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TO ALL WKGM JTMAY CONCERN.
BE IT KNOWN THAT I, THOMAS OG SII WV,
208 Sacramento street, San Francisco, have now on
baud, lor sale
8 and 10-IIorsa Steam Tliresher3, for 1862.
8& 10-JIorsc Power Machines of John A. Pitts'
genuine make, Buffalo, N. V., with all of C M. Russell's
improvements in tlu Shoe and Cylinder; as it runs on
Steel Pivots, and in all other respects superior to tho Rus
sell make of Machine, both in material and workmanship,
as well as linisli; with tlie large sized, unproved Jack.
Six 12-IIorso Power Strnm Engines, on Truck?,
and capable of running the largest sized Separator, and
iiireMii.ig in one u:iy, 1.1 a goou uuu v oriviiiaui.i.e tuauuer,
2,000 sacs of grain.
4 and G-IIore Machine!:, in all respects the same
ns the large Muchir...-, to run with CiLAll, same as old st it
All of the above Machines are made at Buffalo, N Y., ex
pressly for mo and under my direction. Any person in
want of such machines cannot fail to be pleased, as this
Machino stands unrivaled for Threshing and Cleaning
Grain at one operation. It is oeknowledged to be superior
to anv otlier .Mucninc r.i the . tlKLl), in its Upeiatiou,
Finish, and Mechanical Construction.
Extra Kxtras ot all parts of the Genuine Pitts' Machine
constantly on hand. No Machines Genuine except thoso
made at Buffalo, N. Y., and marked " J. A. PITTS."
List of tho Articles Manufactured at
Thomas Ogs Shaw's Agricultural
Tusi.i's California Combined Reaper and Mow
er; California Fire and Bunjlar Proof
Safes ; Fan Mills ; llan Presses ; Cast
Sleel Deep-Tiller Plows, all Sizes ;
Breaking Plows, all Sizes;
Field Rollers; Harrows ;
all Kind of Ma
chine Castings: all kinds of
Repairing done ; every des
cription of Brass Work ;
Sash Weiyhls of all sizes,
to order ; Crates and Fen
tiers, for Marble Mantles.
Among the leading articles arc TCSTIN'S CALIFOR
NIA COMBINED KKAPKK AND MOWER, which cuts six
feet in width, and is the best Machine on the coast, as it
possesses mimy advantages over thoso made in the States,
l'his Machine took the First Premium at the Sacramento
Fair, over nil other Machines. Tiii3 Machine is so con
structed that it NEVER CHOKES VI', having two sels of
Knives, moved by the same cn.uk ; tlrcrcny causing twice
the velocity of tlie knives, over that given by any otlier
machine, iind preventing tho possibility of choking, no
matter how slow the team may travel.
Attention is particularly called to the RAKING DE
VICE, which will rake oil' tlie grain more regularly and
evenly than can possibly be done by hand, thus saving the
purchaser the neat suir. of ? l 50 per day. The Machine is
very light and durable.
CALIFORNIA FIRS AND LURGLAR-PR00F SAFES,
which have been tested at various times and found to be
superior to any imported. They aie warranted to be l' irc
procf, and entirely free from sweating or dampness, which
is the great complaint of the imported safes, as they gath
er inoiMttio on their passage. Our Wrought and Chtli.d
irou Sale, with Steel Vaults, and Combination Locks, is
unsurpassed by nny.
CiAll orders promptly attended to. And in conclusion
I will add, that all the above lists of goods arc made of tho
very best material that the country will afi'ord. And while
I feel thankful for all past favors, trust I may meet with
goon cticotiraircnient in tho future. Every nrticle that 1
import is of tlie very best stvle and improved goods in the
market, and cm be sold as cheap as the cheapest. A'l per
sons in wunt of any of the above goods, will please sin.l in
iheir orders in time, to
THOMAS CGG SHAW,
20--3m 1208 Sacramento Street, San Franc irco.
