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Free People.; V i'r- ' ? 1-1- "r -t-1.
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!'ln a SkW report wado to tho tfi
kUatoraUaerrtaJn BUte for 1 It wa
werUlcH t,ult on-'
aveu;)ttlt '. Jwan
Ihlrty-aino wer t fmrmen? .wlvea and,
atite4bnaert dshtra Jf othr
f,n of wirra or aaushUr waa half o
muneroua. , fi& Meed la the' lwwd
ad indeed tho eutuiweut J "f , ,t , , , , -'
,To be plalrt a)oJt It, under the ayVw
U olfUixation of hla roontry the' kr
mar wife I a houavnoM drwdgo, That
there are koitorabl eseeptloua w will
noC5h-nyod rw "ftad. t 'wh
"Ubit; but la prt)ttly aaflt o ay ha
on throe farm out of tery tour the wife
work hrder.endirr more aadaieaf
ttM than' anr ttrr4 men the pbvw
V apeak, (rum extended pbaerratlon
and tonj xpreteaeaVr'T An: -x-vJ-t
., Xlnie, mMiey"aid health ar often
naorUhwd to the careWnewa of a bu
tioad about providinc oaoh thins a are
ur to be needed Iw a ArnW boe-o.
We have Tbdted at the houae of a farmer
1 no own, In connoetlon. wlU) bU wlf
oaoeraaof Und, boing the baiaoo of a
donation elaim of MO acre. Forty
mm ankl li tho hMband aeveral ytora
m to enabU Urn to rndlfy bU UaUiFowtornlhlueudmtut harlug defluoj
la the Mirehaa of a"bloo.lcr horae.
"They nave a large two-etory ban of a
houae, . complete oa to the carpentra
work and peintlngy buttherr-tTiotTi
yard of carpet or a window ahade In the
.. ' " wotktlng.. The wilt, who. wa a ruddy
: ' fodandlappy-herUdgrlafewyeaia
ngu, u now faded and care-worn, tho
JTtetlm of overwork.. W ventured to
aoKgokt, In tho eMM of hor baMiand,
-i that lw ought to buy carpet for the
aou amlx Tfi-"rf'" lf IK1 ""H: fl.-tu- .1 - CongreM ludl hare
crabbing of naaed Boor. , " W eT Uw
'poorToafrordvyIt,, wa the maacullne
reply. HeU forty acre of your land,
w auggeated to Uie wife- "Couldn't
, ruler or tne realm.
urroctlpn In tliat klugdom berore.we
berora . we
left It- "If w didnt,ll VraWiTour fault.
Me wondet thatv1roaitJmaMitr
long; yeam. In lMyaTljji-houe t
hopele drudgery mmetlmU luie their
reaaon. fV wot tluttnberano of
youth and beauty depart, and' tlmt noil
anfrequeutl-baggar4 face,: that ic
went radiant, caa from behind the ban
'mA HbKf Imiw avhwu4he honV
lem -victim being"drlven thither by
while man himself la
-wholly uneonaclouaof the
' . droaaing that he baaeacrtnoed the wile
rrhe proiulei'd: to.-protect to the mighty
BKUxfh.ofli. own; selfish neea. A
womaJi'atf for beautiful auxround
lugi eall 4auiily lor gratification a
a man's for fin Horse sou nroao
EiQETr: rjr-wTjjrir mrDii"
80 much, ha been written and spoken I
' upon the Nibject or woman', pditicai
" emancipation that it eeemejquit time
that, the publle hould be prepared to
.acceft the. progren of .(W Inevtteble,
i)lea havealneast eoaaed JIHrrt.llcuiaus
cant about dlryluafiCl5i'cy be-
7gln Vfl4 thj Jnrkof herndtvil
- Iryf and w !&Ht ' rtwhAci,
"omethbirnot air very horrilijo ffW2feaat will accnte to thl Repulrfle In
all " We "want e public to "ihlwsequence of the misfortunes of war-
aUnd, once for all, that, we are no 'suf
frage ahrleker.t ; We believe i lawerk
rather than In , fustian and nbfse.
Therefore; the time being near ersand
. be an Issue before tha ivaesiw wwit
to. Inform everybody taA.t lutejuofto
- vote. Don't bo Wghtdrisd, gantlemen t
-WrWttrW yat-We hare always
been an'onU Vly, Uw-abMIng cltlaen of
the United Htatea.'i We.have promptly,
I though rt W Wou proleet, psl Shyevry
for tbe.oupport'Qf a ((overhment
ln wlileh w have not had trpatsatita-
oH.w We hev piled our busy needle,
hile aonte 'drunken voter
ha BUg -
gered past -our door on election day o
vote against our randldateajltr ofllcera,
" before wboni. we- have dlscJutrged lua-
portent business. . Our "husband does
not claim' to represent us. He,1 repre
sents h) marl taad wowldkajMeexartlythe
same representation If we were led.
We 11 tote with htm tho next lm in
Important Issue tsWrore )ie ponde. Knd
,. vote' a we can luflocnce. ..' -., .
rigid of mtifcits are clearly pcclner. :.
, "All peraoir Immh or naturalised In
i rtwitetlon ifn-reof, are'-cttlaena of the
. t i, What could be more x"itl lt?,'Who arc
-' Jr(.mt,'t What la the basis of tH-raon-
wthftd'H 'aw'TKeai V.
-7 .aiplent Uw-auaJirri punkhV women for
, ririje aM.mhvmranor ; Kvldently
Sia Woman is a "person" w1teiti.be break
T - a-4aw. Why" la she' not' si Hpmw"
.UlieaUwaary befmhtte:? )Utti
! ' 1 "Nii State shij juske or iofiwre anj
. Uw thklikB.U abridge th prtvlkgee
.: t iu-.l,iS..uuj w w ju
or aauwunMiea w-ettUenf of the. United
fltatea.";- " .
