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0 iirio?nTV, OuECO.V.OCTimEli 17,1871.
T II II 1 1 1 1 12 It N E l
II V CELIA TIIAXTKR. -
'o walks I the silent, shore,
' T!i" ti'lf is hi-rh, the l.rteze is still;
N. i i 1-reaks the oceaiv-tloor,
Tlx- sunshine sleeps uxm the hill.
Tlx'Jurf is warm 1 eneath our feet,
p.-M-il. iin the beach of stone and
sh( U, O
u thi' k about her path the sweet,
It il I besoms of the .iiiiii'rnel.
' -h ep not yet. my tlower!" she cries,
Nr prophesy t storm to come ;
Ti 11 mo iiiit'n i sUiiUiii.-t skies
Fair win 's shall biinj: my lover
S' stsp to gather llower and shell,
s ic iis, aii'l smilins;. stu.lies each ;
S i.- h. ars the full tile rise anl swell
Aixl wliii r softly on the beach.
SVakiii" he dreams a irohln dream,
K -in iiiij'Tin x with that still delight,
T . w.it.-h thf sunset's fading jrleani,
II, rr bv the waves tht-y stood last
O - ,.
S'i" leans on tliat enenehn x arm,
livin -l- strotiLT with ih wer to draw
! I c natuiO as the iium.ii d th charm
The swavim; sea with heavenly law.
All l-)-t in hlNs th
,S'ii' feels his whi
I ier. ins CHrewM
't'.- muriimr of tliepiu
r.rin is her no presa
( OI -11 ill l .!.
What breaks her dream? She lifts her
It. l'u. i.int to destroy the sjell ;
T i " 1 "' from her lri.cht elieek dies,
i i f. .bled is the pimpernel !
i !i rapid ulanee slie seaiis the sky ;
Kivs n. .-.it.lden wind, and grows;
n ! ehr-'eil witli storm tiie cloud
V 11 hiav the scarlet blossoms elose!
!. ueli. :inl l list is lurneii in iiiiu- ;
j . .... -. - . i i . i .. i i
bile ill v keeps the sense ot pain;
i-., world" h-.lds naught save one white
I'lv "ui-r l.efori' the wind and ram,
?i-:,-iiken umoii the wheel of f'-ar
S .e wear the storm-vexed houraway ;
And now in ir"M and tire draws near
'l'ii.- sunsi t of her trouble. t day.
I ait to her skv is vet denied
The sun that lights the world for her;
She sweeps the rose-ll :rdied oeean wide
With cii-.'i'r yesj.hat juick tears blur.
And b.nelv. lonely all the pa-e
0 St retches, with never si-jn of sail.
An I sadder -rrows her wistful face.
And all the sunset's spendor's fail,
And cold and pale, in still despair,
OWith heavier mief than tomruc can
S ie inks upon her li is a prayer
ll.-r cheek against t.'ie l imperiud.
W.'e b!osi.ms wet with show rv b-
:i her -hut eyes their dropl ts s'l -
O.ily tli' wakened waves she liears
T.i it sinini; drown his vapid tread.
i Swee!. I am here'." Joy's twites swim
0 And heavn is theirs, ami all is Well,
And bit l.e-ide the el .hinir tide,
I'm yntti .n is the pimpernel.
ITeiuf'.eciiiijj s. Housekeeping.
'I lie true-t lioines are o'teu houses
l.ot especially well kept, where the
coini'ott mill happiness of the inmates
lather than the prescr at ion of the
furniture, js first consulted. Tlie
objt-i-t of home is to lie the center,
the point of lenderest interest, the
ivot on winch lamily lile turns.
The first reoni-ite is to make it at
tractive, so :tUrac'iio t iat none of
Cits itiTtiab s shall care to linger long
Qonlside its limits. All" legitimate
means sfionld be employed to this
end. and no effort spared that can
contribute ro the purpose. Manv
lion ca led homes, kept with waxy
li'-atne-s by painstaking anxious wo
men, are so oppressive in their nice
ty as to exclude all home-feeling
liotu their spotless precincts. The
f'ry name of home is synonymous
0with personal freedom and relaxa
tion l i oin ca re. B:it neither of these
c.-. n be it-!
where such mania for
aiiiiness pervades the
household as $o render evervlhimr
el-e subservient thereto. 3ianv
housewies, if they see a speck on
Hour or wall, or even scrap of
thread or bit of papej- on the floor,
l at it, a- ifoit were Ibe seed of
pes Hence which must bj removed
on the instant. Their temper de
pends upon the maintenance of per
fect purity and order. It" there be
any failure on theis part, or any cofn
, filiation f circumstances against
them, they fall into a pathetic de
suair. and can hardly be lifted out.
