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FRIDAY- OCTOBER 24, 1S73.
Deacon Dodd once feelingly said.
About hU Betsey, long since dead,
"II ever an angel loved a man, - -
That angel, sir, was Betsey Ann ;
If I happened to scold her, she was m meek"
(Which the deacon did seven times a week).
"She'd clap her apron to her eye.
And never say nothln' Tiut only cry."
But, Indies, perhaps you'd like to be told.
That Deacon Dodd.llke other men,
Waited a year, and married again ;
lint he married a most inveterate scold.
And now tls the deacon's turn to be meek,
Ashe sets well rasped from week to week :
Hut rather than "open his head," he'd burst
lie wihnes tne econa was mo nrst :
But as she's as tough as a hickory limb,
No doubt she'll live to say of him,
"If ever a saint the footstool trod.
Thai man that saint was Deacon Dodd."
She was Equal to the Task.
BY EFVIE WEHSTF.lt.
Every respectablo family should have
a cousin John. I wish I might add that
he has always been an ornament to soci
ety, an honor to hlmBelf and the "flower
of the family." A still regard for verac
ityit answers my purpose upon the
present occasion forbids any such ob
servation upon my part. I am obliged
to say this masculine specimen of our
ancient race was absolutely tne tag-end
of our characters. Seemincly, he was
the recipient of what was left after fur
nishing tho heads and hearts of all the
otners. wnenever lue granuaraes,
aunts or uncles desired to illustrate any
particular vice, John was held up as the
iriEiiuui example. :oi mat no was an
assassin, a highwayman or a politician
He was simply a maelstrom of impul
hiveness. carelessness and senerosity.
If it had notbeen for the good luck which
always followed him, he would have
made a first-class vagabond. As it was
he made out to be a well-dressed, han-
noine, "good fellow." That was the en
tire truth "goodfcllow." Beyond that
he could not be trusted, and only then
when one's eyes were upon him.
I was sitting in my solitary parlor
one morning, in momentary expectation
of receiving an appeal from sister Jane
to hasten to "The Maple3," as the twins
were down with measles; a summons
from aunt Hannah to bid her a last lin
gering farewell lingering is the proper
word, as I have been through the cere
mony seven times, and an invitation
from cousin Susan to run over and turn
her black silk. Besides that I had my
own sorrow. My Tabby had been ob
livialed for two days. The evening be
fore she disappeared she had refused the
llflh saucer of milk for her supper, and
appeared pensive. I feared she had com
mitted suicide or wandered out into this
unfeeling world, because neighbor
Urown'n Tom had jilted her for Mrs.
Key's green-eyed, black, ugly feline she
had the audacity to call "Beauty."
Just as I was bitterly regretting that I
hail not taught Tabby from my own ex
perience something of the fickleness of
the world in general and mankind in
jsirtlcuinr, who should come blundering
in but John. Of course he upset a chair,
overturned my work basket, knocked a
ikmik on me tame, stepped ou my weatu-er-oraple
tire and tumbled into my best
hair with a crash. Then he reached
over to the stand beside me, and taking
a pin, Iwgan to draw figures upon my
"Good morning, John," T remarked.
"Say, Salirina," he replied, jabbingat
l wttn a pin, "1 am to be mar-
lied next week."
"You surprise me, John."
"Doubtless, but it's a settled fact. I
have purchased that little cottage on
the hill vonder; it is prepared lor tho
bride. IvTow I want you to go over and
make the place home-like. Haveajolly
uimioi oi,l" tiivt TIlttVKiiInT tiirrltt tvliAn
we come. You can, Sabriua, yon have 1
no husband." !
"John!" I cried, '-it isn't for me to 1
ay, 1 miuht have liad a tlozen hus- ;
bands," with a touch of pride.
41 Ami nil ilirxl ftf n hnil-Aii lionrt t'
1 nfi..i til mi ' .
uuiKiitM. -iui win you go. i - : . ,Vit;r J . 'i
Having survived In the companion-: he toterm says: "ith proper home
ship of my own cognomen until I had training there would have been no tie
arrived at a respectable age, I was accus-1 ?c,s,s,"y fo,r tu,s course, and a bright, in
tomel to being a convenience. I think I lelllgent boy would havebeensaved from
otir family had a habit of considering it a d'sgrace.'
