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.MA11CH 14, 1873.
THE IHATJGTJBAL ADDBESS.
The President of the voting sex lias
again spoken. The Inaugural Address,
which is given in full in most of the
men's journals, is a terse, able and sen
sible production as far as it goes, but it
only hints at one broad Republican idea
that we should have been pleased to see
treated with full recognition, although
knowing his usual non-committal style
upon matters not yet endorsed fully by
his legal advisers who generally deal
much more with law and precedent
than with judgment or comprehension
of ideas we did not expect it.
That the President has a glimmer of
the broad expanse over which Liberty
is destined ultimately to preside, we
gather from the following gleam of in
"Ittfcmr Arm conviction tlint the civilized
world In tending toward republicanism liv the
people.and that our own great Republic Is des
tined to ue uie zuraing Mar to an omens."
It is idle to deny that women are
"people," and it is equally idle to iguore
them and domaud for the negro a "fair
chance to develop what is in him." Hut
politicians have endorsed the negro, and
the President reflects their sentiment;
they have not yet thoroughly endorsed
the women, aud so he is not ready to rec
ommend that they shall.
Here is another gleam:
"I believe our Kreat Maker l preparine 11
mmiM, in hi own rood time, one nation,
speaking one language, and in which armies
ami navtea will no longer be required."
Looking further through the address,
. we find that Indians, who are also en
dorsed by politicians, are receiving a
full share of attention. "We are pleased
to quote as follows:
'Our superiority or strength and advantage
of eivlllMtion should make us lenient toward
the Indian. The wrongs already inflicted on
hint should be taken Into account, and a bal
ance placed to his credit. The moral view of
the question should be considered, and the
question asked: Can the Indian be madcanso
ral aud productive member of society by proper
teaching and treatment ?
Xow, if women only were negroes or
Indian, they would be of some conse
quence. But stay! Iloreweare:
l acknowledge before this assemblage, rep-
raHniiBf u u noes every section oi me coun
try, the obligation I am under for the creat
Ikhhk- they have conferred upon me by return
ing me to the highest office in their sift, and
the further obligation resting on me to render
the beat services in my power."
Now, General Grant, the women of
this Union, who acquiesced in your
nomination and contributed by their
energy and intellect 500,000 votes to se
cure your re-election, aud who did this
work gratuitously, because you repre
sented a party that had given them a
tplinler to stand upon in its National
platform (which, being their only
cltoiee, they unhesitatingly accepted),
the women of this Union read your
words aud say, "We hold you to your
bargain, sir! You have an opportunity
to crown your retiring years of public
service with an honor as great, yea,
greater far unto yourself than was con
ferred upon the martyr-patriot, whose
Emancipation Proclamation will shine
forever with an unfading luster upon
his fame aud name. You arc, indeed,
under great 'obligation for the honor
conferred upon you,' and wo shall
await with deep interest your future ac
tion upon your 'firm conviction that
the world is tending to republicanism
by theyeoplef in the hope that you will
recommend to the next Congress tiie
passage of a Declaratory Act, pronounc
ing the majority of 'the people' of this
so-called Itopublic entitled to an equal
representation with the minority. This
is the 'best service in your power to
these people. Shall they be disap
pointed?" "We are pleased to sec the manly good
sense of the closing paragraph of the
address, showing that the President is
proudly ready to acknowledge his hum
ble origin; and wc are also pleased to
note that he is not indifferent to the
many aspersions against his former
character with which the public arc so
familiar,ind which we rejoice to say
his public life has proved him able to
reform from and rise above:
"I wm entirely without influence, or the ac
quaintance of persons with Influence, lint was
resolved to perform my ou-t in the struggle
threatenltur the vcrv existence of the Nation.
I performed it conscientiously ami without
asKtnjc for promotion or command, and wltltout
reveukeful feeling toward any section or Indi
vidual. N'owHhstanding this, throughout the
war, and from iny candidacy for my present
oHJee la tgK to the clo-e of the last I'rcsldenlal
eatnpalicn, I have been the subject of abuse
awl slander scarcely ever equaled In political
hMmjr, which , to-day, I feel I can afford to dis
regard, in view of your verdict, which I grntc
nlly accept as my vindication."
When the President shall have done
woman the justice for which she prays,
she too may, like him, have opportunity
to rise from a life of real or supposed
dissipation ami "without asking for pro
motion or command," have equal oppor
tunities with such as himself to "per
form" her "part" in every great Na
A5SWEB3 TO CORRESPONDENTS.
"W. II. K., Jacksonville: There Is a
mistake, either with our books or your
daughter. If the books are correct, she
subscribed through a traveliug agent
who received the per cent, asa premium
that "public opinion stimulates In a woman a , iurmaurh. x wo jircmiumo iiuum uiuiu
desire lor display and Idleness, and a rare and , .j . Pr,ver the siiliserintion Price. It
.. ..hi a it liftWlK Iter Illtfl! ttflll I MH. .
to detain her from earning these luxurii-a." j would be amusing to US if it Were not SO !
annoying to see the tenacity with which
The following editorial in a recent
issue of the Jlerald'A decent and
respectable opponent, by the way is
worthy of more than a passing notice:
If we mistake not it was Mrs. Ihiniway who.
with much more truth than poetry, rcmarKeu
she mleht have tronc a sten further to Innuire
wnowatilic autiioranu riieriMiiiiK iw""
this same public opinion, which operate so
injuriously to all the higher inlere-t of the
sentler fx. It l not male public opinion that
stimulates tno-e extensive anucxpensm- mmi
strosltles In dress, which women cling to with
such fashionable tenacity. The sweeping trails
and the other nonsensical ausuruuie are mi
suggested by a very foolish female vanity, and
neither win the approval nor rcsiieet of the
coarser vessel. If women would but return to
the modest anil economical habits of their
grandmothers, the complaint of "nothing to
wear" would disappear, ami noioniy aomniw
happiness, tint all the higher Interests which
cluster round the domestic lionrd, would be
Wc think, if our brother would read
up our cogitations half as closely as we
read those from his pen, he would
know, of a truth, that we have gone
more than one "step further In our in
quiries as to the cause of the fact he
quotes. We sorrowfully admit the
truth of every word he utters, and yet,
while woman has no higher aspiration
than dress, fashion and display; while
the only property she can rightly ac
cumulate aud own is clothes; and while
she, like man, is naturally acquisitive,
and fond of many possessions, it is not
to be wondered at that she expends her
taste and genius in "expensive mon
strosities iu dress." "The sweeping
trails aud other nonsensical absurdities"
he mourns are an abnormal outgrowth
of woman's cntramnielcd condition. It
is worse than folly to talk about "re
turning to the economical habits of our
grandmothers" in these days, when the
spinning wheel and loom are discarded
for the sewing machine. Women
must have employment, and since they
are debarred by man from such political
and pecuniary opportunities as he con
siders indispensable to his own advan
tage, they very naturally choose the oc
cupation of personal adornment, witli
which to gratify industry aud acquis
itiveness. Man need not be so vain as
to imagine that woman believes she
gains his approval by'such employment;
neither is she so foolish as to believe
that his admiration is productive of
any great good to herself when she se
cures it only through self-abnegation.
