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wbole number of troop* In Virginia
does not exceed 81,000.
Another regiment of Zouave* is
rvadv for service in New York, and
„till "another in Boaton.
\Vheelixo, May 14.—The Conven
tion i* in se«*ion, and is largely attend
ed The debate* to-day were on a
postponement of action until the Or
dinance of Secession could be voted on,
al ,d on a resolution, appointed a com
mittee to consider an ordinance declar
ing the connection between Eastern
„„d Western Virginia severed. The
Convention adjourned until 2 o clock.
Harkislubo. Pa., May 14.-—lt is
understood that Governors Curtm and
Dennison have pledged the Union men
of Western Virginia the entire support
of nil the forces of Pennsylvania and
i Miio to protect them against secession
ists. Indiana and Illinois have also
I.lcdged the Union men of Kentucky
and Missouri the same way.
The Montgomery Convention have
unanimously adopted a resolution, call
injr upon Jeff. Davis to issue a procla
mation for a day of fastiug and prayer
The World* Washington dispatch
savs that two gentlemen connected
with Southern telegraph lines, and fur
nished with passes by Governor Pick
ens, have arrived and confirm all re
ports about militarv preparations in
North Carolina nud Virginia. Beaure
gard has not been at Richmond. The
prevailing sentiment is, that an attack
must and will be made on Washington.
It is thought that Davis would take
the field on the border so soon as his
military preparations are completed.
Gen. lice is commander-in-chief of the
Confederate forces in Virginia. Gov.
Letcher has prohibited military author
ities from giving passes to persons to
leave the State.
The President takes the deepest in
terest in the desperate struggle now
going on iu Tennessee, between the
Secessionists and Union men. Meas
ures are in contemplation for the gal
lant Andrew Johnson and friends, in
their devoted efforts for the Union.
Massachusetts regiments havo been
purposely selected for opening the way
for Federal troops through Maryland,
in order to render the humiliation of
the secessionists the greater. The tri
umphant march of the 6th, provod a
pill of indescribable bitterness to the
r% f* TT 1
Senator Pomeroy, of Kansas, lias
iatis fied the War Department, that sev
eral oflL'i its at Forts Lcvonwortli and
ltiley are open sympathisers with the
.Southern rebels. A thorough clean
in*' out has been ordered. Parties
from northern Missouri, now hero, arc
now urging the Government to station
an army in that part of the country.
It is said that great discontent pre
vails among the military mob at
pcr's Ferry. A serious and bloody
row occurred there a day or two ago,
in which one or more of the Kentucky
volunteers of Duncan's souadron were
killed, and others wounded. Follow
ing this was a threat by Duncan to dis
band his squadron and return home.
According to the calculation of the
War Department, 50,000 men will be
concentrated at Washington, Baltimore
The N. Y. Tribune says that the
steamer Africa , now unloading at Jer
sey City, has on board 100,000 Enfield
rifles for the U. 8. Government.
The same Journal says the Govern
ment has intelligence that large bodies
of Mexicans are garrisoning their fron
tier towns. Thero is now no doubt
tnat Texas will soon have lively times
in looking after our Government troops,
various and merciless tribes of Indians
and predatory bands of Mexican sol
diers, and may perhaps wish she was
safe home again.
BALTIMORE, May 15. —Gov. Hicks
has issued a proclamation in answer to
the President's requisition for troops.
He calls the loyal citizens of Maryland
to voluuteer their services to the extent
of four regiments tor tbrce months, to
serve withiu the limits ot Maryland for
the defence of the Capitol, subject to
the orders of the Commander-in-chief
of the United States.
Tbe Convention at Wheeling at last
accounts were discussing a motion to
divide tbe State.
WASHINGTON, May 15.—Gen. Butte
hii ordered the outposts of Col. Jones'
camp at the Relav House to be extend
ed some ten miles towards Harper's
* Yerry. They will act in conjunction
with an advancing force at Chambers
burg, whose operations will be against
Harper's Ferry. The advanced out
posts are also intended to cut off the
flying rebels from Baltimore, who, it
is supposed, have attempted to escape
from Gen. Butler'a forces.
