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to transmit dispatches.' It is thought
tliat it will pass, as the .existence ot the
Express, it is said, depends on it.
1m the Senate to-day the Pacific Kail
mad hill was received lrom the House.
(Jwin moved fo make it the special or
der l'-'P the 2d of January. Bragg
jiinvcd to refer it to a special committee.
h'. Loirs, via Fort Kearney, Dec. 24.
«_On the 21st, the House was not in
The Senate oh the 21st reconsidered
excusing Jefferson Davis upon the Com
fnittee of Thirteen. On the motion,
Davis said that owing to the solicita
tions of Southern friends, he would
consent to serve.
At a meeting of the Committee of
Thirteen, held 011 the 21st, Douglas
said lie was ready for any amendment
to take slavery out of Congress, with
out regard to his previous action and as
if lie had never made a speech or given
a vote 011 the subject.
At a meeting of the Committee of
Thirty-three, a proposition was dis
cusser! for the admission ot' Kansas
and New Mexico, which settle the diffi
culties in these territories. Nothing
Was done, and the Committee adjourned
till Thursday next.
Subsequently, the Republican mem
bers had a caucus, and concluded that
lio propositions satisfactory to the seces
sionists, could be adopted by the peo
ple; therefore it was necessary to pre-
pare.
In the limine to-day, Cochrane in
troduced Union-saving resolutions, to
which Haskin proposed to substitute an
enquiry into South Carolina affairs.
Nothing was done, and the House ad
journed till Thursday.
The Very Latent.
St. Loris, Dec. 24.—Tn the House
to-day, (Monday) the Speaker pre
sented a letter from the South Carolina
delegation, dissolving their connection
Nvitli the House, since that State had
us-oniicd her sovereign capacity.
The Commissioners from South Car
olina received their credentials on Sat
urday, on their way to "Washington.
The'l'resident will send a special Mes
sage to Congress on their arrival.
Cushing had returned to Washing
ton, and reports that South Carolina
was acting with the view of the co-ope
ration with all the slave States.
Toomhs had telegraphed to Georgia
that all his propositions of compromise
were treated with derision and contempt
bv the Republican members (if the
Committee of Thirteen; that every
Republican member had voted against
each of Crittenden's propositions, and
that the majority then declared that
they had 110 guarantces<4o. offer, which
was silently acquiesced in by other
members.
The Union Committee of New York
received a letter from Fillmore, not yet
permitted to be published.
Senator Johnson was burned in ettigy
at Memphis, on Saturday night.
Seward spoke 011 Saturday night at
a banquet ot the Newfoundland Society,
New York. He counselled fraternal
forbearance, and said that the Secession
feeling had been getting weaker since
tiie election day. Within sixty days
the trouble would pass away.
In the Senate to-day, Pugli and
Douglas submitted amendments to the
Constitution, which were referred to
the Committee of Thirteen.
Nicholson made a speech on the
Southern side; he had scarcely a hope
that the demands of the South would
he granted by the North.
Davis submitted 1111 amendment to
the Constitution, declaring the rights
of slave property.
Two defalcations have been discov
ered in the Interior Department—one
in Indian Trust Bonds, and the other
?8,000 in cash.
In the South Carolina Convention,
to-day, nothing was done of a definite
uature.
Intense excitement ensued to-day at
Pittsburg, 011 the discovery that the U.
S. Quartermaster was about shipping
125 guns from Alleghany Arsenal to
Galveston and the ltalizc, supposed for
the purpose of stripping the Arsonal,
and placing the guns where the Sece
ders could get them. Major Lytteliug
ton, in command, declined to give any
positive information on the subject.
Leading Democrats telegraphed to
"Washington to have the orders coun
termanded, saying that the people
would not suiter the guns to be re
moved.
The South Carolina Convention, on
flic 21st, was in secret session most of
(the ilay.
Tho Convention adopted tlio Reve
nue and Vostal laws of the United
States, requiring the moneys collected
to he deposited in the liaulc of South
Carolina, subject to the orders of the
Assembly; and that said officers retain
it as public property, for the disposal
of the Assembly, till the final settle
ment with the limited States.
