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EUGENE CITY, DECEMBER 6, 1852.
A;Kvrs roil Tiiii state" hki'iiji-icax".
The filUm ins niin.'d gentlemen are authorized to ro
eeivo and receipt for 11101117 ou subscription to the Kki'lb
mcax. S;ui Francisco, Culifurtiin, Charles A. Crane.
Oregon Citv, .....- V. C. Johnson.
Silton, Orison, J. C Cartwrijfltt.
Silvcrton, W. K. Dunbar.
Albany, 1. W. Wakelield.
Corvallis, A. ii. Ilovey.
Eunoiie Cite, II. It. Kineaiil.
Uuscbunr, ' J. Koners.
Wilbur, V. It. Hill.
Cauvouville, Andrew Tliuma.
Jacksonville, J. It. Hodden.
Ashland, KM. Mct'all.
'i'raveliug A;?ent, ...... M. (jr. McCarty.
Postmasters are nto requested ti receive and forward
subscriptions. .I011y 11ay be sent through the mails at our
Li visit ! Liveit ! ! All ye who suffer with dis
ease, of the Liver aro wholly inexcusable if you
allow tho cause to remain in the system when a
tpcific remedy is nt hand. A. S. MoClurc litis
just received a supply of " SatiforJ'u Liver Itivig
orator," which Is one of the most popular retiu
dies known. Call soon or the supply may be
Road to Sl'ottsbuko. Why is it that we
have no direct trade with Seottsbnrg ? That is
by far the nearest and best shipping port fur t's.
Ii y the way of tho Elk Creek trail it is only OS
miles from Eugene to where oecan vssels unlade,
and with the exception of four miles, it is a good
natural wagon 10a1'. Tho Eugeno City trade
naturally and legitimately belongs to Sottsburg.
The road is direct from ScottsLurg by Eugene
tmd the Mclvonzie route to John Day's and
Powder Rivers, making thirty per cent, the
shortest, and fi'ty per cent, the best road for
hauling goods, beside a saving of some TOO miles
of ocean service. Freight can be landed in
Scottsburg for eight dollars per ton, against $12
to 15 at Portland. If our merchants and
traders will take this matter into hand, by the
opening of the spring trade we might be pre par.
ed to supply the mines, and defy competition.
Will some of our capitalists move in this thing?
We hope they will.
Os the 23th of November the livery stable
ofS. cc 1. Durbin, in Salem, was burned down.
Tho only assiiitance possible for the citizens to
rond ;r was to get the carriages, horses and other
moveables out of tho stable, nil of which were
saved, and to save tho adjoining houses. The
blacksmith shop occupied by D. II. llayden, was
also consumed. Loss between four and five
thousand dollars. So says the Statesman.
I.I. PERSONS IIAVIXO CLAIMS AOAINST THE
V state of James Lytic deceased, are hereby required to
exhibit the fame with the necessary vouchers to Hiram
Smith, Administrator, at his residence in llarrisbun;.
Oregon, or leave the same with Ellsworth & Underwood
nt Eugene City, Oregon, within one year from the date of
this notice. 1U HAM SMITH,
ELLSWORTH A UNDERWOOD, Administrator.
Alt vs. J),'c. 4th, Uiii. 47 it.
A party will h.) given ut the (JLOIIH HOTEL, on
Ciiuivruas night, De?. :'.th, lsil:.'. An invitation is ex
tended to all.
TICKETS $3 50
T. (I. ll,:xnntci?s,
.1 vmks M',!,i.ininv,
Nkt.sos; Li ritKV,
II. M. Ei.t.sw.inTii,
II. II. MVRTLK,
S. A. Oc.DKV,
ri.OOU MAX Adl'liS
Tdiix Mi-mmi.hs, E. L. WanHKV,
C. C. Ci:om:h, Carlto.v Sovi:iins
J. C. I'.VTTiatso.v.
Choice masie will be discoursed by Messrs. Y. II. IIikki:,
und Wn.t.nM Mooot.
riXW. FOLLOWING DESCKIHEI) personal property
JL belonging to Ihe estate of Hilvard Shaw deceascil, late
i't Lane county Oregon, will be sold nt public auction, at
the residence of Curtis Johnson, on Smith river, Unipcpia
county Oregon, on Monday the 2id (Dec.) hist.