Sho merely means to acquire property
because such acquisition is the ruling
propensity of the age, and being de
barred from other avenues of business,
unless possessed of more than ordinary
pluck and perseverance, by which she
may carve for herself an honorable oc
cupation in the teeth of ridicule aud
misrepresentation, sho very naturally
betakes herself to nifties, panniers, Jew
elry and other nonsense to employ her
mind and quiet her ambition. Women
of business are not disposed to cxlrav
agance in dress; neither do they spend
more time upon their toilet than busi
ness men, but while men find such oc
cupations readily, if possessed of brains
and perseverance enough to engage in
them, women, no matter what their nat
ural or acquired qualifications, are, as a
general thing, "detained, hand and foot"
from earning or amassing other prop
erty, and hence arises their exhaustive
Will our contemporary take notes?
some people cling to the Idea that they
must bo paid for taking a paper. The
only inducement a publisher has for of
fering premiums is the expectation that
people will try to extend their circula
tion, yet wc find that those who are
most eager for premiums are those who
work least for the paper. Go pay your
own subscription one year aud then
order the paper sent to some other name
that you may thereby secure a premium
on two subscriptions without benefiting
the publisher may be fuu for subscribers
but it is death to the paper if acquiesced
in. Wc want all women to understand
that they are quite as much interested
in the New Northwest as wc are, and
while we can and do pay premiums to
catmuMre, or those who renew and send
one or more new subscribers, we
cannot give premiums for the payment
of old debts.
It. K. E.. Davton: Wrap your fine
tatting collars, thoroughly soaped,
around a common junk bottle. f?ow
them fast and put thom into cold water
over the stove to boil. If very yellow
add a little bleaching powder. Boil till
clean, then rinse thoroughly, without
removing from the bottle, first In clear
and afterwards in starch water with n
little indigo added. Then bake in the
oven, taking care not to burn them.
Mrs. M. J. P., llalsey: AVc shall not
be able to finish writing "Ellen Dowd"
till money gets easier, so that we can
afford to spare the time for the purpose.
Clatskany: Wc will try to comply
with your request in regard to the first;
the second we arc not acquainted with.
Sorry your mails are irregular.
Justice, Gervais: You shall be heard
noxt week. Excuse the unavoidable
E. S., Forest Grove: The books weic
not purchased. All right.
II A. W., Eugene: Thank you for at
tending to the matter.
The Ponrtecnth Amendment.
;'orrelondenee of the Sew Yotk Tlmes.l
In the Circuit Court at Albany, yes
terday, Miss Susan 15. Anthony made
one more step toward the consummation
of her hopes a final decision on the
right to vote under the recent ameiid
nwnta in llio Constitution. Miss All-
tlionv Is not iu the
1H-i.1i. Ir iiotil line Ml llOr
ever so desirable that women should
vote, would hers be a good case. '
so important a chauge in our Constitu
tion as she proposes is made, it will bo
done openly, and unmistakably, and not
be lea to the subtle interpretation of a
clause adopted for a wholly different
purpose. Aw lor I: Junes.
Iu the above editorial item, I
three assertions, on each of which allow
me lo maKc a lew comments.
Some of thu lawyers of this city
twenty-six, indeed have signed a docu
ment,published last week iu the Salt
Lake Jfcrald, which is at once an accu
sation against the Territory and a
memorial to Congress, setting forth
some of the usual charges against the
remotest degree I people of Utah which ought to bo too
if it were , staie now iu uc itmuu"." v ...
again ior ine inousiiuui" nun.-, uj m.
gentlemen. Tho Jlcruld has been
handling the document without gloves,
and showing in plaiu terms its unfair
dust statements and
bitter partisanship; but one portion of
:t .ltnnniU notice bv the Jhxnoncm. it
I pnvo rllv attacks the right of the women
find ! of to the elcctivo frauehise, by at
miu , . . . ii. -... nnnf,..,inc tho fmnpiilsn
laCKlUC UlUJiltt tiiiin.i"o - -
ii,mi v sav covertly, and
U11UII Ull-liii ' " " - ' , .
'itvn,. : irvi Ai.thoiiv is not misut u4 ul:lVlu" JZrZtZ. m.
First-You say "Miss Anthony s not , -j -,- t , js not straight-
n the remotest degree likely to gain her ; BO'ieii up in B f . . t d3 raoro
like the pica oi a peimogsei '
the lower courts man a tumii..v...
..i. oun-nniii im oxnwted from twenty
la who nro entitled by law
and usage to be styled "learned gentle
men." The document submits "that
Mir, net of February 12th, 1S7U, prosit
lutes the right of suffrage by conferring
it upon an alien woman without even
qualification of time of residence." Ihe
ciimdner. nnd most comnletc way of re-
fil I i irr "thin i liv imntiii'' tho act itself,
which being short, we here append iu
fVinfernnc unon women the elective
(Approved February 12, 1S70.)
Sec. 1. He it enacted by the Governor
and legislative Assembly of the 'terri
tory of Utah: That every woman oi ine
age of twenty-one years who lias resided
THE BIBTH 0FA NEW 0AEEEE.
Women will carry over to the future
a patriotism torn of adversity and trial,
more intense and purer than that of the
past. Their love of country is filial and
thereforo inextinguishable. Tho prin
ciple of patriotism strikes root far down
in the tender conscience of woman
and its bloom will expand into a holy
passion, and the luscious fruit ripen into
deeds of love aud mercy for the weal of
The alloy of selfishness corrodes and
burns away in the crucible, and her
patriotism "Comes forth conquering and
to conquer." But thoso who remain
steadfast must be willing to suffer mar
tyrdom In the great contlict now pend
ing, by crucifying everything that has
a tendency to hinder progression. We
advocate the system of Human Hight,
and upon that doctrine, or the establish
ment of Woman Suffrage, depends the
When she first annlied to Henry 15.
