Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The state Republican. (Eugene City, Or.) 1862-1863 | View This Issue
Cl-rrv Official. McBiide, 103 Watt, 9.
Gibbs, 110; Miller, 9. ;
May, 102 ; Vining, 9.
Cuok, 105; Greer, 9. .
Gordon, 10G; Noltner, 9 ; Walling, 1.
Thayer, 108 ; Slater, 1.
Umpqua Official, McDriJe, 154; Wait,
Gibbs, 143 ;' Miller, 24.
May, 152 ; Vinhig, 20.
Cook, 155 ; Greer, 22.
Gordon, 157 J Noltner, 22.
Thayer, 138; Slater, 22.
Totutal vote for Senator in Uupqun, Cooso
mid Curry :
Uupqua. Cooso. Curry. Total.
J. W. Dre, 102 30 30 237
G. M. Scudder, 9 27 79 115
Jeo Applegate, 22 22
Polk Official. Union majorities : Mc
Bride, 222 ; Gibbs, 268 ; May, 24$ ; Cook, 207 ;
liepresentatives Simpson's majority over
Myer, 202; Richardson over Myer, 111.
Wasco Official. McBride, C77 ; Wait,
Gibbs, G98; Miller, 291.
May, 082 ; Vining, 2ti3.
Cook, 093 ; Greer, 264.
Gordon, 680 ; Noltner, 262.
liaproseutative, Humason, 445; Gates, 106.
Multnomah County. McBride, 001 ; Wait,
Gibbs, 043 ; Miller, 199.
May, 008; Vining, 219.
Cook, 032; Greer, -jll.
Gordon, 022 ; Noltner, 208.
Shattuck, 020 ; Pago, 6.
Johnson, 590 ; McEwan, 94.
Scat of Government Portland, 747 ; Salem,
40 ; Eugene City, 1.
Union County ticket elected with large major
ilies. Douglas County Official. McBride, 348;
Wait, 274. -
Gibbs, 554 ; Miller, 257.
May, 319, Vining, 201.
Cook, 349; Greer, 201.
Gordon, 348 ; Noltner, 258.
Representatives Mallory, 345, Watson, 34S ;
Eliir, 243, Withers, 246.
Prosecuting Attorney G.izley, 333 ; Fay,
Seat of Government Portland, 11; Salem,
105 ; Eugene City, 361 ; Corvuliis, 13.
Liss County". Uniou majorities from oflicial
McBi ide, 134 ; Gibbs, 1C3 ; May, 147 ; Gor.
fVm, 150 ; Cook, 148.
Prosecuting Attorney Wilson, 584 ; no op.
Seiutors Ballard, 143; Curl, 146.:
UepiesiMitatives Capt. Smith, 145;McCully,
1 15 ; MtCoy, 142 ; Brown, 147.
Jacksos Col-stt. McBride, 513 ; Wait, 413.
Gibbs, 540; Miller, 417. .
May, 503 ; Vining, 455.
Goidon, 523; Noltner, 433.
" Cook, S33 ; Ureer, 431.
: Gazlcy, 530.
: Every county officer was elected Union, and
some without any opposition.
Seat of Government, Eugene City, 349 ; Sa
lem, 119; Corvallis,85; Portland, 6.
' Josephine. Wait, 253; McBride, 230.
Miller, 245 ; Gibbs, 232.
. Vhiinir, 250 ; May, 227.
Greer, 248 ; Cook, 230.
Noltner, 247; Gordon, 230.
Representative J. D. Pay, 234 ; Witt, 233.
The seeesh elected the county ticket entire by
Clackamas. McBride, 040; Wait, 2GL,
Gibbs, 050 ; Miller, 202.
May, 040 ; Vining, 262.
Cook, 640 ; Greer, 260.
Gordon, 638 i Noltner, 204.
Representatives Collard 424, Ramsby 416,
and Kerns 423 ; Englc, 233, Myers, 243.
Attorney W. C. Johnson, 432; McEwan,
. Circuit Judgo-Slmltuck, 433 Page, 23S.
Seat of Government Portland, 270 ; Salem,
33 ; Oregon City, 189 ; Eugene, 31.
FROM TlIE NORTH.
From the, UjunUiinetr.
