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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1873)
Arrives from the north daily at 12 m.
Departs both ways at 10:30, a. ni.
Froni Portland via Taylor*» bridge and
Newberg, weekly. Arrives at 6 p. in., Oll
Saturday. Départe at? a. in., on Friday.
Dayton 6 times a w-eekl Arrives at 3 p. in
Departs at 4.
8, tl PA
S ummer L ayering «—To the
amateur who has not the facilities
for propogating plants in any oth
er manner, layering is the simplest
method of multiplying h;s shrubs
and vines. It is not suffic
expiditious for the i nurseryman,
and it is to wasteful of material, as
he could make a dozen plants of
the material required to make one
layer. In private gardens we wish
to increase the stock moderately,
either to obtain a few plants for
our own use, or to present to
friends, and to do this layering
admirably. Even the
nurseryman is obliged to resort to
thia method with plants that can
not be prorogated in any other
way. The operation is of the
simplest. We have only to bend
down a shoot and bury* a portion
in the earth, and in most cases it
will 1« found well rooted by» au
tumn. and it may be severed from
♦he parent plant, and removed at
that time, or be left until the fol
lowing spring. There are a few
points ncccessary to be observed.
The wood of tile shoot should l>e
partially ripened or hardened be
fore it is layered. In most cases
tlie rooting is much facilitated by
cutting a tongue in the portion to
be’ layered. This tongue should
be made upon the upper side of the
stem. Il is simply a cut from be
low upward*, an inch or two long,
and extending about half way
through the stem. In bending the
shoot down, care must be taken
not to break it the cut point. The
Foil should be mellow and rich,
and a little trench being opened,
the shoot, including the cut portion,
laid in it, fastened down with a
hooked peg. The earth is then
replaced and pressed down firmly,
and the upper end of the shoot,
nvhich projects above the ground,
is to be tied up to a stake; this
will give a better shape to the new
plant than il it were allowed to
take a reclined positicn. Want of
success in summer layering is due
to the ground around the layer be
coming to dry to allow the forma
tion of roots. This may be rem
edied br placing a mulch of moss
or other material over the surface.
A flat atone laid upon the soil over
the layer answers an admirable
purpose.— .American Jlgriculiurist.
W heat P tospect in E ngland .
—The Mark Lane Express, May
. Sth, has the following:
In England it is calculatee that
500,000 acres were thrown upon
spring culture, much of which has
. never been sown, while a large
proportion of that planted in au
tumn rotted off through the long
G continuance of wet, leaving the sur
viving plants in a weekly condi-
• tion, while there is but poor out
look far the barley. »Wo have
therefore espfccial need of an equ
able season to sustain the moder
ate promise now on the land, as it
is pre tty • certain we shall have
rnext to nothing to beirin with.
Belgium has followed France in
the advance of prices as well as
Holland and Hungary, and the
»German markets hove tended that
way. Indeed a continental de
mand has sprung up for floating
cargoes, a cargoe of California
wheat being placed for Havre at
59s 9d, with higher rates subse
quently demanded. But since the
openiugof the canals at New York
value of wheat has receded,
though very likely to be partially
recovered on report of the general
advance here. Reports from the
-change ih the weather arc less un
- •'H •
L* Neck or nothing—a ball dress.
Firm supporters of Grant—Lamp
Mrs. Partington thinks that the
grocers ought to hire a music teacher
tv icaich them the scales correctly.
An elderly Danbury gentleman
is shocked at the intelligence that al-
• most every young lady carries a
paper io buck her.
Circular to the Liberal Public
VMTE PROPOSE TO PURCHASE OR
Y w erect in the city of Boston a build
ing to be known as the PAINE MEMORI
AL HALL, as a testimonial to the great
services of THOMAS PAINE in the strug
gle for American Independence, and for
Universal Mental Freedom. Said building
tribe suitable fur stores, business offices,
The Best Cattle Market Reports.
a Hall for Free Dicussion, Lectures Amuse
Yamhill Couoty Directory.
The Best General
ments, and finally, an office for the business
purpose* of the ^Boston Investigator. To
The Best Pa
County Judge I
!.. M. M. Ramsey
this, we need the assistonce and
. . R. H. tauison THE WEEKLY
huh . canlributiODs of all ’tne friends of Payne
add of the Investigator, and believing our
. J. M. Kelty
readers and other Liberals to be of that
Co. Commissioners • i 4,. . •
number on whom we may rely, wc ask their
aid assitance by contributing liberally them
Surveyor............... j •. .4». • •
selves and inducing others to do so. Sub
Assessor....,> ...... «I • • ........I. Davis
scriptions will be acknowledged in the col
School Bup t.
