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OREGON CITV, -OREGON,- JAN. S, 175.
Death Anions Strangers.
OXE OP OREGON'S OLDEST PIONEERS
DIES AMOVO STU-VNOEHa -WHIIiR US
HIS WAY TO ENGLAND. - '
About the year 1842 there Jirriveil
onboard an English man-of-war at
Vancouver an English sailor named
Edward Jeffries, aged about 25 years.
After remaining a few days at the
place, was at that remote date noth
ing bat a little trading post, Jeffries
became very favorably impressed
with the country, and when the ves-
sel on which he arrived 'las ready to
sail, he made up his minA to remain.
He stopped for a short time at Van
couver, and then crossing the Co
lumbia, came over to what was
known as the Territory of Oregon.
Passing the spot where the city of
Portland now stands, Jeffries went
up the river as far as French Prairie,
where he settled on a piece of land.
There was quite a colony of Canadi
an-Frencu living in mat -vicinity ai
that time. Jeffries
these people, and beg
noil and raise cattle.
to till the
nfbrwaTiln lift bficamfcTBnamored of
and wedded the daugl Ar of a Cana
dian Frenchman. As rbe fruits of
this union a large family of sons and
laughters several of w horn are now
married was reared Jeffries was a
large, muscular man, endowed with
great physical strength. He was
very courageous, fearing nothing1 in
the form of either man or beast. In
rlvInvs tronlile with the various
triho of Indians which roamed
about through the valley was not in
frequent. In personal encounters
with the Indians Jeffrie? was certain
to come off victorious. His great
strength, powers of eno.urance and
intrepidity, combined to render him
almost invincible to the savages. By
his courage he managed to invest his
name with such a degree of dread
that the Indians learned to fear and
respect him. During th 3 early Indi
an wars which followed-irom 1843 to
1856, he bore a conspicuous part,
and was always regarded as a w ily ,
uncompromising foe of the red man.
When, at length, peace was restored,
Mr. Jeffries turned from the rille to
the no less congenial pursuits of the
plow and sickle, die owned a sec
tion of as fertile land 3 as could be
found in the State, rarol for some
vears ouietlv pursued the avocation
of a farmer. Seyen years- ago he was
overtaken with, sickness, and for a
lone time was almost a helpless in
valid. He became unable to labor
and was at length compelled to part
with his farm by piecemeal to meet
hi3 obligations. Finally he became
reduced to indigent circumstances.
Jeffries came from near Liverpool,
where he had a number ol very
wealthy relatives residing. For the
past ten or fifteen years he had been
receiving letters, at intervals, from
Iris people in England, urging upon
him to come back, Broken down in
health, dispirited, old, and reduced
to straightened circumstances, Jef
fries finally determined to revisit
ince more his ative li.nd before he
Almost 30 years had elapsed since
lie pressed, for the last time, the
soil of England. Yeats ago he left
" it a young man, full of life, hope and
nrnmisfi. he should return to it an
old. crav-haired man. shattered in
health and deplete in purse. Re
eeivincr a lettor from home in the
latter part of October, urging him
by all means to come brick and siend
the coming holidays auong his rela-
lations and the friend of his boy
hood. Jeffries determined to make
a great effort and comply with the
oft-re"peatcdremtC5t. Ho had but
iust $110 dollars, which sum was all
mat no coum raise., v iiu mat.
amount he camo dowii to Portland
about the 1st of NAember. Ho
called on Mr. A. S. Is, the Agent
for the State Line, ifJl desired to
purchase a through tiVtet to Liver
pool. The old man had sadly neg
lected his education iu early life, for
ho could neither read, write nor
count. Learning of the old gentle
man's circumstances, Mr. Gross pur
chased a steerage ticket to San Fran
cisco for him. Ho, gave him the
ticket, and also wrote a letter to the
agent of the State Line in that city,
requesting him to purchase for the
bearer an emigrant ticket through to
New York. As he could not connt,
Mr. Gross counted out SCO of the
money which remained, and placed
it in an envelope with instructions to
hand the letter to the agent as that
would be the price of the ticket. He
also wrote letters of introduction to
the agents at Chicago and New York,
which he gave the old gentleman.