High Water. That venerable individual
known as the " oldest inhabitant," has no rccol.
lection of the water ever being so high as at the
present. The stores on the north side of Main
street are submerged to the second story, nnd
parties who had piled their goods on the topmost
shelves are heavy losers. The total damage sus
tained thus far is certainly not less than $100,.
000, and the end is not yet.
Cascades Railroad. From the officers of the
steamer Hassaloe, we learn that the freshet has
played sad havoc with the Cascades Railroad.
This whole of tho upper part of the road has
.been washed away, and great fears are entertain'd
jor the bridges. For the present all travel over
the road is suspended, and it will require many
thousand dollars to repair tho damages.
Salmon River. Accounts from Salmon river
continue favorable. A gentleman who has been
but a few weeks in the mines, writes to his part
ner in the Dalles that he has taken up a claim
that yields e I to the bucket.
It is supposed that there are from seven hun.
r'ed to a thousand persons in the Powder river
country the greater portion of them engaged
in prospecting. Not more than twenty claims
were fairly opened, and the average yield of these
was all the way from 10 to 25 per day to the
hand. With a proper supply of water, our in.
formant is of opinion, that claims can be found
for ten thousand men.
A Nsw Cocutt. The people living on Fow-
rW rlnr hava nrrrnnizprl new county, which
they propose to name Baker county, in honor of
our late Senator. On the day of the election,
they elected a County Judge, and all the officers
necessary to put the county machinery in opera
tion. At the meeting of the Legislature appli
cation will be made to that body to legalize the
action of the people. Baker county has now a
population of over twelve hundred the number
required by the Constitution and there can be
little doubt but that the new county will be re
cognized. J. M. Kirkpatrick was chosen to rep
resent the county in the next Legislature, and no
doubt will prove an efficient RprMeotatire.
A correspondent of the Oregon Stattiman
Any person having friend in Powder river
can reach them by nddressing their letters to
Walla Walla, " care of Barrett's Express to
Powder river." This express is carried every
week, running from Powder river to the mines,
and Mr. Barrett has names of most of the miners
on his list.
Tin Indian have recently been committing
outrages on Humboldt Bay, killing and robbing.
The citizens are out of patience that the military
authorities do not prove more vigilent to guard
against those red devils.
The following is the traitor Ranson's order to
the loyal men of Washington, North Carolina :
Gentlemen : You are hereby notified to report
yourselves at Washington, North Carolina, to
SergeantSethBridgman by Monday morning, ten
o'clock, or you will be hunted for and shot, as
deserters of your country.
By order Hanson, Brigadier General.
The following is the reply :
Go to h 1, you infernal scoundrel. If you
come to Washington wo will tar and feather and
rido you on a rail.
Durino the last few weeks largo numbers of
cattle have passed through here northward. We
think drovers would save time and money if they
would go over on the McKenzie trail, for it was
said that the cattle looked well which went out
on that trail some years ago. It is certainly a
J. B. Underwood,
NOTARY PUBLIC, will punctually attcud to all bus
iness entrusted to bis cure.
7-tf Eugene City, Oregon.
H. C. SHALL,
TTORNEY AT LAW, will practice in all tlie Courts
XI ot this state, particular attention given to Uonvey
uncing, Collection of Debts, etc. Ollice in the Court House,
Eugene City, Oregon. L'S-liiu
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION", to me directed, I
hare levied upon and will proceed to sell to the high
est bidder, for cash, on tho
20th day of Juno, 1802,
between the hours of 10 a. . and 4 p. u., on the premises,
the following described property, situated in Douglascoun
ty, Oregon, to wit. : all that piece or parscl of land, com
mencing at a point in the line of Win, T. Perry's origininul
land claim under the donation law of September J7th,
A. D. 1 8." thirty feet west of the center of the Mil
iturv roud running through a part of anid claim, nnd
lately conreved by tho said Perry to one S. C. Smith, thence
in a "northerly direction in a lino with said road to an oak
stake at the intersection of the said road with the south
line of a tract of land theretofore conveyed by the said Per
ry to ono William Horsely, thence in a westerly direction
with the last mentioned south line to where the same inter
sects the original west line of said Perry's donatrou claim,
thence south with the said line to the said Perry's original
southwest corner of said claim, thence east to the place of
begiuuing, containing eight acres more or less, with all
the improvement thereon, mill and mill-gear, water and
water privilege, and every casement appertaining thereto.
