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The Per Cent, of Gain From
Besides mere business activity as a
direct reward of the investment, j
there is a silent growth of confidence j
in such a community. The buzz of
machinery attracts strangers. It sig- i
nines enterprise ana noine resources.
It advertised a community better
than journals can do. The Moline
(111.) R.'vietr began the year with a
record of their city manufactories.
It was a compact, well written ac
count of their plow factories, paper
mills, wagon shops, tub and pail
factories, Marseilles quilt and cotton
factories, iron foundries, kc, &c,
Attractive wood-cuts represented the
productions of their shops. The ef
fort of the journalist was very cred
itable and honorable and worthy of
reward. Doubtless many read the
articles, yet a larger number merely
glance at them as a circular.
But a visit to Moline on any week
day, or a railroad ride through the
town in sight of the open shops, the
busy workmen, the various machin
ery, the car loads of material enter
ing the yards, and the car loads of
agricultural implements and other
goods going out for distribution over
the country, impress the mind more
than any description. The traveler
instantly concludes that such a town
thrives, that money circulates; that
labor is in demand; that business of
various kiinis will be 2rosperous.
Pass through any manufacturing
village on t;io Housatomc, in .Mas
sachusetts, or on the Merrimac, or
on tUo rawtucket, and you will feel
a confidence in those communities
that von canoot in a merejy tradiug
city." While San Francisco did little
muru than receive the gold and sell
the goods an;l furnish hotels for the
public, theroMvas little confidence in
tlie future cif the city. When her
'capitalists bean to invest in home
manufacture J, thoy furnished a solid
ground of nifidence that grows
stronger with every new enterprise.
3 This confidence extends through the
interior towns of California, as they
adopt the same policy.
A manufacturing people, if their
industries areivaried, stand the shock
of panics an A pass safely through
financial .stos that wreck many
mercantile .Werests. Wheels may
stop for a wh looms may lie idle
and shop doc .i be closed, but there
is such faith in the application of
power and sk.'l and labor, to change
raw materials into articles of use and
comfort and luxury, that machinery
will sown bn sft in motion again, ar
tisans lecalleiland toiling hands set
to work. Sul'ly not only meets de
mand, but inl ases it. Markets en
large with pVrluction. Xew goods
create no.yv wants. Inventive genius
not only 2i'Ottuce3 new articles for
the market, bit opens new channels
When Charles Good rear, after long
trial, invented the process of vulcan
izing rubber, he struck a vein of bu
siness richer than any gold placer or
silver ledge. jW hen a carpet-weaver
in Lowell sitiplifie
pnnlueing vasAil p
hau tl-work to ylf-a.
ho revolntiouNil tl
in Lowell simplified the method of
atterns from slow
the business, made
the competitio.i with the factories of
England profitable, and at length
transferred our wholesale purchases
of ingrain, carpets from the looms of
Old to those of New England. Such
facts inspire faith in a people and a
manufacturing place that becomes
Finally its best capital. Once estab
lished it goes iuto the money marts
as the best security. When John
Pease moved from Vermont to Illi
nois, a simplo blacksmith, able to
make a plow, )-e attracted no partic
ular attention. But the John Dense
plow, turned out of his extensive
works at Moline, with sixty thousand
other plows and cultivators annually,
having his braad, has attained a de
servedly national fame.
When Frastus Fairbanks in 1830
began to make scales at St. Johns
bury. Vermont, he had little credit,
and the village was only a trading
post for country farmers. Now his
scales have a world-wide reputation.
Such men and such enterprises com.
mand business and money with equal
facility. What is true of them is
true of hundreds, and perhaps of
thousands, of manufacturing firms
whose goods have given a name and
a value to their towns.
