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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1S73.
Written for the New Northwest.
Man breathes of Mature while he lingers on
The Joys he derives arc the fruits of his birth;
Although he is lowly he delights to bestow
The life that he has in others to grow.
He lives but to lie where forests have crown;
His life is but brief, as Is everywhere known.
Jons A. Wojiack.
A New Ally.
"We are indebted to the Woman's
Journal for the following soul-cheering
evidence that men's .eyes are being
The Cincinnati Commercial, in its
leading editorial of the 7th Inst, takes
ground iu favor of Woman Suffrage.
About fifteen years aco (it seems to us
but yesterday), tho Commercial, which
had been previously Southern in all its
sympatnies, started tUe Unto abolition
ists, one morning, by a brilliant anti
slavery editorial. We welcomed its
strong arm then, as we welcome it now,
it was a neraiu oz triumpu tuen: w
hope it may prove so now. Tho article
SEX AND POLITICAL KIOIITS.
A meeting is to be held at Hopkins'
Hall on Wednesday afternoon next
which the women of this city are in
viteu to attenu. it ts stated in tne can
that Micro arc three thousand women iu
Hamilton county alone who pay taxes
upon millions of dollars' worth of prop
erty, and who have no volco in the
election of trustees to disburse the taxes.
They have no voice to say for what the
disbursements should be made. Oil the
other hand, a non-property holder, if he
be an adult male, though he pays no
taxes, may determine who shall handle
the money, and is, indeed, eligible to
the oflices through which the moneys
pns to and from the publio treasury.
The question is continually pressed
upon the attention of the public, why
should not these women, all women,
indeed, of proper age, have direct repre
sentation at the polls ? What good and
sufficient reason is there for denying
them the ballot? So far as the princi
ple is concerned, it makes no difference
whether there is one or one hundred
thousand women in tho State who are
directly taxed on their property. Tho
fact that they have legal rightta acquire
and hold property entitles them to tho
full privilege of tho citizens, so long as
their property is subject to taxation.
It is no answer to say that they will
be protected in all their rights by laws,
general in tiieir operation and bearing
equally upon all property, whether
owued by men or women. That is
simply begging the question. It used
to be said in defense of African slavery
that the negroes were happy and con
tented on the plantations, because it
was to the interests of their masters to
cherish and protect them. Rut that
was no defense of a system that de
prived one human being of his rights.
and conferred upon another extraordi
nary -powers over him. Nor is it any
defense of the denial of representation
to women to say that they will not sulfer
injury for the want of it. Tho duty of
the State is to provide each of its citi
zens with all the political powers it con
fers upon any of them, that they may
be able according to the measure of
those powers to protect themselves. To
do less than this is an injustice, and
States, according to enlightened demo
cratic theories, are not created to organ
Those who bear their proportion of
the burdens of the Slate are entitled to
all the benefits of the State. If they do
not enjoy them, it is their duty to in
quire why they are denied, and for what
reason the laws are partial and discrim
inative. Is it because of mental inca
pacity, or constitutional dillerence? If
the line of qualification is to be drawn
along either of these reasons, there are
thousands of women in Ohio who would
come within the boundaries of privi
lege, and thousands of men who would
be excluded. The mass of the women
of Ohio are as intelligent and capable of
forming judicious conclusions touching
political movements and candidates for
ofilce as the men themselves. And
there is no constitutional difference
that would operate as a bar to the exer
cise of any political right that goes to
vindicate the direct representation of
women in the State. :
The imputation that goes with the
wuwi ui mjuui fun uuai uiiu uivit riguia
to women is that, for some reason or
other, not clearly defined, and never
likely to be distinctly stated, they are
so incapable that it will never do to al
low them to take care of themselves.
There is a precious waste of fine senti
ment whenever the sex is toasted at a
banquet amid the fumes of tvinn .mil
clouds of tobacco smoke, about tho re- i
linement of woman, and the heavenly
radiance she sheds over the home circle,
withiu whose sacred precincts nothing
unhallowed must ever enter. Would it
not be something gained in public mor
ality if sometbiug of this refinement
and heavenly grace were infused into a
brutalized politics? Is it is all to be
housed up and guarded carefully from
the wicked world, why not go further,
and insist that the women should adopt
tho oriental custom of never appearing
in public without dominoes ?