In the South (Carolina Legislature,
on tho 21st, the House entertained res
olutions for tho feeding ami transporta
tion of troops, and establishing tele
graphic lines to oxposeil points, under
tho authority of the Governor, in case
of war or apprehended invasion.
Another slaver with 000 Africans on
hoard, has been captured.
TlieX. Y. Tribune says positively
that Lincoln is entirely opposed to any
concession or compromise, and will not
vield ono iota of the position occupied
'•y the Republican party on the subject
of slavery in the Territories.
! Notices of Books.
I A Practical Treatise on the Chemistry of (Sold.
Silver, Quicksilver, and l.ead. I!v Kilwunl
l'i<|iie 1 .. 12 mo, 8:111 Francisco, Tuwuc &
llncon, ISiiit.
Tins work is designed to furnish a
guide to estimate the quantity of gold
contained in a certain amount of ore,
to tlius determine its value per ton;
arid the method of separating the pure
metal from impure and other metallic
and non-metallie Ik >dFe >Te olfiTct• tcdw ith
them hy smelting, amalgamating, and
other chemical treatment. It is an
exceedingly valuable compilation, dis
playing great industry upon the part of
its author. The text in illustrated hy
numerous plates. Miners will find'
this work a companion which they
have long needed.
I.und Titles in San Francisco. flvo 188 pp. Ban
croft & To., San Francisco, 1S(>0.
This pamphlet contains the decisions
of the Supreme Court of California,
settling the title to real estate in the
city and county of San Francisco. The
origin and character of titles under
Spanish and Mexican law arc fully dis
cussed, and the copious notes elucidate
much ot the history and jurisprudence
of California. It will prove a valuable
accession to the library of a lawyer; to
those interested in real estate in San
Francisco, we say, procure a copy.
••-
Hand Book of Travels for Pacific Coast.
We learn that those enterprisisng
publishers, A. L. llaneroft & Co., of
San Francisco, have in press a book
with the above title. A circular has
been forwarded to various of the citi
zens of our Territory, seeking informa
tion, as to towns, population, resources,
roads, modes of travel, schools, church
es, public buildings and institutions; in
short, statistics of every kind, which
when collected will form a perfect and
reliable gazetteer. We heartily trust,
that those who have been besought tor
the above information will promptly
respond. That such a firm have taken
the matter in hand is it sure guarantee
of its success. It will be embellished
with a superb map of the Pacific States
and Territories, showing the towns,
counties, mining-districts, roads, etc.
Such a book has long been needed,
and we await its appearance with much
impatience.
Lockwood, Ewki.i. & Co.—We take
pleasure in calling the attention of our
readers to the advertisement of the
above house in another column. All
goods imported by them arc manufac
tured for them by theirown house, 17!J
I {roadway, N. Y. They have in con
nection with their monster establish
ment, a manufacturing department, in
which thirty journeymen are constantly
employed, which number will soon be
increased, as they are now manufactur
ing more than any single house in the
trade, thereby appealing to the support
of all who have an interest in home
products and home manufacture.
jgtgp We notice that maple trees are
being placed in front of the M. K.
Chnreh, on Fourth Street. In the
summer they will east a delightful shade,
anil greatly beautify that portion of town.
gt£r° We had a fall of snow on Thurs
day last.
Married
At the residence of the bride's parent*, l»y llev.
11. C. I.ippiucott, Mr. Thomas Blackshar to Miss
Amy A. Guthrie, daughter of Itev.S. Guthrie, all
of Yhiirston county.
We nrl«nowledgc the receipt of the compliments
of the Im|»l>y couple. Loup may they live: for
•' lni|>i>y are they, the happiest of their kind,whom
gentler stars unite, ami in one fate their hearts,
their fortunes, and their beings Mend."
Oil the 20th Nov., 18(10, at the ''Hermitage,"
Amelia Co., Vn., by the llev. I'. F. Ilerkeley, l.t.
