Newspaper Page Text
THURSDAY MARCH 25, 1SS0.
Bluer ward?; bow deep tby rankle,
striking like a deadly dart.
When the lips we love hare buried them
Through the armor of Ihe heart.
Fraught with folly, toon repented
Tnough they may be, yet they lie
MM the heart bright bloomtne man,
Lite a make that will not die.
Oft their sting we strive to banish,
Bat, alas! it l In Tata -Bitter
word, wbei once they're spoken,
Never after lose their pain.
Sever after lose their aosaJah,
Never after loee their dower:
Jost a touch, howe'er JbeyTe bidden.
Brings again the old-time power.
Many a heart ha km its ImraiM,
Many a heart its heaven above.
For the words of bluer raeanlttc.
Coming from the lips we love.
Bluer wards, oh. bluer, bitter
Keep them cloe within the breast ;
They mtty mar a whole nays music.
And destroy a whole life's rest.
A Chemist's Courage.
The tame moral and pbyileal courage
will eh Davy displayed in til a youth by
deliberately taking out bis pookel-knife
nnd excising a part of bis lee, which
had been bitten by a mad dog, and cau
terizing ine wound wltli his own hand,
was exhibited in bis chemical Invest!
Katlons. His discovery that nitrous ran
tbe vapor of aquafortis, it not injurious
to health, resulted from experiments on
bis own life. He obtained the gas in a
state of purity, and though very well
-aware of tbe danger be rati if tbe re
ceived theory of its deadly powers was
true, which be doubted, be resolved to
Inhale It in its pure form. Uratlually
IiwreaKluE the done, be ultimately sue
ceeded In breathing four quart of the
gas rrom and Into a siiu Dag. lie expe
Housed a. sense of giddiness, aceompa
tiled witli loss of sensation and volition
a state analagous to intoxication, "at
tended," as he says, "uy a iilgiuy pleas
nrable thrilllne In the chest and limbs
Tile objects around tiecamedhzzling and
my hearing more acute. Toward the
last inspiration the sense of muscular
power become greater, and at last an lr-
resttrtlble propensity to action was In
dulged In. My gesticulations were vari
ous and violeut. In ten minutes I had
rconvured my natural state of mind."
And what are we to sav of the follow
ing experiment, at which lie was again
operator and subject. He was curious
to know what effect driuk would have
Ail a person under the influence of this
gas. He drank a bottle of wine In about
eight minutes. "I perceived," hays he,
"a sense of fullness in Ihe head and
throbbing of tbe arteries. I lost the
power of speech, ami wai unable to
fctand steadily. In an hour I sauk Into
a state of insensibility, in which I re
mained for two hours and a half. I was
awakened by severe headache and nau
sea, and my bodily and mental debility
were excessive. In this state I breathed
Uve quarts of gas for a minute aud a
half, but it must have been impure, for
It bad no effect." He then respired
twelve quarts of oxygen for nearly four
minutes, without any material change
in his seusatiouB. The severe headache
eeutinning, he respired seven quarts of
quite pure nitrous oxide far two and a
half minutes. After the third resplra-
tion, the headache vanished. Brilliant
ideas passed through bis mind. He
jumped aud danced across the room; but
languor and depression succeeded, which
gradually wore otT toward evening. In
his treatise "Concerning Nitrous Ox
ide," be records its amusing ellects on
several of his friende. Oue of them
danced about like a spinning top, aud
got so pugnacious that he struck at who
ever happened to be near him Its in
fluence on such chosen souls as Coleridge
ami Sou they was by no menus briliiaut.
They jumped and skipped about tbe
room, laughing idiotically, every gleam
if Intelligence fading from their faces.
Tlie experiment on himself, by which
Davy proved that hydrocarboiiate acts
as a sedative, was fearfully daring. It
was no foolhardy bravado that was tbe
motive power with him, hut a lovo of
eclefltifle Investigation. He says he
was auxious to compare its effects with
those of nitrous oxide. Emboldened by
a first experiment, from which be felt
no excessively painful results, he intro
duced four quarts of the gas into a silk
bag. After a forced exhaustion of the
lunga and the nose being accurately
eleeed, he made three breathings of the
Itydroearbouate. The first produced a
fueling of numbness; the second took
away the power" of vision and enfeebled
tbe other seneea; the third sent hint
away lu a swoon and just left him power
to throw away the tube from his lips.
After a short interval he recovered a
little and was able to whisper: "I do
not think I shall die." I'laciug bis
finger ou his svriet, he found his pnlee
beating with excessive quickuess. In
about a minute he was able to walk, but
for an hour was weak aud giddy and
opuscious of a painful pressure upon tbe
"cli est. Temple Bar.
The Clergy and Woman Suffrage.
Mr. Editor: Justice requires that
women citisens should have an ctjoal
voice in the government with men citi
zens. The clergy consulted their Bible,
and found it against "Woman's IUgbts."
jttst as it was against the slave. But
Urbre is a growini: sentiment among tbe
people In favor of the equal political
and social, rights of the sexes. Tlie
clergy aroTulnptliig the principle; and
will soon claim that they were always
In favor of It, tuelr Jilole to tliecoulrary
notwlthstatrding. They now begin to
pereeive that tlie votes of women will
etreBctben the Cliurcli. Ko Liheralist
would claim that he has the right to
deprive a citizen of the ballot beeanse
It woo Id tie deposited In favor of the
union of Church and State. So, if all
the women of this Union should vote
solidly for Ood-ln-the- Constitution, I,
as a believer in suflrage for womeu ns
well as men, could not vote to deprive
Ilium of that right.
