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OREGON tITV, OREGON, JULY 1G, 1S75.
How a Southern Journal Describes
the Mode ot JJolnjr lniugs.
From the Natchez Weekly Democrat.
"Hallo, st'ranger, you seem to be
going to market
"Yes, sir, I am."
"What are; you carrying that plow
1 0" t
"Going to jsend it to Pittsburgh.
"To Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania?"
"You're miglity right; I am."
""What are you going to send it
there for ?
"To get surjrpencil."
"All the wtay to Pittsburgh to get
sharpened. f ;
iou Det: weve starved our
blacksmith oi.t. He pulled up stakes
the other day and went to Texas.
"Well, that's a rather novel idea,
my friend seeding a plow so far to
"Not no noviel as you heard it was.
We do our ruijung la bt. Louis.
"Is that so?"
"You're riuht, it is. We used to
have a" mill 1 1 Puaipkinvine Creek,
but the owner got too poor to keep
it up, and so we turned to getting
our grinding none at bt. Jioms.
"You don't mean to sav you send
your errist all 'Alio way to St. Louis
nothing about gris-
2Ti3 to to send. I3nt
i ana meai irom ot.
OHAS. II. OJTJFIELD,
CORNER OF SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITY.
" Has Just Received a New Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Brown and Bleached Sheetings,
House Lining, Shirtings, Table-Linen, Irish Bosom Linens,
Linen Towelling, Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and Gents'
Hose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Ribbons, Laces and Insertions,
Embroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, fcc
Also, a full assortment of
i - LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys
Which hT bre selected with special care for this market and cannot
D6 SURPASSED VS QUALITY OR PRICE.
THE IIIGIICST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE,
March 13. 1373 :tf
AUCTIION AND COMMISSION.
:o a hide on your
"I didn't sa
we hain't got i
we get our 11
x see yoi!
"Yes; our old cow died last week.
March winds blowed the life out'n
her. Sendin' her hide to Boston to
git it tanned."
"All the way to Boston? Is not
that rather , expensive, my friend?
The freight will eat the hide up."
"That's a fact clearer than the
buzzards did the old critter's carcass.
But what's the use bein' taxed to
build railroads 'thout you git the
good of 'em ? Used to have a tan
yard over at Lickskillet, and a shoe
maker, too. But they're kerflum-
"Kerllummuxed what's that ?"
"It means gone up a spout and
twixt you and mo, that's might nigh
the case with our State."
"When do you expect to got your
"Don't expect to git no leather at
all expect to get shoes, some day,
made at Boston, or thereabouts."
"Rather a misfortune to lose a
milk cow, my friend."
) "Not so much a misfoatuno as you
heard it was. Monstrous sight of
shuckin and nnbiuiu' a cosv, and
milkin' her night and mornin' and
gittiu' only about threo quarts a
"What aro you going to do for
"Send north for it."
"Send north for milk ?"
"Yes, concentrated milk and Gosh
"Oh! I see the point."
"Mighty handy things these rail
roads raaso them Yankee fellers do
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Corrner of Front Si Oak at a., Portland
Estate, Groceries, General
chandise and Horses.
-Wednesday and Saturday
At Private Sale.
cngusn itennea liar and Bundle Iron
iifiusu square, ana Octagon Cast
Steel, Horse Shoes, Hasps,
Sheet Iron, It.
A large assortment of Groceries and Liq
uors, a. D. RicilAitnsov.
T n 1 , 0"? ... "
u..u. i, loid-u. Auctioneer.
J. P. DAVIE3.
" t m
1 OUr JOIJ3 IO US EO'.V-
lithia' and gJlulin' and
id milkin' and lurnin'."
"I see you haAja bale of
v uo our
JOSHUA DA VIES.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
FIRE-PROOF 8TOXE BUILDIXG,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.
Liberal Advances Made on Consignments.
July 21, 1871 dy
THOMAS CHARM AH
you hawa bale of cotton."
les, we go on? bottom nickle on
cotton. Sendin' i1" tin to Massachu
setts to ??it it carded, spun and wove.
lime il come when we ll send it
there to be ginned, and then we'll
be happy. Mons irous sight of trou
ble Tannin these ins."
"That would bi rather expensive,
sending cotton in .seed."
"No more so than them "Western
fellars paj-3 when they send corn
east and git a dollar a bushel and
pay six bits freight. Beside, as I
s;iid, what's the use of paying for
railroads 'thout wo use the roads?"
