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EUGENE CITY, APRIL 11, 1863.
ANEvrs l uii run state iiefuiilican.
Th. following named gentlemen are authorized to ro
eeiv. aud receipt fur iHoaey on subscription to the Kti-ia-
l,Sn Francisco, California, - - Charles A. Crane.
Oregon Citv, . C. Johnson.
Saleui, Oregon, J. C. Oartwnght.
Kilvenon, W .K. Dunbar.
Albanv, D. W. Wakefield.
Corvallis, A-. Hover.
Eugene City, II- B- kmcaid.
Canvonville, Ad.rew f,ho,ma-
Jacksonville, J B- 1I'V-
Ashland, :.JMV. 'A'
Traveling Agent, ...... M. G. McCarty.
Postmasters are also requested to receive and forward
subscriptions. Muny may be aeut through the mails at our
To the Readers of the Republican
The excessive high price of paper compels us
in justice to ourselves to raise the subscription
price of the Republican to three dollnr. Our
supply of paper being exhausted, and wishing
to make some alterations and improvements in
tho office we shall suspend for two weeks. On
the first of May we shall come out anew, some
what enlarged, presenting a better appearance
than ever before.
In the meantime we urge those in arrears both
on subscription and advertising to pay up, as we
wish to go below in a few days to meet our sup
ply of paper and new office material, and must
have money to meet the expenses. A word to
the wise is sufficient.
The following poem wo publish not so much
for its poetic merit as for its excellent hits at
certain secessionists that don't live far from
The incidents "winch called it out transpired at
mi annual meeting of "Christians" last summer
where the stars and stripes were hoisted, caus
ing cer'tarn part'res who worship a pro slavery
God to take " a orful stampede :"
Come listen mv friend, and allow me to tell.
What happened of lute at the Church Pleasant Hill,
AVhere the christians had met to kneel at the shrine,
To worship their Lord, their King all divine.
Rome wtfa wicked one, took it into his head,
To run up the colors, the blue, white, and red,
Just thinking you know if traitors were there,
U'liat they, like their leader, would run in despair.
Aud sure it wis anny enough for to see.
Each hunting around, for his family,
'Where's Uundv, come Rundy, my wife, 0 my wife!
Come down j-ea'old shaker aud run fordear life.
For above us 'tis floating, above ns 'tis true,
I can't boar the sight, of tho red, white, and blue,"
So gathering Kittie, and Betty, and May,
They were soon out of sight of Uncle Abe's ray.
v fi,A .r ti,n;e'.An.in.. n;i, ra;.ri,t
Ilv the first clump of bushes tbev were hid from our
l ei we are nunc sure, nun. iui un piah; mun,
'i'hey made their way twill and there took their stand
A fleshv old lady, ns we have been told.
Now wishing to act her part rather bold,
just ordered the Hag to be taken away,
)iut the Hoys were stubborn, aud would not obey.
' A fi iewl of Secessia now figured and frowned, down ;
He mi Clerk ol tue Scliool ana wouin pull me tiling
Hut a friend to his country speaks boldly and true,
Kind sir, it would uot prove healthy for you."
Then tossing the jewelry off of liis nose,
lie began to survey down near his own tes :
We suppose he was thinking of what he'd once said.
How U-e Stars and Stripes should wrap him when dead.
lTa indulged in such languase and passed to be seen
line fmitiiof. July, near the City Kugene,
And hoping tome fair ladies smile to win.
We suppose was why, he committed the sin.
Q'liteearlv on Sunduv, 'tis said by t wag,
" The tlesliv old lady bad 'Floyded' the flag,"
Then a smile lighted up tho weak preachers brow,
.And he "thanked" the old lady and gave heracow.
One singular creature with very large feet,
Determined this day no dinner to eat;
Though all had been pressed to partake of some rood,
He appeared still to be in a singular mood,
A ladv whose feelings were kindly indeed,
.Determined .this singular creature to feed ;
And we saw her at last with a piece in her hand
Striking out tor this creature, who had taken bis stand.