&clMrUy to make me useful. Therefore, i " f take ,ssuo w,th 1,10 in its
I did not say nay to John. ! conclii'-ions. While we are not disposed
In due time I went over to the cot-iJ underestimate tho value of proper
tage. It was cosy and pleasaut, save I
the varnishv odor which alwnva olinis !
to lieu- rnrnitnr.
- . Trf O ' I
How the relatives did 1
Mill nVDr f Imf. tlflfl Willi nmnint,ta !
they made. They ended the siege at 1
last by declaring now that John was to ,
tw married, he would be entirelv lost
unlff his wife Itn.l siiffioimit iTnoiainn tr
insist uiwn the turning of a new leaf In
his conduct. And as he had been so
neglectful as to consult none of them,
yrooauiy sue was an unsuiiauie person.
Theyeanie. John introduced me to
"Jiy wile, Jlattie," witli a groat flour-
yiv heart misgave me. "My wife, !
Mattie," was a tiuy, pink and white
doll, topped with a profusion of light I
curln and frizzles. When I looked into !
I. 1 f . . .
nin-inrge, laiignillg Ulue eyes 1 almost
t-rlI as I thought how sad they Mould
iw under John's treatment. I proni-
10 remain witli tliem until Mattie
xhould become acquainted with the
place. She had leftau immense number
of sisters and brothers John was sure
to mary into a large family and would
Kr a wliole fortnight everything was
lovely; John was devoted, punctual and
altogether a model Iiusband; Mattie was
a perfect pattern or a housewife, loving
and happy. It was "John, dear," and
"Mattie, darling," until I was fairly
wild for n good, healthy snarl from my
nut when John was a month married
lie was more l!iu oKim,,....o Trr,
Kof to order the repast for dinner until 1
came but four davs out of five lie 1
forgot to come to dinner. He threw off
all household care. He was even grow
ing careless iu his dre-s, and threw ev
erything intoconfuion whenever he en
tered the cottage. The pink in Mattie's
cheek began to change to white, and the
laugh in her eye to a sob. Evidently
t-ho had been a favorite at home, and
was sorely grieved. I longed to comfort
her, but did not know what to aay.
Bhe was fitting before the gate one
evening, waiting tea as usual. "I pre
sume he will not come," she said with a
sigh; "I do wi-h John wouldn't do so!"
"But he will," I replied, "It's his
"It is?" with a little start,
"tea, indeed. He was verr
ery foolish to
xrows unbearable, asthey predictit will
ome of them will blame
..n hSXeks nM,U, ratce
up uer LiieeKs. At all events, thev wprp
crimson. Bhe thrust both Lauds' into
my curls and then said sweetlv- v
may as well have tea, cousin Babriua "
John came 111 at hair-past eleven ovnr
flowing with glib excuietet?'.;
!. tln.lu. 1.1 "HUSXI
IJI1 IJUi Uli-vvrto ..mi KIS3CU IliUl Willi
I was awakened in the morning by
Mattie's clear voice twittering a ballad.
At breakfast she Informed me that I
must uol go homeas I Intended, but was
i. rir.;r"s,ulnB hlB negligence. All
Liw?VhMM p ly i'0l," 1 went on, in an
euort in condole with l.r ii.i it w
haw nf fno mil lnnlr in tin. r. J
had seen for days. I could have boxed voar u-nL t anylUT,e maK ng
her delicate ears. After my hint, lue Unt ikn0W.n l oth?rs-. ,r tho
.ii. i.o.. loL-mi n .i.;,iwi 01-...1 '...,.. ;SaKe otxhe tyrant we could wish for an
to promise to remain another month. I
Iupllyldid so. But I regret it. It isn't,
necessary lo put in all tue tuo agouy of,
those days. Sufllce it to say that In less
than a week that house was the heaven
of confusion. Mattie trotted around
town under an arch little hat. llndlng
congenial spirits. She forgot all her
Housewife ways; wo lunched, and had
,rpTccesIuour hands." Fom little time
I never saw two persons so utterly de-
iiKiueu wuu cacu outer s suiiiieasiiesj.
Blacking and powder, boots and bon
nets round a place In the sitting room.
The parlors boasted of more reflned
articles, sucli as collars and cuffs, slip
pers and laces.
John becanto be rather illy supplied
in the way of shirts. Calling for ouo of
these clean articles as tho necessary part
of a reception toilet, Mattie laughingly
said, "Now isn't it funnv! I really for-
Eotyou needed a clean sniru mx are
rougn dry m tne closet; turee i lorgot. oi
put in the wash and the others have'nt
a button on. But you will not mind
waiting, darliug, and cousin Sabrina
will sew some on."
