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o x nTVtngEGfl.?OfTnBEK10,lS73.
There conies a nw.nl li in the wary year
A monia of h-isure and h-althml r.-st ;
Wh-n tne rip" 1 avi s tall. and the air is
Octouer : the brown; the crisp, the blest.
rMr life has little cnnujli of bliss:
O I drag tli da s oith odd leven.
Counting the tim" that shall lead to this
Th" month that op.-ns the hunter's
And oh! for the morning crisp and white,
With th- swi'i'p ol the iiounis ujxjn the
t rack ;
The bi.riv-r..f.i.1 cabin, the carnii-lin-'s
li-ht. . , ,
The br.'UK of t he deer and t hcjrtfie s crack,
Io vou call this trifling? I tell you, friend,
A "lit- in thitl-.r.-.-t is past all praise,
i . .. ,1,. . n ciifil liuillt lie nn eml
You may take my balance o; years and I
For brick an 1 mortar breed fill i and crime,
nd a puis ot evil t hat throws and beats;
ud men urow wit h-r d ix ior t heir prime
With tli" eur-i . naved in oil the lanes
Ami limns are chokvi!. ind s.ioiild'TS are
O In t h" srnot re-ring r-ek of m Ul and iiiin- ;
And l-atli stalks in on the struggling
Put If shins t he shadow oTr-ak and pine.
-( And of all to which th" nirniory clings,
y i h.-r is nau-iit so sv as the sunny
s n ! s
Wher " r.ur shanties stood by the crystal
The vanisai'd hounds and the lue'ey
Q q Frmii Thr Al'linf fur Ortvbrr.
A i-'leet .tlarriajjc.
r,V AX IHIS11MAN.
D I.idy C. was ;t lieautif il woman,
but lady ('. was an extravgant wo
man. SI.c w; still single, though
rather past extreme youth. Ijike
most 7rottv females, she had lookel
to high; had f s t itimt -tl ln-r own
lovelines tint dearlv; and noiv she re
tused to Del;eve that t ie v.as int as i
, o I
charming as ever. .So no wonder she
. .. i - i
still remained unmarried.
fused to believe that the was iiTt as
Ladv ('. had but live thousand
pounds iii the world. She owed
about forty thousand pounds; so
wit.h.all her wit. and beauty, she got
(into the 1 'lete Prison, and was likely
to remain then.
Xow, in the time I speak of, every
lady ha I her ht ad dressed by a bar
ber; and the barber of the Fleet was
the hands. m;st barber in the city of
IiVjnidon'. Pat Phelan was a great
admirer of th f lir s.x; and where's
the wond(?r? Sure Pat was an Irish
man. Tt was one very fine morning
when Phelan was dressing Iter capti
vating head, that her ladyship took
it into her mind t talk to .him; and
Pat was well pleased, for ladv t'.'s.i
t -eth was the whitest, :md her smile
the brightit, in all the world.
"So yo ilv i:..t married, Pat? says
"Divil a bit, your honor's ludv-
"And wouldn't you like to be mar-
"Is there any one you'd prefer?" I
Maybe, madam." says he. you!
niver heard of Kathleen ( ilillv
down beyant Doneraiie? Her father's
cousin to ( 'Ionoghue, who's own
stewa'd to M. Murphy, the under
aufent to mv j.ord Kingston, and "
want to know wiio .-lie is. JJtit would
. , -,. i -. i
she have vow. it vou askeu her.-'
"Ah tli in, I'd only wish I'd b- af
ter trying that same."
"And why don't yon."
"Sure I'm too poor." And Phelan
heaved a prodigious sigh.
"Would you like to be rich?"
"1 oes ;t ilog bark?"
"If I make you rich, will you do
as I tell von?"
"Millia murthers! yonr honor, J
don't be tantalizing a poor hoy." j
"Indeed I'm not," said ladv C. ;i
"so listen. How would you like to !
1I1;".h thin mv ladv, I believe the j
King i i Pus",ia himself would be j
proud to do that same. lave alone a
po,.r divil like Pat Phelan."' I
" Well Phelan. if you'll marrv up
to morrow I'll give you a thousand
"O, whilabal o! sure I'm mad or
enchanted by the good people,"
roared Pat. dancing round the room.