Of Dixrtitcs now we hear Utile more
Save "Holly" who still tries to paw and to roar,
And weafaa he's wont I'll shoot 'tis nojoke,
Ifhen we think or a frog that is trying to croak.
"While "Humpv," and Goatv.are laying quite lew,
"Swell I'uasv," and " Bully deelare thev will go,
To the school of a ladv employed on the hill.
Threatening to break it, O yes, that they will.
But Collumbia's daughters are both brave and true,
And School will continue until it is through ;
Though all the "Seceshers" continue to frown,
They'll never be able to break the school down.
And now we hear it whispered though not by a wag,
That the rebels are "Sorry they run from the flag.
Were it to do over "O no they'd not run,
' Twould give Uncle Lige such room.to make fun."
Kow friends iryou'l listen I have one thing more.
Which is quite rich enough to be laid up in store,
Concerning two gents, who were passing along,
-Apparently ignorant or the whole or the throng.
These gents it appears were heard to declare
In serious tone as if in despair.
That ifOMearmleft and forsook his "Hog skin.
They'd have to give up they were buuud to go io-
Now friends you'd perhaps these gents like to know,
The Governor one, the other we know,
A divine 1 believe he once claimed to be.
But what he it now, you can't prove by me.
$ow friend yon will own I have said quite enough;
Altho' ' tis in rhvme, and we own ' tis quite rough,
Excnse ns just now, thongh much there is yet,
Of which we could speak, " You bet," now
Fiji Stock. We call the attention of stock
-raisers to Mr. Coulson's notice of his fine trot
ting stallion "Waterloo." Waterloo was ia
town last Wednesday on his way to Salem. He
is fine looking horse and we think no man will
ever regret the money paid for service from
tim. The horse will stand hi Salem, but Mr.
Coulson will receive mares at his farm in Siuse
.Law Valley, and forward them to Salem and
furnish pasture through the season, free of
Thaxks to Uncle Nathan Coleman fur a bundle
of Eastern pap crs.
I i - -
Riad the notice of Dr. Patterson, in another
column. The Dr. is one of the pioneers of Lane
county, having been here, before Eugene was.
lie is one of our most estimable citizens, and a
man whose judgment is universally respecte 1 and
eagerly sought by nearly all. He is a graduate
of one of the best Medical Colleges in the United
States. And now that Iw has resumed the prac
lice of medicciie in our City, the sick folks can
have a doctor who knows something to prescribe
for them. It is only necessary for the people
to know that he is in the pirtice to insure him
what his superior skill merits an extensive
DR. A. W. PATTERSON,
GRADUATE OF THE PENN6YLVAMA CnLLCQS OF
Having resumed the practice of his profession, will
attend te calls. Ollice at his residence.
Eugene City, Oregon, April, lsijS.
THE HIGH-BRED TROTTING STALLION
By Henry, Out of Imported Nancy, by
THIS horse, bred in 1817, by Mr. Noble of Tittsfield,
Vt., will stand the ensuing season at the stables of
Thatcher A Rickey, in Salem, Marion county, Oregon.
Persons wishing to breed to Waterloo, can leave their
marcs with nie at my residence in Siusc-I.aw valley, Lane
Co., I having made arrangement to send them down and
also to pasture them fr of charge.
ine Season will commence auout tno 12111 01 April, nnu
three months thereafter. Terms $50 'fur the Season, but
any mare proving to not be in foal may be returned the
next season free of charge. ISAAC COULSON.
STRAYED FROM THE SUBSCRIBER I.IVIXC IX
COKVAI.LIS. about the lfith ol December last, one
brinlit sorrel MAKE with star in the forehead, some slight
-coHar and saddle marks, about tifteeu hand high, of gay
appearance, auout six years 01a.
ONE dark bay mare-almoik a brown, (with probably
a few white hairs in the forehead,) near fourteen
or fourteen and a half hands high, rather heavy set,
about six years old, and supposed to be Willi colt. I will
(five twenty dollars to any one who will bring them to
me. J. O. KRIKCUUAUM.