"Wo are late already," replied John,
As might be expected, we had a late
breakfast next moruing. Mattio pre
sided at the table, collarless, hair in dis
order and slipper down at tho heel.
John's disposition being slightly ru filed,
he was inclined to carry It further and
be displeased. He blundered over his
codec, and bade us good morning.
"We were lo lunch at dinner. By some
over-sicht John came home. He was
evidently hungry, and everybody knows
what an abominable creature a hungry
man is. I have long looked for popular
Indignation to do away wltll "emotional
insanity" in case of murder; and I am
quite satisned "iniiuenced by hunger"
will be the next plea.
"Mattie, 'isald he. in a towerin? race.
"when I married you, you were neat and
orderly, and endeavored to please me.
Should a husband come home to such a
dinner as this? Really, madam, if I had
nceu oi tne gridiron, l snouid as soon
look in your dressing-room as in the
kitchen for it."
And so lie went on for a full quarter of
an nour, uuDUimg over and ratrly livid
with rage. I expected a great scene.
But Mattie sat very still and placid un
til lie had paused, because he was too an
gry logo on. men sue arose, and go-
iuk over to mm, s.uu;
"My dear John, you astonish me! I
most earnestly desire to pleaso you. I
am merely following your example.
When I married you, you regarded mv
slightest wish. .Now you forget to pro
vide for me, or to give me money lo
keep me from starvintr. If I desired
your boots I should find one pair under
me sitting-room sola and anotuer under
tne kitchen table. It follows that ray
tca-ketihi might with propriety be found
on the best bed. When 1 was married,
my father said I must mill the same wav
my husband did. I tried to be a dutiful
daughter, I shall try to be a dutiful
wife. I shall take the path you mark
out for me."
She smiled as she ceased, but John
saw how firm she was in the set, red lips.
He looked over to me just as I nodded
approvingly. "She's right," he gasped,
"I'll run to tne market ror a mutton
chop." We had a jolly dinner after all,
ami .loiin was a reiormeu man.
The relatives all wonder what course
John's wife took with him. Far be it
from me to lisp what I know. For of
all abominable things, the most abomi
iuable is to take advantage of being an
inmate of one's family, to blazon about
its secret. But I never see a patient
wife enduring a husband's neglect and
forever righting what he has wronged,
but I feel like setting down and telling
tliem about John's wife.
"We Don't Believe It.
I1fe"rJr Wo, of an Francisco, a boy
e'Knt 3'ears of age, has been sent to the
Industrial School as incorrigible
;"" w uiun. mui aim nurn
buildings, and recklesslv mutilate and I
destroy property. In commenting on I
ilm iliQnncItmti nf f liiu ica Iit. f Iia ryi,rt
J"?, training, yet we apprelieud
t,,at the disposition of this boy is inher
II 1 l..t , , . , .
,ltu '",u lo" "eepiy mureii in 111s nature'
to be allected bv ordiliarv niethoil.t.
Ho,v often do we see men and women go
aslray who, in their childhood, had the
very best of home training, whllo others
who had come up, as it were, without !
,'sucu training, turn out to be good clti- j
; 2e"?-., , , .
i Children are sometimes born moral I
"" aulul1' " muning
'emsto have the least eHect upon them.
that our codes make no note of; and yet
maJ"we not justly attribute tothls source
n,uchof the ovilthat exists in the world?
'fen, again, it is all very well to ra;
?r .proper home training." Suppose the
in I 1 1 1 1 In f I. i(:.itM f ....
" i u luieujjwrance,
and the mother Is compelled to go out
to service to earn bread and clothlugfor
her children, as many a poor mother is,
in the large cities; how then about prop
er train! ug nt home?
