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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1873.
THE BLESSINGS OF TO-DAT.
Strange, we never prize the music
Till the sweet-voiced birds are flown;
Strange that we should slight the violets
Tlirthe lovely Cowers are gone;
Strange that summer skies and sunshine
Never seem one-half so fair
As when winter's snowy pinions
Shake the white down in the air.
lips from which the seal of silcneo
None hut God can roll away,
Sever blossomed of such beauty
As adorns the mouth to-day;
And sweet words that freight our memory.
With their beautiful perfume.
Come to us in sweeter accents
Through the portals ol the tomb.
Let us gather up the sunbeams
Lyinc all around our path;
t us keep the wheat and roses,
Casting out the thorns and chaff;
Let us And our sweetest comfort
In the blessings of to-dav.
With a patient hand remoVlng
All the briers from our way.
Is Universal Suffrage Expedient?
BY MRS. HARRIET S. EDMONDS.
Some things are lawful that are not
expedient, but nothing is expedient
which should not be lawful. The oues-
tion whether universal suflrage is right
and expedient is muvn thought upon
and discussed at the present day.
Thinking men and women are earnestly
pondering whether it would be for the
bettering of the legislation and morals
ot me country. Oood men and states
mnr, , n tn nlinn,fnBn, T I . .... 1 . .
whether all classes of people governed
uy taw snouiu or siioum not nave
voice in waking the laws by which they
are governed, is laid before them for
their consideration. Some say, "Xo,
mere is no need of it." Others say,
"ies mere is the riciit demands it.'
The old fogies and lovers of tyranny
and slavery take the negative every
man, woman and cuiiu oi tuem and
this, of itself, is a pretty good argument
lor tne other side. J-or our part, as we
claim to be on tne prozressivestde, and.
as we think, on the right side, we take
the affirmative of this question. We
say, "Yes," all classes of people (not id
iotic or criminal) governed by law
should have a voice in making the law.
The strong should not desire to usurp
tyrannical power over the weak. The
time for brute force is past. Slight no
longer makes right, here in free Amer
ica. And with what pride may we look
upon our free institutions when one
more clause is added to our Constitution,
making clear the fact that woman as
well as man may have a voice in iiiak
jug the laws by which she is governed.
"Where Is the justice of taxation with
out representation? It was on this
rock that our forefathers split off from
the mother country. But, learning
nothing from theirown experience, they
dealt out the same injustice to their
wives and daughters.
But, -to return to our subject, would
society be bettered by women being al
lowed to vote? Wc will not say by be
ing allowed the right to vote, for we be
lieve they already have that; but man,
because he has the power, stands in
phalanx strong, and keens woman from
the ballot-box, that great conservator of
the rights of the people. ow, why is
tills? Why are men afraid that uni
versal suffrage would bo deleterious in
its elleqts upon society ? Why do they
think that casting a vote at a township
precinct, in company with a father, hus
band, or brother, would corrupt our na
tional politics, or bring discord into the
family circle ? Answer me, ye who are
afraid to trost your lady friend, your
wife or daughter to go with you to the
pons on election day v
Where woman is the friend and com
naniou of man. harmony and concord
prevail; but wherever man. because of
his physical strength, considers himself
the master, making woman virtually a
vassal, or slave, discordant notes are
borne upon every passing breeze, and
earth groans because she carries upon
tier oosom tue uespiseu tyrant.
1T.. I , .. "ll..-. ,
We plead tho richt of suffraue for 1
' ":n" " vim-,
X! , 1L c Y r .aireay
allowed the privilege. The foreigner, of ,
whatever land or clime, whether he can ,
!?XU if Jf?lk0
t't I .. """ " uc"
aJ V"t,0n. f .HfS?"1"? ?"
v " " ... ..w .. . iiuu bu,o uiut
right. The governed should have a
voice in electing their governors; but
are educated, Intelligent women less
competent than these ignorant foreign
ers? Tax-payers have a right to the
elective franchise; and it should make
no difference whether the tax is paid by
a man or a woman. Have we ngt thous
ands of honorable widowed and maiden
women who pay yearly Intoourcounty,
State and National treasuries? And
where is the person who can rightlv
argue that such women ought not to
have the elective franchise?