Evident lyrwomi., hg-rsoiis,"
and therelbro "rltlxens, hsv tlve right
- of rratMUso. Let tliem hs
-4 Nor shall. aay State deprive any
7 ; yarsoa of Mfc, liherty. swryMith.
out due proems of Uw, nor deny to any
person within Its Jurisdiction tha equal
pntecttoa of ta laws." ,',
Tim la tha U, ihUImiml And we
bar mora eoiUhleno I yon thai 701
profes to hare in yourselves whea you
Hnk to frighten wnuna by assuming
that U rH e for won'i
presence. ' IT kaow .that If gou know
that ma or to bo present at lb
polls, you will speedily tnaha th place
of -vlrig respectable. - The fathers,
husbands, brother, ami ione of women
an bo trusted ia a Matter of Justin
and gallant ry, wrhatover thoy may aay
to tho contrary riotwlthaUnrtliur. .Thoy
ar not half aojvlclou m they) would
oak 4M asdkrre, mn4 their wont JaulU
arise -from 'their bring separated ao
much from tht companionship of re
eporUUe women, r. 'nuvaparatlonr if
wa Old bat know It, U their miatov
tona, Wom eon not Uy the wboU
blame upon man. Jhe persist In riv
eting - tho , chain her brother ha
forged J owl 4ho lay, hbjfa-oooUd
woman who nrlaea la her dignity to do
battle lot (ho right meeU much more
opposition iron hor alater than her
Hfnlher. : -f ?- ''' ' '
Tlio 14 flection. of Article I. of the
eluaeoahip to our satisfaction, Section
let, Article I., of the Fifteenth Amend
ment eomea to our furtltcr aid la tlie
follow lug explklfhtngnage ;
"The rlgltt of eUlaeua of the United
Ktate to vote ahall not be denied or
abridged by the United flute on ac
count of race, color, or prrrtotu comli
4iomirvitd.n . , , '
- There I What my our erudite disci
ples of Bbjckstone?
fiower to enibree thl ArtU'le by apro-
prlate logbdatjoa." v .
-.BufOregonlan' have etllt greater
large of liberty under tle Couatltution
of this Stale.
mens oeciarea tnai "vwirress siis.ii nar
ment decUrei that "Oongrcea ahall have
power to enibree by appropriate kglMa
Uon the provision of thl Artk-lo." , .
Irkwrotore,'' aay the HUte of Oregon,
"be It-resolved 'by the Legtshitire
Aaaemblyof. ha Stata brOregon ILat
the aakl Amendment to the Constitu
tion of the United Btatee be and the
seme I hereby latlned." V ;'v T
We don't pretend to aay what John
Whiteaker la going to do alwiMt "ihse
trary." Unlike, him w
destroy the law, but to I
- Harlag thu brleflyr.
of the Fed-
clearly; defined the Art
era! and HUte Constltuti
this partiealar matter, w aliall proceed
toexrln from time to Urn the duty of
woman Jo the Oommonweakh. ' v
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TT'TtiMMUSn Ml LiDIia. - -T
There la little change la fashions to
record thie week. yVe-annot see that
ladle drea with any ieaa display of
. - . At m ... . m a . .'
guwi isms utaa in tue gooa oia unie
when lley could order everything In
the way of etykj" from the doomed
city, of Paria. If the present humilia
tion of unhappy arla sltall causehcr
Anierhn voUnce U deperal upon
thcanelvee for laahions, boom good at
rJ-Wlen France. : A
, We notk-e Id the shop windows a Han
Kranoiaco-lika dispMy of drem and fur
nishing good, v'-'' "A
. At the store of J. W'ilson, rm Third
street, may be eeea a beautiful lction
of white figured pHroe. Their stock of
sunfiner. linen, In whs and print U
complete, superb and suqirUIigry
Alio, at the store of Mrs. Aeh, fleoond
flt., autyeTaecn aa. unnaalb beautlral
dlspUy, of .drees anl millinery goods.
Ornspleaou atnoug; these we notkosd a
choice variety of striped heragea, very
rV and ttylb.h. Also, grenadine
with triprfWbk-h Make up beautifully
In the new styles, finished With fray I
..iVpUn are "out WgJei jrlfjind
will be much worn. ,' .. .
?Wlk cloaks, with orrrdres tomatch,
are la vogue; .Mrs. Monell I engaged
upon some very handsome ant far eotuc
of .our city ellea. LaUlea evidently
aipreclate her Work, as her dreesiuakere
are alwayc crowded. . r '.
(The gipsy atyk of hat ami bonnet
are Ukely to run all summer. Nothing
new In that line to. record thU week.
eaplltn has been the.
j bie material, but a the srason advsners
crepea, lace and llhislnn will be a
touch, worn a lost year.
The - Londosj corrcapondent of the
Ttewark AJrrrtnr wrltcai "Afvlsit to
thaOalldhatl, a day or two ago to
hear the -discussion of the Ixmriou
Hrhool Board, haaconvlnced me that ao
Hchool Hoard caa be comidete wit hoot a
ladve They are like the oil on the laL
anu i ao noi neueve ine Xionatm Huarvl
would be without their graces for the tee
alnlple of tit Itoyal ichanre. Tltey
usually ail at tlie upper end of the halt,
at the rhainnau'a table, but on Wednes
day, when I happened to be there. Miss
Garrett cam la late and took her seat
at-the lower end of the room. - Hhe
tanked aa fresh and bright-aox! cheerful
aa a'bride ought to look roe know she
was married nxt day-4mt there I a
puylDcllk-alt iIqm her, and yon can
see at a alance that aha I all IW
b dki I nut apeak, bat took great laterest
n too uisroaaion on eompulsnry duca
Oon, itMs-hearing the aeatlmcata ah
approved in a ejaU-t masiesi, roioe . with 1
Um real. tbenuuxteyroae,wunin'oor
three others, to ehalhtuge thechelrmau'
eye, a ad several voloaa called out UIux
kry.'.yon eould auxtuguiaa mm umvui
veryi , diatincUyi -adwhiM. liaxjey
walked acroartue room to consult hw
trieada about ) hi amendment, aha
nook hand with him. very wanuiy
and entered into hi 11U1 auhent
aamiy- a - Hy " uw jhuhji
ofjrW around her. - And all thie when
In tho, usual way. hor heart' ought
have been in hcyn u." , Jj -
, Tea, M wrteimen naro iiaa oppoi
tunlty to teat thejnatter of 'wornan auf.