In the nature of things, as society is
constituted, a large precentage of chll-
, uren oorn into tue world must neces-
nuiuj gniw up wunouL training 01 any
sort, except such as tho sclfishuoss of
society allords: the training of want
the training of the streets the train
ing of evil associates. .Van Jonc jlcr
ctiry. Marriage and Education.
mongst Un tlle nualltics which nlPf
r" which piei
ease her to a
lover, there is, perhaps, not one which
would be suitable to a husband, and in
fact she frequently sees little more of
him she loves, than the beauty of his
form, or, perhaps, the elegance of his
dress. Is not this, then, the most com
plete condemnation of our system of ed
ucation ? From an apprehension of too
strongly auectmg ttie Heart, we conceal
from woman all that is worthy of love;
we allow the sense of the beautiful that
exists in them to be lost among futili
tiesthe outside pleaies them what is
within is unknown. When, therefore,
after having been united six months,
they look for the delightful young man
whose presence charmed them, they are
often very much surprised to lind iu his
place only an impertinent fellow, an ig
noramus, or a simpleton. Yet this is
what Is commonly termed In the world
a marriage of inclination. Investigator.
A lady has propounded in the Chris
tian Union the following pertinent in
quiry: "Is it a woman's duly to sutler
by a husband's fault-finding and abuse
till she comes to a premature grave,
rather than expose him?" To which
the editor replies: "Such questions
make our hearts ache. We do not
know how far domestic tyranny ought
to be cudured without resistance. Con
sider well, . however, whether you are
exposure; for the sake of the victim we
could desire that forbearance should be
th2f 1 Thls answer is wise and
hM ugAtirul- Vet wo should have been
bluntly x lnt "a,, l)een P!'nly and
JUNK AND SECOND-HAND GOODS,
Next to Richardson's Auction Store.
n flAft POUNDS OF RAGS WANTED;
0,JJJ also. Bottles, Scrap Iron, etc.. for
which the highest price will be paid. 3 3
LIST OF POST-OFFICES.
, IViwell's Valley,
. Willamette plough.
A I sea Valley,
A lad Tidings,
Sklpanou, - -
Summer, House, -West
port. . - .
CO LUX CIA.
suavie's Island, '
. ltlot Rock,
'f he Dalles,
dales vl lie,
r. ka ST.
John Day City,
1 l.ingell Vallev,
I Rock Point,
ColtHire Omve, McMlnnvllle,
Coast Fork. Mounlaln House,
Camp Creek, North Yniulilll,
t artwrlghtv, Micridnn.
Eugene" city, vv,Vi
WALLA ALT. .
IUt tie Ground,
Oak laU -
"Port Tow niiend.
Oakland, Mock See,
Sherwood's Mill. Plaaant Grove,
m fa k I in a.
'Monty Order Oftictt,
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is'oav is'T rag"'i T ra tjsT o ;s TJT3 scribe
UNPARAIiliEIiED INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS !
'tuiV ao'2 ill
1 : . a
T33uii-ca. Year of
T HPE NEW NORTHWE ST,
it S 3 onrnid for
DEVOTED TO TriE INTERESTS OF HUMANITY.
OFFICE JOF PUBIJCATION-Cor. Front
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jCtblMIIflKkT E N T CORPS O F. WRITERS
upon wiy anil alUubJorts 01 public IiiUivji.
The Nkw Kortiiwfht U not a Woman's. Ktehti, but a Human JUnht orian, devoted
tONfliatepoIIcy'inabejeMMarj- lo ieoure I lie greatest good to the xreatet number. It
know im i-ei, no polltlff.no rrTlKlon, no party, no color, no urersl. Iw foundation Is fasten!
Uin the roek of Klernal Liberty, Fnlversal Fmauolpntlon mid I'ntrarnmtled ProgKcnloo.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement lir our friends to make exertions to wcute larje clubs for the New
.VOKiiiWKir, we otter tho following Hit of valuable premium.:
For twenty kubscrlben, at il CO each, accompanied by the cnh, we will give tho HOME
SHUTTLH SEW1NO ilACHINF, without table, beautifully ornamented. Prlee.$3a.
For Ihlrly-nvc subscriber, nt 1100 eaeh.accompanlwl by cjish, we will give a II0MB
.SHirrTLK SF.WINO MACHIXK, with Black Walnut table, bronied and nicely fluished.
For forty subscribers, at U (U each, accompanied by th.M-nsh.we will give a HOMR PWUT
TLK SKWlNfl MACIIINK, dnlshnl In extra style, with Black Walnut table and cover.
The above Sewing Machine, which are warranted first-cla In every particular, can bo
neenatthe ottUe 01 Geo. W.Traver, corner THIrd and Morrlon streetn, Portland.