Mr. Jeffries arrived safely at San
Francisco, presented his letter to the
agent, who procured him a ticket to
New York for 55. The agent also
procured the old gentleman a quan
tity of provisions, quite sufficient to
last him to New York.
Thus equipped, Jeffries started
eastward and was soon speeding to
ward his destination. But alas for
hunan calculations: man proposes
but God disposes. While on the
way across the continent, Mr. Jef
fries fell sick with typhoid-pneumo-nii,
and after a few days illness
expired at Lincoln, Nebraska, on the
12th of December. An inqmst was
held over the remains, and while
searching among the effects of the
deceased for some clue which would
lead to his identification, tha sheriff
found his ticket, a small sum of
money, and the letters written by
Mr. Gross. By this means the name
was ascertained but nothing further
could be learned of the stranger.
A few days since Mr. Gross re
ceived a letter from the sheriff, ac
quainting him with the death of the
old pioneer, asking him for further
information. Mr. Gross forwarded
at once the letter to a son of deceased
who resides near Hubbard Station.
Had it not been for the letter found
on the person of the deceased, in all
human probability none of his peo
ple, either in this State or England,
would ever have known what became
of him. He confidently hoped to
spend Christmas and New Year's at
home, across the sea, instead of
which he found a grave among stran
gers, in a strange land. The history
of this old pioneer o' Oregon is one
fall of interest, ant circumstances j
connected with his death are no less !
sad. Jle leaves a family ana a largo
circle of friends in Oregon to regret
his death, and across it he sea many
loving hearts which jr years have
not been gladdened 1 his long de
ferred coming, Orefiian.
DESIRES TO INFO KM THE CITIZENS,
of OR'm Citv and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A Kimble Sir rence i Better than a Sloio
I have Just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one of the , , , ,
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF OOODS
ever before offered inthisclty ; andoonsists
In part, as follows :
Boots and Shoes, -Clothing,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Ercry Description,
Taints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Indies and
T'atont Medicines. Goods. Fancy No-
Rope, Faming tlons of Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Taper, etc
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
ever offered in thi3 market, and was seleted.
with especial care tor the Oregon City trade.
All of which 1 now ouer lor sate, at, inc
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy gixnls for
I am Determined lo iscii uicup anu noi uj
allow myself to bo
UNDERSOLD IN THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask is a fair chance and quick pay
ments, believing as I do that
Twenty Years Experience
in Oregon City enables me to know t he re-
ouirements of the trade. Come one and all
and see tor yourselves tnai me oiu sianu 01
cannot be beaten In duality or price. It
would be useless for mo to tell you all the
advantages I can offer you in the sale ot
poods, a, every store that advertises docs
that, and probably you havo been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is
Come, and Srr,and Examine for Yonrsrlvcs
fori do no wish to make any mistakes.
My object is to tell all my old friends now
that I am still alive, and desirous to sell
goods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed upon. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
Main Street, Oregon City,
Igal Tenders and County Scrip taken at
market rates. Til OS. CI I Alt MAN.
8T50,000 lbs wool wanted by
NOW IS THE TIME TO
82 SO PER'YFAT?,'
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Each number contain tho
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
From all Parts of tho World ;
A Carefully Selected Summary of
STATE AND TERRITORIAL
A Corrected List of the Markets In
Portland, Sail Francisco and Orrgon City
LOCAL NEWS, EDITORIALS,
On all Subjects of Interest to the
FARMER, MERCHANT OR 3IECIIAMC
Also, Carefully Selected
In Short, It Is in Every Itesjct a
Til E ENTERPRISE
Having a lar;e and constantly Increasing
Circulation in the most ropulous part of
the Stat, offers suierior Inducements to
those who wish to Advertise.
