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EUGENE CITY, OCTOBER 11, 1862.
AG E .NTS FOK TIIK STAT E BEPI B L1C A N.
The folluw iiiji nmileJ gentlemen: are authorized to ro
eeivo uud receipt lor uiouey uii subscription tu the Ktrt B-
Suo. Francisco, California, ... Charles A. Crane.
Oregon City, ------- - W. ('. Juhuson.
Halem, Oregon, ' J. ('. Curtw right.
tilverion, W. K. Dunbar.
Albai.r, D. W. Wukclicld.
Corruflis, A. U. Huvey.
Kugcne City, - -- -- -- -- II. It. Kincuiil.
Koscburg, ..--J. II. lingers.
Jacksonville, - - - - - - - - J. K. Hodden.
Aahlund, J. M. McCall.
Traveling Agent, ...... SI. O. McCarty.
l'ostiuusters are also requested to receive and forward
subscription. Stony way be sent through the muils at our
Tub Rev. A. C. Edmonds, (Universalist)
will preach in the Court House on the third
sunday, (19th) of this month at 11 o'clock a.m.
Subject, a funeral discurse. Also same day and
place at 2 o'clock p m. the First Univcrsalist
Society of Oregon will meet.
BY VIRTUE OF AX EXKCUTIOX to mo directed,
issued out of the County Court for the countv of Doug
lus, and State of Oregon, I have levied upon and will pro
ceed to null to the highest bidder, for cash, on t lie
7th day of November, 18(W,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. M., and four o'clock p.
II,, on the premises, the following described property, situ
uteil in Douglus county, Oregon, to wit; All the cast half
of the cast half of Section 83, and the east half cl'tlie south
cast quarter of Section IS, and the north west quarter of
the south cast quarter of Section lft, and the north cast
quarter of the south west quarter of .Section 13, Township
South, Range 5 West, containing 820 acres niore or less,
together with all the ummrtenances thereunto belonging.
Said property is sold to satisfy an execution issued out
of said Court in favor of Jereniiah Rapplev and against
Jackson Wright, Isaac lluilcy, and James H. Weaver, for
the sum of M Is, judgment and costs and accruing costs.
October J, 1S6J. 8H-H L. HOWE,
.Sheriff Douglas county.
BY VIRTUE OF AX EXKCUTIOX TO SIE DIRECTED,
issued out of the County Court for Douglas county,
Oregon, I have levied upon and will proceed to sell to the
highest bidder, fur cash, on the
8th day of November, 1802,
between the hours of 10 A. M. and 4 P. m., on the premises,
the following described property, situated in Douglas
countv, Oregon, to wit; All the donation laud claim of
Josepli Roberts, in Sections '.'7, 5M, 33, and Si, Township
.'SO South, Range 5 West, containing 140 acres mure or
less, together with all the uppurtcuauces thereunto be
lunging. Said property is sold to satisfy an execution issued out
of said Court in favor of H. S. Woodford, and against
Joseph Roberts, for the sum of fS'i') i'i, judgment, costs
A id accruing costs. L. HOWE,
October z, iwi. sv-ii &nenii uougias couuty;
BY VIRTUE OK TWO EXECUTIONS TO ME directed
issued out of the County Court, tor Douglas county,
Oregon, I have levied upon and will proceed to sell to the
highest bidder, for cash, on the
7th day of November, 18G2,
between the hours of 10 A. st. and 4 p. M., on the premises
all the right, title and interest of John S. Burnett, iu and
to the following described property, situated in Douglas
countv Oregon, to wit ; All thedunation land cluim ufJohn
ri. Iturnett and his wile, being in Suctions 1, tl, 11, 12. 13
and 14, in township 2i South, Range West, containing
3:M acres more or less, together with all the appurtenances
thereunto belonging. Said property is sold to satisfy two
executions, issued out of said Court in favor of Addison
R. Flint, and against John S. Uiirnctt, oucfor the sum of
Uss 29, and one for the sum of :!J3 03, judgement and
costs and accruing costs L. HOWE,
October it, lsnj. 'J-it Sheriff Douglas County.
