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.DECEMBER 27, 1S72.
The usual lecture at Oro Pino Hall
was omitted last Sunday evening in
consequence of the excitement over the
fire. On next Sunday evening tbe con
clusion of our subject, "Amusements
Tbeir Uses and Abuses," will be given,
and we hope to meet all our old bearers
and as many now ones as the Hall will
uiic lesuvities ot tlie Holidays are
upon us iu tho fullness of tbeir force.
Many are tbe hearts that arc made glad
by tbe munificence or tbougbtfulness of
loved ones at home and abroad, and
many, alas, are tho souls that are deso
late because poverty and sickness bring
to them no joy or gladness. Ict us re
joice with those tbnt Are glad and la
ment with those who mourn. And
now, dear patrons, one and all, the
New Southwest greets you witli a
desire that each may see "many happy
returns of tbe season." AVc hope you
have .all bad presents, beautiful and
bounteous; that each has remembered
some person less fortunate than him
self, and that all are preparing for an
Eternal Holiday of which this is the
prototype. As we write our heart goes
out to the lonely women in farm houses,
the ruddy-faced country maiden at her
mirror, the poor strcamstress in the at
tic, and the tired mother at her toil.
"Ve see tho wealthy woman in her city
homo beside tho glowing grate: the lan
guid belicarranging her intricate laby
rinths of puffs and Hounces; the weary
merchant over his ledger ; the anxious
tenant whose next month's rent is com-
inir due with no cash in bis pocket: the
miner in bis cabin; tbe farmer with his
flocks and herds; the minister in his
study, and above all the smiling faces
of happy children who sing the praises
of old Santa Claus and join their merry
voices with the cheerful chimes of
And now we say unto our patrons,
one and all, we need your substantial
remembrance. A heavy bill for paper
and press-work, which has been accu
mulated that you may read these pages
regularly, stares us in the face like Ban
quo's ghost. Can you not each renew
your subscriptions with "tbe new year?
Can you not each procure us one new
subscriber and remit us tho cash, that
we may thereby rejoice with you in the
glory of the coming year?
Again, to eacli and all we bow witli
trreetintr. Asrain to even- friend we
say, all Jtail!
Scarcely had the State recovered from
the shock of tho Oregon City devastation
Portland was visited by tho fire
fiend, and the tracks lie lias left arc in
Our citizens wero suddenly alarmed
on Sunday morning by a dense cloud of
smoko which seemed to originate sim
ultaneously from an American saloon
and a Chinese wash house. The daily
press with oue accord lay the blame
upon the Chinamen, who, like the
O'Leary cow, have no means of denial,
but citizens, living adjacent, have de
clared to us that the flames were first
seen rising from tho saloon. Be that as
it may, the fiery monster gained so rap
idly upou the combustible materials
which lay in waiting for it, that our
gallant firemen were unable to control
it, although they worked with a will
that excited wonder and admiration.
For a time it seemed that the whole
city was doomed. The wind blew some
times in fitful gusts, and again in steady
currents, scattcriug the breath of the
fire fiend broadcast upon tbe buildings,
where, but for tho vigilance of everybody,
hundreds of conflagrations would have
rekindled from its contact. Our fire
men worked to the extreme of exhaus
tion. Chinamen were impressed into
tbe service by means efficacious but
reprehensible. "White men stood idle
by hundreds, uuablo to find anything to
do. Men and1 women vied with each
other in removing and damaging prop
erty. And still the insatiate monster
gained upon tho engines, laughing as
lie licked tbe rushing water with his
ten thousand tongues, roaring fortli
his fierce defiance of tbeshrieking winds
and hissing horribly at the fast falling
Some of the finest lire-proof structures
in the city, with all their contents, were
iu flames. Explosion after explosion
rent the air, and hope seemed well nigh
dead, when the wind, as if in pity of
the city's woes, veered suddenly away
from the ruins, under which three
noble firemen had been almost fatally
crushed, and moaning, as- if repentent
over the desolation lie had helped to
scatter, sought the river, to which he
chanted a solemn requiem. Shortly
after this providential .change of the
wind, a drenching rain began to fall,
and our exhausted firemen were re
lieved by reinforcemeuls from Van
couver, Snlem, Oregon City aud Albany,
and the elements aud men combined to
quell the fire fiend's reign of devasta
tion. We have notspace for fuirparticu
lars. The whole amount of loss was
$111,170. The insurance was $111,000.