But If women would vote by a heavy
majority lor uou and unrlstlon rule,
why vole to give tliom the power to de
prive us of liberty? I answer, it is true
that tlie majority of women may vote
to recognise God-in-llie Constitution.
A large negro vote may be (Milled iu the
iire mreciion. Thousands of clergy
men hid vie iu n,,. 84rne way. Is
there no difference between an acknowl
edgment of their right to vote, even
though they may use tlieir v..tes against
my ireeuom, ami the ro ' lug myself of
iiuct.j , .inci:,iy voiiuj; aw-iy 7 in
one ease u is war act, Iu ti.e oi ier it is
my on. I have the power t.i ttkc- my
own life. My neighbor has tbe power to
take It, Is there nodiflereuoe, therefore,
whether lie destroys my lifo or I com
Liberalism can make no distinction
between men aud women in their right
to freedom of opinion. Tbe ballot is
simply the expression of opinion. Iam
in favor of negroes, miulsters, and
women cxoerolslng tbe right or suffrage
equally with the rest of mankind. If
they should vote against freedom, I
cannot eerve the cause of freedom by
depriving them of freedom, If I had the
.In Rf.ruli Involves the
sk of anarchy -ir. F. Jamtemm, in
"VlC JDODion Investigator.
SanciioB ofjhe Ben.
The kitchen Is
Here she works her will baking, boll-
u6i ieing, iryiug, mopping, washing
Ironing ; emphatically rullug tbe roast,
ror ages she has reigned aud wrought
unassisted aim unquestioned, save by
some meddlesome, tasting Soyer, or
cadaverous, bran-aud-water-eatiug Gra
ham. Naturally Jiatiug innovation,
she has been content In do nvervthln-
just as her mother used to. It was oulv
within a generation or two that science
and invention have secured a place on
the hearthstone ; but, no sooner there
man me hearth-stone is abolished, the
fire-place walled tin. and the fire In-
uloeed in an iron box. Clumsv aud
awkward as the boxes doubtless were at
first, It would have been long before
women, ir left to themselves, would
have ventured to Improve the pattern ;
yet Ihe Peoret history of the patetiU
ranges, pateut ovens, and the thousand-alid-one
ueut coutrivai.ee) that adorn
tlie kitchen of to-day, would show that
women's wit, not leas than man's wis
dom, lies at tiie bottom of the change.
Steam at last leuds its ruagie fingers to
aid her In her toil. Monday morning
has lost half its terrors; for now, in
stead of the tub, the corrugated board
and tbe bended back, the bole agencies
used by our foremotbers, a crank is
turned, and lo! theecrubblne is finished;
another crank, tbo clothes are wrung;
wnile another returns thorn Ironed,
Leave the kltoheu and ascend tbo par
lor. One of its neatest pieces is the
sewing-maculue. Tbe days ul never
done, eyes-aching sewing, extending
from mother Kve to the time of Ellas
Howe, are over at last. A buzz of
wheels, a rattle of the shuttle, and
yard of seam is doue. Women probably
invented sewing by hand ; men taugbl
them to sew by foot. One can easily
believe that woman first learned of tbe
angels to sins; men made tbe beautiful
piano to accompany her. Now let us
just take one clance at the other side.
Visit some factory or machine-shop
where women never go. urease, dirt.
and disorder are tbe leading features.
Man, however he may be an ingenious
annual, is not an over-neat oue; and
here this deficiency beeonies patent. If
men know their true interest they will
ojsen every door for tbe advancement of
woman to equal knowledge anil skill
with themselves, and In every depart
ment will profit by her keeu instinct,
as much as by their own vaunted
wieuco.ChritlaiH Union (London )
The Family Library.
Make a family library. The home
ought no mora to be without a library
than wlthoutadinlng-room and kitchen.
If you have but oue room, and it is
lighted by tlie great wood fire iu the
flaming fireplace, as Abraham Lincoln's
was, do as Abraham Lincoln did, pick
out oue corner of your fireplace for a li
brary, and use it. Every man ought to
provide for the braiu as well as for the
This does not require capital; there
ate now ciieap editions of the best took
it only requires time ami forecast. We
write Tu a private library, and a fairly
good oue for working purposes, of three
thousand and odd volumes. We began
It tweuty years ago, on a salary of $1,000
a year, with rive hooB u commentary
iu four volumes aud a dictionary. The
best libraries are not made; they grow,
At Ilrst buy only books that you want
immediately to reail. Do not ue deluded
Into buylug books because they are
classics, or cheap, or that you may get
nu 01 an agent, une boon read Is worll
a dezeu books looked at. No book i
possessed till it is read.
ritlereuce books constitute an eicen
tion, and an imoftaul exception, to
tins rule, rnese are tlie foundations o
a good library. The essential reference
books are Web'tei's Diotiotiary for the
family use, Webster Is iueomparahly
the best a good atlas and an encyelo
TsSMlu. Any sclino! atlas will do lain
second-hand one cau be had for almost
nothing), though, if you are able to pur
en?se it, jell's Jlaml Atlas n much bet
ter. There is no best cyclopaj iia; you
choice must depend iipou your resources
pecuniary aud mental.