Seidell, one of the ablest lawyers in the
State of New York to defend her in the
Courts, ho said, "You have no law to
stand upon, and I do not like to go into
Court with an client whose case is not
backed by law."
"You are mistaken, sir," said Miss
Anthony; "I have law. Constitution,
and the opinions of able Judges and
lawyers on my side, and here are tho
documents for your thoughtful consider
ation, and $100 fee for your trouble. I
will call again in a few days, after you
have had time lo read the 'Federal Con
stitution with its amendments,' aud the
debates thereon from time to time, with
'Ben Butler's Report' on our memorial
to Congress, and tiie able arguments of
lawyers aud decisions of Judges in eases
similar to mine already tried iu ditler
ent Courts, which, if you will read, I
mini you win cnauge your opinion.-- , y t, , Territory six months next pre
judge Seldcn read arid studied the f , c,ectioI)( borri r
v................. ........... w ...j , , widow or uausiiier oi a
btisaii jj. Atu iony s rigni to vote, o n ..alive-born or naturalized citizen of
i uiuuiumi.-ubu uiuuinnui " -i'"- ti,c i"nitcl States, shall be eutitled to
i,Vi ,,. .", i. , t t vote at auy election in tins Territory.
When Miss An bony called on Judge , partsof laws con
Se den a second time she found him an ,licUn:; with tllls Actl arc hereby re
enthusiastic supporter of our demand " "ir 111 J
..n.ln. I.V,,,-I.,;.II. A .nnn.tninof IT.. ' IWaiOtl.
III1UV1 IIIUXUklllVLIIUI .IUH.IIUIIII.lll. J , . . .. .
nvelnlinoil. on snoJti.r h, r. Tli,.r I bin- I Hie tiet IS SO plaill that it SCCIllS 1111-
.,i t ,ii .. t ti, twssible tlmt aiiv one would attempt to
uiuun"! uu, villi iu iiiviivi Jw in niw . - - , . ., . . -,
exercise of your right to vote, but to en-! dispute the fact that it convict; these
franchise every woman iu tho land." gentlemen of willful and deliberate
Tn tin. ii a a nf Afv-m iimilivi.ll vs tl. tuisstatfineiits, with intent to deceive.
State of Illinois, in which the plaintill , ' looking over the names we note
was denial the right to practice law on i swue who were at one time very anxious
tho around that she was a married , that the women of I tah should ixissess
i the elective franchise, lliey were tiien
,.t t. r.u.. !., n, &i.nrnn... f,i,iri . as thev are now. aspirants for uotoriety
took the ground that, under the Four- '! power; and they imagined that
teenth Amendment, slio had the right, women were weak, pliable bemgs, who
i I..,,.. .i i, i,nci i.ta could not withstand their wonderfully
nient on the last sentence of section 1 of eloquent sophistries, but would rush to
the Federal Constitution: "No the polls enthusiastically determined to
Statc shall make or enforce any law ! Sve tiice wortiy ciiampions uie tiesireu
i,..u .,i.,;.i.,. t, ,r,..:in,n4 mwi elevation to ollice and emoluments.
IIAIIUII Cllllll IlllllUtU 1', . ..Vfv. ....w . . , .
inimimHtoa nf wfiirras' Af ilio rnU.Hl But wiicti the women of U tah received
...tii the elective franchise, it was speedily
i ..'.. 4i. t tt.. n.ot annarent that thev could think and act
our most astute thinkers see a new safe- for. themselves, and that they would
ntnnl for Hio rights nf women as well as vote for the caiulliiates wnom meyue-
?. , : i?..-.,i..i. o.i i.-:rii,(i, . licveil most suitable: and they actually
ULXIUVS ill lliu 1 UHI I1.-CIIIII ami l , . 1 , f -,
a n,n.inin.,a a lni-ern ore Hi., host i did vole for the men who had conferred
li " r Jit.. o.t'unon them the lecal nsrht to vote.
every one who has studied woman's stif- Then came a change with these before
frage as a constitutional question has , t me se f-proelaimed champions of the
declaretl her risht to som Inew privil- "down-trodden women of I tab." riiey
e.res under tiie Fourteenth Amendment. fo""'t they liad made a mistake, find
I think Miss Anthony's case stands a I reckoned without sulllcient acquaint
i r r.....r.i.t .ini.i.in,. anee with indenendent woman nature
the Supreme Court of the United States, 3d they have since been more loudlj
especially If Chief Justice Chase's life is i ""get fat Congress should step for
.i i ..r..n i , . ward and annul the Territorial statute
allium uiilii il. i t-iii. hi. - iiivii.. ' ,, , . .. c
Second-You sav Miss Anthony's "is than they ever were that the womcu of
o oc ii I tali sliouitt receive ine elective iran
Wlinf ennhl 'ho heller? A Ttemibli- ' cllisO. .. .
"m J. . .,. i.,i.i: ...,.. As it s aiwavs well to know our
L'llII OUIUfl ll 11 caul 11 lll-imuiiiHiii r . . . - 1,,
r it n to n.i,i,i,iin ticbut ; friends, and as some of our readers or
.VV:r;'X".V.:; their husbands, fathers, or sons may
as nil ai-iive suiiiiuiiur ui .i iiiinj i " " .: ,. "i..
has just cone into power with such "" 3, "v.w."i. i
a rre- , . ..... w. , -
BOAHDINQ TTnT-av. T mr I
Wendell Holmes writes: 'T U.htk of
UL?iot CVca a to k his hand, or
a cat to purr aud rub her fur aiiHt
Oh! these boarding hou.es! WlMrt for
lorn people one sees standing ou her
desolate shores'. Decaved no.,tio
wlill flirt nnApn-ftuil-Dnrn.li.1 .1
...... ..... .n?Ui ii jiiiionce mauo
their households beautiful, dispoed
around them iu the narrow chambers as
they best may be, coming down day
after day, poor souls, to sit at the board
witu strangers; they aro full of sad
memories, which have no language but
a sign, no record but tue lines of sorrow
on their features; orphans, creatures
with clowinii tnnflriln nml nntmniv rt
cling to; lonely rich men, casting about
them what to do with the wealth they
never know how to enjoy, when thev
shall no longer worry over keeping and
increasing it; young men and women,
1.. Cl 1 1 1 n ? tnuHnnta nnminrdnil ....
