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THURSDAY. AUGUST 1, 1S78.
vieaas in simmer.
When through woodland dim and lonely
Crowning some old mountain's brow,
Where the eager light can only
Peep through leaves or flowers below;
Where the arching: tree above us
Shield the fountain's gushing tide.
As the arm of those who love u
Buoyant heart lrotn sorrow hide;
Walking there In silent mil sine,
Mem'ry wandered through the years.
Pointing nut the path, and ehooilnc
Only those that lead to lean;
TbouKh (mm out the foliage o'er ns
Fell the voice of many a bird.
And great nature's gladdalng choru
Echoing through the glades we heard;
Vet tho branches seemed llVe sorrow
Resting shadowy on the bean.
When no coolness It may borrow
From Joy's stream that Sows apart;
And the fountain's gashing laughter
Seemed the voice of efeearlnglrtend.
Minding ns bow soon hereafter
All the shades of grief shall end ;
And the bird's clear warbling carol
Use a dear darling's cry,
Telling us bow brighter all
Joys, when sorrow passeth by.
Soon thp forest shadows lenring
Buratlhe annlurttt- far unv.
Threads of brooks through meadows weaving ,
uusi-ning, snone wun etivry ray.
Fields of grain the hills adorning.
All their slope with verdure waved.
And the soft 'nine mist of morntnr
Far-off sleepy mountain laved.
Then away were thoughts ot sadness
With tHe woodland teftries flown.
All the brighter gleamed the gladness
For the brooding shadows gone;
And those thousand valleys smiling
In the sun's far-sloping light
Seemed like Joys the heart beguiling
After sorrow's gloomy night.
Walking still In silent musing,
Jfera'ry wandered through the years,
Pointing out the paths and choosing
Now no longer those of tears.
Or TIIK MLicATiaor thb national woman
Sl rFRAGK ASSOCIATION. BKFOBK THK COM
MITTEE ox rarviLBora and klbctions or
THK I'NITED eTATESSKKATK, JAXt'AKY 11 ASH
SARA. ANDREWS SPENCER.
Sara Andrews Spencer, chairman of
the resident Congressional committee of
the National Woman Suffrage Assocla
tlofi PA Id
Gentlemen of the Committee .-Many
thousands of women of thirty-live
States, who cannot possibly appear be
fore you, have represented themselves
here by delegates and by letters, all of
them uniting In the one general re
quest that the Congress of the United
States shall aid them in the greatest re
form of ths age. They say they have
done everything that earnest women
could do to secure justice, and they find
that one man with the ballot in his
bands is stronger than ail their prayers,
and Uiey ask us to pray you for justice,
and to give you no rest.
You cannot believe that in the four
hours' time granted by this committee
to these representatives of women of the
United States, you have heard a full,
fair, exhaustive discussion of a question
as broad and high and deep as humanity
Itself. The women citizens of this re
public, the wives, mothers and daugh-
rf man rln nnr. nolr tho Pnfrroaa nf tho
United States, nor the legislatures of
the various States, nor the male voters
of Lh Unitod KtatM. to confer unon
women oitizeoB the ricbt of suflratre.
lt Is beyond the power of man to confer
upon us the sucreu, ueaven-endowed
ricbt of self-government. We ask you
to enact a constitutional amendment
that shall protect us in the use of our
natural, uou-civen inheritance.
From every section of this fair land
comes to you the voice of women asking
for their own, saying, "itestore to us
the power that you have usurped, not
only because it is just, but because,
owned ana controiieu as we are, we
cannot even give to the world better
men. We cannot stem the tide of vice
forever rolling outward and onward, and
sweeping to moral death our loved ones."
Endowed with mighty forces from the
fountain of all life and power, man has
matfe lilmseir master or the material
world. He has tunneled mountains,
bridged chasms, sundered continents,
joined oceans, blasted rocks, exalted
valleys, drained marshes, spanned riv
ers, chained the lightning, and made
the elements of earth, air and sea the
obedient servants of his will. If now
and then a smouldering element has
crept forth like a thief in the night,
while be slept, and laid a citv in rulus.
he has marshaled his willing army of
woruers, ana ere tlie world had realized
its loss, be has reared palaces upon the
ruins, ami magnificence has taken the
place of desolation.