frago in the United State Uey will be
come eoavlnoad that no pwbUe sa assort
hoaa be complete without the eounaei of
women.- Men wUl not then be without
their graces" for the fee simple of the
PacUks lUUroad. It bi very" Strang
that they Will atlU keep harping upon
the old and kmg lexptedod fallacy that
follow tlve Instituting of the long dla-
eanled, but now returning,, order of
thing. " '-. v 3.t i l!,
A MIchliraA huty. In the course ofa
long ami aeualble letter on the question
of womaa'a rights, aay : ' When wive
nasum the headship thai gave to hus
band tuey breaJL a Divine ooniutautl
mcnt. and tit puulshutent fulloa a.
They ksatto a great extent thuir woman.
ly graoos, and grow bold and niascullne;
andlin. th aaiuo, pro ortlon husbands
MHjum iemuune ana timni, ana oi au
pitiable object on th face of the earth
a hen-pecked husband ia th worst ; and
in d short time the wives become dls
satlsOml With their ahoepiah-looking
huabaud, and many of them seek for
more maaly companlous, and a lifu of
aia and terribte reUlbutlou la the re
ault," 'Mi tto TUperu r .
" Whenever we hear of a woman who
Ulka .like jtliatwe-et. hef down a a
aVra. ;., . .,'Vv . . 'j v'
If tha "long and sensible letter" above
alluded to eonUine nothing more an
bl than the extract under considera
tion, w see nothing In It to entitle It to
commendation. ' Wbett wlvea aasum
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w kUy th drl veiling, hen-pecked leaser
half of tha woman who would aeek to
hide her own audacity ander such public
cant aa that ? A nian who Is eompelled
to lif "Willi aucK a -fHliug( 1b l.T:?i
a pitiable object. Af ea aaay be deoaived
by he glamour of euch hlghnUatln"
noiise, from the penofjrjuaiuilijoe
woman, but wwant, m'holutow. the aex
hcttcTWrirranF MMlry bombootled.
This dao.rtnient of the"Hrw XoaTH-j
west la to be a general vehicle for ex
change of kleaa osatcemlng aay and all
matter that mav be leffitlmatelv dis
cussed In ouy colunwajlnding It practi-l1
caily Inipoesible to answer each eorraa-
pondent by private Jvtter, we adopt thl
mode of cotuwuiiteatlon to aave our
friends tlie dlapMUitment that would
I otherwise aoarue from our InaUli ty toan
lawer their queries. W cordially Invite
everybody that has a question to ask, a
suggestion to iriakej or a scolding to give
to eontributf to ' tlie orresnfindente
Column,-; r; . , j ' ;: A
Mm. M. E. H,r Your mo I re antique
can bejhshlboably made over by cutting
off! the aoiled and broken parts.
lengthening the aklrt by lnaertln; a
piece of tomslin about six inches from,
the bottom. Oyer thla piece of muatlni
you caa putMW'iwhe aonte cheap
silk, cut bla and frayed out at tlie
edgea. '."Yea; anythlngla faahtonabla If
you have it on hand and want to utilise
It, ; There never ha been ao mueh nde
pewdenoe exercised In dress a now, A
harbinger w hope of the goodjtlru
ounung. When a woman can go vto
fashionable eJoUtlorV got . a jndt pt
clothe aa a man aow can, and liave
done with thl eternal nonsense ahoet
eomethlng suits Ula to wear, v , , ., '
Mrs. CU Why wouldn't you. open ail
nteUIeeoUoef If, a yoq complain,
your hoaltftttd- U, 4lke a wiany other
men, "out of employment and tit ho
harry to get a alt nation, wbUe you are
almost daily thutuedby the landlord,''
talk to the landlord aa plainly a you
have written to u. ' Tdl Iilm you. are
going to open aa Intelligence oneeaad
ask hlni to make yw bl ,aaemV A
woman knows, better than a man," the
details of liouse-keeplng and the want
ef reaidonce hunters. 'Then, girl wheji
senslWe woman about a situation; We'd
clean street or ecru b door steja, rather
UiMdepvml . upon a protectori?-
Heaven aave th marklwho would
leave us to be pcacutd by persistent
lamllorda. Jf your children are too small
to place In school, get some friend to at
tend to tneut while yaw ass out. - You'll
aoon make money enongh to him. ibem
taken care of If yon are vigilant and
faithfuV,y Of course w 'don't excuse
your laty hasbnnd. Don't get ofJendod;
ha is kury and n't dessnrw a family;
bat you tottst make the best of clmtmo
stance and help youmlf,! ; '"p
rfri A.,"' Albany: ; Sv think yoa
uilgUUkt well to start a shirt , factory.
We eoukl asahd you to buy linen, mus
lin, buttons and thread a't wholeaaW
Iloevnd can give yen exact petterne
of the most celebrated elyles!' Tbere Is
a good margin for profit In thla buai nee.
and It would I be much easier mr yea to
bwdncs than It now la for Jrou to "work
from boua to houae as arsuistresav -'i j
'j. Mhw f. i.f atten: Ouf uUllncry'e-
Ubllshment I nowTuTi, Wfsh w had
work for everybody a liil want It;1 but
millinery berdon to a great citeu!
nd other avenueoof aefulnea must be
opened up for ybmen. .To help In f hie
matter 1 on great alut of our picr '
Vancouveri We brought up a mmtly
of boys to do row posltonr . work bfire
We atientptad to publUli a newatiaiwr)
we ara la no need of aai pm l
tdnav tl ' Triaitam (rataa ' .kia-alABf lai
l r rvs aa aj ' p a najMiaxw.-Mui . u
ealled perosle.-, We cawld anatoir, it tor
you. - Tie ilea gtpsy awnaet under Um
' ''"-" tit.