JUlb IV mull iuoiiiii.111 uuuutuwu, "11- I j. . .
1 . . 1 . 1... . l.'rtl.. .. . r....... .1.S1. I imkic...
waicueiJ. savu uv jimuuiuua cira. iviiiuu i Mm. Jn t n-ii,.,.
are sure to ue louuu aim to nnu occupa- t-ninji mtz
Hon In these miscellaneous collections y. f'; ,
1. -.1 ... I .... ;t ll.ta td n rui-
thus far tried, women have been plain- , Congress legislation inimical to t tah,
WOMAN SUPFEAGE IS CONGRESS.
Oneorthe liut aetK of the Forty-seeoiid Con
cress ivns the adoption by the Senate of Conk
llns1 report, adverse to the petition of Sti-wn
11. Anthony aKkinsrorafenialesulIrnne amend
ment to the Couvtltutlon; nml this, too. In face
of that plunk In the Philadelphia platform
which favored female sutfrate. This action ofi
the Kenate looks ni If the Itadlcals were
trllllnc with the sisters; a piece of conduct not
to lie tolerated. Jf i:w JiORTitWBST peae copy. ;
Congress begins to see, as we have all 1
along seen, that no Constitutional ;
Amendment is needed for woman's en-
verv tapestry of thought. And if our
frauchisement. Ourcontcmpory is mis- vicws are faiSCj niay th0 Angel of Pity
taken about Susau B. Authony having! ,Irop a tcar ulon our catechism and blot
presented such a petition. While women , jt out forever.
are not disposed to stand particularly , i solemnly dcclaro that the principles
upon tho order of their admission to the 'advocated by the ladies of America iu
litis lur lliuil, iiuim-u imii; utiii iimiii- , j' .. i,T(Bt
ills, and thus have had all the aggres- j the taking from the women of L tah
i ' ,i.n,.i....urMnuiin.ii the ncht of sutrrase. They are J.
l v v nivii-i in iiinni., iii i.-.iii.iivo i.i 'ij , T, T, T y. TT..
jut now we have the United States vs. , Isboroug U D Cooper, m. Hay-
.iiirnn!i-nrniirTloniil.l!n Tin vnn nalr i Silsnn 15. AtlthOIlV. Tills mild, modest : uuk i iiiuiii, xj. o. aym.jr, .
l ow or where" The riahl of womtn to ' maid has nothing to do of an offensive j Johnson, Wm. Jlyniiman, James M.
ho, or where. erghl of woman to characlcn gho , Ue arat8lal and i Carter, Thtimas -Marshall, Jonathan C.
'.-"- "i studies the Constitution. The United i ,tV i, . V i n ,C ?, '
tliose creat Instruments of Confedera- states navs her traveling expenses, for I ,eJ?i ii- 1i'..J?0Ve.rts2niA;' lv -uen
tion aud Union drawn up by tho great
fathers of the Itepublic. They are In
the catechism of every honest party in
America. They are engrossed upon
every page of truthful history overwrit
ten. They are graven as with a diamond
upon every respectable institution of
the land. They arc woven into the
States pays her traveling expenses, fori w- tJeei ll- Bobertson, C. V. Ben
her breakfast and dinners, and furnishes ! nett, C. 1 Gilchrist, C. II. .Morgan
her with an easy chair aud good com- olv unly.J.. H. Patrick, "S m
....nei.i.iiiii.iig 1. Appleby, M. Ivirkpatnck, Jno. It
'Plmii inn Mica A ( Il n 1A? la fl Vfi ninti McBride. Warrren Karll, Georce
r i.Mt'.. 'J,,, i.i .lnfon.i l.nrsnif in Whitney, Wells Spicer, It. N.Baskin.
any court', aud if she should get an ad-1 Woman's lixjioncnt.
verse decision and bo sentenced to Sing
Sinir for illegal votinir, siie would
cainily accept the punishment, and be
great even under so sore an afllietion.
Third You say, "When so important
a change in our Constitution as she pro
poses is made, it will he done openly
Tkuks axd Rain. The iutluenee
the trees upon rain and the ueneral
moisture of the atmosphere, which has
been much discussed of late, receives
a strong illustration from the island of
Santa Cruz, West Indies. A friend who
The following persons are duly authorised to
net as Aicenls ror the New Noittji west :
Horace II. Bay KT-tChnnce
Mrs J. H. l.-er -;; -rT,Vi
Ashhy Pcaree - - ftSSTlfi
Dr. ISaylcy. VSX
iiiram.smitii r, 1 nil!
Jin. j. w. Jackson j
i. i-.- i .. ltT.i.nvi n.iti
1 lev. -Wm. Joflv '.1"Z1Z.'Z 1 II I lslJOro
iron. T. V. Davenport Sllverton
Mao- J. Maicem..... Gervais
A. W. Stannnl ItrOWnSVlllO
S. H. (Miiiitr.n' fbanon
C. A. Keed ."'."'""""" ". Sulem
Mrs. O. T. ihTnliTu'
Mrs. Nellie Curl
i: k . uiuvan
Mrs. M. V. Conk
Mr. M. (;. Cllne
iirs. ii. .v. Vawteni
Mr. 11. n. Bishop.
Ilev. J. K. DainiHi
of human beings; and now and then a
alinul nf liiimniiliv. lilrn tliisi littln snpe.
ji -vi. m
:..i;Di ...iti, l,e f im roannn.Q nrwiwi rn i i..iuro,
liiiiai, miu juui . " . i jj n welch
keen the "radical moisture" from eu- Dr. j. Watu.".