England has already given up that
tax-paying women have a rightto vote.
And the tax-paying women who have
no one to represent thetn do vote.
But right here I presume the gentle
men of the negative will think they
have an argument. They will say it is
not always convenient for ladies to go
to the polls, and that therefore they will
represeut them. Well, it may not al
ways be convenient, but that has noth
ing to do with the riglU. If it is right,
the inconvenience has nothing to do
with the question. Sometimes jnen find
it very inconvenient to go to the polls
themselves. Business is sometimes ex
ceedingly pressing; the old, the lame
and the blind, cau scarcely get there at
all; and yet they would not consider
these inconveniences any reason for
You might jut as well argue that Itis
not always convenient for ladies to go
to church. The little children are to be
taken care of, and home duties to be
seen to, and as religious services are
held so much ofteuer thau elections,
would it not be better for the men to
represent the women at church also?
Is there any one who would fail to see
theab&urdityofsuch an argument would
be that a woman has no soul, or, if any,
a very small one, and therefore they
will just represent them in heaven.
Or, if they have any souls worth saving
at all, they can have a little Paradise
all to themselves, out at ono side. I be
lieve history tells us of a country or two
where they hold to something like this
doctrine, and what good society they
have there! Scholars and travelers tell
us something about the kind of govern
ment they have among those nations
who treat women as inferior beings, or
mnT.03-, But. m?$y American gentle
mon do not wish to be classed with
cross-legged Turks or the heathen men
of India or "China. Their se lf-rcspMt
.would cry out against it. pe"
Now, where is the valid, sensible ar
gument that our opponents can ofler
against universal sutlrage? Will thev
say if women vote they will want offlce?
Well, I do not suppose they will off
want office. Isot quite all the gentle
men covet such positions, but they can
Wives and mothers would be none
the less true to their homes and families
because of their enfranchisement; but
the reverse. A feeling of ennoblement
would spring up in every true mother's
heart, and a wiser, more patriotic aud
home-loving people would ri6o up on
this Western Continent, Mothers
would feel that 'theirloving cans of their
sous in infancy and their efforts toward
training them for lives of usefulness
and honor, were appreciated. And
daughters, feeling that they were really
American citizens, "with a chance of
living whether they make an eligible
match or not, that something nobler
was expected of them than frizzingtheir
nair, painting their cheeks and llounc
ing and ruffling their dresses, would
rise equal to the occasion; and presently
we suouia nave a race ot women wen
worth the winning. And our men,
having for their companions women of
brains and culture, instead of whimsi
cal, capricious dolls, would become men
indeed, towering like giants of intellect
among the nations of the earth.
"Wan, now," metninks l near some
ignorant, cross-grained opponent growl,
"yer needn't taiK up women voim',
even ef it war right our precincts are
uoflttln' place for women. Hain't yer
got the common Bense to know that we
swar, and git drunk, and quarrel, and
fight, and blackguard, at elections ?"
The more shame if you do, and the
more reason, too, for your mothers, sis
ters and wives being with you, to put
you on your good behavior, btrange,
Indeed, if men claiming to be worthy to
have a voice both in church and state
government, cannot refrain from drain
ing the cup of Bacchus and filling their
mouths with low, vulgar slang and pro
fanity on election dav! If they can't,
then, indeed, are the American people
not ready for universal suffrage not
even universal wiafe suffrage.
But if there Is anything in the wide
world that would redeem you, provided
this is your humiliating aud sad condi
tion, it would be the oresence of ladies.
No gentleman would so conduct himself
in the presence of ladles at an election
any more than he would at a Fourth of
July picnic, or a Bocial Catherine. And
if there were no other reason why wom
en snouiu vote, mis would ne sutiiclent.
It would redeem our election davs from
scenes of debauch and roud vism.nnil turn
j t . . . ... .r ' . .
uiein into social and intellectual gather
ings or tho people. Balance.
A Political Sign. Tho Hoosac Val
lay (Mass.) iVetr concludes a very sen
sible editorial on Woman Suffrage as
New additions are daily belnrr made
to tne advocates of Woman Sum-age;
the best and most influential men in the
country are falling into line, and wc
should not be surprised if it Is made an
issue in the National Canvass of 1S7G.
