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qTeGIkTtV, OREGON ilGHT 6, lS7i.
T"iS-rin its snellof youth renewed
?lfftH onC-o a- ii'.. upon the earth
And form-, of beauty, iiiyriad-Iuied.
Are quickened with a second birth.
The hoarr monarch of the wood
Flina : oW "ie rdeii:of tho tune,
And throui their rn-ed veins the
blood . , ., .
Flows with the vior of their prime.
Thewithered tarf with verdure plows,
The orchard.- Hush :with faint per
rfume; On everv living plant there arrows
A consciousness of cQininjr bloom.
But miracle of Sprintr, ilas J
I not for me nor for ?ny kind ;
I look with terror in mjv uUss
I know too well whal I must find.
2so smoothing of tho inkled brows;
No darkening of thel 11 vered hair;
But lines I never mar.Va till now,
And added bilver, he.j and there.
No quickening of the blood I feel ;
In my poor heut no bird-son-s ring;
t t . i.i j ,ii v ni'itit anneal :
The tflvi gives back no spell of
Alas Yet let, rrn not repine.
Nor idlv cli ife against the tide:
A noblerWander bloom is mine,
Tuan tlnd of all the world beside.
The Spring renew the fruit and flower
-And ovr tne eartn. ires'i iriones mug
But mv immortal soul h ith dower
Of heaven and Eternal Spring I
Waifs for the Ladies.
CWo are asked: "What couM have
indnceil the ladies tix inlopt the 'pull
back stylo of uress?
iOan t say, nn-
less it is to promote a
asto for anat-
If, in instructing sv
iild, you are
vexed witli it for a war.
try, if too have never tried before,
to -write with your left hand, and
then remember that a child is all
They say that the reason why the
ladies'like the late style of broad rim
Luts, is that they throw such a shad
ow around the neck as to mako it feel
liko somu fellow's arm..
O Very mneli wanted A newspaper
has the following curious notice:
"Wanted, a nurso to take charge of a
basket ful of children left at this
office a short time since."
T iey say that the reason why the
Elizabethian ruff is goingontof style,
is because most women 4hink it is an
invention of Mrs. Tiltotr. This is a
liitlejruff on EiiZ-iboth.
Mother "Now Gertlfc, be a good
girl, and give Aunt Jul ja a kiss, and
say gool-uight." G3rtie "No, no!
cIf I kiss her. she'll box my ears, like
sh did papa's last night." Tableau.
Phiggs s.ia-s his wife's name is
Flora, and that's the reason why
when he get within about a block of
liis house at 2 o'clock in '.the morning,
he begins to feel liko a night-hloom-
r, Jone, of sevala, havln introdnc
tioa to Anna Dickonsn. the other
day, anl when Mrs. Jones got hirn
alone she shut her teeth together and
warned him not to stieeza hands
that way ajain.
Mrs. Fowd, a womm 40 years old,
rowed to Bith, M-iino, from "West
port, Maine, in a skill", a distance of
nine mile, did her shopping, and
rosved 1 i-;k, arriving homo in time
I always m-ilce it a rule to
nl wiro everything that hap
!" Oil! my d ar filloiv, that's
nothing!" replied his friend.
my wiie lots of things that never
Lappen at all."
0 The Brooklyn Arjm, after months
of careful observation, has come to
tho conclusion that no ; woman can
eat corn-leef an I potatoes gracefully,
and when it comes to boiled cabbage
they break riqrht down.
Q linn, tho actor, boin asked by a
Iidy why there were more women
in the world than. nv?n, implied: "It
is in conformity with tLo other ar
rangomnts of nature wo always see
Cjoro of hoavea than of earth." "
"Write ins while I am away," naid
Jones to Mrs. Jones, after an affec
tionate good-by. "Treacherous man,"
meditated the lady. "Not one letter
do.3s he p;t! Ke wants to sell them
0 to one of those western papers."
A Miino irl left her clothing in
" an open boat and hid herself; and
owheu her parents were crying and
8i3'iog that if they only had her back
they would obwv her slightest wish.
sho appeared aud said she wanted to
marry J a Ice.
A conversation was overheard the
other day ly two little fills on the
street. I ir-t Rill "My nuranw had
a sweet little babv last ni't." Sec
ond girl "Is ili.it so? Where did
she cpt it?" Fir.-,t rr i rl "She p;ot it
of D. Biacroft. He isuli of "cm!"