For tiny subscribers, at S3 00 eneh, accompanied by the cash, we will give a MASON' &
HAMLIN VOBTABLK OBO.VN, four octave, single reed, with black walnut ca.se, automatlu
lllows swell, two blow pedals, Improved center pressure reed valves, etc. Price, JjO.
For seventy-nve Mib-rlber,at f.l OOench.aecompnnlcil by the cash, a double reed MAS0
A. HAMLIN Oltrj.VN ; resembleM tho llrst except that It has also a knee mop. Price, J7i
For .seventy-nve kiibscrlbera, nt J3 CO each, accompanied by the cash and twenty-nvo
dollars additional, we will give a MASON' A HAMLIN ORGAN, of Five Octaves, One Stop,
Self-Adjustlnit Heed Valves. Improves! Bellows. Tremulant and Knee Swell. Price. 1100.
For one hundred subscribers, at POO each, and twenty dollar additional, we will give a
MASON A HAMLIN OHOAN, Flvo Octaves, Five Stops, Two Sets of TtlbratorK Throughout,
Improved Graduated Sell-AiUuntlue Iteed Valves, Improved Bellows, Tremulant and
Knee-SwelU, VIOLA, DIAPASON, 11.UTK, TKF.MULANT. Price, JI2Ti.
Those who desire lo work for these premiums can send the names and money as fast as re
ceived. The subscribers will be placed to their credit, and If enough names are not received
during the year lo procure the premium desired they can cmxue a les premium, or they
will le entitled to receive twenty.nve percent. In cash of the :(mount remitted for their labor.
''-" OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As TiiK.NKwNoitTifiVKSThasnlrcady proved a populur nucces, we are deeldel that It shall
uIo jirovr h TBiuvpn.
To enable our fridnds who may decide to canvass for our raper to benefit both tbenuelvei
und us by Increasing our Subscription Lists, we propose to gUc tlte following ad'dltluual Vre
mlums to canvassers :
Any subs-rlberwbo Is In arrears for the New Nokthwkst, who will !enJ ushl or her own
subscription fee, and onn new subscriber, accompanied' by-theitiHti-ai U)-w will give: .
A pair Parian Marble Vavi;
Or u Bohemian Glass Vase;
Or a Bohemian Glaks Card 'iteeelver;
Or ,doseii Ivory Napkin Rings;
Or K dozen Mated Tea Spoons;
Or 1 pnlr Alexandre's md Gloves; "
Or a Lady's Fan, spaugled, leathered edje :
Oru Bird Cage;
Or un Album for holding 100 pictures; "
Oran Album (extra) forholdlngju pictures; .-' t
Or a Fancy letter Case; . -
Or a box Toilet Articles, tnrludlnc soap, cba'lk.iiWumery, ete.;
Ora Kerosene Lamp;
OrV, doxen Glass Goblets; -
Or dozen Glass Tumblers, .. f.i . 1 '
Or a large Gloss Fruit Dish; ...- . .
Or a Work Basket; 'U ..', (
OrnFlneKmbroldered Haudkerchivfr ..-..
OrJdoxen Linen HandkeraUlefs;
Ora Woolen Table Cover;
Or X doicn Table Napklus;
Or Jidoren Towels;
Oran elegant Portmonla.
Any subscriber who Is Iu arrears toraear's nbscrlntiou. and who will wild hli or.Iiecown
auUcrlptlon fee, aud two new subscriber, accompanied by I lie casu-uiakln; i9 f"V-ws will
A set ol Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on while metal, warranted;
Or a set of RoKersTTable Spoons, triple plated.ou white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Rogers' TeoSjoous, triple plate.1, un white metal, warrnuted;
Or yt doxen Rogers' &. Hussell's Table Knives, lest quality, warranted;
Or it handsome Bird Cage.
Any person in arrears forsnbsciiption to Tits Nkw N'or.TiiWJifr, who will tfnd htu cr.,i
kUbscrlptiun fee and three uew ub-criljers, accompanied by the t li, jnsUIri? 'il2 fil.iawl
A handsome Marsalllcs Quilt;
Orabandjome Woolen Quilt, red and whle, or blue atid white;
Or a pair of Table Cloths;
Or two pairs of Nottingham Lace Curtains;
Or three pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves iny color or size;
Or a Japanese Inlaid "Work Box;
Or IS yards best yd. wide Shcellug.
For svu subscribers nt MOO each, a mounting to i:i CO, we will send:
Or a Lady's Writing Desk, of equal value;
Or an Kit m Japanese Inlaid Work Box.