HUMIST0N & MA' DAN,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Fire Proof Brick Store, Front St., corner of Oak.
pohtl vm), oay.,
OFFER to the trade of Oregon nud Washington Terri
tory inducements second to no other hous-o on this
coast. Our stock consists in part of
Fina Old Brandy,
Oturil, Duptiv & C.,
JaiiKs Ilonti. si-y,
A. l5oiiiitt & Co.,
United Yiiioynr.1 Propriolorst,
Titiott, C'iistillon & Co.,
Union of tlie proju ktluis, C. ilaffiuct, A.
And various other brands. Also, icry choice
OLD BOURBON WHISKY,
Old Ryo Whisky,
And all oilier choice brands now in market.
Pure Holland Gin, St. Croix and Jamaica Rum,
Cordials and Wines of every description.
Also, of our own bottling, which we claim to be superior
to anvtniui; now in the market,
OTAKD, IH'ITY & CD. & C. MAKQUETT'S
OLD r.OLUHON WHISKY, of it superior
qualiiy, and OLD 11 YE WHISKY.
Also, ft general assortment of rase goods, nud everything
else appoi laming to the Liquor Trade, which we oiler at
San rraneiseo prices. J ?" Orders from country iner
chimfs and dealers rospeeifully solicited.
N. It. All liquors sold by lis are guaranteed to be gen
uine, and as represented, except imported case goods, such
as Schnapps, etc.
Portland, Oregon, March 1, l.siti, ly
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS.
"7F. HAVE ON HAND nnd are constantly receiving
y the finest qualities of liRA MM LS AN I) IM-.S,
expressly for the Drutf Trade, which we guarantee to be
genuine.' llL'.MISTO.N A MA'DAN,
ia rvon to r. w. juiissox poht office snuMNn.)
BOOKS and STATIONERY,
Keeping constantly ou hand all the
in use in Oregon, nnd an immense variety of standard
Paper ot nil kind Cap. Le r il. l.-tler. Note. Printing, t'.c;
Envelops. J ens. Pencils, Wank li.Miks every
variety Slates of nil qualities and sizes,
a) first quality and cheap.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE I
OKKKH MY FARM FOR SALK, in whole or in part.
1 to suit pnrciissers. n is nesiraoiy nu vaioaoiv si.ua
led, high and dry, adjoining EujiencCity : embracing gonri
j level prau ie with a fur amount ol nver bottoni six! tim
Persons wanting quantities of few seres adjoining the
.own for building sites, or larger smounts for Urming or
other purposes, or any one wanting the whole amount, can
have sn opportunity to purchase on accommodating terms,
by application to nie. or to Or. A. W. Psttersoni on the
premise. Kunf Civ, Oregon, Marh l,v, 1 sk,
' II .-HAW.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
NEW IMPROVEMENTS !
NO LEATIILTv PAO !
NO LEATHER TAD !
NO LEATHER TAD !
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER.
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER.
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER.
NEW STVI.E HEMMER
NEW STA'I.E HEMMER !
SEW STYLE HEMMER 1
The Greatest Improvement Invented.
MAKING AN EXTIIJE
Ifev Stylo Machine,
Formerly the justly celolratcil LOCK STITCH,
ncknowWgeil by nil to be tho
OXLY STITCH FULLY SATISFACTO
RY FOR FAMILY PURPOSES.
NEW STYLE ACIIINE.
PRICES REDUCED 2) PEP. CENT.
PUKES DEDUCED 20 I'l-'U CENT.
V HEELER tc YVJLSON !
It 'a tho Clietipot, most Durable, tinil EiisU-r
iiJorstood tlian tniv otlier Sowinrr Matliiue.
SEND FOR A CIRCULAR !
II. C. II AY DEN, Agent,
Corner Sacramento and Montgomery streets,
HIST0EY OF THE WAH OF 1861.
DnsCKITTlYi-:, STATISTICAL. AXD DOCL'MENT
AUV. Edited bv Hon. E. G. .S'riKiu
Late Minister of the United Whites to Central America.
