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EUGENE CITY, AUGUST 16, 1862.
AGENTS FUR TUB STATU REPUBLICAN.
The follow ini? named gentlemen are authorised to re
ceive aud receipt fur money ou subscription to the Hum-
dun Francisco, Culiforuia,
Charles A. Crane.
YV. C. Johnson,
J. C. Curlwright.
W. It. Duubar.
I). W. Wakelield.
- A. O. Hover.
J. N. liule,
J. H, lingers.
J. K. Hodden.
J. M. McCall.
Oregon City, - - - -ctaleui,
Oregon, - -fSilvertuu,
A I ban v,
Kugcne City, -
M. O. McCarty.
Postmasters are also rcunested to receive and forward
subscriptions. Mony way be aeut through the mails at our
It will be seen by reference to our advertising
columns that Rev. E P. Henderson, for some
'enrs Principal of Columbia College, has return
d from California and taken charge of the
Academy at Hurrisburg It U n fortunate that
our citizens did not secure his services in one of
the vacant Academics of this place, Dut, as he
lias be.cn allowed to pass, we hope he may meet
"with that success which Jis services so justly
I.kad the new advertisement of A, S. Mo
Clure. Mo. knows how to do business.
tfa ftugene City on the 13th inst. Mint. Klixadkth Jam
AmtCEArr, aged 80 years, 2 niohths and lu day.
California and Oregon papers please copy.
In Gilroy, Cal. July 8th, Maiit Cathauikk, only Duiigh
ter ot Dr. J. J. and C. E. llruuian, aged 1 yeur and 4
Alittle snow drop raised its head
And ope'd its petals to tlio sun.
Hut ah ! too frail a flower for Earth,
It withered and was gone.
F THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OK THE
county of Douglas, tor the fiscal year ending July 1st,
Rec'd. Tax collected by Treasurer,
- - Mltil 84
From Estravs, and Probate Fees, - - 1 2D 50
m 1.. i -i L . :......
uruucrTi umiaiu aiiurnii iiwiisv, , pj w
Fine of Andrew Thomas,
" Henry Jones, ....
Total amount of Receipts, - -
Fees of Circuit Clerk, -
Count v Clerk,
School Superintendent, - -
Prosecuting Attorney, -
t'oustablcs, - - -
I S rand Jurors, -------
Paid forStatiouery for OHices, ....
Firewood and Lights, -Repairs
of Jail and Court House,
Printing. - -- -- -- --
Roads and Bridge, ....
Medicid Attendance, ....
Sundries for Jail, etc., - -
Road damages to S. Applegatc,
U. W. Pvburn's Attorney,
State Tax lor IS I, -School
Total amount of Expenditures,
" ' B-'ccipts,
- Iii'2 SO
- 4' 10 Oil
4 1 0.-
- 41 9i
- 173 Oo
- 4 10 00
- 2 Co
- 2H 37
- t7 00
So o i
- 61 2.i
- BS3 00
300 J 8"
- 1002 So
Xo filial settlement made with Sheriff on Tax account.
CTATE OF OREGON,
County of Douglas, j '
I hereby certify the above to be a true and correct
statement of Receipts and Expenditures of Douglas Couu
tr, Oregon, from Julv 8th. lS'il, to July 1st, 1862.
" JAMES WALTON, Clerk of
Douglas County, Ogn.
This Institution la situated at the town of Ilarrisburg,
fn Linn County, Oregon, in a pleasant and healthy local
the building is large and
The first Session will begin on the
71HST DAY OV SEPTEMDKIt, 1802.
The Academic year is divided into two Sessions, of 1Mi
Tuition will be t 10 and $11 per Session ; one-half in
Advance, and the other half at the close of the Term. Stu
stents admitted at any time, and charged from the time ot
eutcrance to the close of Session, unless a special contract
is made otherwise.