In purchasing books, exercise a choice
in editions. The lowest-priced books
are not always tlie cheapest, lsuy book
of transient Interest or tniuur import
ance all novels, for example, and our
rent books of travel In cheap forms.
Tlie best novels can be had in prices
ranging irom ten to niieen cents each
a binder, at the cost of u dollar, will en
able you to bind together all of a size,
and make a volume out ot what would
otherwise become, when read, only ma
terial lor the waste-bisKet. Un tti
other hand, histories, classics of all
sorts, and generally all permanent
books, should be bought in good bind
inir aud good type. It takes well-sea
wined lumber to make a good family II
urary. lwuikik enwn.
Interesting to Advertisers.
ISvery established local newsiianer re
ceives subscriptions from the large
cities, which it puzzles tlie publisher to
aeeouut lor, nut wiuou llieisew iork
Times of a recent date throws some light
on, Iu the ionowing: "A wnolesal
grocer iu this city who became rich i
his business eays ni ruie always was
vyheu he sold a bill of goods on credit to
immediately subscribe lor the local pa
per of his debtor. So long as his cub
tnmer advertised liberally auJ vigorous
ly be rested, but as soon as lie b-gan to
contract his advertising space, be took
the fact as evidence mat there was
trouble ahead, and he invariably went
for his debt, bald he, 'the man wh
Is too poor to make his business known
is loo poor to do uuti.-iese.' ine with
drawing of an advertisement is an evi
denee of weakness that business men
are not slow to act upon."
She wore a belled a Inter cloak.
All bultoued down before,
A standing collar, and tbe tie
I think was red she wore;
A Jockey hat Hat on her nose,
sue carried a rattan.
And all who saw bcr couldn't tell
Tbe lady from a man
St. Albans Advertiser.
Tlie late Jules ravre, though a moit
eloquent plekdar, seldom won a case.
AUBNTS FOK TJI XBtV SOItTItTrnST.
Tbe following persons are duly authorised to
act as Agents for the New Noktowbrt :
IX D. Gray .Albany
Mrs. J. A. Johns lalem
Mrs. Louie Ream Eugene City
Mm. L. K. Procbslel IGrande
U I Williams.- Hlllsboro
Mrs. Laura DeForce uoroon -California
AKhby Pearee Bi-ulon county
M.P Owen itiouel.Cal
W. W. Bffaeh Col tax, w. T
"Woman's Journal"..... Boston , Mass
li. P. Perter shedd,Or
Mrs. C. 8. Foils San Jnoe.Cal
Mrs. M. A. Warner Sookane Fails. W. T
MUm Mary Btxhop Brownsville
mn. ji. a. jxragnary Amity
R. T. Koblsnn Forest Urove
Mrs. H. C. Hudson
Mrs. M. Kelly .
Mrs. J. DeVore Jolinon
Mrs. R. A. Vawlers
Mrs. B. B Hlihop .
Mrs. J. W. Jxrkwn .
A. W. lanard
Mrs. M. F. ook. L. '
Mtn. J. n. Fonter.. ..
J. T. Scott, Ewi .
Mrn. A K.Cnrwln.
I a lay r tie
Other parlies dcslrtni
to art as AKenU will
I Washlgnloa Territory. rooB'al
LIST OF POST OFFICES.
BAKEK OD NTT.
Aatmzfl'.AtiKiKta. linker City. Clnrksvtlle,
JUUIIH IWWD.IHytwnitunH.nwtwww, in
stil, Jordan Valley. Rye Valley. Malheur.
Htone, Connor Creek, North Powder, Honrs,
Alsea Valler. Uorvallls. Collins, Klne's
Vallev. Liberty, i-ltle Klk. Newport. Newton.
Onealta. lbllomalh, Starr I'olnt, Summit,
Toledo, Yauulna, Monroe, Tidewater.
Beaver, llntte Creek. Canby. Clackamas.
Clear Creek, Cuttlngsville, Damascus Uncle
Creek, Olad Tiding.. Highland, Volalla, 1111-
wanaie, eeity, isonon.urexnn vity-visweRo,
Handy, Hpringwaler, -Ion, New Kra, Harlow,
M i us, union Jims, noomrs rrry, i-icasant
Home, Klugo l'olnl, Staflbrd, Viola.
Astoria. Clifton. Jewell. Knanm.Nehalem.
Skipaaon, Seaside House. West port, Isthinu.
Olney, Summer House, Fort Cist--op, Ulaba-
i i i i. i i if. . ..iii.
mm,,w mi in , 1 ni 1 , n n , uri iii.iiir. 1 1 1., iiril-
ryvuie, xaninneHi', rortn itena, ixt, nan-
aoipa, piikio. siusum, utter my. uanaon,
i ravel Konl, Iowa ritougb. Freedom, Myrtle
rwni, Norway, aumner, rareersuurg.
Columbia CI I v. Olatakanle. Marshland. Ra
nter, niverslde, 81. Helens, Himvlc's Inland,
iscapiuoe, uieur urees. tninn, ernonio.
Cbetcoe, RHensbarg, Port Orford.
Camas Valler: Cleveland. ColeSt Valler.
Drain, Klklon, Oalesvlhe,Uardner, Kellogrs,
Looklngslaas, Myrtle Creek North Canyon
vllle, Oakland. Puss Creek, Ro-teburr, Heotts
Uk Creek, UayM Creek, Elk Creek, Elk Head,
r air uub, kohdu rmnv, suipnur npriugs.