Dare we ask this monarch of all the
earth to pause in his brilliant march, to
contemplate the havoc he has made
with human souls? Whence come
they, and whither are they going, the
terrible procession or 3,ok: tried and
convicted criminals, 116,000 paupers,
87,432 ravine lunatics, 16,205 deaf and
dumb, 20,820 blind, 24,527 idiotic, 13,100
youthful criminals, 100,000 vagrant.
homeless girls, 12,719 orphans, 114,000
children, with tendencies to crime, and
the vast numbers of the epileptic, the
deformed, tne diseased, who demand
the care of 62.3S3 physicians and sur
geons to help them eke outor terminate
a miserable life? And bow has It come
to pass you who are fathers auswer us
that of 1,100,475 little children born
alive on our soil, 100,455 have, within a
year, moaned their little lives away in
cruel pain, and have been laid to sleep
with sobs and groans and tears, leaving
In hearts and homes an aching void the
world can never fill? And so much
more sftd is life than even death. Tell
us whence comes and whither goes this
larger army of children whom nobody
wants, children whose daily life is a
tragedy of kicks, curses, cull's and cruel
blows of want and misery no words
can tell children hiding In ash-barrels
and out in the fields, under the fences,
in the nooks and cranuies and dark
places of our great cities, hiding from
the monsters whose bleared visages are
the only idea of fatherhood their
wretched lives have ever known. Have
you not seen them ?
H,n5fIiKhor wl"h or onder.
Wicked children, with -kM,
..a-,,?r'he,ui"- there are man.
With no pleasures
wlth a stolen penny.
Tn not. flits aou1M..i.. . .
V li i """'unuoii oi human
woe, at which "all the world .V"
because, in the highest, holiest work
ucicgaiw uuiu y wj man, tue perpet
uation of the race, the cruel agent, gen
eration after generation, has reokleasly
blundered ? Or may he safely shift the
responsibility, and evade judgment by
In Adam's fall
We sinned all.
But Christ, the anointed, has come
to save the lost, and our sins, inherited
and act'jal, may all be washed away in
the blood of the lamb. When we ask
for better children that may grow to
Eurer and wiser manhood and woman
ood, do you tell us that this is not a
matter of legislation, aud remand us to
the ehurcbee for regeneration anil salva
tion? Do you ask us to violate our
common sense by depending for tlie re
demption of the world upon a few min
isters onee a week vaguely bidding en
slaved wretches, whose evils were
planted In their souls and bodies by
cruel fathers and unwilling mothers be-
iur uiey were oorn, to repent anil be
baptized, that their sins, whieh were
like scarlet, may be whiter than snow?
10U know that milllonn nf ronkless
people go on peopling the earth after
their own kind, and that not one-tenth
of one per cent, of the 1,110,000 chlldreu
annually born In this republic have as
miiori care laKen that they shall be
rightly born as is bestowed upon birds
in a cage or beasts in the Held 7
The masses of those who most need to
be "born again," the dangerous classes,
even if the gospel could save them, hear
no gospel-call, anil Know not wuat is
meant bp being "renewed within." If
now am) then one struggles against tne
tide and finds a solitary seat in the baek
pew of a friendly church, it is only for
one hour on Sunday, while the dram
shops and all the other haunts of vice
are open six days in the week, and keep
a hospitable back door ajar on the
Proud man, our self-annointed euar-
dian, realizing the danger, and himself
despairing of the gospel plan, or not
having enough genuine faith In 'It to
bring it to bear upon these cases, has
invoked his ready human resources to
settle these social problems, and we are
invited to behold the result. His rem
edies are massive, and there is no time
ftr details. Do criminals abound?
Then we will have more prisons and
station-houses and Jails, more polioe
courts aiHi juuges ami onieers; anu
and blnee vast sums of money are re
n uired to sustain this ponderous ma
elilnery of law, and make it a terror to
evil-doers and a safe-guard to our
homes, we will license 35.1S5 restau
rants, and permit them, for a round fee.
which they can well allord to. pay, to
sell whisky, rum, brandy, gin, and
every species of intoxicating drink. To
gather in money from the more de
graded classes, wo will license 14,362
regulardram-shopsof a lower order, and
also "sample rooms," pleasure gardens.
and low, obscene, comic theaters, where
every variety of wild and frantic
amusement will tempt them to perpet
ual violence, leading to frequent ar
rests, and thus, besides the license
taxes, net us a large sum in fines and
penalties for breaches of the law. Do
beggars and vagrants, old and vonncr.
swarm in our great cities and upon our
highways? Wo will build more alms
houses and 'work-houses, orowd them
in, and tax the industrious people of
me ianu, me iarmeratuis plow anu tne
washerwoman at her tub, to support
the pauperism and vagrancy of the
laud. Is the social vice eating away
like a cancer at tho lives of our sons,
torturing the baby brain, robbing the
innocent bride of her health and bloom,
and dragging to everlasting shame the
daughters of the poor and ignorant?
Let us license tills vice also, and require
these victims of our degrading propens
ities to ue Kept in goou iieaiiti, tuat we
and our sons may sin in largest liberty,
while the brand of shame is publioly
burned upon the brow ot the woman
only. There will be larger financial
gain to our treasury in this than In all
of the licenses for the 60,000 dram-shops
oi tins republic, a siugie Western city
! gathered In $fc0,000 as a revenue In a
0,"B'B uj"mu imra me sate oi ,oot
J'oung and ignorant girls to the rich clt-
i teens and transient visitors of her mu
nleipality. Do you wonder that women
citizens ot the Lolled States, beholding
tne legislation oi mis master or all the
eartu for their husbands and their sons,
for their daughters and their neighbors'
daughters, dare not give you sweet re
pose anu peace.