"You seem to appreciate the ad
vantages of railroads."
"I think we ought we pav enough
"I reckon you fatten
A " ;
"Well, yon reckon wrong, stran
ger. I git ihem Illinoy fellers to do
mat lor me. it s mighty convenient
:too monstrous sipht of trouble tot
ing a uig basketful of corn three
times a day lo hogs in a pen espe
v-iai.j, ivuca you iiiun t got none to
ioie n to.
"I should think
"There's one thi
to make the busin
"They ought t
ready cooked. Co
in' wood for cook in'
of time that ort bv
pi.-Mouin tie cotton natch
say in to my old woman the
uay ii wo .Mississippi folks got our
waslnn' done np North
and sent by express we'd be as hap
py as oflice-holder3.
"Your horse in the lead there
seems to bo lame."
"Yes, needs slioin'. If he wasn't
the only horso I've got, and I can't
spare him, I d send him up to where
they made the horseshoes and nails
and get him shod. Can't get such a
thing done in our parts. Perhaps I
can at the depot."
"How do you manage to live in
your parts, my f rieud ? '
ny, we raise cotton. My road
turns oti here, stranger. Gee, Ball;
-"iauu. i m Kiau i seed von
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Oreeon C'itv and of the Wiiiamotu
Valley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A Nimble Six Fence is Better than a Slow
I now offer this stock of Goods
at I rices far below any other
uuc iu me teiaie.
n ' ; - .
Aiiuca aro nam and money
scarce and I will rrvt urriT
"ur oi tueir money.
I also keon a full gccnrfnni
OREGON CITY MADE
end them horrs
in', and prepar
takes up a heai
rignts to be em-
The Alleghany Mail is an adminis
tration organ, but it savs "the sum
of 83.500,000 i, annually stolen in
l ti,aKlu bureau. And in order
that there may bo no mistaking its
meaning, it ntl.ls that "the attention
of Secretary Delai has been called
to existing corruptions without ef
fect;" that "the chiefs of the bureaus
are members of the ring and protect
public plunderers;" that "men who
receive the contracts are publicly ac
eued of stealing and have made no
denial nor can any investigations be
obtained from any department or
wrTat?oS T " n,nd tbai "th Pre
sentations of such men as Professor
LsuU bTt VTtea ith eontempt and
servants hS0, ??ls o. as the
ser-sants of tha publle, should trive a
respectful ear to the slightest ,u
ffV?.11 ?. - distTnLish:
mi ilia learning. intotTM i
philosophy as they aVe nous
a lack of these qualities." Kl
vhich, under ordinary cireunvCtancea
jonll seem to throw upon dX
I have Just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one of the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS
ever bofore offered In thia city ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Eoots and Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Indies and
raient Medicines, Goods, Fancy No-
Rope, Faming tions of Every
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 seletod
with especial care for the Oregon City trade.
All of which I now offer for sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No uso for the ladies.
think of going to Portland to buy goods for
am ueiermmea to Hell Vfteap and not to
allow myself to bo
UNDERSOLD IN THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask Is a fair chance and quick rav.
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 all
and see for yourselves that the old stand of
cannot be beaten in qualitv or prie. It
would be. useless for me to tell you all the
advantages I can offer you In the sale of
Roods, as every store that advertises does
notntArt" AP.V Tabl you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say Is
fouic, and Ser.and Examine for Yonrsclvrs
as a ree upon. Thanking all for the liber,
al patronage heretofore beWvwed
n treet. Oregon City.
Igal Tenders and County Serin tkn at
market rates. THO.CIIAUMAN.
ftaSO.OOO lbs wool wanted by
A. a. WALLIWG'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
F'lttocli'n nulMincr Corner nf Ka.i,
oncl Front Strr-ts.
GREAT ATTRACTIONS !
HAS JUST UECEIVED THE rVnCJEST
SPRING & SUMMER G000S
ever imported to Oregon rtv uiAh i,-
offers at greatly reduced prices'. My stock
Has been largely increased and I can
snow as handsome a line of r,Hr.m.in
men unu JiOVS- llus nosi ntiri
press Suits, Coats, etc., as can be found
in the country, and at prices that cannot
fail to satisfy. My
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is filled with a
the leading styles and fashionable shades
of goods -
SloliiUr, French and
America n l)res Goods.
