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FRIDAY JUNE1, 1877.
BY ASIAXDA rETERSON.
If housework Ik woman's only sphere,
From morning till nisht.from year to year.
When God created woman and man.
Why didn't He mention It in the plan ?
Instead of placing them side by side
In Eden's garden the man and bride
Why did lie not make a house, and say:
" Eve, there Is your place; go there and stay;
" Put on a dress that will sweep the street;
Adam will blush If you show your feet;
It's very Indelicate, yon see.
To wear a dress that Is short and free.
" Whatever Adam may do or say.
Meekly (.ubmlt In nilence obey.
Though It may ruin body and soul,
I gavy him passions without control
' And don't forget, whatever you do.
That what's right in him Is wrong In you;
What you can't do, with honor he can ;
I will forgive, for he is a man.
' In marine your waist I made a mistake,
And It will cause you many an acho
To lace It tight and make it look trim
But Adam won't like you If not slim
" A mistake, too, in making your hair
Letting It grow long, flowing and fair.
Get out some hair-pins pin it up tight.
Or he will think you a perfectfrlgbt.
" You must not go in the sun and air.
That will spoil your complexion so fair.
There's work in the bouse for you to do
That's woman's sphere 11 she's good and true.
' Minding these rules. If health give way,
Bear it patiently, and quietly say :
Providence has afflicted me so sore
God calls me to the other shore."
If Cod at first had made things plain.
That woman should be slckly.and vain,
Shut up In the house all of her life.
We would'nt had this contention and strifo
About woman's sphere.
Orimps vs. Oalico.
Paul Graham looked wistfully heaven
ward from the windows.
"It's the very weather for the coun
try," said Mr. Graham to himself. '
believe I need a change. A day or two
in the country lreslieus one up wonder
And all the while Mr. Graham marie
himself believe that he really did need
ti change that he needed the country.
"They've often invited me there,"
said Paul, looking out his neatest fit
ting shirts and criticaiiy selecting his
handsomest neckties. "I don't see why
1 nave never been mere before."
So Paul Graham took the train to get
a change of air, and to see Rosamond
The next morning dawned fair and
radiant, and Rosamond Hiligrove sang
like any linnet as she tripped along the
pathway tliat made a snort cut between
tier house ami that of Adeline Albertis.
Miss Albertis was practicing a sonata
on the piano in a fascinating toilette of
pale green delaine and beryl-tinted rib
She turned around in great astonish
ment as Rosamond Hiligrove crossed
"Dear me!" she exclaimed, "What
is the matter? A calico dress, and your
Iiair not in crimps V"
"House cleaning," said Rosamond
"lou tion't mean to say that you
have anything to do with it?" cried
"Don't I, though?" retorted Rosa
mond. "What I am after to-day is
to borrow a paint brush."
"A paint brush! What for?"
"To do papa's room with. He'll be
home to-morrow night. The paiuter
nas not come, anu i see no signs or mm.
Consequently I mean to paint the room
"Are you crazy?"
"Not in the least."
"You know nothing of painting,
cried Adeline, breathlessly.
"Now, look here, Addy, don't be
goose," said Rosamond, caimlv: "
took lessons in landscape drawing two
quarters, and if I can,t make two doors
and a scrap of wainscoting look decent
tnen my education is a failure."
"You're the oddest girl I ever heard
of, Rosamond," said Miss Albertis; "and
you uo lool; so luuuy without your
"Very likely," said Rosamond, walk
Miss Albertis went hack to the piano
Half an hour later there came a ring
at the front door bell, and Mr. Graham
"Oh, Mr. Graham;" holding out both
her plump, white hauds; "I am so glad
to see you; but won't you stop and
"Thanks, not just at present. I have
a note to Miss Hiligrove, and I must
deliver it at once."
"But you will call again?"
"Most assuredly I shall do myself
mat pleasure," said .raui. politely.
And she sat down and cried when
Paul Graham had taken his departure
"But there is one consolation," she
said to herself, suddenly brightening
up. "Kosamond is cleaning house in
calico, and no crimps, and her head tied
up in a speckled pocket-handkerchief.
Jtt.e'11 be sure to come back."
So Miss Albertis put on an additional
Knot or so ot ribbon, re-adjusted her ar
ustic masseB ot liatr, and sat down to
little picturesque needlework.
