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EUGENE CITY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1862,
aue.ts run tub state republican.
Tbe following named gentlemc
Reive aud receipt for money uu su
San Francisco, California,
Ktigeuo City, .......
Traveling Agent, . , . . .
Postmasters are alio requested
subscriptions. Mony way be sent
a are autliorizeil to re
bscription to the Run a
Charles A. Crane.
- W. C. Johnson.
J. C. Cartwright.
- W. H. Dunbar.
D. W. Wakefield.
- - A. O. llovi'y.
II. R. Kincaid.
- - J. 1J. Rogers.
J. K. Hodgen.
- - J. M. McCull.
II. O. MeCarty.
to receive and forward
through the muila at our
Tub Rev. A. C. Edmunds, Uuiversalist, will
preach at the Court IIouso in this city on the 3d
Sunday (21st day) of September, at 11 A. m.
aud 3 p. m.
"W. I. IIesdeusok has our thanks for a fine
lot of apples.
Head Luckey & Parsons' advertisement in
this issue. With men of their experience and
integrity to conduct a market, our citizens may
anticipate the very best accommodations that
tho country will aflord.
At hia residence in Lane county, on the 5th inst. James
McClur, aged about 40 years.
a. X. LCCKKT.
LUCKEY & PARSONS,
HAVE purchased the above market where they arc
ready to furnish the trade with the best of beef,
mutton, pork, salt tish. Bud every thing in their line thut
the country will afford. We will take in exchange ull
linda of niarkctabla produce. Our motto is
SMALL PROFIT AND BEADY PAY I
We will delivct beef by the quarter as cheap as it can
bo afforded by farmers, Thanktul for past lavors, we hope
by strict uud careful attention to business to merit the pub
lie patronage iu future. 84--tf
Eugene City, Sept., ft, ISlii
"T" hum tlii day sold niv entire interest in the Wholcsulo
JL Liquor business, lately conducted under the firm of
llumiston k Ma'Dan, Portland, Oeegon, to Alessrs. J. Y.
Wilson and Oeo. W. Stevens of San Francisco.
C. M. Humiston is duly authorized to settle all acconts
of the late tirin of llumiston & Ma'Dan.
J. T. MA'DAN,
Portland, July 81, lsG-.
THE undersigned being duly authorized will pay all the
liabilities of the late linn of lluiuiston & Ma'Dan on de
mand. All purties indebted to llumiston k Mu'Duii will
please pay to
1 F ' C. N. IITJMISTON.
Portland, July 31, 1852.
J. Y. WILSON and GEO. W. STEVENS of San Fran
1 cisco huve this day purchased from Mr. J. T. .Ma'Dan his
entire interest in the Wholesale Liquor buisness, lately con
ducted under the name and linn of llumiston k Ma'Dan,
The business will hereafter be conducted under the name
aud linn of
HUMISTON, WILSON k CO.
Portlaud, July 31,"l52. Sl-H
T A. LTSWELL & Co
BOOKBINDERS, PAPER RULERS,
AND ULAN K HOOK MAN U FACT L' HE US,
f17 Clay, and 511 Commercial street, between Montgomery
uud Siiusome, Sim Francisco.
Itlunks, Way Hills, Dill Heads, Brief paper, etc., ruled to
order, at the shortest notice, lllunk Hooks ruled, bound
and printed to order, and old books rebound. Orders
from the country by letter or Express, promptly attended to.
Eighth Street, Eugene City, Oregon.
TpiIE UNDERSIGNED, having fitted up and reopened
J the large and commodious Livery Stable, formerly kept
by Chuso A' Co., would respectfully solicit the patronage
-of their friends, and of the traveling public generally.
We will keep constantly on hand horses and buggies to
let at reasonable rates." Horses intrusted to on rcarc will
be well fed and carefully attended to by experienced host-
Teaming of every kind promptly attended to.
82-31.? I). C. FELCll A J. MULHOLLAN.