This soft nonsense, supposed to bo ex
ceedingly chivalrous and quite the
proper thing, usually spirtsout of pulpy
young meu whenever an allusion to the
adored sex is made. Women aro Buffer
ing, like the country at large, from too
much protection. They could afford to
enspense wiin tne Incense of gallantry
uunii unuer ineir noses it tney were
given the right to protect themselves.
It is too lato to talk of restrictions and
limitations of the ballot by tests of
property, education or nice. All these
barriers have been broken down. We
are trying the experiment of Universal
Suffrage, so far as man is concerned.
The area lias widened with the years,
until all arc included, without regard to
race, capacity or previous condition.
Only the women, the lunatics and the
criminally proscribed are oxcluded.
Day by day and year by year women
are demonstrating their capacity for
olllce. There is hardly a profession to
be named that has not its successful fe
male representative. Tho arts and
fceiences reckon among their brightest
ornaments mauy noble women. They
Have shown capacity for the practical
ailairs of life, managing not uufrc
quently large establishments. They
are competent accountants, good clerks,
and shrewd linauciers. The fact that
there are among them so mauy property
denying them equal partnership iu iu
offices Are they less thought of be
cause, like Emily Faithful an.l TC.,
Field and Anna Dickinson, they take
the rostrum, or like Mrs. Stowe and
fieonre Eliot, they write instructlvo
books, or like Miss Hosmer and Vinnie
Ream they model figures and chisel in
marble, or like Mary Gladstone and
Jane Coombs they adorn the stage, or
dike Miss King and mauy others they
create and manage large business con-
ability, is proof of high capacity.
Why should they not be permitted to
vote w uat. reason ban 1
corns? It would become Ohio, among
tho foremost of the States iu liberal
ideas, to lead off'iu this 'matter, aud
crystalize into a fact the beautiful the
ory that mere ought to be no taxation
without representation. Sho will have
plenty of company in a few years, should
sho do it.
Tho difficulty that wo annrehend is
that the women will not take sufficient
interest in tho subject to bring about
tne consummation, However devoutly It
may be wished: and tne dancer beyond
that is that if women had the right of
suffrage, perhaps those moat worthy to
nave innuenco would not prove so ac
tivo in political life, and so forcible in
affairs as the wayward sisters. Still, as
tno case stands, we nave tue same
trouble with the men.
Hew rnnt-drying Process.
Frult-drvinc has been carried on to
some extent in Santa Clara and other
counties during the last year, aud
promises at no distant day to become a
most important industry. j.u some
places the fruit is dried by means of
artificial heat: in others, by the heat of
tne sun. in tue neighborhood oi santa
Clara may be seen an apparatus fitted
un for drving fruit by artificial heat.
On tho premises is a steam engine of
niteen norse power, used ior sawing
lumber for boxes, for grinding apples to
mako vinegar, and for other purposes
ponneeted with fruit-nacking. Close to
the engine is a wooden cylinder about
five feet long and three and a half feet
in diameter, in tne cylinder, placed in
close proximity to ono another, are six
nunured brass tunes, mto which tue air
is forced by a fan worked by the steam
engine. The waste steam from the
engine is conveyed by a pipe into the
top of the cylinder, and, after becdming
condensed, runs out at tho bottom,
beating, in tue meantime, tue air in the
brass tubes. The heated air rushes out
at the other end of the cylinder, and
enters tho bottom of what looks like r
large chest of drawers, thirty-two feet
long, ten feet hich. and seven feet wide.
This is the kiln. This kiln is divided
into eight compartments, into whicli
are luted galvanlzeu-iron screens for
holding the fruit. There aro in eacli
compartments forty-two screens, on each
of whicli twenty pounds of fruit can bo
dried. In the face of the kiln there are
several horizontal doors placed ono over
the other, so that in handling the screens
only a small portion or tho kiln Is ex
nosed to tbo cold air. me Kiln is cnna
hie of drying over three tons of fruit at
once, borne or the fruit, preparatory to
drying, is cut cy uano, out moro by ma-
cbinery. Apples dry in seven Hours
pears, tomatoes and plums, in eight or
nine hours. Grapes require about
twenty-four liours. The process, could
be completed more rapidly, but the re
sult would not be so satisfactory as
when sufficient time is allowed.
takes about seven pounds of apples,
seven pounds of pears, twenty pounds of
tomatoes, six pounos oi piums, anu live
pounds of blackberries to mako one
pound of each Kind of dried fruit. Dur
ing last year were prepared and sold at
tins establishment l.uw pounds of dried
pears, 8,000 pounds of dried apples, 3,000
pounus ot uneu piums, anu a large
quantity of grapes, blackberries and
other fruits. Sent East by rail were
forty-four car-loads, each containing
17,500 pounds of fruit. Some of tills
was purchased from other frult-growCrs.'
