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Walla Walla Washington Statesman (Newspaper) - April 11, 1863, Walla Walla, WashingtonThe Washington statesman saturday ?3?i? i i Lfeo �. The news. N 7 77 the rebels have made another raid into Kentucky but their numbers Are . So far they have not achieved any results favourable to their cause and. The Railroad communications with the Union i army in Tennessee have in no Case been laundered. It is reported that the invading Force is commanded by gen. Longstreet who is opposed by gen. Burnside. The operations of the unionists on the Mississippi Are not clearly reported but it is certain that Admiral Farragut has passed the rebel batteries at port Hudson and was above Natchez on the 16th of March. The Union gun boats had descended Yazoo pass to the rear of Vicksburg and i barked a powerful land Force to attack Haynes Bluffs which is thought to be the i key of the rebel position. Gen. Rosekrans was in momentary expectation at last dates of being attacked by general Joseph e. Johnsons command. It appears that the confederates have been heavily reinforced in ten Nessee and Are prepared to take the Offen Sive nothing but the badness of the roads preventing Active operations. Gen. Bose Krans is sanguine of his ability to hold his ground. Allis quiet on the Potomac with the usual report that the army is to March to Richmond. It is thought that the rebels Are considering the propriety of evacuating their capital and transferring the seat of War to the West. No doubt they will it for All that the army before Washington will to prevent it unless there is a change in the management of matters in that Quarter. The rebels have so Long had their own Way in that Quarter that they think they have a right to As they please. Several bloody cavalry skirmishes have occurred on the right Ank of gen. Hooker s forces in which the confederates got the worst of it. The world renowned j. E. B. Stuart commanded the rebels and received a severe thrashing from gen. Aver Ell. It would be Well to keep up this practice of whipping Jeff a who is the Best cavalry of cer of the rebel army. Charleston had not been attacked up to the 23d of March but Beauregard had is sued his Flieth proclamation announcing the approach of Lincoln s hessians a and for the Flieth time has declared his unalterable determination to expire in the last ditch before surrendering the Mecca of be cession Dom. There is no doubt that Beau regard has lavished his Beste Orts As an Engineer on Charleston and he intends to put Forth every Effort to repulse the unionists. The aggregate of destroying Force considering the numbers is without parallel in the history of the world and the weight of Union artillery will throw entirely in. The Shade the Allied batteries at Sebastopol and those which reduced Kinburn. For All this we not think the last ditch is anywhere near Charleston. The polish insurrection still continues to gain ground and will probably Lead to serious i i cuties. Unless the poles have assistance from abroad they must certainly be crushed and that speedily. That Hail route. The mail route no. 15,282 runs from this City to Vancouver once a week. The contract runs from january is 1863 to january is 1866. The compensation is not mentioned in the Public notice of the Post master general. From Vancouver to the Dalles there is already a Tri weekly mail and from Dalles to this Point a Semi monthly mail. This Vancouver and Walla Valla mail passes Over the same route in a closed bag and takes no Way matter. It renders no service which the other line can not except that it is supposed to come once a week from Dulles instead of twice a month but in fact it does not come in the schedule time and is generally entrusted to some passenger aboard of the River steam ers or sent through As it May Chance to be convenient. How such an abuse of the postal system has been so Long tolerated can Only be explained by the fact that Charles Watrous was our postal agent. The Money which escapes by this leak in the postal department would if it were added to the Semi monthly route from Here to the Dalles give us a Tri weekly mail connecting with the Dalles and Portland Tri weekly mail. Representations to this effect have been made to the department. Only company of w Ashington territory volunteers which was raised entirely in Washington Terri tory is stationed at Steilacoom. Desertions from this company have been so no \ serous that it is reduced to about thirty be men with a fair Prospect that they Willi desert on the St Opportunity. With a High degree of prudence most of them waited until the paymaster had been around so that they All had Money to pay their expenses. If any of Horace Greeley is Aming giants Are living in this country a Good Chance is now offered for them to leap into the places made empty by these Recreant and show their Faith by their Norks. But we fear that no portion of the nine Hun dred thousand Are to be found in these parts or if found will decline to Exchange the Chance of getting pure stuff from the mines for Uncle abets greenbacks. Borer. . J. C. Isaacs of this City received a be lot of Boise dust this week amounting to one Hundred and twelve ounces. This we believe is the St arrival of Boise dust of any amount this Spring. The reports from that Quarter continue very favourable. The Popula Tion of the District is said to be seven or eight