These articles are all valuable, and arft warranted to be JustJ as-we repint thenu Per
ms llvlnr In thlscltv or who can vii.lt nuv. -1.., . I : ..V.V, i.imlial au
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nours notice: or If not convenient in ti ,
No order or this kind will receive attention
Send money In l'ostomn- ordem nt M,
All orders t-roinntl--atLoniif.it-L
M'e stncerelr lmn-'-4v--it- ihi .
business In nnM. m ...
. .. . . wiiu . nearly .Tespoao.roniii--."-"j. :---'-
Who Un In llil. 1. . : . ..... . . .kir.f run
without money. Now 1. the time to ruika up club. Begin before some other
textortofycu. Beewbatybucndofopyourtsll.tbe Pu'blftand The Ns.wNoi.Taw-ST.
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and Blatk StreeU, Portland, Oregon.
tinr umc unirir llt" mmi V" - "
.nitt nM.a in mil ail-
unless the cali accomiwnlca It.
,.r nn..nv. nr ir drufl If lire-
,'. - ..vmiiin in ihseuewsiiaper
' . . ., . .. rrln.lM nf -ur:DSler.
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE.
chine, that feels the worKnwnj .- i
rator. like thnHowe or Singer, to meet the views oftho.se prclerrins that style 1 of Mucniii
I have located permanently at Portland, and shall keep constantly on umiu .. .
mentofthclatwt styles or the Florence Machine. Call and ee them before pnrelin.ini ei
where. . , ,.,. ., p.rut. .Tnlic Clark,
I have a lo the asency for the celebrated ionoiocK in.!s. ".Z'U n , 1-Sinchlne Oil.
Jr., and Co.' Spool Cotton; WllUmantIoCS.L MacliUie Thread; Bailey Sewine Mncnine
laMisn 1 nniiili. Ilpiirnil Asenl.
131 Third utreet, between Alder and Morrison; with Badgef Music Store.
Sold on the Installment Plan: $ioown, and $10 a Month till paid for.
To San Francisco and the East,
RAILROAD AH 0 0. i C. STAGE LINE!
Throush to Sun Fr'anrhro In SO Hours I
Only yc5 TVIilon Stnc-iiigj!
fpOIIRISTS shontd bear In mind that thU
-L RoutA passes through the Garden of the
raelflo CwsL The wild picturesque scenery
alone doubly pays the Tourist forpalnif over
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flV) TAKE EFFFXTT SUNDAY, JUNE 8th,
i UK3.ni & a. jr. ror me covernmeni ami in
formation or employes only; lite Company re
serve fhe'rtght in vary therefrom as clrcum
nance.: may require.
Dally Trains will run between
PORTLAND AND ROSEBURG
Port1and....-:lS a. v. I Bosebursr 7:13 p. M.
:I5 A. if. I Portland. t-20 P. M.
T Freight Trains (with Passenger Cars at
tached) will sun between
PORTLAND AND JUNCTION
D.Uly (Except Sundays),
Portland 1I2QS A. M. I Junction GiOOp.M.
Junction BM A. J. I Portland .Jj:t)P. m,
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
mazes connection wiui ail iieguiar irains.
Close connections are made at Roseburzwlth
the Stages of the California and Oregon Stage
zo Tickets for sale to nil the principal points
In California aud the East.at Company's otllce.
Cor. K and Proal Slsst Ferry UndlBg.Portlsnd.
uV NOTICE. Passengers for Buttevllle,
1. nampoeg, iiayton anu Laiayettn win taKc tne
boat for Uie above points at Canemah.
xt- Storage will be Charged on Freight re
maining in w nrenouses over L'l nours.
djT Freight will not be received for shipment
aner n o-ciock r. n.
J. C. HILDRETII,
B. P. ROGERS. Gen. Supt
Gen. Freight uud Iassenger Agent.
THE OREGON CENTRAL RAILROAD CO.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 1SJ3.
and until further notice, will run FreichL
una rasseuger iraius irom
PORTLAND TO ST. JOSEPH,
Connectlnj at Cornelius with Stages for Forest
Grove; at St. Joseph for all polnu South and
West Lafavottc. McMlnvllle. Amity. Mon
mouth, independence, Buena Vista and Cor-
Portland A. sr. I St. Josenh 11:00 A. 11.
St. Joeph.U33 a. x. I Portland p. m.