H. H. Hewit
• ♦ • i4 » H • •
umns of the Investigator. We have labor
• • V-Ì • • ♦ 4 • ' Dr. Johnson
ed under many disadvantages’ during our
cctinection with the .Investigator, in provid
. .J. W. Cowls
State Senator ’ Ì * • < J
ing suitable accommodations for our business
aim in securing a Hall for our Paine C’ele-
Rep's. ...P.. r Hr1 . ..
| A. R. Burbank
btfition, and wo appeal now to. a Liberat
public to come forward and help us to se-
I i —
a permane" * place for business and for
“OREGON OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ’
holding our me mgs.
Friends, Brother^ Sisters,, the hour will
come when tee mud cea^e from our labor.
;. L. F. Grovi er
The cause that thte Proprietor and Editor
Secretary of Statfe..
S. F. (Hiedwick 1
of*.the Boston Investigator have expended
. ..L Eloise finer
Treasurer of State-
their live* in, is an earnest voucher that not
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State Printer.. 4....
for sejf alone, but for humanity, they have
State l.ibnuufn:. ..
.S. C. Simpson
wopi away a life-time. And we invite all
te I 1.
E. 8. McComas
oty friends t<» zealous and prompt action, as
L il III
advancing age indicates that time waits for
nope. We all feel solicitous that our works
j IO» IKK'SIOXA!
shill live after we retire: and that our advo
U. 8. Senator
...^Janies K. Kellev
cate of Freedom, out sturdy old Investiga
J- H. Mitchell
tor, may still, for generations to come,
4. 4 .-'.Ü . Jos. (1. Wilson
o^ir rallying cry—“For all Peoples,
. p -I • .
I Ì I
lands, forever Liberty.”
I ■ >1
’ J. P.^M expum ,
U. S. District Judge.. .J ...M. P. Deady
H oback Sfcavtó,
U. 8. Marsh«!. .. 4.. ] .Tho’s (». Young
T. L. S avaoe ,
Clerk U. 8. Court. Up
. . .
« 11 Wilcox
W. H. Odel
CUKES THE Wi
D. 11. Bunt.
Snp't Ind AiTairspp
• (• T. B Odeneal
Ill from one to
^ Oct. 9, i8ra.
U. 8. Assessor ..
• 4 • • .Thoa. Frazer
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U. S. Collector p
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PRIVATE MEDICAL AID
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anali y Paper,
The Beat Agrienltstaal Pkper.
The Best Politicai Paper, i
DR W. K. DOHERTY’S
FOUNDED IN 1853.
No. 519 Sacramento street,
Corner of Leidesdorffst., (afeHtdoore below
What Cheer House). Private
st. San Francisco.
RADWAY’S. E RE.
RAIWA Y'S WËiLŸI
It was the first and is ifet only P»l» R< in-
Oregon City e«iy that iiistonf*-
¿LLtu • tue most escruta
ly “ »tob*
pains, alia; s Infla»
iiifr at itiioni, winl 'odres
La Grande Couge-tionB,
ether, o Lung», Stonuicli,
oi <itlmr glands or
» application in.frbrn
in........ ' j . I
violen] i>£r «
ling Hh ì
Jacksbhville no matter h<<w
t + ... .Corvallis Rheumatic,
• i- •
B. F. Bonham___
Portlund ea-e may suffer.}
W W. Uptpn. .i...
L. 1 McArthur.
Will afford lmifuit Ease’.
J EPICI A I. ElSTTICTS.
Infla mat io
First District : Jackson and Josephine Inflamation of tile Clad<ior.:
Inflama! >n «if the Ijowals.
2d District: "
District: Linn, i Marion, Congestion of the Lungs. '•i * \ -
and Lane. 3d
Bore Tbn>ut, i Difficult Brpthing.
Polk. Tillamook and ‘ Tailjir
Clackamas, Columbia. Multnomah, and Palpitation ( of the Heart
Hysterbn, , Croup^Dib't
Washington, 5th| District; ; (¡rant, I'umtil
I ? ’
Cata&rh, Iuftncn4a.'8 «ft
la, Union and W>aco.
; Too ache
TERMS OF CIBCVI IT CO!
y of Josephine.