Acconling to a fruit-grower who dries
his fruit in the sun, from four to seven
pounds of plums will make oue pound
dry. The process of drying lasts from
four to ten days, and the estimated cost
amounts to three cents for each pound
of dried fruit. It is sold in San Fran
cisco for twenty-five cents a pound.
The grapes dried 03 this process in dif
ferent parts of the State were exhibited
last year at the agricultural fairs, and
were, in general estimation, superior to
the imported raisins. The quantity of
lumber required on which to dry the
fruit is considered the greatest impedi
ment to the success of this process. In
some places the grapes are dried on the
vine. This process is carried on in the
interior valleys, where they have little
dew or fog, aud where the thermometer
ranges from bO to llo degrees. Though
no one of the persons engaged in fruit
drying has had much experience to
guide him, yet the results are highly
encouraging. Overland Monthly for
The Leper Settlement of the Hawaiian
The leper settlement, was established
on Afolokai in January. 1SCG. In three
years, four hundred lepers wcro gath
ered there, and supported by tho Govern
ment. Lads between tho age of twelve
aud fifteen years, and girls from sixteen
to eighteen, seem to be tho worst cases.
Afterward the symptoms seem to be in
a measure modified, and tho patient
gradually wates away.
It seemed to me thev could hardlv
have been consigned to a more suitable
locality. Molokal lies east aud west,
with an inclination to the north in the
western portion. Mountainsas verdant
as possible, and usually cloud-capped,
rise from the eastern center. The south
shore, open to the trade-wind, and con
sequently wen snowereu oy tue rrequent
rains, is green and fresh. Tho north
and north-western portions are dry aud
sandy, offering little to attract the eye.
uur nrsi nuo was easterly, over a fer
tile plain by the shore. To the right
swept the sea, and beyond it lay Maui,
witli the great extinct crater, Haleakala,
folded about with cloud; occasionally
we caught glimpses of its sublime pro
portions through the openings in this
vapory curtain. Rear our .shore the
"league-long roller thundered on the
the pebbles, or sliding up the curves of
the smooth, hard sand, where a dozen
canoes were lodged, half In, half out of
me water, to tne left rose the moun
tains. Hero and there beautiful vistas
dawned upon us deep valleys, green as
green could be, and a water-fall, per-
naps, sjiarKiing irom tue cult to the bed
of the valley like a silver chain.
Such a still island as it is! It was
like crusading in the laud or Nod. The
doctor said "it seemed as though every
body had just stepped out for awhile,
and was not back yet," and so it did.
Wherever we went in Molokai that Im
pression was constantly renewed. A
sense of loneliness and desertion per
vaded the very air. We passed manv
old houses iu ruins: the walls of adobe
quite dilapidated, the roof entirely gone.
surrounded by acres of faro patches,
dried away aud out of use. These iaro
patches Iook ugly cnougir when the wa
ter that usually mis-tucm is gone, and
the deep gieen calla-shaped leaves of
tne taro no longer swing in tue wind.
There is plenty of wind left, almost too
mucn ot it; but tue gentle souls that
once cultivated all this silent land and
to judge from appearances, it was
densely populated have gone to that
land moro silent still. Charles Warren
Stoddard, in he Overland Monthly Jor
So eminent a champion as Dean Stan
ley vindicates tho mission of women in
the Christian Church. In a recent ser
mon, he said that he thought women
uci better spiritual directors of "wom
en "than the mmh iloTtmni .ii
??Anii,yiT0,,f?ssor' or authoritative ixm
titl." Healing the sick ho remnll n
trnniMi'fl ctiAti.i ... : 0
DEAL EE IK
JUNK AND SECOND-HAND SOODS.
Next to Richardson's Auction Store
5nnn POUNDS OF HAGS WANTED;
,UvU also, Bottles, Scrap Iron, etc, for
which the highest price will be paid. 3 3
LIST OF POST-OFFICES.
Wood burn. "
0 rccoii City,
Coos River, .
Kmplrc City, . .
St. Helens, .