Mrs. M. J. Kuahrn.
ii. ii. mooa.
radical moisture" from eu- Dr. J w u " " "" YXl
tirely exhaling from its attenuated or- a. n. Arnow Albany
ganism, and busying hiniseif over a m-.o"::::::::::::::.::::::::-
point OI science or cuuijiuuik a nj um .nrs. i-. a. l ooiim Forest Grove
book, or editingn grammarorUictionary J'IIJ; Jnnou "3fn c"
-sucii are tho tenants qf . boanJing n:KnuS::jZ::::J:ZJZ
I.. I. llnher -. San Francisco
Mrs. iJiiira lieKorce Gordon California
Miss Nellie MosxmaD- Olvmnla
I. T. MauKby . Vancouver
U. W. Brock Union Itidge, W. T
G. W. Darner Oehoco Valley
.1. N. Gale Washineton Terrltorv
Mrs. K. (Mkshett .TravelinK Agent
JaniM Vance -..Yreka, California
' ,,t:i fn hreikf-ioi mnv come Oil I Mrs. Sarah Harry stoc-kton, Caliromla
Of appetite for OrtakMSl maj f"'" Jirs.sniliTOll Mayfleld. Carifornla
Very Slowly; it may be weeks Oelore It MrK. chapman Yale San Jose, California
is ueCKletl enoUgll to 1C inarKCUj su " oran-i jmi-.y....is(nion, jmiwKirasfm
itineli tiie worse for tile child, because CharleW -Tappan ly9ll-rr
greater will be the difficulty in righting JIrSt M. j. i.eniand iiaiey, Oresmt
tilings I Mrs. -il. A. inmicK ..jiuooani, ure$;ou
. . . . .... i - I II T TVirfn, Iic..l. Hmiwi
If children arc coins to school eating v
slinnl.l lie made eotnnulsorv. or brain Other parties desiring to act as Agents -win
liniicix:. u-liom we cannot tlllllk Of Wltll- Miss. Sullle ADDlemite...
out feeling how sad it is when the winu jiiwuv.
is not tenipereu to tue suorn lamo, wnen A. k. Corwin
the solitary, wliose hearts are shivering, Geo. Engie
.r lint cnt in ffimiliPS "."-V--",i
.1111 llu. ... -"-----'
Puri.nitKN- T!ATrNO. AVhenever a
larent sees a child come to tiie oreak-
iist-tablc. nibble a littte, then co awaj-,
death is In tiie uistauce, anu may
: .. . . r. I ...I..... iMaac in fill 1 1 1 1-"li I
near iu u jit-in. ui.mj iwti., ... .... r. uVCji
l eoli.l irrnimil for nniire hens on of com- ViU? a-" "."cs
ii i ' . " n 11 - , .... lumiicn i. ii'
inir ill in some form orother. Tills want Daniel Waitman....
.1 .ill fiillmv Conner nr Infer, for please forward their nam. -Ve want Agents
ilin l.min must ho nniirished. or restless at every pototllee throuihout Oregon
sleep follows, and in its train dreams,
nervousness, cold feet- and hands, with
Vllscliool cliiitircnsiiouiu nave plenty
01 llieal atlU lireaU IOr DreaKUlSiailU UIU- -r. s,.iurnTH.Tsrr A-n OrirEli T.innitAr.
tier, wltli all the fruit and berries they thinkkks. a full supply or spiritualist and.
can ireii uiierwiirus us uracil, n ""i-1 ;t,;"v ..r i? iLv jv A7i HAoii
street, up stairs,
these, then no desert at all. A speedy
and easy way to remedy meal-time uib-
biinjr is to Ueciu witli a supper oi ureaii
aud butter, aud one cup of hot milk and
water, ana nothing else: allow not an
atom of nnvthinir to bo eaten between
meals, ami compel tliem to be iu ueu by
nine o'clock. Witlnu a weaK a Hearty
breakfast will be the result, with an iu-
crcasiiiR vivacity, activity, life and en
joyment. Christian II cckly.
irrrn C'rT t-i n-n A nr i rv Pi tr nn
IkUUl K- X ik.tivi x . A kliimxa A- j liv I - , " , . . , - .
attention to slanderers ami gossip-mon- oeVlhervtl.vie. at ex.rUTlow
irices. inetraim lsiopiease ootn in nuiniranu
nnualltv. Aeall to their establishment. comer
hirst and waahimcton streets, will convince all
oi tue ihci. ap-Ji-u
PaelBe Asrencv. 319 Keamy
near Jlush. Also Adams A Co.'s Golden Fens,
I'osltive and Jiewuive rowacrs. All soous soiu
atKastern prices. Remittances In UnltedStates
paper currency received at jwir. Ctreulars and
catalogues rnail.M free. Address Herman
Snow, I. O. llox 117, San Francisco, Cal. v2nll
The Clotlilutr Trade lias, it i Hi In tho
last thirty daj-s.undersone a resular re volution,
bv Klshel A Roberts having opened a first-class
Clothing establishment, corner of First and
Washington streets, where Men and Boys can
lie fitted to nerfection In every kind of Clothes.
They are manutacturinz on a laree scale, and
cers. Iveep straiKlit on in your course,
and let their back-biting die the death
of neglect. What is the use of lying
awake nights, brooding over tho remark
or some false menu, Unit runs through
your brain like lightuing? What is
the use of getting into a worry and fret
over gossip that has been set afloat to
your disadvantage, by some meddlesome
ousyoouy, wuo uas more lime man
character? These things can't possibly
injure you, unless, indeed, you take no
tice of them, aud, in combattimr them.
cive them stnmiititr aud character. If
what is said about you is true, set
yourself right; if it is false, let it go for
what it will letcn. Jt a oee stings you,
would you ko to the hive and destroy
it? Would not a thousand como upon
you v it is wisdom to say imie respect
ing the injuries you have received.
We are generally losers iu the end, if
we stop to refute ail tho back-bitings
and gossipings we may hear by the
way. They are annoying, it is true, but
not datigeraus so long as we do not stop
to expostulate and scold. Our charac
ters are formed and sustained by our
selves, by our own actions and purposes,
and not by others. Let us always bear
in muni that "culumniators may usu
ally be trusted to time and tho slow
but steady justice of public opinion.'
HowaAVoman Changed a Vote.
Compressed Air Patent Rights.
'IMIE INVENTIONS OF DR. HOYCE for the
I Production, storing and Transmitting pow
er, etc., by compressed air : also for destroying
yellow lever on snips, in Hospitals, ror Venti
lation, etc., have lieen proved to tie the only
successful methods, where pumping .machin
ery is used.
Notice Is hereby eiven that the management
and control of these talents has been placed In
my hands with tli-Mle nower of IJeense nr
Sale. Persons and Corporations desirous of us
ing Compressed Air as a Motive Power, or for
Ventilation, etc. rnav obtain full information
of the title and detail ot the patent by apply
ing for copies at the Iatent office. The reissues
are numbered 5,201 and naK. and for terms of
use by addressing me. r. O. ltox 1JC. or 57. Lib
erty street, New York. HORACE II. DAY.