Tliis work is published in Semi-montlilv Numbers; it
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ctnitai is a complete epilonte of tho war in which the coun
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Anecdotes connected with it, nrraned chronnlosticall y,
fonninir n cotemporary and permanent History of the time.
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or Soutli, appear in full, with complete and authentic ac
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War; together with the Tortraits of heading Oiliccrs nnd
Statemen, l'lansand Views of Foi titieations, Maps, etc.
The I'ietorial History of the War of ltU, is invalmihle
to Families, for in its nianiiiecntly illustrated pae3,evcn
children can trace the course of events, while ns a woik ol
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increase with every year. In its completed form it will be
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VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
Building Lots irom $10 to $200 Each.
Also, 50 Vara Lots and Enire Blocks of Bean
t if ii I Garden Land!
IX TIIF, CITY AMI COUNTY OF SAX FRANCISCO,
on the line of the San Jose Hailro id. at the W est Knd
Depot. The title is absolutely l'LUFKCT, beinir a Spanish
til ant, finally contirnied and patented by the I'niled Mates.
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ouitird lu a I'inol Ihcro and ,od.otttnt ao.iiftt the I'tt'i. So
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ever purchases one ot' these lots will buy a lot and not a
tlllieeXo. 19 Nairlee's Uiiildine, comer of Montgomery
and Merchant streets,, San Francisco.
IS- n 1LVUVEV K. HIIOWN.
ROSeMARY HAIR INYIGORATOR.
rpHK T-KST AND CHKArF.ST ARTICI.K. EVKR IN
JL vented for
r.MCKI.USilINO THE HAIR.
rmcnlins Its Turn...? fircjr.
PRICE. FIFTY CFNTS A ItOTTI.K.
1'r.pared only by WM. H. KEITH it CO..
r-."m lt7, Montjroniery st., Ssn Francisco.
IROM the subscriber, living threemilcs south of Emrene
' Cite, a strawberrv-ronn filly, tiro years old last spnni ;
nom irVor brand except the hair in the face is a little liirht
er than on the other parts of the body. Any infonnalion
concerning the me will be snita'dv rewardH Eniene
Ci'v. Orci-n. AM' Wit. I.l'CKEY.
.DR. L.J. CZKAY'S
Private Medical and Surgical Insti
SACRAMENTO STREET, IiELOW MONTGOMERY,
Opposite the Tacit'ic Mail Steams'nip Compauy's Oliice,
EtM:ied i 1.14,r tl Ftrmanent Core of at! private
ana ctruna' aiinist, ap-tt jor ate f7,'t""' vHUAlr.''
4 TTK'XDIXIt AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN. J.
j. t'ZAl'K AY, M. D.j late in tho llimirarian Uevoln
t'onarv War, Chief Physician to the smli Keyiinent of
llonveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military Ilosjntal of Pesth
llnnarv. late Lecturer on diseases of Women and Child
ren, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of
;-5l' Particular attention paid to the treatment of diseases
peculiar to women and children.
Olliee hoars from V a. M. till u. r. u. Coinmnnicalions
strictly confidential. Permanent cure guaranteed, or no
pav. Cousuiiations by letter or nthcrwi.se free.
Address Ih: I.. J. XZ.ll'K.X Y, tail 'uiciVo, Cat.
To tho Alllicted.
"IK. J. CZAPKAY returns his sincere thanks to his
I J numerous uatienls for their iiatronaire, and would
take thisonportuuiiy to remind thein that he continues to
consult at ids Institute for tlie cure of all forms of Private
Diseases such as Syphilis, tionorrheu, nocturnal emis
sions, and all the consequences of self abuse. In the first
stages of syphilitic or jronorrhoeal diseases, he guarantees
a cure in a few days, without inconvenience to the patient
ur hindrance to his business. When a patient, by ne
irlcct or improper treatment, has developed the secondary
svmntomsof svohilis, such as buboes or painful swellings
on the jrroins, or ulcers in tho throat and nose, which, if
not clu-ckeu, uesiroy me sou pans ana cause me nones to
mortify, separate aiid come away, leaving the sullercr an
object hideous to behold ; or when blotches and pimples
break out ou the skin ; or wl.cn he has painful swellings
upon the hones, or when his constitution is in jured soasio
piedispose to consumption or other constitutional disease,
the Doctor guarantees a cure or asks no compensation.