The question has risen in Chicago;
"D ies a worn 1:1 ever strike at a fly
Without closing her eye?" She nev
er does we all know- it, but she will
s.veep that broom-stick through the
air at her beloved husband and never
wink either optic.
3 A S iotc'i he 1 lie was the one who
popped th question in the grimmest
q mianer. 11 took his sweetheart into
tho raveyanl, and s'lowing her a
dark corner, s-iid: "Mn v, my folks
lie there. Wo-il 1 you "like " to lie
there. Miry?" Miry was a sensible
lassie, and expres.se.! her willingness
c to obtain tlie rijj'it to bc bunednear
the Uj.i lie's relations by unitiug her
self to him in wedlock.
A Virginia paper announces the
mirriage of Miss-Jane L nion to Mr.
E'jenezer Seet; wherenpon some
s boly perpetrated tlio following:
II mt h i;.pV th extremes do meet
In I m m l n '7. r ;
awx no s a Ij -in n squeezer 1
"I think I have seen von before,
sir. TAreyou not O.ven Smith? "Oh
res Im ow.n Smith and owin' Jones
anlowm Brown and owia everv
00 Jy. g
OccAsros VLtx.-A man mav ocea
Bionally kis the wr mg woman by
mistake, but when ha makes a prac
tice 61 it. tho right woman finds it
out, and that's what bothers him.
NT colU tiat ihai2i
o KATet aaelo.'1
OHA8. EE. CTXFrELIX
COBXBS OFSETENTU AKD JMJV STREETS, OREQOlf CITY.
Has Just Keceived a N'ew Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Brown and Bleached Sheetings,
House Lining, Shirtings, Table-Lii.en, 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, &c
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERH'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys
Which have hce selected with special car for thi market and cannot
BE SlUPASSED IX QUALITY Oil PIUCE.
TIIC HIGIICST MARKET PR1CUPAI1) l'OR COUNTRY PRODUCE,
March 13, 1873:lf ,
AUCTIIOX AXD COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Cornier of Front Oak ts., Portland
Of Kial Estate. Groceries, General Mer
chaudisc and Horses.
SVLE DAYS Wednesday find Saturday
A. B. KICIIAKDSON.
At Privsitc Siilc.
English Uefind Bar and Pundlo Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast
SSteel, llorao Shoes, Hasps,
Maws, Screws, Fry-Pans,
Sheet Iron, U.
G. Iron. .
A large assortment of Groceries and Liq
uors. A. B. KICIIAKDSON.
Jan. 1. lS73-tf. Auctioneer.
J. P. DAVIES.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
FIRE-PROOF STOXE BUILDIXC,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.
Liberal Atlvanrcs )Iiide on Consisaments.
July 21, lS71:ly
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Oregon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that h is still on h ind and doinjj
business on the old motto, that
A JTiiiibf.e Six fence ia Better than a Slow
I have Just returned from San Francisco.
where I purchased one of tho
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK or OOODS
ver before off r."d in this city ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Doots And Shoos,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Taints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Stoneware, . Crockery,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Pat-nt Medicines, Goods, Fancy To-
Ttop Faming tlons or Evory
All Kinds, C.'trpcts,
Cloth, Wall Pap?r, etc..
Of tho above list, I can say my stock is the
T1 O ST COMPLETE
ever ofT-rfd in this market, and was sMctrc!
with e;'eial eare lor th Orejron City trade.
All 01 which I now olrer lor sale at the
Lowat Market Rates.
No for thf ladies, or anv one else, to
think of troinil to l'ortland to buy s:oods for
I mn Jftterunnfl to iscll Uncap and not to
ft now myseu to io
UNDERSOLD U THE STATE OF OREGOX.
All I nk Is a fair chance and quick pay
ments, believing as I do that
TiTCJify Years Experience
in Oron City enables me to know the re
quirements of the trad. Come one and ail
and see for yourselves that the old stand of
cannot be boaten in qualltv or prien. It
would be usIpss for me to tell vou all the
advantages I can off.-r you in "the sal" of
eoods, as every store that advertisos does
thnt, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is
Com?, niid Sfp.and Examine for Yonrsrlvrs
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
soods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as asrr-ed upon. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
Main Street, Oregon City,
Tysjnl Tenders and Countv Serip taken at
market rates. TIIOS. CHARMAX.
T"50,000 lbs wool wanted bv
A. C. VVA1.L9NCS
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
Iittli' ntill'lltiir CnrnT of StarU
anil Front Streets.