thousand and the Rush is not Over vet. I the coming election. The time has arrived when the manage ment of our local affairs should Only been trusted to men having a permanent inter est in the country. There is no other Means by which the dances of the county can be corrected and its credit raised to the Standard which it ought to occupy. It is quite impossible to this if the county Treasury is to be annually depleted by faulting oilers As heretofore and unless the strictest inquiry is made into the competency and integrity of candidates for the county oilers we Are Likely to have a repetition of past performances. We conjure citizens to give this matter their most ear nest attention from this time until the elec. Tion. Let those gentlemen who Are Candi dates for positions in the county govern ment let the fact be known from this time until the election. And if any name is sprung upon the people at the eleventh hour let the owner of it be Defeated on the Broad general principle that there must be something wrong when any such trick is played. There is no impropriety in any citizen presenting his name for consideration in connection with any Public of ice and it is right and proper i that an Honor. Able and competent citizen should be an of be seeker if he so chooses. We shall observe with pleasure that Many of our Best citizens Are of be seekers after the manner which we describe at the next election and by this new Mode of of be seeking it is to be hoped that professional of be seeking will be done away with. If we can get a Board of county com missioners of High intelligence joined to Good character with Able and honest executive oilers the county of Walla Walla May extricate itself from All its Dif cuties in another year pay off the Little legacy arising from past mismanagement and Cre ate the appliances necessary to repress crime in our midst besides carrying on Many needed Public improvements. But such a state of things can never Hap pen it must be brought about by labor and vigilance. It will pay All who Are permanently interested in the country to take a part in the operations necessary to Cor rect the abuses and mismanagement of pub Lic affairs. 8ite1.13%. Grcen Arnold everybody knows Green has discovered that there Are three direct routes to the Boise mines. He quotes the Mountaineer and Golden age Asau Hority for the directness of the two St mentioned. The route so beautifully described by the Mountaineer is like the direct Trail to Salmon River advocated so earnestly by or. Newell a year ago somewhat mythical and passes Over High mountains which on account of Snow Are quite impassable at this season of the year. This route is via Canyon Creek and is Only eighty to one Hundred Miles of the nearest mad from the Dallas to Boise but it is suf a gently direct if adopted to the exclusion of All other routes to insure to the Dallas All the packing and mining Trade of the Boise mining Region. The second route which is vehemently puffed up by the age is by Way of Lewis ton but it has not been reported upon by travellers this season no one having yet passed Over it. Or. Petrie is now out with a pack train. Making a third attempt to get through the mountains that Way. This route is Only about eighty be to one Hun dred and thirty Miles off the near line by Walla Walla and grand Ronde valleys but when packers have passed Over it it. Is thought they willbe Able to report it As near to Lewiston As to Boise. The third route is somewhat circuitous but still direct and is advocated for the Benet of Portland. Pacic City san Francisco the sailing vessels going around Cape Horn. New Yor City and the towns and cities along the railroads and Rivers across the continent to fort Benton. go by this route is Only nine or ten thousand Miles off the direct line from the Colum Bia River at Val Lula. secure the adoption of this route it is proposed to engage the services of a lot of stranger crazy dons and Don Alonzos provide them with Ages and to Moses and station them at the different Points along the line to descant upon and enlighten the Public in regard to the merits and advantages of their re l spec Tive places. These routes Are respectfully submitted to the Public and it is asked in Charity for the editors aforesaid and for the Vve feet californians Chile nos americans and blackfeet and Bannock indians that the Public before adopting any one of these routes will Call upon the residents along All the lines and examine their grub and As certain their prices. Green is located in the grand. Ronde Valley but dont want any of the travel to go that Way for the route through there is entirely to near and cheap to he travelled now besides the Valley is located near to the mines and miners after arriving in the digging willbe compelled to obtain a great Deal of their forage from there which is considered a suf client advantage for the present. The reason for suggesting air anger done and Alonzo in that the originals Are so Well known that they would not be believed even i they stumbled on the truth and Are totally incompetent to deceive the Public. New Copperhead party of the South and West Are called butter nuts. Why should not the unconditional unionists Call themselves Hickory nuts in Honor of the great unionist Hickory Jackson 2 it is quite certain that Hickory nuts Are much harder to crack than Butternuts hence the name would be the right thing. Pearne and Sterne. 