Alvord. Can von Cltv. Camn Watson. Itav
vllle, John Uay City, Prairie city, luraersvllle,
l-nicnaru-s, nuniur, uimp niu-uey, uraillie,
Monument, XL Vernon, 1'enola.
Apnlecale. Ashland, Brownsboruucb. Oen-
tral Point, Eagle I'olnt, Urant's pass. Hot
Springa, Jacksonville. Ikeport, lliamlx.
SOCK 1-omi, mai vnuejr, i mur nart, 11-
lownpriugx, Barron, Big Butte, Willlaius' Creek
Fool's Creek, tktrd.-neiics, Pioucer, Woodvllle,
Klrbr. Leland. Slate Creok.W'aldo. Althouse.
IjUuKy iiueen, jturpny.
Antler. Bonansa. Ilalry. Cbewaucan. Drews'
Valley, Uoose lxke, Itke View, Iiugell Val
ler. IJUKVine. Menrauwn, rew line erect.
silver 1-nkc. Mprague ltlver. Hummer Ijike,
Tuie uaae, niienui, niuie-a rerry, xaiusx
Kir Prairie. Cottage Grove. Crewell
CaiUD Creek, Cartwru(bts, Dexter. Eugene
City, Franklin, Junction, Long Tom, Mo
hawk, Pleawtnt Hill, Huutlaw.Kpencer Creek,
Hpnngdeld, Trent, Willamette Forkn.Cbesber,
UniKoap riu, Hum uiuppuiuLinwiiililuw,
Easi Fork. UaM Creek. Uosben. Ida. Irving,
Isabella, laburg, I J verpool, Mabel, MeKeusle
Bridge, Uktuam, waner iiie.
Albany. Bis Praliit. Brownvi:ie. Craw.
fordsvltle, IUamond Hill, Fox VaKey, Qraas
itiaae. iiarrisouix'. liams lutncii. iiaisev.
Jordan, Ubawin, Miller. Muddy, ML Pleasant,
I'aoria. line. P-rlo. Sbedd's. Soda Kurln fso-
Aurora, Anmsvllle, Bultevllle, Brooks, Falr-
Oeld, uervais, iiuuoaru, jeneraon, jtanon
Monitor, Neweilsville, uiem, Silverlon, may
Um.St. Iltal, Turner, Woodbura, Aider, How
ell Pratrie, Meuaueni, susuiniiy.
St. Johns, wiilamuttesiougn, Aimns, iuhi
rtothel.Bams Vtsta.Ddllas. Kola. Elk Horn
Qnuid Sonde. Independeure. Lincoln, I.uckiu
mate, Iwlsvllle, Monmontb, Perrydnle, Hle-
reail, saiisviue, ena.
riaribaldl. Kllehes. Netaru. Neslocktou.Tll
larnook, Trass, nenaiem.
Itntxer Creek. Hennner. Ix-nr, Marshall
Meadowvllle. Milton. Pilot Kock, IVndlelon
Uiuatllla. Weston, Pettysville, Overton, On
trevllle, Midway, willows.
(Vtve. Island Cltr.La Orande. North Powder.
Hmuiaarvllle, Union, Wallowa, Indian, Ulk
Flat, Prairie creek, sparta.
ABWHHn, oriwn bnva. i.i im, jiiKn'
ll 1 1 T...V, M I,....- ill. ttkltHU.b-
. . . . . - - " , i.i , r i, v
VII, Ak UVM,, . 1 ...L . ...V,. SVw.k. Hwa..wH
Moauiab Hollow. Tbe Halle', warm wnnn
Waw, Wlliougnuy, rossu, line tnw, uanv
Rock, B.tke Oven, Crown Rock, Camp Polk,
imrnuivi . ii u i , iiw.aiu, i.i,,,.,.j . . .-
spring Valley, Tyak Valley, tipper Oelioeo,
uascaues iaxlh, wapiniua.
nea verwa, tjvtiar niu,vjnwiiH. inuo , rw-
Jlaton. Mountain Dale. Peaks. ISbolPs Ferry,
sy tor's Ferry, Tualatin, Wapato, Ontervllle,
Ua!e Creek, Gaston, Joppa, KcedvlHe, West
dniu. imio.iin, wigwm, v7v'ij amimj'
IUt- BOMIBUVHIC, H1,U I-" ., HIIUKI1
!-St. Joe, West Chehalem, Wheatland, Newberg.
Keah Bay. New Dungeneas, Port Ancelaa,
BmUle Ground. Brush I'rairie. Fourth Ilalu,
Martin's Blan". Pioneer. Btonxhton. Union
Bidae. Vaueoaver. Washoucal. Fern I'alrie.
us uenter, nayes, luniu.
cedai vllle. Chehatts Point. Elma.lIotBlam
Moatesiuo, Oak vllle, Hataop, .Sharon , Ssiamlt.
Alnowla. ltarksvllle. Davton. Pomeror.Tuk
anon, Annelia, uenirai rerry, Atarengo.
Castle Kock. FreenorU Kalama. Lower Oow-
llts. Monlleello. jlLConlu. Oak i'olnt. Pekln.
!iilverLake, Coweeman, Ulequa.
Connevllle. Ooveland. Duaallv. Utaaladv.
Port Discovery, Port Ludlow, Pott Townaend.