D 11. DELAYAX'S
rpilE JAPANESE SALVE IS THE BEST PRtPARA
I tion that has been discovered lor the cure of
roiSO from ruiMM oak,
N n rsi nc sore B reasts,
And in fact, all kinds of Sores. Try it all everybody.
No family should be without it, and, although the in
gredients are rare and expensive, only FIFTY CENTS is
charged for a box.
For sail by all Druggists.
RED1N0T00 CO., Wholesale Agents,
t2-om San Francisco.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED having snM his entire interest in
Jl the TRIFLL'VIA MAKK KT, would hereby noti
fy those knowing themselves indebted to the firm of
STEPHENSON A LUCKEY, that after the 23d inst. he
will be in readiness at the Market to settle with them; and
all those having claims against the firm will please present
4hem, and we will agree to pay them or take the Oath of
Allegiance instanter. J. M. STEPHENSON.
s Eighth strest. oppositi Chase & Co.' liter?
Stable i now prepared to do all kinds of smithina; in his
line at CHEAP RATES for READY PAY, such as farmeri
and teamsters want It is said by the farmeri of Lane
re the be ever manufactured in this place ; therefore,
he is nt afraid to warrant them to perform well, particu
lar attention paid to
and work warranted to give satisfaction. Give me a call
at my hop, and you shall be accommodated.
Produce, and all kinds of Money,
(except "Confederate Bonds") take for work.
Kugeae City, August t- lS'Si. '-'t
A. S. He C lure,
DRY GOODS, CLOT 11 IS O, SALEM
CLOTH, BOOTS AND SHOES,
II A R WARE AND CUT
OATS, BUTTER, EGGS, AND
ALL OTHER KINDS OF SALE-
ABLE PRODUCE TAKEN AT LIBERAL
PRICES IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS,
Corner Oak asd Ninth stbkkts is rnoNT or Coi'KT llorso.
Eugene City, Oregon, August in, lues. oi-u
LOOK HERE!! 3f
rw-utPTTVnF.nsmVEn HAVING PURCHASED AND
ith Shnn nn Ninth Street, is
prepared to do all kinds of work iu his line, such as
MAKING and REPAIRING
Jobbing of all kinds executed on short notice, and iu the
latest and best style,
A T RA TES TO SUIT THE HA BD TIMES.
GIVE ME A CALL.
I also have about ten thousand pounds of assorted iron,
which I will sell for cash.
J. C. LDCKEY.
Eugene City, August 1st, 1862. 29-Cm
J. B. nXDRRWOOD.
ELLSWORTH & UWDERWOOD,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
OFFICE OPPOSITE GLOTtB HOTEL, EUGENE CITy, OOK.
H. C. SHALL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, will practice in all the Courts
of this State. Particular attcntiou given to Convey
uiicing, Collection of Debts, etc. Ollice iu the Court IIouso,
Eugene City, Oregon. SiS-om
VLL PERSON'S HAVINii CLAIMS AGAINST THE
Estate of Daniel Cushuiau, deceased, are hereby ro
iiiired to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers.
within one year from the date of this notice, to II. C. Small,
Ailmiiiistru'tiir of snid Estate, at his law ollice in Eueene
City, LaneCotmtJ', regon, or they will b ft-ever Ue-
larrcd. o - l u. j. fmaiaIi,
Dated September 1, l?'i2. Administrator and Att y.
IN the matter of petition for tho sale of the real Estate
of Alexander Goodpasture, deceased, it is ordered
bv the County Court for the county of Lane, Oregon, that
ail persons interested in the said Estate appear before
said Court, on the first Monday in October, 18'ii, and show
ivintn win- an order should not be granted to the Adminis
trator of said Estate to sell so much of the real Estate of
the deceased us shull be requsito to pay tho allowance to
the family, the debts outstanding against the deceased, and
the expense of Administration.
Bv order of the Court made at the September Term, 1S(32.
Attest, 11. SMALL, I D. U. IUSDOX,
Comity Clerk. ) Zi County Judge.
