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£00(1* of value. The alarm extends to Lex
ington: though no panic, their was much ex citement and apprehension of a visit aad vi olent results, from the men of Kansas. Lexington, Mo., Aug. 27.—The steamer hive Oak was captured last night by a small band of guerillas, who robbed th« boat and passengers and let both go. Charleston, Aug. 22d.—At two o'clock this morning the enemy commenced shelling <he city from the batteries of the marsh be tween Morris and James' Islands, five miles from the city. Twelve eight inch shells fell into the city, No casualties have occurred. The transaction is regarded as outrageous, anil a violation of civilized warfare. Atlanta, Ua., Aug. 21. —A dispatch of the 20th, from Canton, Miss., says the Yankees have burned one-fourth of the town of Gre nada, in a late raid to that place. A letter from 1' orrcst's command says Col. Dibble had a fight with eight regiments of Yankees at Sparta on the 17th, and repulsed the Yanks with a loss of forty or fifty killed. Dibble's force was only 600. St. Louis, Aug. 27. —A Leavenworth tele gram says Jim Laiie ha:l returned to Law rence. The force under his command killed •eleven guerillas. Lane is organizing a force to proceed to Missouri early in September. One hundred and sixty bodies had been bur ied in Lawrence up to yesterday morning. JB2 buildings were burned, 85 widows and 210 orphans were made by this raid. Dispatches received at headquarters from Pilot Knob, say Col. Woodson's cavalry made a raid to Pocahontas, Arkansas, and routed several bands of guerillas, captured 100 pris oners, among whom is Jeff. Thompson and stall'. New York, Aug. 27. —The Araso from 'Charleston Mar. wiili dates to the S2,">th, has arrived, with despatches dated Morris island, August L'l h, nt n I 111, says Admiral D.ihlgren, nt midnight on Saturday, with live monitors, bombarded Sumter until (i o'clock. The fort •was struck over one hundred times, the balls g.iing through the wall. The whole parapet was earred away. Sumter tired one gnu live times, hut Forts .Moultrie, (Jregg and Heaure ganl tired 300 shells at the monitors. 1 hey were struck several times but no harm done. Sumter i.-i now defunct. Tim last gun was dismounted yesterday. To-day tlio grand army and naval attack 011 Forts Wagner and (iregg takes place. Now that Sutnter is de funct, tin- rebels will lie driven from Morris Island, Gilmore is determined to have pos session to-night. (iilmore on Thursday no:ilied Ueauregard that it he did not surrender the forts he would shell the city in :.'4 hours. No attention was paid to the demand, and on Friday night (iilmore threw fifty shells, charged with Greek lire into Charleston. <hi Saturday afternoon Beauregard sent a flag of truce, with an ear nest protest, denouncing this Greek tire as a most villainous compound, unwoithy civi lized nations and demanding more lime. The English, French and Spanish consuls nlso denounced tlm short time given, and claimed more time to remove the subjects of ■their countries. Gilinoro replied by renew ing his demand for surrender. lle.-Ajregard asked for forty hours, (iilmore refused time 011 auy terms but unconditional surrender. At o'clock last night shelling with Greek tire was renewed. It is gem* rally thought that the Stars anil Strijies will wave over Sumter to-night. Evidently there is trouble in Charleston. It Is not believed there uro over twenty men in the ruins of Sumter. ller guns are now mounter! on Sullivan's Island. The end is ■approaching. San Francisco. Aug. 27.—Greenbacks, 84. iteiu / . ' I . • iVutiic lu Absent Uulenjiiudi. Territory of Washington, t 111 the District Court > of the Second Ju- County of Cowlitz, j ilicnl District. To K/.r.i Towner and Elizabeth Towner: You nre hereby notified, that 11. S. Jacobs lias tiled a ■complaint against you in said court, which will come on to be heard at the first term of the court, which shall commence more than two months af ter the fifth day of Septembet, A. I)., 1803, and unless you shall appear at said term and answer snid complaint, the same will tie taken for con fessed nnd the prayer thereof will be granted. The object and prayer of said complaint is the foreclosure of a mortgage of certain land in Cow litz county, executed by you on the 20th day of May, A. D., 1802, to secure tlie payment of a promistorv note made on the same day by you the said Ezra Towner, in favor of tlio said 11. S. Jacobs, for 5-344 HO-OOO; and for the recovery of the amount of said note and interest thereon from the date thereof at one per ecu', per mouth. Complaint tiled Ist of September, A. I)., 1803. UlltllS k HILL, I'ltf s Attvs. [l*. S. Stamp, SO cents.] September sth, 18fi3. 