"Put there are conditions" savs
Vi.lr f C tki- C.l .1.... ,.r .'.,,.
nnptialPyou must never 'see m,? tluur tune to " Hus,, my,
again, nor claim me for your wife-" j lilonde-haired maidens at Long
(3'I don't like that. "says Pat. f(r he j ,rancli do not swim, dive, and go
had been obliging her ladyship most j to church. Thev " natate," " sub-desp.-rat.dy."
n,erg." ,n.l " attend sacrifice."
"Put remember Katlioleeu O'Reil- ! T , , , -,
lv. With the money I'll give vou I Tn tll(i lr.ened corridors of Sar
Vou mav go an.l marrv her." ' atog-i hotels gushing young ladies
'That's thnv." savs "j)at I ,',aJ,"l('e nev.-'f)ining gentlemen, and
thin. Ilie biganiv." : grieve to find themselves mistaken
"I'll nevm- appear against von " j i:i their man.
Qsays her h.dy diip. "( )nly re'men'i- j A Western railroad conductor,
ber you must take an oath never to after twentv years of experience,
call me your wife afier to-morrow, i concludes that he had rather carrv
iind nrer to go t lhng all the storv." twenty thousand men passengers
"lV.hV"' 'M'a 111 ivir :l.v-" I than to have oue lone, lorn female
" elHuen, says she "lucre's ten a board his train.
pounds. o and huy a license, and !
leave the iv-t to me;" and then she'
explained to him w he;e he Wils t(, ;
go, and when he was to come and '
albthat. ' i
The next day Pat was true to his !
appointment, aihl found two "entle- ;
men already with her ladyship.
"Have you got the license?" savs
"TTere It t,,- 1 , ,- " - . t i
Here it i, my la,ty , savs lie; nnd
he gave it to her. She handed it to
one of the gentlemen, who viewed it
attentively. Then, calling in two
servants she turned to the '.vntlemen
Who was reading.
"Perform the ceremony," says she.
oAn.l sine enough iu ten niinntes
I'at Phejrtn was the Iutslian l, the le
rr Imslcnul of too l,e..K- T ...1 '
"That will do." sav.s slie to her
nu-liiKlnn.l ns: I... 1. t .......
- .v. mi i ui'iin : ii Caa -i-.. . 1
J kiss; "t'n.it will do. Now- sir, -he j btatp 1 iUr wcek Sol't. VHh.
cr.ie my m irriaire eertiruwte." ' e :
The old wntlemen did so and Low- S , lne Piinish cortes has rejected
in respeetfullv to t!ie livo-ponml J a llp,'Islvo votw a hU xtendinp:
note she pive him. he retired with j ?"lnestJ; to. the insurgent eoramnn
his clerk; for s:ne onoucih, I forgot ' 1 S" Pre!;1ent Salmeron ricrorouslv
to tell vou he was a parson ' re1l"1'1od a policy of elemencv
"Go and l.rini? ine the warden " '' .tlle olicts of it are still in the
says my lady toorte of her servant's, i attltUl ot insurrection.
"Yes my ladv," says she; and pros- I . "" "
entlv the warden nppeared. I ennvson has not accepted Baro-
"Wilb vou he jrood enon-h " i net7,fr lnself, as has been re
savs ladv C., in a voice th.it would I l;OYl hs procure,! the honor
call a bird ,t,iT ft tree, "will vou be ! ;"f1,llsl1;,est son- is at Ox-
i .....Y. i '-. ' loiti. lhe yonncrer Tennvson w cnid
hackney -coach? I wish to leave this
'ArfCiab"l forgets, replied
Ucp-that yru must pay your forty
thousand pounds before I can let you
"Dam a nvirrie woman Ion can
detain nxy husliand. but not me.
And she smiled at Phelan. who be- ' Ex-Pbesidext Johnson and the
gan rather to dislike the appearance Tailoes' Trade. A southern gentle
of things. I man who was at Greenville, Tennas-
"Pardon me, my lady, it is well
known that you are single.'
'I tell you I am married."
"Where's your husband?"