H. CORNELIUS respectfully announce" that his School
will be re-pened on TUESDAY, AIIUIL Till, ls.S.1.
As but few adults perhaps none will attend the school
during the summer months, his utmost attention and
energy will be devoted to the advancement of junior
pupils in such subjects as are adapted to their age and
position in the school.
U. S. TAX NOTICE.
THE UNITED STATES taxes for Linn A Lane counties
having become due and payable, NOTICE ia hereltv
given that the Collector will be in attendance at ALBANY
on FRIDAY and SATURDAY", April .".d and 4th, and
Eugene City on TUESDAY' and WEDNESDAY", April
7th and 8th, 1303, to receive the same and issue licenses.
TAX PAYERS will please notice the following extracts
from the U. S. Fxcise Laws :
" All persons who shall neglect to riar tho duties and
taxes, etc., as aforesaid assessed upon them to the Col
lector within the time specilicd, snail be liable to nay
ten per centum additional upon the amount thereof.
Anilie it further enachd, That if env person or persons,
shall exercise or carry on any trade or business hereinafter
mentioned for the exercising or carrying on of which
trade or business a license is required by this Act, without
taking out such license as in that behalf required, he, she,
or they, shall, for every such otl'ense, respectfully, forfeit
a penalty equal to three times the niiimmt of the duty or
sum of money imposed for such license, one moiety there
of to the use of the United States, and the other moiety
to tho use of the person who, if a collector, shall first dis
cover, and if other than a collector, shall lirst give informa
tion of the fact whereby said forfeiture was incurred.
NT The pfnnltttt prescribed by law will he rigid-
j lv enforced on all who fail to pnv within the
time specilicd in the above notice. L. V. COK,
U. S. Collector for the State of Oiegon.
Vy G. E. Graves, Deputy.
Omen t Coi-lector or Istersai TJevKxrE, 1
Portland, Oregon, March Uth, 1S03. j
PO The Collector would also notifv the citizens
. 5 of Umpqua and Douglas counties, that he
will be at Oakland on the 11th, and nt Roseburg on the
13th and 14th of April, for the purposes above mentioned.
L. Y. COE, Collector.
Notice to Delinquent Tax-payers.
DELINQUENT TAX-PA Y ERS ARE HEREBY NOTI
fied that if they would save costs to themselves they
must pay up, at farthest, by the gnth day of March, inst.,
as I am required by law, to make settlement with the
Hoard of County Commissioners, on the Hrst Momiay in
April next. T. J. HRATTAIN,
March 5th, 1863. 8-tf Sheriff Lane County
ARl THE OXLT triCIFIC KKUEpT fOR
CONSUMPTION. SCROFULA, CHRONIC BRONCHITIS,
ASTHMA, DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS AND GENER
AL DEBILITY", FEMALE COMPLAINTS AND
ALL DISORDERS OF THE BLOOD SYSTEM.
This new and remarkable Chemical Remedy a prepara
tion of oxydizable phosphorus was discovered by the cele
brated Dr. J. F. Churchill, of Paris, It has been used by
over ten thousand physicians, during the last three years
with results unparalleled in the annals of medicine ; crea
tinir an entire revolution in the treatment of Chronic Dis
eases of the Lungs. Stomach, and all morbid conditions of
the Nervous and Hlooa riystems. lontumpiton 1 no ton
frr an inevrahl malaiit, for this Remedy hat nttortd kun
drttlt, in all ttagu of tin ditto.
Have a two-fold and specific action on the one hand in
crcing th principle which CONSTITUTES NERVOUS
ENERGY j and. on the other, beine the MUST POWER
FUL BLOOD GENERATING AGENTS KNOWN. Thry
act with promptness and certainty in all general morbid
conditions, snch as Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma, Scrofula,
Marasmus, Anemia, Female Complaints, etc., and in all dis
orders of the Nervous or Blood Systems, Their ell'ect npon
the tiiburcular condition is immediate all the general
symptoms disappearing with a rapidity which is really
marvelous. They increase the nervous or vital energv. re
lieve Conith, check Ninht Sweat", diminish Expectoration,
Improves the Appetite, arrest Diarrhea, and promote re
freshing sleep. A FAIR TRIAL IS A CERTAIN CURE.