Seven head of cattle. '
One lot of Carpenter's tools,
One boat and sail.
Terms of sale: For all sums Ies than ten dollars, cash
down, for all over ten and under fiftv dollars, sit months
credit, ami all sums over fifty dollars nine months credit
with npnroved security. J. N. GALE,
Aeocuiuer 4tn, lMj-j.
None but the GUOVER A BAKER Family Sewing Ma
chinethe best in use. Twenty different styles for Fami
lies and Manufacturers.
So Kood as OROVER 4 B AKER'S. We now have Family
Sewing Machines making the " Lock" Stitch, as well as
those making the celcgratcd Grover A Baker" Stitch.
Which Stitch is the best? We give our eu-.tomers the
privilege of testing our Machines making cither stitch, and
i-xchaugmg if not at first suited.
New No. 0 Shuttle Machine, for manufacturers, greatly x
rl tha more complicated styles of other makers. 1'KICE
I? BVKt:R'Sue,T",v,e",'ockStit" Fmilr Sewing
f RIt'E t'V nia".r n?w improvements for braiding, etc
Our "(.rover A Baker" Stitch Farnilv Sewiui Machines
possess exclusive advantages over .11 ' other.. Th-r are
iine-piaUed for general Sewing. andforEinbroiderv. Braid
ing, etc., bv no compeer.
Buy Xone but (he Grover & Uaker,
cither fir Kannlr L'for M.imifrtcturintr. If vow prfrrtle
' ijck rviicti or " itiovr lUker titch, jtlmn i
wrricpahle or oleznnt and rclinblf maclnnc U tatc
he auittl an, I an i . f l
... i.tu-i iiia.i riiMn, iiiiin ami
I 1 J I I I . II .
n. t:. HrttnvN, Age.t,
3?9 -Montjtomerf 5trrrt,
4: M JRAVCI-10.
BV VIRTUE OK AX EXECUTION' TO ME DIRECTED,
issued out of the Circuit Court for L'inpq.11.1 county, i
Oregon, 1 have levied upon and will proceed to sell to tlie 1
Inquest bidder, tor cash, on mo
2od day of December, 1S02,
between the hours of to o'clock .v. 11. and i o'clock p. V.
of said day ou the premises ut Uuipnua City, the following
described property io wit; The East fractional half of
Sec. ol and the S. E. tpjarlcrof the S. W. quarter of Sec.
ol iu Township No, at S, ami It. 12 West, and Kiver Lot
No. 4 in Sec. 6 in Towhslup S, U 13 , containing
two hundred and sixty-three and forty-four hundredth
I acres, more or less, together with all the hereditaments !
; thereunto bciougiut;, mat was auuclieu June u n3 oy
I Samuel liieh, ithcu slu-ri!i',i to secure William Tichuur.
1 said property will be uni.l to satisfy an execution issued out
I of said court in favor of Williaiu Tiihnor, and a-ainst
E. 1'., 11111I J. W. Drew, lor the sum eight hundred and
! thirty-ci0'lit dollars sixty five ctuta with interest of two
, per cent per month until paid, together with accruing
I costs. V. M. Johnson,
Dated Nov. 'JO, iv Sheritf Umpqua Co.
! Notice to Absent Defendants.
( In (Vmmvry, Scijic Pfifonnanci'.
IX the Circuit Court, of the Statu of Oregon, for Lanu
To Joseph I., rimmlev, Hiram Smith, Joseph Tailing,
Henry Failing, John' A. llatt, Henry W. Corbctt, J. II.
Knap'p, Adam Johnson, M. S. Dunnell. A. W. Canlield,
1. W. J. I'lerson, Samuel M. Smith, Thomas A. Davis,
T. A. Savior, D. W. lturnside, 11. C. Kipley, Sam. A.
Wood, Elias A. Jones, Thomas Tobin, JL E. Tobin, I..