3. M. Pirn, having been appointed Administrator of the
Estate of Edward V. Harden, deceased, by the County
f 'ourt of Lane cnunty, all persons owing said Estate are
requested to make immediate payment, und nil persons
Inn ing claims agifiust the same, are requested to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers, to him at his residence
in Camp Creek, or leave the same with Ellsworth A Un
derwood at Eugene City, within one year from this date,
orthev wili thereafter be burred from collecting the same.
Eugene Citv, i KLLSWOUTH 4 UNDERWOOD,
)ot. 7, lS'Jii. f S'.-4t Att'ys for Adm'r.
J vpanksk Sai.vk. This article is proved to be tho best
for the cure of the vurious complaints for which it is rec
ommended, that is known. It can be used with most per
tect safety, and will work like a charm proving the fact
that one great good has resulted by the opening of trade
with the Japanese. See advertisement.
B. CORNELIUS respectfully announces that his School
will be opened on Mobility, 13th of October, on reduced
terms for pupils under twelve years of age. In the inter!
um a Card ot Terms will be priuted and distributed. S7--'t
. x. LL'CKKT.
LUCKEY & PARSONS,
nAVE purchased the above market where they are
realty to furnish the trade with the best of beef,
mutton, pork, salt tisli, und every thing in their line that
the country will afford. W will take in exchange- all
kinds of nuirkctnhlu produce. Our motto is
SMALL PROFIT AXD READY PAY1
We will delivei beefbv the quarter as cheap as it can
be afforded by fanners. Thankf ul for past favors, we hope
by strict and careful attention to business to merit the pub
lie patronage in future. 34-tf
Eugene City, Sept., 8, HHi.
Eighth Street, Eugene City, Oregon.
rpilE UXDEKSIOXED, having fitted tip and reopened
I the large and commodious Livery Stable, formerly kept
by Chase 4 Co., would respectfully solicit the patronage
f 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
lers. Teaming of every kind promptly attended to.
2-3m " D. C. FELCII 4 J. MULHOLLAX.
T have this d;ir sold mr entire interest in the Wholesale
JL Liquor business, lately conducted under the firm of
Jlumiston a 31a I' an, t'ortlanu, Ueegon, to Messrs. J. 1.
Wilson and Geo. W. Stevens of San Francisco.
C. M. Humiston is dtilv authorized to settle all acconts
of the late firm of liumistoo k Ma'Dan.
J. T. MADAXf
Portland, July 81, 152.
THE nndersigned being duly authorized will pay all the
liabilities nfthelate firm of Humiston k .Ma'I'an on de
mand. A II. parlies indebted to Humiston k JIa Dun will
please par to
C. X. IIUMISTOX.
Portland, July 31, lSi.
J. Y. WILSON and CEO. W. STKVEN3 of San Fran-1
Cisco have this day purchased from Mr. JL T. Ma'Dan his
entire interest in the boleale Liquor buisness, lately con
ducted under the name aud firm of Humiston k Ma'Dan,
The business will hereafter be conducted under the name
and firm of
UUMISTOX, WILSON k CO.
Portland, July CI, 1562. S4-t
J. B. Underwood,
"V'OTARY PUBLIC, will punctually attend to all bns
1.1 in-ss entrusted to bis care.
;-tf E'irrne Ci'y, Orryn.
To All Whom It May Concern.
FTM1ERE are many obligations in tnr hands for School
L money loaned, with back interest due.
Parties are requested to come forward immediately, and
fiay the iuterest on such obligations, in accordance with a
aw which requires the interest to be paid semi-annually
in advance. A. S. MeCLUUE,
Treasurer' Office I Treasurer of I.aue county.