Plaid, Plain nndOpera Flannels, of all col
ors. P.loachod and Unbleached Cotton
Lndios' nod Gents' I n.lomarc,
Nhnnlt and Scarfs,
Hats and t'nps,
Oil Cloth for
BOOTS and SHOES.
T Vnn 11 An 11 t . . 1 I
. r.jf-i:ii uiieniion to my
stock of Men's and Hoys' San- Franc;
Hoofs, which I have sold for a number of
years past with Reneral satisfaction. Ev-
iir warranii'u. A complete stock of
HARDWARE & FARMING UTENSILS
Choico Teas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at Ixw Prices. Also,
LIVERPOOL AXD CARMAN ISLAND SALT.
Highest Trice paid for all kinds of
A i -mm A--mm B"J
vwiiuirj a rouuee. i
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Wanted,
for which I shall pay the highest cash
PrACC- . I. SELLING.
Oregon City, April 22, 1S75. tf
STATE BOARD. OF IMMIGRATION.
T7OR.THE PURPOSE OF AFFORDING
r1- . forma non to Immigrants and in
tend Km i-rants to Oregon, now in foreign
, , , ' ---'i oiaies, ana lor circu
lating such information abroad by this
Poard, ail persons in this State havin
Farms and Lands for Sal or Kent or d'-
sirotis of forming Colonies, will please for
ward to this F,oard as soon s ,Sble de
tailed descriptions or their Farms and
Lands. I-oeation. Prico n,i T.."sfc,.V.u
Dr. J. Walker's California
Vinegar UitterS area purely W3
cUbla preparation, iaatle chiefly from
the native herbs found ou tire lower
ranges of the Sierra Nevada mountains
cf California, thfe medicinal prop;Ti:cs
of which are extracted therefrom with
out the use of Alcohol. The questin:?
is almost daily asked, '"VLnt is the
cause of tho unpvnllolcd eucccs of
Vinegae BrrrEits?" Our answer is,
that they remove the tv.use of di.ion.",
and the patient recovrr-i Lis health.
Taey aro the rt?at l'o.;d urii'. r aud
a ljcr-givijig ps-iv.e -lct p. rivsi V.y -vntor
and luv-vratov of tin sy-tem,
Xi;ver Lefo. e i:i t;i iii.i :--ry C. iho v.oil-1
ims a mrdici' i "-::ponnd-'-l por
sfl.:-;l:ij th? r:Ti:ari;tld. tjuliwios of
Vin-s.-i.vk Iirrrr. in hciLn; the t-i elz
of every di-:aK0. Tliey .".ra n f;nntlj
Purgntire an veil rsr.'Tonie, relieving
Congestion or Inflammation ot the
Liver and Visceral Organs, in 13iliou3
The jroporiies of DnVAiirr.'s
"VrsKGAB JirrTEin aro Aperient, Dia
phoretic, Nutritious, Ijaxativ, Din
retie. S-d.iti.'s Counter-irritant, Su
'I.Tlrt, M:rz ive, v.zil A'-ti-ISilio-js.
(Jiatcl'll! rhousailds proclaim
Vintgab 15itteks thj most wonderful
Isiviornut that aytr siistained the sink
No person can take these
Billei'S 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.
-Bilious, Beniittent, and In
termittent Fevers, winch are so
prevalent in the valleys of our great
rivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tcimesr.ee,
Cumberlano, Arkansas, Red. Colorado,
Brazos, llio Grands. Pearl, A-ahama,
Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, J,n)e,
and many other.--, with their vast trib
utaries, throughout our entire country
daring the Summer and Autumn, and
remarkably so during seasons of un
usual heat and dryness, are invariably
accompanied by extensive derange
ments of tho 6 omaeh and liver, and
other aKlominid viscera. In " their
treatment, a purgative, ex. rti::g a
. powerful influence upon these a.10u3
organs, ii essential. There is no
cathartic, for tho purpose equal to
Da. J. Y.TAr.Enr.'s VixEOin Jlmnns, r.i
they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid mutter v.iih which tho
bowels nr? loaded, at the same tiii.o
stimulating tho roeretious cf the liver,
and generally restoring the h ;il;hy
functions of the digestive orp ins.