Winchester's Genuine Preparation
OF TnE HYPOPHOSPHITES is the only reliable form of
Dr. Churchill's Remedv and is spproved bv the Medical
Profession eenerallv. USE .NO OTHER, OR ANY REM
EDY CONTAINING IRON.
t-if Circulars containing the only authentic information
in regard to the new treatment, free.
t"" Price i per bottle. Sold Wholesale and Retail at
the California Branch Depot, by t
604 Minion St., two doom west of Second, San Franciace.
-rV RrSttFtJ) OP WHEAT, in evrhsrn.. r ..,11..
I ) harness etc. AT
I SAM COX'S.
IS HEREBY" GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS LIABLE TO
HE TAXED under the United States Kxcise Law, that
the Assessment Roll for District No. 6, consisting of the
counties of Lane and Linn is open for examination at the
residence of SAMUEL 1L CRANSTON 14 miles north of
Eugene City, in the county of Lane, aud trill rernuiH open
for the space of tilteen days from the villi day ttf February
1n;I, for all persons to examine for themselves that their
assessment is correct. All appeals Mills t be made in
writing, to uie, and upou the basis that their property is
not valued iu proportion to other valuations made in the
same disrict. 1 will also be at Eugeue City, Lane co. Ogn.
on the" I'd day of March, lsW, to hear and adjudicate all
comprint. THOMAS FKAXElt,
4-;vr, U. S, Assessor for Oregon.
Notice to Absent Defendants.
In Clmnctrg, Specific I'trvrmamt.
IN the Circuit Court, of the Slate of Oregon, for Lane
To Joseph L. Tirumlev, Hiram Smith, Joseph Failing,
Henry Failing, John A. Halt, Henry Corbett, J. ii.
Kuapp, Adam Johnson, M. S. liuuuell, A. W. Cantield,
J. V. J. Pierson, Samuel M. Smith, Thnmaa A. Davis,
T. A. Savier, 1. V. Bnrnside, II. C. Ripley, Sam. A.
Wood, Llias A. Jones, ThomaTobin, M. E. Tobin, L.
K. Robinson and Hixey V. Stevens, Adm'rx., etc., Vt
roU are hereby notifiedtliat unless you appear in the
X, Circuit Court of the Slate of Oregon for the County
of Lane, on the third Monday of April next ( lsr.rj), and
answer the complaint of Stanley A. Caldwell, Plain tilt',
which has been tiled with the Clerk of said Court, and
prays that the said defendant, Joseph L. llrunilev, be ad
judged and decreed to perforin a contract entered into with
the said Plaintitf, on or about the 1st day of November
ln67, in relation to a sale by the said Josepli I,. Jirumley to
the said eompliiinunt, of the following described premises
situate in the Town of Euireno City, County of Lane and
Slate of Oregon, to wit : The north half and and the west
half of the south half of Lot No. onc( l) in Mock No. tif
teeu (15), bor.ndcd north by Ninth street, east by Willam
ette street and be east half of south half of same Lot,
south by Lot No. four (4) and east hall of south half of
same Lot, aud west by alley, being three-fourths of said
Lot. Now, unless you appear in the said Circuit Court on
the said third Monday in April next (IMS) aud answer the
prayer of the complainant, the same will betcken as con
fessed, and the relief prayed for will be granted br the
Court. 11. SMALL, Clerk.
Dated Eugene Citv, Ogn., ( Kelsey, Mitchell A Small
November 27, A. D. 1862. j Solicitors for Compl't.
To merchants and Shippers.
TORTAGE AT OREGON CITY.
rpHK MERCHANTS AND SHIPPERS of the Willamotte
JL V alley are notihett that
BARSTOW k FRAZER
are now prepared with plenty of teams and careful drivers
to pass freight over the Portage between Oregon City and
Canemah as fust 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 prevent
any unnecessary delay.