One of the most damaging facts to
a town or citv is to let a manufacto-
, rv close up, tnd its machinery and
workmen to move away. Transfer a
foundry, or shoe factory, or wagon
shop to anothor place, and you de
press the business of your own place;
you lower rents and discount real
estate. The per cent, of loss, like
failing health, comes perhaps uncon
sciously but it comes. Continued long
confidence in such a town dies, and
with it hope tbe.stimulus of business
passes away. The market report and
prices current must then be taken
with ittiny grr.ins of allowauce. Bu
siness must bo galvanized often by
sensational itoms to keep it alive.
A few milk cuts and grocery wagons
and drays may rattle over tho plank
roadways; gloomy -handbill,, "To
sell or to rent," rnay stare on you
from every ot'ier tenement; or flam
ing cards of property sold at an ad
vance, may e teito a spasm of hope,
to give place to despondency when
the truth is told. Ileal estate men
sold lots in Sf.n Francisco and Oak
laud to one another at advancing
rates a few years ago, in order to
keep up the semblance of prosperity.
Such a device soon reacts and ruins,
unless a solid basis of credit is laid
in home manufactures, home work
and homo productions.
The importation of wooden ware
and utensils to a country abounding
in choice trees, or of stoves to a
country rich in the best iron ore,
surprises the thoughtful, and puts
an objection in the mind of the ob
serving immigrant which no argu
ment or -words can remove.
For a people to buy three hundred
thousand dollars worth of sacks per
year and yet burn or bury hundreds
of tons of rlax fibre, argues against
them more than words can express.
To send hides to be tanned out of i
the country COO miles, and then inv !
port the leather, or what is worse,
me coots ana shoes, when tha tan
bark, the power and the skill can be
had at our doors to give us the fin
ished goods, brings a lots upon us
which twelve or twenty per cent,
loans cannot repair.
CHAS. I f. CA.UFIELD,
CORNER OF SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITY.
las Just Received a Now Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Brown and Bleached Sheetings,
House Lining, Shirtings, Table-Linen, Irish Bosom Linens,
Linen Towelling, Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladie'and Gents'
Iiose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Kibbons, Laces and Insertions,
Embroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, ore
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys
YVI1 h Uave bee eletd with special cure for till market and cannot
itk si kpasseu in quality ok pkice.
thi: iii:iii:stm kki:t fkicis iaii foii country produce,
March 13, Pj73:if
AUCTIIOX AXD COMMISSIOX.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
C ornier of Front t Oak ts., Portluntl
Of E-al Estate, Groceries, General Mer
chandise unci Horses.
SVRE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday
a. p.. nicnAKDsox,3Sia
At I'rivzite Sale.
English Tiffined Par and Bundle Iron
English .Square and Octagon Cast
sSteel, Horse Shoes, Hasps,
Saws, Screws, Kry-Pans,
Sheet Iron, H.
A large assortment of Groceries and Liq
uors. A. 15. RICHARDSON,
J. P. DA VIES.
JOSHUA DA VIES.
J. P. DAYIES & CO.,
a n r
C0M3I I SS I0X M EKCIF AMS
FIKK-PROOK STOXK ItUII-OIXO,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.
Liberal Advances Made on Consisrnments.
July 21, 1S7I :ly
THOMAS CHARM AN
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Ore-ion City and of tho Willamette
.Mley, that he Is still on hand and doing
busiii'-S9 on the old motto, that
A Ximhle Si fence is Hitter than a Slow
I have just returned from Sail .Francisco,
where I purchased one of t ho
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS
fiver before offered In this city ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Hoots and Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Taints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Toadies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy No-
Kope, Faming tionsof 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 this market, and was seleted
with eniM-cial care for t lie Oregon City trade.
All of which I now offer for sale at tho
Lowest Market Ra'.es.
No use for the ladies, or any one. else, to
think of going to Portland to buv goods for
I am Drtcrminnl to Sell Cioayj and not to
allow myself to bo
HDERSOLD 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 the re
quirements of the trade. Come one and nil
and see for yourselves that the old stand of
cannot be beaten in quality or price. It
would be useless for me to tell you all the
advantages I can offer you in the sale of
rools, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is
Come, and See,and Examine, for Yourselves
fori do no wish to make any mistakes.