Frat District—In the cnnnijr
¡cation of thr
on the fourth Monday in Dctolier; Jni’kaon
second Monday in February, June and No the part or | parfc« wl fere tie pai
ty < xi*ts will afford feasei 4hd e<
-Twenty drop* iu a hal f tumi
Second Distirct—Douglas third Monday
in October, and seconed Monday in May: will in a few minutes cui;
Coos «.fourth Monday in MayJhnd second Stoma-fi. Snasniis Houiti-bimi, Sic //eat
Mond&y in Septeiraber ; Cniry. flrst Monday Ache, DiarriO a. DysetitBr^.j
in June ; Ijtne. third Monday in April, and in the Bowels, and ail intei rnufPain
Tiavelers shonM alwayi t eafry a
and first Monday, ih Neveinl«cr: Benton sec
ond Monday in April, and third Monday in RADWAY’ READY Rtt .IFFwith
A few drops in water mil prevent Auesi
Third District—Linn, fourth Monday in or pain4 from ch.mge
or Bitters as st:mui
March, and second Monday in October: than French brandy
li ir i m i» r ti i , .■
Marion, second Monday in March June and <ant
November; Polk, second Monday in Mav.
and fourth Monday in November? Yamhill,
. . ag< [<?o| .in tbli iroric
second Mondav in April, and fourth Monday There is not a reniediti
_ , «Ytlei
sure Fever and Ague* and all
in October ; Tillamook, second Monday in that'will ente
Malarious, , Biliuui-, Tvphoid.JScar eG , Y ‘ 'low
J «11 v »
(ai<hid ibtf RAD¥j>H*8
Follrth DiAtriet-J-Clackaman, fourth Mon and other Fever»
day in April and September; Mtdtomah, l’ILLS)so quick a« RAI 1WAY’S> WADY
second Monday in February, June and Oc- RELIEF. Fifty cents x
totw; Columbia, second Monday in April: all DrnggDm.
Clatsop, second Monday in August, and
fourth Tuesday in January: ’Washington,
fourth Monday in May, and first Monday in Strong and Puré rich Bljod-rlilrioase oil
and, weight — Clear
t'lcar Skin and*fagliti
Fifth District —Wasco, third Monday in
fuf Complexion secured to ¿11. I jil
June, and second Monday in November; |j™.
I. ì I i
Grant, first Monday in Juiie. and third Mon
day in September : Baker, third Monday in JLFJK. ;
.May and first Monday in October: Union,
in Has made tire most astouiahifeg efin
first Mondav in May, and third M
‘ i April, Quick, so Rapid arc the Changes thfe
October; Umatilla, last Monday in
and fourth Mondav in October .
undergoes under the infincnee 'of tlnfe
wondertul MediOMie, that
W. R. WillisJ Register.^
B. Herman. Receiver.
Owen Wade, Registers....
Henry Warrenj Receiver.
J. H. Stephens. Register,
D. Chaplin, Receiver
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A wnnfn I Either local or
In San Francisco a Chinese mur-
derei who hus given himself up is
nalned Ah Hung. He probably, ah,
- A shrewd confectioner in London
l the best outfit.
' has taught his parrot to say “pretty
1 r< creature” to every lady who enters
Kthe shop. I His business is rapidly in
0UE FIRESIDE FRIEND. Chicago, IU.
Every Dayan Increase in Fle«l
Weight is Seen amt Felt., I
THE GREAT BLOOD Pl 'RITTER.
O D R.
L ± J J
Established expressly to afford the afflicted
,. Sound and scientific Medical treat
ment in the cure of all Pri-
vate and Chronic
Al Wiflililai a liifrl
Vlnei rar Bitters are not a vile Fancy
Drink, n l
2_ of Poor Rum, Whisky, Proof
id Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced,
and swiftened to please the taste, called
“Tonics, ’’“Appetizers,” -‘Restorers,” Ac.,
that leai the tippier on to drunkenness and
true _ Medicine, made from
ruin, bu l are a _____
the nath e roots and. herbs of California,
free from all
1 Alcohbiic Stiimwlants. They arc
Principle a Perfect Renovator and Invigor-
ator ot ti e System, carrying off all poisonous
matter, a ad restoring t|ie blood to a healthy
condition, enriching it; refreshing and in-
vlgoratin r-both mind and body. They are
easy of almttifetration, prompt in their àc-
tion, certain in5 their results, safe and reli
able tn al forms of disease.
Cases of secrcsy and all Sexual Disorders
TO THE AFFLICTED.