Advertisements inserted on
The Campaign of 1S74 will soon begin,
and it is therefore a pood time to Subscribe
in order that you may be posted on currant
events Send In your subscription at once
J. P. DA VIES. JOSHUA DA VIES.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
A X D
FIHE-PUOOP STONE BVILDIXG,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.
Liberal Advanrs Xadf o':i foasijninrnts.
July 24, lM74:ly
L Professional S.rvlces rendered prevl.
ous to Julv 1st. 1874. are hereby requested
to call promptly and make payment.
oct.tf 1H- J- w. XORUIS.
A UCTIIOX A XD COMMISSION.
A. B- RICHARDSON,
Vi i e Lieu i e e i
Corrnrr of Front fc Oalt sta., Poi t land
Estate, Groceries, fieneral Mcr
SAI.K DAYS Wednesday and .Saturday
A. 1. K1UUAKIU.,
At Vrivsilc Siilo.
English Refined Bar and Bundle Iron
Knglish Square and Octagon Cast
Steel, Horse Shoes, Hasps,
Saws.Screws, Fry-Pa us,
' - . , Shoet Iron, It. ; .
A large assortment of Groceries and
uors. A. 15.
A net ioneer.
NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
first Street between Alder nnrt Mor
rln Stat., nml Alder Street between
First and Front .Street.
AX INSTITUTION DKSIGXKD TO TUE
pare HOYS, YOUA'tS and MLDDI.k
AH tilt MKA'tor Business Affairs.
AVI I IT K.
For acquiring a I'iru-ficni. IiuH.nf.tit Jirfnca
tioa this institution oflVrs superior advan
tages, tind is acknowledged bv' I'adinj?
Business Men to be the best
on the Pacific Coast, and second to none.
Each Department, is First Class, and is un
der the special charge of kxi-kkiknthii
tkauhkus, and the whole school is under
the immi'diate superintendence of the
resident sud Secretary. The school room
and counting fire united upon a plan that,
secures to thu student all the j ractical ad-
vamaniuyesox each. There is m operation
A hanking norsE
fully illustrating that business. The same
system beitifr observed In each department,
t he st udent buys, sells, ships, barters, con
signs, discounts, insures, draws checks,
notes and uratts, gives leases, deeds, &c,
and goes through the entire routine of
In adding to the completeness of t l.e In
stitution the proprietors have instituted a
SEPARATE DEPARTMENT FOX LADIES.
The entrance to rooms of thin Department
is uion Alder strvt, and access to them
is had only by the teachers and. lady stu
dents. I taro facilities are offered to ladies
for acquiring a Thorough Knowledge of
lHisiness Practice ; of Telegraphy and Pen
DEPARTMENT OF TELEGRAPHY
is in charge of first -class ojierators and
teachers, and supplied with all the appar
atus of a lirst-class otlice.
This Institution as now conducted claims
to have facilities for imparting a thorough
knowledge of tho
Art of Penmanship I
that not one In ton of the Ritstnrss Cor.
T.F.riKS now in existence possesses; the De
partment being under tiie secial superin
tcnd'Miee of one of the leading Penmen of
tho United States.
For full particulars send for National
P.rsiNKss Coi.lkue Jocrxa i. sent to any
part of the countrv free. Address,
UpFHAXCK . U'HITK,
I.ock l'ox lot, Portland, Oregon.
Money! Monev !
A rOXKY TO I.EXI) IX SUMSOI-
Oregon City, March 10, 1.S71.
mal:ttf JOHNSON & McCOWX.
OHAS. EE. o. cririjaLr),
' HEALER IX
CORNER OF SEVENTH AND
lias Just llocoivctl a Nv Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Jools, Drown and IJlcachctl Sheetings,
Houso liinin, Shirtings, TaMe-Iinen, Irish Jlosom Linens,
I.inen Towelling Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and t 'cuts'
J lose. Thread, Cambrics, lUittons, Ribbons, Laces and Insertions,
Embroidery, White floods, "Millinery, Fancy 4Joods, kc
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CKILOEP.N'S SHOES.
iroccries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil) Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys
AVliicIi linve bee selected wltli special enre for tlii mnrKet anil cannot
ltK SI KPASSED IX UCAUTY OR PRICE.