1n gen. Pearne s Deodate of the 21st of March he says the sensitiveness Felt by a certain class of demagogues at the participation of ministers and religions people in political affairs and the clamor raised against such As participate Are too Well known to be denied. Now you know gen. Pearne that nobody objects to religious people taking a part in Public affairs but we object to a Man gaining in a ence in the name of religion and than turning it to his private Benet. It is Disho Noring the cause which minister advocates to such a thing. But to fortify his position the reverend brigadier general quotes a dirty Story about Lawrence Sterne. This is peculiarly apropos on the part of gen. Pearne for Sterne was a Man of most Timoleon like moral character. Whose writings put to the Blush the Scarlet backed forbidden literature of the stews. Gen. Pearne has doubt less studied the moral productions of Sterne hence his admiration for him a fellow feeling makes us wondrous kind. No doubt the Rev. Brigadier general Pearne has studied the closing passage in that exciting itinerary the senti mental journey and from thence Drew the in Ference that Sterne was to to be his guide. In the course of time the general might get Stemets great work Tristram Shandy introduced As a Standard religious work for if Sterne is Good authority about the propriety of priests inter meddling in politics he must be on subjects of minor importance. Capt. Mullans report. Captain Jahn Mullan in his report to the Secretary of War speaking of the wants of the country East of the cascades says the results of our explorations of the country Between the Columbia and Missouri Rivers has developed the following wants to which the at Tention of Congress should be specially invited and which if met in the Liberal spirit with which they so Well Merit to be handled will redound to the Best interest of the government by testing to the fullest extent the Golden resources of the Rock y Mountain Region and which standing As the mountains Midway Between the Mississippi and the Pacic Ocean will develop a Bond of Union and strength Between the two extreme slopes of our continent. The following embrace a portion of the pressing wants of the country. A military depot should be established at the head of the great Falls of the Missouri River at the Mouth of Sun River with a three company cavalry Post this depot to Supply a our company cavalry Post to be established in the Beaver head Valley with Atwo company cavalry Post in the Deer Lodge Valley and a one company cavalry Post at the hell Gate. In this Region Are from 10,000 to 12,000 indians and these posts Are needed to guard the Ditl Erent Emigrant roads that will Here meet and Over which emigration is destined to pass As Well As to protect the hundreds of miners and Small Farmers there found at pre sent and that Are destined to Ock thither As soon As the wealth of the Rocky Mountain mines Are fully developed. The supplies for All these posts should be shipped from St. Louis to fort Benton. These posts can be economically maintained and Are a military necessity for the country. The military Post at fort Walla Walla should be reduced to a. Military depot and its troops should be sent to other Points. Fort Boise should be established As a military Post with two companies. One company should be stationed at Florence or to a Point built in its Vicinity possibly on Salmon River proper and one company should be established at either Elk City Pierce City or Oro Pino As an examination seemed Best to determine. One company should be stationed at the Cour Dialene Mission on the Clark s Fork at Parks crossing. Four Compa Nies should be stationed at fort Hall and the military Post at fort Laramie should be maintained with a Large and Strong Force. These Are All needed for the purposes of Protection to the Overland Emigrant and the Security of the miners while at work in the Nez Perces and Salmon River mines. A military Road should be opened from Deer Lodge to fort Laramie and from Deer Lodge to Salt Lake. A Militar Road should Al so be constructed from fort Benton to Beaver head Valley and from Beaver head to Salmon River or to Florence. The entire Mountain Region from the Salmon River mountains to the Eastern Plains at the head of the Platte should be explored mapped and reported upon and a Short and direct connection had Between fort Laramie and the Salmon River Gold mines As it May yet be discovered that the shortest and Best route for a Pacic railway to the Columbia May be from the Platte via Salmon River to Walla Valla. At any rate it is Well worthy a special examination. The upper Mia Souri and Yellowstone Rivers Are Well worthy be ing tested by steam by the government for great natural purposes As aids in building the Pacic Railroad. The indians should be concentrated As much As possible and a Rocky Mountain superintend ency should be established with its head quarters either in the Deer Lodz or in the Beaver head Valley and should include the crows blackfeet snakes Bannock flatheads pen Oreilley Kootenay and Mountain Nez Perces. A Columbia River superintendency should be established with its head quarters at Walla Walla and to include All the Indiana lying be tween the Rocky and Cascade ranges of mountains from the 49th parallel to Utah both in. Oregon and Washington. La new military at of Oregon and washing Lton should be