"Rosamond has worked her own mat
rimonial destruction this time," said
Air. urauam iruuged on, ins eyes
dieauny nxeu on tne white cuimueyi
behind the trees. He knocked at the
door. No one beard. He knocked
No one answered.
He opened the door and "ahemmed'
Still no sign of life.
He opened the door and walked in
and there mounted on a stepladder,
wim a nrown apron an around lier,
stood Miss Rosamond Hillcrave. Daint
Ing away at the top of a window as if
her life depended upon It.
"Oh," said Rosamond, without turn
ing around, "you've come at last, have
you? Then yoa can walk oil again! I'm
half through the job myself."
"Eh?" said Mr. Graham.
Rosamond turned around with a little
shriek and nearly fell from the high
"Oh, Mr. Graham, is it you? I
thought it tin- .. iter."
"I'll help you," said our hero.
"I wish you would," said R isamoud,
accepting the situation.
Miss Albertis waited all day long,
looking up the road like Sister Anne on
Bluebeard's tower, but Mr. Grauara did
"How provoking!" said Miss Albertis.
"But Rosamond always had such a way
with the gentlemen! I'm glad thatPni
'ot a born coquette."
Mr. Paul Graham called the next day
A-ith Rosamond, when she came to re
turn the paint brush, and the fair Adel
ine was more dissatisfied than ever.
"Isuppose now that you've got com
pany," she snapped, "you'll postpoue
house cleaning until Mr. Graham has
"Oh, no," returned Rosamond, se
renely. "He says he'll help; so we
shall go on just the same. Aud he's so
Whether it was over a white-wash
pall, or a sea of soap and sand, or while
training up the honeysuckle vine over
me eoutti porcn, deponent gaitu not;
but certain it is that Paul Graham and
Rosamond Hiligrove were engaged dur-
tue young lawyers brier holiday.
"1 don' t see how Rosamond managed,"
said Miss Albertis when she heard of it.
But the secret of the matter was. that
Rosamond didn't manaire at all. lloo-
sac Valley Times.
Be If eat.
"Young ladies, if they only knew
how disgusting to men slovenliness is,
and how attractive are displays of neat
ness anu taste, would array themselves
in the simplicity and cleanliness of the
lilies of the field; or, if able to indulge
n costly attire, they would study the
harmonious blending of colors which
nature exhibits in all ber works. A
girl of good taste and habits of neatness
can make a more fascinating toilet with
a smiling calico dress, a few cheap rib
bons and laces, and such ornaments as
she can gather from the garden, than a
vulgar, tawdry creature who is worth
thousands, and has the jewelry aud
robe of a princess." Ex.
Jiixceiieut advice, but tending to celi
bacy; for a young woman trained to
thorough neatness of person and sur
roundings is revolted by the slovenli
ness too frequently shown by men. A
woman with dainty tastes sutlers slow
torture from companionship with a man
who makes his breath and clothes ill-
odored aud foul with tobacco, or who
has untidy bands and neglected clothes.
Yet how few are they at whose door one
of these charges cannot be laid. The
latitude which mauy men assume for
themselves in morals and manners they
claim also lor personal iiabits, and
would be astonished if they should be
refused by young girls whose good taste
and neatness attracted them, upon the
grouud that they threw their clothes
upon uuairs or floors, instead of hang
ing tn em in tne closets, were often seen
witn disordered Hair and blackened
nails, and selhshly indulged in a per
sonal vice that made their close neigh'
boruood unpieasaut and their breath
poisonous. Women who hate all these
untidy ways keep silence, in ninety
nine cases out of a hundred, because
they have grown up with the belief that
men cannot be as pure in morals, as
agreeable in manners, as unselfish and
cleanly, as it is clearly their own duty
to be. It is in the power of women to
nduco a great change in the general
manner aud character or men by elevat
ing their standard, and by training
boys to be neat in person, careful to
keep their chambers in such order as
will save trouble to the care-takers, and
to deny themselves such personal iudul
geuces as iuterfore with tha comfort of
others. In time there would be a gen
eratiou of men who might preach to
women without justly provokiug the
retort, "Physician, heal thyself."