"There sir!" and she pointed to
the astonished barber: "there he
stands. Here is my marriage eer
titicate, which you can peruse at I
your leisure. My servants yonder
-.f .vr -wk accac r . f ui'mrm '
Xow detain me, sir one instant at
The warden was dumb-foundered,
and no wonder. Poor Phelan woul t
have spoken but neither partv would
let him. The lawyer below was con-I hardly probable, and seems to have
suited. The result was evident. In j been told with the malicious inten
half an hour lady C. was free, and tion to disparage an honorable trade
Pat Phelan. her legitimate husband
a nrisnner for debt to the amount of
forty thousand pounds
Well, sir, for some time Tat
thought he wtis in a dream, and the
creditors thought they were still
worse. The following day they held
a meeting, and finding how they had
been tricked, swore thev'd detain
poor Pat forever. Put as they well j
knew he had nothing, anil wouldn't j
feel much shame m going through i
the Insolvent Court, they made the
best of a bad bargain, and let him
Well, you must know about a week
after this, Phelan was sitting by his
little lire, and thinking over the won
derful things he had seen, when as
s ire as To t i the postman brought
him a letter, the first he had ever re
ceived, which he took over too a
friend of his, one Iiyan, a fruit-seller
1m 'cause you see, he was no great
hand at reading writing, to decipher
for him. It ran thus:
"Go to Doneraille. and marry
Kithleen O'lieilly. The instant the
knot is tied I fulfill my promise of
making you comfortable for life. But
as you value your life and liberty,
never breathe a svlable of what lias
1t , .
passed, liemember you arfc in mv
;t . , n .
pi wer if von toll t n stow. The
money will be paid to you directly
you inclose me your marriage cer
tificate. I send you fifty pi unds for
present expenses. C."
O! happy Paddy! Didn't he get
drunk that same night, and didn't
he start next day for Cork, and didn't
he marry Kathleen and touch a
thousand pounds? Iy the powers
lie did. And what is more, he took
a cottage, which perhaps you know,
not a hundred miles from lrufin, in
the county of L.iniexick: and, i' faix,
he forgot his wife clean an entirely
and never told any one but myself,
under a promise of secrecy, the storv
of his "Fleet Marriage. "
So, remember, as it is a secret,
don't tell it to anv one you see.
A young lady, sn1 iking of on'.? of
her avers, said, "He's almost a per
fect brute; he only lacks instinct."'
Ii-vlies are beginning to use color
ed starch for their mil's, as did the
UL-,unos 1,1 r;i -'nrt V-en iwss.
A IJeloit editor takes it unon him-
self to say that " cows, elephants or
rhinoceroses may run graeefudy but
" The one tiling," says Jean Paul,
" which a maiden most easily for
: . -,
rors were invented,
A co'iuette loves her glass as much
as she can her beau, and on the
same condition that both keep tell
ing her she is pretty.
As the quickest way of making a
fortune a contemporary suggests
marrving a fashionrble voung ladv
! and anil selling her clothes.
The " fastest girl in Philadelphia"
earned her reputation by having
once in the course of conversation
used two slang expressions.
T, ouV Cicinnati maul ens at
I 'lV' 1S a,'I'0,t' with asKing
' f t' 'ff1, VWil t tllK
"uI thilt SOIebo,ly tooled.
The ladies do not like the term
"scalloped '" applied to the new style
of arranging tne hair, and have sub
stituted the name "cat's paw."
The Pella young ladies who were
singing, "Meet me by moonlight
alone," a vt-ar ago. have changed
, , ,
Several young fellows have broken
their engagements with fashiona-
, I"""'''''" tlas summ1'- They say
tnat kissing a young laly with an
l:lizill"tl1 nitron, is about as much
il t,ml'riU'ln a circular saw in
. ful1 motlon-
: I would I were a Shah or two
i I'd cut o!i". Julia's pretty heart ;
Tn'- ,Hl t- 1-,st s"dav took and threw
; A rose-bud at the feet of Fred
And 1'red took un the rose-bud. smiled,
And tossed a kiss across to Julia,
"r's.1 lu,s young girls are oft beguiled ;
I XN eiv 1 tlll'saah,Sir Fred I'd cool ye!
Tli. Council Bluffs Xonpnrlel
learns that "a State Convention of
Democrats, L,ilerul HeDuhlicans.