No Pt rson can take tlicsc Bit
tern according to directions, and remain
long nnw ell, provided their bones are not
Dy mineral poison orotiier
and the vital organs wasted
wasted] beyond the
point of n-pafr.
Dynpfpniu or IncliKention, Head
ache, Pai n in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tight
ness oi t ie Chest, Doziness, Sour Eructa
tions of the
" Stomach, Bad “
Taste in the
Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, inlflam.ination of tl»e Lungs, Pain in
the regien of the Kidneys, and a hundred
other pa 1 nful
" ' symptoms,
arc the offsprings
of Dvspe isia. In these complaints it has
no equal, and one liottle will prove a better
guarautefe of its merits than a lengthy ad
vert Lseint nt.
For F cintile Complaints, in young
or old, r lurried or single, at the dawn of
wonianhrod, or the turn of life, ttiese Trinfc
Bitters diiplay so decided an influence that
a marked improvement is soon perceptible.
DR. W. K. DOHERTY returns his sin
cere thanks to his numerous patienta for
their patronage and would take this' oppor
tunity to remind them that he continues to'
'consult at his Institute for the cure of chron
ic diseases of the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys,
Digestive and Genite-Urinary Organs, and
all private diseases,1 viz: Syphilis iu all its
forms and Stages, Sepair.al weakness and all
the horrid consequences of self-abuse, Gon
orrhoea, Gleet. Strictures, Noctitrnal and
Diurnal Emissions, Sexual Debility, Diseas
es of the back and loins, Inflammation of the
Bladder and Kidneys, etc.; and he hopes <
that his long experience and successfuF
practice will continue to jnfture him a f^are
of public patronage. Bv the practice of
many years in Europe and the United States
he is enabled to apply thç. most efficient
and successful remedies against diseases of
all kinds. He cures witho ut mercury, char
ges moderate, treats his patienta in a correct
and honorable way, and lias references of
unquestionable veracity from men of knolvu
respectability and high standing iu society. ‘
All parties consulting him by letter or oth
erwise, will receive the be«t and gentlest
treatment and implicit secrecy.
3Vfore 13 urable
A I J I U //I I
' 4 . il :
When a female is enervated or afflicted
to Lake’s Emigrant Stove and Tin Store, 1< For
lieu■■ attain and Gout, Dyspepsia, or
with disease, as weakness of the back and
138 Front street, 'Portland, and see
Indigestion, Bilious, Remittent and Inter
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of s>ghtr
tlielslovcs manufactured at the
mittent fjevers. Diseases of the Blood, Liver,
lo-s oi muscular power, palpitation of the
Kidneys jnd Bladder, these Bitters have
irritability, nervousness, éxtteme uri
liven moit successful. Such .Diseases are
nary difficulties, derangement of digestive .
caused by ¡Vitiated Blood, which is generally
functions, general debility, vaginitis, all dis
prodneed by derangement of 4he Digestive
Tb£y can be had at no other filace, as
eases of the womb, hysteria,sterility and all
For S ; tin DiMcabca, Eruptions, Tet-
other diseases peculiar to female-*, she she'd
ter, Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
go or write at once to the celebrated female
Pustules, , Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-worms,
doctor, W. K, DOHERTY, at his medicat
Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, L Erysipelas, Itch,
Institute, and consult him about l:er troub
Scurfs. Discolorations of the Skin; Humors
les and disease. The doctor is effecting
Is |be sole Agent for Ll the Stoves
fcses of the Skin, oCwhatever
manu- or naturè, are literally dug up and carried » i more cures than any other physician iu the
State ot California. Let no’false delicacy
out of thq system in a Bhort time by the use
of these Bitters, one bottle in ___
prevent you, but apply immediately and
You can now buy a Stove of thicker plate, will convince the most incredulous of their
saveyourself from painful suffering and pre
curative < qfects.
pnd sf any plate fails it can be replac
mature death. All married ladies whore
•e the Vitiated Blood wlien-
ed at a f-mall exptinre. Wc have the
delicate h'eabh or other circumstances pre*-
vent an increase in their fimiilies, should
Driving- Flue an* Elevated Oven the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores ;
write or call at 1-R. W. K. DOHERTY’S
cleanse H when you and It obstructed and
Medical Institute, and they will receivo eve
sluggish n the veins ; cleanse it when it is
J COOK STOVES,
foul; you tr feelings will tell you when,
ry possible relief and help.
Keep the blood pure, and the health of the
sy stem wl ill follow.