The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing to his
former patron and friends, tha' after an absence of three
years he has returned to Oregon, and located permanently
jit the above named Institution, and will be happy to meet
any of his former students in this new and elegant Acad
"my; whore every facility will be afforded to them that
titer enjnved with him in the brightest days of "Columbia
4'ol'lcge."- K. P. HENDERSON,
P. S. Boarding can be had, in private families, very
A. S.Itlc Clure,
DRY GOODS, CLOTIIIXG, SALEM
CLOTH, BOOTS AXD SHOES,
II A R WARE AXD CUT.
PA TEXT MED.
OA TS, B UTTER, EG GS, A XD
ALL OTHER KIXDS OF SALE
ABLE PRODUCE TAKEX AT LIBERAL
PRICES IX XXCHAXGE FOR GOODS,
Coin Oab n Knmi stbsits m rarvrr or Corrr-ilorse.
Eugene City, Oregon, August 1st, IMi. Sl-tf
To tha Tax Payer of Lane County.
"V'OTICK IH HEREBY GIVEN, That on the last Monday
in August the Aseaor will attend attheofticeof the
County Auditor of the aforesaid county, and, with the aa
istanc nf said And it or, will publicly examine the aaaesa
tnent rolls, aad correct all errors in the same.
39- W. . LUC KEY, Assessor.
J. B. CADLnWOOD.
ELLSWORTH k UNDERWOOD,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
OmcB OPPOSITE GLODK IIOTKL, KUOKNK C1TT, OGN.
H. C. SMALL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, will practice iu all the Courts
of this State. Particular attention given to Convey
aucing, Collectiou of Debts etc. Ollice iu the Court House,
Eugene City, Oregon. liU-tiiu
Dr. M. CANADAY,
EUGENE CITV, OUKG0N,
S true llotauic iu his practice, entirely discarding Cal
omel aud all mineral poisons.
Ollice at his dwelling in
the southeast of town.
LOOK HERE ! !
HAV1NU PURCHASED AND
re-ouened the lllacksmith Shoo on Ninth street, is
prepared to do all Kinds ol work iu ms line, sucn as
WAG OX IJtOXJXG,
MAKIXG and REPAIRING
Jobbing of all kinds executed on short notice, and in the
latest and best style,
AT RATES TOSCJT TUEHAlll) TIMES.
GIVE ME A CALL.
I also have ubout ten thousand pounds of assorted iron,
which I will sell for cash.
J. C. LICKEY.
Eugene City, August 1st, 1802. 2'.Mim
IS 1IERE11Y GIVEN, that my wife, Mary Ellen Xichuls,
has left my bed and board' without cause or provoca
tion. All persons are hereby notified that I shall in no
wise be responsible for uny debts she may contract, and
all persons giving her credit will do so at their peril
' J. J. NICHOLS.
Roseburg, July 51st, 1mi',2. 8o-4t
Notice of Final Settlement.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF LANE COUNTY. AU
gust Term, 1863. In the matter of the Estate of John
Ingram, deceased ; ordered that thefirst Monthly in October
be appointed a9 theday for timil settlement of said Estate.
Laurissa A. Ingrain, Executrix, having tiled her account,
application will be made in pursuance of the foregoing
order. 11. C. SMALL, Att'v for Executrix.
Dated August 4th, 1862. ' 3o-4t
Notice to Absent Defendant.
James Estep t. Joseph A. Dillon aud Elins Williams,
'po JOSEPH . DILLON: You arc hereby notified that
L unless you appear in the Circuit Court of the State ot
Oregon, for the county of Lane, on the fourth Monday of
October, A. D. 1862, and answer the complaint of James
Estep, plaintiir, which has been tiled with the Clerk of said
Court, and prays for a judgment aiiinst you for i?l 19 14,
besides interest and costs of suit, the said complaint will
be taken for confessed, ami the pruyer thereof will be grant
ted bv the Court, ltv orderof said Court made utthcApri!
jrm.'lSU. ' I). M. RISDON, P'lll's Ally.
