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OREGON CITY, OKEm aCPT. 10, 1S75.
Plax Culture in Oregon.
The Portland Bulletin.
Soma time sinue wo published a
number of articles iu relation to flax
culture ia this '.State, which seems to
Lave attracted some attention in the
East. Wo have just received the fol-
0vring correspomlenoo from "Mr.
William "Watson of Brooklyn, New
York, together with samples of jute,
: hemp etc.:
To the IJcrxETix: The New York
Times of the 5th had a slip from the
Bulletin, on "Flax In Oregon,"
which prompts me to sibJ you
."WII.VT I KNOW ABiJIt FL.VX"
In tle hope of deepeiVg the inter
est in Oregon in this Vstly impor
tant vet grossly neglected product.
Since arriving here, five years ago,
from Aberdeen, Scotland (being an
exp3ri-?n?od practical linen manufac
turer) , I hive been trying to reach
the bottom facts" answering the
nno?inn. " V h v don't America raise
its own ilax aud weave its own lin
ens?" Thesis, I believe, are now all
in rar hands, and what the mower
and l'vaoer did for wheat, the puller
and decorticator are destined to do
In 1373, throughout the world,
there were over three million acres
in llax, of which Itussia had oie
lialf, or one million six hundred
thousand acres, whilst the United
'States had sixty-one thousand two
hundred and four acres, or less than
half of "Onld Ireland," which had
one hundred and twenty-nine thou
sand four hundred and thirty-two
acres. Three counties in Ulster
Djrrv, D)wn and Tyrone together
had four thousand and eighty more
acres in il ix titan the entire United
States. Ireland barely contains
twenty-one million acres, wherea3 in
1370, the United States had four
hundred and eighty million acres,
two hundred and eighty millions of
which were unimproved.
2. In 1S70, thirty-threo States in
the Union raised over twenty-seven
million pounds ilax, the bulk of
which wa3 sacrificed by being "dev
iled" into flax "moss" for uphol3ter's
uses, instead of hair. Instead of
this, had it been properly "iixed"
for manufactifre, the Unite! States
I'inual expenditure of- nearly S'jO,
0:)D,0D0 for flix and its; manufacture
newest and nst mac.iines in the
world. The Northwestern Flax As
sociation, Colnnibn?, Oiiio, report
(lSuS) that flax was tho most profita
ble crop raised in Morrow county,
Ohio, where it gave 8-17 08 per acre,
or a half more than corn $17 00, and
three times as much as oats (S'J).
The entire wheat crop of the United
States in 1373, only averaged $11 53
3. Dnring the past twenty years
the United States expjnded $331,
000,00!) in llax and its n anufactures,
all of which could ani1 should have
been provided by the United States,
domestic linens from domestic fl ix.
4. During the last Swenty years,
America more than idoubled its
w heat exports to EnAvnd, whilst
llussia decreased morrlian one half.
In 18l5I,(nine montlis;(j.iaerica con
tributed 53 per cent, of England's
entire wheat imports', or nearly six
times more than Russia, which "only
Rent 11 per cent. America also re
ceived 7 per cent, morv for Its wheat
than Russia, fully demonstrating the
superiority of America over Ru ssian
5. "Wheat 1 in 1 is best for raising
flix. Amrrija makes no c'Tort to se
cure a slice of England's flax trade
worth 310J.033.OJ3 per annum, bnt
annually buys millions of dollars of
raw flax of Russi i and its manufac
tures of England. When will this
suicidal importation cuse? Amer
ica excels Russia in wheat; it could
also surpass Russia and flood the
world with llax.
G. There are thousands of intelli
gent Irish and Germans in the Unit
ed States whose dormar.t knowledge
of flix culture might be utilized
through a flax supply association, as
ia Ireland. Vlifn wilj there be or
ganized in New York
TXI5 rWX Sfi'l'LV ASSOCIATION OF
7. M mifestlv, the advantages ac
cruing from the above coarse would
be: 1 Extend the agricultural in
terests of the c wintry. 2 Recluim
tho waste land in tho United States.