Sept. 13, l0i )
1. B. rSDKRWOOD.
ELLSWORTH & UNDERWOOD,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
OFFICE OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL, EUGENE C1TV, OUH.
A. S. McClure,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SALEM
CLOTH, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARWARE AND CUT.
OATS, BUTTER, EGGS, AND
ALL OTHER KINDS OF SALE-
ABLE PRODUCE TAKEN AT LIBERAL
PRICES IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS,
Cohnkr Oak and Ninth stkfkts i front or Coi bt Hoi sb
Eugene City, Oregon, Augi i: 1st, ltjtfS. Sl-tf
LOOK HERE ! !
rnilE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING PURCHASED AXD
1 re-onened the lilacksmith Shop on Ninth street, is
prepared to uo an Kiuus oi worn in ins nue, siieu as
WA G ON IR ONING,
MAKING and REPAIRING
Jobbing of all kinds executed on short notice, and in the
latest and best style, '
A T SA TES TO SUIT THE 11 A It D TIMES.
GIVE ME A CALL.
I ulso have about ten thousaud pounds of assorted iron,
which I will sell for cash.
J. C. LUCKEY.
Eugene City, August 1st, 162.
rpiIK JAPANESE SAI.VK IS THE BEST PUKPAKA
JL tion thnt ha beon discovered for the cure of
P0IS0X from rOLSOA OAK,
Nursing sore lireasts,
And in fact, all kinds of Sores. Try it all everybody.
Xo family should be without it, and, although the in
gredients are rare and expensive, only FIFTY CENTS is
charged for a box.
For sail bv all Druggists.
HED1XUTOO k CO., Wholesale Agents,
02-6m San Francisco.
Eugene Common School.
J. L. GILBERT, RESPECTFULLY AXXOUXCES,
that he will open school in tho District School House, on
Monday, l:Uh inst. A competent assistant will be employ
ed if the patronage and interests of the school demand it,
and every etlurt made to make the school one of profit to
those who may favor it with their patronage.
Terms of instruction in Common School Branches, per
Session 0 no.
Students who require it, will receive instruction in DnlTa
System of Hook-keeping, Higher Arithmetic, Algebra,
Philosophy, etc. etc. 3S "Jw.
SAVE YOUR EGGS.
ANEW AN'D USEFUL IN VENTION whereby epgs can
be preserved perfectly freidi almost indefinitely, with
out the cncun.bri.nce of Lime, Suit, or nny other ordinary
rirescrratives. There in no more necessity of farmers el
inat their cgis at from lire to seven cents per dozen, when
they can, at a triHinir cost, nave them till they command
a good price. For further particular, enclose red stninn
to L. 11. SILVER, Salem, O.
2 AAA BUSHELS OF OATS, for which I will pay
j V)J S!.! cents cash per bushel. Oats to be deliv
ered in Eugene City. liEXJAMIX DESl'AIX. 3S tf.
THE CITIZENS OF I.AXE COUNTY are notified that
a meeting of the Lane County Agricultural Society, will
take place on the lsth Oct. at 1 o'clock p. . for the pur
pose of electing otlicers for the coming yeur, and to trans
act such other important business as may come before
the Society. A general attendance is rcpictcd.
C. C. CKOXEIt, Treasurer,
S. ELLSWORTH, Cor. Sec'tr,
D. LOCKE, Secretary.
OX ElOIITH STREET, OPPOSITE ClI ASE & Co.'g LI VERT
Stable, is now prepnred to do all kinds of smithing in his
line at CHEAP RATES for KEADY PAY, such as f.rmers
and teamsters want. It i said by the farmers of Lane
are the best erer manufactured in this plare ; therefore,
ne is nm airaio io warrant lucm io penorm wen. particu
lar attention paid to
and work warranted to give satisfaction. Oire me a call
at my shop, and you shall be accommodated.