Eugene City, May So, 18i. 2u-i!m
A DEEP B.VY, niiildle-sized Americi
x yearn old, with a mnall star in Ins forclicud, and some
cuddle marks. Any person taking him up and returning
tiim to the subscriber will be liberal. v rewarded.
Eugene City, May nib, 1882. 1-U'
HVVIRTl'KOEAX EXECUTION to me dirrected,
issued out of the Circuit Court tor the county of Doug
iui!, and Stale of Oregon, 1 have levied upon and will pro
ceed to Hell to the highest bidder, for cash, on the
25th dy of August, 1802,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m.,
ou the premises, the following described property bituuted
in Douglas county, Oregon, to wit, all the undivided hall
of J. J. NicIiol'M donation laud claim, being the North
half of Section L'7, Township J( South, Range 4 West, con
taining 320 acres more or less, with all the appurtenances
thereunto belonging. Said property is sold to satisfy an
execution issued out of said Court in favor of James
inbree, and agaiust John J. Nichols and William It. Sin
gleton, for the sum of six hundred and eighty -six dollars
i'i'iyij 00), judgment and costs, and accruing costs.
J. M. FCId.EUTUN,
July 24, 186i, 30-4t Sheriff Douglas county.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to J. J.
Hu.vans, are requested to cull and settle with the
undersigned, at their earliest convenience.
11 C. SMALL AttV.
Eugene City. July 24, 18C2. 4w. "
The following letter, which emphatically
speaks for itself, was written by the Dean of the Faculty
of the Philadelphia College of Medicine to the editors of
the Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, San Francisco
for publication :
Philadelphia, January 17th, 18J.
To the Editors of the Pacific Medical Journal Gentle
men : My attention has been called to un article in the
December number of vottr journal, in reintrd to the ad
eundem degree ir ran ted bv the Philadelphia Colleire ot
Medicine to ur. L. J. Lzapkav. hen the application tor
tliedeirree was made to the faculty, it was accompanied bv
Miuuanis ana testimonial 10 uie enect mat vr. izapaa
was a regular graduate M. 1). of the University of Pest
had served as a surgeon in the Hungarian armv, and was
a regular practitioner of medicine. On the strength of
inese Uie degree was irranted. itie ad eundem degree,
as iu name implies, is conferred on graduates only, and
grves us new privileges, nau mere oeen me sngnicsi
suspicion ol irregularity, the application would have been
refused, iiy inserting tins in your journal you will do an
act of justice to the col lego, and confer a favor on,
lours, Tery respectfully, II. HA.MJ,
Dean of the Faculty of the Phila. College of Medicine.
DR. I.. J. CZAPKAVS Private Medical and Surgical In
stitute is on Sacramento street, below Montgomerv, oppo
site the Pacific Mail Steamship Company's office, San
Francisco. The Doctor offers free consultations and asks
no remuneration unless he effects a cure. Ottice hours
from 9 a. I. to 9 p. m.
CaRTiriCATK. I. the undersigned. Governor of Htingarr.
do testify herebv, that Dr. L.J. Ciapkayhas served during
the contest for Hungarian liberty, as Chief Surgpon, in the
Hungarian armv, witn faithful per? vera nee. Whereof I
have given him this certificate, and recommend him to the
svmpHihr, attention and protection of all those who are
capable of appreciating patriotic self-sacrifice, and unde
KOSSLTH LAJOS, Governor of Hungary.
Washington City, January fith, ls2.
YjfiT Persons not wishing to lose time in correspondence
pleas enclose flu in their letters, and they will get im
mediate attention to their cases.
Address L. J.CZAPKAY. M. I).,
San Francisco, Cal.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION TO ME DIRECTED,
issued outof the County Court for Dougla Coiintr,
Oregon, I hare levied upon an4 will proceed to sell to the
highest bidder, for cash, on the
8th day of September, 1V2.
between the hours of 1 o'clock a. snd 4 o'clock r. w.,
on the premise, the following described property, situa
ted in Douglas Countv, Oregon, to wit ; being the donation
Land Claim of M. Hanley, in Section li. Township xf..