In rhcuiuutisin chronic or acute ; in dy.seulcry or diar
rhoea, he has safe and effectual remedies. For the treat
ment of the consequences of self abuse, such as nocturnal
emissions, nervousness, timidity, headache, paius in the
back and limbs, with general weakness, loss of appetite,
loss of memory, injury to the sight, restlessness, confusion
of ideas, dislike for society, aim a feeling of weariness of
life; with the nervous system so excitable that slight
noises shock or startle the patient, making his existence
miserable. For the above maladies the doctor will guaran
tee a cure or ask no compensation. He can be consulted
free of charge, and invites atl to call, as it will cost them
nothing, and may be much to tlieiradvantnge. Olliee hours
f rom 'J a. m. to 'j p. 51.
Hr. I,. J. Czapkav is daily receiving applications from
every part of this State and from Oregon and from Wash
ington Territory for the treatment of every form of disease,
ami there is not one who will come forward and express
dissatisfaction; on the contrary, the Doctor is in daily re
ceipt of letters, expressive of gratitude am1, thankfulness,
sonic of which arc published below by permission.
Stockton-, May 24, ls.'.'i.
Dear Sir Having entirely recovered from my sickness
I avail myself of this opportunity to return my thankful
acknowledgement for the relief that you liavc'given me.
When I think of the distressing bodily wenkuess. under
which 1 have suffered, and the nervousness, headache,
fcailulncss, want of conlidence, dizziness, restlessness,
weakness in the limbs, loss of memory, confusion of ideas,
di.siiKO lor society, nocturnal emissions, ana many other
svmnloins, which had made my life miserable. 1 can hardly
express the gratitude 1 feel, for my existence had become
a burthen to rae, and nothing afforded me the least gratifi
cation, whilst now, 1 feel perfectly well and can enjoy life
10 my cnui e siuisiaciioii. ivnow ing iiuu lucre are many
alllicted as I have been, you have permission to make use
ot this letter as vou IhiuK proper. Uelieve me grntcfullv
yours, M. MIUIKI.S. '
Tj Dr. L. J. Czapkav, San Frnucisco.
SACiuME.vra. May 1.". H.".".
Dear sir Pitch is the thankfulness I feel for the preser
vation of my health of both body and mind, and I believe
of my life, that I hope I will not'be considered intrusive
in tendering my thankful acknowledgement fjr restoring
mo to health, and making my life a boon worth preserving,
when it had become a burthen too errcat for mo to bear.
Victim as 1 was to a vice that had undermined my constitu
tion, ana (leveiopea a tram ot nervous symptoms, such as
nervous debility, headache, distressing timidity, self-dis
trust, dizziness, love of solitude, loss of memory, and want
of resolution, besides a lossof strength and energy, which
had made my waktnir moments wretched and my sleen un-
rel'reshing, and was fast bringing me to the grave, but
thanks to your skiu, t am restoreil to health, vigor and
energy. Hoping to guide others where they nun- find
relief, vou have my permission to make tins punhc.
drat, fully yours, LEONARD WHITE.
To Dr. E. J. Czapkay, San Francisco.
M .KVsVn.i.i:. ,1 nnc .1. ls.v.
Dr. L. .1. Czapkay, San Francisco Sir 1 have used the
last of your medicine, and do not think I shall need any
more, as I feel very well, except that I have not entirely
got my strength yet, but soon will with the appetite 1 have.