1,099 troops under Col. Joues en
tered the city this afternoon. This
movement was made in consequence of
reports that another attempt was being
made to revive the mob spirit iu that
city and to prevent the passage of troops
and destroy the railroad.
Baltimore ia quiet Members of the
Massachusetts and New York regi
ments are strolling through the streets
wholly unarmed, generally in couples,
having full confidence in the loyalty of
Humors are afloat that Gen. Butler
will make another test to-day of those
in high positions.
The Secretary of War announced
last night to the President that Gen.
Stickles offered his brigade—s,ooo
f-trong—to the Government for the
whole war, fully armed and ready for
any *ervioe. The President said it
would be accepted immediately. The
Secretary has accepted it.
Wasiiikotoh, May 14.—We learn,
from a reliable source, that the sacred
remains of Washington have been re
moved from Mount Vernon, by Col.
Washington, who recently joined the
Confederate army. By the sale of
Mount Vernon, Col. Washington re
served to himselt not only the tomb of
Washington, but also an acre of ground
St. Locis, May 15.—The public
schools of this city have been obliged
to close, as the Legislature has appro
priated the school fund for military
300 Irishmen presented themselves
at the Arsenal yesterday, and offered
their services in defence of the Stars
The secession flag, which for a long
time floated over our Minute Men's
h >adi|uartcrs, has been pulled dowu by
order of Gen. llarnev.
The Postmaster of this eity, Mr.
Foy, has received instructions from
Washington to discontinue the mail
service on the river route between St.
Louis and Memphis. There will, there
fore, be no more mails oil that route
for the present.
Gen. Butler has issued a proclama
tion. He says the troops are here to
uphold and enforce the laws.
Geu. Butler to-day, made a formal
detnaud ou the authorities for a lot of
army stores in the warehouse of John
S. Getting*. Marshal Kane refused
to deliver without an order from the
Mayor. After an altercation, the order
was procured, and arms taken out
amouuting to 15 dray loads. They
were taken to the fort.
It is regarded as not improbable that
the Federal forces wiil march upon
Wheeling and Martinsburg, Va., and
take Harper's Ferry in the renr.
The N. Y. Tribune's Washington
dispatch, says Mr. McMillen has just
got in from Richmond. He says that
there were 10,000 troops there—lo,ooo
at Norfolk—7,ooo at Harper's Ferry,
and that they were preparing to leavo
Richmond for the latter place. Busi
ness in those places was entirely sus
Orders have gone from the War De
partment directing Gen. Wool to as
sume command of Fortress Monroe.
The Providence Banks will take
$5,000,000 of the loan next week.
The Government has accepted two
regiments for three months, aud one
for three years from Kansas.
[For news of May 17th, see first
YREKA, May 29.—Douglas is dan
gerously ill at Chicago.
The Confederate States have issued
bonds for sso,ooo—payable in twenty
years, and bearing 8 per cent interest.
Two vessels loaded with tobacco,
were brought into Now York us prizes
by the steamer Yankee.
The Virginia State troops are being
distributed for the purpose of carrying
certain districts for Secession.
No fighting yet.
Gen. "Butler and Gen. McClellend
were preparing to invade Western Vir
ginia. Butler will march into Norfolk.
Arkansas has been received formally
into the Southern Confederacy.
ST. Louis, May 20th.—No express
matter is ullowed to go iuto Virginia
from the North.
Three tobacco schooners had been
taken by the Harriet Lane, aud had
arrive J at Philadelphia.
It is said that the North Ctrolina has
seized twenty vessels including live to
The rebels fired on the federal troops
in Cumberland county, Va., and then
Douglas, who has been very sick, is
better, unt his situation is critical.
There is no change in the general
aspect of aft'airs.
With the last number of the Pioneer
and Democrat , about terminating the
first half of the ninth volume, the edi
tor withdrew from the paper. This
was in accordance with a determination
partially formed before the meeting of
the Vancouver Convention, and was
solely on account of business troubles,
caused by the failure of the United
States to pay for services rendered fob
printing, aud for other government
work, performed matiy months ago.