Said property is sold to satisfy an execution in favor of K.
E Stratum and against J. 1). 'Dunsett, tt, a!., for tho sura
of $1293 02, judgement and costs.
J. M. FULLERTON.
May 2i, 16C2. 23 Sheriff Douglas couuty.
Notice to Absent Defendant.
rpo WILLIAM POLLARD: You aro hereby notified
J- that unless you appearin the Circuit CoHrt of tbeState
of Oregon, for the countv or Lane, on the (mirth Monday
(i.'7th day) ot October, next, Is!:;, and answer the complaint
of Commodore P. Wilson, IT ft", which has been tiled with
the Clerk of said court, and prays for a judgment against
yon for tl3", besides interest and costs, the same will be
taken for confessed, and the prayer thereof will be granted
by the court. I! v order of Hon. It. E. Stratton. Judge.
S. ELLSWORTH, I'l'ffs Attv.
Dated, March 20, 1902. U-3m
IROM tie subscriber", living three miles south of Eugene
City, a strawberry-roan filly, two years old last spring;
no mark or brand except the hair in the face is a little light
crthan en tho other parts of the body. Any information
concerning the same will bo suitably rewarded. K attune
City, Oregon. Rtf Wa. LUCKEY.
EXTRA RASPBERRY SYRUP,
Manufactured from part juice of Raspberries, and is equal
to any article of the kind heretofore introduced.
Some of tho reasons why TURNERS' Ginger Wine, Cor
dials, Hitters, etc., are better than any others in the United
First We have three of the largest manufactories of the
kind in the world :
One at NEW YORK; On
BUFFALO, New York;
and (he 3d at SAN
ituilt specially for our business in the most complete man
ner in every particular.
Secondly We can and do have every advantage that
money can purchase or convenience could facilitate. Our
goods" are manufactured from the very best materials
with the utmost care, and are the lending articlca of the
kind throughout every State in the Union, China, Sand
wick Islands, and including almost every place where the
Anglo Saxoai race are represented.
We hare constantly on hand and for sale in quantities to
Ginger Wine, Forest Wine Bitters, Blackberry Brandy,
Sarsapsrilla Soda, Cherry Krandy, Wormwood Hit
ters, Wormwood Cordial, Stomach Hitters, Cherry
Cordial, Vegetable Bitters, Raspberry Syrup,
Htoughten Hitters, Spice Hitters, Lemon
Syrup, Ex't Raspberry Syrup, Orgeat
Syrup, Gum Syrup, Anisette, Col
oring, Curaqoa, Absyntbe,
Essence Jamaica Ginger, Essence Pepper
mint, Roscncbieil's Bittern, etc.
Turner's Ginger Wine.
This article iprepar:d from pure White California Wine
i I - r.imrdp Runt in such a manner . in form tha
best and most pleasant tonic ever introduced.
It is an invaluable remedy Tor uvspepsia. Indiges
tion, and for all diseases where a gentle
stimulant is required to bring the
ejstem into healthy and
ONE MILLION GALLONS.
In Barrel and Cants, Sold Annually,
Throughout the world, thereby proving its unrivalled and
nnemialed merits. It has received the approbation of the
Medical faculty throughout the United States, and wher-
'"ye caution all consumer of " Ginger Wine" to exam-
i i .uuln. innt inrh a tiMVA on
ine lilC IttOCI, as none ------ --
them our engraved ?r?rrvuuVxr
prepared bv Turner Brothers. Newjork; liutlalo. New
York; and San Francisco, California.
BY VIRTUE OF AN" EXECUTION" to me dirrected,
issued out of the Circuit Court for the county of Doug
las, and State of Oregon, I have levied npon and will pro
ceed to soil to the highest bidder, fur cosh, on the
10th day of July, 18C2,
between the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock r. .,
the following described real estate, situated in Douglas
county, Oregon, to wit, all thalcertuin piece of land known
as the' donation land claim of Luiaru Wright and Rebecca
his wife, uud described as follows, beginning Sou chain
east of the quarter section post between section 21 and 2
townshipt 2t), south rauge & west, thence M.7u chains east,
117 chains north, A4.70 chains west, 117 chains to place of
beginning, the whole containing 040 acres, mora or lcs,of
which the west bull' is designated to the wife, and is not
included hereiu, together with all the tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging. The said
properly is taken to satisfy, au execution issued out of said
Circuit Court in fuvor of Solomon A brum, el. al, and
against the said Lazarus Wright sud wife lor the sum of
(1,558 21, judgment and costs.