43:m3 FORSAbEAT LOW PRICES. THE undersigned being desirous of removing from'thj Territory, will dispose of bis real es tate and personal property at low prices, consist ing in part of his stable, wagon shop, blacksmith shop and the lots upou which she samo arc erected, tieing on 3d Street between Main nnd Washington streets ; also ten horses, young nnd in good condi tion; three buggies, two sulkies, one thorough brace wagon, one lumber wagon, oue dray, a va riety of Middles, harness, &c., 4c.; also my resi dence, which is n neat cottage situated on Fourth street, between Main and Columbus streets ; also two acres of land ndjoining the cnpitol ground of the Territory; also at Steilacoom, the south-west Jialf of lot 0 in block 10, and the saloon upou the same erected ; also lot 7. in block 10, and the stable. All of the real property is in the best bus iness part of either place, and the personal prop erty is in good order. Terms made known upou application to the undersigned at Olvmpia. J. J. WESTBItOOK. Olvmpia. Sept. sth, 1803. 43:in0. ». PHILLIPS A. BAHXKS. D. Phillips & Co., (Successors to D. Phillips \ Son. J DFALEIIS IN DRY fiOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS, AND CLOTHING. Main Street, Olvmpia, W. T., Jan. 1803. B:tf Administrator'* Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned has hern appointed Administrator upou the "state of O. XV. Davidson, deceased, late of Claim county. All persons indebted to said estate ure requested to make immediate payment, and those having demands against the same must present them within one vear from date, or be forever barred. DANIEL SMALLEY, Adm'r. New Claim county, June 20, 1863.* THE CHEAPEST Book and Stationery DBPOT ON THE PACIFIC COAST ! Established Over Fourteen Years J OPPOSITION to the San Francisco Monopolist for supplying the Trade with— Neirtpaper*. Lithograph *, School Book*, Music, Medical Book*, Letter Paper, Cheap Publications, Photographs, Ilallock's J3ookH, Novels, Blank Book*, Stationary, sr. MY NEWSPAPER, MAGAZINE, BOOK, No matter where published can be furnished. Qj* Address cash orders to, .1. W. StIiMVAV, News Agent, mid Kookscller, San Francisco. Sept. sth, 18C.'I. 4ri:tf Special MOTHERS! MOTHERS! MOTHERS!!! Don't fail t<» procure Mrs. WINSI,OW\S SOOTH ING SYKUI' for CIIII.DKKN TEETHING. Thin valuable preparation is the prescription ofone of the best feinnlo physicians und nurses in the United States, and has been used for thirty years with never failing safety and success by millions of mothers and children, from the feeble infant of one week old to the ailidt. It not only relieves the child from dain, but in vigorates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will al most instantly relievo iirijtiiij/ in the Huu viv, ami Wiml Cholic. We believe it the Best and Surest Remedy in the World, in all cases of RYSKNTKIIY and OIAIIIIIKEA IN CIIII.DUKN, whether it arises from Teething or from any other cause. Full directions for using w ill accompany each bottle. None genuine unless the fac-simile of CURTIS it PER KINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper. Sold by all Medicine Dealers, Principal Office, IS Pey Street, NEW YORK. PRICE ONLY 2I CUNTS run llorn.u. RKDINGTOX X- CO, 41(1 and 118 Front Street, San Francisco, [l'l.m'i] Agents for California. •• • ' -- A Sure Tliln?. Pr. J. C. Young, upon the receipt of one dollar, will send to any part of California, Nevada Territory, Oregon or Washington Territory, a prescription, with full and complete directions, that will secure the possessor against the possibility of contracting any private com plaints. Very simple, very safe and very sure. It can not fail in its action. Having been very successful in his profession, nn<l