U. A, ti - It ia Met arorth whikvfot
yon' to unmiraett' your mina to -wa.
Couldn't, yoirtndto soma aoul-stlrrlnf
rhymes or other weonshlny ueuseua
that will warm the heart of your dtuV
clna ? ' Ouoas Vou'r 4green.M and the
fair oite la doubtless of the same opinion,
rkewl , you wou'tdlol , Tleaahanmd of
ywaraelft lve that to aareqnitod will
burn Itself out IT It Ixn't fanned." fltop
this day-dreamliig and go to work." Be
aaiaal , Vfkr itet"- p 'hyr
folly by making yonrself famous and
thiLThen aha 1 ready to sue "for jour
attentions, why anarry aomobody els.
Husan: rtra wberry c altar exceed
higly jronttl4e. r J. MDJard, of Albany,"
will furnish you tha "beet varieties and
' give yon. nsximarynformatlon in re
gard to their ckMvaUoa. tiled to aee
so many young ladles making Inqulriea
in regard to uifJercnt kiud of Industrie
that they have hitherto considered out
of their Sipltere. We are ho)itng that
some praetk-al Oregon gardt'ner Wilt fk
vor us wiUt artlclss of Ijistructiutt in
market gardening. 1 T v yT -r ;
MU Common 'atuse, atoUTT degree
of woaaanly tact will be your beat guide.
You meed the companionship of well
bred people," Yur bashfuluese ' Will
equtiuer jltswU jn time. Read aJ4j
your friends for exercln la munelatioa,
and study a parthmlarty- clear aftli'tiui
tkxt of the vowel aouihl. " '""
yilub:" " You're rlghtt A boy Ut
the Itapideat ereattire Id existeare fly t
long shot. You are mwh wiser txieja
your awn eetimatlon than you' Will be
JafUj you hgrwn to yesrsof mate;
rlty, and the worst T 3" II, J9'om't
beUeve li. You ctnt better tliat eHil-
cbral voice" for a year or two. jUse
y oar vniee as rittle aa passrfUe during t lie
Jiiirtilug friod.M Pluck up" rourggc
aCMafkajisaausamWItBBt. smitae insj garainfsl
ivn Ww""wVwwjjaiBwwTww riiWtawrJmlia a
uainr thU.hmtervai. fcr atorlJig your
rttlnd with knowkxlan. ' , ,
' Tnriulrerr'"We are ntit fliCtrmoil aa-to
the eubJcH or title of Mrs. Victor forth
coming book." Jo. Meek, the hero of her
fflrmcrwork,irrbe River of the 'Went ,
wi'Unf with hU family loriTualJll,
ttan inajas. . W believe lias adUreea la
HllUboro. Oreaon. --vi vr
- Othc): lcttcrt jryjll Wtywereiwxt
srnca,i..o ..i i, . x-.r.u
VEAT TIE PtZSI IATS OF US. '
Of course oar. brethren of the Pre
are saying many thing aboat ua, and
we are collecting n amy of these for
th graUflcatlouof our own vanity,
aa well a to show our reader how tlie
fraternity recetvaand to what 'extent
"iJi'.irmey sTprcctatc, tur work. '"' ' ' - ' -j y
From Xk &(4oid: , "
The time was -ben a woman having
somewhat tossy 16 the public was at wore
dloailvantera than.. now llllberalitv
of opinion met her at th beglaning of
or ner enurte in tula dtrcetlon, and un
friendly criticism was sure to my she
was. stepping out of her 'Vpbere."
HoriuHhing of this UlHwrality yet re
ma Ins, and occasionally manifests it
self.. But the world in awaeml ha ac-
quired aunns and JuJpuent estoagti to
leeuive wtui resaect wane a woraaa -lias
to say, even uiouga ana sa- u in a pan-
leetutw ar UiiwatrK th column or a
.i It ltas, at all events, learned
tea. jm Weil as a man. mar
have aomethlMai toeonisMinksat to tb
publie, and that. It .Is her right to be
beard while she express ns her opinions
oh tonka that engross th publki mlnd.
lu thio .resfwii t wsaneat ad nn now
stand very noariy en tlie mine ground.
Both can oltain an aonieias if they bare
snythlng- to my.Nrtrherw III In) Ik
teiied to If they lack marten ' -
-arrtl4 ay JHnHTlev7Mr4lvf'M4Va
hdvetlt Of klra, ' t)oilwava nanae. tha
Nkw rAiarit wwsrt, the first wutnlwr of
whldr m isnned thla mornhig. If any
person haa beeiieuvpoainglhst this tsi
per would he of a Mml character,
nlled with Impractioahle fwkaa and lie
voted to platitude about what areealled
wtthont mneh aceuraey-of dMInitlnn.
woninn'stight,'' nwlr fwrso will And
himself or herself mistaken " The ahe
befnre ua hi full of 1 vtgorou writtng.
with a strong flavor of practical good
sense. - "We ajrtrehend thafMrai liunl
way wilt, la a few- Issue wf her paper,
euceeed In stating tho woman qweatieu
I. . a. II .l mi . .1 .
that If all ant not convinced, many "will
be disposed to listen. " -
If any etippoaethat this la a 'woman 'V
Riper1 in the restrletetl aensw In 'WWicb
ist term might tw ararfled to It aa a a
eoVfwrrmen-rjr of woman "auffraire,
they will be disappointed again, Mrs.