My object is to tell all mv old friends now
that l am still alive, and desirous to sell
gtxxls cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed upon. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
THOS. CHARM AN,
Main Street, Oregon City,
Igal Tenders and County Scrip taken at
market rates. THOS. CHARM.VN.
y50,000 lbs wool wanted bv
A. C. WALLINC'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
t'ittocW's HtnUnt Cernrr of
ami front Streets.
BUVN'K r.OOIC KITED AND BOUND
to airy .lesirvd pattern. Music books,
Mugaxinos, Newtpaicrs, etc., bound in ev
ery variety of styl- known to th trrade.
Orders from th v untry promptly at
is a purely I'rgctable Preparation, composed
cf Calisaya Park, Roots, Herbs and Fruits,
among which ivill be found Sarsaparilian,
Dandelion, il'i'd Cherry, Sassajras, Tansy,
Genitan, Sweet I'ia, ere.; also Tamarinds,
Dates, Prunes and Juniper Berries, preserved in
a sufficient quantity (only) of the spirit ofVi
gar Cane to Keep in any climate. They inva
riably relieve and cure the following com
plaints: Vysprpsia, Jaundice, Liver Com
plaints, Toss of Appetite, Headache, Bilious
A ttacks. Fever and Ague, Summer Complaints,
Sour Stomach, Palpitation of the Heart, Gen
eral Debility, etc. They are especially adap
ted as a remedy for the diseases to which
are subjected, and as a tonic for the Aged,
Feeble and Debilitated, has no equal. They art
strictly intended as a Temperance Tonic or Pit
ters, to be used as a medicine only, and always
according to directions.
Soi.n by All First-class Dkit.gists.
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PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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A Carefully Selected Summary of
STATE AND TERRITORIAL
A Corrected IIt of tle Mitrkcta lit
Portland, San Francisco and Oregon fit'
LOCAL NEWS, EDITORIALS,
On all Subjects of Interest to the
FARMER, MERCHANT OR .MECHANIC;
Also, Carefully .Selected
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In Short, It Is In Every Respect a
Having a large nnd constantly Increasing
Circulation in the most populous pnrtof
the State, offers superior inducements to
those who wish to Advertise.
Advertisements inserted on
The Campaign of lsTl will soon begin,
and it is therefore a good time to Subscribe
in order that you may be posted on currant
events Send in your subscript ion at once
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 eyer
reached us. As a Healing and Pain-Subduing
l iniment it has no equal. It is alike, beneficial to
MAN AND BEAST.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
STILL IN THE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
II A AS' SAI.OOX.
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to be found in t h
city. All goods warranted. Goods delivered
in the city fr-o of charge. The highest cash
price paid for country produce.
Ore;oa Ctty, Mrch 2, 1T.
J)r. J. Walker's California
VillOai Hitters are a purely Veg
etal 1 ' preparation, tuade clue fly from
the native herbs found" on tho lower
ranges of the Sierra Nevada mountains
of California. th6 medicinal properties
.f which are extracted therefrom with
out the use oi Alcohol. The question
s almost daily ashed. "AVliat is the
iv.nsi' of the unparalleled success of
Vineo.vu r.iTTi::: i " Our answer i
that they remove tho eauo of disease,
and the patient i cover; his health.
They art' the j;rea: b'.o d purifier and
l:!--rivijijr p i-:e pie a perfect Keno
'I'oratid lnv '.'rait'! t'L' the system.
'-Vi r be ' in the l,!-'nry nl the world
.:'. a ;;;e liei " : e. iip rjinded pos
e.ihlL,' th re!!::r":.ble pi:ditie.s of
Vistiiuu IJxrrrr.s i.i he:di:i ; tho s-iek
'if every dis--a.se. They are n geutlo
Punjrilhe a-; well as a Tnie, rulieviuj;
('!tesi: or Itit'amination ot the
Liver and Visceral Organs, iu IJilioua
The properties of DcWAmrV
ViN'noAu ISiT-rrns are Aperient, Dla-pho-v'.ie,
Nutritious, Laxative, Diu
retie. S liiiv Counter-irritant, Su
1. n-it'ie, Alt r.'. ive. aril Auti-liilio;:s.
tl. SS. .'JclJOXAM) &, ..