JOHN FULLERTON, Sheriff.
Roscburg, Douglas county, Oregon., June 9, 1862.
A DEEP BAY, middle-siicd American horse; about five
years old, with a small star in his forehead, and some
saddle marks. Any person taking him up and returning
biin to the subscriber will be liberally rewarded.
A. W. PATTERSON.
Eugene City, May 8th, 1802. 18-tf
Notice to Absent Defendant.
James Estep r: James A. Dillon and Elius Wil 'ams.
rpo JAMES A. DILLON : You sre hereby notified that
I unless you appear in the Circuit Court of the Stute of
Oregon, for the county of Lane, on the fourth Monday of
October, A. I). lS'i'J, and answer the complaint of James
Estep, plaintiff, which has been tiled with the Clerk of said
Court, and prays for a judgment against you for (1 IV 14,
besides interest and coU of suit, liie said complaint will
be taken for confessed, and thepraver thereof will be grant
ed by the Court. Ky order of said Court made at the April
term, 1302. D. M. UISDON, P'lUs Atty.
Eugene City, May 30, 1862. 2a-3m
AGENTS FOR THE STATE REPUBLICAN.
The following named gentlemen are authorized to re
ceive and receipt for niouey on subscription to the Rsri'B-
San Francisco, California, - .- Charles A. Crane.
Portland, Oregou, Logan 4 Shattuck.
Oregon City, - - W. C. Johnson.
Lafayette, Yumhill county, - - - John Cummins.
Salein, Oregon, ------- J. C. Cartwright.
Silvenon, W. R. Dunbar.
Albany, D. W. Wakefield.
Corvuliis, A. O. llovey.
Engine City, ........ ...J. M. Gale.
Rosebnrg, "... J. II. Rogers.
Jacksoni'ille, J. R. llodgen.
Ashland, J. M. McCall.
Traveling Agent, - . - t - M. G. McCarty.
Postmasters are also requested to receive and forward
subscriptions. Mony uiiiy be sent through the mails at our
Passage and freights from Portland to Lewistou by
From Portland to Cascades, - '- - $1 W)
Railroad, - - - , - - - - 1 00
From Cascades to Dalles, - - - - ' 4 00
Stage fare on portage, - - - - - 8 00
From Des Chutes to Wullula, - - - - 15 00
Wallula to Lewiston, ... - - - 15 00
Total, $42 00
Freight from Portland to Dalles, - 20 00 per ton.
Dalles to Wallula, - - - - 65 00 "
Wallula to Lewiston, - - 45 00 "
Total - . - .- - $120 00
Freight on two horse wagons from Portland to
Dadcs, ... . . . $30 00 ,
Animals from Portland to Dalles, - - 5 00
To Merchants and Shippers.
PORTAGE AT OREGON CITY.
rpiIB MKRCIIAXTK AND SHIPPERS of tho Willamette
I Valley re notified that
BARSTOW A FRAZER
are now prepared with plenty of teams nnd careful drivers
to pass freight over the Portage between Oregon City and
Cunemah as fast as could be expected.
One of us will be nt all times at each end of tho route to
attend to the forwarding of the freight, so as to prevent
any unnecessary delay.
Oregon City, Oregon, January 1, 1802. Stf
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD is offered for a
better Antidote for all affections of the
URINARY ORGANS and PROSTATE GLAND
Dr. FRANK ALLERTON'S
Antidote and Hose Injection.
The worst cases of Gonorriiok arc rdically cured by two
or three bottles. Slight cases in two or three davs. This
preparation will do w-liat no other remedy can, or has been
known to do, viz : Cure every case, no matter how compli
cated. Thousands can testify to this fact, who had, previ
ous to using Dr. Allerton's Antidote and Rose Injection,
expended hundreds of dollars on worthless nostrums and
TRY THIS REMEDY I Two or three doses is sufficient
to convince you of its superior medicinal virtues. The
only restriction while using the Antidote is to avoid all
Spirits and Beer, or Ale. lie sure to ask for Dr. FRANK
ALFaTON'S Antidote and Rose Injection. Take it accor
ding to direetious on the bottle and it will cure you.