created with its head quarters at fort Walla Walla. A St class military Road should be opened from Wallula to puget sound and a military Telegraph connect Portland puget sound and Salt Lake with Walla Walla. So much of Eastern Washington territory As was formerly a portion of Oregon and an equal portion of Dacotah should be erected into a new territory with its capital at such a Point As the Center of population would at present Best deter mine. Mail facilities should be established from hell Gate to fort Benton from Deer Lod e to fort Laramie from Deer Lodge to Salt Lake and from Beaver head Valley to Florence and from Florence to fort Boise and the general land of be should be ordered to have a thorough exploration of this Region made at the earliest Date practicable and a report and map made of the Gold Region on both slopes of the mountains. A Branch mint should be established at Walla Walla or Portland. Information . A. S. Stone writes us from Corvallis Oregon that information is wanted by mrs. Delay of that place in relation to the whereabouts of her husband Joseph delay. Or. De Lay left Omaha for Walla Walla last Spring and has not since been heard from by his family. Or. Stone writes mrs. Delay has three sons in the army and by their absence and the probable loss of her husband is much troubled. Hoping you Are friends to soldiers mothers and fathers i Trust you ill give this mat ter publicity through your paper. Any information in regard to the whereabouts of or. Delay will be gladly received by a. S. Stone Corvallis que nor Gibbs has made the following appointments in the lat regiment of cavalry Oregon volunteers r. F. Maury colonel c. S. Drew lieutenant colonel Sewall Truax major Jesse Robinson Quarter master s. R. Hammer commissary r. Caldwell Captain co. A John m. Drake Captain co. A John m. Mccall is lieutenant John w. Hopkins. Is lieu tenant Charles Hobert 2d lieutenant James a Waymire private 2d Lieuten ant. Portland correspondence. Portland april 6, 1863. Eds. S rates Man i am in a position to announce to you that the Prospect of a Row betwee the oregonian and rms is very Good. It willbe carried on by Holbrook and a ams to the very verge of extermination in a political sense. Holbrook will display the most variety but Adams will get his missiles from nastier places and will hold out the longest. Hoi Hook will try the Dignin contempt Dodge which will be no go for Adams will Hunt him out and prod him with a Sharp stick Anth. 1 look with great interest to the upshot of this get which pro Mises to be one of the most interesting and Nasty in the history of Oregon newspapers. Something about the Milesian. The Rev. Or. Ca Rey a presbyterian divine lately delivered a lecture in this City in which he attempted to prove that presbyterianism was the original Type of christianity practice in the Emerald Isle. This lecture has aroused the resentment of the pure Milesian in a remarkable degree and they very justly consider this a libel on Saint Patrick who St converted Ireland to the Christian religion. Upon the Subj Ctol Saint Patrickus ordination by the successors of the apostles in the line of succession in the roman see there has never been a doubt cast and it looks rather bad to take away from the Catholic Irish their claim on the character of Saint Patrick the More particularly As they have been robbed of their National Independence and pretty much All that renders life tolerable. Howsoever i suppose it is none of my business any farther than i claim connection with the celts through the Highlands of Scotland which even that prejudiced old scotch antiquarian Logan admits were Popup dby an Irish tribe. Has mamas Cox Novaksr. Notwithstanding the protests of the Christian fld Vocate we have at length got a corps of thespians to exhibit their shapes at the Willamette theatre. The performances Are in the heavy line rather and Melo dramatic to a degree. Metamora has met with some Success with As chief of the wampanoag. But the company is new with several who have adopted the sock and Buskin very recently so there is usually a hitch in Ever performance and the stage business is of the Clumsy est. This theatrical company was encouraged to commence o Era tons by the commercial but that paper did not live to witness the results fits Good works but suddenly expired. The Pacific City panic. For some time alter the Pacic City scheme was started the people of this place were much agitated and it May be truthfully said they were scared out of a years growth by their apprehensions that Portland would Cave in. This utter has now subsided and property holders cease to trouble them elves about the growth of the place at the Mouth of the River. The fact is that there does not appear to be any Bottom to the Pac a City scheme and it is Likely to furnish another paper City to the coast and nothing More. It is a very Signi cant fact that Pacic City is along Side of care disappointment and that alone Shou discourage its projectors. California immigrants. The latest Steamer arrivals bring considerable numbers of californians bound for the Oregon and w Ashington mines but it is not Likely that the wild Rush of last year willbe repeated. Business is Dull and Cash buyers Are As scarce As True piety at a whisky shop. Regular. The sound mall frequent complaints Are made in relation to the transmission of mail matter from this place to the sound. It appears