It is just three weeks, you may recollect, since I called at
your institute, with my constitution, ns I thought, entirely
broken, and never thought you would be able to cure me
perfectly, but thought yon might be able to do something
lo case iiiepain in my oacs. nuu neau, nnu strongmen my
liinbs, which were so weak that thev would almost irive wav
under rue, when 1 walked, and to strengthen my nerves so
that I would not get excited nnd tremble at every little
thing. Joiv tnat yon Knoy wuat l expected, you may
judge of my satislaction nt my complete recovery from
those symptoms nnd the removal of those blotclics and
sores from my skin, and the ulcers from my throat, and
ttie entire stoppage or those emissions, whien you said
were principally me cause ot my sickness.
I can hartilv tell you which is thcirreatcst, mr iivormv
surprise, fur except not having fully got my strength, I feel
as wen as nny man can reel.
Enclosed 1 send yon Twenty Dollars over your charge,
and think myself cheaply cured. If yon think anybody
will be benefitted, vou mnv put Ibis let'ter in the papers.
Helicveme gratefully yours, THOMAS I1AYDEX.
The undersigned, desirous of acquainting those who may
be unfortunate enough to be similarly iilliicted, where a
permanent relief of their sullerinirs may be obtained, feel
it his duty to thus publicly express his sincere gratitude to
Dr. L. .1. Czapkay, for the permanent recovery tit his health,
iinrne down by ttie distressing symptoms incident to the
vicious practices of uncontrollable passion in youth, de
pressed in body and mum, unable to pcrtorm even ttie most
trilling duty imposed upon the daily avocations of life, I
sought the adv ice of many physicians, who at first regard
ed my disease as uf trilling importance, but alas! after a
few weeks, and in several Instances months, of their treat
ment, I found to my unutterable horror, that instead ot
relief my symptoms became more alarming in their tortnre,
and being told by one that the disease, being principally
conli'icd to the brain, medicines would be "of no conse
quence, I despaired of ever regaining my health, strength
utiiKMicrgt-; and as a last resort, and with but a faint hope
of recovery, 1 called upon Dr. Czapkay, who, after exam
ining mv case, presci ioed some medicine n hicli almost in
stantly relieved mc ot' the nidi pain and dizziness in my
head. Encouraged by the res-.itl, i resolved to place mv
self immediately under his cue, and, by strict obedience
to his directions and a tviie, lny head became clear, mv
ideas collected, the constant p tins in my back and groins
the weakness of my limbs, tlie nervous reaction of my
whole body on the slightest alarm or excitement, the mis
anthropy iind evil forebodings, the self distnis and want
of confidence in others, the incapability to study and want
of resolution, the frightful, exciting, and at times pleas
urable dreams at night, followed by involuntary discharges
have all disappeared, and, in fact, two months after hav
ing consulted the Doctor, I felt as if inspired by a new life,
that life which, but a short tune ago, I contemplated to end
by my own hand.
With a view to man! the unfortunate from fallinz into
the snares of incompetent nnacks, i deem it my duty to
oiler thistestimony to the merit and skill of Pr. Czapkay,.
and recommend him to all who may stand in need ot inetii
cal advice, being assured by my own experience that, once
under his care, a radical and permanent cure will be eff
ected. H. F. FILLMORE.
State of California, city and connfy of San Francisco
Subscribed and sworn to before nie, this 17th day of April,
A. P. 1 "'. (Signed i Johx MiniiLsyot.
1 1.. s. Notary Public.
OU local weakness, nervous debility, low spirits, lassi
tude, weakness of the limbs and back, indisposition
and incapability for labor and study, dullness of appre
hension, los of memory, aversion to society, love of soli
tude, timidity, self-distrust, dirziness, headache, involun
tary discharges, pains in the sole, affections of the eyes,
pimples on the face, sexnal and other infirmities in man.
are cured without fail by the j"ly celebrated physician
n.l ntomn. I- J. Cznrkav. His method of curing dis
eases is new, tnnknnwn to others', snd hence the great
success. All consultations i by letter or othcrwisei free.
Address L. i. Czapkay, M. D., San Francisco, California.