They do not see that cheerfulness is
more heedful to home t'lan all the
spotlessnes that ever shone. Their
diposition to w,a!s'e war upon mal
eu lateness . any sort increases un-
tit they become slaves o t he broom
a id du-t-pan. Neatness is one thing
and a state of perpetual house-clean
in.LT quite another.
Out of this grows -by degrees the
fe, ling that certain things and apart
ments are too good for daily use.
1 fence, chairs and sofas are covered
a. i, I ro :ns shut up. sae for special
occasions, when they a -p permitted
to reve il their violated s;i-redness in
amauiuethat mars every pretense
of hospitality. Nothing should be
bought which is considered too fine
for the fullest domestic appropria
J tion. Bar better is the plainest furn
iture, on which the children can
el i uil. than satan and damask which
I'inst be viewed with reverence.
"Where anything is reserved or se
cluded, to disguise the fact is ex
tremely difficult. A chilly air wraps
it ciwud, and the repulsion of
strangeness is experienced bv the
There are few persous who have
notrvi sited' houses when they have
-been introduced to what is known as
the company parlor. They must re
member how uncomfortable thev
were while sitting in it; how thev
found it almost impossible to be at
ease, and mainly for the reason that
their host and hostess were not them
selves at ease. The children were
watched with lynx eyes, lest they
should displace or soil something;
so that the entertainment of friends
became very much like a social Mis
cipline. They must recall, too. how
sweet the fresh air seemed out-of-dors,
and how they inwardly vowed
in leaving that temple of form and
fidsretness, that something more than
politeness would be required to in
cite them to return.
Home is not a name, nor a form,
nor a routine. It is a spirit, a pres
ence, a principle. Jaterial and
method will not, and cannot make it.
It must get its light and sweetness
from those who inhabit, from flow
ers and shine, from the sympathetic
natures which, in their exercise of
r sympathy, can lay aside the tyranny
of the broom .nd the awful duty of
endless scrubbing. "oie and iSo
ciety," Sgribner's for Octpber.
House aud Farm.
TWENTY KUI.ES FOB HEALTH.
1. Remember, tlie Anther of tlie
laws which govern the human body
is the auther of the Ten Command
ments. 2. Infidelity to the laws establish
ed that mankind should be healthy
and happy is the greatest sin of the
3. Ue cheerful, trustful of others,
and faithful to your own best con
ceptions of duty. Never brood over
troubles that you have, and be sure
you never borrow any.
i. Be much in the sunlight, and
prefer light-colored clothing.
5. Drones must die. Exercise lib
erally and live. Be ont of doors all
you can while the sun shines.
G. Breathe pure air. Live with
open windows and tlie windows of
heaven will be more likely to open
7. Bray with a pure heart and a
clean skin. Bathe often.
8. Avoid stimulation by spirits of
all kinds, strong coffee, tea, ojuum
'J. Keep the head cool, feet and
heart warm, hopes heavenward, and
linger nails clean.
10. Eat only three times daily, and
never between meals not a nut or
an apple. Drink nothing while eat
ing. 11. One hearty meal of meat per
day is sufficient. The other two
should le spare.
12. Avoid late, hearty suppers,
pork, spices and pepper, rich pastry
and imperfectly cooked beans.
Wheat, oat and barley meal,
witli beans, p as, lean meats, fish and
wild game, are the lest articles of
. 14. Fruits are cooling to the blood
an specially adapted to warm weath
er 15. Eat slowly, masticate your
food well, and eat nothing for three
honrs before retiring.
Hi. Lot tlie time spent at the table
le happy. Enci nirae pleasant cheer
ful conversation; joke, but not argue.
Best a half-hour after every hearty
17. Sleep eight hours of each day.
1. Brain, bone and muscle are
built of different material, and the
brain-worker should have food dif
ferent from the muscle-worker. He
is not thoroughly educated who can
not select food adapted to his needs.
