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VALUABLE LAND FOB SALE !
1 OFFER MY FARM FOR SALE, in whole or in part,
X to suit purenasers. ll is nesiraoir ana vniunuiy riiub
ted, high and drv, adjoining Eugene City; embracing good
level prairie with a lair amount of river bottom and tim
ber. Persons wanting quantities of a few acres adjoining the
town for building sites, or larger amounts for farming or
other purposes, or any one wanting the whole amount, can
have an opportunity to purchase on accommodating terms,
bv application to nie, or to Dr. A. W. Patterson, oa the
premises, Eugene City, Oregon, March 10, lHj.
' 11. SHAW.
Corner Battery and VaJleJo St,
SAX FRANCISCO, CAU
THIS well known house is five stories high, with a com
manding view of the harbor, and is close to the land
ing places of the boat running to Oaklaud, Petaluma, Or.
' gon, and the Atlantic State.
In accommodation this House will vie with any la the
flat. The 'futile are supplied with the heal the market
sflonts. Single ttnnm and Rooms for Families well fur
nished and thoroughly ventilated, and every attention is
used in every department to promote eomfort of its patron.
1'eaaengen coming from the different bo Is ara earned fre
1,-ir.S tim JOHN J. P0YLE, Proprietor.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
TE IT KNOWN THAT I. TIIOUAS OGG 811 iW
L 308 Sacramento street, San Francisco, bare now on
band, lor sale
8 and 10-Horse Steam Threshers, for 1862,
8 & 10-IIorse Power Machine! of John A. Pitts'
genuine make, Buffalo, N. Y., with all of C. M. Russell's
improvements in the Shoe and Cylinder; as it runs on
Steel nvota, and in all otner respects superior to tne nils
sell make of Machine, both in material and workmanship,
as well as nniali; witu tne large sizcu, improved iuca.
Six 12-IIorae Power Steam Engine, on Trucks,
and capable of running the largest sized Separator, and
threshing in on day, iu a good and workmanlike manner,
,uuu sacs or grain.
4 and 6IIorse Machines, in all respects the same
as the large Machine, to run with GEAR, same as old style
All of the above Machines are made at Buffalo, N. Y., ex
pressly for me and under my direction. Auy person In
want of such machines cannot fail to be pleased, as this
Machine stands unrivaled for Threshing and Cleaning
Grain at one operation. It is acknowledged to be superior
to any other Machine m the W UULU, m its Uperation,
Finish, and Mechanical Construction.
Extra Extras ot all parts of the Genuine Pitts' Machine
constantly on hand. No Machines Genuine except those
made at Buffalo, N. Y., and marked " J. A. PUTS.
Iist of the Articles Manufactured at
Thomas Ogg Shaw's Agricultural
Tus tin's California Combined Reaper and Mow
, er ; California Fire and Burglar Proof
Safes ; Fan Mills ; Han Presses ; Cast
Steel Deep- Tiller Plows, all Sizes ;
Breaking Plows, all Sizes;
Field Rollers; Harrows;
all Kinds of Ma-
chins Castings : all hinds of
Repairing done ; every des
criplion of Brass Work ;
Sash Weights of all sizes,
to order ; Crates and Fen
ders,for Marble Mantles.
Among the lending articles are TUSTIN'S CALIFOR
NIA COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER, which cuts six
feet in width, and is the best Machine on the coast, as it
possesses many advantages over those made in the states,
This Machine took the First Premium at the Sacramento
Fair, over all other Machines. This Machine is so con
structed that it NEVER CHOKES UP, having two sets of
knives, moved by the same crank ; thereby causing twice
the velocity of the knives, over that given by any other
machine, and preventing the possibility of choking, no
matter how slow the team may travel.
Attention is particularly called to the RAKING DE
VICE, which will rake off the urain more regularly and
evenly than can possibly be done by hand, thus saving the
purchaser tne neat sum ol ou per day. lue Mocnnie is
very light and durable.