A woman In Sew Jer.ey l,al i,er husband
claudrtdlnaly Incarcerated m theTVnmii i.f-
sane.isjiu"' ... mini um nertiraud lirotlior
could in ome vny brome pompJ r hu
propcrty-nmountins to nm, for1y
dollars. Slio wants to vote.-iUf277$a.
A man in Oregon clandestinely com
mitted incest, and now that he is in the
Penitentiary pretends to be insane.
He want's to vote.
Wells Drury has retired from the pub
lieation of the Clirhlian Messenger of
MonmoHth. It is not stated who runs
that paper uow.
It is well known that in this as wall
as other cities tho women teachers in
the public schools have heretofore been
paid just about one-half tlio compensa
tion for their services that the men
teachers received, who, in many in
stances performed less labor than was
imposed upon tbe protected (?) women in
tbe same public employ.
Now, wc suppose the public is looking
for these presents to proclaim the glad
tidings that the men teachers, seeing
the injustice or this invidious distiuclon
in regard to tbe sex rather than the
brains of woman, have circulated a peti
tion among the tax-payers and suc
ceeded in getting tho directors to raise
the women's salaries a little above their
own, that man's protective idea might
thus bo practically illustrated. Or per
haps the gentle reader is expecting us
to chronicle the glorious news that the
noble men, knowing woman's physical
inferiority, and their own chivalrous
regard for her comfort, have decided to
do woman's work iu the schools iu the
future and that, at tho same time they
intend to reduce their theory to practice
by herea fter supporting the dcpeudent(?)
creatures. Gentle reader, you may
crow savniro now, for we have nothing
of the kind to tell. Tho plain truth is,
that tho live men teachers recently cir
culated among the tax-payers a petition
to get their own salaries already twice
as large as those of the women raised
$500 each. This petition has been
granted by the generous Board, and the
women now receive about one-third iu
stead of out-half of tho remuneration
enjoyed by their colleagues iu the same
vocation. Prolcssor King, of tho North
Grammar School, now rcceh'cs $1,S00
per annum; Prof.. "Williamson, of the
Central School, the same; Prof. John
son, of the High School, which school
would have passed into oblivion last
spring but for the vigilance of the New
XoivroiWEST, receives a salary of $2,000;
Prof. Pratt, of the South Grammar
School, gets $l,SO0; and Mr. Meacliatn
assistant in the High School, under the
supcrvhioiupf a lady, who is paid $750,
(tho highest price for woman's service),
gets 5-I,ij00, although lie is a young
man, inexperienced as a teacher, and
witli no family to support the old ex
cuse for giving men superior wages
while several of the women teachers
have dependent families.
Now, good women of Portland, why
is tills? Don't you see that man pos
sesses power, pecuniary and political, to
enable him to make and control his own
circumstances a power which is, and
ever will be, beyond your grasp, until
you, like him, shall have the influence
of the ballot ? Wc used to pity women
who boasted that they "wanted no more
rights," but we have outgrown the
sentiment of pity now, and confess that
we're ashamed of them. Such selfish
ness is culpable, such ignorance is
inexcusable. Wc learn that the worn
en teachers, several of whom hav
but just opened their eyes to the neces
sity of the Woman Movement, are now
circulatingapetition, praying the Board
to raise their salaries. They may sue
ceeu in securing nair tne pay now re
ceived by the men, but they will get no
more than half until they become voter,
and consequently of some political im
portance among office-holders and
office-seekers. Women of Portland
don't you see?
THE "SENTINEL" AGAIN.
"Wo arc sorry wc have not space for
the whole of "Dagger's" last "good
bye." That "head-hidden scribbler"
displays such aptitude at collecting the
most potent of our ready-made adjec
tives and arraying them in a formidable
phalanx, behind which he entrenches
himself for our next advance, that wc
conclude he is really good for some
thing after all. Then ills child-like in
quiry as to what a very palpable typo-
grapuicai uiunucr coma mean is so
Edith O'Gorman-ish that wc suspect
him of a very intimate acquaintance
Willi llUllS Hi srciicral. Euonrrh as In
his identity. AVe now give his closing
paragraph, showing his exceedingly
chaste(?) idea of womauliood, mcrelv
pausing to wonder if all his woman
associates are of a tviws so low as to
make his idea concerning "sweet
voices," "personal charins." etc.. ex
"Dairers would like in L-t.Au-
these "500" to tliotc li-. liir.-K i it n i...u
style or cood"oclal sincinir." the
of the lectures, her jiersoiial eliarms, or what
i .k. iuc ... .luiiiuwiAr never lalls lit
meet "smlllnc" Catholics at her lectures tlmt
Is Just the kind of Catholicsif) and rroteslanu
that can be round al the 1'oIi.t Court ftli Man
day morning, after Sunday evening's carou-
U1N HJV-UJ .