E. J. Harvie IK, oth Infantry, L'. 8. A., to Miss MARY
E. Meade.
On the 2.'» th Xov., 1800, at Los Angeles, Oal.,
Louis Bettman, of Olympiii, W. T.-, to Miss Ame
liA Copplenzer, of the former city.
Oil the 14th Jnn. lHitl, at the Washington Ho
tel, OlympiH, liy lion. Wni. Strong, Associate Jus
tice .Supreme Court, Mr. J. M. Chapman of I'ieree
county, to Miss Sarah Dofflemire, of this place.
In King county, W. T.. liy C. C. Lewis, Es<|.,
Mr. Charles Woodbridge to Miss Decatur.
Jan. Ist, at the residence of the bride's father,
liy Uev. X. Clark, Mr. Abram Reynard, of Clark
county, W. T., to Miss Emily M. Powers, of Mult
nomah county, Oregon.
Jan. :td, in Vancouver, liy llev. J. V. Pevore,
Mr. Laban Stillwell to Miss Wil moth Wilson .
OI.VMCIA, Washington Territory, I
Lat. 47° 3'N., Lon. 122° 55'\V. /
Tho following are the meteorological changes
for the week ending Thursilay Jan. 17th. The oh
wcrvntiuns are taken at 7 AM., I i>. M. nud i> p. M.
7 1 *> in. -<ky. weather.
Fr'nlay II II -II 12 43J var fair
Saturday... I? II 47 17 45 clo rain
Sunday l:s :i:i 44 3H .IHJ' var fair
Monday.... 14 4o 4H 42 42jj clo raiu
Tuesday ... 1.14 42 37 37jfl clr •'
Wednes'y.. I<:| il2 42 , :is ;i7Ai clo clr
Thursday .. 17 : J2 *as i :J;J ::4j' var var
l.lth, 15 th, lt.tli, frost; 14th, 15th, llilh, windy
and disagreeable ; 17th, J inch dry snow;
Amount of rain for the week 1.45 inch.
IIUU'N Bantuptirllln. Yellow Dork,
anil lodlilc of l*ofaMN— lK prepared from
the finest lied Jamaica Sarsaparilla and Kngli-di
lodide of l'otasg. Admirable as a restorative and
purifier of the blood, it demises the system id" all
morbid and impure' mutter, removes pimples, Imils
and eruptions fVinn Hie skin, cures rheumatism
and pains of all kinds. All who can afford, should'
uso it, as it tends to give strength and prolong
life.
Sold by Druggists generally, at $1 per bottle.
Is. IIAI.I. A: I'll., Proprietors,
Wholesale Druggists,
l:ni<3 14J aud 1 |j Clay St., Sau Ft'.ill.
FRUIT TREES!!
For the Million, at Eastern Prices!
J. Ei. *A\lOlll> & CO.,
Agents for tlio Principal Nur-
series in Cnlifornin.
HAVE now for sale, at Eastern Prices, nn
immense stock of Fruit Trees, of nil
ages, suitable for planting, embracing every kind
and variety grown in the State.
Our long and intimate connection with the nur
scrv business nnd fruit-selling here, and in the
TiTiter States, has enabled us to anticipate every de
mand. and we have therefore caused to be grown
and FOKMED to suit the different localities, a
portion of the Stock we oiler—comprising such
varieties as are best adapted to our soil and cli
mate, and their fruits most valuable in the Market.
We have also for sale, in great abundance and
variety, Plants of all the
Small Fruits, Shade Trees,
For Public Grounds,
.and Street Planting.
Ornamental Trees and Shrubs,
(Deciduous and Evergreen,)
Adapted to Avenues, I.nwns, Pleasure (iroumls,
and Cemeteries. Ilcsides ail infinity of roses. Car
nations and picotees, Dahlias, Fuschias, Kvergreen
and other ('limbing Vines, (ieratiiiims, Violets,
I'liusics, Daisies, Ilulbous Flower Itoots, Green
House I'lants. Are.. Ate.