CLAIMS IM DR. ROYCE'S AIR PATENTS.
DIVISION A, 3fO. 5,101.
The object of mv pneumatic nnnnrntna is tn
charge or till reservoir or conduits with com-
Iiressed n rifium iiodies by means of some
:iinwn mechanical power. The force-pumps
A A", rcfrixeratlng-pijiea f f ' f " f m f "", and
main reservoir are stationary, as shown In the
Vt r-iJiIivell Warren eountv the hintr- lraw,nBia,,ll,!l"--oini'resxelgaseousmediums
At laiuncil, rrcn. count , Hie Itang- are transferred from the force-pump or pumps
nra rnnnil ilto nolle crminei! tnnir rntrih n.m.tii .i..i.u ... " ., 1 . i i
.VM.1V. i'm IWI.l-.l . .1, ,!l,l..n,.; llUltl 1111 ilACU 1I1H1I1 rCSO
Union, they aro resolvctl to look for
such admission from the party that has
the power to grant it. llut while jus
tice seems lo tarry because of masculine
and unmistakably, and notbcleft to the , SjK,nt luo months of February, March
subtle interpretation of a clause adopted .UMi Al)rj ;lat up01l tn0 i3niui informs
for a wholly ditlerent purpose." lnc that when he was there twenty
Thoso who claim that women are , years g0 the island was a garden of
HnIllTfotis." fiml nlremlv twisseiaseil nfihoir i.i . i i i c..-ti:i...
regard to suffrage are the only genuine r,g, t' vote, propose no further change 11.1 tes" were everywhere
stepping-stones to Liberty and Inde-1 in the Constitution
wiKitmien Wnnvm in Hio fiiMtifin I cuarantees ciiouk
1 , , ., . ...i .ni t . 1 everv citizen under Government.
oi power, anu sue imist aim iu trAejuisv , .,. .,j.. n, i,ii ,.t.
cupidity, timidity and culpability, she ; the inalienable right of the ballot. relation 0fa clause, for the whole letter
is in luui. iirosrcesnijj rupiuiy. x iiu .i nilh ami Jiigiiicxienti a welcome iianu , anil spirit oi ine coiiMiiution snow mat
third or fourth year or the present Ad-; to her, and the bright smiles of Hope
ministration willec our eflorts crowned ; arc beckoning her onward to the Ileulah
with success; and we do not expect lo!iand of civil and religious liberty. Many
are mo uiiAiuua ui-aiia uv.iiin mi nui
political welfare; but the dawn is near,
and the sun of liberty will, ere long,
rise above the national horizon, and
burst into a blaze of g!ory shedding a
halo of golden light around the heads of
John A. Wom.u k.
1 lllU ljt4r. a
than according them justice, but this ;
shortcoming of theirs will be powerless j Ml8S DcxnVAY's LKCTUKK.-Ou ini?
to sta- the on-marching car of pro-1 lo tho inclemency of the weather there
ii. o think wc have nuuniiant, alui rajn;J were profuse and
;h already to protect frequent. The memory of its loveliness
r I Jovornnietit. 1 ..if.i i.t .i .t..ri r .i,.
succeed because of men's love of free
dom, equality and justice, but because
the Itepubiican party will find itself
compelled to grant this right to secure
a fresh lease of power. No doubt there
are ".Radicals" iu both parties who pre-
r.... tif:o:nn. .-:i. n. w ti
isti iiiiiiiiii mill .11011:1 J.11111.-1
"OH, THE BEUTE!"
Under this head the Herald facetious
ly tells of a certain Doctor of Divinity
who informs the Massachusetts Legisla
ture that he "prefers polygamy to
"Woman Suffrage." That's nothing
strange. So do many other masculine
apostles of appetite.
The Yamhill County papers are both
enlarged and otherwise improved, ex
cept that they do very dispitefuily abuse
enon other. ou'd better stop it: boys.
If women were to be thus quarrelsome
you'd say they were incapable of self-
il you want a rhysician, call Dr.
Mary A. Thompson, whose extensive
practice and remarkable success in cur
ing diseases, we are proud to cite as an
other evidence that women are capable
of filling responsible positions.
gressiou. The three or four years' delay
above alluded to is only a sharp piece of
political fiuesse. If tlio work were done
this year or the next, the Ilepublicans
would not reap the harvest from it to
which they are looking for food for a fu
ture campaign. Herald please copy.
A SPLENDID OFFEB.
It is well known that the regular sub
scription price to DcmorctC s Magazine
Is 53 00. That our friends may reap the
the full benefit of such opportunities as
we can command to securo themselves
an extra supply of good readiug, we
have made arrangements by which we
are enabled to send the Xuw North
west and Dcmorctfs Monthly Maga-
was but a limited attcnticnco at uro
Fino Hall last Saturday cveniug, on the
occasion of Mrs. Dunlway's lecture on
the life and services of Colonel K. D.
llaker. Tliose who did attend, however,
were amply repaid. Commencing at
the cradle, she sketched his life in glow
ing terms of praise until by sorrowing
friends he was laid in his grave on Cali
fornia soil. Her tributes to his memory
were in many instances eloquent, evinc
ing a worthy regard of his many super
ior qualities. Well selected extract
from speeches delivered by him on im
portant questions of public nature were
sandwiched between her own remarks,
She delivered a scathing rebuke on
those whom she considered indirectly
guilty of his untimely death and ex
pressed it as her own belief, as well as a
public sentiment, that had lie lived lie
ii-oni.i ore thu iiavo filled tho rresiden-
itnl nlmlr. Her remarks throughout
document to be our trreat charter of
rights, made to secure tho blessing of
liberty to all the "citizens" of the Ite
public, and as it is the duty of the Su
preme Court so to interpret its language,
woinen aro making earnest etlorts to
have their claims adjudicated at this
Women should be enfranchised by a
judicial decisiou. Though Eugland had
held slaves for centuries, yet in the
"Somerset case" Ixirti Mansfield, by a
called him there at the beginning of the
present year; when, to his astonish
ment, lie found about one-third of the
island, which is about 2o miles long, an
utter desert. The forests and trees gen
erally had been cut away, rainfall had
ceased, aud a process of desication be
giuuingat one end of tho laud had ad
vanced gradually and irresistibly upon
the island, until for seven miles it is
dried aud desolato as the sea shore.