Tim nif;m:sT makxkt piuch paid foij country pijoduch,
March 1:, 1873:1 f
War Claim Agency
No. H Blnotg'ouiery ltlock,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
r II. AIKEN", ATTORXEY-AT-LAW,
V and Commander of the irand
Army of the Republic in California and
Nevada, will gtve prompt attention to the
collection of Additional Travel Pay, now
due California and Nevada Volunteers
discharged inorw t han three hundred miles
from home. Soldiers can depend on fair
dealing. Information given free of charge.
When writing enclose stamp for reply and
state company and regiment and whether
you have a discharge. Congress has ex
tended the time for filing claims for addi
tional Rount.y und'-r Act of July 2S, ISM, to
January 1K75, so all such claims must be
made before that time. Original Houiity
of $ H)0 lias been allowed all volunteers who
enlisted before July !d ISO! for t hree years.
If not paid the same when discharged.
Iand Warrants can te obtaind for services
rendered before 1X55, but not for services in
the late war. Pensions for late war and
war of 1812 obtained and increased when
allowed for less than disability warrants,
but no pens'ons are allowed to Mexican
and Florida war soldiers. Ht.ate of Texas
has granted pensions to surviving veterans
of Texas Revolution. New Orleans and
Mobile Prize Monev Is now due and being
paid. W. H. Aiken also attends totieneral
Iaw and Collection business. 6mo.
a: c. wallincs
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
I'ittockV ltuildiiijr Corner of Stark
and Front Streets.
- - - OREGON.
BUVNK HOOKS RUIJD AND BOUXI)
to any lesired pattern. MhsIc iKKiks,
Magazines, Newspapers, etc., bound in ev
ery variety of style known to the trrade.
Orders from tho country promptly at
IIA V3 ESTABLISH BD
A FACT 08 Y
FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF
ax Morr.nrxG:' op all sizes.
They will also do Turning of every do
scription to order,
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH!
yAll work warranted. Shop on the
River, in Lewis' Shop Opposite Oregon
was first known in America. Its merits are now
Well known throughout the habitable world. It
has the oldest and best record of any Liniment in
the world. From the millions upon millions ol
bottles sold not a single complaint has erer
reached us. As a Healing and Pain-Subduing
Liniment it has no equal. It is alike, beneficial to
MAX AND BEAST.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
S. T -1860-X
ft n purely I'cgefahle Preparation, cotnfosei
cf Calisaya Dark, Roots, Herbs and Fruits,
amttH? which will be foHrtct Sarsafarilian,
Dandeiion, U'ilJ Cherry, Sassafras, Tansy,
Grnitan, Sweet Flag; etc.; also Tamarinds,
Dates, Prunes and Juniper Berries, preserved in
a sufficient quantity (only) of the spirit oSu
gar Cane to keep in any climate. 'l'hry tuva
riably relieve and cure the follotving com
plaints: Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Lirer Com
plaints, Loss of Appetite, Headache, Bilious
Attacks, Fever and Ague, Summer Complaints,
Sour Stomach, Palpitation of the Heart, Gen
eral Debility, etc. They are especially adap
ted as a remedy for tht diseases (o vnci
are subjected, and as a tonic for the Aged,
Feeble and Debilitated, has no eiual. They are
strictly intended as a Temperance Tonic or Bit
ters, to be used as a medicine only, and always
according to directions.
SoLn by Ai l First-class Drcc-cists.
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
IN ST All MS.
T p 1 1 E U X DEUSK S X El PK )PH 1 ET It K
1 the Mvcry Stable on Kit'th street, Oregon
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
Snddle n n d l$ufj;y Horses, .:
HufTK'es, t'urriayes mill IIucKs.