9-Fassengers received at Fourth street sid
ing on giving signal to the train.
freight received at the Portland Warehouse
and Dock Co.' Wbarf.and will not be received
lor shipment alters r. M. If. THIELSEN.
J. GASTON. Gen'lSup't.
Freight and Passenger Agent. 2 io
OREGON & CALIFORNIA R. R
I DAILY SPECIAL EXPTtPSsi TTIAIV
xk. will commence running on Sunday, June
8. IK7S. between S.ilem nnri Pnritfimi iMnnitic
at Mllwaukle, Oregon City, Aurora aud Ger-
Tm. t imc aa uiuuws:
Salem 8i a. if. I Portland S:A.si.
Portland.. ...4:i". p. K. Salem-;-. ....7:15 p.m.
2-'l J. C. HILDRETII, Gen'lSupt-
0RE90N STEAM NAVIGATION CO.'S
NEW PAKSF.NGEn KCIir.Dri.E.
Commencing July 16, 1S73.
BOATS OF THE COMPANY WILL LEAVE
Portland as follows :
Fop The Dalle t
DAlly (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock a. v.
Monday and Friday at 5 A. x.
Far Aalorla. Kslsms and Olyinpln:
Dxlly (Sundays excepted) at A. v.
TuesJsr. Thursday and Saturday , at 7 A. M.
Monday, Wednesday and Frlday.CA. sr.
Far Vest port:
Tuesday, Tburday J Saturday, at 6 a. v. .
I Tor VIeU)ri5
J S. O. lEEO.lc rresu
PHP I1FRT MACHINE IN THE WORLD.
Uon, If I urn informed or It I w attemi 10
without espenw or any kin. "s"; Afa.
'c have the new bty.Ie of Florence .ia
Compressed Air-Patent Rights.
rpHE INVENTIONS OF DR. HOCn for the
1 Production. storlnK und Tmnsmittlng
ei. etcTby cSnprSsed nlr : -also Jbr destroying
yelKwreve? oS Ship, in oP"fen,v'?V;
lallon. etc.. have Wen proved o .be the only
successful methods, where pumpiug mnchlu
ery Is used. .. . .
Notice Is hereby given uiai i- ,
and control or these patents has been placed Iu
my hands with the sole power pf
Sale. Persons and Coriratlons deslrousof us
ing Compressed Air as a Motl ve Power, or for
Ventilation. etc.. ma vobtnln full Informntioii
of the title and details ot the patent o appij
inc for copies at the Patent otBee, The rclwue
are numbered .VOl aud 5e.ndfor ternis of
use ny aauressini; nie, 1 ; '; J'! ii ;
erty street. New York. HORACE II. DAY.
CLAIMS IN DR. ROYCE'S AIR PATENTS.
DIVISION A, NO. 3,m
tio nhlvf nr mv nneumatle annaratus Is to
chnrgeortlll restnolrs or conduits with com
pressed armomi oouies uy hiii- ui
known mechanical power. The force-pumps
ii " rofrlr-eratlne-Dloes f f f" f" f"".nnd
miin itdn-nlr nre stHtionarv. us shown in the
drawing, and the compressed gaseous medium
arotransierreii uuni iuivr-umi' ui i"i"
or main pipes, or from this flxed main reser
voir, by means of pipes, tule, stop-cocks, and
the proper valves ami vaive-geaniiK ami ap
pendages. Bv means of my invention the com
pressed gaseous bodies can be used for the pnr
imsesof transmitting lsiwer, and to reproduce
some considerable portion of Ihe power re
quired for the compression, at ine exiremny 01
Uie conduit from the condenser or main rcer
vnirritiLiiv desired locality, within any reason
able distance, through any of the convenient
forms of steam engine or pumpsorothermech
anlsin suitable for the purpose, and with or
without the addition of neat, as may oe re
nuiral? nrbv detaching the reservoir irom the
condenser the power contained In the com
pressed air may lie used for the purposes of lo
comotion or navigation as well as loroperatlng
The condenser may .consist of one or more
cylinders, and pistons, of coneentne cylinders
worked by any iower and discharging the con
densed iluid luto a reservoir or through pipes
for use, as aforesaid.