Produce, and all kinds of Money,
except "Confederate Bonds"? t-ken f?r wrk
Euj'-na City, AiguM i, 1 ,,2 : t
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Will faithfully attend tu all business entrusted to his
BY VIRTUE OF AX EXECUTION' TO ME DIRECTED,
issued out of the Circuit Court for Douglas County,
Oregon, 1 have levied upon and will proceed tu sell to the
highest bidder, fur ea.-h, on the
S 1st day of October, ISM,
between the hours of lo o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock P.
on the premises, ull the right, title and interest of James
M. Arrtngton, in and to the following decribed property,
situutedin Douglas county, Oregon, to wit : All the dona
tion Land Claim of James M. Arringtoli anil his wife,
known as claim 4, in Township South, Kange ti West,
beginning at a point s.lo chs. South and .'i.'lo ehs. from
the N. W . corner of Section Is, thence running East iio.m.i
chs.. thence X. si.i.oci chs.. thence E. ."3."o. thence X. .'2.0"'
chs., thence W. 73 ehs., thence S. loj.oo chs. to place of
beginning, containing tliree linmireil and twenty ii('.w)
acre.i, of w hich the north luilfis designated for' the bus
band und the south half for the wile, together with ull
the appurtenances thereunto belonging. The Buid proper
ty is taken to satisfy an execution issued out of the said
Court, in favor of Antouie A. r ink, and against James M.
Arriinrtun. for the sum of live hundred and furtv-eight
dollurs and seventy cents .vts 70) judgement and costs
and accruing costs. L. HOWE,
Kosehurg, Oregon, I Slierifl" Douglas county.
Sept. liitli, 1m!2. 1 00-lt
H. C. SMALL,
VTTORXEY AT LAW, will practice in nil the Courts
of this State. Particular attention given to Convey
ancing, Collection of Debts, etc. Oince in tlielourt House
Eugene City, Oreguu. S3-tiiu
LL PERSONS HAVINU CLAIMS AUAIXST THE
Estate ot Itaniel I ushinan, deceased, are neielv re
ijuired to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers,
w ithin one year from the date of this notice, to II. C. Small,
Administrator of said Estate, ut his luwr office in Eugene
City, Lane County, Oregon, or they will be forever de
barred. 3t-''t H.C. SMALL,
Dated September 1, l"'i2. Administrator und Att'y,
TX the matter of petition for the sale of the real Estate
A. ot Alexander liood past lire, deceased, it is ordered
by 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, lnii-J, and show
cause why an order should not be grauted to tho Adminis
trator of said Estate to sell so much of the real Estate of
the deceased as shall be reipisite to pay the allowance to
the family, the debts outstanding against the deceased, and
the expense ot Administration.
liv order ot met oun niaue ai tne rcpieinoer n-nn,
Attest, II. SMALL, I D. M. lilSDOS,
. j 84 County Judge
Notice to Absent Defendant.
James Estep tu. Joseph A. Dillon and Elias Williams.
rpO JOSEPH A. DILLON : You arc hereby notified that
I unless yon appear iu the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for'the county of Lane, on the fourth Monday of
October, A. 1). 1 sii-', and answer the complaint of James
Estep, plaintirt', which has been tiled with the I lerk id said
Court, und prays for u judgment against you for 1111 14,
besides interest and costs of suit, tlie said complaint will
be taken for confessed, ami thepraver thereof will he grant-
ted by the Court, liv ol der of said Court made at the April
erm, ls.ij. 1). M. lilSDOX, I' Ills Atty.
Eugene City, May 3-, H 23-Sm
EDWARD A. TAXXER, A. M., (of Jacksonville, III )
MISS MARY HODGDOX, (of Ipswich, Mass.)
Tuition .", A, 7 and 8 dollars per quarter of 11 weeks.
REV. SIDNEY H. MARSH, A. M.,
Presipkxt, and Acting Professor of Languages.
REV. HORACE LYMAN. A. M.,
Piiofessihi of Mathematics.
EDWARD A. TANNER, A. M.,
Pkokessok Elet-t of Ancient Languages.