He will also run a hack to and from the
W1LH01T SODA SPRINGS
(luring the summer season, with good
horscs,cometent and gentlemanly drivers.
FAKE AT LIVING BATES.
J. M. FKAZEH, Proprietor.
Oregon City, May 27, 1S7.J.
MAIN STREETS OREGON CITY.
ltablLslied in I860.
33. II UGHES
WOULD ANNOUNCE TO TIIE CITI
7.ens of Oregon 'ity, and vieinitv,
that he has purchased, fitted up and filled
the store . . .
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE,
On Main fijtrect.lx tween Third and Fourth,
My stock consists of
Clothing," ' ' -
Roots a ltd Sliov.,
Patent IIf diclnex,
Perfumery r Il.i.nul (nps,
Plnted-Wure, Ln dies ami Cients'
Fariiishin Goods China Tea Sts,
Table Cntlerj-, Hosiery,-, Crockery,
IVindoiv-Glnga, ' Glass-Ware,
Vnnkee Notions, Hardware,
ROPE, GRAIN SACKS, Arc, cVe.
Having been established since lc.o, 1113
long experience In business enables me to
know what to buy for this market.
MY STOCK OF
Is Large and well Assorted.
There is no house in the City that
Can Undersell Me.
SHAIL MOFITS AND UU'K KETIRXS,
Is my Motto. -
Call nmi Etamlnr my Coodj lwforr
pnn-hanlni,' elsewhere, and I -vlll suit
B. A. HUGHES.
Oregon City, July 17th, 171. -
in iSnrifWL-rl iVtiti fi'JMLXLlf, BmTiiTi ir
l:ati iui i'liousiiiuls proclaim
ixecar Bittees tlie most wonclerfnl
Iuvigoraut that aver snstaiued the sink
No person can take these
Hitters according to directions, and
remain long unwell, provided their
bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair.
Rilious, Remittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in the valleys of onr great
rivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cnmberfaua, Arkansas, Bed, Colorado,
Brazos, Rio Grande. Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Hoanoke, James,
and many othere, with their vast trib
utaries, throughout our entire country
during the Summer and Autumn, and
remarkably so during seasons of un
usual heat and dryness, are invariably
accompanied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful inliueuce upon these various
organs, is essential. There is no
cathartic, (or the purpose equal to
De. J. "NValkeb's Vixeoab BrrrEEs, as
they will speedily remove the lark
colored viscid mutter with which tho
bowels aro loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Tortify tho body against
disease by purifying all its fluids
with the Bittkhs. No epidemic can
take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Headache, Pain iu the Shoulders,
Coughs, Tightness of tho Chest, Diz
ziness, Sour Eructations of the Sto
mach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bili
ous Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart,
Inflammation of the Lungs, PaLu in the
region of tho Kidneys, and a hundred
other painful symptoms, aro the off
springs of Dj'spepsia. One bottle will
prove a better guaranteo of its merits
than a.lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
White Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas.
Swelled .Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous In
flammations, Mercurial affections, Old
Sores, . Eruptions of the SkiD, Sore
Eyes, etc. Iu these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, Dr. Walker's
Vinegab Bitters have nhown their
great curative powers in tho most
obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory or Chron
ic Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious,
Itemittent and Intermittent Fevers,
Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys
and Bladder, these Bitters have no
equal. Such Diseases aro caused by
Median ical Diseases. Per
sons engaged in Paints and Minerals,
such as Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold
beaters, and Miners, as they advanca
in life, are subject to paralysis of the
Bowels. To tjuard against this, tako
Dr. Waiter's Vinegar Bitters.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Bhcum, Blotches, Spots,
Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles,
Kingworms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes,
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration
of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of
the Skin of whatever name or nature,
aro literally dug up and carried out of
the system in a short time by the uso
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
- mirages, no anthelminitics wilT free tho
system from worms like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in
young or old, married or single, at the
dawn of womanhood, or the turn of
life, these Tonic Bitters display so de
cided an influence that improvement
is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Rlood
whenever you find its impurities burst
ing through the skin in Pimples, Erup
tions, or Sores ; cleanse it when you
find it obstructed and sluggish in the
veins ; cleanse it when it is foul ; your
feelings will tell you when. Keep tho
blood pure, and the health of the sys-"
tern will follow.
r. 11. Mcdonald co..