I'J. Avoid corsets, and suspend no
article of clothing from the waiste.
Protect everv part of the bodv from
chill and exposure.
20. Study hygiene, attend health
lectures and read health literature.
As vou are ignorant or intelligent in
physiology will your habits be wise
Atliicc to Democrats.
Alexander II. Stephens, who used
to be considered pretty good author
ity in the Demorcalic party, thiiik
the principles of Democracy, as an
nounced by Mr. Jefferson, are strong
er with, the people of the United
States, than any man. even General
1 1 rant, who niav stana m opposition
to them. Stephens speaks of abstract
principles only; but he feels assured
ot one thing it the Jemocratie par
ty abandon the maintenance of their
own principles and join the malcon
tent licpiiblic.tn leaders to beat ben.
Grant, upon the issue of Ciesarism,
because of his running a third time,
and the present party in power
should run him upon that issue, he
would be mor triumphantly elected
than he was in the last race; because,
as the issue would then lie presented
there would be no ground upon
which a successful assault could be
made. The success of the Democra
cy or Democratic party in the next
election for President, as in the last,
will depend upon the issues they
present in the canvass.
The great majority of the peojile
of the United States are as truly de
voted to the nrinciples of constituti
al liberty under our Federal system
as their ancestors were, and if these
principles are distinctly set forth and
boldly maintained by patriotic, un
corrupted, and incorruptible leaders,
they will not fail to be sustained at
the ballot-box. What- turn the next
Presidential election will take is
among the greatest uncertainties of
the future; but if the real perils of
the liberties of the country are to be
put in issues, as they should be, then
principles would be made to over
ride all considerations relating bare
ly to men or the small matter of ro
tation in office and scramble for
spoils and plunder; but when such
small issues as these are presented
the great body of the people have
but little interest in the result, and
take quite as little in the contest.
This was the case in the last election
ami it will be again as long as the
experiment is tried.
Items fok Housekeepers. Alum
or vinegar is good to set colors red,
green, or yellow.
Sal soda will bleach; one spoonful
is snfficicnf for a kettle of clothes.
Save your suds for the garden and
plants, or to harden yards when
A hot shovel held over vai-nished
furniture will take out spots.
A bit of glue disolved in skim-milk
and water will restore old rusty
Bibbons of all kinds should be
washed in cold suds and not rinsed.
If fiat-irons rough, rub them well
with salt, and it will make them
If you are buying a carpet for
durability you must choose small
A bit of soap rubbed on hinges
of doors will prevent them from
Scotch snuff, if put in the holes
them 0110 Ut' wiU destroJ
Ax Important Proposal. Sena
tor Morton, in a recent speech at
Dayton, Ohio, made a statement of
considerable importance. He said
that he had in his possession a pro
posal submitted by a Dutch cap
italist to build a railroad with four
tracks from the West to the seaboard
either from the States or Federal'
Government. All they ask is a char
ter. It is hoped this'proposal will
no t be forgotten when Congress meets
for it will contrast very strangely
with certain other propositions
i which are on foot for submission to
Say less than you think.
No Joke. The Cleveland, Ohio,
Herald (Badical) does not take the
rose-colored view of the Radical sit
uation in that State that some of its
contemporaries do. It gives a war
ning note that, on its part, means
business. It says: We tell our Re
publican friends that the nomination
of Bill Allen is no joke. There is to
be no boys' play in this campaign.
The Democratic party is stronger
to-day than it has been in Ohio for
many years. The cotvrage of that
party has revived, and it w ill go into
the contest resolved to deserve suc
cess, even if it does not w in the vic
torp. Republicans must open their
eyes, and they must appreciate the
gravity of the occasion, for a victory
over the Democrats this Fall will be
a harder job than any victory we
have ever won over the confederate
force of sick Republicans and politic
Anecdote of Daniel Weister,
In his address at the Worcester
Connty (Mass.) Agricultural Fasr,
Senator George S. Boutwell told
this anecdote of the great statesman's
It is told of Mr. Websterbut
whether with any foundation in
truth, I cannot say that in a speech
at Poiladelphia, on a festive occas
ion, when Pennsylvania was embar
assed and her credit impaired, he
insisted that her public debt must
be paid. Warmed by the occasion
and subject, he saM: "The debt of
Pennsylvania-must be paid; it shall
be paid if I pay it myself." And
then, after a little delay, he added,
"but as to private indebtedness, that
is a different thing."