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v ,.j VV:,:i ii-i;i - cli:ir;:ni Si. N.V
o' I :.j ull i ru jjislx ,,,,, !, !, rs.
THE NEW IMPROVED
Side Feed and Back Feed.
THE LIGHTEST RUNNING, MOST SIM
PLE, AND MOST EASILY OPERATED
SEWING MACHINE IN THE MARKET.
Always in Order ad Ready for Wd
If there is a FLORENCE MACHINE
within one thonsand miles of Saa Fran
cisco not working well, I will fix it with
out any expense to tho owner-
SAMUEL HILL, Agent,
No. 19 New Montgomery Street,
GRAXD HOTEL, BC1XDIXG,
M. C. AT J IKY. Oregon City,
Enterprise Ituitdiiiir, Agent
The standard remedy for Coiijflis, In
11 tie 7., Sorv Throat, Whrmjiini Oonih,
(.'roup, lArcr Comjiuint, Jironcbitis, Jjrrrrt
infi ff the f.iuifx, siiiil every aJFeetion of the
Throat, I.ungs and Chest, including t!ox-
WUtar'a Itiils:iiu of Willi eiicrry does
not dry up a couirh. hut loosens it, cleanses
t lie I.imirs, and allays irritat ion, thus rr
niovinft the ciu.tr of the complaint. None
frenuine unlis signed I. IUtts. Prepared
by SKTIt V. Kowlkk fc Sons, Post on. Sold
liy HKnwxfiTox, Hostf.ttkii fc "o., San
Francisco, ami bv dealers generally.
AVEKKLY AM) 1.II.V" F(Ul 175.
milK APPUOACH OI' THK rUKSTDEX
X. TIAIi elect Ion glvs unusual imjw
tancetoth" events and developments of
IS7.r. We shall endi'avor to describe them
fully, faithfully and fearlessly.
iVie U'rr,1 Sun has now attained n cif'
cu hit ion ff over seventy thousand copies.
Its readers are found iti every !tafe and
Territory, and its' finality is well known to
the public, We shall not only endeavor to
keep It fully up i? th C1.'.! 'andard, but to
improve and atld to its variety and power.
The Wvrklft Sun will continue to be a
thorough newspaper: All the news of the
day will be fdund in it; condensed when
unimportant, and at full !-nghth when of
monvnt, and always, we trust, treated in
a clear. Interesting and instructive manner.
It is our aim to make tho HWkfi Srn t he
lx-st family newspaer in the world. It
will le full of entertaining and appropriate
rending of every sort, but will print noth
ing to offend the most scrupulous and dei
ecate taste. It will always contain t he most
interesting stories and romances of the
day, carefully s'-lecd-d and legible printed.
The Agricultural I lepart mcnt is a promi
nent feature in the HYcA.y Sun, and its
articles will always be found fresh and
useful to t he farmer.
The number of men independent in poli
tics is increasing, and the HVeA.7 .Viol is
their paper especially. It belongs to no
party, and obeys no dictation, contend
ing for principle, and for the election of
the liest men. It exposes the corruption
t hat disgraces the country and threatens
the overthrow 0f republican institutions.
It has no fear of knaves, and seeks no
favor from their supporters.
The markets of every kind and the fash
ions are reported in its columns.
The price of the HeeA.v .S'ioi is one dollar
a year for a sheet of eight pages, and flfty
sik columns. As this barely pays the ex
leiises of paer and printing,, we aro not
able to make any discount or allow any
premium to friends who may make spe
cial efforts to extend its circulation. Ln
der the new 1.1 w, whieh required payment
of ostage in advance, one dollar a year,
with twenty cents the cost of prepaid iost
age added. Is the rate of subscription. It is
not necessary to pet up a club in order to
have the IlVeA7.y S'm at this rate. Anyone
who sends one dollar and twenty cents
will get the paper, jiost-paid, for a year.