In advance of my notifying my sub
scribers by circular, of this fact, a false
coloring, prejudicial to myself has been
given to the whole affair, for political
Having retired, as above mentioned,
lam not, nor have 1 been interested in
any negotiations, "with Mr. Garfielde or
the Republicans," as has beeu stated,
for any use of press, types, &o.
It being my intention to take no
part in tno present canvas*, except
simply to vote, I regret that misrepre
sentation has compelled rne thus to ap
pear before the public; but it has be
come proper to do so, in order that I
mav explicitly refntj these charges.
I have in my possession, a letter from
Mr. Garfielde to me, under date of 4th
June, from Mound Prairie, which cor
roborates this card. This letter can bo
seen by any one interested
Governor McQill haa been no
tied of the organisation of militia com*
panics at Port Townsend audOlympia.
Plmm Cevaty Kapaklieaa Comvratica.
Stbilacoom, W. T., June 1,1861.
Pursuant to notice, the Pierce Coun
ty Republican Convention met at the
Methodist Church iu Steilacoom, and
organized by electing J. M. Bachelder
Chairman, and J. V. Meeker Secretary.
The Coinmitteo on Resolutions ap- 1
pointed at a previous meeting, reported
the following resolutions:
litaoletd , Ist, That wo, the Republic
cans of Pierce and Sawamish counties,
in Convention assembled, do most
heartily endorse the principles enunci
ated in* the Chicago Platform; but that
in view of our great national trouble*,
which threaten the very existence of
our beloved Uuiou, we do not deem it
necessaiy, or expedient, to adopt it as
the sole rule and guide, but would ear
nestly cull upon citizens to staud shoul
der to shoulder by the Constitution of
our couutry, and to advocate on all oc
casions the" true doctrine, the Union of
of the States.
2d, That we do most cordially en
dorse the principles enunciated in the
Inaugural Address of President Lin
coln ; the policy of his Administration,
as far as developed and proclaimed;
\ and have entire confidence in his fidel-
I ity, patriotism, and ability to carry our
nation triumphantly through the pres
ent alarming crisis.
3d, That we deem any act of the
Territorial Legislature removing the
Capitol from the Sound to any other
portion of the Territory as that of gross
injustice to this section, and that we
will not support, directly or indirectly,
any person who will vote for such a
4th, That we aro entirely satisfied
with the choice of our late Territorial
Convention, and that we will use all
laudable endeavors to secure the elec
tion ot W. 11. Wallace as Delegato to
On motion, the resolutions were
On motiou, the Convention then
nominated the following county ticket:
Council —E. Meeker.
lieprcsentatires —C. 11. Spinuing and
' Lemuel Bills.
County Commissioner —Henry Murry.
Assessor —Peter Smith.
The nomination of Mr. Purdy, as
Joint Representative, was endorsed,
and all the nominations declared unan
On motion, the Secretary was in
structed to furnish" copies of the pro
ceedings of this Convention to the P.
& Herald, , Washington Standard, and
North' West, and request their publica
j Convention then adjourned,
j J. M. Baciiuldek, Ch'n.
J. V. Meeker, Secy.
The Pugct Sound Rifles have a
meeting at the School House, this (Sat
urday) evening, at 7 o'clock.
J AN. son BOND i: Co. —Tlio propri
etors of this extensive mercantile es
tablishment, at San Francisco are hold
ing out inducements to traders in this
section of the mountains to give them
a trial; and judging from the well
known rcpututiou of the firm, for hon
esty, fair and liberal dealing with their
customers, we recommend our friends
to them a trial. Their stock of various
goods and quality, has scarcely its supe
rior at the Bay.— Mountain Messenger.
TIIE WASHINGTON STANDARD.
l'roin thi* period until tbe election In July, we
will devote n large portion of our columns to sub
jects connected with the canvass, and of direct,
personal interest of our fellow citizens of Wash
ington Territory. We will always try to (give tbe
latest and most reliable news from our National
Government, and will strenuously endeavor to
make our paper tbe medium of circulating truth
ftiily the current evcut9 of tbe day.
llvlicving conscientiously that the true princi
ples of Republicanism are inseparably connected
with tbe h trmony, prosperity and perpetuity of
our couulry, we will take every occasion to assert
and maintain those principles to tbe best of our
lly the arrangements which we have made, our
labors and expenses will be unavoidably increased,
we therefore appeal to all our friends, not only
Republicans, but all others who are willing to
stand by tbe duly appointe4 authorities of our
country in all times of danger, and who uphold
fearlessly and manfully the supermacy of the Con
stitution and Laws against auarchy, rebellion and
treason, to aid and assist us in our labor* in the
cause of truth ami justice.