The day of female voters is not far dis
tant, and when it does come, those who
oppose it now will be most anxious to
avail themselves of its benefits, and will
no doubt try to make it appear that
they always were in favor of it.
Lemon Cream. Soueeze a lanre
lemon and grate the peel, add two tea
cups and a half of water, and beat it
over the tire. While it is beating, rub
two tablespoonfuls of corn-starch
smooth, and beat the yolks of three ?ggs.
our tne lemon-water siowiy into the
corn-starch, add the egg, and set it on
the fire to thicken gradually, like boiled
custard, sweetenimr to taste. After it is
none, beat tne whites of the eggs stiff
anusur mem in; men pour into small
tumblers or lemonade glasses, and set
mem in me ice-box to get very cold.
Too Muck the Case. An editor is
a man who lives on what other peoplo
owe him until ho starves to death. A
subscriber is one who takes a paper and
says he is well pleased with it, and he
tells everybody else that "lie ought to
subscribe." After he has subscribed
about seven years, the editor writes to
him and asks him to let him have $3 50,
and the subscriber writes back' to the
editor, ami tells him not to send his
paper any more, for there is nothing in
it, and then the poor editor goes and
starves to ueatu more.
A very good way to bleach cotton
cloth is to soak it in buttermilk for a
few days. Another way Is to make a
fmial Cllffn . . . . f fW... 1 ...... 1 1 . T
I 1 1 Villi IU L It UlUie-
snnmifnia r i.,. t i.r
puuing me ciomes in. Wash as usual.
wringing the clothes from tho boil, and
,ryiI)g without rinsing. By using one
mblestioouful of turnentlne In tho fir.it
?.uds.? "ashing days, it will save half
tne laoor or rubbing, and the clothes
wi,J never bec"me but will re-
mn n o nttrn UMilffn
To Boil Green Corn-. Trim off all
tho husks, and put the ears into boiling
water with a tablespoonful of salt to a
dozen ears. If the tire Is brisk, tender
corn win bo done in Iifteen minutes,
otherwise in half an hour. Lay a nap
kin on a large dish, and, after draining
otr the water from the corn, lay it on,
turning the corners of tho napkin over
it to keep it warm. Some housekeepers
prefer to steam the ears of corn, to wrap
them in a linen towel while boiling.
The heart of a deacon with the contri
bution box at a recent meeting for for
eign missions iu Boston was gladdened
by observing among its contents a
neatly rolled package. On hastily In
vestigating, his former belief In the de
pravity of human nature was changed
to a certainty by discovering one dollar
and a cent, nnd upon the paper the fol
lowing: "Tlie cent is for the heathen,
and the dollar to get it to them!"
A London letter states that Mrs. Faw
cett, wife of the distinguished professor
aul writer on political economy, was
recently requested to leave a free public
reading-room in England on the ground
that it was not meant for women,
WhereuDon the nluckv ladv carried tin.
, case to the Public Library Commission
ers, ano was lniormed that women have
a right to use free reading-rooms and
To Clean Merino. Grato two or
three large potatoes; add to them a pint
of cold water; let them stand for a short
time, and pour off the liquor clear, when
it will be fit for use. Lay tho merino
on a flat surface, aud apply tho liquid
with a clean sponge till the dirt Is com
pletely extracted; dip each piece into a
pailful of clean water, and hang it up to
dry without ringing. Iron while damp.
The Palmer Journal observes that
"there were fourteen women indicted
with Miss Authony for illegal vot
ing nt Itochester, last fall, but tho
district attorney has not pressed
the suits against them. Why was Miss
Anthony tried and fined while these
women go free? Is that tho equal jus
tice which the Constitution guar
antees?" The late Mr. Powers, commenting on
certain proceedings of tho National
Legislature with reference to works of
art, said that Congress would do well to
nut a Cupid on the dome of the Capitol,
Instead of the Goddess of Liberty.
General Beauregard is reported to be
growing old very fast His health is
quite infirm, too, owing to tho severe
taxing of his physical system during
It appears that Tecumseh is to have
his statue, on Queenstown Hights, in
Canada. The inhabitant of Ontario are
to be asked to give one cent each to pay
for it. 1
JUNK AND SECOND-HAND GOODS,
Next to Richardson's Auction Store.
k nnn pounds ok rags wanted;
0JJJ also, Bottles, Scrap Iron, etc., for
wincu tue niguest price win oc puiu. n s
LIST OF POST-OFFICES.