We have notraveling agents.
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prepaid. No discounts from this rate.'
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newspaerof twenty-eight columns. Dal
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Address, THE SI X, New York City.
Dto VI I va-y ai nome. Terras
at r r- a
Uebly G. fcllNSON & Cc, Portland, Mo'
M a 11 CIIA NDISS.
Books and;1 Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will sell as low as any house In Oregon for
CASH Oli ITS J1Q VIVALKXT
Jn Good Merchantable Produce.J
lam selling very low for
CASH I1V ISAIV1.
CASH PAID FOR lUlNTY ORDERS
(Jive me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21, 1ST.
ENTERPRISE BOOK & JOB
OREGON CITV, : OREGON.
WE ARK rilEPAU Ki) TO EXECUTE
T all kinds of
111 fact ail kinds of work done a hi Printing
A Ij Ij KINDS Of
constantly on hand, and for sale rtt as low
a price as can be had in the State.
Oregon City, March 21, 173 -tf.
LaRocque, Savior & Co.
Keep constantly on hand for sale Flour '
--""-t n.iu v iiiinvn rcea. fames
purchasing feed must furnish tho sack.
IMonev! IVIoney !
MONEY TO LEND IX SUMS OF $-500.
Oregon City, March 10, 1ST.
maUtf JOHNSON & McCOWN.
COUNTY TREASURER'S NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
L there are now funds applicable
to the payment of the following county
Order. When endorsed.
28, January 20, 1873
231, February 3, "
3ti2, Februarys, "
321, Februarys, "
277, February 10, "
310, February 10, "
323, February 12, "
25, February It), "
.... 10 00
.... 1 80
.... 223 06
.... 6 00
.... 6 00
.... 8 IK)
.... 11 00
.... 60 00
.... 184 30
.... 12 00
.... 08 00
.... 17 10
.... 27 00
.... 18 90
... 239 45
... 15 00
... 50 00
... 22 40
... 10 20
... 41 95
... 130 90
... 50 00
... 28 00
... 2 50
... 2 50
... 7 40
... 1 70
... 10 50
... 1 70
... 32 00
... 97 00
... 150 00
... 11 40
... 11 40
... 110 00
... 81 40
... 21 00
... 6 00
... 2 00
... 5 40
... 11 40
... 104 15
... 30 00
... 10 00
... 150 00
... 72 94
... 50 00
... 880 00
... 440 (0
... ISO 10
... 152 75
... 92 17
May 1 1,
Interest on the
above orders will
from this date.
J. P. WARD,
Treasurer of Clackamas County, Ogn.
Oregon City, March -!0, 1875. 4w
Town Lots for Sale.
V"OTlf'E IS GIVEN TO ATX PERSONS
ll desirous of purchasing Town Lots in
the County addition to Oregon City, Clack
amas county Oregon, that are now owned
by Clackamas county, t hat application for
the purchase will be received by the Clerk
in vacation of the County Court, and acted
upon by the Court in term time, and value
placed on the hits to be sold.
J. M. FHAZF.lt,
Jan. 12 1S75. County Clerk.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief and
cure ef all derange
ments in the stom
ach, liver, and how
els. They are a inild
aperientj and an
Ileing purely vege
table, they "cont:iiii
no mercury or mine
ral whatever. Much
serious sickness and
suffering is prevent
ed bv their tinielr
use; and every family should have them on hand
for their protection "and relief, when required.