Oregon CityOregon, January 1, 16C2, Stf
C. B. SWEET
WAGOXS! WAGOXSI! PLOWS!!
DANFORTH & SWEET
WJ 0U1.D UESrECTFUI.I.Y ANNOUNCE TO THE
VV CITIZENS OF LANE COUNTY, and the travel
ing public generally, that they aro prepared to do all
kinds of work in the
BUSINESS, on the shortest notice, and in the most ap
proved and modern style ;
REPAIRING tli.no with dispatch.
All Hinds 0 marketable produce taken in
exchange for work.
Shop on eighth street, opposite
FEXjCH &. GSa .Livery Stable.
Eickxe CiTr, Jan. 24th, 1SC3. 2 tf.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OEFICE
Sai.em Ou.v. Dec. Sotli
GENERAL ORDER NO. 1.
rp o THE COLNTY JUDGE, LANE COUNTY", you are
I hereby respectfully ordered to cull 111 the arms in your
county, belonging to the State, and hold the same (until
further ordered) ready to deliver to volunteer companies,
under the provisions of the twenty-second section militia
law of this Stutc. By order of the Governor,
Cm s A. Rkfo,
Adjutant General of Oregon.
ALL TERSONS in the County of Lan, having posses
sion of public arms belonging to the State, aro hereby
notified and required pursuant to the alio e order to return
the same with the accoutrements receivnl, to me at my
otKce in the Court House, or to the Comty Clerk at his
othec, without delay. Kugene Citv, Jan. 1st 1864.
I). M. Rid DON, County Judge.
FOR THE REMOVAL AND CCRE OF
All Diseases arising from an Impure
State of the Blood or Habit
of the System.
IX this preparation are strongly concentrated all the
medicinal properties of Sarsaparilla, combined with the
ninstellectual aids, the most salutary productions, the most
potent simples of the vegetable kingdom ; and the combi
nation is such that one modifies and improves the other,
producing a compound differing entirely in its character
and properties fromnny other preparatioa, and unrivalled
in its operation on the system when laboring under disease.
It has been so fully tested, not only by patient themselves,
but also by physicians, that it has receivrd their unquali
fied recommendations and the approbation of the public;
and has established on its own merits a rc-putntion fur val-i-tand
rrricAcr far superior to the various compounds
bearing the Dame or Sarsaparilla.
MOM THE ARilT.
Moxteret, Cat., Jan. 1, l."o.
Messrs. A. B. A D. Sakbs Gentlemen: I beg leave to add
my testimony in favor of your invariable medicine, hoping
it may lead some other unfortunate beings to try its ellects.
and that they may be benefited as I have been. I arrived
here by the overland route, about tie Hist of October last.
A few days after I was attacked will a very disagreeable
eruption of the skin, which my plivsician could not cure.
I happened to find your Sarsaparilla in a store in this place,
and remembering the popularity "I the medicine at home,
I purchasrd three bottles, which had the desired effect el
removing my dilBculty entirely.
With high reg-ar Is. vonrs, etc..
J. II. MILLER, Lieut. C. S. A.
Prepared and sold by A. II. it l. Snnds, Wholesale
Dniiririats, loo Fulton "street, corner of William, New York.
For sale by DtWirr, Kim. a k Co., H. Jnwso k Co.,
and tir.niw.To k Co., San Francisco; Kit a k Corny, Ma
rrsville; R. II. MeDoxAt-n k Co., Sacramento ; Smitu k
Davis, Portland; WM. WALKER Kugene City; and by
Druggists generally. 'iiti-Zm
Notice to Absent Defendant,
rTH) SAMUEL HANNAH: Yon are herebr notified that
X unless von appear in the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the t ounty or l-ane, on the third Mnndav (2th
day 1 of April, 1 "St, and answer the complaint of Henry
Goodmnn, which has been Hied with the Clerk or said
Cnnrt, and pravs tT a judgment airainst you together Willi
Orin Noble and Joseph Meador for;!, HI, beside interest
and costs, the tame will be taken as confessed, and the
praver thereof will he granted hy the Court.