CALIFORNIA FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES.
which have been tested at various times and found to be
superior to any imported. They uro warranted to be Fire
proof, and entirely free from sweating or duinpness, which
is the great complaint ot the imported safes, as tlicy gath
er moisture on I
Oui Wrought and Chilled-
iron Sale, with Steel Vaults,
and CombiuutioB Locks, is
unsurpassed by any.
rtTAll orders promptly attended to.
And in conclusion
I will add. that
all the above lists ot goods are made ol tne
very be9t material that the country will afford. And while
I feci thankful for all past favors, I trust I may meet with
goon encouragement in the future, feverv article mat i
import is of the very best stvle and improved goods in the
market, and can be sold as cheap as the cheapest. All per
sons in want of any of the above goods, will please send in
their orders in time, to
THOMAS OGG SHAW,
20-3m 208 Sacramento Street, San Francisco.
(succrasoR to r. w. jounson post omici scildiko,)
BOOKS and STATIONERY.
Keeping constantly on hand all the
iu uso In Oregon, and an immense variety of standard
Paper ol all kinds Cap, Legal, Letter, Note, Printing, etc.;
Envelops, 1'ens, 1'encils, Mian hooks every
variety, Slates of all qualities and sizes,
all first quality and cheap.
FOREST WINE BITTERS.
The Greatest Remedy of the Age,
FOR TUB CUKB OF
Weakness of Stomach,
Or any Derangement of the Digestivt Organs.
THEY regulate and prepare the stomach to receive and
digest food in a healthy manner, giving action to the
Liver, by removing the secreted bile, allowing the body its
natural strength. " It is very essential for persons of
every age and condition in life, to he careful and keep their
Digestive Urgans in good oracr. nv doing tins, they will
be nroof nsainst anv. or all, of the prevailing diseases, in
cident to the different climates, no matter what the tem
perature of the same." These Bitter are sure to do this m
every case, if taken according to directions.
There are thousands of small arteries and avenvet in the
human frame, leading to and depending upon, tho gastrie
juice produced by the stomach tor the support of the en-
liro oouv. II me sioniacu is uisrasiMi, surciv n cannoi ao
its work. Consequently the body must be fed from un
prepared and unnatural saliva, sowing corruption through
out the whole system. Hut if the stomach is kept in order,
the created saliva goes to enrich the blood, giving a natural
freshness to the countenance, aud strengthening the w hole
We desire any and every person using the Hitter to
show them to and ask the opinion of their confidential
family physician, in regard to the merits of thenrticle.
TURNER'S FOREST WINE BITTERS
Are sure to regulate the stomach, the main avenue to the
Art sure to counteract Billiousness, when in malarious
Ara sura to agree with the most weakly, as well as the most
robust person ;
Ara snrt to create a good appetite ;
Are pleasant as a beverage ;
Are economical and cheap:
All travelera should carry these Hitters with them, to pre
vent Billiousnes and rcver. caused uy
change of water and
Seamen should carry them to nrevept Scurvy, Ship Fever
and the like when they are deprived
of fresh vegetable.
All person of sedentry hsliits, who cannot ret at night,
should take them before going to bed (as a foul and disr-
danged stomach always p-oduce a ncrvmi irritation of the
muscular glands, causing sleeples night). They assist
the stomach to perform its natural power, allowing the
patient to rest with composure. They are a very rich and
nutritive wine, formed by the addition of nine ditfrrent
kinds of roots, bark and herbs, making a very palatable as
well a nae of tlie most nourishing Hitter in the world.
There ha never been any article introduced that ha gained
such nniverwl coahtlence, and been ao highly applauded
K. il,. niihlic a these Bitter, They hve been in nse
about sin ream, and the ale has increased so much that rl
now takea'three Urge buildings, covering over nin lota of
gmnnd. to do their bnaine. ...