As if the bags bib frequently cached for weeks on the route and As much As a month is frequently required to transmit the paper mail to Olympia. In fact the mail facilities to and from this place Are not half what the government pays for or what the people ought to have. Whether the fault is with contractors or the Post masters below we not decide. Over the has commenced Over the Trail from this City to grand Ronde Valley. The Trail is reported in a Good condition and from henceforth will most Likely be the Only travelled route by parties going from Here to the mines. The Bridge across the grand Ronde River is completed. This route shortens the distance from Valla Walla to Auburn about forty Miles the total distance being from 105 to 110 Miles. Very of ssh of us a correspondent of the Portland times witing Over the signature of Idaho says crazy scr Antio objects to holding of be during or. Lin Colnes administration. It is Likely that his objections to of be will not be removed by any change in the presidency As his True reasons for not accepting oficial position will continue during the course of his Nat ural life namely incompetency and the Lack of voters enough to elect him. conspiracy to seize Mare Island Navy Yard on the 30th of March has been discovered. The parties designed to seize the Navy Yard St and then take the Steamer Saginaw and Over. Power Alcatraz Island. No arrests have l been made but the greatest vigilance isl exercised and the Benicia Arsenal is Strong i by guarded. Soldiers m As paid in comm that oregonian says major Vinston paymaster u. S.a., has recently received Sion too for disbursement in this District of which $83,200 was paid to him in Coin and sl6 800 in Legal tender. From this maj. Fran Cis has been paid $38,200 in Coin and 810 000 in Pic tires so that maj. Winston retains $45,000. All Coin except $6,800. Rand of Burlington Lowa was drowned above Celilo on the l 27th ult. He was coming up the River on the Steamer Cascavilla and tas knocked overboard by the boat coming in collision l with a Rock. Legal Taxman norms san Francis co dates of the 29th March quote Legal tender notes at 69a70c. New York quotations of the 28th of March a the Gold Premium at 43a44c. Recovered the adventurers who raised the treasure of the Golden Gate have re covered 8700,000 in All. The owners have refused to give Fly per cent Salvage which looks rather ungrateful on their part. Faure . Ritz has just received the last shipment of fruit Trees and shrubbery that will come this season. They can be seen by calling on his agents win ter 61 00., next door to the Union hotel. Pohnl Anna or. Henry Baker has received his commission As u. S. Special agent of the Post of be department for the Pacic coast. Paid Ope maj. Francis paid of two comps pics b. And d., at the Post this week. A Goon wond for the Dom of Don Juan scr Antio should indeed be the Choice of the people of Idaho for Delegate to Congress he would be Able to instruct the people of the East How to Cook clams a la Ingin As they on the Lovely shores of puget this is about the Only accomplishment the Don can boast unless it is the remarkable Quality he possesses of sunning himself with the clo Ochman for hours together without descending in the scale of virtue in thought word deed or action. A . A earners advocate opposes late sleeping on sunday morning and rattles out a spirited reveille to Wake his Ock on Sabbath Day. It is a pity that he did not Exchange his gospel gun and club for the carnal weapons in use. He would have made a most excellent Briga Dier of the Home guard order. Another Are informed by a pm merchants of this place that they have started a Stock of goods to grand Ronde Valley via the Trail destined for Bridgeville a prospective town at the crossing of grand Ronde River. A store House is to be erected at the Bridge immediately. old Emigrant Road across the Blue mountains is now in a pass Able condition for teaming and a number of wagons with Light freights have passed Over it during the week. Change or time the san Francisco and Portland steamers will hereafter Jeave the former place on the 3d, 13th, and 23d of each month. Cheap postage after the is of july next the postage on single letters will be three cents anywhere inside of the United states. nearly a year s respite our citizens have been treated with a show. Sheppard s minstrels have been playing Here during the week. They will give an entertainment this Friday evening. Goons Fob borers some dozen or More pack trains have loaded in this City during the week with goods and provisions for Boise. The merchants have been driving a Lively Trade in miners goods. Eagle Creek new mines on Eagle Creek Are situated about Equi Distant from the grand Ronde and powder River valleys2s to 30 Miles from either place. The Canyon Creek route parties who have attempted to go from the Dalles to Auburn and Boise via the Canyon Creek route have been compelled to return and go the upper goals. The mountains Between Canyon Creek and Auburn Are yet impassable on account of Snow. Frei getting t 0 Bose several head ily freighted wagons will leave this City in about two weeks for the Boise mines. s minstrels Willi give Washington engine co. A Benet on monday evening. For the pulse the military movement for i the Plains and Boise will probably take place in i about Twenty Days. We understand that two t companies Are expected up from