It. Kobinson mid liixey V. Stevens, Adiu'rz., etc., Ik-f'-it'l'titt
Y'OU aro hereby notified that unless you appear in the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County
of Lane, ou the third Mondav of April next tlsii.".), and
I answer the complaint of Stanley A. Caldwell, 1'laiutilf,
i which has been liled wiih the Clerk of said Court, ami
I prays that the said defendant, Joseph I., lfrumlev, be nd
I judged and decreed to perform a contract entered into with
; the said Plaintiff, oil or about the 1st day of November
I IsoT, in relation to a sale by the said Joseph L. liruinU y to
the said complainant, of tin following described premises
I situate in the Town of Eugene City, County of Eane and
i State of Oregon, to wit : The north half and ami the west
1 half of the south half of Lot Xo. unci 1 in Mock Xo. lii-
teen (lo), bounded north by Ninth street, east by illam
elto street and be east bait' of south half of same Lot,
south by Lot Xo. four (4i and east halt of south half of
same l.ot, and west by alley, being three-fourths of said
Lot. Now, unless you appear in tiie said Circuit Court on
tiie said third Monday in April next lsH:)i and answer the
prayer of the cotnpla'inant, the same .will betoken as con
fessed, and the relief prayed for will be granted bv the
Court. ' II. SMALL, Clerk.
Dated Eugene Citv, Ogn., I Kelsey, Mitchell A Small
November il, A. D. leW. f Solicitor for Compl't.
BLANK DEEDS AND MOHTGAGES,
FOIl SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
BY VIRTEE OF AX EXECUTION ISSUED FROM
the Circuit Court for the county of Lane and State of
Oregon, and to me directed and delivered, 111 favor of
John Mulhollaii and against tho property of Thomas
Olai k, I have levied upon and will proceed to sell, to satis
fy the same, at the time and place hereinafter described,
all of said Clark's right, title and interest in and to a cer
tain surveyed Donation Land Claim, situatid in T. 17 S.,
It. 1 W. Claim No. as, Notification No. 7,11-1, partly em
braced in Sec. 8, containing acres more or less. The
same being the Donation Claim of said Clark and wife, and
lying in Camp Creek Valley, Lane county, Oregon.
" Sale to take placa on the premises, Monday, December
2!, lati.', between the hours of 11a. m. and 8 i m. of said
day. T. J. Hit AT TAIN,
iiugene City, Nov. '2-i, lsi"2. 4 it Sheriff Lane comity.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED OUT OF
tho Circuit Court, for the Siate of Oregon and county
of Lane, and to 111a directed und delivered, I have this
day levied upon and will proceed to sell to the highest bid
der, for cash, on Saturday, the
2t!i day i.t December, 1SG2,
between the hours of 11 A. M. and 4 v. M.,at the Court House,
tho following described real estate, situated in Lane county
Oregon, to wit j North East quarter of Sec. 1"), Township
17 S., It. 3 W. Also the North West quarter of Sec. 14,
Township 17 S., Ii: -'1 W., containing three hundred and
twenty acres more or less, taken as the property of Win.
Said property (or so much as may be required) will be
sold to satisfy an execution, issued out ol said Court in
favor of C. 1'. Wilson, and against Win. Pollard, and costs
of sale. T. J. HilATTAIX,
Eugene City, Nov. 21 13-1-. 4G-4t Sheriff' Lane county.
BY VIRTUE OF AX EXECUTION TO ME DIRECTED,
issued out of the Circuit Court for Douglas County,
Oregon, 1 have levi 'd upon and will proceed to sell to the
higlieat bidder, for cash, on the
2Tili clay nt' December, 1802,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock P. M.,
on Cue premises, ail the right, title and interest of . C.
Junkiil, in and to the following described premises, situ
ated in Douglas county, Oregon, to w it ; All the donation
Land Claim of A. C. junkiii and his wife, being claim No.
V2, beginning at a point 5'.'. 17 c'is. west of the quartorscctiun
post, on the west l:ue of .eetion 00, Township -jr S., It. h
V., thence N. 4 chs., thence W. in chs., thence N. C7.W
chs.. thence E. 4r."o chs., t'leace S. 71. '.it chs., thence W.