AND DlFFERF-bT KINDS OF
I ■ : i Í
Tape and other Worm»,
in any part of the State
lurking i 1 the system fef so mauy thousands,
!< owever distant, who may desk'* the onin-
are effe 'tualiy destroyed and removed.
■ - - physiologist
:::i and advice of DR. ’'.DOHERTY,
: There is
K • 1 | j • ,i
scarcely An individual on the face of the
in their respective cares, and whothitjk pio-
AIT manufactured in this city.
earth whose l>ody is exempt from the pres
per to submits wiiim statenfrnt of such,
The other dealers will *lell you they don’t ence of v r orins. It is not upon the healthy
ih preference to holding a personal in'er-
of the - body
keep them. The reason is. they (
vit w, aie re pectfnlly assured thattaei Cvuv
can’t buy them.
mnnications will be held tro t saend.
tliat breefl these living monsters of disease.
The Doctor is a regular graduate and may
Please remember that 1 also have a
be consulted with every confidante.
autlielmih|tics, will free the system from
ill the case be’ fuly
worms li te these Bitters.
M<>cl*unical Diseases.— Persons en
Jly described^, personal comrnicfttion will
gaged lit-Paints and Minerals, such as
lie unnecessary, as ii siructions lor diet, reg*
Plumbeni, Typesetters, Gold-beaters and
irren add the general treatment of the cj ? o
Miners, $sthey advance in life, are subject
itself (including the remedies), will t»e for
, ~ L!
to paralysis of the Bawcls. ]’o guard against
. Ddp’t forget to look at the .
warded without delay, and in : uch a man-,
this, takd a dose or walker ' s V iseoak B it
ner as to convey no idea of the purport c*f
PATENT WINDOW BLITD,
the letter or parcel so transmitted.
■Bilious , Itemi ttent and Inter-
Should your condition, require immediate
■Millen tlF< evers, which are so prevalent
Whjch is made of Spruce Wood, and is al
in the valleys or our great rivers'through-
attention send ten dollars, coin, or its value
i Lighter, Cheaper; More Cleanly,
out the liultcd States, especially those of the
in currency, by mail or Wells, Fargo&: Co s
Mississip pi Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, 3’ennes-
Express, and a package of medicines will
see. Com »Orland, Arkansas, Bed, Colorado,
sent to yonr address with the necessary
Bi-azos, Rio Grande, Pear), Alabaiiw, Mobile.
instructions for use.
. and many
An4 is the handsomest Window Blind in use. others, with their vast tributaries, through
ty Consultation—by letter or otherwise
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed or no
out our e Jtire
• - country
’ „ the
gives the best satisfaction to all wlro >£y
and Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
id 1 only ask you to enquire of any
. o one
of Uuusual heat an4 dryness, arc in
has iisel them,
__ that the sons
variably accompanied by extensive de-
den Blind is the vepy
,, ~ best that \ you can
J rangemeàta or the stomach and liver, and
pnrtant pamphlet, embodying his own views
other abloininal viscera. lu
" their treat-
and experiences in relation to lnpotencc or
:.r.-nt, » Jt urgativc,
exerting a . powerful iu-
Verility; being a short treaties on Sperma
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torrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Nervoup and«
tially neefessary. Tlicrc
ts Jio cathartic for
physical Debility consequent on this dis
the purpdse equal to Dn. J. W alker ’ s V ine
Improve Your Poultry! I gar Brill ers \ , as they will speedily
ease and other affect’ons of the Sexual or
gans. I his little work contains information
the dark-bolojed viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, ut the same time
of the utmost value to all, whether married"
sUmulatihg the secretions of the liver, and
or single, and will be sent FREE on receipt
It Copls no
o! Six cents in postage stamps for return
the digestive organs.
. Scrofiiln, or King’ r s Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas,
Sau Francisco, CaL.
Goitre, Scrofulous Iuilammations,
inflammations, Mercurial Affections,
Affections. - . did
iptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes,
etc» etc» * In *' these,
*” — as
in all other constitu-
’ s V in « gaj 4 B it
ters liavte shown their great curative pow
ers in th » most obstinate and intractable
Every drop of the SARSAPAIilLLidNi RE-!
SOLVENT communicates through the Blood
Sweat, Urine and other
the system the vigor 0:
the wastes of the body
in h ten<11. Scrofula, Syp
t leers m meturoatj aouui
in the Glands and ( Other
arts of the
system, Sore-eyes, Strinuou-
•ischarges from the : Ears,
thq ’ worst
forms of -----
skin _ diseases.