3 S'ait the idle nvujhiuo in New
York etc. 1 Give wr. k to the 70,
0)3 unemployed in " New York.
o I luce strikes und hard times
among t!io "tilings that
Give specie payments, in the IVesi
dent's onlv sure method " of male
wa3 nearu twenty years ago
"To tho West, to tho West, to the land
ot the free.
Where the mighty Missouri rolls dow n
lo tae sea
Spoliation of the Public Lands.
During the last fourteen years of
Itepnulican rule, Congress voted
away the most valuable portion of
of the public domain to railroad cor
porations and in other ways. Of
the vast empire which was regarded
as one of the great sou res of national
wealth, aud as a permanent attrac
tion for immigration, there remains
out a comparatively small amount
By a system of corrupt legislation
without parallel, these rich lands
were distributed among speculators
ana monopolists, who bv means of
the Credit Moluler and other fraudu
lent combinations, shared the spoils
with tho Senator nnd Representa
tives that serve 1 as their agents and
1 istruments in the pin ider
f riTthiS- ftl1- Tb' Apartment
of the Interior, under Delano has
augmented the wealth of these' cor
porations to the extent of millions
of acres by venal decisions against
all precedent, which not only reo
pened condemned and smuioas
claims, but have driven thousands
-r Tvtle,rS fr0m the "steads
oenefit of infamoo3 Rinc-3.
might have been materidly reduced
2ov this can be easily!! ocompushed
through the 11 ix nulle f Tvler. and
il - -- . 1 .(I ft F .1
uio uecorui.ai.or in vjjfuanc ii
mg tno exports pay fothe mipoi
Turn again tho tidllof imtnigi
tion to our shores! by ec
through Europe a miV.tier cry
The Democratic State Platform.
The Democratic party of Oregon m
S:ate convention assembled, proclaim
the following propositions of political
faith ;:ml action :
1. Unfaltering devotion to the car
dinal principles of Republican govern
ment, as declared anil put into practi
cal operation by the Fathers of the Re
public. 2. The preservation of the general
government in the proper exercise of
the powers delegated to it in the Con
stitution, carefully and strictly con
strued, and the maintenance, inviolate
of the several States of the Union in ail
their rights, dignity and enuality, as
the most competent and reliable ad
ministrators of their own domesticcon
cerns, and the surest bulwark against
the tendency toward a centralized des-
P3.1S Opposition to aggression by either
department of the government upon
the functions of any other and to the
exercise of federal authority of any of
the rights or powers reserved by the
constitution to the States respectively,
or to the people.
4. That every attempt on the part of
the Federal government to exercise
an V powers not delegated to it, and es
pecially every interference by the gov
ernment or "any of its departments,
with the local affairs of any State, or
with the rights of the people thereof
to choose their own representatives, is
an act of usurpation which should bo
repudiated and condemned by every
friend of constitutional liberty.
f. Wedeniand retrenchment, reform
and the most rigid economy in the ad
ministration of every department of
the government ; the honest payment
of the debts, the sacred preservation of
the miblic faith; strict accountability
ot nil olliccrs, ami the speedy and im
partial arraignment ot all abuses of
public trust before the tribunals of jus
tice; a zealous care of the rights of
election by the people; the absolute
subordination of the military to the
civil authority. The equal and impar
tial administration of the laws, and the
protection of the rights of all ; freedom
of religion, of the press, and of tho
person, under protection of the habeas
corpus, and trial by juries impartially
t. We protest against the burdens of
a protective tariff, as need less exactions
from a people already intolerably op
pressed by a national debt, and we in-.-it
that the tariff be so regulated as to
provide only sufficient revenue for an
economical administration of the gov
ernment, and not for the purpose of
enriching the few at the expense of the
manv, or fostering one branch of in
dustry to the detriment of another.