John Ray Cltj
Pnm phrey's Landing,
Money Order Offices.
THE NEW NOimnVEST.
NOW IS Til 33 TIME
UNPARALLELED INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS!
Tlaixcl Tear of
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Journal for
DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF HUMANITY.
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OFFICE OF PUBLICATION-Cor. Front
' ELLEN DOWD, THE FARMER'S WIFE,"
An. Interesting Serial Story, Is now being published rexulnrly from week to week.
Arrangements have been made
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any and all snbjects of Public Interest.
The New Northwest Is not a "Woman's
to whatever policy may bo necessary to secure
Knows noses, no politic, no religion, no party,
upon me rock of F.ternsl Liberty, Universal
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement for our friends to mako exertions to secure large club? for the Kxw
Northwest, we offer tho following list of valuable premiums:
For twenty subscribers, at $3(0 each, accompanied by tho cash, we will give tho HOME
8HUTTI.K HKWIXQ MACHINE, without table, beautifully ornamented. Price. $30.
For thlrty-flvo subscribers, at Si CO each, accompanied by the cash, we will give a HOME
SHUTTLE 8EWINQ 3IACHINE, with Rlack Walnut table, bronzed and nicely finished.
For forty subscribers, at l 00 each, accompanied by thecash.we will give a HOME SHUT-
111. !t.flo MACHINE, nnlshi-d in extra
The nbovo Hewlnc Machines, which arc warranted first-class hi every particular, can be
neiuaiinc omen ot ueo. W.Traver, corner Thlnl and Morrison streets, Portland.
Fbr fifty subscribers, at S3 00 each, accomnanled bv the cash, wo will -Ivn n. VAHOS
HAMLIN PORTARLE ORGAN, four octave, single reed, with black walnut case, automatic
bellows swell, two blow pedals, improved center pressure rccd valves, etc. Price, 3M.
For seventy-five subscribers, at S3 (0 each, accompanied by tho cash, a double reed MASON
i HAMLIN ORGAN; resembles the llrst except that It has also n. knee nop. Price, $75.
For seventy-five Hubscribers, at S3 00 each, accompanied by the cash and twenty-five
dollars additional, we will give a MASON 4 HAMLIN ORGAN, of Five Octaves, One Stop,
Sclf-Aiijustlng Reed Valves, Improved Rcllows, Tremulant and Knee Swell. Price, $100.
For one hundred subscribers, at $3 00 each, and twenty dollars additional, we will give a
MASON A HAMLIN ORGAN, Five Octaves, Five Stops, Two Set of RIbrators Throughout,
improved uraauatni .Sell-Adjusting Reed
Knee-Swells. VIOLA, DIAPASON, FLUTE.
Thoe who desire to work for these premiums
coneu. inesiiutcrlticrs will be plnceil to their credit, aud If enough names are not received
during the year to procure the premium desired they can choose n lesser premium, or they
will be entitled to receive twenty-nyo per cent, in cash of the amount remitted for their labor.
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
AsTllENEwNoRTHWESThasnlready proved a nomilar success. s ar WMi.,l ilmt it .i,it
also provo ktricxpu.
To enable our friends who may decide to canvass for our DaDcr to benelltbnth themselves
and us by Increasing our Subscription Lists, wc propoo to give tho following additional Pre
miums to canvassers :
Any subscriber who is In arrears for the New
subscription fee, and ono new subscriber, accompanied by the cash is 00 we will give:
a pair rnnan .naroie vases;
Or a Lohemlan Glass Vase;
Or a Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
Or J dozen Ivory Napkin Rings:
Or X 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 plctnres;
Or an Album (extra) for holding pictures;
Or a Fancy Letter Case;
Or a box Toilet Articles, Including soap,
Or a Britannia Tea Pot;
Or a Kerosene Lamp;
Or dozen Glass Goblets;
Or ; dozen Glass Tumblers,
Or a large Glass Fruit DItb ;
Or a Work Basket ;
Or a Fine Embroidered Handkerchief;
Or H dozen Linen Handkerchief ;
Or a Woolen Table Cover;
Or J dozen Table Napkins;
Or H dozen Towels ;
Or an elegant Portmonla.
