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FOREST WINE BITTERS.
The Greatest Remedy of the Age,
FOR THE CURB OF
Weakness cf Stomach
Or any Derangement of the Digeitlv Organs,
rI",HKY regulate and prepare the stomach to receive and
X digest food in u healthy manner, giving action to the
Liver, by removing the secreted bile, allowing the body its
natiirid strength. " It is very essential for persons of
every ago and condition in lile, to be careful and keep their
Digestive Organs in good order, liy doing tins, tuey will
dc prooi against any, or an, ut me prevailing uiseases, in
cident to the different climates, no matter what tbo teni
perature of the same." These Bitters are sure to do this in
evervcase. if taken according to directions.
There are thousands of small arteries and urenves in the
human frame, leading to and depending upon, the gastric
juices produced by the stomach for the support of the en
tire body. If the stomach is diseased, surely it cannot do
its worn. Consequently tne ouuy must Do lea Hum un
prepared and unnatural saliva, sowing corruption through
out the whole system. But if the stouiucb is kept iu order.
the created saliva ioes to enrich the blood, giviuic a natural
freshness to the countenance, and strengthening the whole
We desire any and every person using the Hitters to
show them to and ask the opinion of their confidential
family physician, in regard to too merits ot tlie article.
TUEXEFw'S F0EXST WINE BITTERS
Are sure to regulate the ttoiuach, the Luuiu uveuuo to the
whole body ;
Are nure tu couutwract UilHou&ncH, wbeu iu a niulurioLS
Are sure to aree with the most weitkly, aa well as the tuodt
robust iterson ;
Are sura to create a yroud appetite;
Arc pleasant u beverage;
Are economical and cheap;
All trarelers should carry then1 Hitter with them, to pre
veut liillimihiH-fls ami Fever, caused by
changes of water uud
Seamen should carry them to prevent Scurry, Ship Fever
aim the like when lliey are ueprivea
of froh vegetables.
All person of ftcdcnturv habits, who cannot rest at niiht.
should take them before tfotiitf to bed (as a foul uud dinr
dunked stomach always produces u nervous irritation of the
muscular Uuds, causing sleepless nihts). They assist
tin stomach to perform its natural power, allowing the
patient to nst with composure. They are a very rich and
nutritive w me, formed by the addition ot nine dillerent
kinds of roots, bark and herbs, making a tery palatable as
well a one of the most nourUhinif haters in the woild.
There has never been any article introduced that has gained
such universal coulidene, and been o highly applauded
bv the public, as these Hitter. They have been in use
alout six yean, and the sate has increased so much that it
now takes three larjre buildings, cjveriim over nine lota of
ground, to do their business.
j-or the hulter protection ot tne mthnc fatter tins uate,
April l )thi, we have tor a label, a (splendid and very ex
tensive) Meet hnirr.-ivinjr, with t lie portrait ol each mem
ber of our tii m, makint! a perfect ttuaruutee utruinst coun
terfeits or imitation of the genuine article.
IS. II. Hereafter our t OtfhSr ii JArJ Jil i TLUS will
be mauufiicturi-d from White Wine, which makes u decided
improvement, nnoqttalcd by any other bitters in the United
elates, bum wtioleale, by
T I UN Eft IIIiOTIfKU.S.
Corner Washington and Fran!:!;!i street, New York ; N j
,i2!:i street, liullalo, N. Y.; comer JtroadwaV ana rront
.Ureefs. Sun Fruneiitfo, Cab, and lur sale by Merchants uuu
Untwists everywhere. ))' m
TSis article isprepar .d from p'tre White California Wine
imlJainaica (linger Root, in such a manner .is to form tho
ue.it and moht pleasunt tonic ever introduced.
It is nn iuvaluable remedy for Dvspepsia, Indiges
tion, and for all diseases where a gentle
atimulanl is required to bring the
eynteiii into hen) I by uud
ONE MILLION GALLONS,
In iMtrrtU and Cases, Sftl Annually
Throughout the world, thereby proving its unrivalled and
unetualed inerit-4. It has reteiveil the apirooation of the
Medical faculty throughout the Luiud States, and wher
We caution all consumers of (iinirer Wine" to exam
ine the label, aw none are genuine except such as h:ve on
I hem our engraved portraits in a circle, surrounded hvthe
following utierscriition : Tl h'.MlLS' hISUk'R M7.VA'.
irejiari'd by Turiier Hrothers, New ork ; Jtuttalo, New
1'uik; and San Frmicico, tditoruiii."
EXTRA HAS. 'BE n UY SHUT,
Munufiicturrd from purr juice of Il:isj.berrics, and is equal
to uny article cf the kind heretofore introduced.