These two Institutions are at Forest (irnre, Washington
Arrangements arc being made by w hich students can
board in a club at about tho cost of provisions. Hoard in
families is now J J 75 per week.
lly help of Endowments obtained at the East, Collegiate
instruction is furnished students, however small the num
ber. The situation of the College is unsurpassed in beau
ty and hcalthfiilncss, uud is in the midst of a moral com
munity. The Library contains L'.loO choice books. Collections in
Natural History are being made. Feb. l.", lstij.
(sl'CCESSOll TO P. W. JOIINSOX TOST OFFICS DC1LDINO,)
BOOKS and STATIONERY,
Keeping constantly on hand all the
in use in Oregon, and an immense variety of standard
Paper ot all kinds Cap. Legal, Letter, Note, Printing, etc.;
f.nvclops, reus, rcncns, inaiiK hooks tncij
variety, Slates of all qualities and sizes,
all first quality and cheap.
REV. E. P. HENDERSON, A. !.,
(Late President of" Columbia College"), rm.ti-iPAt.
This Institution is situated at the town of llnrrisburg,
in Linn County, Oregon, in a pleasant and healthy local
THE BUILDING IS LARGE AND
The first Session will begin on the
FlUST DAT OP SKPTEMI1KR,
The Academic year is divided into two Sessions, of l'j
Tuition will lie J', ?M and liper Session : one hair in
advance, and the other half at the close nf the Term. Stu
dents admitted at any time. nd charged from the time of
entrance to the close of Session, unless a special contract
is made otherwise.
The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing to his
former patrons and friends, tha after an absence of three
years he has returned to Oregon, and located permanently
at the above named Institution, and will be happy to meet
any of his former students in this nw and elegant Acad-!
eniv; where erery facility will be atl'orded to Ihetn that I
tber enjoyed with him in the brightest dav of ' Columbia
Colleire."' K. P. HENDERSON,
P. S. Boarding can be had, iu private families, very
low. 81-tf I
Saddlery ! Saddlery ! ! j
A I.AR'JE LOT OF EVERY DKSrillP. I
tion of Snddlrs. Ilridlcs, IIr-I?Tl
hps, I'ack. Middles, etc., etc., at
SAM. COX'S Old Stand, I
Where w will be nn h.md 'I aint going to Salmon i to i
mske any kind of work, in our line, to ord.r. j
Sane bit! the !! .Ittciil iivd.
tVIIOLESALK AND RETAIL DEALKK IN
Mechanic's Tools, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,
Announces to tlio public and patrons that lie is
still in tho trade, nt tho old and well known
stand ofS. ROSENBLATT & BROTHER;
and selling poods at the Lowest Prices, for
CASH AND PRODUCE.
His stock is entirely new. l'urolmsers will
find here every article- usually kept in the stores
of this city new and well selected. Those
wishing to buy are requested to call and examine
his slock and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Remember tho place and that tho slock is
WHOLLY NEW, and will continually bo re
plenished with fresh new goods of tho LA TEST
STYLES, PATTERNS AND VARIETIES.
HUMISTON, WILSON &Co.,
WHOLESALE DEALKliS IN
VINES AND LIQUORS,
Fire Proof Brick Store, Front St., corner of Oai:
OFFER to tlie f rude of Oreiron and Washington Terri
tory' inducements second to no other hoitde ou this
coast. Our Mtock consists in part of
Fine Old Brandy,
Otard, Dupny & Co.,
A. Boniott & Co.,
United Vineyard Proprietors,
I'inett, Castillon & Co.,
Union of the proprietors, C. Marquet, A.
And various olher brands. Also, very choice
OLD BOURBON WHISKY,
Old Rye Whisky,
And nil other choice brand now in market.
Pure Holland Gin, St Croix and Jamaica Rum,
Cordials and Wines of every description.