7. That the precious metals are the
only basis of commercial values; that
an irredeemable paper currency is a
national curse, and we insist upon the
speedy return by the national govern
ment to specie payments.
8. The institution of the system of
national banks was a fraud upon the
country and an injustice upon the la
boring" classes, and wo demand such
prudent legislation as will gradually
bring this vicious system to a close;
that all currency which may be issued
shall be convertible into coin upon de
mand and be issued directly by the
t. That the treaty letween the Unit
ed States anil China shall be so modi
fied as to apply solely to commercial
10. That we condemn the party in
power, only for its contempt of constitu
tion il obligations, but for extravagant
partisan and corrupt administration of
ihe federal government; for its reck
less expenditure and profligate waste
of the people's money; for its oppres
sive, unjust and defective system of ti-naiv.-e
aud taxation; for the perver
sion of the functions of the general gov
ernment to enrich the great corpora
tions at the expense of the people; for
he jobbery and frauds which have
brought reproach upon democratic in
stitutions; for the iniquities of the pro
tective system: for the curse of an in
convertible paper money; for its dis
graceful diplomatic service and unfit
appointments and continuance in office
of incompetent and corrupt men at
home and abroad; for its attempt to
pass an unconstitutional force bill, and
for a catalogue of other enormities
which have rendered that organization
oltciisivo to and subversive of the lib
erties of a free people.
11. That corporations are the crea
tures of law; their functions ami priv
ileges are granted to subserve
the public interests, and when
they are not used for the object of their
creation, but for purposes ot oppression
nut extortion, we declare it to ue me
right and duty of the legislative power
to regulate and control such corpora
tions for tho public good.
12. That we disapprove all measures
in the interest of monopolies against
labor, and therefore we approve of the
declared principles and sympathies
with tho avowed objects of the order
known as tiie Patrons of Husbandry,
and with those of all other orders hav
ing for their object, retrenchment and
retonn in public affairs and the social
advancement of the people.
15. That we are in favor of laboring
to secure judicious appropriations from
Congress 'for tho purpose of improving
our harbors along the western and
northern boundaries of our Slate, and
we demand that our representatives in
Congress shall use their best efforts to
secure the aid of the general govern
ment fr the free navigation and im
provement of the Columbia river, by
the construction of locks at the Cas
cades : the improvement ot the lllain-
ette andCoiuill rivers; thy construc
tion of the Portland, Dalles and Salt
hake and Winuemueea Railroads, and
the early completion of the Oregon and
California Railroad from Roscburg to
the State line.
11. That the policv of tho Republi
can party in dealing with the Indian
tribes is impolitic ami unwise; that the
time has arrived when the few Indians
now occupying the Umatilla, Grande
Ronde and Siletz reservations should
be removed to some other locality, and
thus open up to settlement by the
whites some of the richest portions of
1. That we invite the hearty co-operations
nf all persons, whatever may
have been t!iir past political affinities,
to unite with us in carrying out the
principles herein enunciated.
In th- Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
tor tiv ountv ot Clackamas
ELIZA PARSONS, PUT,
ALONZO PAItsOXS. Deft.
To Alunzo Pr ions, said defendant. :
TJN TIIE NAME OK TIIK STATE OI-
l un'jon : ion are herebv required to
appear and answer the complaint liled
against you In the above entitled suit bv
the first day of the term of said Court 'fol-
""ii-'ine expiration or six weeks from
the lirst publication of this summons : said
iiri publication bein on the :'td dav of
j ui, 1.-1,1 ; ana u you tail to answer said
complaint, tho plaintiir will applv to the
Court tor ihe relief demanded therein
which is for a dissolution of the marriage
contract existing letn.n i.u!ni;T .? i
defendant her in. and for the custody of
,Bv o'AProi "on."K.- I- -Shatfuek, Judge
L.T.' P. A KIN.
Julr22:w8 Attorney for Plaintiff.