3")..Vie!n. to place of beginning, containing .J.l'i acres,
with all the appurtenances thereunto belom-ing.
S aid property is sold to satisfy an execution issued out
of said Court in favorof A. C. MeGee, and against A. C.
Junkiii, for the sum of Jfs:j'j 70, judgment and costs and
accruing costs. L. HOWE,
Nov. i-', ls'll'. 4'i -It Sheriff Douglas county.
VLL PERSON'S 11AVIX.1 CLAIMS AGAINST TIIE
Estate, of Hilyard Shaw, deceased, are hereby re
quired to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers,
within one year from the date of this notice to James N.
Gale, Administrator 1 with the Will annexed) of .aid Es
tate, at his residence in Eugene City, Lane county, Oregon,
wr they will be forever debarred. .1. N. GALE,
Dated Nov. 0, 4;l-''t Administrator.
1. a. rxiiKRwooi).
ELLSWORTH & UNDERWOOD,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
OFFICE OPPOSITE GI.I'DE HOTEL, EUGENE CITV, OO.V.
II. C. SHALL,
A TTORXEY AT LAW, -rill practice in nil the Courts
xV. of this State. Particular attention given to Convey
ancing, Collection of Debts, etc. Office iu the Court House,
Eugene City, Oregon. l'-l-tim
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Will faithfully atteud to all business entrusted to his
) nnrt Iil'SIIt;,'' 'F OATS, for which I will pay
UoU 25 cents cash per bushel. Oats to be deliv
ered in Eugene City. IIENJAMIN DESPAIN. 3- tf.
Valuable Property For Sale.
V SIX-ACRE ISI.OCK OF LAM) JOINING THE
Town Plat of hugene City. This laml is inclosed
with a pood plank fence ; has an Orchard of iioo trees,
embracing a variety of dilterent kinds of choice fruit, in
bearing condition ; a neat and well finished Dwelling
House, tastefully surrounded with Ornamental Trees. The
situation is beautiful, and would furnish a pleasant and
convenient Residence for any person wishing to locate here
for the purpose of engaging in professional or mercanti Ie
Also, a Tract of 31 acres and one of 20 acres, joining
each other, and joining the Town on the east side, will be
old togetur or s.'par.itly, or in bits to suit purchasers.
This land is nnder cultivation, is high and rolling, sloping
towards Town, and would furnish bvaotiful huiLling lot.
Any or all of the above piop'-rt; can be purchased on lib
eral terms. For particulars apply at this ll.h. e to
II. 11. KINCAIII.
TRACY & CC'S OF.ECCM EXPRESS.
Portlaxd. March 31t. 11.
ryiir. PARTNERSHIP !,morre existing between th
1 St-,,, ,, ,1 nil, 4i;9oivrq ov muTnsi rooert.
K. W. TR'Y I
K NORTON, I
11 '( I. I. Jiir.tj.
S. X. Ltl'kKV.
UKXIir 1' ARSON.
LUCKEY & PARSONS,
HAVE purchased the above market where 'hey nre
ready to furnish the trade with tho be.t of' beet,
mutton, pork, salt tish, atid every thing in their liue that
the country will nll'ord. We will take in exchange all
kinds of marketable produce. Our motto is
SMALL PROFIT AXD HEADY PAY!
Wo will delivei Ocefbv the quarter as (heap as it can
be alforded by farmers. Thankful for past lavors, we hope
by strict and careful attention to business to merit the pub
lic patrotiaire iu Inture. vt -tf
hugenc City, Sept., .1, IVB'J.
(si.ccessou to r. w. Johnson rust orrux lulling,,)
BOOKS and STATIONERY,
Keeping constantly on baud ail llie
in use in Oregon, and nil immense variety of standard
Paper ol all kinds -Cap, Legal, Letter, XoU, Printing, t'tc;
Envelops, Pens, Pencils, Blank Hooks every
variety. Slates of all qualities and sizes, -all
tllst quality mid cheap.