We are the Sole Agents for this city of
A. 1». SMITH, SACRAMENTO,
For the sale of his
Foreign Grape Vines; KareEvergreen
ami Ornamental Trees; Fresh Pre
mium Garden Seeds, ami Pure
Family Wines, &e., &e.
lie has decidedly the largest, best ami most re
liable stock of Wine and Tulde drapes to lie found
in the State.—lie will sell under his guarantee as
to correctness of applied names.—llis Seeds have
not lost their vitality iu "doubling the Horn:''
Tliev are warranted inferior to none, ami w ill lie
sold liy us iu quantities, ami at prices to suit.
FAUMKHS, (IAUDKNKIIS AND DKAI.KIi.o,
(live us a call, or send for a Circular with pri
ces, if anything is w anted in our line.
J. 1,. SAXFOIID,
THOMAS It. M'DM'M,
KDWAICD M'DM'M.
San Francisco. January "itlt, ISill. lonnll
Seed Warehouse!
INlablistictl in IS.'IO.
S. W. MOORE,
No. 110 California Street, between Montgomery
and Sansoinc. San Francisco, Cal.
Has for sale the most extensive variety of
HI FLOWER. Til. ASMM
AND l'I!l IT SKKDS,
In C.ilil'iiriii:i, including
•»0.000 lbs. Pure 4lfiifUor<'hlll < lo
icr Keetl, oi lhe \etv 4'ro|t,
Hungarian Grass, Red Clover, Timothy,
Kentucky lllue(irass, Canary Mini
Seed, While Dutch Clover, &c.
Also, Chufasor Karth Al
monds, Hyacinths,
Tulips Lilies,
Anil ot tier llnlhons Itont*. Assortment* of Xn
tive California Hotter and Kverjrreen Seeds, col
lected liy it well-known llotanist, always on hand.
The undersigned, from his lonp experience in
tlic business, hihl lii.s extensive facilities for pro
euriii|! his Heeds from the liest .Secd-jrrott ers mill
Nurserymen, is enabled to oiler nll usual induce
ments to the Trade and larjre Itam h-owncrs.
The Agents of Wells. Fargi> fi Co.'s Kxprcss,
mill :iII other Kxpress (*Olll patiit's «-otinet-linjr there
witli, hit hereby authorized to act mi Agents lor
tin* undersigned, in taking orders lor Seeds, ami
receipting Cor the same.
Orders by mail also promptly ntlemleil In. A
liberal discount will lie made to Hit' Trade. Par
ticular attention given to the careful injj of
Seeds for .shipment. Your ontlv orders 11 re solicit
e.l. which shall have immediate and l.iitllf.ll at
tention.
4> * w Boxes of Seeds, containing |nn papers, fur
r 'tailing, in siii'li assortments as desired. furnished.
S. W. MOORE,
Seed Warehouse, 110 California St., S. F., Cal.
January liitii, Irtiil 10:m(i
CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
17H Clay St., and
lOtf Moutjj'omory St.,
SjUi Frnncirt'o,
An<l iw Brhadwn)', New York.
/"CONSTANTLY nil llalnl the best sclcctc I and
\y most extensive assortment of (iciits'and Huh'
(Nothing on the Pacific const, which wo can anil
will sell loner than nnv other House.
no.v»' mid ChCiilm' (lolliliik mini?
to Or«lt>r. I.ot'KWOOD, KWKI.I, A CO.
January Itltli, 1 Hill. lll:ly
NOTICE.
rpilE copartnership heretofore existing between
| the undersigned, under the lirin of Ayer* &
\\ illiams, expired by liiuitntioii January 8, IHiil.
W. N. AYERS,
UIIAS. K. WILLIAMS.
The business of the late firm of Ayers k Wil
liams will be continued lit the obi stand bv the
undersigned. ('HAS. K. WILLIAMS.
Olympia, January loth, I8i;l. lil:w4
ciiari.es r. Ronniws,
Importer and Dealer iu
TYPE, PRESSES, PRINTING MATERIAL
INKS, CARD STOCK, kc.
Won. 11l and 118 Clay Street.