Long experience has proved them to be the saf
est, surest, and best of all the Dill with which
the market abounds. I5y their occasional use,
the blood is purified, the corruptions of the sys
tem expelled, obstructions removed, and the
whole machinery of life restored to its healthy
activity. Internal organs which Laconic clogged
and sluggish are cleansed by Airr's Pills, and
stimulated into action. Thus incipient disease
is changed into health, the value of which change,
when reckoned on the vast multitudes who enjoy
it, can hardly be computed. Their mi gar coating
makes them "pleasant to take, and preserves their
virtues unimpaired for any length of time, fo
that thev are ever fre-h, and perfectly reliable.
Although searching, they are mild, and operate
without disturbance to the constitution, or diet, or
Full- directions are given on the wrapper to
each box, how to use them as a Family Physic,
ami for the following complaints, which these
Pills rapidly cure :
For lyseii or 5 i5igj't ion. l,itI'MR.
im'n. Hi.tiis'iior anil Cown of jifvTife, they
should be taken moderately to stimulate the stom
ach, and restore its healthy tone and action.
For JLivcr Complaint ami its various symp-:
toms, JtiIton-4 KS;iIitc-Ii, MicU II'iit
iiclic, Jriinlic or if-n Mich '. Hil
iou Colic and E)iliou I'rvcn, they thonld
be judiciously taken for each case, to correct the
diseased action or remove the obstructions which
For I)yiitery or lt;trrlisii, but one
mild dose is generally reiiiired.
For itlitMiina t ii3i. otir. tf'r;noI. E;l
Jtitatioit of t!i- llc;iit, l'tiiit i t flit
MiI, liucfc and B.i:t. they should he contin
uously taken, as required, to change the di-ea-cd
action of the system. With such c hange tho-e
For Iroiy and E5rop:. ;il o! tin-x.
they should betaken in large and frcinc:t do-es
to produce the effect of a drastic purge.
lor Mupprowsion. a large iloe si'iosiM ie
taken, as it produces the desied effect 1- sym
pathy. As a Dittnrr Pill, take one or two Pill. to
promote digestion and reliew the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulate the toma h -mil
bowels, restores the appetite, and invigorates h:
system. Hence it is often advaniast-ou where
no serious derangement ci-t. iln? w-ho iccl
tolerably well, often finds that a do-c of 'hr-r
Pills makes him feel decided!- better, fro:u 'hn
cleansing ami rcnovatiuj; effed on the 0..go;iive
Xi' T. C.ATlCit A- CO.. PrnrtirnJ Chemists,
I.OWPII.I., MASS., V. S. A.
TOx SALK Iir ALL KIJLUGI.STs; ilVtUVWHKKK
For Diseases of the Throat and Itunga,
such, as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Among the great
discoveries of modern
science, few- are of
more real value to
mankind than this ef
fectual remedy tor all
diseases of the Throat
nnd Lungs. A vast
trial of its virtues,
throughout this and
other countries, has
shown that it docs
siirelv and eflectnnllv
control them. The testimony "of our best citi
zens, of all classes, establishes the fact, tlmt
Cukki'.t l'KCTOKAt. will and does relieve and
cure tlie afflicting disorders of the Throat and
Lungs beyond any other medicine. The most
dangerous" affections of the Pulmonary Organs
yield to it power) and cnes of ConMinip
tion, cured by this preparation, are public
ly known, so remarkable as hardlv to be be
lieved, were they not proven bevo'ud dispute.
Ai a remedy it is adequate, on which the public
may rely for full protection, liy curing Coughs,
the forerunners of more serious disease, it saves
unnumbered lives, and an amount of suflcriiiT
not to he computed. It challenges trial, and con
vinces the most sceptical. Every fatnilv should
keep it on hand a a protection against the carlv
and unperceived attack of Pulmonary Affection-1
which arc easily met at first, but wluch become
incurable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Ten
der lungs need this defence; and it is unwise to
he without it. As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset the Throat
ami Chest of childhood, Ciikkuy Pkctopu
is invaluable i for, by its timely use, multi
tudes are rescued irom premature graves, and
rjaved to the love and affection centred on them.