Sold by all regular Drugirists and Dealers in California,
Oregon and ISnti-h Columbia.
Price for Antidote, $1 fty; Rose Injection, $1 00. Three
bottles is nearly always euticicnt to perform a radical cure,
leaving no traces of the malady in the system, which can
not be truthfully said of any other known preparation.
Cor. Front and Broadway Streets
SAN FRANCISCO, CAl
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
Building Lots from $10 to $200 Each.
Also, 50 Vara Lot and Entire Block) of Bean
tiful Oar Jen Land !
IS THE CITY AND COCNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO,
on the line of the San Joae Railroad, at the West End
Depot The title is absolutely PERFECT, being a Spanish
Grant, finally confirmed and patented by the United States.
The Shatter Hill respects this Title; the City Authorities
respect it ; the District Courts and Supreme Court of the
United States respect it. Besides the TUU hat l frerrr
qnvtM hf a t'tnal iMcrt and Judgment ayaint tie City. So
that there ia not even a cloud or a shadow upon it. Who
ever purchases one of these lots will bny a lot and not a
Office No. 19 Naglee's Building, eoroer of Montgomery
and .Merchant streets,, San Francisco.
m-3m H.RVEYR. BROWX.
COIISER BROADWAY AXD SASSOME STREETS,
mTHE Proprietor of this well known and old es
tablished llouse is still at his old tricks feeding
the public for the low sum of rot a dollars per
wee, and the cry is " Still they come !" This Hotel was
..t.l,i;.l,.rf in lM.vi. and the Pr'onrietor proudly appeals to
its well known reputation, and at the same time pledges
himself to use every entjeavor 10 man
eonveuienceof bis guests. The Brooklyn HoteJ WAf.OX
will always be ready on the wharf on lb arrival of the
steamer, to convey passengers and their hxgtm to the
House, free of rharze. To prevent imposition tie positive
sod see thst BROOKLYN HOTLL is painted in large let
ters on the aides of the Omnibus.
Board per day, tl ; Board per week, t ; Meals, tods i.;
-Lodgings, .VXts.Lodg.ng, p-r il?Vv j'
rooms ,V) cents pernigot. Jon. af L.Lr,Jr ,
Jr !4. !? Sin
HISTORY OF THE WAR 0 18GI.
DESCRIPTIVE, STATISTICAL, AND DOCUMENT
ARY. Edited by Hox. E. O. Syftea.
I.ate Minister of tho United Slates to Central America.
This work is published in Semi-monthly Numbers; its
MAMMOTH SIZE allows of the lurgest Eugraviugs, audit
contains a complete epitome of the war in which the coun
try ia mvelved, with all the Facts, Sceues, Inciilt uts and
Anecdotes counected with It, arranged chronologically,
forming a cotemporury and permanent History of the time.
All Oilicial aud important Documents, emanating North
or South, appear iu full, with complete and aulhentie ac
counts aud Illustrations of all the striking Incidents of the
War; together with the Portraits of Leading Olhcers and
Stntemen, Plans and Views of Fortilieatioua, Maps, etc.
Tho Pictorial History of tho War of lMil, is invaluable
to Families, for in its inagniliceiitly illustrated pages, even
children can trace the course of events, while as a work of
Reference for all classes, its value aud importance must
increase with every year. In its completed form it will be
one of the most magnificent Historical Political Works
ever issued from any press in the World.
Each number is exquisitely printed on fine, thick pnper,
in lurge, clear type, and is stitched in a cover with a beau
tiful Illustrated Title Page.
Teu numbers have been published, containing upward
of 2."0 Engravings, and mutter equivalent to 2uo0 octuvo
Published every fortnight. TbrvsSS cents per num
ber. Two dollars will secure the first Eight numbers. The
usuul discount to trade. FRANK LESLIE, Publisher,
7-tf No. 1 City Hull So,iune, New York.
AN INSTITUTION is being formed in this place to be cx
clusivly devoted to the advancement of kcitsce in this
country, arid especially of the physical or naturul sciences
which requires, as a basis, a MUSEUM, or collection of
specimens in tlie various departments, such as Botany,
lieology, Zoology, Oology, etc. therefore all persons are
invited to assist by collecting and acudiug us such speci
mens as they may be able to obtain.