Houses and beautiful plantations have
been abandoned, and the people watch
the advance of desolation, unable to re
sist it, but knowing almost to a cer
tainty the time wlicu their own liabita
judicial decision, not only set tho man tions, their gardens aud fresh fields will
iree, out ueciareu mat no mo muiu become a part or the waste. The whole
ureaiuc ou tue sou ui un-ai. xiii.iiu.
Hie Chief Justice ofMassachuselts abol-
isiand seems doomcti to become a des
ert. Tho inhabitants believe, and my
ished slavery in that State by a similar friend confirms their opinion, that this
decision, without any amendment ofigmi resuit is due to the destruction of
the Constitution. 1 litis you see, Air. , the trees upon the island some ycara
l-Iditor, it is not a new thing wc are ask- ago. iVyutar Science Monthly.
ingoi our sires anu sous lo-ua , iui r. mis
judges have led the way. Neither is it
tin unimportant tiling, for injustice to
the-hiiinblest citizen involves the lib
erty of all. This is not simply a ques
tion of woman's enfranchisement, but It
involves the settlement of Federal ami
State rights anil powers, constitutional
law, and republican institutions.
Emzahctk Cady Stantox.
OitNAMnxTAi. Tjikes. This is the
season of the year to plant trees, and it
ought to be improved throughout the
State. Every oue who plants a tree and
nurses it beyond the danger of the first
season is a benefactor, aud his good
work will live after him. If every fam-
, ily, every man, woman aud child would
plant one tree in each year our State
zinc for one year for $4 50; or for $0 50 1 werc of deep interest and were listened
you can have the Xr.w Noutiwkst, to with marked attention by lierliear
y)e)nor':Voi.fvaiida snleudidpair ers. A personal auaintaiicovrltlt the
of chromos (Falls of Niagara, aud Yo
semile Falls), which could not he pur
chased at the book store for less than
$10. Orders of this kind must be iu
variably accompanied by tho cash for
both publications at once.
Editorial is scant this week on ac
count of severe illness in the family;
aud auy discrepencies iu the "make-up"
of the paper may be attributed lo meas
les, to which our foreman has reluct
H. II. and Thomas X. Gale are fitting
up a printing office in Eugene, and will
soon publish a semi-weekly paper.
J. W. Kelly has bought a half interest
in the Salem Mercury.
subject of her remarks endowed her
with additional confidence and she
handled her subject well. She closed by
reciting an original poem dedicated to
Baker Post No. J, G. A. R;, written in
an impromptu stylo which was well
worthy of the hearty applause of appro
bation bestowed at its close. Taken al
together, the effort on tho port of the
lady was well appreciated. Bulletin.
Sick Headache. This is attended
with nausea and sometimes vomiting,
aud is attributed to a disordered liver.
Take frequent sips of warm water until
tho nausea subsides, and then occa
sional sips of cold water.
would be adorned beyond the possibility
Woman's ItiGUTS Beyond JoitnAX. of conception. Supervisors would do
Xasbv's poem, "Hannah Jane," and well to avail themselves or the privilege
Greefev'3 prose, alike givo pitiful pic-! of an existing law to cufoice the growth
turcs o"f the subordination of woman in 1 and culture of trees. Communities aud
her present position. Ignorant, help-1 neighborhoods could profitably form so
less, degraded by her inutility and self- cieties to do the same thing. Every
sacrifice, making the best men arrogant, graveyard, church and school lot should
selfish, unjust, and the condition of most nave its shaded picnic ground, its park
wives is simply that of upper servants with ornamental trees. Every country
without wages. roail and city street and village should
I desire to see women thoroughly have trees on either side. Every farni
rouscd to the dicnitv of their own indi- house should have itsdoor-yardcrowded
vidual lives. There is not a more pitiful with trees. It would add beauty, wealth
sight In nature than the grand women aim comlort to the btate.
all over this laud, whose hopes, interests ....
and ambitions having been all centered
in some dead failure in pantaloons, arc ,
now reaping a harvest of disappoint
ment, discontent and ill-starred depend
ence on broken reeds. Nasby, however,
promises these "Hannah Janes" their
rcwanl hereafter. The difference be
tween the poet and me is that I want
Jlannah to learn to read, write anu
Tiie foremau of the Newbern Journal
of Commerce is only sixteen years old,
He and ills brother, aged fourteen, set
up in a nay uiieeii iuii columns or bour
geois. j-Mtern ivper.
The foreman of theNEw Northwest,
Portland, about as neatly rotten un a
paper as conies to this office. Is hut
cipher this side of Jordan. He wants ; about iu years oiu. iue paper Is set up
her to wait on him durinc his earthly , In brevier and made ready for the nress
career and take to books in heaven. reach week by the foreman and two
li;abcth Cady Stanton. 1 younger brothers. j,ajayctte Courier.
noise aud coarso jokes as a well-known
old man entered the polling place, ac
companied by his neatly clad wife.
They moved 011, through tobacco smoke
and worse iumes, inroii"ii tne aston
ished crowd, straight up to the polls,
where a Democratic board of inspectors
voir, by lu.-ans of pipes, tubes, stop-cocks, and
the proper valves and valve-gearing and ap-pendagi-s.
Ily means of my invention tiie com
pressed sasiims IiodieR ean be used for the pur
poses of transuilttine power, and to renrrvtni.
some eonsidTable portion of the power re
quired for the eiimpression.at the extremity of
-.... ..1 'u.itriisirrdr main reser
voir at any desired locality, within any reason-
nrosided. 'Ttvas thoucht to bo a case of 2 "l? '" a1 P 'c eonvenient
,.. - o -- - - - - - 1 ..fiinn ui u i-i,Kiii,-ur iHllupsoroiIiemieeti.