San Francisco, January sth, I8(il. 1 «»:ly
"THE CAPITAL"
MARKET
IS NOT REMOVED!!
M "5®
HI T IS LOCATM) OX MAIN' STREET BETW.
::l» AM) -ITII, OI.YMI'IA.
rpilß legislature litis yet Icfl to the citi/.ens of
J Olympia nud vicinity the privilege of filling
gi>od victuals, nuil the undersigned is prcjttired lo
furnish »t the lowest cash rates
It KEF,
I'OltK,
MUTTON,
POULTRY,
Anil ull sorts (if Marketable Produce, (live us a
call—you nut yu uwav d'tKiuitislicd.
.1. DI'NI.AI' ii SON.
Olympin, January 13, ltwo, thtf
WASHINGTON MOTEL,
SILAS (iALLHIEIt, Pro.
CORNER OF SECOND AND MAIN STREETS,
Olympia, \V. T.
Hoard per week §5 00
Olyui|ii:i, Nov. 2:s, iL'Oa 'J |y
NEW GOODS!
C, CROSBY CO.,
HAVE RECEIVED BY RECENT ARRIVALS
50 Hlils llest 8. I. Sugars,
IT% lllf-ltbls do.
lO Kills 8.1. Syrup, (extra)
Tons Liverpool Suit,
N. O. Sugars,
East Itoston Svrup,
K|ft L . o( fr t . kr
A large and well-assorted Stock of—
Mine Hardware,
Uriels, Dry Goods,
Dressed Flooring, Hoots A Shoes,
Hollow-ware,
DOOM, Windows, k
Window Blinds,
Oils and I'aints,
Tinware,
Crockery w are,
Clothing and Fancy Good*.
A 1,80 OX HAND CONSTANTLY
Flour, lirnn, Slioi'ts, Huck
whent mid Chopped Feed,
By Betail and Wholesale.
And every needful article that is usually kept
in a general store, which we are selling at reduced
rites for CASH and COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Ukif" (Jive us n call, and try for yourselves.
Tumwater, December 15, 18U0. s:tf
A LIST OP PRICEB
QUINCY HALL,
THE
POPBLAR m ESTIIMEIT
OF
Wan Franriwro.
COATS.
Splendid lllack Frock Coats Si 2 00
Also. Fine Itlack Flock Coats 10 00
Splendid Itlack mid llluc Sack Coats 8 Oil
Also, (iood llusiness Sacks «j 00
Fine Heaver Overcoats, late style 12 till
(iond llusiness Overcoats H 00
tinod l.iglit Summer Overcoats V oo
PANTS.
Fine Black Doeskin Pants $5 00
Aho, Fine lllack Cussiniere I'auts 3 50
Heavy Cussiniere llusiness I'auts 4 50
Also, tlood Cassimere llusiness I'auts 4 50
Also, (iood Heavy llusiness I'auts 2 50
VESTS.
Fine Quality Silk Velvet Vests $5 00
Fine Quality Silk Vests 3 50
Also, Fine Silk Vests 2 50
tiood Itlack Doe-kin Vests 2 50
Also, (iood Cassimere Vests 2 oo
(iood Quality Working Vests .. I 50
1 TKNISiriNa GOODS.
Fine Quality Davis k Jones' Shirts $1 50
Also, (iood White Shirts 75
Fine Quality Colored Shirts 75
(■ ood t heck 5h1rt5................................. 50
(iood Hickory Shirts 50
llcst Quality (irev Over Shirts 1 00
Ootid Uluc Over Shirts 1 00
Fine Quality l.auilis' Wool I'ndcr Shirts..._ 75
Oood Merino I'mler Shirts 50
(iood l.aiubs' Wool Drawers 75
(iood Merino Drawers f.o
(iood Orcy Cudcr Shirts and Drawers 50
—A I. XO—
FURNISHING GOODS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
llatM, Cap:*,
TrunkM, VnliKfN,
ami Carpel Btipt,
Will lie sold at proportionately Low Kates.
—AT—
QUINOT HALL,
MT, 149 & 1.11 WaNhlnKlon Street.