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY HAVING BEEN granted
by the Probate Court of Curry County, Oregon, and
Archibald Stevenson duly appointed Executor of the last
Will and Testament of Peter McKinty, deceased : now,
therefore, all patties having claims against said deceased
are required to present the same, to said Executor, at
Ellensburg in said county, within one year from the dato
hereof, or be forever barred. ARCH'D. STEVENSON,
Dated Ellensburg, Aug. 4th, 13i)2. S3-4t Executor.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION TO ME DIRECTED,
issued out of tho County Court for Douglas County,
Oregon, I have levied upon aud will proceed to sell to the
highest bidder, for cash, on the
8th day of September, 18C2,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. ., and 4 o'clock p. .,
on the premises, the following described property, situa
ted in Douglas County, Oregon, to wit; being the donation
Land Claim of M. ilanley, in Section 12, Township 29,
Rango 6 West, containing 160 acres more or less, with all
the appurtenances thereunto belonging. Said property is
sold to satisfy an execution issued out of the said Court,
in favor of Fendel Sutherlin and against Hugh E. Casey, et
al, for the Sum of ffMi m, judgment, interest and costs of
suit. II. HOWE,
August, 5th, 1863. 81-tt Sheriff Douglas County.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED OUT OF
the Circuit Court, for the State of Oregon and county
of Lane, and tome directed and delivered, I have this
day levied upon and will proceed to sell to the highest bid
der, for cash, on Monday, the
2 d day ol September, 18C2,
between the hours of 12 and 3 p. u. of same day, on the
premises, the following described real property, to wit ;
situated in Lane county, Oregon, the east half of Section
two (2), in Township eighteen (ltO South, Range four (4)
West, containing three hundred and twentyr32o;
Jucres, more or les, together with all the appur
tenances therto belonging. Said property is offered to satis
fy an execution issued nut of thea bove mentioned Circuit
Court, in favor of C. E. Chrismon, and against W. W.
Chapman and J. L. Hrumlcy, for the sum of (140 55, to
gether with interest and accminz costs : The above being
certain mortgaged premises of V. W. Chapman and Mar
garet F. Chapman, his wire. T. J. IIRATTAIN,
August 18th, 18i2. 82-4t Sheriff Lane County.
A DEEP BAY, middle-sixed American horse; about five
years old, with a small star in his forehead, and some
saddle marks. Any person taking him up and returning
him to the subscriber will be liberally rewarded.
A. W. PATTERSON.
Eugene City, May 8th, li2. 19-tf
WELLS, FARGO CO'S EXPRESS.
"ITTELIis. FARGO k CO. HAVE EXTENDED THEIR
f T Express to
j VANCOUVER, CASCADES, DALLES,
J WALLULA, WALLA WALLA, LF.WISTON,
OROF1NO, PIERCE CITY, ELK CITY,
j and the SALMON RIVER MINES.
fA list of Agents will be pnblihfd as soon as practicable.
ana eacn Ag ni win or iiimisiien wim a commission speci
fying his authority and the extent to which he will be
bound by his acta, which will be pnblicly exposed in bis
office for the inspection of those doing buin-s with us.
WELLS, FAKOO k CO.
E. W. TRACY, Superintendent for Oregon and Wasb
instoo Territory. It tf
EEV. E. P. HENDERSON, A. M.,
(Late President of" Columbia College"), PaiNCiriL.
This Institution is situated at the town of IlarrUburg,
iu Linn County, Oregon, in pleasant and healthy local
ity. THE BUILDING IS LARGE AND
The first Session will begin on the
FlUST DAY OF' 8EPTEMDER, IS&J.
The Academic year is divided Into two Sessions, of lot)
Tuition will be JS, 10 and 812 per Session ; one-half in
advance, and the other half at the close of the Term. Stu
dents admitted at any time, and charged from the time of
euti-ance to the close of Session, unless a special coutract
ia made otherwise.