Eighth Street, Eugene City, Oregon.
rpilKUXDKUSIGNEI), having fitted up and reopened
JL the hirire and comtnndiniis Livery Stable, tormeiiy kept
by ('huso Si Co.. would respectfully solieit the pntruutie
of their friemls, nnd of thu tnivelinir public ijenendly.
H'e will keep constantly mi band horses und buyieii to
let ut reasonable rates. Horses intrusted to ou reure will
be well fed and carefully attended to by experienced hosd
lers. Teaming of every kind promptly attended to.
8-2-Gm D. C FKLCII & M. SMITH.
SAVE YOUR EQCS.
A NEW AND TSKFUr, IWEXTrON whereby ca can
f be iuesered perfectly fresh nlinost indefinitely, with
out the eneumbrauec of Lime, Salt, or nny other ordinary
preservatives. There is no more necessity of farmers sel
ling their eirys at from live to sften cents per dozen, when
they can, ut u trilling cost, save them till they command
a good price. For fui ther particulars, enclose red atniup
to L. Ii. S1LVKU, Salem, O.
Saddlery ! Saddlery ! !
f--v A LAI1GK LOT OV KVF.UV ItLSCKlI'- r-JTs,
i$&&t'Mn of SnddlOK. JtriUle Ilar-C
tip MCSSf I'ack-saddlcs, elc., etc., utVi
SAM. COX'S Old Stand,
Where we will boon hand (I aiut Roing to Salmon; to
make any kind of work, iu our line, to order.
None but the Vtcnt JUntorial used.
DRY GOODS, CLOriflXG, SALEM
CLOTH, LOOTS AND SHOES,
II A R WA RE A ND C UT
PA TEXT MED
OATS, BUTTER, EGGS, AXD
ALL OTHER KIXDS OF SALE
ABLE PRODUCE TAKEN AT LIBERAL
PRICES IX EXCIIAXGE FOR GOODS,
ConxEit Oak axd Ninth STni:i :ts in front or Coi rt IIoi sk.
Ihigenc City, Oregon, Augi a', 1st, lt.i!2. l-tf
LGOX HERE ! !
rpiIE UNDEflSIONDI), IIAVINO I'LMtCII ASKD AND
X re-opened tho lilaeksmitU Shop on Ninth street, is
prepared to do all kinds of work in his line, ucl as
MAKING ami REPAIRING
Jobbing of all kinds executed on short notice, and in the
latest and best style,
a t ra n:.i to snr tukiimid time.
GIVE ME A CALL.
I also hare about ten thousand pounds of assorted iron,
which I will sell for cash.
J. C. LL'CKEY.
Eujne City, August 1st,
WM. FAULKNER & SON, Agents,
No. 526 Sansome Street,
San. Francisco, Cal.
Every article nece'sary for a complete News, or Job
Printing Olfiee, furnished at the lowest prices.
Also, Agents for Taylor's, Gordon's, Uegcner'a, New-42-Iy
bury'a and Hawkes' Tresses.
To All Whom It May Concern.
rpiIKRE are many obligations in mr hand for School
J. money loaned, with back interest due.
Parties are requested to come forward immediately, and
pay the interest on suh obltitioos, in accordance with a
law which retpTires the interest to be p ud semi-annually
in advance. A. S. MeCM'KK,
Treasurer's Office I Treasurer of Lane countv.
Sept. I.",, (
Important to Deb tori.
H AVISO KFNTF.D OCT MV SHOP AXI) RETIRED
frritn the black smithing business, it becomca nec
earv to settle up all accounts ; therefore, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to me, will confer a fat or an
are themselves trontde by tomirit forward at onee and
malting a settlement of the V. MKTIV
Eoge Ct", '.:. if, 1 :. 41 'f
S. IIcC 1
j II J .' J" J1.1!. -1-1 J.
Tho following letter, which ciupliulti-n.il
speaks for itself, was written by tho Dean of tho Faculty
of the Philadelphia College of Medicine to tho editors of
the Pacilic Mciiic il and Surgical Journal, San Francisco '
for publication :
rniLADELrnn, January 17tb, i'2.