Skins of all kinds of animals wanted, whether common
or rare, whether feuthcry or hairy. If persons do not wish
to spend their time in removing the skin, send us the bird
or animal and we will attend to it ourselves. Iu skinning,
the bones of the head and legs should be lelt, after dis
placing the skin sutliciently to remove the tlcsh, eyes, etc.
As the skull is ulso a fair index to the structure, natum
and habits of animals, a collection of them, uf all kinds,
whether they be of things which walk, crawl, Hy or swim,
are wanted. Entire skeletons would bo preferred.
-i f BUSHELS of birds eggs wanted, this coming spring
YJ and summer, to assist in the perfection and study of
the new science of Oology eggs ot even the most common
kinds of birds. A description of the nest, its position and
structure, ulso of tho kind of bird and the time when it
lays its eggs, are necessary, and should be accompanied by
the head and wing of the bird.
Hocks of oil kinds wanted, especially those containing
fossils, the different kinds of metals, etc.
Plants of all kinds, with their flowers, collected and pre
served in herbariums, whether described or not, urc also
Those interested in the progress of science in this coun
try will find this a favorable opportunity for rendering
their assistance ; and to the young especially, we would
say, you cannot engage iu a tnoro interesting and lauduble
enterprise than making collections of the desired speci
mens. Specimens of ull kinds designed for tho Museum may bo
left st the utlice of the Statk Ukpi uj.icax, and all addresses
should be to HENRY CUMMINS, Eugene City, Oregou.
Feb. t, lbii-.'.
CHARLES A. CRANE,
Cor. Washington & Sansome Streets,
Government House Up-Stairs.
Stow' Stock Reporter. -Dully
Nevada National, -
Butte Democrat, -
Placer Courier, - - - -Northern
Coloma Times, - -
Mouiicj'n Kvpi-pusi, .
Southern News, - - - .
Duily Argus, - . . - .
Daily Appeal, - -
Napa County Times, -
San Joso Telegraph, -
Alameda Herald, - -
Santa Cruz News, - -Petaluina
Argus, - - -
Sonoma County DciP'at
Los Angeles ';i(r, . . .
Di!y Oregon Advertiser,
San Andreas Independent,
Columbia News, - - -
Alemeda County Gazette,
Democratic Age, . - - .
Oregon Fanner, -
Mountaineer, - - -
Ilutehiu's Magazine, -
Kugene City, Oregon
- San Francisco
- - Grass Valley
- - - - Orovillo
- - - Forest Hill
- . . . FoUom
- - - Quincy
- ... Stockton
.... San Jo.ie
. . Oakland
- - - Martinet;
. - . gaD. ia r.t
- - l.os Angeles
- - - Portland
- - Mariposa
- - - San Andrea
- - - Columbia
- Carson Vulley
- - San Lenndro
- - - - - Sonora
- - Oregon
- Dalles, Oregon
Advertising in the Atlantic States.
C. A. C, will hIso attend to forwarding Advertisements
to papers publisiird in any portion of the Atlantic States.
TRACY & CO'S OREGON EXPRESS.
Portland, March 31st, 1802.
rpiIE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between the
1 unuersignea is tins day dissolved ny iiintttiii consent.
K. W. TRACY
E. L. James.
E. W. TRACY'S
EV. TRACY will continue the Express from PORT
S' LAND to JACKSONVILLE, with the following
OFFICES AND AGENTS.
Charman A Warner.
F. X. Mathieu.
- l. Wolfe.
Williams A Lippencott.
. . J. Conner.
II. M. Ellsworth.
Lord, Peters A Co.
A. R. Flint.
Sideman, Wollenberg A Co.
C. E. Ileekman.
E. W. TRACY.
WELLS, FARGO & CO'S EXPRESS.
WELLS, FARGO A CO. HAVE EXTENDED THEIR
VANCOUVER, CASCADES, DALLF-S,
WALLULA, WALLA WALLA, LEWISTON,
OROFINO, PIERf ECITV, ELK CITY,
snd the SALMON RIVER MINES.
t A list of Agents will be published as norm aa practicable,
anil each Agent will be furnished with a commission siieci
fring his authority and the extent to which he will be
bound by his acts, which will be publicly exposed in bis
olllcs for the inspection of those doing business with us.
WELl-S, FARtJO A ft).
E. W. TRACY, Superintendent for Oregon snd Wash
ington Territory. 14-tf
Superior Yeast Powders.