We have always noticed that man's
regard of womau is always accurately
estimated by the company he keeps.
But what say good Portland Catholics
to the wholesale insult this vile scrib
bler thrusts at tliem in his frantic at
tempts to scare them out of I he free ex
ercise of their own good judgment. "We
are content to let him speak for himself.
The fight is now between themselves
A HUBBIED VISIT.
Last week wc took a sudden run to
The Dalles on a matter of business, and
improved the time while"lherc in lec
turing two evenings. An appointment
was made for the third, wlncli was
thwarted by a regular New England
snowstorm. "We had prepared a long
report of our very pleasant excursion
but the fire so demoralized our office
that wc are compelled to omit it. Suf
fice it to say, we found friends good and
true, and were somewhat replenished in
purse and very much encouraged in
spirit Mine host of the Empire Hotel
is a success In his line, and the citizens
generally are hosnifnliln nml InfnlMo-ont
pro. Hand, or u,e JoKiifitir, is as
Ufc worK "d as Kenial as ever.
v, e ro going back to The Dalles on pur-
i, w course or lectures when
the spring open?.
HEEDED POLITICAL EEIOEM.
The JiuUetinla discoursing vory sansi-
bly upon some much-uccdcd Govern-luT0S
mental reform. arc parucmany ,
pleased with the views of that journal
upon tho present unwise provisions of
our Electoral College. Why the TresI-
dential vote may not, when correctly
counted, be made to apply directly to
the election of the candidate rcC0lvinS
tho majority of the votes or ine scerai
States, Has over been an enigma 10 our
feminine understanding. Ono can cas-
ily see the power for goou or cii mat
13 piaceu m me nanus u.
lectors, buppose, lor instance, iu iuc
pcndingclection, when the College shall
convene for the final decision of our
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UUUIiai COIUCSl, Willi;" "'"""J
uecn virtually won uy uic 1"F ;
ular vote ever granted to a 1 resident of
. . .1. 1 1. I
a great people, these -loors should,
many of them, be induced, by the secret
olTer of large sums of money or places of
...m .u ., iu
legislators can ue auu n uwu
currupiuu uy iim-raiif v,....
i... II .,ni:dnoi
ifu.-d, nu nu nil"! fa"-
;"luu '"IUVfa, 1 v" ""
thail among Legislators of a given
, V. V """"ere consider their sexual prerogative,
should such contingcnces arise as mor- t,., r-i, ..,. .,.,
.. wn.tll.. ..
tals cannot foresee or prevent, by which
a commotion among tho Electors would
wv. ww ...
liewlv stiruncr nartisan scheme, there is I
-11 t .11.! 1 1 . T . I
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uciiiicr law nor cuncs iu ireveui. iiiu
changing of the Electoral vote iu di
rect violation of the silent mandato of
the great majority of individual voters.
There is no common sense in the Elec
toral idea; consequently its practical
application, in these days of bribery
and corruption, may well be considered
doubtful. Wo sincerely hope the Con
slitutiou may be so amended as to abol
ish the Electoral College; also tho elec
tion of Senators by the State Legisla
tures, and the repeal of nii appointive
ofliccs; and though the JSullciin's idea
is not so clear and strong as wc could
wish, yet It augurs a perception of the
true Democratic idea of Republican pol
itics, and wc arc glad to notice it.
Postal telegraphy Is another very im
portant theme which that journal con
siders very impartially. "We arc sorry,
however, that the "little disposition" of
Congress to take action in this matter,
'which the Executive aud Postmaster-
General recommended a year ago," does
not recicve'lliat scathing rebuke from
the editor's powerful pen which that
15odys culpability deserves. The fact
would be amusing if not so sadly impor
tant, that witli the exception of an oc
casional shiniug light, the great army
of our law-makers, from constable to
Congressman, are below the average of
the intellectual manhood with which
uiey are associated at uome; conse
quently they are little disposed to take
action in anything important, because
they have not sufllcinct brain power to
comprehend important ideas. Says the
it Ik argucu I uai the unvvmmont lias no
rieht to enter the domain of private lmlni-.si
cnterprloe and coiniete with It, as It would do
by undertaking the system of postal tele
trrnnhy. Itut the answer to this Is that the
Hcuuiaitlon of the teleitranhs and the trank
wiihln the province of the tfuvernment as the
tmusnortatkin or the mails. -t it must be
adinlltcd that under our mode or Uovcnimcnl
there are solid objections to such an enlarge
ment oi us domain oi iuiiichhiui duty, such
a n-siKiiiHibility asiuiuetl by the (iovornment
SSu'tS? tS5?a 'oUISU.5S5,,Tr5Sk,:
."Z,"n. e., LBf "J",P.?.VA .'!: Zr.
orjmrty. No civil sen ice that could be devised
iniuiiviit mniiu iv iiinui: (u ihii iiiuf tin- iiauui
would render this !miov-lliIe.