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
L the Tavery stable on Ki:h str tior,..Jon
v. u i , vi ts'iii, wjii viiiHHiti iy on Hand
Sn-I '.lnninl I?isrg'jr Horses,
Iirir". Cairiagennil Hacks.
He will also run a hack to and from tho
W1LK0IT SODA SPRINGS
during the summer season, with eood
uursivmmpi'u;iiiaiia .arennem amy drivers
TAKE AT LIVING BATES.
J. M. FRAZER, Proprietor.
Oeffoa City. May 27. 1S73.
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest pricesfor
and all kindsof
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE"
I will sell ns low ns any house In Oregon for
CAST! Oil ITS EQUIVAT.KNT
n Good Merchantable Produce.
I am selling very low for
C SSI m HARD,
CASH PAID FOR COnTVORDE RS.
Give ma a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21. 1S73.
STILL IN TIIE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to be found In the
city. All goods warranted. Goods delivered
in the city free of charge. The highestcash
urice paid for country produce.
Orecora City. March 28, 1870.
Onlthe IIcKinzie (River. Lane Co., Oregon.
A CHARMING SIMMER RESORT.
THESE SPRINGS ARE LOCATED
about fifty-five miles east of Eugene
City, and within four milesof theeolebrat
ed l'.ig Prairie of the McICinzie. They are
withinafew hundred yards of Horse Creek
one of the most famous trout streams in
Oregon. Deer and elk are very plenty near
these Springs, having ben the resort for
ages of these animals. The grandest and
most picturesque scenery of the North Pa
cific I have the best buildings and the
best accommodations of any Springs in
this part of the Slate. My bath house is
new, and is constructed with reference to
the wants of those visiting me from the
valloj-. I also have an excellent vapor
bat h room constructed near the head of
the Spring, and in ail things, I proposo to
keep up with tho demand lor an institu
tion of this kind.
An experienced physician in attendance
at all times. Hoard and Ixxlging in good
style for those who prefer it. Animals can
bo pastured for small cost, and be perfect
ly sfe. A. N. FOLEY,
Th standard rmedv for Conch", In
naenz, Sore Throat, Wl,oojyinn Oouah,
Croup, I.ifrr Conijfaint. Jironchifi.t, Jjrt
in'7 ofthr L.unrjx, and everv affection ofthe
jhroat. Lungs and Chest, including Con
sumption. lVUtar'i BaUnm ofWil.l Cherry does
not dry up a cough, but loosens it, cleanses
tne Lumrs, and allays irritation, thus re
mottntf the caute of the complaint. None
genuine unless signed I. Prrrs. Prepared
hi S"" U ' Fowi-R & Sons, Boston. Sold
by HEnpiN-oTox. IlosTKTTF.-t & Co.. San
Tv.!loJ?co' nnl b-v dealers nerallr.
N'OTICE TS HEREBY
"n niliriirnrH ho-.
;LiK:r' T, - i pointed
ionA.A. i I . '"""Star "r "avid smith.
fef1, by tho Ho-i. iv.,--tv Court of
f. il"" ounr. Stater,- i -r-MTOn There
.leht Lp-7rns know''1-' ' 1 mselve. in
Immili! ",ate are no!fledtomake
said e.t ii navmecMinu against
hr Win rrpnt them to me within
months fmm tki. i . l
Administrator of the estate of
Oreso, City JUI?ith-
C0URT2SY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
CHAS. EC. C-TJiniEL3D,
. , DEALER IX
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'
Iiose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Ribbons, Laces and Insertions, .
Embroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, fcc
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AN0 CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys
Which have bee selected with special care for this market and cannot
BE SURPASSED IN QUALITY OR PRICE.
THE HIGHEST MARKET. PHlCli PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE,
March 13, 1873 :if
A UCTIION A XD COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Cornier of Front !t Oak ta., Portland
Of Real Estate, Groceries, General Mer
chandise and Horses.