Also, of tnir own btittliit, which we claim tu be superior
tu anything now in tho imu kct,
OTARI), DITL'Y & CO. & C. MARQI ETT'S
3 mA.3NTD TIES,
OLD BOUR150N WHISKY, of a superior
quality, and OLD RYK WHISKY.
Also, a (toneral nsaortmont of case good, ami ovorvtliini;
t'lse appertaining to tho I.iiiir TrutK. which wo oh or ut
Sun Francisco prioos. J v,'" Orders from country mer
chant and dealer. respectfully solicited.
N, B. All hijuor Hold by us are guaranteed to be gen
uine, ami u reproHoutcd, except imporlcd cuo goods, auch
as Schnapps, etc.
I'oHlaini, Oregon, July Si, lstJ- S.l -Cm
To merchants and Shippers.
PORTAGE AT OUEGON CITY.
rpilE MKUCII.WTS AM) Sliiri'EHS of the Willamette
L Vulloy are not i lied that
HAHSTOW A FRAKH
are now prepnred with plenty of team. ami careful driver
to pass Ireiglit over tho I'ortage between Hregon t ity and
L'anemali us fast as could be expected.
One of us will be at all times ut each end of tho route to
attend to the forwarding of tho freight, uo as to prevent
anv unnecessary delay.
Oregon City, Oregon, January 1, lfctJS. &ff
The following letter, which rmplintically
speaks for itself, was written by the Dean of tho Faculty
of the Philadelphia College of Medicine to the editors of
the rucitic Medical and Surgicut Journal, Sun Francisco
for publication :
Iitii.Air:i.i!UAt January 17th, sV.
To the Editors of the I'ucilic Medical Journal Gentle
men : .My attention has been railed to an article iti the
December number of your journal, in reirard to the ad
rundem degree granted by the Philadelphia College of
Medicine to Or. L. J. Czankav. When the application for
the degree was made to the Faculty, it was accompanied by
affidavits and testimonials to the effect that Or. Czupknv,
was a regular graduate M. I, of the University of I'esth,
had served a a surgeon in the Hungarian army, and was
ft regular practitioner of medicine. On tho Mrength of
tl.n .I,...-.,. f I, nA .1...
unuiv m.kc ni.ii. a iic n-i. i mi mi i
as its name implies, is conferred on graduate only, and
gives us new prmluufs. Hud there been the slightest
suspicion ot irregularity, the application would have been
rcnisea. jiy inserting this in your journal you will Uo un
net of justice to the college, oud confer ft favor on,
Yours, very respectfully, il. KAr),
i;can ot me rucuity or the rinia. t.oiiegeot MnUicine.
OR. I.. J. f'ZAl'K A V S I'nvntu Medical and Surgical In
stitute is on Sacramento street, below Montgomery, oppo
site the I'a'itic Mail St'-amnhip t'ompauv's (jtbee, Nut
r ranei-ico. l he Doctor otters tree consultHtion and aks
uo remunerHtion unless he effects ft cure. Office hours
from 9 A. m. to 'J r. m.
C'EitTirir itk. I, the undersigned, Governor of Hungary, !
do testify hereby, thut Or. L. J. Oiipkay ha served during
Thecuntfst lor iliingariun lihertv, as Thiei ?iurg'fin, In the
Hungarian army, widi faithful p-re vera nee. Whereof
have given him this certificate, and recommeml him to the
sympathy, attention arifl protection of all those who ffre
capable of appreciating patriotic solf-jMicrihce, and mule
KOSlTII LA JOS, Governor of Hungary.
Washington City, January ,'jth, 1-J.
JT" Persons not wishing to loc time in correspondence
ph n-e encfoselo in their i''tTS, nd Ihey will gt t iin-
meuiaTe aiK'nuou io iiieir rai .
Address, L. J.CZAPKAV. M. 0., I
San Francisco, Oil.