Sorels. Scald IFeafl, Sing .v»rm. Salt rketfm,
Erysipelas, Acne, Block SpoD, Wo|ms ir 1
the Flesh, Tumors, Cancers i4
14 the M
i, Oakland,-Cal. >
and all weakeni
wcokeni; g and painful, disc
Night sweats Loss of Sperm,
’and til the I
wastes of the life principle, a*e
curative range of tide wonder ¿er Ml orn
Chemistry, and a few dots’ uie •will ]
I ' •*
, . person
. , , using
t . - it t for either
forms of dises*'» its potent newer .to cut
thsm* . .
. ■■■HI ‘World,
Not only does the S ab .'UF
JO largest land Best
olvent excel all known
packe in Patemt Boxes and guar
an teed to carry safely any distance.
the cure of Chronic,
tional and Skin di-etuscs;
: THE VARIETIES COMPRISE
positive cure for
and LightBn^hmad, Buff, Black, White
Kidney <fc Bladder Cont’p
Cochins, White. Leghorns,
Urinary, and Womb disc
Houqans, Silver and Golflen Spangled Hnm-
tesj i iifopsy, Stoppage!
S, Gold fand Silver Bpangled Polish,
enfle of Urine, Bright’R
Spaniih, Crevecoeurs. Rouen and
ria, and all cases where’
Ducks, Bronze Turkeys, and Se
deposits, or tlie water thi
bright «nd Game Bantams.
with subMances like the
Berjd stamp for IHnstersted Circular to
threads like white silk, cM]
GEO, B. BAYLEY, importer and breeder
dark, billions appearance/]
ne of Choice Poultry, P. O. Box 65!» San Fran
dust deposits, and when-the
cisco» also, agent for the Poultry World.
btirniuig iedsation when pa;
a monthly illutrated journal, devoted entire-
Kin in the Small of the Bgc
K to poultry; tells how to keep Fowls for
»ins. Price.$100. ! r| j
rofit; a complété repository of information
Worms. —The only known and sure rat
tn the subject Sulmcription
Sutiscription only $1,25 a
edy fur Tape, Pin, etc.'« »1 '
'ear.? Agents wanted in every town in thè
State. Address P. 0 Box 650, 8. F.
»^.Please state in what paper you saw this
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perfectly tasteless, elegantly; coated
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gum. purge, regulate,'nbrify, cleanse
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of all disorders of the Stomach,
Stomach, Liver, Bow-
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gestion. Dyspepsia, Biliousness^
ver, Inflamation of the Bowef
— .re», Piles, and THOMAS RYAN.
all Derangements of ttie Ini denial .Viscera.
Warranted to effect a positive
Vegetable, containing no mercury,
or deleterious drugs.
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tate. HARD/FINISHED thro’-
A few doses of R adw A y ’ s P ills wiR tree
the system from all the above name ’
denL' Pric£, 25 cents per Box. *
DREBD “FALSE AND TRUE.'
Lodging.. ¿. J.
H to $8 00
one letter Stamp to RADW/“
S7 Maiden Lane, New Yor
Free Carriage will be in attendance
worth thousands “■ will
nyey Passengers to Hie
& ■ Surgical
Br. H i alkcr’s California Vine«
gur Bil lem
act on all these cases in a
similar iflanner. By purifying the Blood
they rem<n •ve the cause, and by resolving
away the <
___ of the inflammation (the
tubercular deposits) tfie affected parts re
ceive health, and a permanent cure is
The Aperient and mild Laxative
properties of D r . W alker ’ s V inegar B it -
ters are t tie beet safe-guard In cases of enip-
~ * Their balsamic,
nd soothing properties protect the
humors of the fauces. TI
Their Sedative proD-
ertfes allay pain In the i nervous
stomach and bowels, either from inflamma
tion. wind, colic, crampp, etc.
Direction».— Take of the Bitters on
going to bed at night from a half to one and
iue-glassful. Eat good nourishing
food, such as beef-steak, mutton chop, veni-
son. roast beef,
vckviouivs , and
oUt-door exercise. They are composed of
purely vegetable ingredients, and contain
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Commercial st., SALEH.
Y FRIENDS AND THE GENER-
al Public are invited to call and in
DRINKS and CIGARS.
STAGE LINE t
Druggists A Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal.,
& cor. Washington and Charlton Sts., N.Y. I
BY 7 ALt
eaves at 7 in the morning
Arriving at Salem at 10
Returning, leaves Salem at One o’clock
Arriving kt Dallas at 4. ’ *
Geo. iW Vollum
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