Colonel Inoersoll on Woman's
Rights. "I believe that woman has
the same rights that man has. He has
the complications of business, which, of
course, no woman can understand buy
ing calico at four cents a yard aud sell
ing it at four and a half; wonderful
complications! I despise a man who
says to tne, 'I am the head of the fam
Hyy and talks of wuat be will make
them do. In the family where there is
kindness and love, the woman moves in
the perfume of light, never growing old
to turn, and 1ns is ever the same young
and handsome lace sue nrst knew; and
thus they grow old and pass away to
the grave, with the prattle of children
in their ears, i believe that woman
a human being. She has often to sup
port herself, aiid every avenue should
be open toner, wnysiiouiu some ig
norant, mean lout make laws foramag
niticent, educated woman? There are
always some men who are afraid women
will get ahead of them. The lower aud
more ignoraut a man is, tbe more he is
opposed to and maltreats woman. That
mannerof looking down on woman that
some husbands have, if 1 were a woman
I should rather be knocked down every
Monday than realize." Ex.
Seeking ax Explanation. A well
known Spiritualist, Mrs. lata Barney
Sayles, ot Connecticut, has written an
article inquiring into thecausesof th
many mysteriesof Spiritualism. Among
the incidents that are classed under this
title is the recent persecution of medi
urns, whose "guides" might have given
them warning and kept them out of
trouble; the law-suit of Dr. Mansfield a
few years ago; tbe Boston fire destroy'
Ing the Banner oj Jbiglit otiico and sen
ously crippling it at a time when th
office was swarming with mediums, and
had one in tbe person of its chief editor:
the murder of Mr. Jones, of the lieligio
Philosophical Journal, who was also
surrounded by mediums, in fact, was
conversing with a most prominent one
Dr. Mausheld, who even met Pike just
outside ot the door as be went out. Mrs.
Sayles asks, "In the name of all that is
sensible in Spiritualism, why was not
Dr. Mansheld impressed by Mr. Jones'
spirit friends with this coming awful
Mrs. McCrary, wife of the Secretary
or War, though a devoted wife an
mother, aud possessed of all the domes
tic virtues, is an ardent advocate of th
advancement of woman.
By the Parliamentary Report of Peti
Hons we learn that up to March 24, 2o!
petitions for the "Women's Disabilities'
bill had been presented, containing 78,
There is no errorso crooked but it has
in it some lines of truth. This is why
it is so euccessiui.
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Mrs. H. A. Loughary
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Mrs. Maria Rammage
Horace H. Day
Mrs J. II. Foster
Ashby Pearce ...
Dr. Bay ley .
A. A. Manning
Mrs. J. W. Jackson
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C. A. Reed
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P. C. Sullivan
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M. P. Owen. Soquel, California
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"Woman's Journal" Boston, Massachusetts
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will be furnished ground upon very favorable
terms. Apply to J. D, HOLM AN, Portland.
ONLY' A FEW MORE LOTS AT ILWACO
and North Beach will be sold at the Re
duced Rates, and to parties only who intend to
build the present season. Apply to
J. D. HOLMAN, Portland,
FISHERIES AND TANNERIES.
TTERY DESIRABLE SITES FOR SALMON
Y Fisheries and Tanneries for sale.
Apply to J. D. HOLMAN. Portland,
And after February 5th, at Ilwaco, W. T.
IS. G. REX. 31. D.
Office and Residence Corner Morrison and
Office Hours Prom 1 p. sc. to 7 P. M., except
Wednesdays and Saturdays 9 a. sl to 12 sr.
THE BEST MACHINE IN THE WORLD
It does more work, more kinds or work
better work, and does It easier than any other
If there Is a "Florence" within a thousand
miles or Fortland not giving entire satisfac
tion, If I am informed of it I will attend to it
without expense of any kind to Its owner.
We have the new style of "Florence" Ma
chine, that feeds the work awav from thn nno.
vi iuc.u uciuio purcuasing eise-
juacnine inreau; jjaneys sewing Machine Oil'
JA.ULn Mi. A.wrjzin, ucnerai ACUt,
Morrison, with Sherman A Hyde's Music Store.
Down, and $10 a Month till paid for
MIS CELL AKEOTJS.
OFrit'K- , KOXT STREET,
One door north American Exchange Hotel.
Information Free to Immigrants.
T1ARMERS, MANUFACTURERS, MILL
lj men, anu others, are requested to assist the
society Dy notifying tne secretary wnen tney
need Laborers, Lumbermen, Mechanics or
TjA.TXXS FOR SA.DL.E.
The Society tins the rollou-iii? REAL ES.