fort Dalles to relieve the companies at this Post. There Willi probably not be More than two companies Here during the summer. For Steamer tent no Madel her St trip for the season to Lewiston this week. -. Rates or freight and passion the Mer i chants transportation company advertise that 1 their rates of fare and freight on the Columbia and Snake Rivers willbe the same As those charged i by the Oregon steam navigation company. I Cayuse horses Are now Selling at auction in this Market at from sixteen to thirty dollars. age of the both inst contains a Couplet which so exactly i scribes scr Antio that we Are compelled to copy it to and fro breathe and blow telling a tale of Idaho. If blowing about Idaho does not mean 1 Don scr Antio we would re ally like to know who else it can mean for every one knows that he is the Only Blower upon that subject , Fargo cons express for Portland will leave this Satur Day morning at 7 Oclock. An fuse the miners at Oro Fino have commenced work. Mastitis ignite news of March 24. Syracuse. March 24.-the body of major general b. V. Sumner who died on the morning of the let in this City of congestion of the lungs was removed from his residence to the City Hall this morning where it remains in state. Durin the Day it was visited by thousands. The tuner 5 will take place to Morrow. Gen. Sumner was recently appointed to the command of the department of the West and the Mississippi. News of March 25. Cincinnati March 25.gen. Burnside has is sued an order to Day assuming command of the department of Ohio. The City is full of Rumor in regard to the raids and gating in Kentucky. A gentleman arriving from Danville reports the rebels under Breckinridge and Pegram from 8,000 to 12,000 Strong. Marching on Danville. They were but a few Miles Distant. Wool Fords Kentucky cavalry was holding the rebels Advance in Check while our Small forces were falling Back to the Forti cations at Lexington. News of March 26. Washington March 26.-the Long Roll was beat in hookers Camp yesterday in consequence Ofa report that the enemy had crossed the River in Force. This was doubtless founded on the massing of heavy bodies of rebel infantry at Banks and u. S. Fords to prevent Hooker from crossing. It was of scially ordered to Day that no person shall be allowed to pass or come in to the line of the department of Washington on the South Side 01 the Potomac contraband exec Rinass Monroe March 26.german fam Ilies who arrived from Richmond report the prevailing belief in that City that the rebels will soon evacuate Richmond and probably most of Virginia. They bring no news from Charleston but say the rebels were expecting an attack daily. News 01 March 27. Gairo March 27.memphis dates to March married s Tiffi lab a in my Nfn g a. �175.23 by Rev. John Flinn or. J. W. Smith and him 1. Dia j. Sutton. Mccartney Rexo in this City on the 22d March by e. L. Massey. J. P., or. Edward Mccart Ney and Mary Reno Lute of Sierra county Cul. Orr-4 Awkins on the 22d instant by the same at the residence of the brides Mother. Near the Lone Pine or. John 11. On and miss Mary Haw Kins. Leeds enc Imit diet. 9meacham 8 hotel. Each am Brothers lev aug bought1 the House at the above place Are now prepared to entertain the travelling Public. Stable and Hay Yard in connection with the House. Feed for animals on reasonable terms. Meacham Brothers. April 11, 1863. 17m3 notice. The Peoples transport on 00. On and after this Date will carry freight from Dallas to Wallula Lewiston and intermediate Points at rates not exceeding those 01 the Oregon steam navigation co. Apply to l. Coffin. Dalles april 11,1803. 171 y Charles Herzog practical dentist is prepared to Al kinds of plaid work in the line of dentistry artificial Teeth of every description inserted. Charges moderate and All work warranted. Of of 4th floor above the Union hotel. Main Siren Willu a Len. April 11, 186821y no j. In e. Until further notice the steamers of the. Oregon steam Nav Gatlon com y Ash will leave Celilo for Wallula an follows Steamer a fray tuesday and saturday. Returning. Will leave Wall Luxfor Celilo thursday and monday. Lewis Day agent. Wallula april 11,1862. 23iy w. W. Johnson. Assistant United states a Sebson. Forfar Walla Walla Public. , 1863-17 Sion Reward for uni Case of syphilis in 13 stage Whicher. E Riche us Golen Balsam Falls to cure. No comment is necessary upon this Medicine it stands entirely upon its own Juneau need merits it has cured thousands who have waste handsome Fortune. In treating this disease and will cure thousands More. Golden Balsam no. L. For St and second stages such no sores on the legs or other parts of the body sore eyes Etc., Etc. Golden Balsam no. 2 for tertiary mercurial and syphilitic rheumatism. Price $5 per bottle. Orders from any Point led upon receipt of this sum. Smith & Davis 17n16 Portland Oregon. Agents. In the circuit court f u 00".june term 1 g,7 Conn in my Emily e. Fair be. La Gorion c. Of pm bei Vorce. X the defendant will take notice that the Plain Whas led her petition for n divorce from the defendant in the circuit court of Umatilla county in. The state of Oregon. Which will come on to be Herndl at the june term of said court. 863 and unless you appear and answer said complaint the same will be taken As confessed and the prayer thereof granted. The grounds of mid plaintiffs complaint Are St. Wilful abandonment by defendant of plaint for More than one year second failure to provide the common necessaries of life and. Third the conviction of defendant of the crime of Rand a. Cell Rowe ii. Atty for pm March 28, 1863. 