"What I claim as my Invention, and desire to
secure bv letters patent of the United States, is:
1. The method or compressing or packing
gaseous mediums in a reservoir for the purpose
of being used as a means of storing and trans
mitting power beyond tho apparatus Itself by
means of a pump or condenser, combined with
the means of absorbing the heat evolved In tho
process of compression, and with a reservoir
and conduit suitable for holding and transmit,
ting the power confined In the compressed me
diumsor imparted by the condensing apparat
us, substantially as described.
2. The employment oi a main reservoir filled
with gaseous mediums compressed by means
of pumps or other condunsing apparatus, and
fitted with .suitable pipes, tubes, stop-cocks,
valves, valve-gearing, and appendages for tho
purpose of storing, retaining, distributing and
transmitting, for use outside of the condensing
apparatus or mechanism the power confined
In the compressed mediums or Imparted by
the condensed apparatus, substantially as de
scribed. 3. -The use of metallic reservoirs, pipes, tubes,
and other accompanying mechanism, coated
on the inside with close-grained metals, vege
table gums, resins, oils or extracts, when filled
with compressed mediums, to prevent the es
cape of the' gaseous bodies through the pores of
the Investing metal as above described.
tTThe use of the refrlgeraltng or cooling ap
paratus with the cylinder In which the gaseous
mediums are condensed for the purposes of
power, when combined with the cylinder elth
cr externally or Internally, substantially as de
scribed. 5. The use of the hollow piston with suitable
valves and connections, for the purpose of
causing a current of cool fluid to Circulate
through the plton and connections, for the
purpose aud In the manner set forth.
(S. The combination of a reservoir of com
pressed gaseous mediums by means of tubes or
pipes orany suitable material, with stop-cocks,
valves and other proper connections and ap
pendages, through anil by means or which the
power confined In the compressed mediums
mar be drawn oft" for ue and for the purpose of
transmitting ower to machinery outside of
the condensing apparatus.
In testimony whereof, etc., etc
PATENT "NO. rJ0i DIVISION I! CLAIM.
1. The serial com preodon, whether effected
slmulluiieoii-ly, by two or more compressor,
In gang, by first chaining one or more reser
voirs, then transferring that condensed matter
thrnnslY the same compressors, and adding
greater condensation before again entering a
reservoir or canduit, and the privilege of facil
ity to refrigerate anywhere at any stage of con
densation, either by immersion of any or all
parts of the apparatus, or by the other modo
2. The said apparatus and mechanism, nnd
the several parts thereof, as claimed in the
other division ol my tetssued patent, when
used to produce cooling, disinfecting, or thera
peutic and chemical effect by Infusing into the
atmosphere of tho sick-room or the wards or
lioMDltals or other iiH-losures (also the couches
nr matnveses 011 which sick nersons or Invalids
recline) com pressed air or oilier gases and vap
ors, singly, or com mneu ill uu proportions, hj
tne special uiseases or cases uing irraim.uii
Insulated bedsteads or bedding, ifdesirable. to
subtrart eleerlelty or caloric fmm the patieut,
through the absorbing ipiatity of expanding
air or vapor.
in testimony wnereoi, eic. -u-iy
LADD & TILTON,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
kept subject to check 011 draft.
INTEREST allowed on TIME DEPOSITS or
TRUST FUNDS, In sums of ONE DOLLAR
AND UPWARDS rromdateofdeposll
MONEY LOANED on approved security.
Bonds, Stocks and other valuables received
on deposit for safe keeping.
Collections made and proceeds promptly re
milted. , .
Investments In Real Estate and other prop
erty made for parties.
Sight and Telegrahle Exchange on San Tran
cltcoand the Atlantic Stales for sale.
Government Securities bouxht a ih "';f .
Agent for the transaetkm at all kinds r r i-
........ 1 .. 1 .....1 T-.t.-f ltfilntoM. '
1 1 It IJV. I'l 1 . MO ..."
MRS. M.J. ENSICN,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak Maker,
Has located for the present on
oak St.. between First nml Second,
Where she will be shhl to see her old friends
STEAM, SULPHUR AND VAPOR BATHS,
for tub crnn or
Colds, Rheumatism, Mercurial Affections.
flMIC ATTENTION OF SUFFERERS FROM
J Coughs nnd Colds Is called to these Baths
as one or two will remove the severest cold
Warm, Cold nud Miouer tint lis.
Steam or Vapor Bat lis, 31 OX Warm Baths, .Vic.
. LUDWIG WIUIGLM, Proprietor,
2-S9 Washlngtdn street, naar Front.