.Fortify the body ai::l
disease by punning all its fh-.h,
with tho RiTTr.r.s. Ko cp: lo:::ie cn':i
take hold of a Fyateiu thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Headache, F.i in the Shoulder;',
Coughs, Tighfa-ss of the Chest, Diz
ziness, Sour Kruc-tation of tho Sto
mach, Er.d '! in the Mouth, IJiH
ou3 Attacks, Rdpiiation of ihe IIcar -Inflammation
of the Lungs, liiu in tho
region of tho Kidneys, and a hundred
other painful symptoms, are tho cfi
Bpririgs of Dyspepsia. One bottle v. ill
prove a better guarantee cf its merit
than a lengthy advertisement.
ScrorS;, f r Iihi-'s Evil,
White dwellings 'T'leerr, Erysipelas.
Swelled Neck,- Goitre, Scrofulous In
flammations, Mercurial affections. Old
Sores.. Eruptions of the SI
roo, etc. in these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, Dn. "Walker's
Vinegar Ditters have shown their
great curative powers in tho most
obstinate and intractable cases.
m For Inflammatory or Chron
ic JHtenniatisni, Gout, Bilious,
Jiemittent and Intermittent Fevers
Diseases of tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys
and Bladder, these Bitters havo no
equal. Such Diseases aro caused bv
Mech an ical Diseases. r.r-
Kons engaged in Taints and Minerals,
such as numbers, Type-setters, Gold
boaters, and Miners, as they advance
in Jife are Pullet to -rnlvr.Js of t'
Bowels. To guard against this, tako
Db. Waiter's Vineoak Bitters.
rr K 0rf leases. Eruptions,
Totter, Salt-Rheum, Blotches, Spots,
Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles,
Rmgworms Scald-head, Sore Eyes,
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration
of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of
r u "iVT'X" communicate dir;ct
t..-;, ;r i",,i.voni.miB'"rs of
5f e bl m A St ate Com 'r of I ."
err xrn riot v nf mt rla lut rvmn ka .
umers from the country promptly at
lendoa to. r '
TEE NEW IMPEOYED
the bkin of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up ad carried out of
iuc bjsiem in a short time by tho uso
of theso Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the svstem of o t-.., '
sands are effectually destroyed and re
moved. osystem of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free tho
system from worms like these Bitters,
ior leinalc Complaints, in
young or old, married or single, at the
dawn of womauhood, or the turn of
aoihc linters display so de
cided an influence that improvement
is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Iilood
whenever you find its impurities burst
ing through the skin in Pimples, Erup
tions, or Sores ; cleanse it when you
unci it obstructed and sluggish in the
veins ; cleanse it when it is foul ; your
feelings will tell you when. Keep the
blood pure, and the health of the sys
tem will follow.
R Mcdonald fc co
La'fiC,r- f W'hamngton & Charlton St..N.Y.
&Oll by all I)ru,jiita nnd Dralvr:
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
H a B r a nn -v r -m r
and Back Feed.
" H HTESTRUNKi:iG, MOST SIM-
MST EA3ILY OPERATED
SEWING MACHINE IN THE MARKET.
cisco not working well, I W;il U it with,
SAMUSIi HILL. A
No. 19 New ifontgoraery Street,
j niirrr. Mnr r,...
having Increased the di
mensions of his premises. at
the old stand on the
Corner ot Main and Third Street,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of informing hi oM no.
trons, and as many new ones as mav be
pleased to call, that he is now prepaVed,
wit h ample room, good materials, and the
very best of mechanics, to build an ew. re
construct, make, paint. Iron and turn out
all complete, any sort of a vehicle from a
common Cart to a Concord Coach. Try me.
Blaclumi thin;;, Horse or Ox Shoeing
and General Jobbing neatlv, o.ulcklv and
cheaply done. DAVID SMITH
iF TvV si
r 11 ,
A most pleasant and Invigorating
tonic. Recommended by all the emi
nent Physicians throughout tho United
Every family should have It In tho
Read certificates on each bottle. Sold
by all Liquor Dealers and Druggists.
H. EPSTEIN & CO.,
618 Fkoitt St., Saw Fka-cisco. Cai
IMPERIAL M I L L S,
LaKocqne, Savier & Co.
Keep constantly on hand for sale Flour,
Middlings, Blan and Chicken Keed. Tarties
purcliasingfeed must furnish the sack.
Iono3" ! Money !
IfOXKY TO LEND IN SUMS OF $500,
J.TJ. and upwards.