Knr the better protection of the public (aner thi date,
lnl t.MhV hava Air a label, a i splendid and very rx-
nnnaivel Steel Engraving, with the portrait of each mem
ber of onr tirm, making a perfect guarantee against toiio-
terfrit or imitation of the genuine article,
V n llervamr our A Ar H'.Vff PTTTFIK will
be manufactured from White Wine, which make a decided
Improvement, nnequaled by any other bitters in the I nited
state, sold wholesale, oy
' TURNER BROTHER?.
Corner Washington and Franklin street. New York; Sl
agara street, ButUlo, N. . comer Broadway and Front
.tracts, Kan Franci Csl., and for sale Merchants and
DniggiM evervwher. jytt m
WHEELER & WILSON'S
NEW IMPROVEMENTS !
NEW IMPROVEMENTS !
NEW IMPROVEMENTS !
SO LEATHER PAD I
NO LEATHER PAD I
NO LEATHER PAD I
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER.
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER.
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER.
NEW STYLE HEMMER t
NEW STYLE HEMMER !
NEW STYLE HEMMER 1
The Greatest Improvement Invented.
MAKING AN ENTIRE
New Style Machine,
Formerly the justly celebrated LOCK STITCH,
acknowledged by all to be the
ONLY STITCH FULLY SATISFACTO
RY FOR FAMILY PURPOSES.
NEW STYLE MACHINE.
PRICES REDUCED 20 PER CENT.
PRICES BEDUCED 20 FEB CENT.
WHEELER is WILSON t
It is the Cheapest, most Durable, and Easier
Understood than any other Sewing Machine.
SEND FOR A CIRCULAR !
II. C. HATDE5J, Agent,
Cerner Sacramento and Montgomery streets,
HUMIST0N & MA DAN,
WHOLESALE DEALEK8 IN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Fire Proof Brick Store, Front St., corner of Oak.
"VFFER to the trade of Oregon and v, ashington Tern-
J tory inducements second to no other house on this
coast. Our stock consists iu part of
Fine Old Brandy,
Otnrd, Dupuy & Co.,
A. Boniott & Co.,
United Vineyard Proprietors,
Pinett, Castillon & Co.,
Union of the proprietors, L. Marquet, A.
And various other brand. Also, very choice
OLD BOURBON WHISKY,
Old Rye Whisky,
And all other choice brands now in market
Pure Holland Gin, St Croix and Jamaica Rom,
Cordials and Wines of every description.
Also, of onr own bottling, which we claim to be superior
to anything now in tne niaraei,
OTARD, DUPUY & CO. & C MARQUEITS
OLD IJOUUbUM V1II5M, ol a superior
quality, and OLD KYiS WHISKY.
Also. general assortment of ease goods, anaevervtbing
elae annertainiim to the Liquor Trade, which we otter at
San Francisco pricea. Orders from country mer
chant and dealers respectfully solicited.
X. B. All liauora sola nv us are euaranieea to ne gen-
nine, and aa represented, except imported case goods, such
as Mehnappe, etc.
roruanu, vregwi, jiiuvu i, itraj, j
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS.
WE HATE ON IIAD and are constantly receiving
the flnest analitiea of BRANDIES AJfD WINKS.
expressly for the Drug Trade, which we guarantee to be
11LM1STON M A I) A.N,
Complain no more of Aching Teeth.
Thm rmn have been f xtensirely ned hr thnnsanda.
k.,.. ..Miinn has proved that tha Anodyne will viva
Immediate and permanent relief aner the failure or every
olher remedy. It i pleasant ta the last aad smell, and a
few applicatioaa will entirely remove the pain and soreness
from a decayed tooth, so that it may be filled and rendered
aa aaefnl aaever. Whea the pain proceeds from the face
or from the a-nma aronnd a loom apparently emina, inis
Anodyne will give epeedy relief by rubbing a few drops
oa the part affected,
rrenared and anM by A. B. D. CAN OS, Wholesale
rtrrif ifi.ta. l' Fnltoa street, corner nf William, New York.
for sale be PeWitt, Kittle A Co., II. Johnaon A 0.. and
Redingloa A Co.. taa Fraaoissp; Rice fethn, Marre
ville i R II McDonald To., riacramento ; Smith A Davis,
Portland ; WM. WALKfR. FngnCitv; and by DrnnriMs
A Happy New Year!