Ounrway'doe not write aa ifshsoooslil
ered the elective- franchise tb earn to
tal of Woman's demand, v A part from
this wpeclsl suhject-tl Wornsn qmw
tlon there ar vlooroaa art Me on snt
lecto of a general natanwhieli wsmld be
In place la any good Journal. I'he tt-
per la a fine euecimeu of typogmphawj
bcaAlfTT - -T X i'
rom tiXJt C. 4dm6nty".
We have reoeived tl first number of
thia paper, Mr, A. J-tHuiiway, propri
etor. It is really a very Itaudawme sheet.
Well edited, and wU filled with inter
eating, enbstoatlal and instructive art!
cle. . Wa auvlly laWk It on ourex-
1 eh ana Hat "and wabwrne the new tnnrr
io.us enatioea, unga ana. reward ofi
useful lonmaiians..' ,. .-5 - ; . x
From the ataaYsrtav I nv Vr
' ' A copy of the Ont number bf ild
weekly caiullilat fnr pubila
beenrecelvod. It la uriutad lathUcllv.
owned, edited and iMibllalied by Mrs. A.
J;' Duwlway. and th isMeist nnmbrr
bears atato Frkkty. May ,tt la the
same aia 01 tlie . UrryimutH and the.
imdf. with eolumn of similar width,
and tlie typographhle! appeararwels very
gooo, very orMUWut. Tne aoimy or
tha editor-w will nut use tha tona ed
Itresa a a ready, clever writer. Is well
known, ( while we shall iwrltaps differ
very widely from the view and scutbi
mcuts of nhsuh the papet will be the
utterec and advecato) in regard to what
is usually denemi sated tsW 4 Woman's
lUghte" cause, w e heartily wish for the
fair nrotniator an abundant meed ofaum
cess in the paper aa- a business enter
prise, for oy it, we oeuve, sne noiea to
be enabled to rear and edueato her cfcil
dreaa aad to kutneh them at aroner
riud on the full voyage of life with he
best of ttiat precious frelghtaire for the
long cruise which a fund mother's love
and oevouoii and bounty can naetow.
l From th iiessacrair Ifrutrw t . t .
W a aavo received tit first lunidaf
of a woman' journal published in
laud, with the shove tltUs. Typograph
ically It presents a very neat ajaieamiMe
with clear, open print, easily read. It
Is to be a weeklv itawsnata-r. editad and
tubllalied by Mrs. Abigail JJ. lHiulway.
There Is considerable practical ability
dlslayed In it editor isle, selections and
criUcUms; yet are ace ouaof them hard
Iieaded fellow that can't b made to be
lieve In "Woman HuflYage." Aside
front -thedodrtnc .4t will attempt to
teach, we wish the paper success, -i
asjssaasss-x jiiiu Ai Ut
Oohablerabler Interest '1
through the Mteta aa to the adveut of
the Nkw NonTHwraT, woman's light'
newspaprfTtobe edltetl by Mr. Dunl-
way.T A Wag snggesta that meu'a righte
wiU be Amiwat with In tha .first
Issue, but wa havefaltU thai our aide
lady contemporary wili defmid and de
fine woman s sphere without clrcum
acriblng man's hemisphere.- But we ad
vise her to level an cdltoraa at that
Joker at her first convenience, that will
put an enectuat ntsvi on nun.
A we are no piiglllHtl we uV'Icgate
our frieud, Mr. Clarke, of the Haleni
Waterman, to put aa effectual "head" on
tliat kker. ' , . . . - ,
.- aSSiMMHMMSMia "F ""'
tL- U S . t. m tm J -turml-l
' I am I miu of iron will; of tnwacle
too. Iv'a I toasted; my fancy stocks I
palmed,! until wltli tutlsdst I, was
toasted.. My wife Is a rood, tcndersoul.
a duties all acquitting. My rtanjrhtcrs
deem' aX-maiTrfa'ptnil Urlf l)M
anuenentung. 1 ciouie tiiem mirt am
AimI each might wed a miUtonalre, yet
fMlishiy refuse. Thcr prate of busluoaa.
with toe lip that hsptor French should
stutter, tad drum their little finger tip,
and traitorous, siwevbe mutter. My
talk of ttvlcpeTvlcnce now being
the fash Ion, and of tha "good time eastt-
Ina-." waeMt la-aww natlie they may
uaali on: when men. may think bik!
women' act. -and leare the times ' tni-
shaken;or If you please, reverse theract,
uswmrwakmv I M v second
her hair.-! a white brew
thus revealing, and waves her Illy hand
In .It 1.... II... - Ill, ....n..
slid saya ahehaaa leiral mliMl, la boutuil
to be a lauryerl I almuld attarcw le more
sliocked to see her turn ut a ' wtaid
sawyer! ifj-hlnJLiUJ' bouule, Umnlc
girl, witnatear-dron solily shining,
(while ah twlate about a earlKiilto do
or die," site's pining. - Ami site shall
"At" a worsted dog, or W( th grace
ful "Oerman," or do"; tlie kiver, 'Who
toeoa., at "SewiMtrt "iilln the niunsiati!
Or her nmd lather she may 'Mo", out of
hi hrown.stMie Jtouses, so sit imt drops
IhUrbug-a-bon, and. h-avea reform to
tnmserst Around my neck she throw
her anus and burst out in aew ai
that physic 1st h only thing her uiind
recelvs with aludiu-ssi, .rroHictieally.
I aeein to view my tender daughters
three, Hlrl a lecturer, a .lawyer too,
and lastly, an M. U., Hlrl. With-wam-
au's righte' I'm almost dtisrd; would
urve au embxratioii, but that f learn
to my amaxe) It's flovHng every tuition.