Oregon City, March 10, 1874.
mal.Jtf JOHNSON cfc McCOWN.
To wn Lots for Sale.
NOTICE IS GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS
J.1 desirous of purchasing Town Jots In
the County addition to On gon Citv, Clack
amas county Oregon, that are now owned
by Clackamas county, that application for
the purchase uill be received by tlie Clerk
in vacation of the County Court, and acted
upon by the Court in term time, and value
placed on the lots to be sold.
J. M. FRAZER,
Jan. 12 1S75. County Cltrk.
01 1 r:x
i.v-J : Eh
?ov yvo? md-Jiftnt, Tiif-arnvttcr.t F'-.ver
Vixil i-'evc-, ic:u-::.?t Jb . ;.c-r, iumh
A-ue, ParicrUsi-.! orBIous i cver, ie..
and in-iced i'.I tbe atToetior.3 -vhicli r.r:?i
r.i!.'; :"o,- 0y ii:rf-.-?":i i--.-, ;
t'io Ateerii-.iu ).:)i'.r: th.in :
fif.-j and p;; fe .!' '-r Jic.
::m I Ague. H'Vi we ;.re !:.
e:; i 1.1 Cm!.-", wiili .1 1 ei leo:
fiM-tii Vry li:a; it v.ill ei;;di;;Uc
t.'. li r.r.il vvi.'li ; -iir
"n-e, fo-:n V"? 1 i".:.if. Clvit i:m can itiiit
H o i; 1' ::i i.iy . j u.ui ; ; : v .
Tlia! ui-M ir.iTt'- H i'.i.ir. or ".events tW.f (.;':
n!'." iau.-;t b.j of ii:;:i.i-!i.-.c f-i-rvirc j: il:e coin
ii!in:i .vliC.'C it ;ii.v.-:'i-. . t .' is bcltev
fii.in cr.--, T'-.r t'.t ;.:u:.i:t rr.rry - ihe ri-?; wiiich
'.ij :ir.il iun iu vi.:-"at .it'a'-'.v.- 1 bulcfiildU-t'.-vMvr.
'l lii-i "Ci'i::;"' f-.ri: ls ti:,- mi;:, rr-.-itio
1);.-o:i oi" fci;v!i AXD A;l"K l:f;ii the iv'om,
and j. 'events Uie uv,-,j i...-. t of ihe lis;:re. if
take.i 01 tli i lirt a jiproai-li of i;j p,-enjtMi'torv
-y uiitni!is. Ii i ; t r. nl;. tue l".t ren.eiiy ever
yet di..verc'l lor thi? rims of ontt-laUiu, Cut
,il-i he, .-ise.;c-T. The Inrjre ;?;:rr '.itv vc mij
ply tor a dili:na VH'jp-s-It u in'in the" rra h of
ve.y Ii .'y ; aud i.i t-iH-ju-j ii.-;riils, here
l. ::u ami .;n: lire v.t.is. evervli-uiv . lii:lu
mt u -3 it fVi'f !
it- is l:it,itt.l thii
: nt a!! i'le
. . iioiii icr cure Knu pro-1rif-e
v. ill pir.cc it ili.in
V .re:it suueriorily ol t ,- reinwly ovrr miv
lihcr ever .; r-.ei v T.ir t!ie dy ec: t.nn
i:rcd' r.ittnniMi-;;!:. i-,'iii.it cuy.iuh:.- i:d (iiij.
r.entjy it I'voduees nt
i fl'i." t" whatever upon
i'.-d l.y it arc left ke
1 h;;d ll:: !iJeae.
; ii.e mim (jiienee
ix.t v.t. ietv of dis-
nine or minrnl ; Voiic
uiini-'m or trh:r in'Hi i i
'.lie : ii.titu".i.'n. 'i'!:..-e
lie.Titliy :'.s if tiiey l.:i '.
Fever 1 A-ie i.s n-.t
of the nii.i -r.ir.ti:: poison.
order.-s nn-: iioi.i its irrit.-.tioi
nre Nei:r.i!jri 1, Kiieiinsatf-ni, doiit. iii-::d.-rhe.
Blindness, inolli:i"in, liaraehe, C::1;iirh, Atth-
nia, l:iljiit:iti n, r:i:iuii! Aflection of the Spleen,
llv-derie, V:vi in t'ic it'ivels, ('oli, l';ir:ilvsis
ird rU:r.njje:!:"i;t ol the w-inmrli, nil of tvi-if-h
'.viien firitriiiii i;i;r in this c.nise, put on the in.