HvNjc.rsooK rtn.ED and pound
to Anr desired pattern. Mus1ebook.
l-vrsviR"s, nwt)ivi, e.. bound In ev
. w vritr of flty),knoTrn io the trrde.
r Ordem-frm the country promptly at
' tended to.
(;UE AT ATTRACTIONS!
Has just received the largest
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
ever Imported to Oregon City, which he
oirers u.t greatly reduced pries. My stock
lias Ebr-en largely increased and I can
show as handsome a liiv of realy-maile
poods in Men and Roys' Rusiness and
Dn-ss Suits, Coats, etc., as can be found
in the count ry, and at prices that cannot
tail to sat isfy. M v
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is filled with a splendid assort ment of all
tlv leading styli-s atid Jas.'iionable shadus
Kmprfts C'Isf li,
iloliaii-H, FrrnrJi and
American l)r'si (iooils.
F A NN E S ,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels, of all col
ors. Rleached and. Unbleached Cotton
Ladies' niid Gents Undcrware,
Sli:iivl.4 niid Sea J Is,
Wool idilllUl lH,
Tru litis st 11. 1
Travel injr Satrlirls,
II si t- si iid C'u w,
Oil ( loth r.,r
BOOTS and SHOES,
I would call special attention to my
stoek of Men's and I!ovs' San l'ranejsco
Hoots, which I have sold for a number ot
years past with general satisfaction. Ev
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
HARDWARE & FARMING UTENSILS
Choice Teas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at Low Trices. Also,
LIVERPOOL AND CARMAN ISLAND SALT.
Highest Trice paid for all kinds of
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Wanted,
for which I shall p.iv the highest cash
l,rce. I. SELLING.
Oregon City, April 22, 1S75. tf
STATE BOARD OF IMMIGRATION.
IOUTIIE PURPOSE OF AFFORDING
. intormaiion to Immigrants and in
tend Emigrants to Oregon, now in for M-'ii
countries and sister States, and for circu
lating such information abroad by this
I-oard. ail persons in this State havin"
harms and Lands for Sal or R"nt or d"
sirous ot tormina Colonies, will please for
ward to this Hoard as soon as possible de
tailed descriptions of their Farms and
Lands, location. Price and Terms of Sale
or conditions ot renting; and all persons
desirous of obtaining Agricultural or ot her
f. r'AKi 1 nloaso communicate direct
wit h this Hoard.
ly instructions of the Commissioners of
Immigration. WILLIAM REID
oleblm A State Com'r of Immigration
CAP" Z C NORTON'S STORE,
NORTON', Clackamas Co., Orcg-on.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD AN
JL noiince that he h; just received a
splendid stock of
Iljots and Shoe,
iroc t-i les.
Crockery, VAc. Etc.
direct from New York. The stock Is the
best and largest ever bro ight to a store in
laekamas county, and having purchased
it at greatly reduced prie. s, is able to sell
it cheapt-rthan goods have ever been sold
I am und-r obligations to mv former
customers for their lilx-r.l patronage, and
being ablo now to neeottimodate them
better at less pries than r ver befor. I nk
a continuation of their patronage, and so
licit the trade of all new-comers and those
who have not heretofore traded with me,
assuring them that I can give them its
good bargains as can be i,-,d jn the State.
All kinds or Produce taken in exchange
ior goods. Give me a mil and I will guar
antee to give you satis:".i- ion.
, , 7..W NORTON.
liackamas Co., Oregon. Mar. 12, 1575.
fonev ! Monev!
- r ON BY TO LKNI. TV xl'MS OF $500
Oregon City. March '-. S74.
mal3tf .JOIIN.-'J.V A McCOW.N.
fj LOTHIN g
I now offer this stock of Goods
at Trices far below any other
house in the State.
Times are hard and money
scarce and I will jrive every oie
the worth of their money.
I also keep a full assortment
OREGOX CITY 31 VDE
Men 11 i d Iloyi'
A ltd Yarns.
I octlGtf !
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY.
DIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
0 AXvr -1
Dr. J. Walkor's taiiioiiiii
Yincsar Bitters area purely Vc-
etahla prenaration. maila cmci.y f:o:;a
the native herbs foam! on tins lcer
rp.Kes of the Sierra Nevada mountain.
of California, thfs medicinal pTo-.v::cj.
of wliieh are etrncted therelrom with
out the use ot Alcohol. Tlis que: Ho:i
js almost daily n&ci, '"VrJ:at is t.:
cause of this inpar.llUa succor oi
Vinegar UrxTF.rs ? " O.r r.us-.ver 1?,
that they remove the ca;i3 ot di.icaie,
an.l tho patient r-:covcr $ 1::3 LealLh.