Mr. J. Ellis states, that by making
a solution of shellac with borax in
water, and addinpr s suitable propor
tion of pure lamp-black, an ink is
produced which is indestructible by
time or chemical agents, and which
on dryidg will present a polished
urface, as with the ink found on
A farsclmiting voting lalv at a
parly in Tuscaloosa, a few nights
since, was aaked if she ever read
Sha'ies leare. "'Of course I 1 ave.
I read that w hen it first came oi.t."
In the man whose childhood has
known caresses there is always a fi
ber of memorv that can be touched
Chicago is building 2,MM),iF0
wor' h of churches just now. The e
are twenty of them in course of con
struction. The Louisville Covrler-Journal calls
the platform of the Jlassachu setts
Bepnblicaus "A orcester bauce.
JiXTHRPR ISK A yXO UXCEMHXT.
A LOCAL DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER
V O K T II K
Farmer, Business Man, k Family Circle
ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY.
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
OFFICIAL PAPES FOR CLACKAMAS CO.
OFFICE In Dr. Thesslng's Brick, next
door to John Myers' store, up-stairs.
Terms of Subscription:
Single Copy Ono Year, In Advance $2.50
" Six Months" " 1.50
Terms of Advertising:
Transient advertisements, including
all legal notices, VI square of twelve
lines one week $ 2.50
For each subsequent insertion l.U)
One Column, one year 12IKN)
Quarter" " " 40.00
Business Card, 1 square, one year 12.00
ENTERPRISE BOOK & JOB
OREGON CITY, : OREGON.
"l"rE ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE
all kinds of
in fact all kinds of work done a in Printing
ALL KINDS OP"
constantly on hand, and for sale at as low
a price as can be had in the State.
Oregon City. March 21. Ig73-tf.
J0IIX 31. BACON,
ISTER AND DEALER '
n Rooks. Stationery. Perfum- A
TV. M.fV &t r
cry, eic, etc.
Oregon City, Oregon.
iaTLhairrn?n Warner's old stand,
lately occupied by S. Aekemaa. Main st?
B USINBS8 CARDS.
J. W. TSTORRIS. M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ORHGOX CITY, OREGON
"Office Up-Stairs in Charman's Brick,
Main Street. augWtf.
W. H. WATKINS, IWI. D.,
PORTLAND, - " OREGON.
e Tpm nl? .corner
w x i A it '
First onH 4i.in ttwpui. Itesiuence corner
of Main and seventh streets.
Drs. AVelcli & Thompson,
DEN T ISTS,
ODD FE L LO TUMP L E,
Corner of First and Alder Streets,
POUTLAXD - OREGON.
7"Vill be in Oregon City on Saturdays.
Nov. 3 :tt'
S. UUELAT. CHAS. E. WARREN.
HUELAT & WARREN
tTOFFICE-Charman's brick, Mainst.
JOHNSON & McCOWN
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT-LAW.
Oregon City, Oregon.
'"Vill practice in all the Courts of the
Xf!Lt. Sni'ciul uttontion iriveil to PUSC'S ill
ttie U. S. Uiud OlHee at Oregon City.
L. T. BARIN,
OREGOX CITY, : : OREGOX.
OFFICE Over Tope's Tin Store, Main
J. T. APPERSON,
OFFICE IX POSTOFFICE BUILDING.
Ieal Tenders, Clarkiimast County Or
ders, uml Oreyon City Orders
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Loans negotiated. Collections attended
to, and a General Drokeage business carried
A. N TNER
X 0 T A It Y P U li L I C.
OK KG OX CITY.
M A X V FACTO R I J!S.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
M A A V . T i 11 Y I
M having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at
the old stand on the
Corner of Main nncl Third Street,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of informing his old pa
trons, and as many new ones as maybe
pleased to call, that he is now prepared,
with ample room, frod materials, and t he
very best of mechanics, to build anew, 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.
Itlaeksmit !iinr, Hore or Ox Shoelnj;,
and General Jobbing neatlv, quicklv, and
cheaply done. DAVID SMITH.
FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF
AND MOl'LDIXGS OP ALL SIZES.
They will also do Turning of every de
scription to order,
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH
"A11 work warranted. Shop on the
River, in Lewis' Shop Opposite Oregon
JOHN SCH RAM,
Main St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OF
WHICH HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
7I warrant my goods as represented.
Oregon City, April 17, 1872-tf.
MASONIC HALL BUILDING.!
Oregon City, : : : Oregon.
XT" EEKS CONSTANTLY
Cin h r TI (I onrl ffii" roln
. " " o"v.
Office, Sittingroora, and
Rocking Chairs, '
Hair, and Pulu
Pulu Pillows. Mattresses.
Mouldings, etc., etc.
Special attention given to Upholstery
work in all its branches. Orders filled with
promptness. Repairing done with neat
ness and dispatch. Furniture made order.
Gall and examine for yourslve. 17mav73
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
MBR CHA iVD 1 8 B.
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
13 11 1 1 or, Eg-g-is,
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will sell as low as any house In Oregon for
CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT
in Good Merchantable Produce.
I am selling very low for
CASH IS IIAAI?.
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21, 1S73.
PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT TIIE TIMES.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
S. ACKER MAN & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
SPRIXG AND SUMMER GOODS,
which they offer
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST!
We would say come and convince your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats. Boots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents
and a great many other articles too numer
ours to mention ; also.
Glass and Putty,
All kinds of Produce taken In exchange
For which we pay the Highest Prices.
S. ACKERMAN & CO.
Oregon City. March 21, 18T3-tf.
A VCTIION AND COMMISSION.
A. B- RICHARDSON,
Conner of Front & Oak at. , Portland.
Of Real Estate. Groceries. General Mer-
cnanuise uuu huibld.
sLE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday.
JX. AfcA- --
t Private sile.
Enclish Refined Bar and Bundle Iron,
V-. -ni. Minora n ml Octairon Cast
Steel, Horse Shoes, Rasps,
Sheet Iron, It.
A larce assortment of Groceries and Liq-
A. Ii. RICHARDSON.
Jan. 1, 1873-tf.
STEAM POWER .JOB
Manufactures to order Ac
count llooks.of all sizes and
styles, BaU Tickets, Bill Heads
Blank Books ol any atternthat
is desired, wit h or without rinted
headings.Blanks, Briefs.Catalogut s.
G. H. Hime. V. K. Hie lis.
H I M E S & CO.
93 Front St. I Portland, Oregon.
Cards, Certifiieates, C hecks, Circu
lars, Iieeds, iHxlgers, Funeral No
1 ticfs. Handbills, In voces, labels,
lteceii ts, Show Cards, ship
ping Tags, Tickets, &c, &c.
A. C. WALLINC'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
Pittock'u Building Corner of Stark
and Front Streets.
BUNK BOOKS RULED AND BOUND
to any desired pattern. Music books.
Magazines, Newspapers, etc., bound in ev
ery variety of style known to the trrade.
Orders from the i.untry promptly at
OREGON CITY BREWERY
1 ed the above Brew- 2r
ery wishes to inform the public that he is
now prepared to manufacture a No. 1 qual
LAGER BEE R,
as good as can be obtained anywhere in
the state. Orders solicited and promptly
New, Frcsli, and Sparkling !
THE C L USTER
A XEWM'SIC B00KF0R THE USE OF
Conventions, Singing Classes,
TH LU 3 R
S. 1VKSLKV MARTIN,
J. M. ST1LLMAX,
A J.' I
T. MARTIN TOHXK,
Price l.'5.o per Voz. Single cojdes sent, post-
J. L. PETERS.
599 Broadway, New York.
FAIR Y V 0 I C E S
ANEW SINGIN3-CLASS BOOK.
COMPILED AND ARRAXRED
BY WILLIAM DRESSLER.
Price SO Per Doi. Single Copies Kent,
Pos1-uid OO rents.
Address, J. I. PETERS,
TH ESOFJC ECHO
The Popular Singing-School Book.
13 Y II. S. IKIiKIlSrS.
Price $?.')0 mt I)z. Sinrle roiis Kent,
Poitl-jia id, for 73c.
Address J. I PKTKRS,
August 8th, 4m. J New Vork.