By order of Hon. R. F. Stratton. J'id?e.
FLLSWORTII k UNDERWOOD, nil't. Attrs.
Dtted Dee. 21. .V-im
A. S. IilcC lure,
DRY GO OPS, CLOTIIXG, SALEM
C10TJI, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HAR WARE AND CUT
PA TEXT MED.
OA TS, U UTTER, EGGS, AXD
ALL OTHER K1XDS OF SALE
ABLE PROD UCE TA KEX A T LIBERAL
PRICES IX EXCHAXGE FOR GOODS,
Corner 0 it" axd Ninvh strkkts ix frost or Coi et Hoisa.
Kugeuo City, Oregon, Augur. 1st, 18tii. Sl-tt
LOOK HERE ! !
B L A C K SMITHING.
rpilB UNDERSIGNED, HAVING PURCHASED AND
1 re-opened the Blacksmith Shop on Ninth street, are
prepared to do all kinds of work iu their line, tucU as
WA G OX IR OXIXG,
MAKIXG nd REPAIRIXG
Jobbing of all kinds executed on short notice, and in the
latest and best style,
JLT EATKS TO SUIT THEIUItD TIMES.
GIVE US A CALL.
We also have about ten thousand pounds of assorted
iron, which we will tell for cash.
Eugene City, August 1st, 1S62
J APANESESAL YEll
rpiIE JAJ-KSE SALVE IS THE BEST PRErAItA-
I tion mat k ueen Ulscovered lor the cure or
POISOA from PO.SOX OAK,
Nursing sore Breasts.
And In fact, all kinds of Soros. Try it all everybody,
No family should be without it, and, although the in
gradients are rare and expensive, only FIFTY' CENTS is
charged for a box.
For sail bv all Drutrgists.
UEI)IGTOO & CO., Wholesale Agents,
LIVERY & FEED
S T .A. 33 L E,
Ninth Street, Eugene City, Oregon.
H AVISO RETURNED FUOM THE MIXES AXD
nuin taken onst'Hion of the KUGENE CITV LIV
KKV STABLE, tli underpinned wishc to inform his old
putrons and the traveling public that lie is HTparid to do
everything in the Livery und Sale business on the most
reiaonnble terms, end in the most satisfactory matmer.
Having had long experience in the business he flatters
himself that he will be able to give general natiafuction.
Horses and Uuggies, Saddle llormes, Carriages, etc., to let;
teaming aonc ut all times ; Horses bought ana sola ; nnu
everything else vou want done in mv line.
Oct. 41-ly J(ENVJAMIX DESPAIX.
Cor. Front and Broadway Streets
iSAJS tliAJSUlSLU, UAL.
WM. FAULKNER & SON, Agents,
No. 626 Sansome Street,
San. Francisco, Cat.
Every article necessary for a complete News, or Job
Printing Ollice, furnished at the lowest prices.
Also, AnenU Tor Taylor's, Gordon's, Degeuor's, Kew
42-ly bury't and Hawkes' I'rcssot.
BLANK DEEDS AND MORTGAGES,
FOB SALE AT THIS OFFICK.
Notice to Absent Defendants.
rrM) ZARA COSTOX and F.veline Coston. his wife t Yon
A. are hurehr notified that unless you appear in the
Circuit Court of' the State or Oregon, for the county of
i.hiic, on nie Hiiro Monday in April next A. I). !":) ana
answer uie complaint of 1'aul llilterliranil, plain till, pray
inir for a decree or forclo.urc or Mortgage, Hie same will
be taken for confessed, and the prayer thereof will be
grnmra or ine ;ourt. rt. .-MAI, I.,
fcugene'City, Vkc. 17, 1962. 49-3m Co. Clerk.
Saddlery ! Saddlery ! !
A i,AKir. i,ot tir fc Kit iirjM ry-f
tion or Saddle.. Undies, liar. Jl
ties, PacloMiddlf!, etc., etc., atSt"
SAM. COX'S Old Stand,
Where we will be on hand fl aint going to Salmon; to
mane any ainn 01 wort, in onr line, to onler.