Any subscriber who Is In arrears inrnvMp'.
subscription fee, and two now subscribers, nccorapunled by the cashr-maklng $0 0O-w will
A. set of Rogers' Table Forks , triple plated, on white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Rogers' Table Spoons, triple plated, on -white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Rogers' TeaSpoons. triple plated, on white metal, warranted;
OrV, dozen Rogers' & Russell's Tablo Knives, host quality, warranted;
Or a handsome Bird Cage.
Any person In arrears for subscrlDtlon to Tnr.r Vnimiu--r .....i ui. ..
suWrlptlon f and three new KUb.crllwra, Mcompanled by the 'cash, mnklug $1J OJ.we will
A handsome Marsaillea Quilt;
Orahandsome Woolen Quilt, red aud whit. or bluo and white-
Or a pair of Table Cloths ;
Or two pairs orNottingham Lace Curtains;
Or threo pairs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, any color or size-
Or a Japanese Inlaid Work Box; )
Or IS yards best yd. wide Sheeting.
For seven subscribers at S3 CO each, amounting to $21 CO. we will send:
An extra Castor, triple plated.on white snetoj. valued it ii 00
Or a Lady's WrlUng Desk, of equal value
Or an Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Box.
Thesa articles are all valuable, ami .... ... .. .. nn.unt thm. Per.
sons living in this city or who can visit ua tan
dress" n r " DOt convcnlent to vWt ns,
No order of this kind wilt receive attention
Send money in Postoftlce order at th
All orders promptly attended to.
Wo sincerely hope that this immmipr.i
business In Oregon, will meet with a hearty response Jlom the many fricndH of our paper,
who up to this time have seemed to rail to realize that THE New Northwest cannot be run
without money. Now is tho tlmo to make up clubs. lJegln before some other 'prson gels
the start of you. 8to whatyon can do for yourself, the Public and Tuts New Nobthwxst.
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the greatest good to the greatest number. It
no color, no creed. Its foundation Is fastened
Emancipation and Untrammeled Progression,
style, with Rlack "Walnut tablo and cover,
Valves, Improved Rcllows, Tremulant and
TREMULANT. Price. S12i.
can send the names and money aafdstaare-
Northwest, who will send n.hl nrlnrnm
chalk, pcrlumcry, etc.;
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tmhc.wn.inn thn will nnd Mi or hr nwn
receive these articles from our own hands at an
we will sond the articles by express to any ad-
unless the cash accompanies it.
rrjM of mmncr. or send draft if pre
vhicli Is n new feature In the newspaper
rator, like the nowo or Singer, to meet the view
I navu located permanently at Portland, and
mentof tho latest styles of the Florence Machlnt
I hnvA alcn thft nirfinpv fnr Ihft celebrated Non
Jr., and Ca's Spool Cotton; Wllllmantlc a S. I.
131 ThlnLstrcet, between
Sold on the Installment Plan: $ioDovv. a id a Mv nth ti! paid for.
To San Francisco and the East,
RAILROAD AND O. & C. STAQE LINE!
Through to San'rrancUco In 80 Hours !
Only 7C IMiloK Stnerinfi: :
mOURISTS should bear in mind that this
i Route passes through the Garden of the
l'aeinc coast, ine wim mcturesaue scenery
alone doubly pays the Tourist for passing over
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OFFICE OF THE O. fc C. K. R. CO.,
2 CO Corner F and Front Streets.
OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.
NO. 30. TIME SCHEDULE, t N0.3JL
rpo TAKE EFFECT SUNDAY, JUNE Sth,
L 1873, at 5 A. M. for the government and In
formation of employes only: the Company re
serve the right to vary therefrom as circum
stances may require.
Dally Trains will run between
PORTLAND AND R08EBURG
lis ave. arrived
PorttandS:lj a. Ji. I Roseburg T:l.ri p. x.
Hoseburg 3:15 A. X. I Portland. 4:30 l'. M.
BV Freight Trains (with I"asscnger Cars at
tached) will run between
PORTLAND AND JUNCTION
Dally (Except Sundays),
Portland fiftl A. M. I Junction.- Bffl r. jr.