Tho undersigned takes pleasure in announcing to his
former patrons and frieuds, tha ufter an absence of three
years he has returned to Oregon, and located permauently
at the nhovenamed Institution, aud will bo happy to meet
any of lus former students in this new and elegant Acad
emy; where every facility will bo atlorded to them that
they eninved witli him in the brightest davs of "Columbia
College."' . E. P. HENDERSON,
P. S. Boarding can bo had, iu private families, very
Japaxrsx Salve. This article is proved to be tho best
for the cure of the varioua complaints lor which it is rec
ommended, that is known. It can be used with most per
lect safety, 'and will work like a charm proving the fuct
that one great good has resulted by the opening of trude
with the Japanesa. Sea adrertiaeiueiit, t
The following letter, which emphatically
speaks fur itself, was written by tho Deau of the Faculty
of the Philadelphia College of Medicine to tho editors of
the Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, San Fruucisco
for publication :
Pnn.ADKi.piiTA, January 17th, l!i)2.
To the Editors of the Paeilio Medicul Journal Uentlo
meu : My attentiou has beeu called to an urticle in the
December number of your journal, in regard to the ad
eundem degree granted by the Philadelphia College of
Medicine to Dr. L. J. Czapkay. When the application for
the degree was made to the Faculty, it was accompanied by
allidavits and testimonials to tho effect that Dr. Czupkav,
was a regular graduate M. 1). of the University of Pestii,
had served us a surgeon in the Hungarian army, and waa
a regular practitioner of medicine. On the htrength of
these the degree was granted. The ad eundera degree,
as its name implies, is conferred on graduates only, and
gives us new privileges. Had there beeu the slightest
suspicion ot irregularity, the application would have beeu
refused, lly inserting this in your journal you will do an
act of justice to tho college, and confer a favor on,
Yours, very respectfully, 11. RAND,
Dean of the Faculty cf the Phil'a. College of Medicine.
DR. L. J. CZAPKAY'S Private Medical and Surgical In
stitute is on Sacramento street, below Montgomery, oppo
site the Pacilic Mail Steamship Company's ollice. Sun
Francisco. The Doctor offers free consultations and asks
no remuneration unless he effects a cure. Office hours
from to a. M. to 1 f..
Certificate. I, the undersigned, Governor of Hungary,
do testily hereby, that Dr. L.J. Czapkay has served during
thecontest for Hungarian liberty, as Chief Surgeon, in the
Hungarian army, with faithful perseverance. Whereof I
have iriven him this certiticate, and recommeud him to the
sympathy, attention and protection of all those who are
capable 6f appreciating patriotic self-sacrifice, aud unde
KOSSUTH LAJOS, Governor of Hungary.
Washington City, January 6th, 1S52.
rT Persons not wishing to lose time in correspondence
please enclose $10 in their letters, and they will get im
mediate attention to their cases.
Address, L. J. CZAPKAY, 51. D.,
San Francisco, Cal.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD is offered for a
better Antidote for all affections of tho
URINARY ORGANS and PROSTATE GLAND
Dr. FRANK ALLERTON'3 L
Antidote and Eose Injection.
The worst cases of GoNonitinx are rdically cured by two
or three bottles. Slight cases in two or three days. Hits
preparation will do what uo other remedy can, or has been
known to do, viz : Cure every case, no matter how compli
cated. Thousands can testily 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! Two or three doses is sufficient
to convinco vou of its suuerior medicinsl virtues. The
only restriction while using the Antidote is to avoid all
spirits unit llecr, or Ate. lie sure to asK lor i;r. niA.n.
ALFrtTON'S Antidote and lioso Injection. Take it accor
ding to directions on the bottle and it will cure you.
Sold by all regular Druggists aud Dealers in California,
Orc?un and Hritish Columbia.
Price for Antidote, 1 60 ; Itoso Injection, 1 C. Three
ooiiies is neuriy always suucicni to pcriorui rauieiu uuiv,
leaving no traces of the malady in ttie system, which can
not be truthfully said of any other known preparation.