No rocky fastness- shuts it out, no land,
aaa snaa. nor lakon tlta eria snaltur
turns about, to find It ncxt-doar m-iahiTPt doors. ; Let us it-fleet for a moment
bor! Alas! my bmthcrs, old and
Fling wide tha gadest w must auorumbl I fer Just as much from tb alstcnce of un
Uta 4NtiUag, bmiui'i started !fWff l,, grctn,giowlng nlanto would do
JtOtm ' - " iimi'whwiwhiii mm uin( um-(iiiin
KJJ ,ui . f : I! - ' ! rTnii;.fii.uii.i In m.inH - t. . . l .
" Mrs. Htowe, In her novel of the above
title, umlertekee toportmy the class of
weak, clinging, dependent women, who
make their modioum f wharacterleas
beaoiy and their totereatiuaj dielplwsj
nea tliir most rwwerful weajion, . The
beauty. of tlie I'ink and Wliltc mliool
achieves hmsf signal triumphs, lint he
eflbrts of brilliancy, not by her vivacity 4.
her Wit, her eleveratesa, or her aacoin-
piiHiimanu, out by aunpiy dnsiping and
laiiKUlshlng, She la too d-llcaU-aiil sen
sitive a creature for eflort of any kind.
HI mi throw heraclf uasui otliero and ex
acts sympathy. Her very helpussnicas
la hergrvateatjitrtaurthfcJJv it ahe tyr
aniilsee over men who would resist the
tnfloenc of an etiergetici hel,al," self-
reliant woman. r wr it 1 a tact tnai the
average man Is attracted wy tunc4 Vllng
Ing," Inefficient, selfish, style of Woman.'
Wpy Tlie average man n -vain, ami
haa a tolerable share of rmieett. More
over, the average man. In these degen
erated dava, 1 not estrone man. Hence
he like to liar something to cttng to
him, to look to htm fr pruteetbta, ad
vice and support. 1 He is battered by the
mney that he Mtheslunfy oak, ind ahe
the Clinging vine. And so hwr weak
nesses and her fears benm her; - ahe
la never shcharmlpr as wlicn sltashrteka
t the atrliVof a Htateful'" srt.W ar a
''dreailful' ' monae' Thus It hapnena
that by aa lnavTUtaMadispenaatioii of
Itovldencarthe most worthiest class of
women, women who load art utterly ai
profitable exbdeweev' to satf-tmmigeii!
to dreent of any sacrifice t othersv 1k
Impoverished fn heart and mind A any
raneron thought or deed, go thmneli
life admired, petted, and helped (whea
they need help), white their noble slaters
often aaem to be deprived of the symtav
thy they deserve l.y the wry courage
and energy , which they, manifest 1 id
ring to assist thomscivc, t
A young isly went Into a mindc: st
and asked the clerk If he had "Loving
Fyva" Jlc replied, "I'm told ao by
las gwtsv'1 i rr ir -, ; j.
-tavor liaal . i Aaiamar?- .-.
Tlie town alt'immer le looaled about
five miles above fsrrol'a-lentil n, sad
nearly tWr miles alsv tlie ntouth of
Kaiamaereex.- l ne com nan v naT acre
l.smi acre of land lu on UmIt, havihw
puniiaed the wtiole or a part or aeveml
donation or nrt--ButWMi claim, ine
tract has river front of two and a half
miles. The principal town site, or that
part of It upon which law com pa ay will
And eominen operations, la near the
upier end of be tract, t Along the river
the land I oWrflowvd at hlRlieat water.
In Iwti, the blalieat water ever known,
the high ritkra along the bank w ae about
two feet binder water. i Further back th
Vili of overflows' wa various, ranirrrui
rronv wn- to nrrown leex. T 1 11 einp of
rand Mtas aunieet to overnuw M from
Tuuto 1,UU fvet wide at the upper end of
tnacHy puts, and wkier at Um lower end.
Whew U14 coinany liave already com
nieiMvd to erect tiieir warejioitas- and
hcAibiuartera, the overflnw extcntl but
little way from the bank, and the land
rises aradually to tlie level of the nlatoau
lyluu back of the Immediate river but-
torn, at tne iieiKin of list rwt rmm inc
rter. Thl plateau.' Which I situate
to tit heart of the tow a site, rises rather
abruiitly from the river bottom to th
hcUrlitof luft, foct and thcu the surface is
regular -and nearly level towards the
mourrtaln range for a mile or more. The
whole tract may be easily and cheaply
aupplUal with spring water oljtaluod on
the tract. - The towu plat begins luimo
dlstely on the river. Theatreet throafrli
which tho railroad ha been located is
biO fset wklei all other at reets are mi feet.
Tho street parallel with the rivwr are
named Klver, rront, first, Hecoinl,
Third, etc. - 'ITe traverse -streets are
named alter Oregon woods, bevinninr
at the upper end of tho idat, the names
being arranged in atpliauetlual order.
MrDonALtVa Vixw or Fkmaui Hrr-
raAoa. Calvia B, McDooald. who waa
etui .loved several yearn ago to write for
theHaioni ("statusf, expresses tlie follow
In view of female aiiffraM In the HfF.
r iro, lor which he la employed to I
Huffrage then Is not a question of color,
but of Sex. Ami what is aex T An or-1
dinatlon of nature for the perpetuation
ef the human race, relating only to the
perisltahle Uidy, aixl not the immortal
out. Tlie jmiMTisttabio soul has noi
sex; tlie everlasting mtndf has no sex;
th angvls' and archahgela have no sex;
and tluUeUatinctlan ia anknnwn amona
tho viewless throng that march the I
cauaewavs Of the air: for It la unneces
sary where there I neither birth nor I
daath. italthev marrrbis? nor etvlna? in I
jtntrrag,. and Whero ua soul waa ever I
yet divorced from Ins wosom of js love.