Will not our friends in each county aid us in
Our correspondents are particularly requested
to keep ns regularly advised of all important in
formation and news having reference to the ap
The following gentlemen are authorised to net
as agents for the STAXOABD:
J. L. RBCTOB, Walla Walla ;
Geo. W. Jos** and Levi FABVBWOBTB, Clark
NATUAXIEL STOXB, W. H. HABBU and E. 0.
HCBBIXUTOX, Cowlits Connty,
J. W. AXDBBSOX, Lewis County;
ALBCB C. SMITH and J. W. M'KBB, Chehalis;
J. V. MBBKBB, Pierce;
J. W. JOHNSON, King;
HBXBV C. WILSOX, Kitsap;
. C. M.. BBADSHAW and H. N. OFFCTT, Claim;
JOHX WEBSTIB, Port Madison.
SCBBCBIPTIOX—S3 00 per anaum; |1 00 for tlx
months ; 50 cents for the campaign, to be paid
invariably in advanet.
JOU.N M. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor.
Divine Service at St. John's Chapel every Bua
day morning, at il o'clock, aad evening at 7 o'-
clock. Also, Bible Class every Wednesday even
ing, at T o'clock, P. a.
D. Bun WILLS*, Missionary.
Divine Service every Sabbath at the V. B.
Church la the morning aad evening. Sabbath
School at 11. ».
Rev. R.J. KVAXS trill preach is the hatt of the
"Old Land Offlcs," on the fir*t, second, aad
fourth Sundays of each month at 11 o'clock A. a.
J. W. JOHNSON,
4TTORNEY AT LAW, Solicitor la Chsaiwy,
> aad Proctor la Adamltjr.
cattle, March. 1141. Htf
upiMH—w mom oinam
F«r Bekfite to CiifffM,
Jut Ul, IMI. 2»:to
—!»*> lirwyilll*, WWw BNk
uMI »•<*<• •fPataw-U pwl| m
preheated, —dmada la strict K««iuH will lkl»-
maceutical Imilk, aad U itrictlr (mimm Am
from Spirita, Mercury, aad Areeaic which MnM
qe nM #f ujr other kam prtftntiN of tfca
kiud. AittMdudßlitkli lout alUnlht, It
U unequalled. Il quickly tiMTM fro* Ikl ij*-
tcm *ll Mlrtli M iapui Uter,—M>mj,
Lead and Areeaic. For all chronic diieasos, than
Uno other ttaid; extant tkmt mill, er Beas earn,
Kkaaatin, Scrofula, 014 Sorea, Ml IkNa,
Ovttt, Ltakap, Pimple* on th« face and body,
Neuralgia, Paine la tb« joints, Chronic Sore Eyes,
Spring Fever, ladigastioa, Lirer Complaint' aad
di>« iijee arisiag from aa impure etata of Blood,
ijkiu and Kidney*, as quick aad eare, ea Ball'*
Sarsaparilia, Yellow dock aad lodide of Potaaa.
For sale' everywhere, for Oae Dollar; G Bottles
teut by wptw to any eddre* for Fire Dollars.
U. Hall a Co., Sole Proprietors.
Nos. 531 k 532 Clay St., Saa Francisco.
HJABDMAX'S YIMT POWDIBS.—This article of
Yeast I'owder will render all articles of food made
«>f flour or meal more nutritious, digestible, aad
wholesome, than any other yaaet powder la the
market. Wo qaole their coastaatly iacraasiag de
mand aa eridaace of their aKrit. For atle by all
I. O. O. F.
Olvmpia Lodge No. I, I. O. 0. F. meets every
Saturday eveningm Darnei' Building, oa Male St.
next duor to "Standard" Office. All members of
the Order iu good mending are invited to attend.