accumulated a fortune in this State, the Doctor wishes to devote his time to the interests of mankind generally, nml to the rising generation in particular, that they may eome into the world at least Messed with pure and uucoiitaniinatcd blood, a good constitution, (a fortune in itself,) and perfectly frue from th.it Scourge of the Age—Hereditary Venereal. He is thus induced to olfer his valuable prescriptions for an amount simply sufficient to cover absolute expenses. Dr. J. C. Young has practiced in this city for up wards of thirteen years, and his constant success has qualified him to prescribe remedies that are positive in curing and preventing auy form of the venereal, lie otters this success as a guarantee, and pledges his pro fessional reputation upon the ellicacy of the articles ad ministered. Address, (enclosing one dollar, with stamp to pay return postage,) Dlt. J. C.YOI'NO, 01-5 Commercial street, opposite the Mint, ban Francisco, Oal. N. H.—Those already afflicted tire referred to the Doc tor's advertisements in another column, in which he tilcdifes himself by his motto —No Ci hk, No Pay —to fulfil hiii obligations. Raid and ('oiuult. UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON TERRITORY. ril!IK university established nt Scuttle on I'ngct I Sound by Legislative enact incut, nnd in ac cordance with nn net of Congress approved July 17th 1854, being completed, now opens its doors to all those who desire to avail themselves of the facilities it ntTords for acquiring a thorough nc acijiiuiiituuce with the common and higher English branches, and also the usual Collegiate course of Studv. The Hoard of Regents have recently elected W. K. Bariiiird, A. M.. President of the University. Mr. Barnard is a graduate of Dartmouuth Col lege, and was for two years at the head of one of the most nourishing Acadcini"s of Xew England. His subsequent experience as Principal of La Cre ole Academy nt Dalles, Oregon, nnd still later, the reputation he acquired while connected with the Willamette University nt Salem, as n thorough teacher mid disciplinarian, justify the expecta tion that the University of Washington Territory under his manngament, will rank second to none on the I'acilie. Const. CALENDAR. The School Year will be divided into four Ses sions of eleven weeks each : First or Fall Session opens, Sept. 7, 1803. Second or Winter Session opens Nov. 30, 1803. Third or Spring Session opens February 15th, 1804. Fourth or Summer Session, opens Mny 9th, 1804. Coitrso of Study, The studies that ench scho'nr shall pursue, will be determined by the instructors, while the wishes of the patrons will be coin plied with, so far as they mny not conflict with the systematic progress of the student. All will be required to pursue Heading, Orthography, Writing, Ocogrnphy nnd Mental Arithmetic, or pass a satisfactory examin ation in the same before engaging iu more ad vanced studies. Classes formed at the commence ment of the Fall Term, will continue without in terruption through the year, or until the subjects considered shall have been mastered. It is there fore very desirable that those purposing to join the School, do so at the commencement of the year, as those coming Inter must join classes al ready formed. DISCIPLINE. No student will be allowed to retain n connec tion with the school whose habits are such as to render hiiu nn unfit compnrion, or who will not render n ready compliance with the regulations of the School. Frequenting of saloons, and attend ance upon theatres and balls, nre not allowed, but students nre required to be at their, respective plnccs of nbodc nt stated hours. A respectful ob servance of the Sabbath is required, and at 3 o'clock 11.l 1 . M., each Sahhnth, the Students will pssemblc nt the University Chapel to stud/ the Scriptures as a Bible Class. The reading of the Scriptures, regarded as the only safe text book of morals, will be a daily ex ercise of the school. BOARD. A limited number of Students can be accommo dated at the Hoarding House on the University Grounds by making immediate application, while a few can find accommodation in private families in the town. Price of Board $3 to $4 per week— washing, lights and fuel extra. TUITION RATES: Primary Department, per quarter, - $6 OC Academic, 8 00 Collegiate, - - - - - 10 00 Payable in advance. No deductions made for absence except in cases of protracted sickness. Books and Stationery can be obtained at the City Book Store. For further particulars address the President. W. E. BARNARD, A. M. August 22, 1863. [n4o:sw. XilttXo G-lant FAMILY mm MACHINE CO., MILLER & BUCKLIN, Agents. NO. 203, MONTGOMERY STREET, RUSS BLOCK, SAN FRANCISCO. l*rlce reduced to sl3, Instead of fllO practically develop and perfect the Sewing Machine art is to carry joy and gladness to iio small portion of the civilized world; but to render the Sewing Machine art in the highest dc. grce useful, it is necessary— 1. To divest the Sewing Machine of every loose and clumsy attachment, and every fancy and com plicated contrivance. 2. It must be simple in its construction through out, that it may be easily understood and readily adjusted. 3. It must be ccrtnin in !ts results. 4. It must be adapted too griat range of work as most families can have but one machine for all kinds of sewing. 5. It should be strong nnd durable in all its parts. The above nnd more wo claim for the Lit tle Giant Family Sewing Machine. It is an easy task to offer high-sounding references and men tions—and still easier to publish nonsensical med al talk of Flippant anil Flattcriug testimonials — which is of no earthly service to the buyer, since the poorest machines furnish them in the greatest abundance, and that too of necessity, to conceal their lack of merit. The Giant Family Sewing Machine has passed the fiery ordeal of all ma chines, both high and low, for the past year, and the severe scrutiny of the most skeptical, but has come out unscathed, and now stands before the public as the best f. mily sewing machine in use. Cast oil' machines are advertised daily for low and half prices, which are worthless, the public well know. We, therefore, would seek simply nn intelligent examination of the merits of our ma chines in comparison with the high priced ma chines. Every machine warranted nnd kept iu order free of charge. liecollect, Price only S&ls. N. B. We have no connection with any oilier ngcuey, firm, or company whatever. A full sup ply of Machines, lIEMMERS, Needles, Silk, Twist, and everything appertaining to Scwirg Machines, constantly ou hand, wholesale or retail. Orders promptly uttended to. MILLER k BI'CKLIN". General Agents for the Little Giant Family Sew ing M ichincs, 'JO;i, Montgomery Street, Ituss Block, San Francisco. n-20:.1—in. MierilPN Sale. BY virtue of uu execution issued by the clerk ofthe District Court of the 3d Judicial Dis trict, nnd to me directed, I have levied upon, seized and taken into execution, the following ins cribed town nits or real estate, to wit : l.ots No. 4 and & block No 11, together with the dwelling house thereunto belonging, ill Swan's addition to thetown of Olyripiu, and will proceed to sell the same at public auction, to the highest bidder (or cash, as the law directs, on Saturday, the 12th day of September. A. 1). IHU.'I, at the hour of one o'- clock i'. u., at the court-house door in Olympia ; said sale being to satisfy a judgment of the District Court in favor of F. W. Hunt vs. B. Ciillaghun. for the sum of two hundred and thirty-two dollars and forty-six cents, and costs of suit amounting to twenty-six dollars and seventy cents, nnd increased costs. R. W. MOXLIK, Sheriff of Thurston county. Olympia, Aug. 15, 18UJ. 40:w4 MRS. MARY BROWN, WATER-CURE Uyicuic f)hpiri;tu ;md Iftichvifc, WEST OLYMPIA, W. T. A FTEII nn experience of twelve venrs in the J\ treatment of diseusn according to the prin ciples of Water-Cure and Hygiene, feels justified in offering her services to the public, believing there «re tndi.y who prefer that mode of treat ment to the use of drugs. West Olympia, June, 1803. 