Range West, containing l1 acres more or less, with ail
the appurtenances thereunto belonging. Said property i
sold lo aatify an execution issued out of the said Court,
in favor of Fendel Sntherlin Snd against Hugh E. Casey, et
al, fr the sum of t , judgment, interest sod ensU of
snit. H. HOWE.
Angnar, ftth, 12. $l-4t Sbenfl Dongia County.
CHARLES A. CRANE,
A DVERTISIXG AGENCY.
Cor. Washington &. Sansoine Streets,
Covcrntueut House I'p-Stuirs.
STATE REPUBLICAN, -Stow'a
Stock Reporter, -
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Democrat, . . . .
Plaeer Courier, ....
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Moouey'a Express, - . -Plumas
Southern News, . - - .
Daily Argus, -
Napa County Times, -San
Jose Telegraph, -
Alameda Herald, - -Contra
Costa Guzette, - -Santa
Crux News, -
Petaluma Argus, - -
Sonoma County Democrat,
Los A ngeles Star, - - - -Daily
Mariposa Star, - - . - .
San Andreas Independent,
Columbia New s, - - . -Territorial
Alemcda County Gazette,
Democratic Age, . . . .
Oregon Farmer, - . - -Mountaineer,
- - - - -Hutching'
California Culturist. - -
Eugene City, Oregon
- San Francisco
- Grass Valley
- - Orovillu
. - - . Forest Hill
- - Culoinu
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- - - Martinex
. - - Santa Crux
- Los Angeles
. - Portland
' . - - - Mariposa
- - - San Andreas
- - Columbia
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. . . - . Sonoru
- - - Oregon
- San Francisco
' - Sail Francisco
Advertising in the Atlantic States.
C. A. C, will also attend to forwarding Advertisements
to papers published iu any portion of the Atlantic States.
TRACY & CO'S OREGON EXPRESS.
Portlaxd, March li)'.'.
rpilE PAHTSKliSUII' hi'tvtiifure ristiii between (he
L miMei'signed in this ilay dissolved by miitmd consent.
H tl' K. L. Jauu'S.
E. W. TRACY'S
DAILY EXP I iKSS.
17 V. TRACY
Vj, LAN I) to J
will rontinue the Express from I'OKT-
C-KS(IXVlI.I.i:, with the
OFFICES AND AGENTS.
Oregon City, -ButteviUe,'
Churmau A Warner.
F. X. Mtithieu.
- M. Wolfe.
Williams A Lippencott,
Dell k Hrown,
II. M. Kllsworth.
Lord, Peters A Co.
A. K. Flint.
S'ulemau, Wollenberg & Co.
C. li. Heekman.
K. W. THACV.
ONE HUNDUKD DOLLAUS KKWAIll) is ottered for a
better Antidote for all nUections of the
URINARY ORGANS f nl PROSTATE GLAND
Dr. FRANK AI.I.KHTON'S
Antidote and Rose Injection,
The worst cases of (ioNoitumE are rdicallv cured bvtwo
or three bottles. Slight cases in two or three davs. This
preparation will do what no other remedy can, or has been
known to do, viz : Cure every case, no niuttur bow compli
cated, lhousamls can testify to tins taet, wuo I nut, previ
ous to using Dr. Allerton AutKlote aim Uose Injection
expended hundreds of dollars on worthless nostrums and
TKV THIS UKMKDY! Two or three doses is sufficient
to convince yon of its superior medicinal virtues. The
only restriction while using the Antidote is to ovoid all
Spirit and ileer, or Ale. lie sure to ak fur Dr. FUANK
Aljl'iUii fs Antidote anil nose injection. laKe it accor
ding to directions on the bottle and it will cure you.
Sold by all regular Druggists aud Dealers in California,
Oregon and Jintish Columbia.
Price for Antidote, $1 Uo-e Injection, ft Oo. Three
bottles is nearly always suticicnt to perform a radical cure,
leaving no traces of the malady in Uie system, which can
not be truthfully said of any other known preparation.