It actd speedily and surely against ordinary colds,
securing sound and hcalth-rcstorm" sleep. No
one will suffer troublesome Influenza and pain
lnl llronchitis when thev know how easily
they can be cured.
Originally the product of long, laborious
successlul chemical investigation, no cost or toil
is spared in making everv bottle in the utmost
possible perfection. It niav be conhMentlv re
lied upon as possessing all the virtues it has" ever
exhibited, and capable of producing cures as
memorablo as the greatest it ias ever effected.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGG13T3 EVERYWHERE,
R- R. R.
CXHES THE WORST PAIS
in From One to Twenty Mii,utes
NOT ONE HOUR
after reading this advertisement n-r '
one suffer with pain. AIiVtVi... ar'
RELIEF is a sure cure for everv , AljV
was the first and is ,Mln- It
Tlie Only IUIneaj.
that instantly stops the most t-xeruci ,
pains, allays Intlaniation, and cures 1-
gentions, whether of the I.ungs stofn. t"
Rowels, or other glands or organ i V. Qh
application, in from One to Twenty vn
utes, no matter how violent or ex cm
ing the pain, the Rheumatic, IVd-rirtrf'at"
Inlirin, Crippled. Nervous. Neural fo
prostrated with disease may sufT r " w
KADWAY'S READY RUef
will atrord Instant ease.
Intlaniation of the Kidneys.
Intlaniation of the Iiia.i.i
Intlaniation of the Rowels. laWr.
, Congestion of the I.un.r.
Throat, Difticult Rn athing. E'-
1 aipuaiion ol th Uxn
Hysterics, (. roup, Dyptheria.
Cold Chills, Ague Chills. ,uaic
The application of the IJemly Itelhf tft
the part or parts atrected whero the ta'n
or diftlculty exists will afford ease and
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water
will in a few moments cure Cramn
Spasms, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, s'rfc
Headache, Diarrhea, Dysentery, (.oh
Wind in the Bowels, and all Internal pains'
Travelers should always carry a bottle o'
Kudwuy'8 Heady Relief with them.
few drops in water w ill prevent sickness or
pains from change of water. It is bett
than French Brandy or Hitters as a mm
FKVEK AXD AGUE.
Fever and Ague cured for fifty cents
There is not a remedial agent in the world
that will cure Fever and Ague, and all oth
er Malarious, Rillious, Scarlet, Tvphnid
Yellow, nnd other Fevers (added bv .
WAY'S FILES) so qUick as RAILWAY'S S
READY REEIEF. Filty cents per txttlt
Sold by Druggists.
HEALTH ! BEAUTY ! !
Str.ng and pure rich Blood increase o:
1-Jesh and weight clear skin and beauti
ful complexion secured to all
has made the most astonishing cures: j.i
quick, so rapid are the changes the lo1v
undergoes, under the influence of this truir
Wondi-rful Medicine, that evey day an .
crease in Jlcsh and weigiit is seen and jj;
THE GREAT liLOUU IUItlFlI.
Every drop of the Sni-purilliaii l.0i.
eu comiiiunicates through the 1 : l rt.. i
Sweat, Uri tie and other tin ids and juios ,,
t lie system t he vigor of life, lor it p-pairs
the wastes oi tin: l-ody with new and sou!!,
material. Scrofula, Syphilis, Coiisuii.p
lion, Cilandular lise;ise, Fleers in ti;.
Throat, Mouth, Tumors, Nodes in iti.
Olands and other parts ol the system, s,-;.
Eyes, Strumous Discharges ljroiii the'h&ri
and tlie worst forms ol Sliin diseases, Krui
lions, lever Sores, Scald Head, Ring W,ru
Salt Rheum, ErysijK-las, Acne, Black .-s.-Worms
in the Flesh, Tumors, cancers:
the Womb, and all w -a kening and tain:.
discharges. Night Sweats, i.oss of ir rrr
and all wastes of the lite principle, a:
within the curative range ol this wond
of Modern Chemistry, and a few da? s.- ui
w ill prove to any jM-rson using it I r t i; i.
ol these lor ms of Uisea so its ioleut pow
to euro them.