Junction CM A. m. Portland 5:lr.x.
The Oregon nnd California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all RegularTralns.
Close connections are made at Roscburg with
the Stages of the California and Oregon Stage
DO- Tickets for sale to all the principal points
In California and the East,at Company's olSce,
Cor.Panl Front Stsat Ferry Landing, Portland.
bit NOTICE. Passengers for Buttevllle,
Champoeg, Dayton and Laftiyette will take the
boat for the above points at Canemah.
eir Storage will be Charged on Freight re
maining in Warehouses ovcr2t hours.
6B- Frelghtwlll not be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock r. v.
J. C. HILRRETH,
E. P. ROGERS. Gen. Supt.
Gen Freight and Passenger Agent.
THE OREQON CENTRAL RAILROAD CO.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 1S73,
and until farther notice, will run Freight
and Passenger Trains from
PORTLAND TO ST. JOSF.PH,
Connecting at Cornelius with Stages Tor Forest
Grove; at RL Joseph for all points South and
West Lafayette. McMlnvllle, Amity. Mon
mouth, Independence, Bucna Vista and Cor
vallls. KEAVK ARRIVE
Portland 8.-CO A. St. I St- Joseph. 110 A. 3t.
SU JotephH0 A. M. Portland .23 p. M.
DO Paasengers received at Fourth street sid
ing on gtvlngslgnal to the train.
Freight received at the Portland Warehouse
and Dock Co.' Wharf.and will not be received
tor shipment after5 r. i. H. THIELSEN.
J. GASTON. Gen'l Sup't.
Freight and Passenger Agent. So
OREGON & CALIFORNIA R. R.
A DAILY SPECIAL EXPRESS TnAIV
XV. will commence running on Sunday, June
8, 1ST3, between Salem and Portland, stopping
at Mllwaukle, Oregon City, Aurora and Ger-
.1JJI1U u IQllOWS:
Salem 8:15 a. jr. I Portland S: A. ir.
l'ortlaii(i..:t p. t. Salem 7:15 r. x,
2 &) J. C. HILDRETH, Gen'l Supt.
OREQON STEAM NAVIGATION CO.'S
NEW I'ANNENGER SCIIF.DTJI.E,
Commencing July 15,iST
BOVTS OF THE COMPANY WILL.
Portland as follows :
vr The Dalle:
Dally (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock A. sr.
Monday and Friday at 5 A. M .
v .,n.l. ltslnms sud OlTUJDla:
Dally.'pjundayi excepted) at 8 A. X.
vav vrnntf cello: -
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. X.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6 A. St.
Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday, at 6 A. at.
Wednesday and Saturday at 6 A. it.
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,t Florence." Mn
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. x -t large assort-
vu, i- l.asing eise
. id1:-t lohn Clark,
mad; B . . - - n. Miohine OH.
B. IMIMl ;eu-riU A ;ent.
M' T.wn w .N'lgtfr's s' lie Store.
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Compressed Air-Patent Rights.
rriHE INVENTIONS OF DR. KOCE forthe
J l-roduetlon. Storing and Transmitting. pow
er, etc., by compressed air ;, 10.r K
yellow fever on Ships, In Hospitals, for entl-
successful methods, where pumping machln
erylsused. ,. ,
.Notk-e is hereby given inai mtj
and control of these patents has been placed In
my hands with the sole power of License or
Sale. Persons and Corporations desirous of us
ing Compressed Air as a Motive Power, or for
Ventilation, etc., may obtain rull Information
of the title and details ot the patent by apply
ing for eoples at the Patent office. The reissues
- i. - i k mi nn.i r. nml fnr terms of
use by addressing me, P, O. liox L076. or Lib
erty sireei, .ew xoriw. nuxww. .
CLAIMS IN DR. ROYCE'S AIR PATENTS.