Notice to Creditors.
4 LL TKIESONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THE
x- Kstato of William Holcomc, deceased, arts hereby
required to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers,
within one year of this date, to George Itelshsw, Adminis
trator of said Kstate, nt his residence in Lane Countv, Ogn.
Dated July loth, lo2. OKOltGK HKLS11AW,"
Administrator. 2t 4t
CO 11 X Ell UROADWAY AXD SAXSOUE STHEETS,
THK Proprietor of this well known and old es
tablished House i .till at hi. old tricks feeding
the public for the low sum of rom dollars per
week, und the cry is "Still they conic ! Tins Hotel was
established ill lHo2, and tho Proprietor proudly appeals to
its well known reputation, and ut the same tune pledges
himscjf to use every endeavor to add to the comfort and
convenience of his quests. The llrooklyn Hotel WAGON
will always be ready on the wharf on the arrival of the
steamers, to convey passengers and their baugugu to the
House, free of charire. To prevent imposition be positive
and see that IIKOOKI.YN HOTEL is painted in large let
ters on the side of the Omnibus.
Hoard per day, $1 ; Hoard per week, 4 j Meals, Tiiicts,
Lodgings, &ovta. Lodgings per week, $2 to t ; Sijtnle
rooms ."0 cents pernight. JOHN KM.l.Y, Jr.
June 14, lmi'i Am
To merchants and Shippers.
PORTAGE AT OREGON CITY.
rpilR MERCHANTS AND SHIPPERS of the Willamette
L Valley ara notified that
BARSTOW k FKAZER
are now prepared with plenty of teams and careful drivers
to pass freight over the Portage between Oregon City and
Caneniah as fast as could he expected.
One of us will be at all times at each end of tlia route to
attend to the forwarding of the freight, so as to prevent
any unnecessary delay.
Oregon City, Oregon, January I, 112. S'f
WELLS, FARM) & CO'S EXPRESS.
WK1.IJJ". FARGO A CoTllAVE EXTENDED THEIR
VANCOUVER, CASCADES. DALLES,
WALLLI.A, WALLA WALLA, LEWLSTON,
OROFINO, PIERCE CITY, ELK CITY,
and the SALMON RIVER MINES.
A list of Agents will be published a soon as practicable,
and each Agent will be furnished with a commission speci
fying his authority and the extent to which he will he
bound bv hia acta, which will be nubliclv exposed in hia
olflct for the inspection of those H'Mng business with us.
Wfcl.lJS, r AltlilJ fl.
E. W. TRACY, Superintendent for Oregon and Wash
ington Territory. Il-tf
Saddlery ! Saddlery ! !
CJ A LARf.E LOT OF EVERY DESCKIP-
tY tion of Nnddlra, Undies, Hrf
lVs """ rcksddle, etc., etc., at"
SAU. COX'S Old Stand,
Where we will be on hand il aint going to Salmon) to
make any kind of work, in our hue, to order.
one but the Ilcst Matcrinl atcd.
tor. Front and Broadway Streets
SAX FRAXCISC0, CAL.
T U Tt 2s K 1 1 S'
WIE HIT THUS,
The Grtatest Remedy of the Age.
...von the cliik or...
Dysju-jisia, LivtT Complaint,
Wi-aktifss of the Stomach,
Or Derangement of the Digestive Organs.
"Turners' Forrest "no Ditters,"
Are sure to regulate the stomach, the main avenue to the
wholu body ;
Are sure to counteract liilliousness, when iu a mnlanuis
Are "ie to agree with the most weakly, as well as the most
robust person ;
Are sure to create a good appetite ;
Are very pleasant to tho tuste as a beverage,
Arc economical and cheap.
All travelers should carrv thco bitters with them to pre
vent Uilliousiiess and Fevers caused by
change of climate and w ater.
Seamen should carry them to prevent Scurvy, Ship Fever,
and the like, w hen they are deprived of
cooling, nutritious vegetables.