Suavle's I j land,
Chctcoc, - ,
. . roLic!
y ' 'UNION.
John Day City,
. ... Bellevue,
Cottace Grove, McMlnnvlIlp,
Coast Kork, Mountain House,
Camp Creek, North Yamhill,
Eugene City, West Chchallm,
Chchalls 1 '01 nt.
Yak I ins,
Money Order Offices.
THE NEW NORTHWEST.
NOW IS THE TIME
UNPARALLELED INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS !
' VW ittrxl
T,liirc3L Year o"
THE NE W NORTH WE ST ,
A Journal for
t. 'J A Si O - . ...
, . DEVOTED, TO THE INTERESTS OF- HUMANITY.
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION-Cor. Front
4 I L L E N DOWD, THE
'AnJlntcreMTniriSerlal Story, Is now being
Arrangements have lieen made
CO HPETE H-T CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any and all subjects or Public Interest.
"The New Noethwkst Is not' a 'AVoman's
to whatever policy may be necessary lo secure
knows no sex, no politics, 110 religion, no party,
upon the rock of Eternal Liberty, Universal
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As nn Inducement lor onr friends to make
Noimiwcrr, we offer tho following list of valuable premiums:
For twenty subscribers, at S3 00 each, accompanied by the cash, we will give tho HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, without table, beautifully ornamented. Price. ISO.
For thirty-five subscribers, nt 31 CD each, accompanied by tho cash, we will cItos. HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, witli Black Walnut table, broured and nicely finished.
For forty subscribers, at $3 00 each, nccompanied bythccosh.we will giro a HOME HHTJT-
i Lb SbWING MACHINE, finished in cxlra
The above. Sewing Machines, which nro warranted first-class in every particular, can be
seenoiuie omco 01 Geo. W. Trover, 101 First street, Portland.
For fifty subscribers, nt S3 00 each, accompanied by the cosh, we will riv a UABON
HAMLIN PORTABLE ORGAN, Tour octave, single reed, with black walnnt cae, automatic
bellows swell, two blow pedals, Improved center pressure reed valves, etc Prlco, VQ.
For scventy-flvo subscribers, at $3 00 each, accompanied by tho caih.n double reed MASON
1IA.ML1.N ORGAN ; resembles the first except that Tt has also a knee stoD. Price. T3l
For seventy-flvo subscribers, at S3 00 each,
uouars additional, wo will glvo n MASON A
Self-Adjusting Reed Valves, Improved Bellows, Tremulant and Knee Swell. Price, 8100.
ror one nunured subscribers, nt 3 00 each,
MASON A HAMLIN ORGAN. Five Octaves.
Improved Graduated Sell-AdJ listing Reed
Ktiee-hweiis. VIOLA, DIAPASON, FLUTE,
Those who desire to work for thei premiums
ceived. The subscribers will lie placed to their credit, and ir enough names am not received,
during the year lo procure the premium desired they can choose a lesser premium, or.they
win uc cuiiweu 10 receive twcniy-nve per cent.
As TiiKNKwNouTiiWEiT has already proved
aiso prove aTBiuxni.
To enable our friends who may decide to
and us by Increasing our Subscription Lists, we
miums to canvassers :
Any subscriber who Is In arrears for tho New
subscription reo, and ono new subscriber, accompanied by the cash d (O we will glva :
A pair Parian Marble Vases:
Or a Bohemian Glass Vase;
Or a Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
OrJi dozen Ivory Napkin Rings; ' '
or 5 dozen Plated Tea Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Or a Lady's Fan, spangled, leathered edge;
Or a Bird Cage; . , '
Or an Album for holding 100 pictures;
OranAlbum(cxtra)forhbIdlng50plrtures; , - .u. '
Or a Fancy Letter Case; , . . . - ,javM
Or a box Toilet Articles, Including soap.'chalkfperfumery.'elr,;
Or a Britannia Tea Pot; .
Orn Kerosene Lamp; r ;-;
Or 'dozen Glass Giblets; - " " - ; ''
Or J; doren Glass Tumblers, , () -s. ,
Or a large Olais Fruit Dish; '
Or a Work Basket;
Or a Fine Erabroldored llandkorchlcl:
Or yt dozen Linen Handkerchiefs;
Or a Woolen Table Cover;
OrJ dozen Table Napkins;
Or Jj dozen Towels ;
Or an elegant Portmonla.