O. C. BLANKINBHIP, Sec y.
U. S. MAIL.
Ho! For the Mines!
MONTICELLO AND ASTORIA.
CAPT. R. IIOVT,
WILL leave Portland every morning (Sundays
excepted) nt 0 A. M., for
MONTICELLO, via VANCOUVER }
RETURNING, WILL LIATK
MONTI CELLO at 1 P. 31.
THC JKNNIK CLARK WILL COXN'BCT WITH Til
CAPT. ED. GIDDINGB,
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS,
With the mails for Astoria and intermediate
Slock of all kinds carried at the lowest rates.
For freight or passage apply at Hoyt's Wharf
Boat, Portland, or on board eitberstcanier atllon
Juuc 8, 18C1. 20:wS
90 BATTERY STREET,
SOLE Agent for Tllton k UcFarland's celebrated
Fire Proof and Burglar Proof SAFES. This
Safe is well known in the market for its unsur
passed fire-proof quality, having withotood in Cal
ifornia, as well as in the East, the hottest fires
known. We can refer to eudlcss certificates from
Surticx in our mining towns, where these Safes
iivc been subjected to the stout severe tests of iti
These Safes are secured by our Combination
Look. This Lock it in every respect the most se
cure oue iu use: it requires the key and combina
tion to open the Safe. If the key should be ab
stracted from the owner, it would be perfectly use
less without his knowing the combination,or men
tal key which the owner carries in his head.
To those who want a reliable Safe we offer the
above cheaper than any other in the market.
**\ large assortment on hand and to arrive.
* b F. TILBIAN,
90 Battery Street, San Francisco, Cat.
November 17, 18<J0i l:mO
CHARLES r. BOBBIN*,
Importer and Denier in
TYPE, PBBSQBS, PRIHTIHO KATEXIAL
INKS, CARD STOCK, Ac.
KM. 11l mm* 118 Clajr Street.
San Francisco, January sth, 1861. 10:ly
ULAI OAULIHBB, Pit.
CORNER OP SECOND AND MAIN STREETS,
Olympics W. T.
Board per wet V... W 00
Olvmpia, Nov. 23, 1860
To School Superintendent* and School Directors
of \V. T.—ln accordance with the duty devolving
upon me as Territorial School Superintended, I
would recommend a uniform system of school
book, throughout the Territory. After consulting
with several educator* and County Superintend
ents, we have agreed upon the following text
book,, and I would recommend them for adoption
as HOOU as practicable : ...
Town's Speller; Parker A Watson's Ist, 3d, 3d,
4th and Mb Renders; Webster's Unabridged Dic
tionary ; Ray's Arithmetic, parts Ist, Id and 3d;
Rays High-school do; Ray's Algebra, parts Ist
and 3d; Ray's Geometry; Ray's Surveying and
Trignometry; Clark's English Grammar, parts Ist
and Id; Cutter's Physiology; Cornell's Series of
Geographies; Wood s Botany. . .
Yours Truly, B. C. LIPPIXCOTT,
Superintendent Public Schools of W. T.
Olympia, April 10th, 1861. I3:tf
Gray's Harhor, W.T.
ALSO AT MONTEZANO, (THE COOKTY SKAT)
ON CUEHAUS RIVER.
J\EALER la General Merchandise is proparod
) to furnish soppUes to settlers in this section
country on reesonable terms.
Cheballs, December 31, 1860. 6:tf
"Vuuiu Rembdt.— Not lea than MO pn
tirata IW« th« nriou Ho»piUl» km hninJ
the eolobmtod im' <>—«* o«r*al im .mm
Heltrtivt, maanfhetnred by Dj. Atoiflßi «
Sun Francisco, and in tba usa of wbicb a Tory In
diridnnl baa found a apaedy and pomanant em.