They are the ft;
a lilc-pivii: p- i:
valor and Inr r
y . R I'Ji'f'.'; ic-ir.o-
,t-:- 1 -l thr: rrtt-rs.
; , t-;' t1!'! vvfrrhl
1 -.;i-;;:k1o.1 por,
rlr.il !j U;-.lLlie3 of
in 1:c::1l:i ; t!ia tick
Tiiev are n pfontl.?
- c-.-sing th s r.-iua
of every tiiscas.
Purgati ve as v. ell as a Tonic, relieving
Congestion or Inilauimatlou of the
Liver ami Visceral Orgaus, ia Ulliouj
The properties of Dr-AVjo-KEP.'s
VrsEC.An ?ittf.rs are Aperient, Dia-
phoreM'e, Nutritious, Laxative, Diu
retic. S ilrttiv, Counter-irritant, llu-
'ive, en 1 A-
'ratcSlll i 2:(;t;ahC!s proelnim
Yi:n:r.AH Uitteks tne most woraerlul
Invigorant that vcr sustained the sink
No person can lal:e these
TJlltei'S according to diieetions, and
remain long unwell, provided thoir
bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair.
liilions, lieiiiiUent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in the vulleys of our great
rivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the. 'Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, T.-nnsssce,
Cumbrlaiu., Arkansas, P.cd. Colorado,
Urazos, Ilio Grande, Pearl, Alabama,
M"obile, Savannah, Eoanoko, Jan)cs,
and many other.-:, with their vast trib
utaries, throughout our entire country
during the Snmn-cr and Autnr.m. and
remarkably eo durir.g seasons of un
usual heat' an J dryness, are invariably
accompanied by extensive derange
ments of the s oraach mid liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful iuiluencij upon these va:ioua
organs, ii essential. Theie is no
cathartic for ths purpose, equal to
Dr.. J. Walkee's Vinegar DiTii.r.t5, u.
they' will speedily rcuovo the dark
colored viscid mutter with which tha
bowels are loaded, r.t the Eaiue time
stimuLiliug the yecretio-s of tl-.o liver,
and generally restoring the hccl-.hy
l'usietions of the digestive, organs.
Fortily the bo.ly K.iiisst
disease by puiif-ing nil iU fluids
with the BrrTi.r.s. No cpidensie cr.-s
take hold of a system thus lore-armed.
Dyspepsia or JiMli;:etiiitt,
Headache, pi.iu in th-3 Sho-:l.lcv: ,
Coughs, Tightness cf the C'!i('f,f, Diz
ziness, Hour Kructalions cf the r-tc-mach,
D.ul Taste in the Mouth, bull
ous Attacks, Pali:at"on ci" il-.e Heart,
Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in tho
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred
other painful symptoms, r.rj the olV
springi of Dyspepsia. One botilo will
prove a better guarantee cf its mcrita
than a lengthy advertisement.
Sero'iihi, v.r Itiii's Evil,
VVliito Swolliugs Ulcer:, Erysipelas.
Swell-1 Neck. Goilr -, Scrofulous In
flammations, M"ercurial affections, Old
Sores,. Ernjitions cf the Skin, Bc.ro
Eyes, etc. In these, a; in r.ll other
constitutional DLcafe;, Dit. "Walkee'3
Vinegar Hitters havo 1 hov.-n their
great curative powers in tho most
obstinate and intractable ca;cs.
Forlnfianimatory cr Chron
ic IiJieilinalisiil, Gout, Pnlious,
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
Diseases of tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys
and Lladder, these Bitters havo no
equal. Such Diseases aro cruised by
Slechn n ieal Diseases. Per
sons engaged in Paints and Minerals,
such as Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold
boaters, and Miners, as they advanca
iu lite, are subject to paralysis of tha
Bowels. To guard against this, taka
Dr. "Waxkeb '5 Vinegar Bitters.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Ebeum, Blotches, Spots,
Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles,
Ringworms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes,
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration
of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of
the Skin of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up amd carried out of
- the system in a short time by the uso
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and otlier Worms,
lurking in tho system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, noanthelminitics will 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 Yiliated Dlood
whenever you find its impurities burst
ing through theskiu 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
foelings will tell you when. Keep tho
blood pure, and the health of the sys
tem will follow.
It. II. McUOXAI.D &, CO.,
rrnistB ft Qeu.Axts.. sau Frauciico. CaHfor
nia. oor. of Whasiugtoa & Charlton Stn..N.Y.