Thev arc a very rich, nutritions Wine, formed by the
addition of nine ditl'crcnt kinds of roots, barks and herbs,
making a very palatable as well as one of the most flourish
ing Hitters in the known world.
Sold Wholesale bv
TURNER BROTHERS, .
Corner Washington aud Franklin streets, N. .
Niagara street, Hullalo, N. Y.
Corner liroadwav aud Front streets,
And fur sulo by Morihants and Druggists,
TURNERS' Un di E R WIXEJ
Turners' Ginger Wine ! !
Turners' Ginger Wine ! !
This article is prepared from pure While und Jamaica
i . ' .. ti . .l. ,. i. .it. in. ..a ti. form I lip best. Mint m list
lilllter UUUi, meiivii hi --
pleasant tonic ever introduced : und is nn invaluable rem
edv for Dvspepsia, Indigestion, and for all diseases where
a geutle stimulant is required to bring the system into
One Million Gallon, in Barrels and Canes, told
Throughout tho world, thereby proving its unequaled and
unrivaTled merits. It has received the approbation of the
Medical Faculty throughout the United States, und wher
Sold Wholesale bv
TURNER BROTHERS, .
Corner Washington and rranklin streets, V .
Niagara street, llutlalo, N. Y.
Corner liroadwav and Front streets,
And for sale by Mere-limits mid Druggists,
It is not only harmless, hut it is eminently beneficial in
ill eses where a warm Cordial or a garti ful stimulant is re
quired. Especially is this the caso when there is lell by the
patient a sense of exhaustion, urising from either beat oi
fatigue. Under such circumstances u few drops taken in
half a tumbler of water, with a little sugar, will bo useful.
It will be found in such cases a pleasant and etletive resto
rative i on this account this Essence is a highly important
addition to the vovnger and traveler's portmanteau. It is
also important to the family collection of remedies for dis
eases. This article, like the Ointjer Wine, is cnrefiillv and elabo
rately prepared and selected from the best tpiulity of arti
cles. It possesses all tho truo properties ot the Jamaica
tiinger, and we do not hesitate to warrant it to be tree Irom
any and every injurious or irritating properti".
When there is a creat N uusca of the stomach, or oppres
sion of Spirits, arising from imperfect digestion, from
riding iu a carriuge, or from the motion of a vessel at sea,
this Essence, if taken in accordance with the above direc
tions, will be found invariably to give relief.
In ordinarv Diarrhoea, incipient Cholera, and indeed in
all diseases bv which the nervous system may become pros
trated, and the digestive organs deranged, this Essence
will be found most invaluable.
Corner Washington und ! rankliu streets, New York.
iagara street, mittaio, A. I.
Corner Broadway aud Front streets,
And for salo by Merchants nnd Druggists,
Manufacturers ol every description of
HITTERS, cVc ,
Corner Trout and Broadway streets,
.S'.IA' FRAXCISCO CAL.
June 5, Wl.
Dr. William Hall's Balsam for the Lungs
CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, NHiHT SWEATS, SPIT-
TIN BLOOD, COLDS, cOLt.ll, ir;.i.r.:.,
PAIN IN THE SIDE, AND ALL DIS
EASES OF THE LL'NtiS.
Dr. Win. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs, in sll cases giv the
best of satisfaction.
Dr. Wm. Hall's Ralsam for the Lungs, has wrought more
cures since its introduction than any oilier cough uiedi-
Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs, is endorsed hy your
leading physicians as the salest anil best remeoy now
bft'ore the tuiblic.
Dr. Win. Hull s Balsam for the Lungs, is safe to use among
children, and yet powerful in cases ol chronic putmona
Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam tor the Lungs, brings in certificates
almost daily, of its wonderful cures ir. nil parts of the
The more striking proof the intrinsic worth and excel
lence of DK. WM. HALL'S BALSAM for the I.UXJS, is
shown in the rapidity with which it becomes a general
favorite with the people. There is nothing of a similar
nature but what is cast into the shad when the Balsam has
been thoroughly tested. The agents for us sale, the eoun
trv over, in ordering new supplies, are very enthusiastic
in'its favor, saving: " It i Jut the thing; it acts like a
chsrni; its eftects are truly magical."