, l mm . . asMV line. II
r""rt firr'"" paper that bears the In-1
acriutlnn: iul UT bisknuio duidh
wllf, tlte.great, tle Ood-U!"'. imafanraHTaTtest t.''far.L'
Ible. series soul! that which is to live
on and on after the lust atar ahall have
exidred and departed from - the desert
heavtna. Why , tlstn. bolus: a cltlsen.
X n 1 ay mt wunwn vote as well aa men?
Hiie may own property; ahe may be sued
at the law; she insr nay taxes: ahe
shares alike la the victories or defeat of
Iter country; alt ia equally concerned
In tli welfare of society and the future
of her children why then la she denied
tits right of sufTrsjre tOid rper. ' .
Simar Room. . Every woman
wbsyenouah and careful enouab to se
cure for Iter houMhphiiite every bit of
available sunshine during the 4ld win
ter months. (Ires I care Is taken to get a
aouthern exposure fir llieni,. Iisleetl, If
one can secure no other than -a north
window for her plants, ahe has too much
love for these unconscious, Inanimate
t hlnrs to keen them at all. Hhe would
loave tliem In tlie cold, to die outrlKht,
rattier mail linger out a martyr exlnt
rmv In the shade. K
Folk TletNl'sUnshTne quite as iniM'h as
idantsito. Men and women who have a
ailr deajree of strength and .tlm-Hao of
their leKs can get out Into the world a ml
get a glimpse of sunshine iHiwaixl thcn,
ami, If they choose to do so, let them
live in Imm with only a northern ex
posure; but. If It 1 Muasibky 1ft US sc
cure rooms In which every rav of sun
kIiI ne that fall In winter may enter for
me name wun aretanut up in tne nousc,
Invalids who cannot leave their rooms,
Bud Bind noonle Wlloer toolnflrm to act
that these chwse or emmis. If kri fn
lug Is better tlian a geranium or fuschia.
it us make anmcaacriftcea. If need ls.
In order to give the feeble fwies their
simmim tit ainmlilliA '
WXP MHAKTH. AofioN, lit
very Tr r-ll-W xn l atH ( 1 rants.
nlafi- wmte fortenf mteres. Tin total
area of the United Htatea la In round
aumlsrra, eNo,aMJt Brres, of which
oaiy alMMit mst-kfth or uu,(KM,iMai acre
haa been reduced to private ownership.
Four-fifth ar at 111 at tho-disposal of th
United Htatea. The entire area of lands
f lvcn away by the United Htatea up to
he close of 1 809 ww l,n0,(iil ncrea.
TItc Jand f which the Unltol states
lssuel patents' last year amounted to
about 7.U70.IMI acres, fonr-ftfth of which
were cash salca and homestead entrtra;
while, tua wind amount certified to
corporations waa less than 310,0110 acres.
It appear tnt the total sale maile by
all the railroad eotnpaalfS and other
IncorptsraUotat, Including town sites and
Ma, -amounted hi a year to less t han one-
ehrhtb of the area of htnd sol.i by-the
tJovenrmcnt. At this rate It is sliowa
tliat it would nwiulra STrf) Vears Asr the
tMIULompaua to dbipuaa of their
tnds. . . . - v , . .... ;
Wuiclt i Woaart A. nua com-
ptarned hefore'iudire Kawyer, of the Kan
Francisco Police Court, lately, of hi
daughter, only U year old, for disobe
dience, ami Die court ordered her to b
committed tKthe Imhistrial HchooL
The poor girl wept bitterly, etdalming
aa tb officer km ner away, "IwpBfl. wii
go home to my little Ulcr. Don't aend
me away. . i'a
herer' The bru
me away. , 1'aist, come, to me, come
thth parent only laarhed
and warred hi
i bead, ami the ludjre was
foroed to my to hlin.'tio to your diibL
air; go to tlutt girt" .;
S e do md. know which was the womti
tha father tn disregarding his child's
entreaties k Jlli..iudgeioiitmi
the girt to a bouse of refonnxjloTi ft
crtmot.. umler a eitarg or mere disobe
dience. $da iMtt OftUpo iWftanc, , :
r' -'IS Sli ISIS I uJ. ;
I . ;Frau Bismarok. temkt tab vary rdalnrJ 1
tilted--., 't-.4,i' i -,i(4 ' I V
AUCE. OAST'S BttEfEST ' TQZXl
Df sll IBS toaatind plcturs ,"" '
' Thai asn oa Bteuturys sutU,
hejrMrof'4lnolIBifMt.'f " ' "
TBsl sesawU tostafsll;. v.'r. ii
V. Ww " aaUst.T. ; -v r
?H Bsr laa vkdsts soldea t ' -,
- THat,prhikUlh vale betov .
Mat thr th mllk-wbua lilies ' '
That Isaa ftom the fMsrsat Bed," a. ,
veusttlng all oajr WUa Utasnnseaan,
AuJ snMUtng their rk( ;
Hut ktr llir vines oa tits eylsml ' "
waet the Isrittil nd VntHV
Ws I ha alaas. Bar the Bale, ensnltp.
is, aae the sle, sw
i tesss la4ssa.
siu aaVa i' .' f
Is IBs laBorstoll
II 1Mb Is I
IJil s UMtklB s SrhlhbSlr,
rrasasUisuHls lBat bss . -
rovtd llrs Um beaatitol Wastawny
Bat his lifk oa the hllli rn-w weary.
' - Aad asisaf the Aatama eaves "
1 tuatla ifst isjf MB Bastlwv i
T. A sd of its fsllaw leaves. ... . .
. Mj asek la a stask enihtaM .
tAs thr llshl of ImauNrtsI besuly
' niiytitlr torswd hl nwe;
- Aad whra Uts anovsOf saasn i'u
... Jls ft-IMn his sulnHlkc VsuuV. -
y' " Adeep by IUe(alsor llajUU
. Thetefore, of all tits plrtorwi"- .. , t
TWat aaao Mentis j s asrt, -
The ons at tha dim old tunftTZ?