WARRANTED to make Light Sweet and nutritions
Eqnsllr adapted to LOAVES, HOT EfSCCIT. RIXK-
wheat, a oiinu cares, c, ii erbr eav,
AXD CARti Of ALL RIMS.
Warranted fully equal to any in the market.
. Ask for REDINGTON A CO'S YEAST POWDERS, sad
take no other, if too would bar uniformly goad bread.
MiDu?v:turd and sold at wholesale, by
sri 4V. C'y St , Ttr. rar.-;f.
r Tt only artcir.'C eimidt roa
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, CHRONIC BRONCHITIS,
ASTHMA. DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS AND GENER
AL DEltll.lTY, FEMALE COMPLAINTS AND
ALL DISORDERS OF THE D1.00D SYSTEM.
This new and rcmurkublo Chemical Remedy a prepsra
tion of owdimble phosphorus was discovered by the eels
brnted Dr. J. F. Churchill, of Paris. It baa beeii used by
over teu thousand physicians, during the last three years
with results unpurulleled in the annuls of medicine ; crea
ting an entire revolution in the treatment of Chronic Dia
eases of the Lungs, Stomach, and all morbid conditions of
the Nervous and lilood Systems. I'ontumptwn is no Ion
f.ran ineuntUt maUiJi, for this Remedy has rtttvrtd Aim
artJt, in allttatjfof tht ti'wiw.
Have a two-fold and specific action on the one hand in
creasing the principle which CONSTITUTES NERVOUS
KNfcltUV j and, on the otoer, being tne jnu!"i runts
FUL III.OOD GENERATING AGENTS KNOWN. They
act with promptness and certainty in all general morbid
conditions, such as Chronic llronchitia, Asuinia, Scrofula,
Murasmus. Anemia. Female Coniiilinnt, etc., and in all dia-
orders of the Nervous or lilood Systems. Their eft'ect upon
the tuburciilur condition is immediate all the general
symptoms disappearing with a rapidity which la really
marvelous. Thev increase the nervous or vital energy, re
lieve Cough, check Night Sweats, diminish Expectoration,
Improves the Appetite, arrest Diarrhea, nnd promote re
freshing sleep, A FAIR TRIAL IS A CERTAIN CURB.
Winchester's Genuine Preparation
OF THE IIYPOPHOSPI1ITES is the only reliable form of
Dr. Churchill's Remedv, and is approved !r the Medical
Profession gencnillr. USE NO OTHER, Oil ANY REM
EDY CONTAINING IRON.
Zf" Circulars containing the only authentic information
in regard to the new treatment, free.
I W Price $2 per bottle. Sold Wholesale and Retail at
the California Branch Depot, bv 8
604 Mission St., two doora west oSeeond, San Francisco.
FOR THE REMOVAL AND CURE OF
All Diseases arising from au Impttre
State of the Blood or Habit
of the System.
IN thit preparation are strongly concentrated all tha
medicinal properties of Sarsupa'rilla, combined with the
mos'.etlcctiiul aids, the most salutary productions, the most
potent simples of the vegetable kingdom ; and the combi
nation is such that one modities ami improvea the other,
producing a compound dillcring entirely in its character
and properties from uny other preparation, and unrivalled
in its operation on the system when laboring under diseaae.
It bus been so fully tested, not only by patients themselves,
but ill ho by pii'.-iciuua, that it has 'received their unquali
fied recouiuieiidutiohs and the approbation of the public;
and has established on its own merits a reputation for Val
i:k and r.FKic.cr tar superior to the various compounds
bearing tho name of Sarsaparilla.
t ROll THE ARM'.
MoxTuntr, Cal., Jan. 19; 1930.
Xlessrs. A. II. A D. Saxos Gentlemen: 1 beg leave to add
my testimony ill fuvor of your invaluable medicine, hrming
it may lead somo other unfortunate beings to try its ellecls,
and that they may be benefited as I have been. I arrived
here bv the overland route, nbout the first of October last.
A few days lifter I was attneked with a very disagreeable
eriiption'of the skin, which my physician could not cure.
I bappeued to lind your Sarsnparilla in a store in this place,
nnd remembering tho popularity of the medicine at home,
I purchased three bottles, wbieli had tho desired effect o(
removing my ditticulty entirely.
With high regards, yours, etc..