Sold by all Driifjrjists and Dealers.
On the McKinzio Kiver. Lane Co., Oregon.
A CIIARMIXG SUMMER RESORT.
riTIIESE PPRIN'GS ARE LOCATED
.JL about fift.v-ilv miles ea--t of Eugene
City, and within four mih-s of the colebrat
ed Big Prairi" of the MeKinzi". They aro
within a few hundred yards of Hors ( reek
oneofth most famous trout streams in
Oregon. Deer and eTk are very plenty near
these Sprin-js, having bicn the resort for
affes of these animals. The grandest and
most 1 icturesque scenery of thr North Pa
cific. I have the host buildings and tho
!est necomniodatinns of anv Springs in
this part of the State. My bath housp is
new, and is constructed with reference to
the wants of thnst visiting hip from th
valley. I also have an excellent vapor
oath room constructed near the head of
the Spring, and in all things, I j ropos to
keep up with the demand lor an institu
tion of this kind.
tA,?,epei'ienSd Pl-Vlclnn in attendance
at all times. Board nd Lodging -in good
style for those who prefer it. Animals can
be pastured for small cost, and b - perfect
ly safe - A. N. FOLEY,
may 6 .-tf - - . . proprietor.
$5 $20 9gZT9: "Te
Ifebly G. STINSOXA Co., Portland,M9
THE NEW. IMPROVED
Tid3 Feed and E:ic!c Teed.
Tr.z lic!:te:t nuKKir.-G, r.iocTcin-
TLE, V.CZ1 CACiLY CPCRATED
CEVIXG MACHINE HI THE UARKCT.
I! tiero is a TLOBZZXZ HACZIITS
w;t!iia co tjoasaal n2s3 of San Traa
c::xa tot vc.-klz tcU, I nil Hz it v7i'Ji
out cspsaso to the owner.
ITo. 10 ITev? LLntsornsry Street,
CUAKZ) HOTEL ECILDIXG,
.31. C. ATilEY. Oregon City,
Enterprise 15uiiding, Agent.
IMPERIAL-, ftj ILLS,
LaSocque, Savior & Co.
Keep constantly on hand for sale Klour,
Middlings, Ulan and Chicken 1-ecd. Parties
purchasing feed must furnish the sack.
Town Lots for Sale.
XTOTTCEI.SCJIVENTO AI-I. TEKOXS
desirous 01 purchasing Town l ots in
the County addition to Ureyon C it y, Clack
nrnas county Oregon, that are now oiird
ly Clackamas count. , that application lor
the pur-hasj will bo received by the t 1' rk
In vacation of the l ounty Court, and tie' ed
upon by the Court in trrni time, and value
placed on the lots to be sold.
J. M. KRAZF.R,
Jan. 12 1ST5. County citrk.
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;..! ihv.wv. of lit ' .. "il, : !I !' vH.-h,
,vhi-n or.-.i- v ir. I'.S i cr.'C, l't;t i the f:i-vr.nitt-f.it
t -;.e, r:. beu-t-u j-o.---.'.i.-:il. This.
- Ci-im: " e:-!.! : t:e p..i -; ; :' iL:oi, ami
j-;i;i-e-i.i-.'.;l!v r-. . t!-.e 'i : '. ; :. It is ;:n hi.
v.ilua'i!.? piM:ci-t: a ti !.!:. r:.u!s ;:::d person
ii;iv-.!'.i rr . t:i:'t---i.:i iiv i.--: !i:i;T in the mala
l i ; ii! ::' -. 1 i" t - ri o iii:::liv or diiiiy
v, hi;-' e I ! ihe i'.re'-ti'i::, ihni. will be cx
erete'l f.Vnn ii '.- :e..i, 1 4:.nisot .ccitmulr.t
;-. sii -,i Me::: (ii.::i-.it v to ripen iat.i lisere.
il'j:ii-e it ! evi-;i :,io!f v:iia;:ii!e for iiretectiea
t ri-.i nui!--; l 1' -.- . ;. i eve;-MilVcr f'"oui Julcr-i;ittei--
it'tii.-v ;xv t:i t:::.-;ii;t-lves ol the protee-ti'-.n
this rc-MiCiiv -rii -.
for J,i i-ri' fori ul.-riiit. ftri-ing ti oin torpid
i'.v of be l.ivev, it i - nn c-v'-eiient remedy, stim-v.hitia-;
tiie Liver into heaiiliy activity, and pro-du'-iag
ni.i-.iv f.-r.iv rcfiMi-'t-lc -.iuc3. where
otacr ni;a:?iici f.;!i.