None bat the Best Material used.
A. BtSWELL & Co.,
BOOK BINDERS, PAPER RULERS,
AXD III, ASK BOOK MAXCFACTCRF.RS,
M7 Clay, and SI 4 Commercial street, between Montgomery
and Kansome, Han Franricnt
lllanks. Way Hills, Hill Heads, ririef paper, etc., ruled to
order, at the shortest notice. Illank Hooks ruled, bound
and printed to order, and old bcka rebound. Orders
mm tne country 07 icuer or express, promptly aitenaea io
P 1CTURE S.
'pilE UXIF.R.IOXFt TAKEH THIS MKTHOD OF
A. informing the public that he has retnrned with a
n-w slnek. and i prepnred to take AMHKOTYI'FX.
ME1AIN0TYPES, LEATHER PICTURES,
being a new invention in the art.
Eugene City, Pee. 17. le!2. 4? tf J A. WINTER.
in tj .f ii 1 mi ,i .;"l.,..J"al
J ir iNtse Salvr. This article is proved to be the best
for the cure of the various complaints tor which it it rec
ommended, that is known. It can be used with most per
fect 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.
I. X. I.ICKET.
II EX II T PARlOMt.
LUCKEY & PARSONS,
nAVF. purchased the above market where they are
ready lo furnish the trade with the best or beer,
mutton, pork, sail ti-li, and every thing in their line that
the counlry will allord. We will take in exchange all
kinds or marketable produce. Our motto is
SMALL PROFIT AXD READ' PAY I
AVe will delirei beerbv the quarter as cheap at it eaa
he all'orded by farmer, thankf ul for pant lavors, we hope
by strict and careful attention to business to merit the pub
lic patronaire in future. it-it
Kugene City, fVpt., 5, 1362,
(sicctseoi to p. w. joiijsox post orrict building,)
BOOKS and STATIONERY.
keeping constantly on hand all the
in use iu Oregon, nnd an immense variety of standard
Taper ot all kinds Cap, Legal, Letter, Xote, Printing, .te.
-,iiTi-i,n, j run, 1 rueiin, jtmna BOOKS every
variety. Slates of all qualities and sites,
all Hrst quality aud cheap.
TO THOSE HOLDING COUNTY SCRIP.
Tit EA SI' RE It'S OFFICE I
I.AXK t'di xi v nit .::!,. r
'pilOSE IIOI.m.NO OKDKUS DRAWN OX THK
L Treasurer of said eounv, which were presented, pro
tested and registered before the FIRST DAY OK MARCH,
1m;), are hereby notified that there is mnner in the Treas
ury to pay the same, and the interest will cease from and
after this date. ti-Bm A. S. Mrfl.tJUR.
March "th, 1SC3. Treasurer.
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS.
WE HAVE OX IIAXD and are constants rweivin
the finest nualitiet of li HAM) IKS ANT) Wlv&f
expressly for the Drug Trade, which we guarante. te be
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ELLSWORTH & UNDERWOOD,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
OTHCE OPrOSlTB t!L0DB HOTEL, CtTT, Ottlf .
H. 0. SMALL,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW. will practice in all the CotrrU
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ancing. Collection of Debts, etc. Ollice in the Court House,
Valuable Property For Sale.
ASIX-ACnK BLOCK OF LAND JOIXIXO TUB
Town Hat of Kugene City. This land Is inclosed
with a good plank fence ; has an Orchard of ion trees,
embracing a variety of rlillcrcRt kinds of choice frwt, in
bearing condition ; a neat nnd well linished IhvtlMiia;
House, tastefully surrounded with Ornamental Trees. The
situation is beautiful, nnd would furnish a .pleasant and
convenient Keaideuco for any person wishing lo locate here
for the purpose or cngajfing'in professional Or mercantile
Also, a Tract of 30. acres and one of 20 acYes, Mirinf
each other, and joining tho Town on the east side, Vill be
sold together or Hcparaiely, or in lots to suit purchasers.