SAIiE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday
A. B. UICHAHDSOX.
At Privs&tc Ssilc.
English Kefined Bar and Bundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast
Steel, Horse Shoes, Hasps,
Hheet Iron, R.
A large assortment of Groceries and Liq
uors. A. B. RICHARDSON,
Jan. 1. lS7J-tf. Auctioneer.
J. P. DAVIES.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
FIRE-PROOF STOXE BUILDING,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.
Liberal Advancrs Made oil Consigiirarnts.
July 21, 1874 :ly
DESIRES TO INFORM TIIE CITIZENS
of tJreon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A Ximble Six Pence it Better than a Slow
I have Just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one of the
ARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK Of GOODS
ever before offered In this city ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Pry Goods.
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy No-
Rope, Faming tlons of Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Paper, etc..
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
ever offered in this market, and was seleted
with especial caro for the Oregon City trade.
All of which I now oiler for sale at tho
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the ladles, or any one-else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods lor
I am Determined to Sell Cheap and not to
allow myself to bo
UNDERSOLD IN TIIE 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 t rade. Come one and all
and see for yourselves that the old stand of
THOMAS CHARM AX
cannot be beaten In quality or price. It
would be useless for me to tell you all the
advantages I can oiTer you in the sale of
froods, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is
Come, and Scr.and Examine for Yourselves
for I 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,
Iiegal Tenders and County Scrip taken at
market rates. . THOS. CHARMAN.
"50,000 lbs wool wanted bv
A. C. WALLINC'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
Pittoelc's Bnllflinjr Corner or fStark
and Front Streets. , ,
BLANK BOOKS RULED AND BOUND
to any desired pattern. Murte book:.
J$ -IZ' 1w';pfPors' -. bound inev-
ar1et7 ot "ty15 known to the trrade.
tendedto Gantry promptly
jj LOTH IN
I now offer this stock of Goods
at Prices far below any other
house in the State.
Times are hard and money
scarce and I will give every one
the worth of their money.
I also keep -a full assortment
Itlen and Eoys'
Clot 111 n
Flan ii -!,
(ill EAT ATTRACTIONS!
AS JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
ever imported to Oregon City, which he
olfers at greatly reduced prices. My stock
Has Jjbeen largely increased and I can
show as handsome a line of ready-made
goods in Men and Roys' Business and
Dress Suits, Coats, etc., as can be found
in the country, and at prices that cannot
fail to satisfv. My
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is filled with a splendid assort ment. of all
the loading styles and fashionable shades
jjXolistirs, I-'rciic-Ii anrtj
A int-ri'. a ii l)ri-ss (iuoili
lirill ia n t i nes,
v j j a inTn" k l s ,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels, of all col
ors. Rlfached and; Unbleached Cotton
Ludic' and Gents1 Vnderwsire,
Klinvls and Scarf,
Hats and Ca ps,
Oil t lotli r.r
Floor a nd Table.
BOOTS and SHOES,
I would call special attention to my
stock of Men's and Roys' San Francisco
Roots, which I have sold for a number of
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 Ixw Prices. Also,
LIVERPOOL AND CAR MAX ISLAND SALT.
Highest Price aid for all kinds of
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Wanted,
for which I shall pay the highest cash
price. ; I.SkLLIXG.
Oregon Citj-, April 22, 1ST5. tf
STATE BOARD OF IMMIGRATION.
I7M3R.TIIE PURPOSE OF AFFORDING
; information to Immigrants and in
tend Emigrants to Oregon, now in foreign
countries and sister States, and for circu
lating such information abroad by this
Hoard, ail persons in this State havine
Farms and Lands for Sale or Rent, or de
sirous of forming Colonies, will please for
ward to this Ronrd as soon as possible de
tailed descriptions of their Farms and
Lands, Location, Price and TrmsofSale
or conditions of renting; and all persons
desirous of obtaining Agricultural or other
Laborers, wi'I please communicate direct
with this Hoard.