DAVIS & BOWERS.
Nov. IT, 1800. I:Jill
KENDALL CO.
OFFERS FOn SALE
At (he Old Ntnntl, South-West
Corner olMlnin and
Second Mm.
A XKW AN'l) WKLL*BRLKCTKU ABBOIITMKNT OF
Family Groceries
Of the best and most approved qualities.
Dry Gocxlh, Clothing,
Hoot* and Slitx'B,
Hut* and Civpn,
&c., &e.
All of which which will be sold at reduced rate*
for CASH.
Wheat, Huts, llutter. Eggs, mid Country Pro
duce generally, accepted iu exchange for Goods at
the going market rutes.
A. n. GOVE.
Olvmpia, W. T.. Nor. 12th. 1800. Istf
W. 8. C.
CLUB HOUSE GIN,
THE UNDERSIGNED, BEING SOLE AGENTS
of the above 4.in, offer it to the public as the finest
HOLLAND GIN, and the only GENUINE CLUB
IIOI'SE GIN imported to this market.
It is put up in GREEN CASES, and branded
W. S. C., CU B HOUSE. We shall continue to
receive the above Giu regularly.
—ALSO—
Pure Ambrosial Whisky/'" ;
Pure Nectar Whisky, style bottles:
Pore Bourbon Whisky.
' The above Liquors are from the well known
house of Wm. S. Corwin k Co., New York, and
ure guaranteed line and pure.
W. B. CUMMINGSC k CO.
I:mt f>o California St., San Fran.
I . O. O. F.
Olympia Lodge No. 1, I. O. O, F. meet* every
Saturiliiy evening i nannies' Building, oiiMuinSt.
next door to "Staudurd" OlHcd, All members of
the Order in goad landing are Invited toattend.
8 A Mi/. PERCM'AL, N. G.
Mail Frtf hclnco A#eutf.
THOS. BOVt'E, Esq., N. E. corner of Mrfttttfofrt
cry and Washington Sts., and ('HAS. A. CRANE,
Esq., are our authorized Agents in San Francisco,
to receive anil receipt for Subscriptions and Ad
vertising.
CIIAS. BARRETT, Esq., News Agent, is uu
hori/.cd to tran.act hu.iuti: fur u.> iu Portland.
BUY THE BEST !•!
CROVER& BAKER,
ffAVE RECEIVED TIIE
FIRST PREMIUM
ON TIIEIR
FAIII.Y SEWUVCi MACHINE
• —AND 1 ■
MACHINE WORK,
—AT TllE—
mnnußflHKTiTmnii.
AND IN FACT
Every Fair of I860!!
Over Wheeler & Wilson and all others!
Thus t'aqumtionably Establishing
Tlioir Superiority.
These Machines are the most simple in use.
They sew from two common spools.
Have no troublesome bobbing or pod.
Sew any nnd nil fabrics.
Make very little noise.
Arc quickly learned nnd operated.
Are not liable to disarrangement.
We guarantee perfect and reliable
Machined, and to the f houtmndn In
line can refer, an dally and hourly
recording, In their iintlNftictory op
eration
This Unequivocal Success.
%♦ Explicit directions for use accom
pany each Machine from which a child
can in a short time acquire a perfect
converse and management of it. Send
for a circular.
K.«. BROWN, Affrnt,
01 Montgomery Street. San Francisco, Cal.
November 17, IBM. l:iu(i
Ho! For the Mines!
PIOXfiER
HU 111 (WJUIPOIT!!!
THE undersigned would respectfully iu-f*
form the |iul>lit- generally that they aretk,
located nt Tumwiitcr, nnd are manufacturing IJI
nnd hnre constantly on hnnd
BUREAUB, BEDBTEADS,
Tables, Toilet Tables, &c„
And all Article* appertaining to
their Line orUuMlnesa.
ALSO
PLAIN AND FANCY TUNNING,
ALSO
SASII, DOORS, AND HMNDS,
MADK TO UUDKK.
All kindd of imirkctublc PKODI'CE tuken iu e.\-
t'liiinp.