H ack River. Dwamtsh. Fail Cltv. nealila.
slaughler, Snoqnalmy, Squack, White Klver,
Cterry Valley ,Novelty,Milton,0ceola, Hen uu.
Port BUkely, Port Gamble, Port Madison.
Port Orchard, SeabeeK, TeckllL
Block House. Columbus. Ooldendale. Klicki
tat, White Salmon, Blakely, Fulda, Kilcklut
-Algernon, uotsiort, wnenaiis, Claquato. Cow
UU, Ulen Eden. UUle Palls. Meadow Brook.
chuck. Silver CreekVwinloek, Nasello.
Aroada, IJglitvHle, Oakland, BkokumlsU.
Bruceport, Bnxikneld , Knappton, Oystervllle.
lUverslde. Tsooth Bend, Unity, Vomlward's
Landing, Bay Center, Lake View, Booth Bend.
Elhi. Franklin, Lake View, New Tacoma.
Puyallnp, SteiUwoom Oily, Taenma, Alder
town, Carbon, Acton, Bammer, Mock, Wllkc
San Juan, Lopax, Orcas, East Sound, Friday
Omierrtlle, IHrell, Mukilleo, Snohomish
Tnlalip, Park Plaee, Btamwood.
Cateades, Collins' Landing.
Crab Creek, Poor Lakes, Fort Colvlllr. Hang,
man's Creek, line drove. Rock Creek, Rosalie,
Bnokane Brt.lge, Bpokane FaJU, Union Ridge,
Uosu Back, Beaver, Miami Prarle,01ymp!a,
Tanalquoit. Tenlno, Tu.-awaler, Yclln, lnlc-
Catblamel, Eagle ClijT, Bfcaaso-Wawjy, Tva:er-
rasaha Pnlrle. WalUburg. Walla Walla,
Wnlunau, t auuia.
Cedar Orove, Ooemas, La Conner, Lehmhl,
Lnmml, linden, Nootaarhk, Point William.
Hamish, Feabotne, Beiahmoo, Ship Ilarlor,
Hnlp JSiane , sskbsis, j rimer, n usiomi , r luaisow
Cedar Creek, CoHkx, Ewsirtsvllle.Oweni bnrg,
Paloose. Bteptoe, Union Hat. Walton, Clinton,
Ixitch vllle, Ianaw&Jia, line ('. . Rosalia.
Ana tone, Lloooln, Iswha city, I u:oulos-n
AiUnum. IJItensbsirs. Fart Slmroe, Kittitas,
fvonnawoek, Nanum, PlesMinl Grave, Solan,
Money Order O Sices.
DR. PAUL Til. BRENAN.
The Host Successful Physician on tho
IN THE TREATMENT OF ALL
CHRONIC AND DIFFICULT DISEASES,
HAS rtETUrtNED AFTER AN EXTENSIVE
tour or the KaMern 8 tales ror tbe past tour
months. The Doctor vlsied all tbe principal
nieuicai inttltutlons In the large ernes oi tne
Untied States, aud comei buck wilb all Ihe
modern methods. Instruments and appliances
known to the mol scientific men Iu (lie pro
feMklon. Tbe lvidnr has nlko brought charts
and maniklus to tlluMrale bis lectures.
, jiil PAUL M. BURN AN has been 15 years
lecturing on tlie Law of Life and Health. In
ni private and public lectures he has taught
men and women IhA InM svcteni of life, how
to bo healthy and happy, if they would only be
guided by hlswisecounfel. But all cannot hear
iiisueuguitui and In struct I re lectures, nor ean
lie tell even tiling necessary for suffering hu
manity to know from tbe public rostrum be
fore a promiscuous audience. There remains
much to be learned from htm, as his experi
ence extends ever Jiroad Heidi of active pro
fessional life. This knowledge so necessary to
tbe welfare of sufferers can only be cleaned by
inivuiu i roiessionai consultation at uis omoe.
His exnerlenee in th vurions narts of Kurane
aud America gives him such opportunities of
me uencaie uiseae wnicu ine Hu
man lamuy are prone to, their mode o treat
ment aud permanent cure, ss no other nhvsl-
cian on th 1'aclnc ivvut n claim. He has
not oniy treated these diseases most success
fully, but has made them u life study, as a few
moments' consultation w.ll nm
He has become an expert In the treatment of
uisease, weakm-ss and daogement of the re
productive orgaus or bcUt male and female.
iuhuuids uis wises causeu Dy me
l oi.i.iiis or xoirrii.
ssi, or ioss ok 1HHI KCT VITALITY. Nearly
two-thirds of all tbe nhmnta IiIuumiiiuIiii
either directly or Indirectly, from some de-
nitnoiiivut im ujvitexuMi syBism.aud yet this
subject Is neglected by ihe majority of Ihe
ir is Titn;
That persons who are unfortunate encash to
beamicled by any form of miui ,iiKuj,
a deileacy In ealliug upon the proper physi
cian In time, from a sense of modesty, aud
sometimes from Ignorance, and permit those
diseases to exist until their cnntiuiiinn in
come corrupieu, meir organization broken
uuwu.nuu idq iiooeoi istunnsmi hm. kiiki.
ed, until death beeoinesa welcome messenger
w van j .,,iii um ,fi ,uvir iiiiwntoie existence.
iHMwwiwi iu umeupon UhV PAUL M.