This land is under cultivation, is high and rolling, sloping
tuwnrds Town, and would furnish beautiful building lots.
Any or all of the nbove property can be purchased olt lib
crul terms. For particulars apply at this Ollice to
II. It. KIXCAID.
. . w asiiixttox, f). C, July 1, 1S1.
Tho undersigned commenced, in the month of Decern
bcr last, the publication, in this citv, of a weekly newtpa
per, called the Xitt 'umitl Jt'ipuMintn'.
It is printed 011 a large sheet. Twenty-seven bv 'forty-two
inches, and is furnished at the low prices stated below.
It Will Cnnliiin nil Ia n.l.nn.l ..., .... ..r . 1. -k:,.. ,r .
at hrpuhlican, with the exception of local newt not inter-
pMinir to country iili.fiif.n,. Ii ;! ..:- r..n
,. " ' "' Ki'w nui reports 01
the proceedings or Congress, and or the other department
of the national Government. It will contain nil the newt
of the day, foreign and domestic markets, etc., as well
as o-'giual correspondence fi-r.m nil parts of the country.
The miscellaneous department will receive special attention
ami, iu all respects, tV elliirt will bo mnde to establish the
character of the jntu,'l KrpuUintn as a Family Newspa
per. V ashuigton being now the central point of the cur
rent military operations, great attention will be paid to
furnishing the renders of the Sutiinml A'. W.iom with full,
and espceiully with aecuratt, accounts of the progress cf
the war for the Union.
In pol-tict, the paper will be Ropublican, sustaining th
Administration of Mr. Lincoln, but disclaiming, however
any pretention to be the organ of the President. There it
no Kepnhlican paper in the District of Columbia, nrin th
vicinity ot it, and it is believed that recent events have
opened to such a paper an important sphere of useful etl'ort.
The time has come, when the actual administration of th
Government npfln Republican principles will explode th
misrepresentations which have made those principles to
distasteful to the South. Hut it is not only We, and in
this vicinity, that the projectors of the .Xtitimal lirpnhlintn
hope to make it useful. To the whole country they offer a
ournul which will discuss national politics from a national
standpoint, and which will never be swerved from patriot!
duty by any overpowering pressure of local interest.
Term or Subscription.
One copy for one year, ........ j 00
Three copies lor one year, - 600
Five copies for eno year, ......700
Ten cepics ror one year, - - - -12 00
Twenty copies fur one year, 20 00
When aclubnf subscribers has been forwarded, addition
may be made to it on the same terms. It is not necessary
that the subscribers to a club should receive their paper
at the same post ollice. Money may be forwarded by mail,
at our risk. Large accounts can be remitted in drafts on
Boston, New York, Philadelphia or Baltimore) smaller
amounts in gold, or in notes of solvent bank.
The Daily Xat'umnl TirjnihUsan ia published every morn
ing (Sundays excepted at :t Mi per annum, in advance.
Addrest W. J. MLKTAMH it CO.,
Washington, 1). C.
REV. E. P. HENDEU.SON, A. II.,
il-afe President of" Columbia College"), Patseirst.
This Institution it tituated at th. town of ilarrisbara;
in l.inn County, Oregon, in a pleasant and healthy local
THE BUILDING IS LARGE AND
The first Session will begin on th
FlRBT DAT OF SEPTEMBER, 8J3i
Th Academte year it divided into two Session!, of 104
Tuition will be 10 and 13 per Session j one-half In
advance, tnd the other half at the close of th term. Stu
dents admitted at any time, and charged from the time of
entrance to the close of Session, nnlest a special contract
it made otherwise.
The undersigned lake, pleasure in announcing to bit
former patrons and friends, that after an absence of three
year he has returned to Oregon, and located permanently
at the above named Institution, and will be happy to meet
any or hi former studenta in this new endelegnat Acad
emy ; where every facility will be afforded to them that
they enjoyed with bim in the brightest dar of " Columbia
t'"llo." F. P. hF.MiF.RSON.
r. S. Botrding ran be had, in prmi famliea, .r
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