'onnittcnt type, or become 1 ciiodical. Tins
Ci.'iti;'' expels the poison from the blood, and
'onKCfineatlv cures ttic:)i ,-ul aiilN;. It ig an in.
valuahle protcrtion to inimiirr.'into and TierKons
travelling or teamorariiy rcsidinp in the mala
rious districts. If taken oeenMoii.illy or dailv
while iT'wfc 1 to tho infection, that will be ex-
erete l from the sv.-tm, .n;d cannot accumulate
in Fiirti.-.iont ijuruitity to lipen into disease,
ifonce it i.s even more valiiable for protection
man cure; .md lev will ever gtifrer from Inter
njittopts if they avail themselves of the protec
tion thi" reniedv affords.
For l.ivrr Com )l(ti)ttit,. arisinpr Irom toroid-
itv of tin". Liver, it is exceUent remedy, Ftim
ulatin'j the Liver into healthy Activity, and pro
ducing many trnlv remarkable cuius, where
other me-.lioiaes 111.
i'KEl'ARED . .
Dr. J. C. AYER& CO., uvcll, IIass.,
Practical and Anatytiral Ceinista,
AND SOLD ALL ROUND THE WORLD.
Fit ICE, $1.00 riZli'liOITLE.
RADWAY'S HEADY RELIEF
CURES TJJK WORST PAINS
la From One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOira
after reading this advertisement need any
one suffer with pain. HAD WAY'S HEADY
RELIEF is a sure cure for every pain. It
was the first and is
The Only Pa in Iiemedy
that instantly stops the most excruciating
pains, allays Inflamation. and cures Con
tentions, whether of the Lungs, Stomach,
towels, or other glands cr organs, by one
application, In from One to Twenty Min
utes, no matter how violent or excruciat
ing; the pain, the Itheumatic, Hed-ridden,
innrm. Crippled. Nervous, Neuralgic, or
prostrated with disease may suffer,
RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
t wlu afford instant ease,
inflamation of the Kidneys.
. Inflamat ion of the Bladder,
inflamation of the Bowels.
Congestion of the Lungs,
fsore Throat, Difficult lireathing.
TI Palpitation ot the Heart.
Hysterics, Croup, Dyptheria.
. Neuralgia, Rheumatism
Cold Chills. Ague Chills.
J he application of the Heady Relief to
the part or parts affected where the pain
or dilHculty exists will afford ease and
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water
will in a few moments euro Cramps,
npasms. Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick
Headache, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Coli7,
Wind in the Rowels, and ail internal pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
Radway's lic-adr Iiellef with them. A
few drops in water will prevent sickness or
pains trom change of water. It is better
than French Brandy or Bitters as a stim
FEVEK AXD AGUE.
Fe-er and Ague- cured for lifty cents.
There is not a remedial agent in the world
that will cure Fever and Ague, and all oth
er Malarious. Billious. Scarlet Tvnhnlri
Yellow, and other Fevers (added bv RAD-
tVW . 'T.1 11 -- so MUick as HAD WAY'S
l. t. ."t,"ir,r- i iny cents per bottle
Sold by Druggists.
HEALTE !BEAUTY ! !
.irong and j ure rich Blood
FJesli and weight clear skin
lul complexion secured to all.
HOW IS THE TIMET5
SO IKI1 YKah
PAYABLE IX ADVAXCE '
Each number contains tho
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEvS
From all Tarts of the WorM
A Carefully Selected Sumruary nt
STATE AND TKRKlT0RUl
NKWS ITEMS- S
Corrected List or the Mark
Portland, San Francisco and Orfeon Ciir s
LOCAL NEWS, EDITORIALS,
On all Subjects of Interest to the
FARMER, MERCHANT OR MECBlflr
Also, Carefully Selected
In Short, it is in Every Respect a
iiikbihia n l 11 1 v r iu 1 1
has made the most astonishing enrs- ,
qiiic-K, so raj-id are the chances tho bodv JL Ril fl U'Ea S" It 6? V
onciergoes, undertheinflucneeof thistruly 4i
Uondentil Medicine, t hat evev dn 1- n i.
crcasc in flesh and weight is seen and felt.
Tin: giikat iilood rrniFiicn.