IlltKNAN need hare no fear bit what l,. win
restore them to perfect health anil vim, m.i.
their bodies pure and their minds content, if
they will only follow bis advice and treatmenL
unarm, iminriiiiis, i nroai iiiseases, Sxlo
Diseases. Rheumatism. Kldnevfv,tnniainf mi
all Diseases oi the Eye and Ear, Htomaeh and
iiiHuuoi, ne cuii cure witnout jail. Pio vuack
Nostrums used; no slop treatment; no false
promises Everything strictly conadeutlal
under all circumstances.
t'olisllltallail I'rcc. and n Hat nf nrinlad
(luestlons sent lo those livlngatadlstanca who
caiiiioseonsuit mm personally.
.v i ou a igui ifuoniuon, neriorrnsii.
Offloe No. SI First street, between Oak and
i-ine. umce Hours i i-t.m in to I i r i u
and 7 to $ l k. .? ir
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
lor IINchsi-h of the Till-out nml I.uhh,
such nt Guslis, t rills, v uoopln;
tonsil, llruncliilis, Ailliiun,
Tlie few compositions
which have won the
confidence of mankind
and become household
words, among not only
one but many nations.
must have extrmordl
uary virtues. Perhsps
no one ever secured so
wide a reputation, or
maintained it so long.
as AVER'S ClIEBKY 1 "SO
TO KA I. it has been known lo the public about
forty years, by a long continued series of
marvelous cures, that bare won for It a confl
denee in Its virtues never equaled by any
other medicine. It still makes tbe most ef
fectual cures or Coughs, Colds, Consumption
that can be made by medical skill. Indeed,
the Cherry Psxtohal has really robbed these
dangerous diseases of their terrors to a great
exteut, and given a reeling ol Immunity from
their fatal effect that is well rounded If the
remedy be taken In season. Every latHlly
shoald have It In their closet Inr the ready and
prompt relief of Its members. Bickheas, suf
fering and life even Is saved by this timely
protection. The jwudent should not neglect It
pud the wise will not. Keep It by yoa lor the
protection ll a Boots by Its timely use In sudden
auuess. t-reparea oy
DIt. J. V. A.YEIC A CO., Lowell, SilMl
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers In Medicine.
FOrjLAr.3 LIBRARY A1SB61ATIQN
UBOMM-Corucr X'lrst nnd Stnrk Su..
over Ladct & TUteai Baak.
Ooalslss (Iter Ehrkt Tkeataoil Paslce issski
Over 198 VsflT and BSagajiaea,
MEMBERSHIP VUEZ TO ALU
UontUIy Rues Si Payable UnarJerly
iiiHECToaa win. s. UHia.r.o. eehnyler, Jr..
M. P. Deady.H. V. Cofbett. W. II. Aitekett,
v, u, UIUOS.U411. iitwn, .i. 11 . reeuneimer, jj
tainns, Im mum.
MATTORW P. DKADY
II. FA I LINO
P. a SCIIlTYLKIt. J
M. W.-FKCItllEIMKK Corresponding See
IIKTCRY A. OXK1I Librarian and Ree. Sec
UO PATEPJT, NO PAY I
Obtained for Inventors In the United States,
Canada, and Karoos, at reduced prices. With
our principal ofllce located in Washington, di
rectly opposite tne u nueu maies i-mivui uim,
we are able to attend to a I Patent Boslue
with irreater nrotnntness.tnd dispatch and less
cost than other patent attorneys, who are at a
distance from Washington, and who have.
thererore, 10 employ associate attorneys."
Wo make preliminary examinations and fur
nish opinions as to patentability, free of
charge, nnd all who are Interested In new In
ventions and patents are Invited to send fora
copy of our "Guide ror Obtaining Patents,'
which is sent free lo any address, and contains
complete Instructions how to obtain patents,
and other vnluuble matter. We refer to the
German-Ameilcan National Rank, Washing
ton, 13. u.;uie 1 loyal Swedish, Norwegian, and
Danish locations, at Washluslnn; lion. Jot.
Casey, late Chief Justice II. S. Court of Claims:
to tne uroeiais or the U. K. I'atent Grace, and
to Senators and Members or Congress from
Address: T.nniR njinnvn .- m ajusiui
?,f .!1'.,nl?..,!,1 Atioruey-at-Lar, Lo Dmlt,
Bolldtiig. Wttshlnrton. D. C. n-H "
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES,
for. Second and Taylor atreeln.
Reasonable Charges for Hire and Boarding.
Hack orders promptly attended. Day or Night
VTOODWAUD A SI.HiOllN. Irop'H.
S(( A WEEK in your own town, and no
UU capital risked. Yon can give the busi
ness a trial without expense. The best oppor
tunity ever otTered for those willing to wort
You should try nothing else until yvu see Am
yourself what you ean do at tbe business w
offer. No room to explain here. You ean ife
vote all your time or only your spare time la
the business, and make great nay for every
hour that you work. Womeu make as much as
men. send for special private terms and par
ticulars, ithleh we mall free. 16 outfit free
Don't eoni plain ol bard times while yoa have
sueu a ouanee. Address jju j x w.
Portland, Maine. 8J7
THE NEW NORTHWEST.
SIXTH rtiB OF FUBLIUATIOJf !