UOJiSER BROADWAY A.D SASSOilE STREETS,
tJ,rfVHI rnpricioroi uiis wen anuwu unu ui,i w
l"t ' tablishcd House is still at his old tricks feeding
ill the nublic for the low sum of roi'R dollars per
wiin , i r ,, i .t l.l
week, and the cry is " Still they come !" This Hotel was
established in 1S52, and the Proprietor proudly appeals to
its well known reputation, and ut the same time pledges
himself to use every endeavor to add to the comfort and
convenience of his guests. The llrooklyn Hotel WAGON
will always be ready on the wharf on the arrival of the
steamers, to convey passengers and their baggage to the
House, free of charge. To prevent imposition be positive
and see that BROOKLYN HOTEL is painted in large let
ters on the sides of the Omnibus.
Board per day, (1 ; Hoard per week, 4 ; Meals, SOcts,
Lodgings, AOcts. Lodging per week, 2 V.' 'Sn'e
rooms oft cents pernight.
JOHN KELLY, Jr.
Jime II, 13'jli am
To Merchants and Shippers.
rOKTAGE AT OREGON CITY.
THE MERCHANTS AND SHIPPERS of the Willamette
Valley are notified that
BARSTOW k FRAZER
are now prepared with plenty of teams and carefnl drivers
to pass freight over the Portaire between Oregon City and
Cancmah as fast as could be expected.
One of us will be at all times at each end of the route to
attend to the forwarding of the freight, so as to preveut
any unnecessary delay.
Oregon City, uregon, January i, live. ti
Notice to Absent Defendant.
James Estep t. Joseph A. Dillon and Elias Williams.
rno JOSEPH A. DILLON: You are hereby notified that
X unless you appear in the Circuit Court of the State of
Oretron, for'the county of Lane, on the fourth Monday of
October, A. I. ana answer ine compiaini oi James
Estep, plaintiff, which has been filed with the Clerk of said
Court, and prays for a judgment against you for 1119 14,
besides interest and cost of suit, the said complaint will
be taken for confessed, and the prayer thereof will be grant
ted by the Court. By order of said Court made at the April
erm, luli. D. M. RISDON, P'IBs Ally.
Eugene City, May IM1. i-3m
IiKDIOTOT fc CO'S
Superior Yeast Powders.
WARRANTED to make Light Sweet and nutritious
Equally adapted to LOAVES, IfOT P.fCCfT, BfXK
wiEAt, aSi OTHER CAKE. MSOERBREAU,
A. YD CAKES Of ALL K1SDS.
Warranted fully equal to any in the market
Ask for REDINOTON k CO S YEAST POWDERS', and
take no stber, if yon would have uniformly goad bread.
Manufactured and sold at wholesale, by
REDINOTON ft CO.,
4"? and til Clay St ., aa Francisce,
Cor. Front and Broadway Streets
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
T U Ti 1ST 13 II S
The Greatest Remedy of the Age.
..FOR THE CURE OF...
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Weakness of the Stomach,
Or Derangement of the Digestive Organ.
' TunitTi' Forrest Wine Dittors,"
Are sure to reguluto the stomach, the main avenue to the
whole body ;
Are sure to counteract Billionsncss, when in malarout
Arc sure to agrco with the most weakly, as well a the most
robust person ;
Arc sure to create a good appetite ;
Are very pleasant to the taste as a beverage,
Are ecououilcal and cheap.
All travelers should carry theso bitters with them to pre
vent Billiousness and Fevers caused by
change of climate and water.
Seamen should carry thein to prevent Scurvy, Ship Fever,
and tho like, when they are deprived of
cooling, nutritious vegetables.
They are a very rich, nutritious Wine, formed by the
addition of nine different kinds of roots, barks and herbs,
making a very pulutablo as well as one of the most nourish
ing Bitters iu' the known world.
Sold Wholesale by
Corner Washington and Franklin streets, N. Y.
Niagara street, Bullulo, N. Y.
Corner Broadway and Front streets,
And fur sale by Merchants and DrupVibts,
TURNERS' GINS ER WISE,
Turners' Ginger Wino I I
Turners' Ginger Wino t !