Anongat tba tbonaandi of puma who haw ted
this inralnabla mid; within tbalaatfcw aaootha,
every onaof than karaexperienced tbaMat ben
fleiai raanlta. Tba bmwN Ml* of tbla JMtt
imeronw la iodtawublo proof of Ho oayorio*
offleaej. Tboao who baro aufefod worn wa
doatb ftooi Rheumatic poina, oipoiloyco apaody
and oßbctnal roliof from ito uo. m 4 mo Ub
Bonding tboir grataftti HlnwrMhMNto *
enterprising and scientific proprtoßr." For oaU
il whoieaafc and retail by bn..H. Anetrwo, nf
by Rsddwoto* M Co., Agbota,
S«n Frsnrlico, March IMI. W«9.
Just Received r
100 mmt "Tchut • 00.1
50*"* " nrrVft S*o?hwrß 081
A large st at Stare Ptpe,
at C. CBOBBV * CV.'S
Also isastsatly aa beaß ■
Aa InisdmMt. Tia wan?
tfrf aad Faa*y Ooftdi i
Orchard Oraas Bead, Be., Be.
id of which wa are ailliag eery cheat W cash
or coaatry peadtee. C. CBOSBY B CO.
Tarn water, Febraary », fMI. IS
WINDOW BLINDS, Doors, #iad«*a. Be.-,
■t a CBOBBV B eo/s
DBBBSBD FLOODING. Brick a»d Lime, at
C. CBOSBY B CO.'B
OILS aad Palate, at
C. CBOSBY B CO.'S
EABT BOSTON SYBTJP, at
C. CROSBY B CO.'S.Te* water.
Chas, E. Williams,
(Successor to 0. A. Barnes,—EsUblished 1813)
BARIWARE, TBI AIE, STOfB, HOD,
STEEL, GROCERIES, kc.
Olyapla, W. T.
HAVING recently received large accessions to
his stock, is aow offering amoogother Goods,
tbe tollowiag desirable articles
Burning Fluid aad Coal Oil, (Pure),
Coal Oil and Fluid Lamps,
Shades, Tabes, Globes, Chimneys, Wicks,
for makiag It galloas soft soap (wltk fall direc
tion •) price 63t cts.
Advance Cooking Stores,
with extension ovens,
(A very desirable patera with extra castings),
Garden Seeds (12) cents per paper).
Parlor ana Door Mats,
Bear. Bearer, Gopher, Bat and Mouse Traps,
Brass Curtain Cornices and Bands,
Wire and Safe Cloths, of all numbers,
Shoe Flidlin. a Fall Variety;
Comprising Lasts, Shoe Hammers, Kalres. Nails,
Pinchers, Pegs, Be.
llorae, Caw aa4 Sheep Bells, x
Extra Ilea try.
Palest trwicnl atfd Mill Saws,
(A very superior article),
Mechanic's Taals ssd Materials,
(a hill variety.)
Window-sash, Paints, Oil, Pntty and Glass j Var
nishes, Japan, Turpentine and Alcohol,
Pocket tad Table Cutlery, (largo assort
ment), Curry Combs and Horse
Brushes, (leather backs) Pow
der, Bhot, Balls, Lead aad
Caps, Bullet Moulds,
Wipers, Nipples, Ac.; Cable, Trace, llalter aad
Dog Chains; Sheep Shears aad Wool Cards,
Grub, Plaster aad Garden Hoes,
Mattocks, Brash Heaks,
Harsa Bakes, Cradles,
Bailer Bawls aad Trays, Ac.
JAPAN BLACK TEA.
iQTTin, Sheet Iron, Copper aad Brass Ware
manufactured and repaired.
N. B.—We have made such arrangements for
the purchase of articles, either in San Fraacisco
or New York, as we think caaaot bat give satis
Br Commission solicited. •
Olympla, AprU 6, 1861. 21:tf
H. A. Judson Co.,
(At th« Lata ttorv of W. X. Kutlodf*,)
OLTXPIA, W. T.,
AND DEALMB IX
BOOTS ud SHOES,
OILS, AC., AC., AC.
oa ■ ■
HV IfO CASE
Will Credit fee flreß Iter leßfer
thaa Thirty Bay*!
Olympia. Nov. >3, IMP. 3;tf
WM. G. DONLAP,
■MFOBTEB All IBll.f HI
BOOTS and SHOES, Ac.
AT THE OL» STAND,
CwMrcfltUi uiTfelii Wmte,
No poina spared to give satlsfkction to custosssrs.