Itcasoning from our present political
economy, there is no doubt but that
partisan polities would -control the pos
tal telegraph system, just as it now con
trols the mails. Dut let all ofliccs uow
in the gift of the Administration be
come elective, and our system of parti
san patronage would topple over at
once. There would then be no need to
fear a "government of the people by the
people;" but such a Government as ours,
is it is to-day understood by all parties,
having the power of direct representa
tion without the substance thereof, is
liable at any time to become revolution
ary and dangerous.
Ve feel that the most important
work, and one calling loudest for the
present consideration of the American
people, is the need for a General Con
vention of men and women, to form a
new Constitution, in keeping with tho
intellectual, commercial and financial
growth of our prescntsyslem of finance,
r..i.,. ! ifn ...
grapl y, postal facilities, representation
and taxation that these shall rvivo
inai cousideration which our necessities
domutiil. nml i,..i ct r. i i...
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vviuiuuiicuaiuu oiiNiuionai ouuca man
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"rauiw-vuBi inu urigi-
nal - fnimcrs
of the Federal Dill of
I lie heroism and valor of these gallant
ooys are worthy of great praise. Dut
praise alone is but .an empty compli
mcnt, as most women liavc long known
to tlieir cost. Now let our City Council
remember the defenders of our homos
witli something more substantial. Let
them make a lilting appropriation at
their next meeting to pecuniarily re
ward the "boys" for their valorous
deeds. It takes more courage to face
the enraged fire fiend than the cannon's
mouth. Lot our citizens join witli ono
accord iu getting them up some sort of
a rousing benefit. "What say our breth
ren oi ine press V Wc can all see bv
what a very slight thread we hold our
lives and property. Cannot tho noonlo
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IU uiiic imuot.iiLjai ii i-.iinss lllnli.1
grauiuuo io uiose who guani mat brit-
agent at uregon ny, pensions amount-
ing to 91l,wu are pam annually, ijj
Oregon tliere aro about thirty pension-
to $11,000 are paid annually, h,
r r ICh) CT 41. r
crs oi urn a. u. ' "-- u u.
pensioners who are laid through Afr.
Warren, tliir'.v-wlue at invalid dw!
INCIDENTS OP THE PIBE.
n f , sickening fea-
of th0 firo was tho brutal manner
...i,,, niiinnmon wero treated by
- . . . . f. children of a
largcr growth. it Is well known that
theso nevcr sbirk a duty when
, , . , rwmlred of them if
jts nerformanco is withlu their range of
possibilities. Throughout the day of
the fire an( far Juto th(J nIghtj n0 cessa.
Uon of t- . f lnUtvilluai China-
mon was periujttcU at the brakes, al-
though hundreds of great largo white
stoml jdJ mzinK at the ramisneu
an(l weary jfonsollans who were met
wUh blows or bayonets whenever they
woul(1 fio , na mMi their
1 - -
him . i. Wn ln nnt civ lilll. f hnt Hllllia-
men should have done their full quota
of tho work bu(. (,0 emphatically
dcel&ro that tho Inhuman manner in
which they were abused was deviiisli.
No mildcr wortl wn,atall express our
meaning. This abuso was mostly the
work of boys whoso mothers "havo all
tho richts thov w..nt so thev let these
cracc es3 vouilff fwnmns run riot on the
" ' i
stroPls. nronnrlnrr tlmmctnlvoQ fnr flio
1 " " "
PenltenUaiy or gallows, by whetting
their appetites with tho exercise of that
malllvm ctlr,rr.mnnv whinli tlinlr moth.
stnco the flro. and tho belief is treneral
it,.. ,vnm ,imu-ni i,v imn n
poor leiiow, a quiet, narmicss cook in a
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IirivilLU UUatUlII I1UU&U 111 UIU VU I .
struck by a boy and his leg broken.