Sume of the ronsoin why TURNERS' (linger Wine, Cor
iliuls, Hitters, etc., are h titr than auy others iu the L uited
First Wo have three of the largest manufactories of the
kind iu the world :
One at NEK' YORE; One at
BUFFALO, New York;
ami (he'.Uut SAN
limit Micriullr for our business iu the most complete man
nor in every l uitieulur.
Secondly We ciin nnd do have ererr iidriintnirc tluit
money rim uii'tmse or convenience could facilitate. Our
uol lire miiiiuiuclured troin tlie erv best materials
with the utmost care, unci ure the leading articles of the
kind tliroiuMiout everv Mine in the I num. China. Sand
wich Islumls, ivut incliittin slinitst every phu'e where the
.hiii .uou race are reresonieil.
We haveeoiisiantly on h.md a:i 1 fir sale in nuniitities to
(i n.cer W
nujiHi ins. ,-mmi.i, i HiTi v ir,tiuif v iirinnotHi i Hi
tor, Wttnmvnml Curji.il, Stumai'h Hiltors, riu'tTj
i'untial, VojrcT.ililo iiittciH, Kaipherrv ivnip,
Ntnnltten Hitttij. .Sjiit-e Itiittr, I-t'inon
Svnip, V.x'X K.in.'biM-rv Sirup, (iiirout
S nip, (iiitu Symp, AiiMtlio, ("ol
oritii;, Curaooit, Absvmhe,
F.scnc elanmica iii.tftr, Kcnce Topper
mint, KoM-neliU'U Uitu-rn, etc.
Cor. Front and Uroadway Streets,
SAN FRANC SCO, CAL.
vSrrcEssoR to r. w. joiixsox post orric h ii.mno.)
BOOKS and STATIOHERY.
Keeping constantly on hand all the
in use in Oregon, and an immense variety of standard
raporot all kind Csp. Lojrd. L tor, Noto, IMntinsr, te.;
E.;yoli.p, lon, IVneil-s Hlnnk KiHki yory
yri tr, slafos of all cnulitio nnd mion,
all firt qnnlitv and choap.
TTOnXF.Y and I'onnselnr at l.af, Poiilsnd. Oregon,
will practice in the courts of Oregon and Territorr ot
Washington, ottlcc. in levee. n'sr Metropolis Hotel. jal4
WHEELER & WILSON'S
NEW IMPROVEMENTS !
NEW IMPROVEMENTS !
SO LEATHER PAt) I
NO LFATJt PAD-t
NO LEATlIEt PAD I
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER.
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER.
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER,
NEW STYLE UEMMEIl I
NEW STYLE iiMMER I
NEW STYLE IIEMMEK I
Tho Greatest Improreraaat Invested.
MAKING AN ENTIRE
IJow Stylo Machine,
Formerly tho justly celebrate.! LOCK STITCH,
acknowlnlgod by nil to be the
ONLY STITCH FULLY SATISFACTO
RY FOR FAMILY PURPOSES.
NEW STYLE ACIIINE.
PRICEa REDUUKI) 0.3. PER CENT.
PRICES P.EDCCKD 20 1'EU CENT.
It is the Cheapest, most Durable, nnJ Easier
Understood than any other Sewing Machine,
SEND FOR A CIRCULAR !
II. C. IIAVDEX, Agent,
Corner Sacramento and Montgomery streetti,
IIUHI3T0N & HA'DAIf,
WIIOI.ESAI.K DEALERS IS
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Fire Pronf Rriek Store, Front St., corner of Oak
FFER to the trade of Oreeon nnd Washinifton Terri
torv inducements seeond to no other houso ou this
coast. Our stock consists in part of
Fine Old Erandy,
Otitrd, Dtipuy fe Co.,
Jamos J lomii'si'v,
A. lioniott As Co.,
. United Vineyard Proprietors!,
1 inett, i-iistillon & (Jo.
Union of tlie proprietors, C. Marquet, A
And rarious other brands. Also, Tery ohoice
OLD BOURBON WHISKY,
Old Ry Whisky,
And all other choice brands now in mnrket.
Faro Holland Gin, St Croix and Jamaica Ram,
Cordials and Wines of every description.
Also, of our own bottling, which weclaiiu to be superior
to anvtiiiugnow in the market,
OTAKD, DITUY & CO. & C. MAKQUETTS
OLD IiOLliljU iilM. ot wipenor
qurtli.y, and JL1 J;li V IllSh.!.
Also, a jtener J nssnrtinent of case goods, and ererrtlnng
else appertaininjf to the l.iiiior Trade, which we
S;in Francisco prices. J r? Orders from count
rhunt ni dealers resiiectluilv solicited.
( ri( AU i,tiors sold by us are guaranteed to bo gen
nine, and as represented, except imported case goods, such
as Schnapps, etc.