To the Editors of the Pacitic Medical Journal -Gentlemen
: My allcutiou has been called to uu article iu tbi
December number of your journal, in regard to the ad
eundeui degreo granted by the Philadelphia College of
Medicine to Dr. L. J. Czapkay, When tho application for
the degree was made to the Faculty, ii w as accompanied by
allidat its ami testimonials to the cllect that Dr. Czapkav,
was a regular graduate M. D. of the l. niveisiiy of Pestli,
had sencd as a surgeon iu tho Hungarian army, and was
a regular practitioner of medicine. On the strength of
these the degree was granted. The ad euiidem degree,
as its name implies, is conferred 011 graduates only, and
gives us uew privileges. Had there been the slightest
suspicion ot irregularity, the application would have been
refused. Ity inserting this in your journal you will do an
act of justice to the cullege, and confer a faoron,
Yours, very respectfully, II. It AND,
Dean of the Faculty of the Phila. College of Medieiuc.
Il!. I.. J. CZAPICAY'S I'nvate Medical and Surgical I11
siitute is on Sacrauienlo street, below Montgomery, opio-
site the 1'acitic .M.:il Steamship Company's olliee. Sun
Kraneisco. The ltoitor otl'ers fi-ee coiisultatloiis and a.iks
no remuneration unless he ctl'ects a cure. Olliee hours
Iroiii V a. M. to r. v.
Clkiu icvre. I, the uiidersiysntd.Clovernorof Hungary,
do testify herebv, that lr. 1,. J. Czai)ka has served during j
thecoutcst for lluuarian, liberty, as Chief Surtxou. iu the i
lluiiariaiiarmy, with faithful perseverance. Whereof I!
have jiiveu htm this certilieate, and recommend him tu tha
sympathy, attention and protection of all those ho are j
capable id' appreciating patriotic self-saerilice, and Ullde '
si.-rvcd misfortune. - !
KOSSI'TH I.AJOS, Covcrnor of llmiijary. i
Wasiiini;tou City, January oth, ;
Persons not wishinjt to lose time in eorre-;poiiden."e .
please enelosf l'j in their letter, aud tliy will jtl n:r
inediate attention to their eaes. ,
A Idre-s I.. J.CZU'KAY. M. P.. 1
San Francisco, C.il.
Japanese Salve. This article is proved to be tho bel !
for the cure of the various complaints tor which it is rec
ommended, that is known. It can be used with most per
fect safety, and will work like a charm proving tho fact
that one great cood lias resulted by the opening of trade
with the Japanese. See advertisement.
EDWAUl) A. TANNEIl, A. ., (of Jacksonville, III )
MISS MAHY 1IODGDON, (of Ipswich, Mass.)
Tnitiou .", 0, 7 and 8 dollars per quarter of 11 weeks.
KEY. SIDNEY II. MAI1SH, A. M.,
PnKstDKNT, and Actin Professor of Languages.
UEY. HORACE I.Y.MAN, A. M.,
Pnot'Essott of Mathematics.
F.DWAIU) A. TAN N' Ell, A. M.,
PitoFEsstiit rc.' of Ancient Languages.
These two Institutions are ut Forest I! rove, Washiugtou
Arrangements arc being inado by which students can
board in a club at about the cost of provisions. Hoard in
families is now ifl 75 per week.
Iy 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 healthfulncss, aud is in the midst of a moral com
munity. The Library contains 2,500 choice books. Collections in
Natural History are being made. Feb. 15, lOJ.
HUMIST01T, WILSON &Co.,
WHOLESALE ULAI.KRS I.V
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Fire Proof Brick Sre, Front St., corner of Oak.
OI'FEU to the trade of Oregon and Washington Tcrri
torv inducements second to no other housa ou this
coant. Our stock consists iu part of
Fine Old Brandy,
UtarJ, Dtijtiy & Co.,
James I Ii'tmrsi-y,
A. Hoiiifdt & Co.,
United Vineyard Proprietors,
I'inelt, Ciistilluii ii Co.,
Union nl tlic proprietors, C. Murquct, A.
And various other brands. Also, very choice
OLD BOURBON WHISKY,
Old TLyo Whisky,
And all other choice brands now iu market.