This article is prepared from pure White and Jamaica
Ginger Root, in such manner as to form the best and most
pleasant tonic ever introduced : and is an invaluable rem
edy for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, and for all diseases whero
a gentle stimulant is required to bring the system into
One Million Gallon, in Barrel and Cates, sold
Throughout tho world, thereby proving its unequalcd and
unrivalled merits. It has received tho approbation of the
Medical Faculty throughout the United States, and wher
Sold Wholesale bv
Corner Washington and Fiunkliii nUecls, N. Y.
IViagara street, Hullalo, x.
Corner Broadway aud Front streets,
And for sale- by Merchant and Druggists,
It is not only harmless, but it is eminently beneficial iu
all cses wncro a warm curuiai ur a gurLciuisiuiininni re
quired. Especially is this the case when there is felt by the
puticut a senso of exhaustion, arising from cither heat or
futiguo. Under such circumstances a few drops taken in
half a tumbler of water, with a litllo sugar, will be useful.
It will be found in such cases a pleasant and etl'ctivo resto
rative ; on this account this Essence is a highly important
addition to the voyager and traveler's portmanteau. It is
also important to the family collection of remedies for dis
eases. This article, liko the Ginger Wino, is carefully and elabo
rately prepared and selected from the best .quality of arti
cles. It possesses all the true properties of the Jamaica
(iinger, and we do not hesitate to warrant it to befreo from
any and every injurious or irritating properties.
When there is a grout Nausea of the stomach, or oppres
sion of Spirits, arising from impelled digestion, from
riding iu a carriage, or from the motion of u vessel at sea,
this Essence, if taken in accordance with the above direc
tions, will be found invariably to give relief.
Iu ordinary Diarrhoea, incipient Cholera, and indeed in
all diseases by which the nervous system may become pros
trated, and the digestive organs deranged, this Essence
will be found most invaluable.
Corner Washington and Franklin airects, New York.
Niagara street, Jiutlalo, ?i. I .
Corner Broadway and Front streets,
And for sale- by Merchants and Druggists,
Manufacturers oi every description of
Corner iVont and Broadway streets,
SAN FRANCISCO CAL.
June 5, 1842.
Er. William Hall's Balsam for the Lungs
CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, NIOHT PWEATS, SPIT-
Tl.NH BLOOD, COLDS, COUOII, IS r LL KMtA,
PAIN IN THE SIDE, AND ALL DIS
EASES OF THE LUNOS.
Dr. Wm. Hall's Balaom lor tU Lungs, in sll case gives tbe
best or satisfaction.
Dr. Wm. Hall's Ralsam for the Lungs, has wrought more
cures since its introduction than-any other cough meui
Dr. Wm. Hall s Balsam for Hie Lungs, is endorsed by your
leading physicians as the salcst aim best remedy now
before the public.
Dr. Wm. Hall s Balsam for the Langs, is safe tausesmong
children, and yet powerful in cases of chronic pulmona
Dr. Vm. Hall's Balsam lor the Lungs, brings in certificates
almost daily, of its wonderful cures in all parts of the
The more striking proof the Intrinsie worth and excel
lence of DR. WM. II ALL'S B A USA M for the LL NOS, is
shown in the repiJity with which It becomes a general
favorite with the people. There is nothing of a similar
nature but what is cast into the shade when the Balsam has
been thoroughly tested. The agents for it sale, the coun
try over, in ordering new supplies, are very enthusiastic
in its favor, ravine: "It is just the thing; it acts like a
charm; its etlects are truly magical."
The purchaser should be very particular to ask lor, and
take none but Dr. William Hall a Balsam for the Lungs
which is warranted to civ satisfaction or the money re
For sale by all Drug'-ists, snd by
REDINGTON A, CO.
Sole Agents, 409 and 411 Clay St., San Francisco.