Dr. J. C. AYES & CO., Lnv. cii, Jfass.,
I'rrtctii'l tn:l Anf'Tffimf Cie-tiistn,
AND SOLD -4LL ROUND THI! WOULD.
I'jiTuii, Si.oo n:it r.oTTT.r:.
For restoring- to Gray. Hair iti
natural .Vitality and Color.
A tl res-iii
cXip-A once agreeaoie,
. -;r-5-.V.V 1 1.1... .
. - :( fr.-r-'.-.i " n ui,), ;i n w
't-''-v- 1- c.icccuai lor
fgg'si 'nitSitSSi invccrvimr the
rS-r C )t.vr, IC'JV tiiti
gloss and f resit ncss of fmti. Thii;
hair is thickened, falling hair checked.
and haldne?3 often, though not ulway-,
cured hy its use. otliin'Lj can restore
the. hair where tho follicles aro de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed; but such as remain can he
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so that a n:-v
giowth of hair is produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean ami vigorous.
Its occasional uce will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling o!f, and
consequently prevent baldness. The
restoration of vitality it gives to tlio
scalp arrests and prevents the forma
tion of dandruff, which is often to un
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make
some preparations dangerous and inju
rious to tho hair, tho Vigor can only
benefit but not-harm it. If wanted
merely for a 1IAIU DRESSING,
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nflr dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lats
long on tho hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
J Prepared by Dr. J, Ct Ayer & Co.)
.rrr.rtical and Analytical Chemists, ' -
LOWELL, 3IASS. .
JFXi ' t - a ii-ur. jc soon
td:':i--j?t- to itt or ta tnal
RADIVAY'S KEADY RELIEF
CtRES THE "U'OIIST PAIXS
in From One to Twenty Minutes.
not one norm
after readin;; this advertisement need any
one sutr r with pain. RAD WAY READY
RELIEF is a sure cure lor every pain. It
was the first and is
Tho Oalj- PaisKcnmty v
that instantly stops the most excruciating i
pains, allays Intlaination, and euros .'on
jontions, whether 01 the Lungs, Stomach,
Lowels, or other glands or organs, by one
application, in from One to Xweatv Min
utes, no maitcr how violent or excniciat- ,
incthe pain, the Rheumatic, rcd-ridUen, '
Innrm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic, or
prostrated with disease may suiter,
KAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
will afford instant case.
Inflamationot the Kidnevs.
, .inllaniat ion of the Bladder.
Incarnation of the Lkmvl.s.
(.'ouir-'st ion of the Lungs.
bore Throat, Dinieult rjatliinjjr.
, ... . Palpitation ol the Heart.
njan-nra, lrolip, JDVj tliena.
told Chills, Asrue Clnlls.
Ihe application of the Kejuly Relief to
the pari or parts atfoc-ted where tlie pain
or dilllculty exists will afford ease and
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water
will in a lew moments eur.i Cramps,
Sj asms. Hour Htomach, Heartburn, sieU
lieadaene, Diarrhea, DvRentery, Coli'r,
Wind in mo Lowels, and ail internal pains.
'1 ravelcrs should always carry a bottle of
Ruiiivuy'A licudy llt-iit-f witli them. A
fov drops in water will prssx-nt sickness or
pains iroin chango of wate r. It is better
tiian Erench Uraiidy or liittcrs as a stim
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever and Aijue cured lor fifty cents.
There is not a r ."-medial agent in tne world
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er Malarious, Killious, Scarlet, 'iyphoid,
Yellow, aim oilier Fevers (ae.dcd by RAD
WAY'S l'ILl so quick as RAD WAY'S
READY' RELIEF, l iny cents i-t r boitle
Sold by Druggists.
HEALTH fBEAUTY ! !
Strong and pure rich Blood increase ol
Flesh and weight cl-ar skin and beauti
lul complexion secured to all.
has made the most astonishing cur;-s;so
qiucK, so ra; id ar the changes the body
urid; rgo(-s, und -r t he inlhif-nceof t his truly
w onueriul .Medicine, tiiat i-vo.v day an in
crease in licsh and weiglit is s.'en and feil.
TI1R GREAT BLOOD Pl IUFiElt.
Every drop of the Sarsjjai-lllian Resol
vent communicates through tlie lilood.