Druggists & Gcu.Agts., Sam Francisco, Califor
nia. cor. of Wbasington & Charlton St.,N.Y.
Sold by all Druggist and Itraler.
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We want a representative in every nelfrh
borhood. Not bin- equals it frr
mule or female, younx or old. I1-"
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ritorv, which is rapidly llllinpr "P
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cent premium, a share, in t he distribution.
and receive also Krek "'"r'SjT.AJS le
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in writing. Address
Waters A Co., Publishers. Chicago, 111.
Fou Salt:.-Wo will sell either a 1-lo-renco
or G rover T.akor Sewing Ma
chine at San Francisco nrices. In order
thPt those who desire a machine, and
are not able to pay the entire amount
may bo accommodated, we will sell
thorn on tho installment plan, payable
so much per month until paid for.
IMPERIAL M ILLS,
Suvier, LaRoctjue & Co.
Keep constantly on hand for sale Flour,
Middlings, Rlan and Chicken Feed. Parties
purchasing feed must furnish the sack.
MBit CIIA ND I SB.
Books and? Stationery.
I will pay tho highest prices for
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE,
I will sell as low as any house in Oregon for
cash on its bquivalbxt
n CJood Merchantable Froduce.
I am sellint: very low for
CASH IIS IIAIlTl.
CASH nil) FOR HllNTY ORDERS
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, Marcli 21. 1STS.
ENTERPRISE BOOK & JOB
OREGON CITY, : OREGON.
11TE ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE
IV nil kinds of
PA MPH I. If 7 fit,
I. A BULK,
I.HTTHI1- II HA TS,
in fact all kinds of work done a In Printing
ALL KINDS OP
constantly on hand, and for sale at an low
a price as can be had in the State.
OreSon City, March 21, 1873-tf.
About 150 pounds of long priqi
cr, of which this is an impres.sion.
Has lioen in use but a short time,
good work. Price 25 cents 7
either tied up or in cases cases
A small font of Nonperiel of which this is an
impression. Price 35 cents V B- As good as new.
There is enough to set about one column of this
paper aolid. Address this office
RADWAY's" 'READY RELIKF
CUKES TIIE WOHST PA1XS
ill From One (o Twenty .Minute?,
NOT ONE HOUR " "
after rending this advertisement ncednnv
one Mitrer with j)ain. ItADWAY'SlKAIY
KEL1KF is a sure cure lor every i-ain. Jt
was the first and is
The Oidj Tain Kciiivd)-
that instantly stops tho mot-t oxcruclatlnjr
pains, allays Intlamation, and cures C011
trontions, whether of the I.ungs, stomach,
Itowels, or othenrlands or organs, by on
application, in from One to Twenty Min
utes, no matter liow violent or escruciat
ing the pain, the Kheuuiatic, lied-ritldeii,
Inlirm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic, or
prostrated with disease may sufTer, .
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
will aiTord instant ease.
Inflaination ol the Kidneys.
, a A' Intlamntion of the r.lndder.
Intlamation of the Iiowels.
, Congestion of the Luwgs.
tore 1 hroat , I )ifticu It I'.reat hing.
. , r. l'alpitation ol the Ilrarf,
Hysterics, Croui, l)yptheria.
, , Catarrh, Influenza
l.niVMU.ir, 1 X IlHCllO. '
t. , ,., a 'efraia,.Rheumatisn
Cld Chills, Ague ( Mm.