Anti-Monojolits. nnd nil others op-
! lH-T .thf ''P'lican party,"
1 1 lU'hl at Cedar It mids ilnrinc
! Z T' much f tlie Voctlc abilitv of
A correspondent msticatin- at
Clear Lake says that if one warTt to
rid of the "blues" or his money,
or his clothes no spot on the "lobe
offVrs superior advantages to those
. found there.
see, a short time since, tells the fol
lowing: "A countryman came into
town last week with a bundle of jeans
to have a suit of clothes made for
his negro. He saw ex-President
Johnson standing on the corner and
said, 'Well. Andy, you used to be
the best tailor in these parts, and I
wish you'd cut out this suit of chot'ies
"frit TY4 v VrfcT -Tim liava All rr 4-
says Andv, and thev stepped into a
shop near by, and in five niiutes an
ex-President might have been seen
measuring the 'boy' for his suit of
clothes." This story, however, is
and an honored man
A L03AL DEMOCRATIC HZWSPAPEn
F o K T H E
Fanner, Business 3I:m, Family Circle.
ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY.
EDITOR A XI) PUBLISHER.
OFFICIAL PAPER FOX CLACKAMAS CO.
OFFICE In lr. Thessing's Brick, next
door to John Myers' .store, up-stairs.
Term of Sulxcription t
Single. Copy One Year, In Advance t'2.50
" Six Months " 1.50
Terms of Advertising :
Transient advertisements, including
all legal notices, H square ol twelve
lines one week $ 2.50
For each subsequent ins-.-rlion l.(Xi
Oii.M.'oluiiin.oni' vcar 120.H
Half " " " in MM
liuarter" " " 40.IK)
ilusiness Card, 1 square, oue year 12.00
AGENTS FOR THE ENTERPRISE.
The following persons are authorized to
act as agents lor the Knteupkise :
ieo. 1. liowelUt Co., 10 Park liow. New
Co.-, W'etherill A Co., I".:7 Chestnut street,
Abbott v Co., NV. SJ and SI Nassau street,
I'orl land.Oregon I.. Samuel
I Thos. 15ovce
I U. I'. Fisiier
St. Helens, Columbia county S. A. Mil-s
Astoria, l.'latsop county . Van Duseti
Salem b. Williams
II irnsburg J. II. Smith
Ijilayet e, Yamhill county J.I u Ferguson
lallas, l'olk county Dave Holmes
llenton county W. A. Wells
Corvallis lion. John Harnett
Canyon CityJ.Jrant co W. 15. basvvell
Albanv A. N. Arnold
Iiall.-s", Wasco county N. H. iates
I.a irande, t'nion county V. '. 'raig
I ndleton, Umalilla county s. V. Knox
t J. M. Thompson
i-.ugene t lty ( K Unristow
llos'burg.... lion. I,. F. Line
, , i '. T. Montague
b -banon , u K!llsttm
.Jacksonville Hon. K. I. Foudray
bong Tom H. C. Huston
Heaver Creek C. F. Heatie
Tint t evil It- John aimwalt
Caseailes Henry M .' narin
Canby I. W. sirawser
Cutting's 1. Wright.
K igle Cr-ek Frank W. Foster
Harding's ("apt. '.. C. Norton
hiwvr Molalla W. Mor -land
M liw.iu Hi.- lutm lla-nl'-rg"r
Oswego John Ioole
b'pper Molalla ". H. Vaughan
ENTERPRISE 090K & JOB
OREGOX CITY, : OREGOX
WE ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE
all kinds of
L KTTP.R-IIHA DS,
in fact all kinds of work done a In Printing
A'MI, KlSDR OF-
L U. GAL BLANK 3
constantly on hand, and for sale at as low
a price as can be ha am the State.
Oregon City. March 21. lS73-tf.
OKKCOX LODCI'. NO. 3. I. I. ). I,
ileets every Thursdaj' r.r:..
evetiintrat 7' o'clock, in the XSXiC-,
Old Fellows' 1 lull. Main
street. Menilers ot' the Or- '
der are invited to attend. I'v order
i:nt:cc.v ni:f;Hi:i; i.odol: no.
3. I. O. O. F., Meets on the
5"croml and lointh lues
lay evenin'jrs each month,
at 7 Li o'clock in the 0Ui
Fellows' Hall. Memlersof the Decree
are invited to attend.
iUIrXOMAII L01K;H NO. I, A.l'.
it A. M., Holds its rejrular com- ft
inunications on the First and VO.-,
Third Saturdays in each month,
at 7 o'clock from tiieJitli of Sep
tember to the liith of March; and 7
o'clock from the 'Jotli of March to the
1Jt h of Septemher. Brethren in irood
standing are invited to attend.