Any subscriber who Is In nrrears for a year's subscription, and who will ssnd bis or her own
subscription fee, and two new .subscribers, accompanied by the cash making J li-we will
A set oi Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on white. nictal', warranted;
Or a sit or llogcrs'Tsble Spoons, triple plated, on white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated, 011 white metal, warranted;
Or V, dozen Rogers' A Russell's Table. Knlvc, best qmillty, warranted;
Or a handsome Bird Cage.
Any person In arrears for subscription to Tn: Nnw Northwest, who will send his or her
subscription fee and three new subscribers, accompanied by tho cash, making CO, we will
A handsome Marseilles Quilt;
Or a handsomo Woolen Quilt, red and white, or blue and white;
Or a pair of Table Cloths;
Or two pairs of Nottingham Lace Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid GIovis, nny color or size; m
Or n Japanese Inlaid Work Box;
Or IS yards best yd. 'wide Sheeting. -
For seven subscribers at S3 00 cach,nmountlng to t-1 00, we will send :
An extra Castor, triple plated, on white metal, valued at 9 00;
Or a Lady's Writing Desk, of equal value;
Or a Cabinet, Japanese Inlaid ;
Or au Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Box. . t
These articles arc all valuable, and aro warranted 'to bo Just as we.' represent them. Per.
sons living in this city or who can visit us can receive thoso articles from our own bands at an
hour's notice; or If not convenient to visit us,
Noordorof this kind will rccelvo attention
Send money in Postofilcc orders at the customary rates of currency, or send draft If pre
All ordors promptly attended to.
We sincerely hope that this unparalleled
business in Oregon, will meet with a hearty
wno up io mis timo have seemed to rail to eallzo that Tub New NOBTHwrarr cannot oe run
without money. Now is tho time lo mako up clubs. Begin before some oilier -person gets
the start of you. See wbatyoucandoforyonrsell.tUe Publicand Tub Nsw NoBTUWifirr.
TO STJBSCKIBE !
aud Stark StreeU; Portland, Oregon
published regularly from week to week.
lo secure tiie Bervlres of a -
Rights, but a Human Rights organ, devoted
tho greatest good to the greatest number. It
nocolor.no creed. Its foundation Is fastened
Emancipation and Uutrammeled Progression,
exertions to secure Urge clubs for the Nkw
stylo, witli Black Walnut table and cover.
accompanied by tho cash and twenty-firs
HAMLIN ORGAN, of Five Oetavrj. Ono BtoD
and twenty dollars additional, we will rive
Flvo Stops. Two Sets of Hlbr&tnrs Throughout
Valves, Improved Bellows, Tremulant and
TREMULANT. Price. SrJi
can send the names and mouoy as fostas re
In cash of the amount remitted for their labor.
a popular success, we are decided thntllshall
canvass for our nanor U benefit both themselves
proposo lo give the following additloual Pre
NOUT1IWE.ST, who will sen us his or her own
we will send the articles by express to any ad
unless tho cash accompanies It.
offer, which is a new feature In the newspaper
response from the many friends of our paper.
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE.
ralor Hko the Howe or Singer, to meet the -views of those preferring that style of Machine.
I havelocSte permanently at Portland, and shall keep consfcuitly on hand a large assort
An.aIS.'i.?5iiSinrtlfn Florence Machine. Call and see them before purchasing else-
lill'IiV Ul MIO llwi w-
wf aim Oie apencv for the celebrated Nonotock Co. Sewing Silk and Twist: John Clark,
Jr and CBPl cSttS; Bailey's Sewing Machine Oil.
" JAMES IJ. LOOM IS. General A sent.
131 Third street, between
Sold on the Irrstallment Plan: $10
To San Francisco and the East,
RAILRBAD"ANiOr-eVC.MstTAtEr LINE !
Through to San Francisco In SO Honrs!
Only fii'SS Milo Stntjiufar I
TOURISTS should bear In mind that tills
Routt passes through tho Garden of the
rucinc coast. Tne -wnu picturesque scenery
alone donbly pays the Tourist for passing over
GREAT OVERLAND MAIL ROUTE:
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TICKETS FOR SALE
OFFICE OF TIIE O. ('. II. H.
250 Corner F and Front Streets.
OXEiON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.