I'a«h never refused.
Shop on Muin Street, nenr Ward k llavs's Mills.
WILLIAMS It JOIIDAN.
Tunnvnter, Nov. If, 186«». l:tf
8. I>. Williams, | Territory of
v*. | Washington,
(ieorge W. Cram. J County of Thurston.
In the District Court of the 3d Judicial District.
To UKOIUiK W. CHUM: You arc hereby notified
that 8. I). Williams has filed it complaint against
yon in said court, which will come on to he heard
at the first term of the court, which shall com
mence more than three months from nnd after the
24th day of November, 18li0, and unless you Hp
pear at said term and answer, tho samv'will lie
taken for confessed nud the prayer thereof grant
ed.
The object nml prayer of snidcomplaint in to re
eover the mill of live huiiilrvtl dollars damage* for
taking away and convening to your own use four
beef cattle, the property of plniiiiiff in |ks».
8. I). WlLLlAMS,Plaintiff.
Olympia, Nov. 23, IBGO. 2:m3
Great Excitement! f
AT THE FALLS!!
MR. M. W. WITHERELL,
WOULD inform the citisena of J|,
Washington Territory that he is jHQk
manufacturing IT
Saddle*,
Harncps,
and Trunks,
Superior to any ever made on thia Coast. He
is also making the
PATENT CASE COLLARS,
Which cannot be excelled. He is making
FIN3D HARNSWS,
On the Beir>AiU«tlng Tree,
Which is considered tlie greatest Im
provement of the Age.
and' also
CARRIAOR TRIMMING*!
DONE ON REASONABLE TERMS.
Side Saddles olTarlona Descriptions
REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.
ffajw Plyaire ftlfe friend WHherell a call. Shop
on Main Street, Tumwater.
Novembe# 17, iB6O. l:tf
COAL! COAL! COAL!
m. sr. doty,
HA VINO purchased the celebrated MolrrWu
Coal Claim on DcllingliaiW Bay, invites Cap
italists, and the friend* of the' Ihde, to corf* up
and help dig thcfU oKt. These miueg have Irrm
prospected, and the coal tested in San Francisco
and found of superior quality. Seven thousand
dollars is all that is reijnircd to make them pay a
thousand dollars per month.
Sehonic, Dec. 20, 1800. i;ui3
H. A. Jndson Co.,
( Jrt tbe late Store of W. M. Butledge,)
OLYMPIA, W. T.,
CODHHiIOIV MERtirAIVrS,
AND DEALERS IN
DA*
GROCERIES,
CLOTHING,
HOOTS mill SHOES,
HARDWARE,
PAINTS,
OILS, 4C., AC., AC.
Txmsf«:oAS£c;
OR
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
INNOCASE
Wffl Credit be given Ibr longer
than Thirty Days!
Olympia, Nov. 23, 18G0. 2:lf
WO. DUNLAP,
IMPORTER AND DE.M.ER IV
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
~ HOOTSand SHOES, Ac.
AT THE OLD STAND,
Corner of Stain aid Third St reel*,
Country Produce
gcnorully
tnkon in
exchange'
for Goods.
No pains spared to give satisfaction to customers.
Olynipiu, Nov. 23, IHijO. 2:tf
SAFES!
F. TILM AN,
90 BATTERY STREET,.
SAN FKA3s CISCO.
SOLE A Rent for Tilton A MrFarlund's celebrated
Fire Proof mid Burglar Proof SAFES. ThU
.Sate is well known in the market for its unsur
passed fire-proof quality, having withstood in Cal
i torn in, us well us in the Hast, the hottest fire?*'
known. We cm refer to chillis I'Prtiliiutes from'
parties in our mining ti»*i!!«, where these Safes
have been subjected to the most severe tests of its
tirc-proof <|iialities.
These Safes are secured by our Combination'
Lock. This Lock is in every res|ltct Hie most se
cure one in use: it requires the kt'V and Combina
tion to open the Safe. If the key should be ab
stracted from the owner, it would iieperfectlv use
less without his knowing the combination,Or uicu
tal key which the owner carries in his Head.
