l'rivlh- and Wedding Parties (urni-hml with any-l
thing lieu-wary on such nccmduun, at uhortnoticc. ‘
{E‘DEY‘J’I'Q‘LBS‘DBTEBIMEM I
lii-git conutantly on hind. I
.\ I‘huiv'c I‘ t hf 1
©3I7I,LEAFS/v3 'JKC/‘J'ei'wg 1
nuimhh' for h'vlillll)’ prt'-t'llt~.fnr mic chomp. Call Indi
we.
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Olympia, Du". 17th, 1857.41)“
l'N [TED STATES
& M AIL LIN E! fl
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PUGL l‘ SOUND! i
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H. wmsoa, %
‘VIAH. (‘OXTRACTOIL BETWEEN OLYI ‘
i and [lulu-r. on the Oregon lid: of the Uohunbh
[then taken this method to Inform the mulling üb
liv, that he In M n]! llmeq planned to accommosnc
111 who may call upon him, w th—
HORSES.AND MULES,
“mm a
CA ROM 01: s. 11.,
For their Acmnwdalion and Conveyance to
A. .. .- . u, may-L-“
any practicable portion of the Tzrfilory. ‘
PERSONS traveling to fire on. or from ‘hn Terri
tory w lhll, cm obtain ANIJAIS or CONVEYAN
CBS, ll euhera fl
Olympia, Con-lit: Landing or mello.
IN leln I: or down um Covflu Blur, person
an Inn theft 3mm of performan the Journey elm
with HORSES or In CANOEU—Ir. anou h"-
ing In reading-- a I" "mon. :0. both Cwllu landing
and Monticello, I number ol
GOOD, IUBSTAN'I'IAL
(I A N o E 9 1
WHICH an n Ihort nolh-u be mmnod to ordlr, with
crew: u! ale md upeflencod bollmcn—well no 1
quduled with tho mun-non a! “la river. ‘
'l‘ E R M S : ‘
PASSENGERS wlll be conveyed from Ruhr to
Olympic. und from Olympia to Ruler. II tho follow
ing nun:
vaßanin‘lnDl ,m.m..1000
I‘m. (My—flaw m,.11w.
Olympll. W. 7., Inch 19. 1858. Ml 4!
sum 6’? THE Lox: Tm,
CURIZI CV I"! AID IICOND lflnl’l.
OLYMPIA. n’. I'.
SILAS GALLIH ER, m.
m: t‘novmrron bu wcmenmd In con
nocuon mu. And A: Ipm nl " Wuhan"
l owl " A large "m not, bulldlnL—lo s‘o. lid
‘hy which he mud to prom ‘ W
with - larger number of «melon. and
umlamlusnuw spun-mm thumb M
by my o'. r while home In 'uhlnm Imm.
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manual mun: mamas-How! um»
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mum—nix of wild: an Inn during 100-I. 0!
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11.
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French, WI 85 (30.,
monum- AID MAI-11l I.
AND
(1‘ ENTS PUBNISHING GOODS
I
WHOLBALI AID DETAIL.
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7 puhnr will 1! .11 ("UN and In «an. und (or ale. nL
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lenufnrn'lzhh' Illh lim hmm. llxnylhmn mu hm! u»
no“. lh—v wlll mumnl \r- hr fully equal In 'lul Ihr} I
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luvv‘nf tLu-ir wan hm « un Ih!‘ flat-l, lr-wl and lawn ml
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AND
.- .EWELnY.
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JOB B. SEAMANS,
1 wmcnmxm Am JEWELER.
} STEIu'noM, w, 1.,
IKI-il‘ll‘fi (‘UNSTASTI‘Y UN HAND. WATCH“,
‘ (‘lm‘kt and Jewelry 0! all kinds. Thou mlcln
are nlm made to order and regalnd ln m but poul
i 1110 umnnvr, and with dI-qmc in I" can. 49!!
‘Notary Public and Oonvoyunogr,
(MN ALWAYS HE POUND AT THE (>ch or
4 J the (hunt Remnlcr and Audltor {or Thanh“
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) WILL xmmm ANY worm
101 l with hlm In the mot! duri
bln m-nner und qnlckm dllpllch. Ind
l inmm the name.
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1 Hhop next. door to [Hi Saloon, In Wald-[ton
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Pom. lulu!»
15 Vulcan. Bun: b. 5091".
Plum. Mun.
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outrun. Loo-i.
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