NO. 20. I TIME SCHEDULE. I NO. HI
rpO TAKE EFFECT SUNDAY, JUNE 8th,
A Is7S,ot6 A. u.ror the government and In
formation of employes only: the Company re-
erva.me rieui 10 -vary mereirom as cinuni
stances may require.
Daily Trains will run between
PORTLAND AND ROSEBUUQ
Portland 8:15 juv. I Roseburr- 7:15 r. jr.
ltoseburg 5:15 A. x. Portland 4a r. ir,
V Freight Trains (with Passenger Cars at
tached) win run between
PORTLAND AND JUNCTION
Daily (Except Sundays),
PortUnd IKK A. X. Junction 6:00 r.lf.
Junction 80 ju X. I Portlaud S:ir.x.
Tho Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains.
dole connections arc made at Roseburg with
the Stage of tho California and Oregon Stage
M Tickets for salo to all the principal points
in California and tneiiast, at company's omce,
Csr.r siiymstBU., it PcrrjUsdlig, Portland
a- NOTICE. Passengers for Butteville,
Chain poeg, Dayton and Lafayette will take th
bosL for the above uolnts at Canemah.
a-Storage will bo Charged on Freight re
maining in Wniehousts over H hours.
sr Freight will not be received forshlpmcnt
arter k o ciocc f. x.
J. a IHLDRETH,
E. P. ROGERS, Gen. Bupt.
Gen. Freight and Pasicnger Agent.
OREGON & CALIFORNIA R. R.
A DAILY SPECIAL EXPRESS TRAIN
-will commence running- on Sunday, June
H.1X1Z, between naieni jura mnuuu, i
at Mllwaukls, Oregon Cily, Aurora and Oer-I
VMS 1I1UD U V H
LEAVE ABfclVX .
Kaleru a:15A. X, IPortlaud
Portland 4:r.x.lHaIeni ..Ur. x.
2 0 J. C- HILDRETII, Gen'l Supt.
THE ORESiN CENTRAL RAILROAD CO.
ON AND AFTER- SUNDAY. JUNE S, 17S.
snd until rurthernotlce.wlll run Freight
and PMiongcrTrulnj from
PORTLAND TO 8T. JOSEPH,
Conneclingat Cornelius with tage for Forest
Grovt; at HL. Joseph for all points Konth and
r.A.iii. VrflT,11j. A niH. fnn.
mouth , Independence, Buena Vista and Cor
vallls. BRATS ABKIVZ
nnrtl.n.l tl . r I U , lm.nti llftl 1
St, Jwiph..lln Ai xl i Portland JZZ2:3) r.x.
BirPasiengers received at Fourth street sid
ing on riving signal to the train.
Freight received at tiie Portland Warehouse
and Dock Co.' Wharf.and will not be received
for shipment after i p. X. H.THIELSEN.
J. GASTON. Gen'l Sup't.
Freight nnd Passenger Agent. -50
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER,
Corner Htark nail Front streets.
2-ttU FERRY L..NDINO.
J. Jf. rxiu-K.
1C C. EU0TACOn.
J OA. SIVOX.
UULPB, BX0XXUGH, B0LFH 8IU0X,
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
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ARCHITECTS & DRAUGHTSMEN",
Stark Street, between Front and First Streets,
t-U Portland, Oregon.
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It docs moro work, more kinds of work,
better work, and does it easier than any other
If there is a"KIorencc" within a thousand
miles of Portland not giving entire satisfac
tion, if I am informed of It I will attend to it
without einense of anv kind to Its owner.
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Compressed Air Patent Rights.
11HE INVENTIONS OF DR. ROCE Tor the
Production, Storing and Transmitting pow
er, etc., by compressed air : also tor dest rnying
yellow rever on Ships, In Hospitals, for entl
lation, etc., have been proved to be the only
successful methods, where pumping machin
ery is ueu.
Notice is hereby given that the management
and control or these patents has been placed In
my hands with the sole power of License or
Sale. Persons and Corporations desirous 01 us
ing Compressed Air as a Jlouve i-ower,orior
-.,m.,ri..i, a,, i.mv nlitnln Tull Information
orthe title and details ot the patent by apply
ing for copies at the Patent office. The reissues
aro numbered 5.2U1 and 5,32. and for terms of
by addressing me, 1; -. i-'.-v- i,y.o, r ...u-
street, New York. HORACE II. DAY.
CLAIMS IN DR. ROYCE'S AIR PATENTS.
DIVISION A, NO. 5,301.