31 :.'tms SCHOOL. STUDIES will lie resumed intl.e. Private School conducted byJuhn P. Juilsou, on Monday, the 10th day of August. GENERAL REGULATIONS. No pnpil will be admitted for a shorter period tlinu half a quarter, and nodeduetion will be made for time lost or quarter not completed. Pupils will be received at uuv time during the year, and chnrged from the dny of admission. Visits can only be made by parent*, guardians, and such as are invited by the Principal. Prepayment will bo invariably demanded, and no pupil will be admitted without a compliance with the regulations, unless some special arrange ment has beep made with the Principal. A liberal deduction wiltbemade where there is more than one pupil sent from the same family. TEBMB OF TUITIOX. Primary Department per qr. of 11 weeks, $5 00 Junior " " " '• 8 00 Senior " " " "11 00 JOHN P. JUDSON, Principal. Olympia, W. T., July 28th, 1803. 38:tf J. H. KELLETT, SADDLE, HARNESS AND 111 MANUFACTURER, AND DRAMtR IN O ADDLERY Hardware, Saddle Trees, Block and O Bent .Stirrups, etc. Shop on Main street, sign of the Big Collar. Prlees to suit the times. Hides and l'roducetaken in exchange,and cash never re fused. Olympia, September 2G, 1862. 40 • GEO. L. KENNY, ■ | A VINO withdran from the firm of 11. 11. Ban -1~1 croft * Co., has this day associated himself Mr. J. D. ALEXANDER, and will continue the BOOK ASD STATIONARY BUSINESS, In All Its Branches, At 606 and 608 Montgomery street, SHERMAN'S BUILDING, Opposite the old stand, under the name of KENNY It ALEXANDER. Ban Francisco, May 20, 1861. 29:m3 CHARLES F. ROBBINS, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES,PRIHTIJTG MATERIAL INKS, CARD STOCK, Ac. *•». 11l and 118 Clay Street. San Francisco, January sth, 1861. 10:1/ D. S MAIL LINE Olympla every— HjjUFK*' Monday, Wednesday and Friday, At 8 o'clock A. x. for Steilacoom City; Returning will leave Steilncoom every— Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, At 8 o'clock A. M. J. D. LAMAN, Proprietor. Olympia, July 28, 18U:i. 38:tf r. 8. INCOME TAX. PUBLIC attention is called to the laws of the United States, approved July 18U2, in relation to the excise tux, Ac., and particularly the UOth section, page 81. By a careful examination of that section of the law it will l.e observed that the law contemplates that all persons shall pay a na tional tax on all gains, profits, or income, derived from any source whatever, less tftiiJO, and except hs therein excepted. Iftlie train, profit or income exceed §(j'JU aiid docs nut exceed ten thiUsind dol lars, a duty'of three per centum, on the amount of such annual gain, profit, or income, over and above the said sum of six hundred dollars : and if said income exceed the sum of ten thousand dol lars, n duty of live per ccntuui upon the amount thereof exceeding six hundred dollars, and upon the annual gain, profits, or income, rents and div idends accruing upon any property, securities and stocks owned in the United .States, by any citizen of the United States residing abroad, except as therein excepted, •' there shall be levied collected and paid a duty of five per centum." The Si Ist section provides : " That in estimating said annual gains, profits, or income, whether subject to a duty, as provided in this act of three per centum, or of live per centum, all other na tional, state and local taxes lawfully assessed upon the property or other sources of income of any person ns aforesaid, which said annual year's profits or income of such person is or should he divided, shall be first deducted from the gains, profit* or income of the person or persons who ac tually pay the same." The public arc referred to the section for other exceptions : " And the 'liltv herein provided for shall be assessed and collecte 1 upon the income for the year ending the thirty first day of December next preceding the time f o levying and collecting said duly, that is to say, on the lirxt day of May, eighteen hundred ami sixty-three, and in each year thereafter:'' subject, to the proviso in said section which is referred to. The !>'id section provides: '■ Tlmt tlio duties on incomes herein imposed shall he due and pay able on or before the thirtieth dayof June, IHU.'I," &c., with the penalties annexed upon non-pay ment, which the public are respectfully referred to, and also, section !