W ELLS," FAKGOT 1'0'S E IMttSSi i
rf:i..s, FAIiUO k CO. HAVE KXTE.NUK0 THKIrJ
VANCOUVER, CASCADES. DAM.K.S, I
WAI.LULA, W.W.I.A WALLA, LEWIST0X,
0KOH.NO, I'lKIl' K CITV, ELK CITV,
nd the SALMON RIVEIl MINKS.
A lit r,f Antn will he pulililinl ai soon priwlicahlp,
nnl r.v:h Atfcnt will m iumiftUrtf witli a otl1rui!llOD ..neci.
fvinn hi tiitlioritjr anil the rxtent to which lie will he
li'iiin.l by hi art!!, winch will be pnhlirlr rxpufud in his
office for the Inspection of th-jse hu j buinf--s w ith hs.
weiXs. fak;o Ci.
E. W. TflACV, Sirfrinf'cd-Dt f',r hfn and Wi h
inyt'in 1 ei ri'frjr. 1 1 if
E. W. TRACY'S
1 W. TRACY will continue the Ftpross from TORT
Ut LAN1J tu JACKSONVILLE, with the followiug
OFFICES AND AGENTS.
1 1 tf
Clmrman k Warner.
- M. WuUu.
Williams k Lippviieota.
ikll 4 llrowa.
. J. Couiior.
H. M. ElUwortb.
Lord, 1'utiTS k Co.
A. It. Flint.
SiJi'iuan, WollcnbT( 4 Co.
('. E. Hit knmn.
E. W. TKACV.
CHAELES A. CRANE,
Cor. Washington & Sansome Streets,
(iovernnu'iit Hou.e I'p-Stnira.
STATE KKPniMCAX, -StowH
Nevada National, - -
Outte Democrat, . - - .
Placer Courier, - - - -
Northern Calitornitui, -
Cohmia Times, ....
Mooney's Express, - . -Plumas
Stamlnrd, - -Southern
News, - - - -
Daily Argus, - - - - -
Daily Appeal, - - . - .
Napu County Time,
San Joc Telegraph,
Ahimeda Herald, - - -CohtrnCostuGuy.clte.
Santa Cruz News, - -Petalumu
Argus, - - - -
Sonomu County Democrat,
Los Anixeles Star, - - . -Daily
Mannosn Star, - - -
San Andreas Independent,
Columbia News, - - - -
Ah n led a County Gazette, -Democratic
Age, - - -Arizonian,
Oregon Farmer, - - - -
Mountaineer, - - - - -
llutching's Magaii.'e, -
California Culturist - -
Kugeno City, Oregon
- San Francisco
- Giusm V til ley
- Forest Hill
- - - I,os AngelcK
- - - - Stockmu
- - - Murysvitla
- - Sun Jofttj
- - Murtines
- - Santa Cru
- - - - Petal u m
- - - Suutu lios
- - ,oa Angelei
- - - - Portland
- - Muriposa
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- Carson Vulley
- - - San !eiuulro
- Tucson, Arizona
- - Oregon
- - Dalles, Oregon
- - Sun Francisco
' - Sun Francisco
Advertising in the Atlantic States.
C. A. C, will also attend to forwarding advertisements
to papers published iu any portion of the Atlantic .State.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
Building Lots from $10 to $200 Each.
Also, .r0 Vara lots and Entire Blocks of Beau,
tiful Garden Land !
FT TIIK CITV AND COUNTY OK SAN EKANCISCO.
on tlit1 line ot the Sun Jorc If nilrouil, ut tlio Wext Enit
Di-pot. Thi' title U abmiluti'lr 1'EKEKCT. bi'inj a Spnnisli
lirnnt. finiilly enntinned unl pHteitttnl by tlio Unitftl Stntca.