The application of the R?alv Rllr tn
the part or l.Jtrts allWted ahen- tha tiilM
or difficulty exists will nfTorl raw aucF
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of
Travelers should nlu-nvs onrrv 11 1 aa af f 1 a .af
Kartwjij 'n Krntly lt-li-f with them. A
few drops in water will prevent sickness or
pains from change of water. It is better
than French Urandy or Bitters as a stim
ulant. FEVER AND AGTK.
Fever and Ague cured for fifty cents.
There is not a remedial agent in the world
that will cure Fever and Atrue. nml all h.
er Malarious, I.illious, Scarlet, Tvphoid,-
el low, and other Fevers (added bv H.M-
WAi'M'll.lN so quick as KA1VAV8
I.KA1) RELIEF. Fifty cents ir bottl
Sold by lniigists.
Strong and ) ure rich Llootl increase of
Flesh and weight clear skin and beauti
ful complexion secured to all.
has made the most, astonishing cures; k
quiek, so rapid are the changes the body
undergoes, under the influence ol this truly
Wonderful Medicine, that evey day an in
crease in flesh and weijrht is seen and felt.
TIIE GBE.IT IlLOOD PVIUFIF.H.
Every drop of the KarKpnrtllinn ItrMiU
! communieates through the P.1mhI,
weat, Frine and other link. s ami juices of
the system the vigor of life, fur 'it repairs
t he wastes of t he body with new and sound
matt-rial. .Scrofula, Syphilis, Consu mix
tion, Glandular tli.sease, I.' leers in. tin;
Throat, Month, Tumor.'., Nodes in the
(ihuids and ot her parts ol the svstt-m. Sore
Eyes, IStrumcuis liiseharv: s from the I-ar.
it ixltbe worst toriosol .Skiiniis.-ii.se?, Kru ra
tions, Kev r SSores, Seald llend, Kins Worm
SSalt 1. heum, p:rysiiK-las. Acne, Black HHt
onus in tlie Kh-sh, Tumors, cancers in
the Womb, and all weakening and ainful
discharges, . lgit, .Sweats, Loss of tSprrm.
and all wastes of the Jiie principle, ar
within the curative range ot this wondr
of Modern Chemistry, and a few das' use
will prove to any rtii usinj; it for either
of these forms oi disease its j-otcnt powr
to-cure t Item.
If tlie patient, daily becomes reduced lr
the wastes and decoinpof.it ion that Js ooii
tinually progr.-ssing. sueeeels in arresting
those wastes, and repairs the same with
new material m:ide irom healthy blood
and this tlie .SarsparilJian will and I.xs
secure. Not only does th .arsparilli.ni
Itesolvent excel all known rem(ii:i
agents in tlie cure of ( hronie. i-kroiulonis,
'oiist it iitional, and ikin diseases ; but it is
the only isitive cure tor
Kidney aistl Rladdcr Com pi a in In.
I'rinary and Womb diseases, tiravel, Iiia
betes, liropsy, Stop ageof Water, Ineoiiti
nenceot I rine, I righfs lisa.se. Albumi
nuria, and in all cases where there or
brick-dust deposits, or tho vatir is thick,
cloudy, mixed with substnncrs like th
white of an egg, or t breads like v bite silk,
or there is a ir.orbid, dark, billions jx-ar-ance,
.-ind wllite lN(lie-4lust eMkits, nnd
when there is a ricking, burning s.-nna-tion
u hen passing water, and pain iu th
small of the back and along the loins.
-Trice, Jl do. 0
lVOKMS.-Tlie only known and Hire
Remedy tor Worm 1 in, Ttij-r, etc.
To mors of I'-i Years' Cnvtli ( Hic.l l.y
H:t(l i ys Itc-oli fist.
Ukveki.y, Mass., Julv IS, isiio.