Olympia, Nor. S3, iB6O. 3:tf
" LOOK HUB!
rrai SHATHVC AWBBAIB BBESS-
I lag Estnhllshssent on Mala Street, aonr the
Stage OMco, is still la operation, where the nader
slgaod will kskiffyto attead the vraats of his
P * tl **Wf AYING AW) HAfR DRESSnfG^
MT Hot aad sold baths at all hoars.
S. H. SOW.
Olympia, War. SO, IHO. 3:|y
rfO horn la iropUooe, aao> Hwn n< otiai
I hoata aio now being tnhon «rt at
«. a. 1111 *cm raw nm,
o« Bantnajboi Bay, wSaw ttoforie cool of mod
MrfMoat VMBOII *&*•
April (, im. nfy.
!■■■■» WAtlt mi»r i
riiiiiifc ft *•" ----- IIM
•MM. ttmm KM 1« at NPMBW, IMI, to «K«
Mtb at Jaaa.lM*, oa the following roalO, la the
Twwimj «T Waahiagtoa, will U wolwd afflto
Iki City of Waahiagtoa. utU Ip. m. «( tfaa *|k
day af to IIMM by tki IMb rftk*
_ !>. BteUaeooas City,
Ba*®tlo, vVkhAM, fort Li4ltVf
"umOlp^to wmt Unity B Ua.; iniH
at Whalaaai MXI Wodaaeday by •a. al. Latfa
Wkilcoa ereiy WadoaMay at II ■. j antra at
Olnuii aan tfatarday by «a. m.
■Ma far aar* fraaaeat trip* will ba tiasUstodr
*)M bida to extead to Victoria, la' ft* British
dree* to of ' , State (or Tet>-
ritorr) ot , ywp»w to aarry the Mails of
tM OaM States, fro at September l(t, INI, to
JriM M, I MO, oa raate Xo. 1277J, Mvcttf
1 Olpapto ud Wkatooo, aader tho ad vertleeeeent
of tbo PosteMster General, dated March lath,'
1801, IW tfie anneal MM of 'dollar*
flit mnf—ml M MA nil /Wf hwM/t c/ At
route, tie weight eflhtm-Hl It It nrrirf, OM Mf
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»ii»i atod,ot—, after careful uwailiw */ Me
lawe mw* arti'eas attacAed to <A« adrertitcment.
The aadersigned, teeiding ut - , Stat* (or'
Territory) of , aaderuk* that, If tho fore
going bid for carryiag tho mail oa roat* Xo. 12772
be accepted by the PosUan*ter General, tb* bid
der sbali, prior to the Ist day of Septrin
18 til, entor into tlie required obiigatioa, or con*
tract, to perform the service proposed, with good'
and sufficient ioretiea.
Thii rids, undmmimg dutmttly tht, obbjatione
and liaUUtiu attuned by guarantor! under the 27 (A
MtliM o/Me ae< o/ Conjreu if July 2, I#3C.
The nndertigned, postmaster at' , Stata
(or Territory) of , certifies, cuofca aik~ OATH
or orrica, that he it acquainted with the above
guarantor!, and know* tfaem to be men of pro*
party, aad able to make good their guaranty.
Containing conditiont to be incorporated in the con-'
tract* to tAt extent the department may deem proper.
1. The special agent* of the Post Office Do-'
pertinent, also post office blanks, mail bags, lock's
and keys, are to be conveyed without extra charge.
2. The route agent of the department, should'
it appoint one, also the British m»ils, whoa off
ered, are to be conveyed Without charge, and for'
his exclusive use, while travelling with the mails,
a commodious apartment is to be provided by the
contractor, under the direction of the depart
3. No pay will be made for trips dot performed
and for each of such omissions, not satisfactory
explained, three times tbe pay of the trip may be
deducted. For arrivals so fur behind time as to
break connection with depending mails, and not
sufficiently excused, one fourth of tbe compensa
tion fcr tbe trip is subject to forfeiture. Deduc
tion will also be ord:rc J tor n grade of
ance inferior to that specified iu the contract.