Friendly Greeting to
Old Friends and Patrons !
READ, HEED, AND REFLECT!
The commencement of the New Year, 1862,
is the accepted and appropriate time for me to
say to all whom it may concern . .
HY BOOKS OUST BE SETTLED UP.
And having waited on my patrons for years.
I shall expect them to como forward at once and
settle ekher by
CASH PRCDUCE STOCK OR NOTE.
I will receive in payment of old accounts or for goods (of
which I have a full assortment at the old stand) all kinds
of produce, such as
Hides of all kinds,
Steers of all ages,
Work Oxen, t
Horses, Mules, etc., eto
N. B. I wish it distinctly understood that I do not wish
to credit out any more goods, therefore I shall expect the
produce or stock to be delivered before or at the tinio the
goods are taken from the store.
All accouuts must be settled by the first Jof March next,
as we may want to leave for the Carriboo, or, if we do not
you may, and I want all of our accounts settled before
part. To those having accounts standing from the years
'59 and '60 unless such accounts be speedily settled by note
or otherwise, they will be placed iu the hands of an o nicer
for collection. 3. L. BRUMLEY.
Eugene City, Oregon, January 1, 1862. 2tf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER lit
mechanic's Tools, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.
Announces to the public and patrons that he is
still in the trade at tho old and well known
stand of S. ROSENBLATT & BROTHER ;
and selling goods at the Lowest Prices, for
CASH AND PRODUCE.
His stock is entirely new. Purchasers will
find here every article usually kept in tho stores
of this city new and well selected. Those
wishing to buy are requested to call and examine
his slock and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Remember tho place and that the stock
WHOLLY NEW, and will continually be re
plenished with fresh new goods of tho LA TEST
STYLES, PATTERNS AND VARIETIES.
A LARGE LOT OF EVERY UESCRIP-
tiou of Saddles. Bridles, liar-J
ness, Pack-xaddlen. etc.. etc.. at
SAM. COX'S Old Stand,
Where we will be on linnd (I aint going to Salmon) to
make any kind ot work, in our line, to order.
None but the Best Material used.
It prevents tho Hair from falling off. It cures
Baldness and removes all dandruff from the
It allays all irritation of the scalp. It cools
and refreshes the head, and imparts to the hair a
healthy lively appearance.
r. S. The properties which remove dandruff and scruD
from the head, allay irritation and free the scalp from hu
mors, renders this article invaluable aa a lotion in all cu
taneous affections ; such aa Itch, Rash, Salt Rheum, Chil
blains, Erysipelas, Ringworms, Shingles, Bites and Stings
of Insects, and all eruptions of the skin, especially that
caused by 7V Oat.
This on!f genuine article is put np in fint Itvttlm, and
has the written signature of .V. Hill; tht original proprie
tor ami man w, on the label and wrapper. Beware
of all put np in different style, which is couUrJU.
REDINGTON & CO.,
409 and 411 Clay Street, San Francisco.
A. H. McCIXRE.
For sale he
r. eosTBu. a. BiLrtUL
J. ROSENTHAL A. CO,
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS,
-VtTHOI.ESALK AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CLOCKS,
Watches. Jewelry, Silver and Mated Ware, Gold
Pen. Cntlery, Fancy tioods, Perfumery, and Musical In
Mf-Watchea. Clock, and Jewelry repaired, and all kinds
of Jewelrr made to ordT All of onr work warranted.
BETTER FACILITIES, AND "
I would annonnce to the people of the Upper
Willamette) that I have moved Into my new
building cm the corner of Oak and Ninth Streets,
in front of the Court House, where I will be
found ready and willing to meet all my old
friends and patrons and a iair proportion of new
ones. It will be my aim to keep a complete1
Staple Goods, .
with as much
Fancy and Ornamental Stock
as the market may demand. Having formed1
business connections with extensive Business
Houses in Portland and San Francisco', together1'
with u TEAM which I keep constantly running'
during the summer months, I flatter myself
that I can offer to my customers '
SURPASSED BY ANY
HOUSE IN THE
I have, at much expense, made extensive prepara
tions for Storage, by which means I am enabled
to receive and place in market any production ot
either FARMER or MECHANIC.