The purchaser should be very particular t ) ask for, and
take none but Dr. William Hall s Balsam for the Lungs
which is warranted to (ire satisfaction or the money re
turned. For sale by sll Druggist", and hr
REDINGTON &, CO.
.Sole Agents, 4"V and 411 Clay St., San Francisco.
VTTORNEY and Counselor, U. S. Supreme Court and
other courts. Office st Eugene Citv, Lane eountr,
Oregon. AIo, Coinron-onerof Deeds for New York, Con-
wtiticut, etc. J'll
I ARK THK ONLT SPtCir c lIDT rOI
! CONSUMPTION. SCROFULA, CHRONIC BRONCHITIS,
i ASTHMA, DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS AND liENER
AL DEIill.lTY. FEMALE COMPLAINTS AND
ALL DISORDERS OF THE BLOOD SYSTEM.
This new and remarkable Chemical Remedy aprepara
tiou of uxydizable phusphorus was discovered by tbecele-
brated Dr. J. F. Churchill, of Paris. It has been used by
j over ten thousand physicians, during the last three years
with results unparalleled in the annals of medicine; crea
ting un entire revolution in the treatment of Chronic Dis-
cases of the Lungs, Stomach, and all morbid conditions of
the Nervous and Hluod Systems. L'onumptnm is mo ton.
jrr tin iMi'imtMt' mnliJu, for this Remedy has rtitortj aua
Uretlt. in all gtanen of the JiwtM.
Have a two-fold and specific action on the one hand to
creasing the principle which CONSTITUTES NERVOUS
ENEItliY -, and, on the other, being the MOST POWER
FUL Itl.OOl) liENEUATINll AliENTS KNOWN. They
act with promptness aud eertuinty in all geueral morbid
conditions, such as Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma, Scrofula,
Marasmus, Anemia, Female Complaints, etc., aud in all dis
orders of the Nervous or Blood Systems. Their e licet upon
tho tttburculiir condition is immediate all tha general
symptoms disappearing with a rapidity which is really
marvelous. They increase the nervous or vital energy, re
lieve Cough, check Night Sweats, diminish Expectoration,
Improves the Appetite, arrest Diarrhea, and promote re
freshing sleep. A FAIR TRIAL IS A CERTAIN CUKE.
Winchester's Genuine Preparation
OF THE HYPOPHOSPHITES is the only reliable form of
Dr. Churchill's Remcdv, and is approved bv the Medical
Profession generallv. USE NO OTHER, Oil ANY REM
EDY CONTAIN INU IRON.
Circulars containing the only authcutic information
in regard to the new treatment, free.
:f Price ?2 per bottle. Sold Wholesale and Retail al
the California Branch Depot, br S
lo4 Mission St., two duors west of Second, San Fraucisco.
FOR THE REMOVAL AND CURE OF
All Diseases arising from an Impure
State of the Blood or Habit
of the System.
IN thi- preparation are strongly couccntraled all the
medicinal properties of Sarsaparilla, combined with the
most cH'ectual aids, the most salutary productions, the most
potent simples of the vegetable kingdom ; and the combi
nation is such that one modifies aud improves tint otiier,
producing a compound differing entirely in its vhaivcter
and properties from any other preparation, end unrivalled
in its operation on the system w hen laboring under disease.
It has been so lull v tested, not only by pa'ictita themselves,
but ul so by physicians, that it has received their unquali
fied recommendations and tho approbation of the public;
and has established on its own merit a reputation for Vjii.
t'Kaud KpKictcr fur superior to tho various compounds
bearing the name of Sarsaparilla.
rUOM THK AHM)
Moxtkmit, Cai., Jan. IS 150.
Messrs. A. B. 4 I). Hasps Gentlemen: I beg leave to add
my testimony in favor of your invaluable tire-dicine, hoping
it niav lead some other unfortunate beings to try itacflects,
and that they may be benefited ns 1 have been.' I arrived
here by the overland route, about the first of October lust.