-MIF. GREATEST DISCOVER l OF THE AGE : : ' '
I, rest blessing to mankind : Innocent, but Intent:
Dr. L. J. Cispkav's rropmlacticiim. self disinfecting
agent), a sure preventative against gouorruoea anf syph
ilitic diseases, and an unsnrpaaaed remedy tj"1l venereal,
scrofulous, gangrenous and cancerous nicer, foetid dis
charges from tho vagina, uterus and urethra, ail all cuta
neous eruptions and diseases. As vaccinatiovi is a pre
ventive against small pox, sols Dr. L. J. Ciaplrays I ro
philncticuin a preventive against syphilitica! and gonor
l lucal diseases, harmless in itself, it possesses the'power of
chemically destroying the syphilitic virus, and thereby
.saving thousands 'from being infected by Hie most loath'
some'of all diseases. Let no young man who appretlntca
health, be without Dr. Csapkav's Prophilacticum. It is lu
very convenient packages, and will be found very convc
nieiit to use, being used as a soap. Price . For sale at
Dr. Czapkav's Private Medical and Surgical lustitute, Sac
ramento street, below Montgomery, opposite P. 11. S. SV
Co.'s oliice, San Francisco. jylO-ly
A Happy New Year!
Friendly Greeting to
Old Friends and Patrons !
READ, HEED, AND REFLECT!
Tho commencement of the New Year, 18C2,
ii tho accepted and appropriate time for mo to
say to nil whom it may concern
KY BOOKS MUST BE SETTLED UP.
And having wnited on my patrons for year!.,
shall expect them to como forward nt once anil
settle either by
CASH PRODUCE STOCK OR NOTE.
I will receive in payment of old accounts or for goods (of
which I havo a full assortment at the old stand) all kind
of produce, such ns
Hides of all kinds,
Steers of all ages,
Horses, Muks, etc., elo
X. D. 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 time the
goods are taken from the store.
All accounts must be settled by the first of March next,
as wo may want to leave for the Carriboo, or, if we do not
you may, and 1 want all of our accounts settled bclore wo
part. To those having accounts standing from tho years
'o'J and 'GO unless such accounts be speedily settled by noto
or otherwise, they will bo placed iu the bands of an officer
for collection. J. I.. liUUMLEY.
Eugene City, Oregon, January 1, 102. 2tf
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DEALER IN
Mechanic's Tools, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,
Announces to tho public and patrons that ho in
still in the trade nt tho old nnd well known
stand of S. ROSENBLATT & DKOTIIEU ;
and selling goods at the Lowest Prices, for
CASH AND PRODUCE.
His stock is entirely new. Purchasers will
find hero every article usually kept in the stores
of this city new and well selected. Those
wishing to buy aro requested to call and examino
hU slock and prices before purchasing elsewhere,
rienicmlier tho place and that the stock is
WHOLLY NEW, and will continually be re
plenished with fresh new goods of tho LA TEST7
STYLES, PATTERNS AND VARIETIES.
RESTORING GRAY HAIR
It prevents the Ilnir from falling off. It cures
Daldiicss and removes all dandruff from tho
It allays all irritation of the scalp. It cools
and refreshes the head, and imparts to the luiir a.
healthy lively appearance.
P. S. The properties which remote dandruff and seruiti
from the head, allay irritation and fret tho scalp from hu
mors, renders this article invaluable as a lotiowin all en-,
taneous affections ; such as Itch, Rash, Salt Rhenm, Chil-.
blains, Erysipelas, Ringworms, Shingles, Bites and Stings,
of Insects, and all eruptions of the skin, especially tbatt
caused by Foimn Oal:
This only genuine article is put op in. F'uU Buttle, and)
has the written signature of X. Hill thtoriginal proprit..
tor ami man'i fnrlnrer, on tho label and wrapper. Bewares
of all put up in different style which is ee,Hatrfeit.
REDINGT0N fc CO.,
44 aad 411 Clay Street, San Francisco.
R. PORTERFIELDj agest,
1-Sra Tor sal hr " A. 8. McCLCRE..
J. B. Underwood,
"VroTAHY rrBLIC. will pnnctually attend to all bu
1.1 ine entrusted to his care.
T tf. Eugene City, Oregon. .