I will also receive and ship to any commercial point,
Goods, Produce, or other wares, giving the parties advsn
tage of other markets, and extensive business acquaint
A LARGE STOCK OF JAYNE'S
To counteract, as far as possible,, the hard times, I eat'
culate to bring my busiiics to CASU AND READY PAY
PRINCIPLES, making small profits and light charges.
loose who are weary and heavy ladeu (with gold dust)
give mo a call.
Eugene City, Jan. 1,1862. Iff A. S. McCLURE.
EDWARD A. TANNER, A. M., (of Jacksonville, III )
MISS MARY HODGDON, (of Ipswich, Mass.)
Tuition . 0, 7 and 8 dollars per quarter of 11 weeks.
REV. SIDNEY II. MARSH, A. M.,
President, and Acting Professor of Languages.
REV. HORACE LYMAN, A. M.,
1'RorKs.sou of Mathematics.
EDWARD A. TANNER, A. M,
pHortason Elect of Ancient Languages.
These two Institutions arc ut Forcat Qrove, Washington
Arrangement are being made by which students can
board in a club at about the cost of provisions. Board in
fumilics is now J J 75 per week.
By help of Endowments obtained at the East, Collegiate
nstructiou is furnished students, however small tl, nm.
ber. The situation of the College i. uusiirpnaacd iu besu
ty and liealthfiilncss, uud is iu the midst of a moral com
munity. The Library contains 2,500 choice books. Collections in
Natural History are being made. Feb. 15, l-SGU.
Blood & Liver Syrup.
It is highly rccommeuded by physicians to cure the fof-
lowing diseases, having their origin iu a disordered state of:
Scrofula, Titter or Salt Rheum, Scald Head,
Canker, Ulcerations and Enlargement of the
Joints, Cancerous Tumors, Erysipelas,.
King's Evil, St. Anthony's Fire,.
White Swellings, Obstinate'
Eruptions, Pimples oa
the Face, Rheuma
tism, Blotches, Pustules,.
Dyspepsia, etc. ; Syphilitic
and Mercurial Affections are
cured ; Chlorosis or obstructions in Fe
males, Leucorrhea or Whites, are relieved
by the use of this very valuable MEDICINE..
The medical properties of Sarssparilla in conjunction,
ith Stillingia are well known by all medical men to be
the best compound yet discovered to cleanse and purify
the blood, and eradicate all humors from the system.
nehave given the recipe to most physicians in the
country, that they may know what they are using ; and
ill continue to send it by mail to those desirous of know
ing the ingredients entering into it J composition, that they
may prescribe it in their practice.
This preparation stands at the head ot the list of reme
dies for curing all diseases arising from impurities in the
blood or diseased matter Inrking in the system.
Thousands who hare ased the Stillingia aad Sarsaparilla,
ill testify to its remarkable effect in removing alt imparl-
ties from their blood, giving tone and vigor to the whole
nmaa frame, and restoring a healthy action to all the
functions of the body.
The testimonials received in its favor from niary men.
bers of the Medical Faculty would, were we te pnblita
them, fill a large volume. ;
It is prepared under the supervision of one of the oldest
and best practical chemists in the country, (Mr W. 8.
Merrill, Cincinnati.) so as to insure an uniformity of com
position and parity in all the ingredients.
Asa spring remedy, to purify and cleanse the blood, lea
g It free from all hamora aad imparity, we assert wil
eon fltlence, there is no better remedy.
(Sold by ail Pmgglsts, and by
REDINGTON & CO., Agentf,
4" and 411 Clay Street, San Francisco. '
"m T? wb'm sll rln should be iddreseH.