Ti.n i.ltt r ,rt. nnpnmntli nnnaratus is to
charge or fill res-ervnirs or conduits with com-
presseu R?niriii isxiies vy
known mechanical power. Tlie foree-pumps
A' A", refrlgerating-pipes f f f" f" f"",aiul
main reservoir are stationary, as shown in the
drawing.and the compret.sed gaseous mediums
are transferred from the foree-pump or pumps
or main pipes, or from this fixed main reser
voir, by means of pipes, tules, stop-cocks, and
tue proper vaives aim vanK-KraniiK uu i
liendages. By means of my invention the com
pressed gaseous bodies can be used for the pur
poses of transmitting power, and to reproduce
some considerable jiortion of the power re
quired for the compression, at tne extremiiy 01
the conduit from the comU-nser or main reser
voir at nny desired locality, wiinin any reason
able distance, through any of the convenient
forms of steam engine or pumps orothermech
anlsm suitable for the purpose, and with or
without the addition 01 neat, as moy ue re
quired; or by detaching the reservoir irom the
condenser the power contained In the com
pressed air mny be used for the purposes of lo
comotion or navigation as well as tor operating
tiip rnmlonser mav consist of one or more
cylinders and pistons, of eoneentnc cylinders
worked ny any power ana uiscnuixiug -ou-densed
fluid into a reservoir or through pipes
for use, as aforesaid.
What I chum as my Invention, and desire to
secure by letters patent of the United Slates, Is:
1. rue metiiou 01 compressing or puckuik
gaseous mediums in a reservoir for thepurpose
of being used as a means of storing and trans
muting power oeyonu ine apparatus liseii ny
moans ofa Dunn) or condenser, combined with
the means of absorbing the heat evolved In the
process of compression, and with a reservoir
and conduit suitable for holding and transmit
ting the power confined in the compressed me
diums or Imparted by the condensing apparat
us, substantially as described.
'2. The employment ol a main reservoir filled
with irasous mediums comnressed by menns
of pumps or other condensing apparatus, and
ntteu Willi suitauie pipes, moes, sioim.-ocks,
valves, valve-gearing, and appendages for the
purpose of storing, retaining, distributing and
transmitting, for use outside of the condensing
apparatus or mechanism the power confined
in tho compressed mediums or imparted by
the condensed apparatus, substantially as de-
3. The use of metallic reservoirs, plpes.tubes.
and other accompanying mechanism, coated
on the Inside with close-grained metals, vege
table gums, resins, oils or extracts, wnen nneu
with compressed mediums, to prevent the es
cape of the gaseous bodies through thejttresof
tne investing meiai as aoove uescnucu.
4. rne use 01 me reingeraiing nr cooling ap
paratus with the cylinder in which the gaseous
mediums are condensed for the purposes of
power, when combined with the cylinder eith
er externally or Intemally,substantially as de
5. The use or the hollow piston witn suttablo
valves nnd connections, for the purpose of
causing a current of cool fluid to circulate
through the piston nnd connections, lor tno
purposo and in the manner set forth.
. The combination of a reservoir of com
pressed gaseous mediums by means of tubes or
pipes of any suitable material.wlth stop-cocks,
valves and other proper connections rtLSP
pndagcs, through nnd by means of will,,. ,llo
power confined in the compressed niecum!l
may be drawn off for use and for the purpue 0f
transmitting power to machinery outside Qr
the condensing apparatus.
In testimony whereof, etc, etc.
PATENT NO. DIVISION B CLAIM.
L The serial compression, whether effected
simultaneously, by two or more compressors,
In gang, by first charging one or more reser
voirs, then transferring that condensed matter
through the same compressors, and adding
greater condensation before again entering a
reservoir or candult, 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
stated. ... .
2. The said apparatus and mechanism, and
the several parts thereor, as claimed In the
other division ot my reK-ued patent, when
used to produce cooling, disinfecting, or thera
peutic and chemical etrect by Infusing into tho
atmosphere or the sick-room or the wards or
hospitals or other inclosures (also the couches
or matreses on whicli sick persons or Invalids
recline) compressed alror oilier gases and vap
ors slu'-ly.orcomblned in due proportions, to
the special diseases or cases being 'treated, on
Insulated bedsteads or bedding, irdesirable, to
subtract elecricity or caloric from the patient,
through the absorbing quality of expanding
In testimony whereof, etc. 3-tI-ly
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