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Weekly Journal
StYOTlO TO THE HHUVS BEST INTERESTS I
Independent In Politic and Religion!
miUB WXIJrKMOWN WJiHULT JOUR-
sat begins Its Ninth Tear of Publication
with Its tssuaot May 1st. lint, under the busi
ness managsment of thS DCMWAT PtJBLISH-
IXO Comtat, U whom alt letters counseled
with IheBdltortal, Adverttsteg or Subscription
Department of the papersrc to be hereafter
Tbe Nj.Tr KarawrjT Is sot a Woman's
Rights, but a Human Rights organ, devoted
to whatever policy msy be nesesssry to secure
ths greatest good to tbe greatest number. It
knows lo sex, no politics, no religion, no party.
no color, no creed. Its foundation Is fastened
upon the roek of Bterual Liberty, Universal
Binanelpalion and Untranitaeled Progression,
OFFICE OF rUSIJCATION Bthweet cor
ner of Front and Washington atreets, (up
stairs), PorMenil, Oregon.
THE 0MAUMIN0 SERIAL JrTORY,
"MRS. HA It DINE '8 WILL,"
Bt MRS. A. 8. DUNIWAY,
Was commenced In our Issue of NovemkcrTsk
M RS. DUNI WAY'S peculiarly original style
of Editorial Correspondence will- continue
from week to week to attract thousands of
readers, and Editorials are promised upon all
the leading topics of the day. CORRE
SPONDENTS are also employed to furnish
weekly letters from Washington, New York
nnd various parts of Europe.
No pains will be spared to make THE NEW
NORTHWBST tho leading newspaper ol Its
class In America. Iu literature Is always
moral In tone nnd Instructive and elevatln: in
character, and 1s sou:bt after by tits best nnd
most InteMsent class of readers. As a medium
(or Advertlsrog, this journal has no superiors.
HOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, IN ADVANCE!
Single copies, one year
LI II KRA L l.VIIUHl-tnWJ-S
Agents and Cnnvasseis!
SEXD IN YO OROERS EARLY
Rally, Frlnntls, Co the Snj.poi t J Ifnuiai
'tlrl'li "nil Th- I'enplo'. Paper.
DUNIWAY rUBLISUnca COMPANY,
Corner of. Front and Washington streets (en
trance on W lhlaztonJi PorUanc, Or.
H. T. HELfilBOLD'S
B IF G H U !
a SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR ALL DISEASES CF THE
BLAEDIR AK3 KIDXEYS.
rnn nun r nun . r 1 1 1111 " ,
.'Ufb uauuii 1 i , ui ,i,jiui.i.
r dtsDosMton lo RxertluiiorHaslaeMi.SsHilti-
aess of Breath, Troabled wtUt Thoaehts of
uisease. mmnejss oc vmos. in ih ine uses.
Chest and Head, Hush of Blood to Ihe Head,
Pale OoentauatMe and Dry flktn. It thsss
sjnBtoms am allowed lo go on, Tory freqaeBt-
svpiiepue riw iiu uimii in pvaoi 1 101 low.
hen the eonstltetlon becomes u Seeled. It re
quires tbe aid of an invigorating medicine to
Mresginen uiu touv up sm vjsww, nnns
DOES IN JSVItRY OA SB.
By any remedy known. It pr?erlbed by
INC IIHt PIUIHWil ISU SNJi lUH H
oer the world in
lebes and Taias,
'SUsasts of ths Eidncys
General 111 Koallh, '
.l Famalo 'fioanplnilitljl 2tc.
Pain la the BhouMers,
Bad Taste in the Uesrtb,
Ialpttaea of tbe Heart,
PalnlulbeF.asBa the Jd Beys,
And a thotMaml other palnfal symptoioj, are
' HELMCOLD'S BUCKU
INVIGORATES TIIE STOifACH
And stimulates the torpid IJver. Howels, and
Kidneys to Healthy Action, In eVatsstac the
blood or all impurities, and Im par tine new life
and vieor to Ihe whole system.
A single trfnl will be quite MUOeteflt to con
vince the most ltetrilaline of Mn valuable itune
KSPRICE, 81 PER XIOTTI.R,
- 0r ax Bottles fr SS.
Tievrrd to any address free from observa
5on. I'UCnl may ciMlt by ettrjertvi,
ihe some nUentkm as byeelllnft. Oompetent
Physicians attend locorrespondenls. All let
ters should be addressed to
Drarglit and Chemist,
Sae that tlie Private Proprietary Ktamp
. Li nu easli Battle
FLEISOHNEE, MA YES & 00.
Fro and First Greets, bet Ash and A,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
MK. MAYKR HAS MAD YJY KXTKN
tre parch sens of a lull Usjessf
Direct ri-ta tbe Maau etnrers and Importers
la Mew York. Oar Stock will consist ot tbe
latent sty lee and shades of
ITentlioi-s ami ?1iiiixok,
KIWMc, riaiB, Orm 9rmn and Piviier,
SKki, TeiTwts, oto., etc.,
To which we Invite the attent-M of Use JiUll
nery Trade of Oragoa nod Washingtosi Terri
Heine the only wholesale House la tne State
Importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from
New York, we will be prepared to otter extra
inducements to oar Friends and Patrons,
A i--. ,i if ,1 AlllnBtTlof srcl
t:ie e r.f t m ev unolse-nr. sail stamps it as on-e s s tfas
n beAHtifulco CTtAnt. Piim nslliws : Hpi(clit,7l tiW
V.-il:h, sin : r-;.:h,tl In. S liets ef Beeds. SMc
tnrrs. lastaps. rwneh Vcner?d paaneleS Cases
b y rirl Bktyslmprovl Knee 8w11.itl Best -tj'si
Istti. : rat.-ta UusOrTsn renders It tiie noS
dc.tn rrrti'ror ; nnnf j-ttimcforll;'. j.rio-ort) raw
ing num. R. u pne SMCed f or sack an ui.tnnaeot by
A?-s, three jrcars saoabooskSTSsS. Ms eflCer. Only
SteV. S-yr-tS JmSwwl w.tory I wm
aril)rllelltal7arniSw. 1TH Is net ss repre
sented, return st my eeuse. Ipsyiaar frpii.ht both ways.