Portland, Oregon, March 1, 1?02, ly
.NOTICE TO DUUGGISTS.
--rfF llkvKON HAND and are constantly receiving
Y the finest qnaliii -s of IIUANDIKS AN'l) WIMES,
r..l fr the lruir Trade, which we guarantee to be
genuine. , HOUSTON Jk M.VD.VN,
Complain no more of Aching Teeth.
Tl,n nnms have been extensively nsed by thousands.
whose experience has proved that the Anoilvne will give
immediate and permanent relief after the failure of every
other remedr. It i pleasant to tne taie ami smen, ami a
few aiinlicalions will entirely remove the pain and soreness
from a decayed tooth, so mat it may oe nu. i anil remiereu
as useful as ever. When the pain proceeds from the face
or fmiu the gums around a tooth appsrently sound, this
Am.dvne will give a speedy relief by rubbing a few drops
on the part aOectcd.
TrepareJ and sold br A. B. l. hnlesale
Dni -'isls Fulton street, comer of W illiam.New ork.
F.Tr'sale bv PeWitt, Kittle A Co., II. Johnson A Co., and
Re linu-ton A Co., S in Francisco; Rice A Coffin. Mary,
ville - R 11 McDonald A Co.. Sacramento; Smith iHma.
Portland ; W'M. WALKER, Eugene City; and by Dniggista
generally. lie. :-m
A Happy New Year!
Friendly Greeting to
Old Friends and Patrons !
READ, HEED, AND REFLECT!
The commencement of tho New Year, 18G:
U the accepted uud appropriate time for me to
say to all whom it may concern
t ECCKS KUST EE SETTLED UP.
And having wnited on my patrons for yeurs,
shall expect them to come forward at once and
settle either by
CASH PRODUCE STOCK OR NOTE.
I will rtcriTt iu TuiMt ut A sccvuata r fur f uoils (of
wtich I bi.t full awutfuitat kt the oli Uud) mil kiuds
of product, such
Hides of all kinds,
Stei r-i of nil i?es,
Horses, Mules, etc., etc
N. B. I wish it distinctly understoud that I do uot wish
to credit out nj more goods, then-tore I sliall eipect tlie
produce or stock to be delivered before or at the time the
goods are taken from the stort.
All accounts must be settled by the first of March next,
as we may want to leare for the Varriboo, or, if we do aot
job may, and I waut ail of our accounts settled belore we
part. To these baring accouuts standing from the years
'69 and unless such accouuts be speedily settled by Mute
or otherwise, they will be placed iu the bands of au viScer
for collection. J. L. UUUMLEV.
Eugene City, Oregon, January 1, 1S. Sitf
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALER If
Mechanic's Tools, Boots, Slioes, etc., etc.,
Announces to tho public and patrons lhat h is
still in tho trade at, tho old and well known
stand of S. KD3ENBLATT Si BROTHER;
anci selling pooas nt the iiOWen i TiCeS, tor
CASH AND PRODUCE.
His stuck is entirely new. Pui'chiist'.rs will
find here every article usually kept in th store
ol mis city new ana well sweeter), iihisi
wishing tu buy are requested to cull and examine
his stuck and price before purchasing eisew here
Remember the place and that the stock
WHOLLY NEW, und will continually be re
pleuislied with fivsh new goods of ihn LA TEST
STYLES, PATTERNS AND VARIETIES
Saddler ! Saddlery ! !
A I.AUfiE LOT OK EVERY DESmtP.
liar-J. 7 ?v
SAM. COX'S Old Stand,
Where we will be ou hand (T nint goin
g to Salmon) to
make unr kind of work, iu out line, to onl
None but the Best Material ttsrd.
opinions or Tim piikss.
Sam. Cox's saddles and harness for ilurabilitv nre un
surpassed ou the l'aciuc Coast. He uses none but the Tery
best material, and puts them up in a workman like mini
ner. His colUrs have been known t) eure the most
vbstinuie cases of pole-evil by one week's use. Ipluri
I ut Un um.
Sum. Cox's renowned Saddles and the Salmon Itivcr
mines are the greatest blessings of the ngt.Artt'rnii
It prevents tho Hair from falling off. It cures
Baldness and removes nil dandruff from the
It allays nil irt it ttion ot tho scalp. It cools
and refreshes tho head, nnd imparts to the hairs
healthy lively appearance.
P. 8. The properties which remove dandruff and scruft
from the head, allay irritation and free the scalp from hu
mors, renders this article Invaluable as a lotion in all en
taneous affections ; such as Itch, Rash, Salt Kheum, Chil
blains, Erysipelas, Ringworms, Shingles. Bites and Stings
of Ins i ts, and all eruptious of the skin, especially that
caused by "oison Oak.