4wls Val Lula Blacksmith shop. Horace Jouber has opened a Blacksmith shop at Llulu and is new prepared to execute 1111 work in his line with neatness and patties wishing work done can rely on a Good Job for a moderate compensation. Particular attention paid to horse shoeing and Wagon repairing. Horace Jouber. Ellula March 28, 1863. 15m3 1new drug store. Main Street Walla Walla. W. Four doors above the jail. Thibodo chemist and druggist announces to the citizens Owalla Walla and the upper country generally that he has just opened a drug store at his old Olce in Walla Walla and will keep constantly All hand a full Supply of drugs and chemicals also it select assortment of Patent medicines Truman. Tumery soaps. Cutlery brushes and Good mum in fact everything usually Bend in u rut class drug store. Brandy Sherry and port wines for Luedi Dinul Purpo or no ways on hand orders from our of the mining regions will be promptly led and goods put up in such manner As to in Urc Sut a transportation. 3% prescriptions carefully prepared. 11359111. _ _ 1315 cd Ord. Not out of business. L. Whittingham v Vallulah. T., legs leave to announce to his Namer patrons and the Blic generally that he has opened a new Stone at Wallula stocked with a. Choice assortment of groceries provisions and general Merchan Dise which Are offered at moderate prices. March 7, 1863. 12w2. Last Call. Q lil persons 1n debated to the late firm or v Bro in & a Lisenbury Are hereby Noti that unless their accounts Are paid within four weeks from this Date the acc ounts will he Plucci in the hands of proper of cer to be puck for collection. Payments can be made to either of us at our res lec tire stores. Brown Dusen Burin. Wall-4 anon pril 4. 1863. 15w4 Lawrence & Houseworth opticians importers and dealers in. 0p tical mathematical an philos Opial instruments stereoscopic goods photographic Al Gums Cartes visit and Rodgers & Sone Superior cutlery 637 Clay Street san Francisco. I i ave for Sale the largest and bes assortment on the Pacic coast to which they would Call the attention of the Public and the Trade. Having unusual facilities for getting our goods from St hands we feel con Dent that purchasers will really promote their own interest be select my from our Stock. Complete catalogues of carts Timte stereoscopic and other goods sold by us May be had on application or will be sent to any address by Mai postage paid. Strangers visiting this City Are cordially my Ruedi to inspect our Stock. And they can be assumed that us Call will not. Incur the least. Obligation to Purchase. Country orders res dec fully Lawreice & Houseworth. Opticians apr4, 1863.-1.31y 637 Clay Street san Francisco. Castleman 8 Brown 0melamotype and photograph rooms main Street Walla Walla. Photographs of All sizes made to persons having old daguerreotypes of deceased friends can have them copied to any size. Orders from a distance in this regard will meet with prompt attention. Instructions Given in Al branches of the photographic Art including the making of positive pictures on Glass and on the Melain Type or Sheet Iron plates. For Sale two Hal size cameras. Castleman & Brown. April 4, 1862. Lily Willi Myoung dealer m Marble monuments Tomb stones table and counter tops Arble Matles heart stones Stonem for building purposes a. $ All Stone cutting done to order Ort lend Oregon april4, 1863. Lily assessors Otloe. Otice is hereby Given that the county asses a Sor will he at the of ice of the county auditor in the City und county of Walla Walla on the last saturday the 25th Day of april and with the assistance of said auditor publicly examine the assess ment Roll for 1863, and Correct All errors if any thereby in the valuation and description of lands. Lots and other property. All persons interested Are re Quested to be in attendance. H. M. Hodgis. April4, 1868. 16w4 assessor. Trimms _ i East order Kidder a yeast powder i is the most economical of any in use. 27 Are received. The following is the latest from Vicksburg the rebels were throwing shot and Shell at the men employed on the canal but did no damage. Heavy ring was heard in the direction of Yahoo River supposed to come from the troops sent up Stutes Bayou. The India nolo is reported to have been captured. She is said to have been found half submerged 40 Miles Belo Warrenton. Another dispatch 1 says the indie Nola was blown up by the rebels and is a total wreck. On sunday night a Barge Load of 20,000 bushels of Coal rated by the batteries at Vicksburg safely. Intended for Farragut s boat. Portland me March 27.-the Bohemia from Liverpool 14th, and Londonderry 15th, has arrived with one Day later dates. During the wedding ceremony of the Prince of Wales. Seven women were crushed to death and upwards of a Hundred persons had limbs broken. Several riots occurred and the streets had to be cleared several times by the soldiers at the Point of the Bayonet. News of March 28th. Washington March 28.