S.veat, Urine and ot licr lluii.s and juic-s ol
tlie stcm th'- vigor of inc. lor it repairs
tlie wastes ol the body with new and sound
material. Scrofula, Syphilis, von sump
tion, (Jl.indu ;ar !if :-..-;, Ulcers in the
i'hroat, Mouth, In mors, Nf ties in the
U In rids and other parts ol the system. Sore
V-s, Strumous Lisehfu-g- s iroin the Ears,
.him i in; nvi.-i u'i iiisui Div I ii i is -as s, i-.ru p
tions, Fever sores, Seaid iiead, King Worm
sntt Rheum, Erysipelas, Ac-n -, 1 laeliSpots
Worms in the l l-.-sii, 'iumors, cancers in
t he Womb, and all weakening and ) .-.inlul
discharges, Night Nwvit, Loss of Sperm,
and all wastes of thf lile prmeiple, art-
ithin the curative rang" oi this wood- r
of Modern L hemistry, and a few tih i;-;
will prove to any person using it lor either
ol thse loruis oi Uisrns.' us otent power
In c ire them.
If the atient, ilailj- becomes rc-ducrd by
the wastes and d -com; osirion that is coil
tinunlly rtgr -ssing. succeeds in arresting
thesj wastes, and rej:iirs th- same with
ii" w material mad-.; iroui h-; It liy l;looci
and this the S.i rsparillia u will and riri-s
'-cur". Isot only' tlo-.-s I lie Sarsp.rriilian
R solvent excel all knoun remedial
Tgenis in the cur- of hrtmie, Sc-n -in Ions,
'oris! it utionai, and Skin diseases ; but it is
t he only i os. live cur ." lor
Kidney and IJi&t'.t'cr C'l.-mv'aitsfs,
Urinary and Womb diseas- s. (ijav 1, Li.-i-b.-'tes.
Dropsy, .Stop; ag" of W'ati r, Inconti
n -nee ol Inn:', 1 right's Dis.;as- Altumi
nurl.i, and in all eass v, her.' thrre are
brick-tlust deposits, or t he vafrr is thick.
i. iii'i'.i.i , imiavii wiui i,r. ;i iM'es I1K' ine
white of an egg, or t hr.-ads IiIjo v. hite s'l ',
or there is a n.oilji..', darrf, billious pi ar
:nee, and whiLe L')ii,Ci.f:. deposits, unA
when thtre is a prk-uing, buminjf sensa
tie'i wli n passing ii;in-,iuiu pain in thf
mnll of th; Lack and along the loins
Uriee, SI I'-'K
U'oiiJls. Th" onlv known and sure
Remedy for Worrit jf'r.-i, 'Ja.r, (tc.
I'umr. s ;T 1:1 I'oai-k' G'l nv. iii C firotl liy
sj 's lit roll c:it.
I.;i:vr:.;t.i-, Mass., Julv IS, IMX.
Dr. Rauva y : I i.a vi! had U!-,riaii Tu
mor in tlie ovaries and bowels. All ti-e
doctors s i il " t her" v. as no heln lor it " I
fried everything tiiat wps r 'i-o'mnn't;'u.-(i
but nothing li 1; ed m. I s-r,v vot;r Resol
vent, a nd thought 1 would (rv i't : I-ut, iiad
uolaitn in it, b cans,' i Ii.ul snfrr-d lor
twelve years. 1 took six Lotties ol th- Re.
solvent, ami one box. of Kadwa-.'s I'iJ'
I nd two Lottl-'s of your R- :uiv R- ii- i n',,'
there is not a sign ot tumor to be s -en or
:elt, and I le b It r, smarter, and han- i r
than I have tor twelv ve;lrs. ; t ors'
rumor we.s in th"l"it siiie ,,t the b,o-v-ls
over the groin, i v. rite this to ou lor tl "
b -neia ol others, on can i ti; lish it it
you choose. HANNAH I. KNAi'i.
3 I J . 12 A 13 WAY'S
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,
perfectly tastel.-ss, cl.-ganiiy cont' d with
sw -et gum, purge, regulate, , cleanse
and str.-iigthen. Rud way's F.h's lor the
cur- ot ail disord-rs .,: the Stomach, l.iv, r
ti,SlS . ileadaciii', l onstipation, tos!iv
ness, Inc ig -siion, Dyspe; sia, L.iiiousncss
li.lhous l ever, ii.llaininat.o.., oi th- l.o-.:
els lu-s and ail l ranp-i.iMits ot the
Internal isct-m. Warrant. ,1 to ai.Vct a
positive cur I'ur.-l.v Veg- ta ble, contain
uru"" "H rtur-" ' "inerais, or deleterious
,,'i&JVrv0 Un- f""winff svmi toms re
sulting ironi Disnrtl-rs oT th-- Digestive
r7?"1-:.1 '"?f!tir. Inward l-iieS, I-Hlliies.