IS HEREBY OIVEN, that my wife, Mary Ellen Nichols,
bos left my bed and boaid without cause or provoca
tion. All persons are hereby notified that I shall in nn
wisii hm mnaniibls for any debts aha may eontrart. and
all persons living her credit will io so at their pril
Fostburg, Jaly ls, H2. ? it
Yellow Dock and Idoide of Potass.
This celebrated preparation has stood the teat of X
years with the Calil'oruiu public who aie justly consid
ered as a community the most intelligent iu the world
dui iug which puriud we are proud to say it has given more
than aatis'aclion it has ueconte ine
For Californium particularly, who, from much exposure,
bad food, imperfect shelter and irregular habits, sutler
Than any community in the world; and wo are safe in say.
ing thut as a rule, California Rheumatism cauuot be cured
thoroughly without a free use of
It is the only preparation that will CURE Rheumatism, u
thousands cim testily who have tried the medicines of tbe
Best Doctors in the country, wi tl.out receiving any benefit
therefrom. In ull cases it gives immediate relief when
taken as per directions on the bottlo.
In delicate health would do well to try the virtues of thia
remedy, as it insures a peculiar bcoclieiul inUucnce upon
the vascular system not obtained by any other remedy. It
quickly removes from the blood and other fluida tho im
purities of unhealthy secretions, which cugeudert long
train of diseases, such as
Ulcers, Boils, Blotches und Pimples on the Face and Body,
llumui s, Pustules, Tumors, Sores, Rose or Erysipelas, Tet
ter. Scald Head, Swelled Neck, Liver Complaint, Lumbago,
tiout, Chronic Sore Eves, Cancer, Enlargement of the
Ovariva, iuiu ni
are cured by the renovating action of this truly valuable
medicine. It acts like a chirm, purifying the blood of all
morbid and corrupt matter, and ut the same time strength
ens aud invigorutcs the entire system.
will positively yield to the medicinal powers of this reme
dy, iu conjunction with Hall's ltosemnry Cerate, it
has cured eases of over twenty years standing, the disease
coveriug nearly the whole surfaeeof the body.
and all diseases arising from Lead, Mercury, and Arsenic,
such as Aching pains iu the Boues, Ilimucas of Sight, Low
Fevers, and worst of ull, Mercureul Rheumatism, are re
lieved by one bottle of this remedy.
Wasting of Flesh, Spitting of Blood, Habitual Costircncsa,
and Piles thousands can testify to the etlicsey of Hall's
Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock and Idoide of Potass in the
above named diseases. It iucreascs tho appetite and the
flesh, gives a healthy tone and vigor to the whole system,
A New Constitution.
As the constitution is tho blood and this remedy thorough
ly purities, clenses, and purges it of impuro mutters, and
at the samo time stimulates into healthy action the whole
Visceral System, which is engaged in the tuanufacturo ot
tho blood, hence tho hculth of the whole system will fol
low uud a long life, with n healthy und cheerful mind
sure indications of a healthy bodv can bo obtained by the
most delicate person, by thorougl.ly purging the blood iu
tho spring and full of the vear, with Hull's Sarsaparilla,
Yellow Dock, und IdoiJuol' Potass.
Owing to the great and unparalleled succesa of the
remedy, hundreds of unprincipled persons seek to palm off
on tlic'public, WOUTUI.R.S8 trash called by tho same name.
The Genuine Hall's Sarsaparilla containg neither Spirit.
Mercury nor Arsenic.
Sold by Druggists; and Dealers everywhere for tl, n
by tho proprietors, II. HA LI. & CO,
8;S:iim Ml and 538 Clay street, San Francisco.
Ann TUB ONLY SPECIFIC ItEMEDT rOB
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, CHRONIC BRONCHITIS,
ASTHMA, DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS AM) GENER
AL DEH1L1TY, FEMALE COMPLAINTS AND
ALL DISORDERS OF THE BLOOD SYSTEM.