For repeated delinquencies of the kind, herein spe
cified, enlarged penalties proportioned to the na
ture thereof and the importance of tho mail, may
4. For leaving behind or throwing off the'
mails, or any portion of them, or for boing con
cerned in setting up or running an express con
veying intelligence in advance of the mail, a
quarter's pay may be deducted.
5. Fines will bo impend, unless the delin
quency be promptly and satisfactorily explained
by certificates of postmasters or the affidavits of
Other creditable persons, for failing to arrive iu
contract time; for neglecting to take the mail
from or deliver it Into a post office: for suffering
it to be wet, injured, destroyed, robbed, or lost;
and for refusing, after demand, to convey the asan
as frequently as tbe contractor runs, or is con
cerned in running a conveyance on tho route.
6. The Postmaster General may annul the con-'
tract for repeated failures to run agreeably to co*«'
tract; for violating the Post Office laws, or diso
beying the instructions ot the department; for
running an express as aforesaid; or for transport-'
ing persons or packages conveying mailable mat-"
ter out of the mail.
7. Tbe Postmaster General miy order an in
crease of service on a route by allowing there
fore a fro rata incrosse on the contract par. lid
may change schedules of departarcl and arrivals
if the running time be not abridged.
8. A bid received after the last day and hottr '
named, or without the guaranty required by' Utf'
and a certificate as to the sufficiency of such guar
anty, cannot b» considered in competition with
a regular proposal reasonable in amount.
9. Bidders should first propose for service'
strictly aeeordidg to the advertisement, and then;'
if they dtsire, inttraitly for different service; and
if the ngrular bid oe the lowest offered for thd ad
vertised service, the other propotetiotfrnMy Ill
10. Each bid must b; guarantied by two res-"
11* The department reserves the right to' re-~
ject any hid which may be doomed extravagant,.
and also to disregard the bids of foiling contract
ors or bidders.
IS. The hid should be sealed, superscribed'
" Mail Ptoposals, Territory pt Wkahirfguto,"
addressed "Second Assistant Postmaster Oca-'
oral, Contract Office," and sent by asait, not tar,or
to an agent; and postmasters will not enema'
proposals (orkUcrs of aay ksnd) In'their q«ar-~
13. The contracts art to be executed an# re
turned to the department by or before the Ut mm
•f StfUmkcr, IMIJ hat the service must be CMs-' '
uenced on that data, whether the contracts hp .
executed or not.
11. BLAIR, Putmlu'tr Om*rmt.
POST Omci IteruTimT, March It, IMI.
By Tirtue of an execution, luyed by tin CM*
of »* District Court, of the 3d Judicial District' ,
of Washiagtoa Territory, I kin kvM apoa, solv*
ed, lid token into m«nllh, the ftllowiaf dda-'
cribed mi estate, which 1 will proceed M *ll if
public uctioa, on Tncedny, the IMh dny of JaMf r
1111,11 the hour of 1 o'clock r. M.,nt the »tore efH.
A. Judeoo* Co., la the Towner Oljapla, W.T.,
•iixAU that lot or panel of groaad Id' the*'
Tow* of Otanpia, described, aad bounded u JW*
Iowa: Beginningon llala Street, SO fat from'
the eoath-west corner of the east aad Waw an«V
la Block No IS. aad running eeatherty SO A#
with aald Mala Stmt; (hanca easterly 110 that;
thaaca northerly SO feat; thence westsrly IkOAMt,
to the place of beginning; with all the biilldliifa,
aad apparteaaacea thereunto belonging; aad «Mv
lottoae, (I), two, (1), •eren,(T). aad eight,
la Block aiaetj one, (01), in we Town of Oly*N*<
Said property la to bo told to aatisfy aa exeqn- .
ttoa rendered by the aforesaid Conrt, oa thd' tSt#
day of SapteaAer, 10C0, for the tea of twothaa
aaaad flra hundred aad forty ■eight dollars eat 1 '
•Ixty-eix ceate, together with costs aad atoms,. ■
la fctor of ffm. M. Butledgn, aad- tgelast Bf.iT
Judaea. . WllZutf BILUHOS, ■
Sheriff of Thaistoa County.
Olytapia, May SO, IMI. Nnrt "
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