DIVISION A, NO. 5ML
Thn oliiect of mv pneumatic annaratus Is to
charge or fill reservoirs or conduits with com
pressed rerlform bodies by means of some
known mechanical power. The force-pumps
A A", refrlgerating-pipes i i- i- i i--,nnu
moin rMpn'nir nn htutlonarv. as shown In the
drawing, and the compressed gaseous mediums
are transferred from the force-pump or pumps
or main pipes, or irom mis mm raaui reser
voir, by means of pipes, tubes, stop-cocks, and
the proper valves and valve-gearing and ap
pendages. ly mean ll ui ennui, iue ivui
uresed gaseous bodies can be used for the pur
nrciu: or transmitting power, and to reproduce
some considerable portion of the power re
quired for the compression, at the extremity of
lUOCOnuUl. Iium nit -uimt-n!ci ui iiiitiii i tni-
volr at any desired locality, within 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 ox neat, as may De re
hv iletachlnir ihe reservoir Irom the
condenser the power contained In the com
pressed air may oe nseu tor me purposes u. .o
comollon or navigation as well as for operating
The condenser may consist of one or mora
cylinders and pistons, or concentric cylinders
worked by any power and discharging the con
densed fluid Into a iservolr or through pipes
for use, as aforesaid.
What I claim as my invention, and desire to
secure by letters patent of the United States, Is:
1. The method of compressing or packing
gaseous mediums in a reservoir for the purpose
of lielng used as a means of storing and trans
mitting power beyond the apparatus Itself by
means of a pump or condenser, combined with
the means of absorbing the heat evolved In tho
process of compression, and with a reservoir
and conduit suitable for holding and transmit
ting the power confined in the compressed me
diums or imparted by the condensing apparat
us, substantially as described.
2. The employment of a main reservoir filled
with gaseous mediums compressed by means
of pumps or other condensing apparatus, and
fitted with suitable pipes, tubes, stop-cocks,
valves, valve-gearing, and appendages for tho
purpose of storing, retaining, distributing and
transmitting, for use outside of the condensing
apparatus or mechanism the power confined
In the compressed mediums or Imparted by
the condensed apparatus, substantially as de
scribed. 3. The use of metallic reservoirs, pipes.tubes,
and other accompanying mechanism, coated
on the inside with close-grained metals, vege
table gums, resins, oils or extracts, when filled
with compressed mediums, to prevent the es
cape of the tea eous bodies through the pores of
the investing metal as above described.
4. The use of the refrigerating or 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 lnternally,substantlally as de
scribed. 5. Theuceofthe hollow piston with suitable
valves and connections, for the purpose or
causing a current ot cool fluid to circulate
through the piston and connections, for the
purpose and In the manner set forth.
6. The combination of a reservoir of com
pressed gaseous mediums by means oftubes or
pipes of any suitable material, with stop-cocks,
valves and other proper connections and ap
pendages, through and by means of which the
power confined In the compressed mediums
may 1h drawn off for use and for the purpose of
transmitting power to machinery outside of
the condensing apparatus.
In testimony whereof, etc, etc
PATENT NO. oSB. DIVISION B CLAIM.
1. The serial compression, whether effected
simultaneously, by two or more compressors,
In gang, by first chanting one or more reser
voirs, then transferring that condensed matter
through the same compressors, and adding
greater condensation before again entering n
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 or the apparatus, or by the other mode
2. The said apparatus and mechanism, and
the several parts thereof, as claimed in the
other division ot my reissued patent, when
used to produce cooling, disinfecting, or thera
peutic and chemical etfect by Infusing Into the
atmosphere of the sick-room or the wards of
hospitals or other lnclosures (also the couches
or matresses on which sick persons or invalids
recline) compressed air or other gases and vap
ors,lnsly, or combined In due proportions, to
tne special diseases or cases being treated, on
Insulated bedsteads or bedding. If desirable, to
subtract elecrlcity or caloric from the patient,
through the absorbing quatlty of expanding
air or vapor.
In testimony whereof, etc
LADD & TiLTON,
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MRS. M. J. ENSICN,
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Has located for the present on
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Where she will tw doit in en fe-Al,l r-fon.lv
STEAM, SULPHUR AND VAPOR BATHS,
FOK TI1E CUKE OF
Colds, Rheumatism, jlcrcnrlal Affections.
rpHE ATTENTION OF SUFFERERS FROM
as ono or two will remove the severest cold.
Warm, Colli anil Shower Baths.
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WIegand'a old stand,
3-39 Washington street, near Front,