Recirmbrr, this olTrriaatlhe -wvry lwnt aacmee.ant
that 1 p,r.iT -,T will not der tc from tills price, anally
waratated far years. IT' "T era W.st.i
Wtjsi The mrsSsaceessrsl Hulls, ia 4m erh-a. Mora
ttiili S tJU than any m cifaettaer. I
basis ettenc led my snlas aow oyer the entire world. Th
an, a lara aw wvlHan SweSH Uhsa nay Enatrai mmm
Cbsne-it of Karosw. Iam mora detei laea than ewer
laasnocuy or i, i wsnuuuwi.a.
shaU be ttiieapreaentM by nv cetebrated luatli wU
ISSHmitt i and
or m y .'i?abottl rf Delelcp?plootor aay reapea.
Ihilltv. Ilmstrated Iswassatr dlncl -
Hon at-iit cost ot Pianos and Qnjai ssasrast freei.
A-rjl jn i iTBAXTr,
Washiagto-, 3fsw Jersey.
JL S. U A. P. ImICEY, Atterney-a-Law
SB seventh street, Washington, IX a
1 11 vest ton.
We n men re natents in all countries. Ko at-
-ioksbt ran is adtaxcb. So cbarce unless
tne patent is granted, no leesior masinc pre
liminary exaft-i nations. No sdditionaf lees
fas- ohtalnlnsr and condnctlnc a rehear! ns.
Spselal attention gtvesi to Interference Cases
before the Patent OcVe, Extensions beore
Congress, Infrinsement Salts in dlflereat
Stales, ana ail iiucauon perssumns; hi inven
tions or Patents. Send stamp lor pamphlet
idTtns; full Inst motions.
ITnitesI tntM Court nml Departments.
Cbsims DrosMoted In the Sonreme Court of
the United States, Court of. Claims, Court of
Commissioners of Alabama Claims, Southern
Claims Commission, and all classes of war
tdalma before tbe Eiecutive SeparunenMs
Alrenrs of Psy oust Jtowity.
0s cers. Soldiers, and Sailors or tbe late war,
or their heirs, are in many eases entitled to
money rrom tne uovern an ns, n vnicn sssey
have no knowledge. Write full history ol ser
vIm. and state amonnt of Day and bounty re
ceived. Knclose stamp, and a rail reply, arte
examination, will be given yon without chartre
All Officers. HoIdlerH. and Sailors wennded
captured, or Injured Jn tbe late war, however
slight, are entitled to, and ean obtain a pen
United States Oeuerii I Lamd OfSee.
Contested Irnd Cases. Private Land Claims
Mining, pre-emption, and Homestead Cases
prosecuted before the General Land Office au
Department ot tbe Interior.
I .null Wnrraulw.
"Va mtv eaah far Kounty Lnd Warranta. and
we Invite correspondence with ail parties hav
ing any tor sale, and give mil and explicit In
struction where asahrnments are imperfect.
w e eonauci oar DoaineBs m separate jnueaas
hjtyins therein tbe clerical astialanrsi of ahla
and experienced lawyers, and give our closest
personal snper-iawn to every important paper
prepared In each case. Prompt attention thus
seen red to all business entrusted to us. Ad
dress it. i v a. 1". ijky. Attorneys.
WAHMINOTOK, Ik a
Any person deal ling lu formation as to the
andlnsr aad responsibility of the Arm will. on
request, be rarnisbed with a satisfactory refer
ence In has vicinity or Congressional district.
1 ffC TO A YEAR, or $5 to 520 per
ldUvJ day in yonr own locality. No risk,
omen do as well as men. Many make more
than tbe amount slatted above. Jo one caa
fall to make money fast. Anyone can do the
work. Yoa can make from 50 cents lo 1 an
boor by devoting your evenings and spare
time to Ihe business. Nothing like It for
money-ma ing ever offered belore. Business
pleasant and strictly honorable. Header, if
yon want lo know all about the best-pay inr
business before the pnblic.send us your ad
dress and we will send you full particulars
and private terms rree; aamples worth $5 also
free; you can then make np your mlud for
ynurielr. Address GKoRGE ST1SSON CO.,
Portland, Maine. s-47
SQAO A MONTH guaranteed; 12 a day at
OxJyJ home made by the Industrious. Capi
tal not required; we will start yon. Men,
women, boys and (tlrls make money raster at,
work for us tuna at anything else. The work
is light and pleasant, and such as any one caa
go right st Ttiose who are wise who see this
iioti.-e will send ns their u.Idrvsses at once and
we fur ihrin-elvi-s Coolly ontdt and terms
free. Now Is tbe time. Those already at work
are laying op large sums of money. Address
TRUE -CO., Augusta, Maine. (HI
uxectiire in Li u vs.- e