Woman's Bights a demand to vote;
but it tumed out that the calm and dig
nified old lady had no desire to vote
herself. It seems that her liege lord
somewhat iu Ills dotage, and, although
a Bepublican, lie had now and then
anlMii suitable lor the purpose, and with or
without the addition of het. mat- i.
uulred: or bv detaeblnir the mn-i.ii im.. ,i.
condenser the power contained in the com-
i""""' mi inaj oe uhm ior ine purposes of lo
comotion or navigation as well as foroperatln"
machinery. r "
i ne conuenser may consist of one or more
I then cylinders and pistons, of eoneentne nvii,in
yielded to the Democratic strategy. By Y,r in5' 'fr" ix,wer an' discharging the eon-
purchase, coaxing or misrepresentation, for use, as aKm said ","" P'P
lie had Olice or twice given his suffrage What I claim as my Invention, and desire to
tosweli the majority or that Democratic s(lnrZtl'y 'e".lrx patent or the united siates.is:
town His wire determined that this tf!&Am'&&g$
fall there should be no failure of full or beimrused a a mnn. ,.r .i.. ""Vilr??6
duty and accompanied her voting half '"'ttlnK power beyond the apparatus lUelr by
r H...1 Tim i,l,l mn.. ..!. ,,.u'an'' a pnmp or condenser, eomlilne.1 mih
,. wiM. 3.i3ul . if. oJb'K . yoiva in -
iicjmuiivi.il muiuu, ........ i m I'l.isir, ... oiiinnmii, anil witli a reservoir
took the demoralized board a half hour ?.nd "nduit suitable for holding and transmit
to receive, and then the aced pair ni'U'L1"8.''!1 'e compressdi me-
quietly left tiie room, and returned to
the humble abode, where dwelt this
sovereign and liisbraveoid better, much
better half. Glenn's Falls (X. Y.) Mes
.Hi.Tlle ml,lo'"ent ol a main reservoir Oiled
vlth caseous medium .,n...ri L r"r
ntieu with suitable pipes, tulies, ston-cocks
f,fIH.l?t,...ir "",!,a,,ls.m ,lle Power confined
Things That I Have Seen-. I
. i .1 :" . : " iucr
nave si.-t.-ii a uuiij; qui iu.mi u man ui I :r """r" lut-uiums or imparted by
dissolute habits and repent of it as long scribed. Piwn.tus,subtant!aliy as de-
as sho lived
I have seen a man spend more in foliv
than would support ids family in com
fort nnu independence.
I have seen a rich man's son begin
where his father left off and end where
his father began penniless.
8. Tlietiienrini.ianii.Mii. t . .
and other aeeom.-mnylngH ineclm 'cuTd
pn tho Inside with cleVlrall melais wire
table gums, resins, oibStractt "hen fllled
with compressed mediums; tovwZnl fhc eV
enpe of the gaseous bodies ibmiVJi, tiS ZJ2,
tne lnvestine metal as .i.rfi.i
- The use of the refrl.r-jti., - .."n
lieSS. paratus with ih iiiV .T. M.1 .VUUS aV-
I have seen a man denart from ll.o meiliums are en.ui r " V.'"1 " !?"s-
truth when candor and veracity would J.?v,r,:!'fin comu',led "nrl,h ,he eyimJer cith
have served him a much better purpose, "rtbeii? J or ,n,,,TOa''y.'antiaiiy as de-
j. naveseen tneextravagaucoanrt roily ue of the hollow piston with suitable
1 itllSlIl" n fm i-T-iiti f Lif .w.
,1..... .1. 11 -- ' '1 II 111 10
n,,iih . ,l"""" ami connections, for the
cool fluid to
I"irl5 anJ in 'he manner set forth.
w. ah ijinoinniion or a rpsnn-niii r
of children brttiK their parents to rtov.
ertyand waut, and themselves to disgrace.
I linen cnnn n npnilnnf n,,il iiiilin.l.;n....
. 111..V uvvu w muuv.ll HIIU llllluauillUa TlTlOw.1 - . , . " " ill I 1 HI I -
wire retrieve the fortunes of a family, KoffnrsMe'S
when her husband pulled at the other VB,vf ner proper connections rSndTnJ
end of the rope. Pe."'laKes ,i,ro,.,sh b- means of which the
I have seen a man enr in n '"l"f 'P??l meiliums
suit about a very triilinc aftair that cost irasmitttnc power to maehineri X,,,XiTTr
I.I . il" , ii ., . I tne enntlenclritf nn..nM,nn '" ui
nnu uiuic in uiu enu man wouki nave in titmnZPZtXZZjjr.
roofed all the building on his farm. teatlmonj whereof, etc., etc.
i-Ati..i- no. Dmsiox ii-cuujf.
"liiat's where the no vs tit for colleo-o 1. tiip vri.i m . .
said the professor to Mrs. Partington, ?n',,"no,v,y;
"niiltli..v9 cil.l tl.n nt.l ln.t,. ...tit. S?1.'J i.h,'.n..Lran,if,rTnK hat condensed matter
. ' -J V..V. s. v. um t . ii nit i iiiiuiiu in,, same conmreusiirv ,, ,i .i,ii
nnimntlnn "Tl.on If tl.,. flf r- ' 11 creater enn.l.....;Ti. FfJ???n' m,a. adding
V"rl" 'I,..' ... "r ii Y. r.X:uVcH reservoi;o;.'".'TV! n5"" enierinc.a
uciuiu niey went, tuey uiun t light ar-1 hv to refriA.i iu "e privilege or racu-
"Yes," said he, smiling and favoring Ji,of tfie oPpu.Vo7 bTtiSe'otiS "ode
-- . s-w..., UUH w v o 1 Lil I
r"" " r,i'niiua ii tt iiiccnnnism.unu
other 73 il"Teor, as claimed in the
Slii . tllvisl"n f my reissued patent, when
used to produce coolUiit, disinfecting, or thera
peutic nml nil ni. 1 1 i .i-. .. .... . . . . . .
t T . ,,, . , , , 1 - , . niivni run i u JU1US1I1K 1111U luv.
In Louisville some kindlv disnoawl atmosphere of the slefc-ronm or the irards of
people buy nuts and scatter them in the tp . lsoro,herlelosnres "also the couches
tiark for 1 1i wnlmj. n.i.l vL ,, ZT "l on wluch sk-k persons or Invalids
parK ior the SfJUlrrelS, audit has been Mellne) compressed air or other gases and vap
or combined In due proportions, to
illseasex or cases being treated, on
pnn!i1r tlm ilonisni'li,. if il,. i. il '""""u.oeusleftrts o beddlne, irdesiraoie, 10
COllSlUer tho depravi ty or the juvenile subtract eleerlclty or caloric from the patient,
heart we wonder whero all the srood throl,sh the absorbiuir ouatity of expanding
men coma from. air or vapor.
the head, not with tho hands."
"Butted, did they 2" said the old lady.
i ; - -- ..vi .njii 1 1 1 1. i.i vuu i v iiua uttJll ieviiiie compn
discovered that the tiny quadrupeds are ?1rsitneiy,orc
regularly robbed by boys. When we tnialed'bed"
In testimony whereof, ete.