A few days after I wus uttacked with a very disagreeable
eruption of the skin, which my physician could not cure.
I happened to tin'l your Sarsaparilla in a store ill this place,
and remembering tho popularity of tho medicine at home,
I purchasi'd three bottles, which had the desired effect of
removing my dillicult.v entirely.
With high regards, rours, etc..
J. II. MILLER, Lieut. TT. S. A.
Prepared and sold by A. II. & 1. SHllds, Wholesale
Druggists, loi) Fulton street, corner of William, New York.
For sale by DkWitt, Kittl A Co., II. JutixsxHC k Co.,
and Kkdisoton Co., San Francisco; Rrce A Cost IN, 11a
rvsville; tt. 11. MrDnx.u.n Co., Siicramcirto Suith k
Davis, Portland; WM. WALKER Eugone City; and by
Druggists generally.. 'ii'j7-3m
t LONER'S DELTA EYE OPENER.
A henllliy. pure, invigorating AmcricMi Drink,
peculiarly adapted tor a Soti'theTii of Trop
ical Climate, nnd strongly reeomended
os a family stimulant, by the most
eminent Medical Men in tlio
United States nnd Europe.
The Proprietor of this truly celebrated beverage, in hia
long exwrience as one of the largest Impoiters of first
class Wines and Liiiors in the city of New York, has long
felt the want that existed in every family, of a Tonic, which
could bv used with benelit, by every household, from the
child to the adult, and in compounding this beverage, hia
aim has been to use only the purest mutcrial, with the most
recherche flavoring, thereby fully established the fact, that
a vast degree of benelit accrues from the vise of this stimu
lant, in comparison with the vile compounds so extensively
manufactured and foisted on the public, under the endorse
ment of a paid analytical certificate.
In the Atlantic Slates, tins truly National Drink super
sedes the use of all others ever introduced to the Anieiicaa
Iiublio, in addition to which it is now extensively used in
Europe. The Kings of Belgium and Surdinia have both
ordered supplies, Iroin samples sent direct to our Consuls,
as has also the elit ot the French Court, as well as the
highest circles in London, Liverpool and Antwerp ; in fact,
it is adupted to all climates and classes, but more particu
larly to the SouIIk the proprietor having always the grand
object in view of producing a cordiul which would materi
ally arrest any disease, incidental to a hot climate, while
lie guarantees that the regiilaT nse thereof will etlectualy
prevent any of those symptoms, habitual in a trip to or a
residence in the Suth.
The entire press of New York, from actual experience,
attust to the value of this delicious Familv Invigorator.
JOHN O. OLDN'ER,
Inventor and Proprietor.
Abbott k Oldmarr, Agnt,
ls-am 4o4 Front street, Han Francisco.
KEDINGTOX fc CO'S
Superior Yeast Powders.
WARRANTED to make Light Sweet and nutritious
Enunllv ailantcd to I O I YES. HOT MSCU1T. BVCf.
HJE.lT, AXI OlIIMi CA A'i'.S' (! IXO IRBHEAU,
AXD CAKES Of ALL KIXDS.
Warranted fully ennal to any in the market.
Ask for REDINt.TON k CO'S YEAST POWDF.Rrl, and
bike no other, if yon would have uniformly goad bread.
Manufactured and sold at wholesale, br
4'-9 and 411 Clay St., San Frsncisee.
147, 149, 151,
Largest Mothiuf Establishment la Cftllforaia.
Reader, when you are in Han Francisco, it ia worth roar
while to pay a visit to this immense Clothing Moos, sad
see the countless variety of garmenta of every atyle aad
texture that fill the specious shelves and eoontera. aad to
notice the amount of business daily transacted there.
Tbt unprecedented success of the proprietors ia sttriba
ted to their liberal aad judicious advertising, aad the ra
msrksMy low prirrs at which their geods sre told, li-atf