Ry Instructions of the Commissioners of
Immigration. WILLIAM REID
olcblm A State Com'r of Immigration.
CAPT. 2. C NORTON'S STORE,
NORTON, Clackamas Co., Oregon.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD AN
notince that he has Just received a
splendid stock of
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Ktc, Ktc.
direct from New York. The stock is the
best, and largest ever brought to a store In
riackamas county, and having purchased
it at greatly reduced prices, is able to sell
it cheaper than goods have ever been sold
I am under obligations to my former
customers for their liberal patronage, and
being able now to accommodate them
better at less prices than ever before, I ask
a continuation of their patronage, and so
licit the trade of all new-comers and those
who have not heretofore traded with nio,
assuring them that I can give them as
good bargains ns can be had in the State.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange
for goods. Give me a call and I will guar
antee to give you sat isfaction.
Clackamas Co.. Oregon, Mar. 12, 1S75.
Money ! Money !
MONEY TO LEND IN SUMS OF $.500
and upwards. '
Oregon City. March 10, 1874.
mal3tf JOHNSON A McCOWN.
, A. NOLTNER
- Oregon crrr,
TEE HEW IMPROVED
Eido Feed and Eack Feed.
THE LIGHTEST RUNNING, (20STCIM
PLE, AND MOST EASILY OPERATED
SEWING MACHINE IN THE MARKET.
Always in Qrdsr and EeaJyfo? Work,
If there is a FLORENCE IIACEEvE
witMa one thousand miles of San Fran
cisco not working well, I will fix it with
out any expense to the owner-
SAMUEL HILL, Agent,
lib. 19 New Montgomery Street,
GRAND HOTEL HCILDING,
31. C. ATHEY. Oregon City,
Enterprise liuihling, Agent.
IMPERIAL F1 ! L L S,
Lallocquc, Savior & Co.
Keep constantly on hand for sale Flour.
Middlings. Ulan and Chicken h eed. Parties
purchasinK feed must furnish the sack.
Town Lots for Sale.
"VOTICE IS GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS
jl desirous of purchasing Town Ixts in
the County addition to Oregon C ity, Clack
amas county Oregon, that are nov owned
by Clackamas county, that application for
the purchase will be received by the Clerk
in vacation of the County Court, and aeled
upon by the Court in t-rm time, and value
placed on the lots to be sold.
J. M. FRAZER.
Jan. 12 1S75. County Cle rk.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief and
cure of all derange
ments iu Ihe Mom
arh, liver, and Ijow-el.-.
't hey arc a mild
npericntj and an
exc ellent purgative,
liei-.i purely vege
table, they contain
ini meivury or mine
ral vi hnievcr. Much
serious sickness and.
MiRerhiz is prevent
ed i'V Hicir timclv
use; and everv familv .-houM have them on hand
for their protection "and relief, when' lcciuhcd.
Long experience has proved ti:cm to be the saf
est, surest, and best ol" nil the I'iH.t with which
the market abounds. IJy their occasional use,
the blood is purilied, the corruptions of the sys
tem expelled, obstrui-'ions removed, and tiie
whole machinery of life re.-tored to it healthy
activity. Internal organs v. hi 'li become clogged
and sluggish are demised by Ajrrv's fills, and
stimulated into nciion. Tim incipient li.-eae
is changed hit-- health, the v:i!i!C of vv h": h charge,
when reckoned on the. vn-t umttiiudes vt I;o enjoy
it, can liardlv bo coinptiie-l. Tlieir sugar coating
makes thenV'': -:.nl to take, uni s-re.-erve.-i llicir
virtue uniisip.iire-i for leugtu el time, fo
that thev pre ever fresh, :";ul j;erl'ect!y reliable.
Although sc.irchiiv-'. thev ,ire uiilil. :;nd operate
without distu ;"u.iu -c t
u- eo:i: ;.lut: j:i, oruicl,
0"cu paii :.