J5y order of v. .
FATLT.S nxCAMPMEXT SO. 1,1. O.
Trni-,F ' fef,t Jit Grid Fellows
TIall on the First and Third Tues- CSi
l iv of each month. T.ti-,.K fVA
in good standing ar invited to attend, j
" PHYSICIAN AND tfVBGEOX.
n T T Y ORBQOX.
. i r fharman's Rrlck,
Main Street. . .
W. H. WATKINS, M.
First and Alder streets IwL-sidtnct corntr
of Main and Seventh stre. ts. -
Drs. Welch & Thompsou,
ODD FELLOWS TEMPLE,
Corner of First and Alder Streets.
PORTLAND - OHKGOX.
Will he in Oregon City on Saturdays.
S. IIUELAT. CHAS. K. WAIUtEN.
HUELAT & WARDEN
OREGON CITY. - - ORECCN.
"OFFICE Charm an's brick. Main st;
' 5niarlS72 :tt.
JOHNSOFJ & McCOWN
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT-LAW.
Oregon City, Gngon.
oyWill .ractice in all th Courts of the
State. Special attention given to cases in
the U. S. Land Oltice at Oregon City.
L. T. 1 A 11 I InT.
OREGOX CITV, : : OREGUX.
OFFICE Over Pope's Tin Store. Muin
J. T. APPSRSON,
OKKICK IN POSTOFFICK DUILIUNU.
Lrga. 'IV Jill-rH, lnt-kmnas County Or
der, and Orcjfon t it y Orditrii
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Ioans negotiated. Collections attended
to, and a General Jirok'age business carried
A. ti JLTftER
X 0 T A II Y P t J5 L I C.
ENTERPa - r FICt.
M A A' U FACTO It I R .ST.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
mriK rNni:RsiJNi:i. yTr
X having inerensd thi'di- ."V jfy'
nwrisions of his premises, at l&jr'f"
t he old stand on tne
Cornur of Main and Third Ntre-t,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Take this ni-thod of informing his old jtv
trons, and as manv n.-w ones hs mav h
plas"d to call, that he is now prepared,
with ampi.' riMini. txtunl tnaterials, and the ;
very hest of mc-clianics, o build Htiew, re- j
construct, make, paint, iron and turn out ;
all eompl"t", any sort of a veln.-l" irom a t
com mon ?art to a ( 'oneord ""oacli. Try me. I
BlnrkKitiitlitnr, llorw or Ox Sliorintr.
and tJeneral Johhin nea!iv. rpiickl v, nnd ;
cheaply done. lAVll .SMITH. "J
y 1 1. L I A 31 SI GER
n a s it XT a n T, ISriRD gfJXSTt
A FACTORY fllll
FOP. THE MANUFACTURE Or
an ' Doors,
AND MOVI.DI.VG.N OF ALL KIZKft.
They will also do Turnlnr; of every de
scription to order,
WITH NKATNKSS AND P'lKI'ATCII !
A11 work warranted. Shop on thA
Hiver, in Ix-wis" iShop t)pisit' Oregon
J O fr3 N SCHRAftl,
3rain St., Oregon City.
)IM'F.rTlRER AM) IsrORTER OF
Uidfl t- n
k&SZ " 'l'lIcry.IIrI
T "art-, ., etc.
WIHCII UK OKI'KIW AS CHEAP AS
f T can he had in t he State, at
WHOLESALE CR RETAIL.
jJ"I warrant my po'vis as reprpscntcd.
Oregon City, April 17, ls7J-tf.
MASONIC HALL nUILDLVO,
Oregon City, : : : Oregon.
4 V on hand and tors.il.. TkLf- 'C? ---'v j
"heap lor cash.
cap for cash. ' fccSXKSS.
OfTice. Kittinsxoom. and
Hair, and Pulu
Pulu Pillows, M it tresses,
-Special attention given to Xui .
ork ,n all its branches. Orrs rineJ llll
promptness. Ror.MrinS done'"" K
n-ss and dispatch Furniture made order"
MBR CIIA 21)13 JL
Books and Stationery.