This new and remarkable Chemical Remedy a prcpara-
4m .l'.yJi..U. f,fasiliui us H wr'.mm t wvml by 4bt cele
brated Dr. J. F. Churchill, of Paris. It has been used by
over ten thousand physicians, during the last three year
with results unparalleled in tho annuls of medicine ; crea
ting an entire revolution in the treatment of Chronio Dis
eases of tho Lungs. Stomach, and all morbid conditions of
the Nervous and Blood Systems. Uonaumptwn ia no ton'
ger an inmrallc tmilmi, for this Remedy lias relortd hurt'
lire U, in all tttigti of lit disease.
Have a two-fuld and specilie action on the one nand in
creasing the principle which CONSTITUTES NERVOUS
ENERGY ; and, on tho other, being the MOST POWER
FUL BLOOD GENERATING. AGENTS KNOWN. They
act with promptness and certainty in all general morbid
conditions, such as Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma, Scrofula,
Marasmus, Ancmin, Female Compluints, etc., and in all dis
orders of the Nervous or Blood Systems. Their effect upon
the tuburcular condition is immediate all the general
symptoms disappearing with a rapidity which is really
marvelous. 'I'hey 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 CURE.
Winchester's Genuine Freparatlon
OF THE HVPOPHOSPHITES is the only reliable form of
Dr. Churchill's Remedy, nnd i npproved by the Medical
Profession generally. USE NO OTHER, Oil ANY REM
EDY CONTAINING IRON.
t-yT" Circulars containing the only authentic information
iu regard to the new treatment, free.
f?T Price tl per bottle. Sold Wholesale and Retail at
the California Branch Depot, by S
604 Mission St., two doors west of Second, Sen Francisco.
FOR THE REMOVAL AND CURE OK
All Diseases arising from an Impure
State of the Blood or Habit
of the System.
IN thia preparation are strongly concentrated all the
medii iiial iirnoerties of Sarsanurilla. combined with the
mo4t effectual aids, tbe most salutary productions, the most
potent simples of the vegetable kingdom ; and the combi
nation is such that one nudities and improves the elhert
producing a compound differing entirely in its character
and properties from any other preparation, and unrivalled
in its operatiou on Ihc system when laboring under disease.
It has been so fully trateri, not only by patients themselves,
but also by phvstcluns, that it has'received their unquali
fied recommendations and the approbation of the public
and has established nn its own merits a reputation for Tal
us: and rrrf scr far superior to tbe various compound
bearing the name of Sarsaparilla.
EROM THE ARMY.
Moxtfret, Cal., Jan. IS, 1850.
Messrs. A. B. k D. Saxtis Gentlemen: I beg leave to add
my testimony in favor of your invaluable medicine, hoping
it mnv lead some other unfortunate beings to try its cflects,
and that they may be benefited as I have been. I arrive!
here by the overland route, about the first of October last.
A few days alter I woe attacked with a very disagreeable
eruption of I tie skin, which my physician could not cure.
I happened to find your Sarsaparilla in a store in this place,
and remembering the popularity of the medicine at home,
I piircbasrd three bottles, which had tbe desired effect of
removing my dinieulty entirely.
With, high regard", yours, etc..
J. II. MILLER, l ietit V. 8. A.
Prepared snd aold by A. II. A I. Snnds, Wholesale
Drusrgist. 1"0 Fnltnn strert, corner of William, New York.
For sale bv Dr. Witt. Kiitls k Co., II. Jnnxscx k Co..
snd Rrnixr.TOt A Co., San Francisco ; Hire k Corrm, Mn-
rvsville; R. II. MH"!Ai.n A t o., Sacramento; Shitsi at
Iiavis, Portland; WM. WALKER Eugene City; and by
Druggists gi'ncrslly. iirf-Ja
Saddlery! Saddlery ! !
CX A LARGE l.oT OF EVERY IESCklP-f
tji' lion of ftnddlra, Itridlea, Hr.f"
Vhmi, raclfsuildles, etc., etc., at V
SAM. COX'S Old Stand,
Where we will be on hand (I aint gninc to Salme-n) to
make any kiud of work, in our line, to order.
None but thn Dest Material a4.