Full I'.i'.'e -!io-i! .". ': u;v-n on t:
" wrapper to
, m hich Uiee
each box, lnv to
and for the fo'lov.i'.v
I'M rapidly cure:
For 'sy yx jU or
Ft phi. Ln?iio;- :v.
liie;n ::s -i i-
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shiiilil be taken mo ! .-. :: ;c
aeh, anI restore :t h
l oi iLt v-i'r "our j!:; -torn.
y it - tisi-.tib-Je the .-torn
tor.- s;nd a-'lien.
.f ::: .1- v:: '.hts syir.r-;.:!:.-.
i ! Clitic :iel 22J!:cii t' s-.
he judieion-iy take:i !'
dit-eased action or rcn:
:-!: ea f. t- eorrecl the
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I'S-urrliiK!!. but en-
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lir-uslv take'i.as i t ,u. e-i
i-T. t;i"ti in 5ic
i:i'-v !:i :': I b:- "utm
I e-1- mi- ii-i-i- d
i.i . its-'.i i-'uauge thu-c
action of the tr: .-(-. .1. it,
com plaints ttis;:ppi-.ir.
1-or Prj;v ::.- vro
they ?ho:i!. be'l ,ki.-:i s.i I.::-.
t pro-in. -e the el.': ; ti.
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taken. a.- it prunjv.i il;- ii
. As" a nf,,fI. r;.'.. ;
proMiote die-tio:i ::.;.i . '.w
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bowels, ic-tiiv-. :'.. a; ;
system. II.-:i :i i.- .
no f-eriou- c;-s:a:j!rv:in-..
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tnlerablv w-!i, ofte t
J'iUs makes huu ic-.-i
clean-t:ig ;-.mi re:;-v;i
f. o Ii
C AY Ki;
!M.K r'.V .V 1 f. !::
Far Diseases of the Throat and Luncs,
6U2h as Coughs, Coids, Whooping
Coiish, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Ameng the jrreat
discoveries of mciiern
science, few arc of
more real value to
jnaukind than this ef
fectual rcine iy lor all
diseases of the Throat
and Lu iijr.' A vast
trial of its virtue,
throughout tlii . and
other countries, has
shown that it . does
surelv ami efTorf n.-illi-
control t'le-.n. The testimony of our best citi
zen', of ail classes, establishes the fact, tht
CiiEitUY Fkctokai, will and does relieve Mid
cure tho atllicting disorders of the Throat and
Lung beyond any other medicine. The most
dangerous utrectious of the Pulmonary Organs
yield to its power; and cases of Consump
tion, cure! by this preparation, are publicly-
known, so remarkable as liardlv to be be
lieved, were they not proven bevoud dispute.
A a remedy h is adequate, on which the public
may rely for full protection. 15v curing Coughs,
the forerunners of more serious disease, it saves
unnumbered lives, and an amount of suflerin
not to ie computed. It challenges trial, and con
vinces the most sceptical, livery family thould
keep it o: hand as a protection against the earlv
an I unperceived attack of Pulmonarv Affection",
which arc easily met at first, but winch become'
incurable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Ten
der lungs need this defence; and if is unwise to
be without it. As a safeguard to children, amid
tae distressing diseases which beset the Throat
mil Chest of childhood, CiucrtnY Pkctoral
is invaluable; : for, by its timely, use, multi
tudes are rescued from premature p-aves, and
saved to the love and affection centred on them.
It acts speedily and surelv against ordinary colds,
securing sound and health-restoring sleep. . No
one will sutler troublesome Influenza and pain
ful Iironchitis, when they kuow how easily
they can be cured.
Originally the product of long, laborious, and
successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil
l spared in making every bottle in the titmost
possible perfection. It may be confidently re
lied upon us possessing all the virtues it lias" ever
exhibited, . and capable of producing cures as
memorabla as the greatest it has ever effected. ,
. . i PREPARED BY . '
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical ChemliU.
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