REIIlMGTOri & CO.,
4- and 411 Clay Street, San Francisco.
This genuine article is put np in Vl B U!e, and
has the written signature of .V. UiVt. tittariyiml pmpri.
t,r4 Maiirv, on iha label and wrapper. Beware
of all put np in different style, which is ctmitUrf,it.
BETTER FACILITIES, AND
I would annonnce to the people of the Upper
Willamette that I havo moved into my new
building on the corner of Oak and Ninth Streets,
in front of the Court House, where I will be
found ready and willing to meet till my old
friends and patrons and a lair proportion of new
ones. It will be my aim to keep a complete1
with as much
Faney and Ornamental Stuck
as tho market may demand. Having formed1
business connections with extensive Businefi
Houses in Portland and San Francisco, together
with a TEAM which I keep constantly running
during the summer months, I flitter myself
that I can offer to my customers
SURPASSED BY ANY
HOUSE IN THE
I have, at much expense, made extensive preparu
tions for Storage, by w hich mentis I am enabled1
to receive mid place, in market any production ot
either FARMER or MECHANIC.
I will also receive aad ship to any commercial pointr
(loods, Produce, er vther wares, giving the purties udvun
tuge of other markets, and extensive, business acqimint--unce.
A LARGE STOCK OF JAYNE'S
To counteract, at far as possible., tho hard times, I cal
culate to bring my basinej to CASH AXD READY I'AY
t'UINCII'LES, making small prolits und light charges.
Those who are weary and heavy laden (with gold dust)
give me a call.
Eugene City, Jan. 1.1S62. ltf A. S. McCIXRE.
EDWARD A. TANNER, A. M., (of Jacksonville, 111 )
MIriri MARY UODGDON, (of Ipswich, Muss.)
Tuition 5, 6, 7 and 8 dollurs per quarter of 11 necks.
rev. sidney ii. maiwh; a; m
Pklsidest, and Acting Professor of Languages.-
REV. HORACE LYMAN, A. M.,
PitoFKsson of Mutlicmiitics.
EDWARD A. TANNER, A. M.,
Pnut'Essoa M of Ancient Languages
These two Institutions are ut Forest Grove, Washington
Arrangements arc being made by which students can
board in a club at about the cost of provisions. Board in
lai ii i lies is now ii T.i per week.
P.y help of Endowments obtained at the East, Collegiate
instruction is furnished students, however small the mini-'
bur. The situation of I lie College is unsurpassed in beau
ty and healthfulness, uud is iu the midst of a moral com
munity. The Library contains 2,500 choice books. Collections hr
Natural History are being made. Feb. lo, IsAj.
S A 11 S A P A III L L A ,
Blood & Liver Syrup.
It is highly recommended by physicians to cure the fol
lowing diseases, having their origiu in a disordered state of
Scrofula, Titter or Salt Rheum, Seald Head,
Canker, Ulcerations and Enlargement of the
Joints, Cancerous Tumors, Erysipelas,
King's Evil, St. Anthony's Fire,
White. Swellings, Obstiiiiite
Eruptions, Pimples on
the Face, Rhenrna
tism, Blotches, Pustules,
Dyspepsia, etc. ; Syphilitic
nnd Mercurial Affections are
cured ; Chlorosis or obstructions in Fe
males, Leucorrhea or Whites, nre relieved
by the use of this very valuable MEDICINE.
The medical properties of Sarsaparilla in conjunction
with Stillingia are well known by all medical men to be
the best eomtmond yet discovered to cleanse and purify
the blood, and eradicate all humors from the system.
We have given the recipe to most physicians in the
country, that they may know what they are nsing ; and
will continue to send it by mail to those desirous of know
ing the ingredients entering into itj composition, that they
may prescribe it in their practice.
This preparation atands at the head ot the list of reme
dies for curing all disease arising from impurities in the
blood or diseased mutter lurking in the system.
Thousands who have used the Siillingia and Sarsaparilla
ill testify to its remarkable effect in removing all impuri
ties from their blood, giring tone and vigor to the whole
human frame, and restoring a healthy action to all the
functions of the body.
The testimonials received in its favor from manr mem
bers of the Medical Faculty would, were we to publish,
them, fill a large relume.
It is prepared under the supervision of one of the oldest
and best pr ical chemist in the country, (Mr. W. 8..
Merrill, Cincinnati,! an as tn insure an uniformity of com
position and purity in all the ingredient.
Asa spring remedy, to purify and cleanse the blood, lea
ing it free from all humors and imparity, we assert with,
confidence, there is no better remedy.
Sold by all Prnggists. and by
REDINQTON & CO., Agent,
4ii9 and 41 1 Clay Street, San Frant isco.
J 5m To whom ill order should be tddrrseL