>.'), in relation to the parties that should make returns, tic. From the above and the law, it is apparent that it will be the duly of every person or persons lia ble to the income tax. to make up his or their ac counts of gains, profits, or income, from every source whatever, that tliev may be enabled to ren der to the assistant assessors, on or before the first day of May, lHti.t, an intelligent account of their gains, profits and Incomes from any and nil sources whatever. And particularly so, as each person will be required in every case to certify that it is a true and faithful statement of their ' gains, profits, or income, whether derived from any kind of property, rents, interests, dividends, salary, or from any profession, trace, employment, or voca tion, or from any other source whatever, from the first day of January to the iilst dayof Dec., IHG2, both days included. It will be observed that the law does not intend to lay « duty upon what a man necessarily consumes in living, it therefore is wisely provided that 000 dollars slmll be exempt from this tax, yet it is equally clear that if a nntn chooses to live extravagantly, or otherwise con sume or expend treble that amount, or the entire amount of his gains, profits, or income, he is still liable to pay a tax on all over t>oo dollars. The income tax for the year IHO'J, is assessable on the first day of May, IHIiM, and is due and pay able on or before the MOth June, 1803, and any sums duo nnd unpaid forthirtv days after the 30th June, aforesaid, nnd ten days after demand by the Collector, live per centum will be added to the umouut unpaid. JOHN O. SPARKS, I'. S. Assessor for District of Washington Tel. Office of the I". S. Assessor, for the } District of Washington Territory, }■ Olympia, April 17, 18i;:t. J The Washington Statesman and tlohirn Ayr will copy the above one month, and forward their ac counts to this office. [2:i-tf.] PHELAN'S Billiard. Saloon. TIIR above Billiard Saloon, with EIGHT FIRST CLASS PIIKLAN TAHLKS, is now open to the public. The Cushions on these Tables are the latest patent, and are a great improvement on their predecessors. The ROOM is fitted up so ns to combine ELEOANCE with COMFORT. The bar » ! U be kept supplied with the very choicest brands of Wines, lilqLUors. «b Socars, And the subscribers hope, by strict attention, to merit the patronage Of all who udmiit. and prac tice the GAME OF BILLIARDS. DAN. LYNCH, M. K. IIlit!IIKS, •5-iO and Montgomery st., Opposite the New Metropolitan Theatre. Tne subscriber begs to inform the public that the above mentioned BILLIARD SALOON is ago intended to serve us a show and salesroom for PHELIK'S Patent Combination CuMblonM and Model Bil liard 'rubles, And Billiard Trimmings of every description. Parties desirous of purchasing Billiard Tables will thus have an opportunity of selecting from a va ried assortment, both in style nud finish, and can also test the superiority claimed for tho Cushions and Tables. Mr. DAN. LYNCII will always be on hand, and ready to give all required information with regard to the merits of these JUSTLY CELE BRATED BILLIARD TABLES. Tho subscribe! cordially invites all interested parties to eall and examine. M. E. HUCIIES. Agent for Phelan's Patent Combination Cush ions and llodern Billiard Tables. Sun Francisco, July 18, 1801. 38:mfl* EDWARD A. MORSE A CO., IMPORTERS AND DBALBRS IN DOORS, WINDOWS ADD BUNDS, WOULD inform the trade in California, Ore gon and Washington Territory that they hare opened a now establishment for the sale of DOORS, WINDOWS AND BLIXbS of every des cription. One of the partners residing in Boston (who has shipped the above goods to this market since 1849,) enables us to keep a thorough and extensive as sortment, which we will sell at as low prices as any In this market. Parties sending for goods by letter ran rely oi having the same at as low prices as if ordered in person. Orders by letter or otherwise will be promptly and faithfully fulfilled! We also attend to the buying and selling of oth er merchandize. EDWARD A. MORSE * CO., 11 and 13 California St., asd 114 and 110 Marke St., San Francisco, and JOHN HALL, 173 Black stone St., Boiton. 6: J. G. SPARKS, OLYMPIA, W. T. OFFICE on Fifth Street, between Main and Washington. Olynipia, April 18, 1863. 