Another, who worked with u will until
dinner time, started to the house of his
employer, promising to come back as
soon as lie could cook the dinner. His
excuse was not taken, aud he was un-
mercifully beaten back to tho brakes. I
One, becoming exhausted, fell back a
little, and was caught by two ruffians
and hurled back to the engine, and in
his attempt to catch tho Hying brake,
was struck under the chin and thrown
back in the mud. He was not allowed
ono second to recover from the shock,
but compelled to arise and work right
along. We watched two largo men
beating one poor littlo image of his
Maker, until we grew so faint as to be
scarcely able to stand.
We fear a dreadful self-avenging of
those creatures' wrongs before the people
aro aware. As we looked at the name-
stricken citizens whose checks bhuichcd
at the fiery inroads of their cro-wliilu
useful servant, we plainly saw another
fearful holocaust in the near future,
when these other servants may wreak
their cunning vengeance upon (he
Christians?) who have persecuted the
heathen in their midst.
Itev. Dr. Ilatlicld. a felhodist Kpis-
copal minister of Cincinnati, Is creating
a sensat on bv call ns attcnUon to that""3 "".
alarming prevalence of criminal abor
tion among American women. lie
calls upon the ministers to look the
evil squarely in the face and confer to
gether for the best means to check the
evil and save American society and
American life from destruction.
Now, we call brother Hatfield's work
a sten in the rieht direction. If moth-
crs only knew the natural consequences
nf nlinrtlnn. n Miov tirn foil. I.v Minlr
lielpless victims when usherctl into Im-
mortal life before being clothed with
a well developed mortality, they would
stop, awe-struck before committing the
awful act, aud their own harrowing
dread of the pains and cares of matrn-
ity would be always bourn, rather than
that their unwelcome children almost
be deprived of the physiological ad van-
tages of mortal life. Dut the vast ma
jority of mothers cannot for many
coming generations be made to sec and
understand this fact. The ministers
would be as badly shocked over such
an idea as they aro horrified over nbor-
lion. So we say to American fathers
everywhere, tho responsibility of this
crime rests not witli tho mothers, but
witli you. Forgetting, as you always
invariably do, that your own selfish dc-
ires should ever uc uciii in anoyance
to your wives' behests, your often im-
pose matrnity upon mem wncn,
could they but choose for themselves,
they Would vastly prefer death; and
knowing this, how dare you chide tliem,
when in their ignorance, terror, sutler
ing and despcrntion, they commit the
blackest crime known in the physiologi-
lr our brother llatlielil is realiv in
P " """"""" ""'"-"'"s i"-"
pie concerning the prevention of tliislatre. tears, and lifc-lonsr misery, which
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cil those most interested. The women
rc mo reai aroucra in iuc case, aim iei
him insist that they shrill tell their side
oi tne story. Tho principal cause or all
. . ...l
this crime is enforced maternity, and
the crime will never be abolished till
tiie cause ceases.
A SPLENDID 0FFEH.
It is well known that the regular suh-
scription prico to DcmorcsCs 3fanazinc
is S.'5 00. That our friends may reap the
the full benefit of such opportunities as
wo can command lo securo themselves
an extra supply of cood reading, wc
liavctnade arrangements by which wo
iro n.,..l.lo.l l Dt.l il.i, Vm X'nnxir
arc enabled to send the i ORTH-
WIST and nrmnmPB Monlhbl Jfuaa-
wist and l)cmorcC8 Monthly Maya
zinc for ono year for 1 30; or for $3 50
you can have the New Northwest,
DcmoreuVs Monthly and a splendid pair
or chromos (Falls of Niagara, and "io-
I semilo l.nllui tvl.tnl. .nulil nnf lio imi-.
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10- Orders of this kind must be in-
taimuiy accompanica uy uic casu lor
""", task by a Riglit Reverend,
Grande. Covn nml TTnlnn. aro con-
tesliii" the vote liv which tho county
I . - - . . .
oi union county was fixed at tue
It was a tie vote between
a Uraadt. caeu oi wmsti
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WASHINGTON TEEBIT0BY 00BBES-
SliAUGIITElt, King county, "W. T., "1
November 30, 1S72. f
Kditou New Kokthwdt:
For several years past John W. Pln-
nell has kept a squaw brothel in Seattle,
and lias been so well patronized by all
classes of men merchants, lawvor
doctors; in fact, the general communltv.
as well as tho poor, debased sailor and
iosgcrthat ho has grown so wealthy
as to have had it in his power to rulo
tho town, and In some instances, the I
county elections. Gambling, drinking
aud licentiousness rclcn to such an ex-
tent that five squaw brothels and ono
white ono are supported in the little
.. nf Sn.ifHc. urnmi nr.,1 i.tw,i
lll(I, l.nvn lMnmn II.