Tlii-Sliallor Hill n-sppcla this Title; the City Authorities
rt'sjiort it ; the District Courts uiul Sujirt'iue Court of the
Lulled StuU's rt'sin'ct it. Hcsiili'S tho TitU Inn t nfjrerrr
tjiiittfl by a linttl IcfeandJiidijiiifttta'Hiirittthe (Vi!y. So
tliat tluTe ia not even a cloud or'u iluttlow ujioii it. Who
ever uriliusi'3 one of these lots will buy a tot ami not a
Ofliru No. 19 Nairlee'a lliiililiue, corner of Jlontirewiorjr
and .llrrrhiuit atreels,, Sau Kiuuciro.
l-i-3iu iiakvkv n. imowx.
V'AsmxiiTor,-, D. C, July 1.
The undersiiiiH'd roinuienei'd, in the month of Decem
ber lust, the publication, in this city, of u weekly BcNvaua
ier, eallcd the Atttituml 11 piihtknn '.
It is printed ou a Inrpc sheet, twenty -acfrn bv fiivty two
inches, uiul is furnished ut the low prices stated betow.
It will contain ull the original matter of the daily Aiititm
al f'jitiflit-iM, with the exception of locul news tiot inter
esting to country xuhsciilHTS. It will ive full reports ot
the proceedings of Cohgress, and f theotherib'purtuienta
of the national Oovcruineut. It will eontniu all the newa
of the day, foreign und domestic, markets, etc., aa well
us uiuat correspondence from nil purts of the country.
The niiscclliiiicousdi-purtiHcnt will receive spcciul uttctitioti
und, in ull restiects, tfieelVort will be tniidc to establish tho
ct.urairliT of the .Xtttitinttl tiptiUii'ttit na a Kumily Newspa
per. Washington being now the central point of the cur
rent militurv operations, great iitlentioii will be paid to
furnishing the readers of the Xtifi'Mitt Ii'.tiliiran with full,
und especially with niri(ntt't uecounta ot tho progresa of
the war fov the Union.
In polities, the paper will be Ropublirnn, sustaining the
Administration of Mr. Lincoln, but disclaiming, however,
any pretention to be the organ of the President. There ia
mi IteiMilihcnn paiH-r in the District of Cofiiiubm, or in the
vicuiiivot if, unit it is believed that recent events hav
openeil to such paper un important Kphcreof nvcful effort.
The time has come, w hen theucttiul wiiuinislrution of tha
(jloverumeiit upon Itciiublican principles will explode the
misrepresentations W'hicli huve made those nrinciplcs ao
distasteful to the South. Hut it is not only here, and in
this vicinity, that the projectors of the A(ffirf tVyoiWiViiia
hope to make it useful. To the whole country they oiler
ournal which will lia?ns national politiea fmm national
stiindjiniut, and which w ill neter be swerved from patriotic
duty by any overpowering pressure of local (nttreal.
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TRACY & CO'S OREGON EXPRESS.
I'orti.iMi, March Slst, IMS.
I r pi IE I'AKTNnltSim'lim'tnrore existii Utweon tha
X undersigned is tins day dissolved bv uiutunl conseut.-
K'. W. TUACY
U If K. L. James.
NOTICK TO DULG(iISTS.
WI, IIAltiMS HAND and are eonslanltT reeeivinff
the finest nniiliii.s of IIRA N HI US AND WINKS,
expressly for the Drug Trade, which we guarantee to
genuiue. Ilt'MIaToN, WILSON Co.
DKLT BAY, niiildle sined American horse; about firs
rears otd, with a small slur in his forehead, and some.
smldle marks. Any per. on taking him up and returning
Unit to the subscriber wilt be libcrallr rewarded.
A.'W. l ATTF.RSOS.
Kngene City, May f h, Is- tf
I.'KOXI the lubseriber. living Ihreeniilra soulh of Euarna
! 1 City, a strawberry roan filly, two vrnrs old Inst spring ;
J no murk or branl except the hair inthe face is a little light
er than on the other parts of the bodv. Anv information
cMieer iii. the luit "ill l c puiLiLlv reaidrd Kugrs
(Ci'.". Ofg. n. ( Yx n lltkHV.