I will ry th highest pricei for
"Out ( or, TUgfss,
Sand nil kinds of
GOGD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will sell an low as any house In Oregon for
OA Sir OK I TS HQ VI VA I. R.XT
In Good Merchantable Produce.
I am lllng very low for
VA&il l IS AX .
Glv me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Or-gon City. March 31. 1&T3.
TPvICES REDUCED TO St'IT 7IIE TI5IES.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LAItOE
SPRIXG AXI) SUMMER GOODS,
which they offer
CHEAPEU TIIAX THE CHEAPEST!
We would say com nd convince your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and St aplo
Pry Goods, Clothing.
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Indies and Gents
J c s. Hard
ware, and n great many other articles too numer
onrs to mention ; also.
Glass and Putty.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange
For which we pr the Highest Prices.
S. ACKERMAX fc CO.
fm 0r. Mn-h ST, lT?Wf.
AUCTHOX A'D COMMISSION.
A- B. RICHARDSON,
Corrner or Front 4i Oak st., Portland.
Of Real Estate, Groceries. General Mer
chandise anu iiorseu.
SALE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday.
t Pri vssfe Sale.
English Keflned Par and Pundle Iron,
English Square anu uctagon i ast
Ste.-1, Horse Slio'S, Hasps,
Sa vs,Screv.-s, h'ry-I'a n s,
She-t Iron, H.
A large assortment of Groceries and Liq
uors. A. Li. IUCIIAHKSON.
Jan. 1. lS73-tf. Auctioneer.
STEAM POWER JOI5
count liooks.ol all siz'-s and
st l. s.I'all Tickets, lUH Heads
I'.lank l!ooksot any i at tern That
Is desired.w it h or it hout rinted
headings.lilanks, Priels.Catalogues, i" n
. II. IIImeK.
I". IC IlicUrt. ;j
H I M E S a GO.
93 Front St. I Portland, Oregon. I
Cards, Certitii'at-s, (hecks, Cireu- ,
lars, I'W-eds, 1 Midgf rs, I uner.il No- -IZ
tiecs.IIaiKihills, Ihmk'i-s, Labels, 'j
I Ijctterlfads, Posters. Program's I
j It'cei ts, Stio.v ards. Ship- j
! ping 'lags, 'lick ts. Ac, Ac. ;-v
roi jj:-iav(.) i jvm.l
A. C. VALLKKG'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
Pittock. lttilldiny (iirii-r of Start,
uiid Front Street.
- - CRECCM.
BLANK P.OOKS ia'I.EO ANI POI.'NI)
to any d.-sir-.d pattern. Music Uoks,
Magazines, Newspapers, et.-., Iourtd in ev
ery variety of style known to the trrade.
Orders irom the uuiry promptly at
OREGON CITY BHEWERV.
Henry Hnmfcel, 10
ery wishes to intorm tin- jublic that h-is
now prepared to maiiul':ict ure a No. 1 final
i. a a an n n it r.
as good as can he ot-tained anywhere in
the State. Orders solicited and promptly
oVt u s i c
New, Fresli, ami Spark! ins:!
T H CLUSTER
A NEw'WsiC BCSrOR THE ISC OF
Conventionc, Singing Glasses,
s. vi:.tjlky ji.!nr:,
- N I
J. L. PZTSr.S,
599 Erop.dway, New York.
FOli SOI U.X')L.S.
A NEW SINGIIx G-CLAS3 EOOE.
COMIMLKD AND AKHANUKI)
71' WILLIAM DRESSIER.
ict-pi il rll i'i-ni.
Address, J. L. PFTKHS.
THE SOTC ECHO
The Popular Singing-School Hook.
liV II. S. PERKIN8.
rrlce 97. 50 per Ior.. SHjyli' roj.Ij srnt,
rs:it-j::il, fr 75c.
Address, J. L.-IMCI
55', B I'jailv.n v,
August Sth, Am. New fork.
Wm. Ii ROUGH TON
"vvroi-i.n UKSPKCTI-n.I.Y INI-OI1M
T T t h- citiz'-ns 01 t )r-gn fily and vicin
ity that he is pr.-par-. d to iurnih
l-'ir, S)rii(f mid tvilar
J-u XJ 31 .E
of every 1. 'script Ion.