strangers coming here to settle go away
disgusted. Tho Territorial University
cannot be sustalued-thcro being but
very few students attending, and scarce-
iyanyof them from the country-from
the fact that the farmers will not send
their children to Seattle to have their
Tim vlrli.ous nnrffnn nf Mm otflronc,
t.o.l M.r. f nfm..
btv. ul j.. n-
nell through the process of law; but he
was too much for them, until when I
Ln.no nfn SonHln M,vl,lnHll .w..
to the conviction that there was no help
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Hum uranuvin soui mm oouy, mm ail
virtuous ieople deterred from scttlinK
In town. For over a year I could find
no chance to licln them, until last sum
nicr when the people became alarmed
about the small-pox, and the City Couu
cil passed what they thought a small
pox Ordinance, bat instead of saying
"small-pox," they got it "any conta-
gious or infectious disease." As soon
as I read it I said: "Now wc havo a
chance to get hold of John Pinncll
through the Hoard of Health. I will
write a petition to the health officer to
go ahead and do his duty by placing a
yellow Hag on John Pinnell'a house, aud
to take up oft the street all persons sus
peeled of any contagious or infectious
disease and confine them in a pest-
house, as provided in the Ordinance."
M he response was "do so," and I did,
and the citizens signed tho petition. In
than three days T got one hundred
P"" 'K"1 "amos. me Health olllccr
I r t..t.i ii. m.
report before the Council. His report
was "that iu his opinion John W. Pin
l lull's prtmiics did not come within the
provisions of City Ordinance No. 30."
Aud the Council concurred iu his opin
ion. I immediately wrote an answer to
their decision which completely silenced
them. After waiting a few weeks for
them lo defend themselves, if they had
any tiling to say, a lady of Seattle, sign
ing herself J. L. I!., camo out witli an
atucio asking tiiem "wiiat Uiey were
SolnS t do with it," and so the war
The side of virtue is
prevailing, as you will sec by the paper
I send you. If I can I will get and send
you all the papers containing articles
on tho subject.
I have just read the New North
west of Nov. 29th, in which you quote
from an article in the Seattle Jniclli-1
yencer on the moral standing of Seattle.
111:11 a"101-' ws -aucu "i ui' 'o stanu
1110 t1110 laKCS against moraiuy anu
virtue, lie being by common report Olie
of Piimell's customers, patronizing his
house and upholding him through his
mnueuce. c couiu noi any oi us gel
I j - . j .
1110 ""cuigawcr 10 prim an arucicon
the side of virtue and morality, hut as
soon as one on tho other side, slandering
" opposcrs oi vice, was prcscntca lor
publication, it was readily published.
okl Hcriah Drown, with all his faults,
nobly tendered ls ids columns and as
sists us witli ids pen and intlucnce.
I am sure the friends of virtuo and
morality everywhere will rejoice that
the women of Seattle have taken hold
of the matter witli a determination to
rid the town of the pollution that is
surely destroying its prosperity.
Mary O. Drown.
To Young Ladies.
In marrying make your own match
Do not marry any one to get rid of him,
or to oblicc him. or to savo him. The
mau who woulil go to destruction with
out you would quite likely go with you,
and perhaps drag you along also. Do
not marry in haste, lest you repent at
your leisure. Dojnot marry for a home
and a living, when by burniug up your
rnrspLi anil rollini? un vour sleeves, and I
taking caro of your lieaith, you can be
strong enough to cam your own living
and provide a home for yourself. Do
.,.,,,. -fti,0, cnn
you for money or position into bonti-
I ma nlnun inner mwhtr.) Tin tint Illnnrt
I Ull U1UUU H"UV wu.a nuii immvj,
vmirnlf liiliifiinllv in tho pom nan v nf
"u"u . " " ,,....
any- suitor uu you nave dcciueti me
miosHoll Gf marriatre: liuman wills are
weak, and people often become bcwil
a 1 I 1 1 1. .1 aiit ii
dercd and do not know their error till it
is too late. Get away from their iullu
encc. settle your head, and make up
vour miud alone. A promise may be
made iu an hour of half delirious
ccstacy, which must be redeemed
through vcars of sorrow, toil and pain.
Do not trust your happiness in tho kecp-
I tier of oue wiio lias no Heart, no Health.