TOUBD RESPECTFUI.IjY inform
j the citizens of Oregon City and vicin
ity that he is prepared to furnish
Kir, Spruce nI Cedar
XT 3 JE X
of every description.
Dry Flooring, Ceiling.Spruce (for Shelving),
Lattice, Pickets, Fence Posts
Constantly on Hand.
Street and Sidewalk Lumber furnished
on the shortest notice, at. as low rates as
can be purchased elsewhere in the State
Give me a call, at the
OREGOX CITY, SAW MILL..
March 21. 1873-tf.
THE PARKER GUN.
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
HEW YORK HOTEL.
No. 17 Front Street, Opposite the Mail
n.ROTIIFOS, J. J. WILKE.NS, Proprietors.
Board Week $5 00
IJoard Week with Ixxlging 6.00
Board 's Day Lu0
A Beautiful Farm For Sale !
fT40 ACRES OPEN TILLABLE LAND,
J Iirge Orchrd, Splendid Spring, and
Good House within three miles of Aurora,
at less than
S4r PER ACRE!
This offer is only good for twenty days.
Enquire at the Enterprise office.
Oregon City, June 6, 1873. tL
THE ROOM FORMERLY OCCUPIED
as the Council Chamber, in Dr. Thes.
inc's fcrick building. Apply at this offlea
Special attention i . ,
great improvements mau" A 1o ,h
this excellent Mat hiiu-.aim ,V tl v"n-v in
elegant btyles ol Cases uucU-o U, w',n7v a,-d
1 J ur list.
If "ose prefer a Marl,!
? ingtjie work away fn, ,,. ,,,'r--i
we now have one of that Ueseri! t i. ,H-rator.
easy running and having all ti , '"i"".
culiar excellencies ol the other tj "" r 1-
in a thousand mil's oi r V'M,h
not. M-orking well, I win attend j,"0
out any ex pens- to the oVIltr "
SAMftL fill 1
1 more than one direcVion-hnVin,
versible fe 1 j. .. . '"!- a rr.
ing ends ot sean, in ciume? U
Ixaniine the FJornue, er sr,i r,
.J Circular or sampl.s 01 vf.rk lH?I
UiIfY'At' a Sewinf? Machine. iX
Machines sold on liberal terms.
SKIVING MAC HINI- S.
FAMUFL HILL, Agent,
No. 1!Imt Monlgtjnrry Slrrrt '
Grand Hotel Rui'dintr, ,Sni Frav.cio
SSAN FRANC 1 3 CO '.
March 21, 1S73 :Km
C.A.HAAS, - - Ficp.
Main Street, Ore gor. City.
BEST BILI.IARB TAHI FS IN t'l:I ( '
have lieen introducd, and the n-i n
tor invitestheattention ol the lov rsol H s
popopular amusement to them.
THE BAli IS SVl'PI.IKD
with all the cl oicest qualities of 1 iru rs
and Cigars. Scvteh, Irish ami 1 01 r1
already lamous hisl.i,- s and l'ui.cl. . ao
a No. 1
is connected with the Saloon.
Oregon City, Jan. 1, 1S7:M1.
LIVERY, FEED, MD SALE
r p H E U N D ER S I J N EI PKOPR I ETC R 0 F
l the Livery stable on Filth street." rvf
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on liana
Saddle and ltnppy Horses,
U"Ktt"es, (ariiues and IIHf.
He will also run a hack to and lrom th
WILKOIT SCDA SFRiNCS
during the Mimmer season. ACf
horses.competent and gent leir.unlj or."'
FAKE AT LIVING KATES.
J. M. FRA7.ER, ma rietor.
Oregon City, May -7, lft7.i.
pie, of either sex, you rig or old. n"
ev At work lor us in their spare man.' ;
or all the time, than t anything r -Jsc. J -ticulars
tro.. Address G. Minsoi & to'
Portland. Maine. 2.sfy.lbl
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About 150 potuuls of lonfT l" in1'
er, of which this is an imjHsMon.
Has bt-cn in use but a short f.n,
good work. Price 25 cents f 8'
cither tied up or in cases t'8;fS
A small font of Nonperiel of which this 1
impression. Trice 35 cents V lb. As good J
There is enough to set about one column o
paper solid. Addrew tbi offic
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