If the patient, daily incomes rodncrdt
the wastes and decomposition that is ox.
tinually progressing, succeeds in arreM r
these wastes, and repairs the same wj;
new material made irom healthy
and this the Sarspariilian will s'nid ir
secure. Not only does the Sarsparii:
Rsolvei;t excel all known rt-ne-uj
agent s in t he cure of Chronic. Scroluk,,.
Constitutional, and Skin diseases ; but ,ti)
the only positive cure lor
Kidney and Illaddcr Complaint.
Urinary and Womb diseases. .ravel, L;
betes, lropsy. Stoppage oi Waiter. In'con:
nence of Urine, Bright's liseasv, Alliu:;.
nuria, and in all cases when'? tb-ro;-brick
-t! ust deposits, or t he Water is tl::r.
cloudy, mixed with substances liken"
white of an egg, or threads like wiiiir t
or ther.: is a lr.orbid, dark, billions a) p i
ance, and white bone-dust deposits.:,
when then: is a pricking, burning sVK
tion when passing water, and pain in n
small of the back and along the l.ij-.
Price, $1 no.
W OK MS. Tho only known and
l!"iiK-(ly for W'onnx J"in, Tape-.ttc.
Tuniorsnfl'J S cars' Grox tli l uredk
KiuIwuj 'm Hrtolvt-nt.
lif.VKui.Y, Mass., Julv is i..
lli. R.VIAVAY : I have had Ovarian '
mor in the ovaries and bowels. Al! :
Boctors said "there was no help for it '
tried everything that was reeonimen:"
but nothing helped me. I saw vour 1:
vent, and thought I would trv it; hut !,..
no taith in it, I h -cause I had" snlJV r'd
tw-Ive years. I took six bottles of tli-;.-solvent,
and one box of Radwav's I.j
and two bottles of your Read v Relief;
there is not a sign of tumor to i.e seen r
telt, and I feel ix-tter, smarter, and liar;
than I have for twelve rears. The v -
tumor was in the 1. ft side of the how-j
over the groin. I write 4his to von for tt
bem-lit of others. Ytm can pithlish i:
you clioose. HANNAH P. K.N 1T
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,
perfectly tasteless, eh-ganflv coated w:::
sweet gum, purge, regulate. purifv,clain'
and str.-ngl hen. Rad way's Pills, fort:
cure of all disorders of t hi- Stomach l.nc
Rowels, Kidne.s. PUdder, Nervous 1 t
eas-s, Headache, Constipation, (est:1
ness. Indigestion, I yspepia, Ilillieuin-i'
Millions iM-vcr, Intlammation of the P '
els, l-il.-s, and all I cra ngemcnts oft:
Internal Viscera. Warranted to ntvv
jiositive cure. Purelv V-g-table, onur
Ing no mercury, m inera Is, or dcl :
"1bserve the following svmptonis
suiting iroin Disord. rs of the Ii-er-Organs:
Const it ion. Inward Piles, Kiii!i
of the Rlood in the lleail, Aciditvofa
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, I isgufi '
hood. Fullness or Weight in the Stems'
Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering
the Pit of tlie Stomach, Swimming ot t"
Head, Hurried and difficult breath::
Fluttering at the Heart, Chokingor.fi.?
cat ing Sen sat ions when inn I. v ing Posus
Id in ness of vision, Iots or we"ls beloro
Sight, Fever, Kull Pain in the lUad, Ik'
ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of :r
Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, I h
El nibs, and sudden Flushes of Heat, ru
ing in t he Flesh.
A few doses of Kmhvaj 's IM1U will f
the system from all the above nameJ C
orders. Price, 2-3 cents jxt box. SoM '
Read " False and True." Send one
stamp to Radway ,t Co., ,-. h7 Vt:i-'
Lane, New York. Information '
thousands will be sent you.
July 24, 171 :ly
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