To those who want n reliable Safe we offer tlitf
above cheaper Hum any other in tile market.
%* A large assortment on hand arid'to arrive.
F. TII..MAN,
!M> (lattery Street, San Francisco: Cul.
November 17, IK«o. l:m«
THf LATEST lEISJPICK B!1
HY POXY KXPKES6«
*• »"•" Tt. WAI.HAVRX.-
BILES & W4LRATEI,
HAVING fofmed a co-pnrtm«rsbijl in the—.a,
BOOT and SHOE Ht'SINESS arc pro-fli
pared to Manufacture Hoots and Shoes.* VIL •
cheaper than the cheapest'. Hides mid Prodnca
taken In exchange for work, ltrjinlritig done witli
neatness and dispatch. Give them a call before
purchasing el.-ew here.
Shop on Fourth Street, between Stainand Wash
itigton.
(Hvmpin, November 17, IRttftl J';ijr
OIYMPIA WAGON MAirtJfAdTORY.
Stuart & JJinektfhenr,
WOILI) inform theeitizens ofOlym- CjfF)jjp
l<i« iiml the surrounding country
that they are now manufacturing WAUONB,CAU-»
ItlAtiKS anil lil'tidlKS of a || descriptions. from
Hit best of imported material, l»y experienced work
men. for which WHEAT will l»e taken in ex* liange,
delivered tit the Tuniwutcr niillh. Shop corner 3d'
and Chinook Street*.
Olyuipia, December 8, 1800. 4':tf
LOOK HERfi!
TUEBUAVIIVG (NDIIAIR DRE«I'
ing Establishment on Main Street,- iw«r the'
Stage UHicc,i» still inoperation. where the untler
.•rtgned will lit hajtpy to Attend the wants of hia'
phtrons.
Sfr.VVIVO AVI) HAIR DRESSIXfI
don® with neatness and disputch, auU in the latest
fashion.
IW" Hot and cold baths at all hours.
„ J. Rv KIM,
Olyuipia, Nor. 30; 1800. 2:Yf
Territory of Washington, l In tlie Dlst. Court of
County of Thurston. / the 2d District.
To ANDREW WILLIAMS: You are hereby no-*
titled that William L. Mmitli hu* filed a compliiaV
against you, Geo. Drew and Caroline R. R. Drew,
in said court, wliich will cort\e, on to lie heard at
thfe first tenrt' 6f said coUrt. U liich shall commence
more thaiC HW«to AMntlls ufter the ::utW day of No
vember, 18M, and mtess yon ap|iear at (aid term
and apsacr, tlw .same will be taken as confessed,
aAd the~ prayer thereof (.'ranted. The object end
j/fuytr of said complaint is to foreelosea mortgage
in fiivor of plnintiflr on the land claim of Civ*.
Drew and Caroline R. R. Drew.
R. K. KENDALL, Ally, for f'Kfif,
November 30, 1800. 3:ui3
" NOTICE!
WE hereby give noticf to all persons indebt
ed to us
IST ACCOUNT OR NOTJE,
to call and settle. We will take Wheat or Oats in
payment of acconuta at current rate*. All Ac
count* not settled Rv the 15th day of December
ne*t, will be left tilth the propel offittt for eeFlcc
tion.
WARD * UAYB,
Tumwater, Nov. 14, 1800. i:tf
C. CROSBt, \ tL. C. GRAY,
Z. CROSBY, V I
N. CROSBY, Jr., J ( SaiiFmncU
Tutnwate*.
C. CROSBY & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
GENERAL MEttCIIANDIBE,
—AND—
Proprietor* on he TumwatertlNr
Mill*.
Tumwater, December 15th, 1850. fitly
J. 11. PAINTEB,
(lATI o'mit * MIXTC*,)
DEALER In Type/ Presses, Printing Material
Paper, Cards, and Printer's fltock cenerall*
132 Clay street, near Sansonic, Ssn Frai"' .
California.
November 17, 18C0. l:ly

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