TATE ill its hands for Sale:
In Yamhill county, 18 miles from McMinn
vllle; 150 acres under cultivation and 173 acres
of good pasturage. The farm has good running
water and excellent springs; also 'timber
enough for practical purposes, a rolling sur
face and good drainage. There are good neigh
bors In the vicinity. Price, $20 per acre.
Terms, one-half cash, balance on credit at long
In Washington county; 120 acres ofBcavcrdam
land with no timber or brush on.lt; about 40
acres of heavy timber, balance open hazel
brush land. There Is a good Barn and Log
house on the place; also a tine young orchard
and 10 acres of Timothy meadow. The land is
nearly all under fence, and It can easily bo
made one of the finest iarms In Oicgou. Price
On the Columbia Bottom, 20 miles north ot
Portland, and 2 miles from landing place of
dally steamers on the, Columbia River. Lake
River, a navigable stream, crosses the place.
It Is one of the best dairy farms In the country.
Two hundred and sixty acres of this tract Is
good pasture and meadow land, and will be
sold separately or with part or all of the bal
ance, which is timber.
Price for the meadow and pasture, $15 per
acre; for tho timber, $7 CO per acre. Price lor
the whole tract, $0,500. Terms, two-thirds cash,
balance on time. Good buildings on the place.
n. S. &. A. P. LACEY, Attorneys-at-Law
529 Seventh street, Washington, D. C.
We procure patents In all countries. No at
torney fees IN advance. No charge unless
the patent Is granted. No rees ror malting pre
liminary examinations. No additional fees
lor obtaining and conducting a rehearing.
Special attention given to Interference Cases
before the Patent Office, Extensions before
Congress, Infringement Suits in different
States, and all litigation pertaining to Inven
tions or Patents. Send stamp lor pamphlet
giving lull instructions.
United States Courts nml Departments.
Claims prosecuted In the Supreme Court ot
the United States, Court or Claims, Court ot
Commissioners of Alabama Claims, Southern
Claims Commission, and all classes of war
claims before the Executive Departments.
Arcnri or ly nml Bounty.
Officers. Soldiers, and Sailors of the late war,
or their heirs, are In many cases entitled lo
money from the Government, of which they
have no knowledge. Write full history of ser
vice, and state amount of pay and bounty re
ceived. Enclose stamp, and a full reply, after
examination, will be given you without charge,
All Officers, Soldiers, and Sailors wounded
captured, or injured in the late war, however
slight, are entitled to, and can obtain a pen
United States General Land Oflicc.
Contested Land Cases, Private Land Claims
Mining, pre-emption, and Homestead Cases
Brosecuted before the General Land Office aud
epartment ol the Interior.
We pay cash for Bounty Land Warrants, and
we invite correspondence with all parlies hav
ing any lor sale, and give lull and explicit In
structions where assignments are imperfect.
We conduct our business In separate Bureaus,
having therein the clerical assistance ot able
and experienced lawyers, and give our closest
personal supervision to every important paper
prepared In each case. Prompt attention thus
secured to all business entrusted to us. Ad
dress It. S. t A. 1. I.ACi:Y, Attorneys.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Any person desiring lnlormatlon as to the
standing and responsibility of the firm will, on
request, be lurnlshed with a satisfactory refer
ence in his vicinity or Congressional dlktricL
E. COK Xi Ii: TT'S
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES
Corner Second and Taylor Streets.
Reasonable Charges for Hire. Particular At
tention paid to Boarding Horses.
Orders lor Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day
nsr Orders may be left at the Stables, or at
the store of Fishel & Roberts. 5-30
D. W. TERWILLIGER & CO.,
Cor. Fourth and E streets, Portland, Ogn.,
TESPECTFULLY- INFORM THE PUBLIC
XL thatthey keep constautly on hand a full
MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
BS- Orders delivered to all parts of the city
free of charge. fr"3o
j. sr. Douir.
E. C. BRONACGII.
C, A. BOH'II.
DOLr-li, BKU.VAUOU, DOLPIl SIMO.N
Attor no vs-at-Law,
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
CAPLES & MULKEY,
Room No. 5, Odd Fellons ISllildilig',
WILL GIVE PROMPT AND I'ERSONAL
attention to business Intrusted to their
DR. C. G, GLASS.
Office Corner orFlrst and Stark streets, over
E. Cahalln's boot and shoe store.
Office Hours 10:30 A. si. to i P. sr.; and 6:30 to
730 v. St. 6-23