ol tlie blood in the IP ju!, Aeid.t v ol the
tomach , Naus-a. ileartcurn. Disgust nl
I- ood iuUtiess or Weight in tlie stomach
BUp;ro!,"8' linking or 1-lutt, ring ai
the I it ol the stomach, swim iniiiir i the
II- ad, Hurn-d and dillkult Lrcathin
Muttering at the Heart, i hoUing or Sum.!
eatings nsations wln-n in a Lving IV.sti-r,'
Dimnoss ot vision, Dots or eLs hetore the'
sight, hever, Dull Pain in tho nnd Defi
ciency or Perspiration, Yello w-.ess of tho
SKin and Eyes, Pain, in the Sic.., t-h"Jt
ingVn h'.'e Flesh!'"'1' 1-"lusUvs ot lleat' "ur:
A lew ti,)s -sirHa(Uv.-iy-s Pills will free
orepVSt;VT IronlaI1 above named
Drugg;sf?''C0 ':', CVUlS 11 r Lox-
iti'i" li?lsr an1 Tn,-" Rf"' "no lr tter
nnl v- HaJ"'.!tv, '- No- ST Maid-n
l.ane, -Nov York. Iniormation worth
thousands will be snt vou
July 2, 1S71 :ly
Thesrnnrla.M 'rtlTVoi- C'nt.o-i,, j.
cenuine nnin t t'bunt. None
still n the field:
REMOVED SEGOu'D DQG3 SC'JTli OF
WILLIAMS & HARDIFJG,
; AT THE'
KEEPTHE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to bo found In the
j city. All goods warranted. Ooods delivered
In the city free of charge. The highestcash
j Vrice paid for countrv produce. , . -Oreoa
City, March CS.1S73,
fc-- ' . v.-'VV. V- -;:';.i- SZL.
bv Sktii W ' Ftrvi l V 1UTTS- Prepared
Irincitff, .-.i i . "tu tV ' o.. san
I COfcbiy -' uaH-rs generally.
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OREGON CITY, : OREGON.
7E ahe rni:i'Ar.Eb to kxixt:e
in fact all hinds of ircrli done a In rrir.ti: "
Oflice, at . "
A L I. KLDS OF
constantly on hand, and for sale at as lof
a rrico as can be had in the State.
Work Solid cd
A X D
Oreson City, March 21, 1373-tf.
A GEMS FOR THE ESTEEF E1SE.
The follovrinfr persons are nuthorizpdlo
act as a nts lor the Exteri-kisje ;
eo. I. Howell & Co., 10 I -ark I'.oiv, "cw
r.CT,,XVctherlll,t Co., COT Chestnut street
Abbott A Co., No. and El Xassau sir- cl
N'w ork. .
Fortland.Urcgcn jj s.irnurl
san rrancisco... ;
t. Unions, tViHimbia countv S. .. .i;il'
Astoria, Clatsop count v ."..a. 1 n
al"m .1 1 . Wjlii;.n:
Marrisbur j. ji. ,-itntti
I.af:iyett", amhill countv J.Lr'er2iiMn
Iallas, Polk countv " Lave Hoinif s
Kola " i 1 to! r
J a e U so n v i 1 1 1 i . K . H i n n n
I .en ton count v . A. W'ehs
Corvallis Hon. John 1 urmtt
Canyon Citv,e.rant to 1'. I a'fll
Albany A. S. Arnold
Dallas', Wasco county,...".". N. 11. -n;s
I.atirandf , lTnion countv . 1,1
Pendleton, Umatilla count v s. V.Knex
Rosebur'' Hon. I.I.I ane
i l T : nntnlTUC
( J.'h! i:;ii;'n
ille Hon. K. I. Koi-ciray
I II J II "
: V ... i . nr
En-lo Crek ImnK "-J"2 '
Hardins's Cart. Z. C.
Ixwcr .ATohilla !orJ"ilr
iMWoi.bir. iiin Tincn'" r-rl
I 11 ' ' , fc. ............. .........WX.... - " , .
Osw-po J.John Eoeie
ITppeV Molalla ....W. H. Vaus"an
S. ACKEIOIAN & RR0.,
which thv v ill pay' (he highest mpm
price in CASH.
Oregon Citv, Apri!2f 1ST?-, tf