-o? and private advices received from the City of Mexico to the 20th of March speak of the certainty of Success against the French invasion. The facts which the writers communicate tend to show the just Ness of the anticipations. So far from the French having taken the City of Mexico As has been asserted gen. Foray fell Back 20 Miles on the 20th of february and was within 15 Miles of Puebla but on the 20th of March he was still 18 Miles away. It was however anticipated that Puebla would be attacked by the 15th of March. Presi Dent Juarez has visited Puebla and reported the army in excellent condition. Large contingencies from the mexican states had arrived in the City of Mexico which would make the Garrison Strong enough to resist. The French. Cairo. March 28.it is reported at Memphis that divisions of troops entered the Yazoo by Way of the Sun Ower River and they have landed and got to Eagle Bend just above Haines Bluff within a mile and a Quarter of the rebel Forti cations. County Revenue. An act to Amend an act entitled an act to in crease county Revenue. Sac. 1. Be it enacted by the legislative Assembly of the territory of Washington that the second Sec Tion of the act to which this is an amendment he so amended As to authorize the county commissioners of Walla Walla to Grant. The License mentioned in suld act upon the party applying for the name paying into the county Treasury u. Sum not less than one Hundred nor More than three Hundred dollars at the discretion of sail . 727.7 All acts aha has exr Gib of the Mei Sions of his act be and they Are hereby re peat . Sac. 3. This act to take effect and be in Force from and after its passage. Al. M. Reed speaker of the lluu.-,e. John a. Simms. Pics to of the Council. Orr cd 8 035"qu or Wuu Moron territory. Olympia january 29, 1863. I Elwood Evans. Secretary of the territory of Washington hereby certify that the foregoing is a True copy of the Ori Dinul Bill deposited in this of be for record which Hill was passed at. The session of the Lygis Lutito Assembly 155263. Viii Sii my hand at Olympia the and year above written. Elwood egans Secretary Washington territory. County roads. Evil act of the proceeding of the Board of county Cam missioners of Walla Walla county in. Session. February 12,1863. E if i ? � n motion the boundaries of the Road districts of Walla Walla county a. T., shall be As follows District no. A extend from Wal Nln to the upper crossing of Tho Walla Walla River. District no. 2from the upper crossing of the Walla Walla River to the township line Between in Ges 34 and 35 Eastend As far North As the South Boundary of township eight North. It includes All settlers on a surveyed lands no for Nouth As the Boundary Between Oregon and w Ashington comes to. Tallis place on the jul Lulu Road incl pcs j. Llam cock e place on dry Creek. District no. 3le included in township no. 7, North hinge 35 East excepting sections 3,4, 5, 6. 7 and Bon dry Creek. Louis to Luis place on the Walla Walla River is the Western limit Send j. Mar Goodhue & mix g. W. Shoemaker and w. B. Kelly s places Are included in its Eastern limits. South to the Oregon line. District no. 4-township no. North ran go 36 East extends from the East Boundary of no. 3, includes the residents of Walla Walla City takes in Mill Creek As far As the claim of g. W. Evans which is divided by the township line includes the Resi Clevoe of James Forrest on Rusol s Creek and or tends South to the Oregon line. District no. A includes All of Mill Creek above g. W. Evans. All of plus Sells Creek above James forests on Rush Els Creek. And extends South to 1.110 Oregon line takes in All the settlers to the i m t of the Blue mountains us far As Sway eds claim. District no. Incl nodes All upper dry Creek and la tributaries from e. L. Bonner s place to the font of the to Lut Ninn and extends half Way Over to the Coppel its North Boundary being sections 13. 4, 15, 16, 17, and 18, township 8, North Range 37 exist. District no. 7lnclndcs All of dry Creek be tween e. L. Runner s and Joseph Moore spa was on lower dry Creek and extends North to thin one mile of the Touchet River. District Coppic Whis Yurcek upper Touchet. From the Mouth of the comm i the Patio and extends on the Lewiston Road to whet stones takes in All settlers on the upper Touchet. And its tributaries within the above limits. District no. 9extends from the month of be Coppei to the claim of Epps Hardy. Of the lower Touchet and includes Rood Creek and the lower flu Kanon from two Miles above the Mouth of the Pataha and ius into the North Side of District no. 7. I Colville Road to Snake River is included in its limits. District the to Kunou from two Ilea above the Mouth of the Pataha to its source and extends from Whetstone to on the West to Halfway Between the Tumanon and put Ahu. District no. La includes the Pataha and Al own and extends from half Way Between the to Exumn and Pastuha to the 11101311 of Alpaca. An 3 a it vow a lev a w i v i on motion the licenses for Selling quo Sinthe county of Walla Walla. T., shall Heyun Ferbe 1-Nt_Et_I__Asufol_Lgvgxf, to wit i in the City of Walla. Walla two Hundred dollars per annul. In the City of Yul Lula one Hundred and Fly Dol Lam per annul. In All other Points of the county one Hundred Dol Lars. Per annul. V signed go ngg Egils a to commit is Uncas i hereby certify that the foregoing is a Correct. Extract of the proceedings of the Board of county commissioners of Wall la Walla county w. T., now on record in my of be. In testimony whereof i have Hereunto set my hand and of Cial Seal this 28th Day of March. A. N. 1868. A. Jas. Galbreath county auditor,1 l s 1 said county

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