Pure Holland Gin, St. Croix and Jamaica Bum,
Cordials and Wines of every description.
Also, of our own bottling, whjch wcclaim to be superior
to anvtniiignow in the inuiki't,
OTAi:L DTTl'V & CO. 6i C. MAHQL'E'IT.S
OLD BOL'IMJON WHISKY, of n miperior
qualiiy, aud OLD UYE WHISKY.
Also, a general assort ment of case goods, and evervthintt
else appertaining to the Lienor Trade, which we oiler at
San Francisco prices. C-v" Orders from country mer
chants and dealcis respectfully solicited.
N. II All iKpiors sold by us are guaranteeil to le gen
uine, and as represented, except imported case goods, such
as Schnapps, etc.
Portland, Oregon, July 81, lS'W, SJ-liri
To Ilerchant3 and Shippers.
rOKTAOK AT OKLOON CITY.
rpilF. MERCHANTS AXI) SIIIPPKILS of the Willamette
X Yaller are uetilied that
mriSTOW & FRAZLIt
arc now prepared with plenty of teams and careful drirers
to pas freight over tho Portaie bi twcen Oregon City and
Canemnh as fast as could be expected.
One of lis will be at all times at ear h end of the route lo
attend to the forwarding of the freight, so as to prevent
any unneceisary d.day.
Oregon City, Orciin, January 1, ?,f
KEV. E. P. HENDERSON, A. M.,
(Late President of " Columbia Colic tie"), Prinxipal.
This Institution is situated at the town of Harrisburtr,
in Linn County, Oregon, in a pleasant ai.d healthy local
ity. THE EUILDHIG 13 LARGE AND
The first .Session will bcin on tha
FlItST DAT Of KKPTFUDFR, 18C'2.
The Academic year is divided into two Sessions, of 100
Tuition will be 3, and t'i per Heion ; one-half in
advance, and the other halt at the close of the Term. Stu
dents admitted at any time, and charged from the time of
entrance to the close of Sea-don, unless a special contract
is made ntherwi-e.
I he nnd.tift;ncd takes pleasure in announcing to his
former patrons and friends, tha after an ahsvnee of three
rears he has returned to Oregon, and located permanently
at the above named Institution, aud will be happy to meet
anrofhia former studpnts in thu new and eleunnt Acad
emy ; where everv facility will M allorded lo them that
thev nj"ve4 with liisn in the brightest dnrs of Colombia
Colleae."' t. V. HENDERSON,
,r. Biir lttj ris ! in rritatj f.iirtli, rttr
U 1 . D 12 T . A V AN'S
'1MIK JAIXI2 SALVE IS TUE UKST TRKPABA
X lill h been discovered lor the cuiv of
Yi)Si) n-oin riisu uvh,
Nursing soro tSrcastn.
And iu fact, all kinds of Sores. Try it all everybody.
No family sUoiild be without it, and, although tha in
(jredietits are raro and expensive, only FIFTY CKNT3 i
charijed for a l''.
Fur sail bv all Drujirists.
UEDINUTOO i CO., Wholesale Agents.
SJ''ni San Francisca,
LIVERY & FEED
.S T 15 T,
Ninth Street, Eugene City, Oregon.
HAVING KETl'llNEJ) FUO.M THE MINES AS1
aaain laken possession of the I. L GENE CITY 1.1V
EHY ST.VI1I.H, tho undersigned wishes tQ inform his old
patrons aid the traveliior public that be U prepared to du
evei i luiug 10 uie i.ii. uuu rie uuuucsi vu iu . uivii
reasiinable terms, and iu the mo-it satisfactory manner.
Hiiviuilli id lout; experieiico in tho busiuess ha ttattera
himself that he u ill be able to iva general sutisfactioit.
Hordes and Buggies, Saddle Hones, Carriagus, etc., to let t
Icuniiiiu- done at all times ; horses bought and sold ; and
everything . le vou want done in tov line.
Oct. ',, W-i.' 41 ly HE.JAMIS DESPAIN.-
Herald of Reform.
IIkv. A. 0. Fnm.'sns,
.Mas. M. A, Fuju nus,
Editors and Proprietor.