Every drop of the Sarsp.-.rillin ICcsol
vet communicates through the Llood,
Sweat, Lnne and other fluids and juices oi
the system t lie vigor of liic, lor it repairs
the wastes ot the hody v.ith now and sound
material. Scrofula. Kv,,h;ik 1 "
VhS; ila",,l,'Ltr s?sV. UlcJ-rs in the
lhroat. Mouth, in more v,ine. ... . 1.
Viands and ot her parts ol the svstem Sore
Lyes Strumous discharges irom the Ears,
and t he worst forms ot Skin diseases Erup
tions, l ever Sores, Scald Jicad. King Worm
San ltheum Erysipelas, Acne, lilack Spots
u onus in the 1- lesh. Tumors c;mwr i
the Womb, and all weakening and jalnrul
disohargfs, .Night Sweats, Loss of Sperm,
and all wastes of tho-life principle, are
within the curative range ot this wonder
ot Modern Chemistry, and a few davs' use
will prove to any person usin?r it for either
of these forms of disease its 1 btent rover
If t he j atient, daily becomes reduced bv
tiie wastes id decom nosii in ili:it. i ..iT.
tinually 1 rogr.-ssing. succeeds in arresting
these M-astes, and repairs the same with
new material made Irom ho:i tf 1. 1-i.ih
and this the Sarsparillia n will and does
secure. .,t only does the Sarsparillian
Resolvent excel ail known remedial
agents in the cure of Chronic SMv.fi,in.
-...iiMiuiiionai, anu sum diseases : but it
t he only positive cure for
Kidney and IJiaildcr Complaints,
Having a large and constantly increai v.
Circulation in the most populous rar.tf
tho State, offers superior indueanent
those w ho wish to Advertise.
Advertisements insert eti on
The Campaign of 1875 will soon lr-:
and it is therefore a good time to SuVstr;
in order that you may be jxisted on currar;
events Send in your subscription at ora
ENTERPRISE BOOK JG3
rinary and Womb diseases. tJravel Di--
i.-i.e.s, uropsy. Stonr aire of Wi.Iit
nence of L riiie, Jiright's Disease,' Albumi-
"uiM, Ami hi an cases wliere there
uinK-uusi ueposits. t 1 m-.i-
ciouuy. mixed with ..n;.i.iannn
niteot an egir. or threads m.-o ,.-t,w .,1..
r there is a iti.rbid. dark, billi.ins'a ,V.
a nee, and white bono-d
when there is a nrickinir. Impninn-V.,-...
...... i, Wilier mill ha n ir, .1
small of the back anrl alnn r ,.,.,:'
WOMMS.-TIW only known and sure
iemcdy for IIWhm-JY,. Jnjf, etc.
OREGON CITY. : OREG0S
Tumors of 13 nr' Growth C ured l,y
TtADV, ay :i n:lvo , , 0v.lri n.
and bowels. All m
but nothing h.d.:ed me. I .-V.!.-V" ,.V",; "
n,l:s?ltV,ou.K.,itIwo,., lr hut "had
j unci sniftered
. t . 4 '"""MS bottles of the
",,w"i one uox ot ii:!flvn-'
1 ...etors said there was no help "for if
::!7:!':nr t',!,t wa? recommended
and two botHos nf v.mi. t....
there is not a sign of tu, r" 'be ,1
Ht. and I tool letter, smarter and hTnPj"r
han I have for twelve- The
tumor was in the-lt side of thn bou iV
over the jrroin. I write this to voii for tl .l
benefit of others. You can ,i, sh it if
mt. aid WAY'S
PEHFEGT PURGATIVE PILLS,
I luiecuy ia.sitiess. elerr.,,it.
s-vet gum, purge, r"
uu sirens;! he ii
egulate, punly, cleanse
'i" v.fiv'? IJii-S for the
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color. .
wlitoli is r.t
lieal tliy, a n .1
Dowels, Kidners I r; "i d , p. r v IJ?cr
cases, Headae j lt,rvs
n. ss. Indigestion nV' 1 tK.)n' ostivc
lUlIius Iwfi n' ,sPprii'( Hilliousness,
' l i i "i a Qa mat on of th
IntW1,;!!3 Visneerf 1 ""nls
ing no mercury, mlnemu T . I,"!"
drusrs " "tiviL-rious
WE AI1K PREPARED TO EXECt"TP
?T allkindsof i-i-
.. such as
PA MPI1L.1C1 S,
DEEDS, ' .
y. X ETTEil- II Ea DS,
in fact all kinds of work done a in I'riKirr
constantly on hand, and for sale at s lew
a price as can be had in the State.
mm J: soon
. AiUEi. Oreiron fitv.Ui!-.
llurr. Arn l-T.f J? J tr- Address
Enterprise BuUdlng, Agent.