Do not look too high, unless you wish a
companion who will despise you. Do-
ware ot lusauc u ooti iiuiess you wish
I - .
children that will till your life witli sor
row and close tucir own with suieiue.
Do not marry hastily, contrary to tho
wishes of parents, guardians and friends;
innq. -Hid rrinntls:
you may refu.e to marry at their bid-
S but yotl have 110 right to rush
IlllwctI,(i ufo aplin3t tficlr counsel.
At'i - t. n,nl,n x-oii
Wait a few months may make you
iimiik liPfivoit fnr their restraini auu
care. Jiovo can wan; inai win -
.. .. . ...I.,.,.
tint imif u MiiiiolliiiiL' of a very uuier-
t-nt character. Do not imagino Wat uc
cause two persons are miserablo wneii
..... . - -
ipart they will live nanny ioKcwiur.
.A ........ Hi (run I 1 1 r.
..nTolln la tltnra tlSUaliy irUU.
,rnrtv ' U In tho heart Those who
J? JluJ separate will be hap-
,,inr whon nultcti. tniui.
for having Chanuing's works
mV licr table, and Her afajesty asked
,iiat they contained very
'why not " tlio ccciusiaaiic uususiwct-
ni.ToJtionahle passages. "Ah!" retorted
i . J . ,5 iit Mw.:..A .....
i me EraTausi rov-it't-' ' ,--.-..-1.i.-
w Kof-r i. hvi..c r-.. iiirm.'
WE STILL LIVE!
Christmas and Xcw Tear. Presents.
WE WIIXi SELL
Boots and Shoes
.VT COST FOU C.VBU UNTIL NEW YEAR,
At the Ign or tho
1- CAII.1I.IX A C'O'H,
First Street, under Oro Flno Theater, Portland.
BOOT ANfl QURF
CEO. A. PEASE,
PKOTZMiX, OILLIIIAX CO.
Now York Mado Boots and Shoos.
Tho Proprietor has swnrrtl ihi ,ln npnurv
for this State of llurtN eelebrnli-d Flit Premi
um ;scw -k or muile CientH', Uulirn', Miss' and
iiiiiuiiT .uiH-.tuuu win in future Keep a com-
pieiu unfurl iiii'u i.
Negotiation havo been roinnlctcl witli
flrst-clax cutter from New York rlty to take I
charge nf the Custom lieiiartment. Upon hl I
arrival uue nonce win uc given.
Vo have n ReKldent Partner In New York In
tho Hoot anil Shoe llu-liu-rs. which afroriU i.i
ciiuieHior inrciia.iiiiir uirici iroin tne innnu
t:iiiui-:i lui lillldmaiJiK Ulirt. null, lutr iiihiiu-
facturers that are not enjoyed by any other
home In the -State, and enable u to havn on
hand the latest Kattc-rn Styles as r.il as Uiey
ajiiK-arin i-Jistcrn inarKt-ts.
I'touiers witli aiiuality of UootH ami Shocx,!
both Katern anil Cuotoni made.uniiirnasseil
on the raclflc coast at the loire.-t rates.
The Sales Department
Will bo under the supervixioii of Mr. C F.
rmtzuian. who hm ben Ions ami noutiliirlv
kuowti to the trade.
Geo. A. Fcnso,
S. W. COU. FIRST A SIORRISON STRRETS,
Oro Fino Thoater.
I.F.SSRH AND MANAOER-O. R. WALDRON
FROM ITKR K. IJVS1H
I.KADKR OF ORCHESTRA C. BRAY
Every Night and Saturday Afternoon.
FILL ANU f0 Kith I L 1IIUUUIC COUf.lMI
All the I.ntp Novelties
Will he brought out In rapid .iiicrcsslnn.
W3 Rox Onice oiwin from 10 A. it. lo 4 P. ir. for
t -..-...t 13-... I
1"ROF f A RDINELL'S DANCING Af'AD
? SI V. Ah S.rect,. !. ofx-n on
Monday and Thursday 'v',,,i,1,,8fc. ,t T
Saturday Afternoons for Children mid Ladles
rSolrco every Saturday ecnlnsr.
TO SrltltTlTA LISTS Ann OTIIEK i....