J. II. MILLER, Lieut. tT. S. A.
Prepared and sold by A. II. & I. Sands, Wholesale
Dmirgists, luu Fulton street, corner of William, New York.
For sule by DbWitt, Kitti. A Co., II. Johnsom A Co.,
and Rkbinotos A Co., San Francisco j Rica A Cofhn, Ma
rvsvillc; H. II. McDoNAi.n A Co., Sacramento ; Smith A
Davis, Portland ; WM. WALKER Eugene City) and by
Druggists generally, lil!7-3m
C LONER'S DELTA EYE OPENER.
A healthy, pure, invigorating American brink.
pvciuiuny nuttpica tor a ouuuiuru or irup
ieul Climate, atiJ strongly rccomonded
ns a family stimulant, by the most
eminent Medical Men in tho
United States nnd Europe.
The Proprietor of tliis truly celebrated bcv'eHg, In his
long experience as one of the largest Importers bf first
class Wines mid Liquors in the city of New Yr, has long
felt the want that existed in every 'family, of a Tonic, which,
eonlil be used with benefit, by every household, from the
child to the adult, and in compounding this beverage, his
aim bus been to use only the purest material, with the moat
rerhrrche llavoring, thereby fully established the fact, that
a vast degree of benefit accrues from the use of this stimu
lant, incomparison with tho vile compounds so extensively
manufactured and foisted on the public, under the endorse
ment of a paid analvtieal certificate. .
In the Atlantic States, this truly Satiotm! Ttrink super
sedes tho use of all others ever introduced to the American
Ciiblic, in addition to which it is now extensively used in
urope. The Kings of Ktlgium and Sardinia hare both
ordered snpplics, from samples sent direct to ohr Consuls,
as has also tlie elilt ol the French Court, as well as the
highest circles in London, Liverpool and Antwerp ; in fact,
it is adapted to all climalea and classes, but more particu
larly to the South, the proprietor having always the grand
object in view of producing a cordial which would materi
ally arrest any disease, incidental to a hot climate, while
he guarantees that the regular nsu thereof Will rttectualy
prevent any of those symptoms, habitual in s trip to or
resilience in the Smith.
The entire press of New York, from artnnl experience,
attust to tha vshie of this delicious Family Invigorator.
Jurirt r. umj.-imi,
Inventor and Proprietor.
Abbott A Oldman, Agents,
ls-Sm 4od F'ront street, San Francisco.
Dr. William Hall's Balsam for the Lungs
CONSUMPTION. ASTHMA, NIGHT SWEATS, SPIT
TING HI.OOD, COLDS. COUGH, INFLUENZA,
PAIN IN THE SIDE, AND ALL, DIS
EASES OF THE LUNGS.
Dr. Wm. Hall's llulsam for the Lungs, in sll eases gives the
bet of satisfnetion.
Dr. Wm. Hall's Ral.am for the I.nngs, has wrought more
cures since its introduction than any other cough medi
cine. Dr. Wm. Hull's Riilsam for the Lungs, is endorsed by your
leading physicians aa the safest and best remedy now
before tlie public.
Dr. Win. Hull s llnlsnm forthe Lungs, is safe to use among
children, aud yet powerful in cases of chronic pulmona
Dr. Wm. Hall's Balaam for the Lungs, brings in certificates
almost daily, of its wonderful curea in all parts of the
The more sinking proof the intrinsic worth and excel
lence of DR. WM. HALL'S UAI.SAM for the LUNGS, is
shown in the rapidity with which it becomes a general)
favorite with the people. There ia nothing of aimilai;
nature but what ia cast into the shade when the Ualaesa baa
been thoroughly tested. The agents for its sale, the eoun-.
try over, in ordering new supplies, are very entansiaatiQ
in its favor, saving: "It is just tlie thing; ifc cts like s,
charm; its ettects are truly magical."
The purchaser should be very partiiular to ask for, and
take none but Dr. William Hall's Uulasm for the Longs
which is warranted to give satislaction or the aaoney re
For sale bf all Druggists, and by
REDINGTON & CO.
Sole Agents, ii and 411 Clay St., San Francisco.
ATTORNEY and Counselor, V. S. Supreme Conrt endj
ether courts. Otlice at Eugene Citv, Lane rouoty,
Oregon. AJso, Cr-mm-sonrof DV)s for Vatr York, Ccn-