T li i a is t U till o n f n new in on llily papar
to be commenced on the fir at of January 1S63.
The ATTHNTION of the libtral thinking
and rtudiiif of e v e r y co in in n j t y is sailed
t o t h i s f lie t .
Thu IhtUAt.n of Rkvoiiu will be devoted to the diffusion
of knowledfre; the t levation and relinement of the masses;
the reformation of the erring; the increase of human hap,
piness, and the fearless reprover ofpions.or impious liars,
slanderers, traducers of tlod and abusers of theinsclve
it Ii mankind.
The IIkrald of IUrim will contniu a variety of articles
trotn the pens of our best writurs in defence of unlimited
salvation trum sin, mid the ultiuiuto blusscilnesa pf all
Thu IIeiiai.p of Kt.KOUM will bo innjo vel
come visitor in every fniiiily circle.
The IlKit.M.uof Kit form will bedevilled to the TRUTH,
i n d epe n d e n t ol c rped, or (he opinions of men. Tho
INTl,:I.I.H;i,'.NT of every opinion believer und un
believer are invited to contribute to its columns.
As ed i to r, we have nil eonlideuce in the TKUTII, and
especially the t r u t h of I'niversulism. If our faith in tin
doctrine is ever shaken, it must be by nn appeal tu rvason
and a "common sense" view of tho Uiblo; and not by reck
ess faljrina lions, howling fanaticism and sectarian bigotry,
Every liln'i'ul minded nihil mid woninn in the
country is earnestly solicited to act as Agent,
nnd foi-Hurd us names liy the 20th. of December,
that n may know the size edition to print,
One copy, one year : , : : 1 1 1.
Twenty-live copies, one year : I : J f?0.
For further particulars : Addmts
M AKY A. , or A. 0. EDMUNDS,
4:.-:iii Ki oenk Cur, Oox.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
M STAGE OFFICE AND
Klia'K n i: CM TY, OCilST.
rpilE UNDEUSIUNEI) HAVE TIIE CONTItOI OF TUB
.1 above named Hotel, und arc now prepared to ac
commodate all who pay favor them with their patronage,
in a style not surpassed in the State.
No means shall be spared lo render tho ST. CHARLES
IIOTEI, unrivalled, c ither in style of accommodation or
rates of fare, bv nuv other House in the Stale.
All thevusk isto'tilVE THEM A TRIAI,.
J. C. SHKADEK A A. JOHNSON,
15 tf Proprietor,
V U0I.KSALE AND RETAIL DEAIER IIJ
Mechanic's Tools, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,
Announces to the public and nitrons thnt ho i
still in tho trade nt tho old nnd well known
stand of S. ROSENBLATT ii BROTHER;
and selling goods tit the IiOWCSt Prices, for
CASH AND PRODUCE.
Ilia htotk is entirely new. Purchasers will
find here every nrtielu usually kept in tha stores
of this city new und well aeleeted. Those
w isliing to buy are requested to cull and cxaniins
his stock nnd priees before pnrehttsing elsewhers.
Reinciiilier tho place nnd that tho stock is
WHOLLY NKW, mid will continually be re-
plenished with fresh new good of the LA TEST
STYLES, PATTERNS AND VARIETIES.
1 IMWVH I. J? ( n .
BOOK BINDERS, PAPER RULERS,
ANI P.LANKBOOK MANl'FAf Tt'IlERH,
.rl7 t'laT, and .".14 Commercial street, between Montgomery
and Saiisoine, Snn Krnneie,t.
lilanks. War Bills. Kill Heads, Ilrirf paper, etc., mled U
order, at the shortest iintier. Hlsnk Book ruled, bound
and printed to order, and eld booka rebnnnd. Ordars
from theeountry by Mter or Espresa, promptly attended to.
NOTICE TO DIU OOISTS.
11T"E HAVE OX HANI and are eonstantW reeHin
the finest nnaliitea of BKANKIM AN'! WISES.
nrel f-r the l'P'7 Trade. lorh itnanntaa to
g(i n,..' fllMLMt'N, WIISON Co.