TniXKr.iM.-A full PI'I.?rPir1V"14now'J
.. .r...... ii.,i.L-niitonntiintlvforaleatnow ;
Rcfiimi'lloo Itii kenl constantly rr'
Lih.-ral and Reform Jtookstore nw;j"
rucifl".- Asenoy. sw Kearny istreet. o
iirariwiu... - -" ---;,- ,i ru-ni-o
p,,.,,, .i jrenative ftjJm ilisime.
at Astern prices. Rn""r Circ ilRniond
,a'S.u'S ."''".'Si1 c'Tv.nriwo.Cal. v2nH
Orloirs Aiin-iooaeco i-r-l'"""'"!Vrnu MM
tr Clothing Trniie "". "rnT,itIon.
thirty dayc, undersone a uhw wroim on
l.liel A ltofrtH VnXr of Klnt and
. nt.in the
t nitetl to oerfectlon
They are manulacturl
lliey are luivnuiau.ui. . "-- - ,
ys wear to
can make unythliifr ror m r-,,mB iQW
order In the very be "J"Y'Th flttlnirand
prices, niclrnim uwpw'.
Acall to tiieiri convlnre all
in quality. Acall to idci
Flrxtand Washlncton m
... . atLtr
of the fact.
W. H. COBURN,
Book nnU Jol Muter,
5 WASHINGTON STREET. UP STAIRS.
Soikk-ual RK v'n ABLE RATES, nl
IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES !
T Ir,V SFr'T' PKOM THIS DAY AT J. MY
J Vry Uoods at Greatly Knluml !,!, as ml-
W o o 1 Plaici,
FORMERLY 30cSl CO, AT STec
FORMERLY 50c. AT 5
ALL WOOL EMPRESS CLOTH,
FORMERLY CieSSe, AT G0cXc.
Will bo sold from 23 ct. toil 00 per yard.
Also, a Large A-wortmcut of
White Jt Col'd Plain &, Twilled Flannels,
Ottoman-Striped Shawls, Doable Shawlg,
Rhocue Kit.iwi. Lack Good?.
CHECKED. STRIPED AND FIGURED NAINSOOKS.
ladltV A thlldrrn-s Knrs A Fur Sarki.
I al". have a Flno Ptook of
LACE COLL A ItS.
In Every Shade.
Boys Suits in Waterproof & Cassimere.
A fllll n.Orl IllPIlt nrnonU. VnriU1itrir?nA.I..
I always kept.
STAR SHIRTS (open back) SOLD Ynr it 881
I also have a imi many other artlels that
will bo fold aeeordlHg lo the time.
bit Be sure ami call before lwrrlHWIn? ele-
where. It. 1IAMIIURGKR,
San l-rancien Iwj- flood Store,
lXt II rat St., corner of Yamhill, IVwttaml.
L. C. HENRICHSEN & CO.
I Tr . . ... -
Having received their Holiday StOCK,
conaxsung ot watcues, Uhains, Dia
monds, Amethyst, Topaz, Stone Cameo,
uorai anu flam bets, bona bilverware,
plated Ware, and articles in our line,
invite the Public to inspect the same be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
II.ii ing no one in their employ except
practical Workmen, who know m hat
they arc selling, purchasers can place
confidence In their representations.
L. C. HENRICHSEN & CO.,
ion rin.vr sntEirr. ai
HATS AND CAPS!
BOYS AND MBS ! jvt...
J. C. MEUSSDORFFER & INI.
Cor. Front and Morrison Streets.
TATKST STYLUS ARK DISTJNGU1SIIBD
XJ by the following iwines :
ROYS' SOLDIER CATS,
ROYS' CAJ1PAION HATS,
ROYS GLUNGARY CAPS,
MUX'S RKC1IKRCIIB HATS,
MEN'S LIVINGSTONE HATS,
MEN'S STANLEY HATS,
ven31 MEN'S OAKS HATS.
NEW JEWELRY STORE.
THE FINEST STOCK OF
av a. rv c ix 12 s
Ele., Klc., Ete.,
NORTH OF SAN FR-VNCISCO.I
Received Direct Front the
W. T. SHANAHAN &.
71 Tirit Street.
zr Call and examine the Stoclc.-S
Important for the Holidays
HIE 11KST AHPORTMKNT OF
1l-nx fnmlloH Mini
ALISKY & HECELE'S
1W FIRST STREET.
T-EAI.ER IN FAMILY CfHOCRRIRS, Gen
IJ eral Merelmndlw, I .ma Angeles Wines and
I.iiiir, KorulRii and llomesllc Fruits, Cf(arti
nud Tohacco, elc.
Vor Oregon and California Fruits,
rS First street, bet. Taylor and Yamhill St.,
v2 rORTL.ND, OREGOJf. nil
THOMPSON'S TWO-BIT HOUSE!
. PLENTY TO EAT!
Room Fou Aitl
Employers in want ol help please call. n