Ifebjy G. fcTiySON A Co., Portland, M!e
color. xi-it!L t lip.
gloss and freshness of ijouth. Tliii;
hair is thickened, falling huir clefce.l
and baldness often, though not ahvaysj
cured by its use. "Nothing can restore
the hair where the follicles are de
stroyed, or tho glands atrophied and
decayed; but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so that a new
growth of hair is"produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. The
restoraf mil of i-Jf r,i;.Tr l. , .,
. Wl it. yives ro tne
scalp arrests and prevents the forma
tion of dandruff, which is often so un
cleanly and elusive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make
some preparations dangerous and iniu
nous to the hair, the Vigor can onlc
benefit but not harm it. If wantoJ
merely for a HAT Ii rTvc:cTx
nothing else can be fW,m,i j:. '
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white ca.nbrm ,n,l 3
. , ""v ti lasts
gon tho hair, giving it a rich, glossy
tre, and a 'grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C, Ayer k Co., '
Practical and Analytical CHemlsts
A fo w doses of K ,l,ra ,-, Pil , . , , , -
the .ivstem from 1 1 Iiinill free
order ivw . above immod' dis-lniggisfsnCe'-U
Cenls rer box- ld by
Oregon City, March 21,J873tf.
Read " KaiS! and TnJP
stamp to Had way & Co
July 21, lS74:ly
Send one letter
Xo. S7 Maiden
AGENTS FOR. THE ENTEEFKISE.
The following nerfons aro arthorizfd :
act as agents lor the Estehpkisl :
York' P" RowcI1 Co- 40 rark Row, "t
T.tSOC,.Vccr111 & Co- 6' Chestnut strct
Abbott t Co., Xo. 82 and 84 Nassau street
Portia nd.Oregon I.. Samuel
San Francisco.. "r.-jffi
St. Helens, Columbia countv...Vs. A. Mi If
Astoria, Clatsop county ."..A. Van IuiK-n
7,a,n Ii. William
t larrisburjr ; j. Jl. JPmitb
I -a fay et te, Y a m h i 1 1 "cou n t yV....T. t. Ferpn son
Hallas, Polk county Iave Hclnif
Kola k. lotr
Jacksonville K. Hanna
Penton county.. . . Wells
Corv allis Hon. John Dnrnrtt
Canyon City.Grant co W. H. lJsweij
Albanv a. V. Arnola
T. , 'idiSaiS3 lilies, Wasco county '.H.iat
i he standard remedy for C ohc-i,. t., J-rande, Union county A.C.Craie
rL'roaC UT,wZ?&.l? '"dlcton. Umatilla county.,:.-S: V. Knox
wrrr imiiiVffhii T, It. -v.
scmptIox BUud Lhest' deluding Cox
not ary up a con g
..... uuiis. ann
moi-inff the mtve of the
ly Seth V. FofL; C- - Prepared
Francisco, and bv do- wI R & - San
or.rki.. ' lIlu y aealers ireneraiu-
1 K. 1 Hristow
C. T. Montagu
J. It. Kalston
..Hon. E. P. Fomlrsy
STILL in THE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND nnns smrru nr oVwccV1
im 0:r''WW",,,Ur Upper Molalla..
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
..J. W. Straw.r
V.7.'.""y'nnk VT. Kcsff
Capt. 35. C.Norton
l"!!j"ohn H a ccn larger
I"."."."..".-. W. II. Vaugnn
Kif y.OST COMPLETE STOCK
citv Ail SLly Oroc,ries to be found in the
in theeiff?8 r""d. Goods delivered
crice D?hf ftS?t?f c,hra?-- The highest cash
urice paid ror country produce.
Orecoa City, March 28, 187aT
WOOL ! WOOL!
S. ACKEl(3LAX & BK0.,
wan;t 30ovooq fffig
which they will pay fhe highest mr"
price in CASH. - -Oregon
City, ApriI29 187?. tf
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