Hit. IlAPWAY : 1 have had Ovarian Tu
mor in the ovaries :md o-els. All the
Doctors said "there v ns no h-lplorit." 1
triei everything that Mas ntt iiiiiifiiil d ;
but nothing lie. tl me. I siw vour Hesol
vent, and thought I would trv it ; but had
no faith in it, because 1 hati sutlVr. d lr
twelve years. 1 took six bottl. sof tlie Re
solvent, ami one box of l.adwnv's Illls
and two bottles of your IU-adv Ke'lief ; nnd'
tliereis not a sign ot tumor to be seen or
felt, and I feel bctb-r, smarter, and hapi i-r
than I have tor twelve years. Tho vort
tumor was in the lelt side of tlie bowel
over the groin. I write tins to-Au for th
lent fit ol others. You can iiblish it if
jou clioose. HANNAH V. KN APT.
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,
I-orfretly tastel. ss, elegantly coated with
swett gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleans.,
and strengthen. IC:ilw:i 's Tills, for tlie
euro of all disorders of tlie IStomach, I.ivrr,
IViwels, Kidneys, Claddcr, Nervous
cases. Headache, ( onstipat ion, ( osflve
ness, lniigestim, lysesia, r.illiousnesB,
llillious lever, I nfla m mat ion ot the IV.m
els. Tiles, aiul all 1 lerangenients if tlie
Internal Viscera. Warranted to affect a
ixisitlvc cure. Purely Vegetable, ront a in
inff no mercury, minerals, or deleterious
UijsrTe the following svni tonii re
sulting frm Disorders of the Direst iTe
tirgans: Const it ion, Inward Tiles, Kiillnoss
of the Wood in the Head, Aciditv of tU
.Stomach, Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust f
Kkk1, Fullness or Weight in the (Stomach.
SSour Eructations, Sinking or Khitterinjr at
the I it of the Stomach, Sw imming of the
Head, Hurried and difficult breathing.
Fluttering at the Heart, ( hf.klng or Suff
entingSensations when in a I.ving Ionttir.
Dimness of visin. Dots or we'ls Ix-fore th
Sight, Fever, Dull Tain in tho Head, Wfl
ciency of IVrspiration, Yellowness of th
Skin ami Eyes, Tain in the Side. Chest,
Limbs, nnd sudden Flushes of Heat, Turn
ing tn tho Flesh.
A few doses of Rndnav'i PHla will free
the system from all tho alvovo named dis
orders. lYice, 25 cents ier box Sold by
Head "F'nlse and True." .--tend one letter
stamp to Kadway A- ., No. KT Maiden
Imo, New York. Information worth
t housands will be sent you. . i.
July Jl. Ih71 :ly
AGEXTSFOR THE EXTER PRISE. V
Til r fgl Ia.,'l tl Itftrcnnr n a 1 .
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act as agents for the Entf.hprise :
Oeo. P. Rowell A- Co 40 T,irL- t.. -k-
ork. ' , -
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AOiK.it Co., No. 82 and 81 Nassau street.
New i ork. .
l'ort 1 a nd ,( Iregon y.. Sa m n e I
San Francisco........... J j np"
8t. Helens, Columbia countyM...'X A. Milea
wuii.,i.Ja.supTOum) A. Van Dusen
...J. H. Smith
..It. K. Hanna
I-afayette.Yamliiil count v
Iallas, Polk county
.1 a ck son v i I le V."
Tenton eountv "'7
Corvallis... .IIon. John Rurnett
V""i"n v.ny,orant co W. It. I ji swell
Albany N. Arnold
Dalles, W nseo county, N. II. (Jates
Jibrnnde, Union county A. C. Craig
v iiur ujii, i maiiiia county, v. Knox
I J. M. Thompson
I r.. 1a. isrisiow
Hon. I.. F. Ijinn
Hon. E. D. Fondrav
II. C. Huston
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Frank W. Foster
Capt . Z. C. Norton
W. H. Vaughan
Can by ........
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win in a rew moments cure Crart.pn.,
Spasnis, Sur Stomach, Heartburn, ick
Headache, Diarrhea, Dysentery, CoIi,
illd in the Towels. And nil intf-rm.l i.itim .
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DIVERS I Tl OF CXIFORNIA