HwMu4h brl uf all.
UU8TJI 000. ;
I will small nr war, 111 to Thee, -Nur
dnuM lUy Love, UxMh arfc thf way star
i - '-' ' f
War SMirrsur, slaes tha snnww Is mat 0.l;
Thsi I SMuswt evea Is tits (ad. '
I will a4 sh l hansr the fnliirr yan,
K.s-rlmHl tiMlsjr with 4arfc.to-aus-rou ktn;
I will hja ssk a llclu ftoat Hsarea nhtir-
How, -u p by step, sty ptlaiiliiawr snnoM e. :
Aad If the sunt srl. is In staks
Ths salh Istpoasllds that I sist Uc,
Vt,sa lltcrtverwIadstasisMhntaaaBiiBs base,
Ttowsy wlllbrlKhleaBpBJklsnat. , .. Jf
Hs still, my IwHteil Ihr tafthnd to tajr Uwd, ,
AadjMirr aad true and tried Ills liuly Wwdf
Tbmu(h Mocm; B,xJ, Ihsl rsrsUi s the ara,
His eaasisKS My stspwln sOatss hTTfcs.
. y1mmmaBassssassa : '. ). ' I
Norm.-CVa Foa twrTrrrio?.
Alexandre Dumas published some time
ago. in a dally Faria paper, a, novel, in
which the heroine, prosperous and
happy ,1a assailed by ennsunitlon, " All
the elow and rradual aymntons were
hsvHmvw Tou aunt-'
posed the end of your story now being
fuiiiBiii lit tne -
"Of course." -ir.i'--"Hoes
thesWeaiwe die at the en.tr'
"Of our dice . of r eonatiaitloii.
After such aymnbins as I hate dcseritie,
bow could ah liver' .. ,,t
, "You must makeherlive.l You must
change the cataHtropbe,"' y 1. .
. "I eaanot M -4.-- ---
"Yea, yoo roust; for anyone tierotnc's
life depend my dauKhtera.V 'v" i .
"Yes: ahe baa all the various symp
toms of consumption, whfih you have
descrlbeil, and watohes mourn rally tr
every number of your novel, reading hef
own fate iu your heroine's, NW if you "
make your heroin live, my daughter,
whose IniBiflnatlon has been deeply lm
prtMMl, will live too.", m , flut
"t'ome. a life lo jMtva ia a. tempU
lh,n " - t i
IHimaa changed hi last 'chapter.
Ill heroin recovered, and .waa haiwv.
LAbout Itoa yeara aftorwards,- LKiutas
met in Marquis at a arty. v
"AW Dumas 1" he excUlme.1, iet
tne Introduce you to mv daughter. Hhe
owes her life to you. There she is VTj
"That Cue, hauiUgnt woiuau, w'ho-
looks like tlie Joejma dArcr
"Yea. Hhe Is married, ami ha had
four children." : -
"Ant wy nqvet four UUons,w told
Dumas ; f so we are quite." ; , , j, ,
There is a voung lady of vast wealth
residing In tit vkiuity of Union Hquare,
who emidoy her leisure and pocket
money In btiylng cloth, muslin, and
calico by tha wboiumle, aad cutting it
into garment. , 8be takes her carrlareP
and xoes Into Lsuua and by-ways, alvins;
wvtrk to needy eople; and when finish
ed ami llsrally stld for ah generally
lawtoww tire nminirtaMw" garments on
those poor" men, end their wive ami
children, who "fought ami bled", in the
late war. Kmie ar turued from her
door without the help that maketh the
aean gutav one lamiu to rje.nigniy
ooninilshed. . ajrreeable. ntodeat. I
aaeks happiness in doing gotsl. Hhe; U
devoted to her good -work and a dear
relative! and haa refused, the hsnds. of
some of the bjadlag men. ef th aa-
tioa. -V, .J'. JlcvoitU),, ,T.t -U)., f
. - -1 . . . .
.A Wonian'a ChrUtian AshocUIIoiIv is
about to be incorporated at Hcrantnn.
Penn.- A lot of land and five handled
dollars have also beea donated In the
same place .for tlie purpose of swta Mish
it); a Home for Frlcmllcas Women. .
Tlie Home of the Womau's Christ bin
AasiMuttion In Cincinnati I especially
intended at k toArdn(nOTn for young
women wtiaaa wajre ar under aig dol
lar a week, ami-who ilaslre flmssnl,
aalutary BssoolBlLoris. i Over eat hpu-
dred have been - admitted daring tlm
present year. T- Tha pride -ef heard I
.& a week, and thoae not aoia-to pay.
thla amount receive. asBlstonoai tlie
report- shows that ba three years past
more thalrahrea hundred airiai aavrw rn
Joyed, the -ad vantage of the. home
founded by the Young tomca'sCbrie-
uan Association, s . . 4,.
The Pioneer Silk Manutkcturlng Com
pany have tasded a Pms peril us for or
ranlilng a silk rulturiat aad aanufsiv
toWs eu-oiwrati v union, with a cs pita I
U SI CL. lUin. Mm 1.1,1 tHA 11 IH1A
share at llnO cash. The movers In this'
enterprise, I)r--ia Ck- Yatos aad eight
porehase Of Moss ra. Beard dVfcil
ealled en nlm. . - -v - -
I ..''Xuma.'.' .aald
their Han Jose Mission property cor s f -?
talnlng 4, TDO acre, for the sum of t-.2 .: . ' -
BfC aBna..skicsi taaesel lsnM..r.i..t. 1 . . V
v ,. i . . f c1 "1- ' r-
wet tlk. 1 Mv' !
1 '' t t il .! til ' otsttf fim j
-1 - - . I
- - -t i j - - - :- .
' ' - mm mxmav "'- "ii - im - mw asm in