Dry Flooring, Ceil irg.Sprucc (for Shelving),
lattice, Pickets, K.'nce Posts
Street and Sidewalk l umber furnished
on the shortest notice, at as low rat- s as
can be purchas"d cls-,vhert; in th- State.
Give me a call, at the
OUKWIX C ITY, SAW MILL.
March 21. 1873-tf.
THE PARKER GUN.
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
HEW YORK HOTEL.
Xo. 17 Front Street, Opposite the Mail
H.R0TIIF0S, J. J. VILKE.S, Proprirtors.
Hoard Week f.5.(i0
Hoanl V Week with Ijlgiii" i i
Board V lay ..... l.ixt
A Beautiful Farm For Sale !
4 ACRES OPEX TILL A BLE LAXH,
fj Iirge Orclml, Slendid Spring, and
Good House within three miles of Aurora
at less than
S4 PER ACRE!
This offer is only good for t went v da vs
Enquire at the Enterprise office.
Oregon City, June 6. 1S73.
mrrr rnoM formerly orrTrtr-n
X asthe Council Channbcr.ln Ir. Thcs-
tnf' brtetr rnlldiny. Apply thi rtn-,
Wl1""" ""wuimib Is rul'rd
O great improvements m; -. -
S A . .
this excellent Machine.aiu. t.. . i. .. . ,in
elegant styl.-s ot Cases ad.i...i , " ''.w
we now have one ot that d. s ript i,, . 1 '
easy running and having all tin- otl.. J
culiar ej.celU-nci.-s ol the olli. r stvl.-
r s.ire toi.lave. If tlere ls..,,,,,
A In a thousand miles ot s!in r-n L
notworkingw. il, l win attend ii it iitV
out any expei.s to t he ow i;( r
KAMlKru Iii LI., Agf nt.
more than one direction havin- a r
versihle feed a great suiMiiitage in lasltr.3
ing ends of seams, in quilting, etc.
Iiamiiif the I'!.reie, or fnil for
J Circular or samples ol Work he!oe
you purehas" a Sewing Machine, ll v
Til E PEST!
Machines sold on liberal terms. e
SAMUEL KILL, AtrfEf,
No. w Mont yonierj- SJrr t,
Oi'tnnl IIol'l Tuiltiina, .vm franritro.
X'arrh 21. kS7: :i:in
I C. A.
Hain Street, Crc goc City.
L? est mi lia no tapi.es ix oi:fc;ox
J have been ir tr' e c d. nr-d the pr ri
tor invites thcatter.riori ol the lov. rsol tins
lop:pi:iar amusement to them.
Til K PAR IS SUPPLIED
with all the c! oi st finalities of I icjiiort
ami .'i;:ars. ."cotch, Irish ni:d 1 01 rlon
air juiy laiiious W h'.shi s and Punch . isc
a No. 1
is foniiKti d with the Saloon.
Oregon City, Jan. 1. lS.L'-tf.
LIVERY, FEED, AfD SALE
THM I'XIiEPSIGXFDPIJOriMFTrnf F
X t he I ivrry Ma l;le 011 1- i:t h str- t, ;n
.'ity, Jregon, kct js toiistani ly on hsitui
Sadlle nnd Hiijjp-j- Horses,
Utip jjit-K, ( uiiir.tknix'i Ilr.rli.
He will also run a hack to and from tr
VSILKGI7 CCDA SPRIKGS
during the summer season, wirh good
horses.com pt tent and gentlemanly riricr.
FAEE AT LIVING KAT1S.
J. M. FIIAZER, Proprietor.
Oregon Cit.v. May 27. IS7..'.
ftli fn tkOni1"'"'-' Agents wanted!
H3yJ LU &dUJ All classes ol working pee
ple, of eith-r sex, yon nr or old. make n.on
ey at work tor us 'in their spare inorn' i.'c.
or all the time, than at anvthingcl.se I'!"
tic-ulars tree. Address G. Stin-on A '.
Portland. Maine. iT7sep72yl
Alout l."0 jidujkIs of lon j.rin -t,
of wliicli this is an iinjin i1T".
Has Ken in use Imt a short time,
jjootl work, l'rice 25 ct-nts 1 i'
oitlier tii'l uj or in eaits cret
A nmall font of Xtmporiel of uln'rh hv :
lmprcRMou. Prie 3 vnts Y Tf-. As p-vxi a" r"T
There is enough to set abou on ;:" "
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