23:tf XT. Mm CEO. H. BELL, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 611 Montgomery Street, Corner Merchant Street, San Franeiteo. AMERICAN and FOREIGN SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY —re*— MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, And liodicah. SUBSCRIPTION'S received to Newspapers, Mag azines and other I'eriodkAls. A circular will befsent to any person, on request, giving an ex tended list of periodicals, with the prices annexed. The following arc among the most popular : Per Anaum Harper's Monthly ft 3 60 Godey's Lady's Book 3 so Leslie's Magazine 3 60 Peterson's Magazine ... 2 50 Lc Bon Ton or Fashion 5 50 The World of Fashion 5 50 The Ladies' Repository 3 50 Arthur 1 * Home Magazine 350 Men/i Museum 150 Atlantic Monthly 3 50 Continental Monthly 3 50 Knickerbocker Magazine 3 55 Eclectic Magazine 5 50 Bullou's Magazine 2 20 Hall's Journal of Health 1 50 All the Year Round (English) 4 50 Once a Week 6 SO London Society. 5 50 Cornhill Magazine 5 50 Temple Bar 5 50 London Lancet 5 50 Braitnwaite's Retrospect 2 50 Hunt's Merchant's Magazine b 50 Chambers's Journal 3 50 London Art Journal 10 00 Blackivood 350 The 4 Foreign Reviews and Blackwood 12 00 The Horticulturalist 2 50 The Gardener's Monthly. 2 00 The Country Gentleman 2 50 The American Agriculturalist (75 The Working Farmer 2 50 Harper's Weekly 50 Leslie's Illustrated Paper 3 50 Leslie's Pictorial History of the War, for bers 4 00 Harper'* Pictorial History of the Rebellion, for 12 number* 4 01) New York Illustrated New*.... > £0 Flag of our Union & 50 Illustrated London News 13 OiJ Illustrated New* of the World 13 00 The Queen Illustrated 13 00 London Punch 6 50 New York Weekly Ledger 3 00 New York Mercury 3 00 Waverley Magazine 3 50 Scientific American.... 3 50 Phrenological Journal 1 50 Water Cure Journal 1 50 Banner of Light 3 50 Herald of Progress 2 50 Wilkes' Spirit of the Time* 4 50 London Weekly Dispatch 13 00 Loudon Public Opinion 11 00 Loudon Saturday lie view 13 00 Yankee Notious 2 00 Niek-Nax 2 00 Vanitv Fair 3 50 Philadelphia Sunday Mercury........ 3 00 I'hiladolphu Dollar Newspaper 2 00 Missouri Republican. 3 40 I<eslie'* l'udget of Fun 2 50 New York Herald for California 3 50 New York Weekly Tribune 2 50 New York Weekly Time* 2 50 New \ ork Weekly W0r1d...................... 2 50 New York Weekly Journal of Commerce 3 50 New York Independent...* 3 00 Forney's War Press 3 50 llostoii Journal 3 50 lloston Transcript.... 3 50 Boston Pilot 3 50 Sacramento Weekly Cnion 5 00 £3" Address GEO. H. BELL. 011 Montgomery it., corner of Merchant Street. 29:3tn San Francisco. Popular Family Journals. VjIOWLEII AND WELLS, NEW YORK, PCB ■r lish the following Popular nnd Scientific Se rials, which afford an excellent opportunity for bringing before the public ull subjects of gcucral interest. "Life Ilhutr&ted." A first class Weekly Pictorial newspaper, devo ted to News, Literature, Science and the Arts ; to Entertainment, Improvement, and (teneral Progress. Its columns coutnin original Essays, Historical Biographical and descriptive Sketches of travel and adventure, poetry, painting, music, sculpture, etc.; articles on science, agriculture, horticulture, physiology, education, and every to pic which is of importance or interest all combin ing to render it one of the best Family Newspa pers in the world. Published weekly, at two dollars a year in vnncc. 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WARRANTED to make LIGHT, SWEET «nd NUTRITIOUS BREAD. SQUALLY ADAPTED TO Loactt, Hot Bitcuil, Buckwheat, And Other Cake*, Gingerbread, and Caktt of all Kindt. t®T Warranted fully equal to any in the Mar ket. ASK FOR REDIXOVOX J- CO.'S YEAST POWDERS, And take no other, If jro« would hare unifoimly good bread. Manufactured and sold at wholesale, by REDIOOTON * CO., 400 and 411 Clay-street, San Francisco. OLYMPIA AND SAN FRANCISCO LINE Of Regular Packets. rpHE undersigned, having made arrangement* I with ths owners of the various saw-mills at tie head of Puget Sound, for return cargoes of pilos and lumber, will run a regular line of good vessels from San Francisco to Olympi* direct, iWUnfl «t Port Townsend, Seattle and Steilacoom. Bark " Ann Parry" .Gore, Master. " "Iwanowna" -Smith, " i' ii j^fossachusetts*'.•••• ••»•••• «.»».Shander ' u (new clipper bark)...Mclntyre * v GEORGE CHASE. For particulars of freight and passage apply to C. Crosby k Co., Tumwater. 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