Continued next week.
Millions of dollars are spent In this
country annually in the purchase
tawdry trash, perishable things that
have uo intrinsic value, and that go to
swell the contents of the refuse barrels
at each spring and fall cleaning. Al
ways there is some new craze. Either
it is lace-making or crocheting, house
uecurations, or some article or personal
ortianrentation that is entertaining the
idle women of the land. They know no
more about tlie real value of the time
wasted, or the real value of the trumpery
manufactured, than they do about the
Interest on monev investments in
Europe, or the causes of the famine in
inula. Are they to blame? What has
been done to give them just ideas of
finances ? How many have ever been
entrusted beyond the household require
ments of the day or season? The
childish indifference of the average
woman to the business affairs of men Is,
beyond doubt, mortifying to many sens
ible men who recognize how their own
Interests suffer in consequence. But no
real goou results rrom this state of af
fairs, for men generally do not encour
age the study of financial mattnrs In
women, and dislike above all thlnes a
aa ueeiueu vaste lorsueh
Made a Difference. a hrioht in.
tie fellow, aboutour years of age, made
uu uncuiou, tne correctness or which
his father questioned, who asked :
"If Mary should tell anything that
as itoi, exactly so, wuat would you
"I'd say she tokl a He."
"If brother should say anything that
was not exaetly so, would you think it
"No; I'd think he told a He."
-veii, supposing you slioultl sav
something that was not exaetly so; what
"I'd say I's mistaken."
John Sherry has presented flveaeres
of land, valued at $12,000, to the elty of
The spring of all spiritual activity is
AfiENTJi FOK THE Miff NORTHWEST.
The following persons are duly authorised lo
act as Agents for the N ew Nokthwbbt :
Hiss Mary RUbop Brownsville
Mrs. S. A. Nichols Dallas
Sirs. II. A. Looghary Amity
R. T. Robison Mlly
Mrs. Maria Ksusuic North Yamhill
Mrs. M. Kelty ... Lafayette
Mrs. J. DeVore Johnson Oregon City
Mrs. Dunneil The Dalle
Ashby reatee.- . Benton counts-
Miss Virginia Olds.
Mrs. Nellie Curt
Dr. Bay ley .
Mrs. K. A. Vawters
Mrs. B. B. 1 Ox hop.
Mrs. J. V. Jackson
W. w. Beach
A- W. Htanard
C A. Reed ... .
Virginia Olds. McMlnnrille
.. ..San Francisco
Mrs. St. F. Cook . ..
Mrs J. H v,-,t
J. T. SCOU. Esn
Mrs. A. E.Corwin'.'
U P. Fisher -
Mrs. W. a. viiii";
"Woman's Journoin " Clackamas
p. P. Porter .n Massachusetts
I. Casio " onedd's, Oregon
Mrs. C. M. Folt'J. Nw Era
D. D. Oray ;; San Jose, Cat
Mrs. J. A. Johns ... Albany
Mrs. Unue Keam . - Salem
Mrs. I. K. Probstel -Eugene citr
L. U Williams... -LaUrand.
Other parties desirin,".' IT.' ... -,l""ro
J i-"'"iu lurousbout ore.
The law of JiwiiApera.
1. Sulribers who dtTn live eipress notice
to the contrary are considered as wishing to
continue their sabserlptloas.
2. If any subscri hers onier the discontinuance
of their newspapers, the publisher may con
tinue to send them until all arrearages are
s. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take thetr
newspapers from the office lo wlileh they are
directed, the law holds them responsible unUI
they have fettled the bills, and ordered them
1. I f subserl bers remove to other places with
out Informing the publisher, and the newtm-
pers are sent to the Jormer direction , they are
6. The courts have decided that refusing to
take newspapers from the otliee.or removing
and leaving them uncalled nr, is prima lade
evidence of Intentional fraud.
8. The postmaster who neglects lo give the
legal notice of the neglect of a person to take
from the office the news pa iters addreseed to
bim. Is liable to the publisher for the subscrip
LIST OF POST OFFICES.
Anhnm) A nsmiast tasaWs. mt-a
VTtirsnni Uaiiak VMapL. na. lf..k.iJs t
""v.i, t iwn bwu-u, vit; i. URmuurai m
sin, Jordan Valley, Kye Valley, Wlngvtlle,
Alsea Vallev. Corral lis Collins k-m
Vallev. Llbettv. Mule Kit. Vrnnat N'owtnV
Onealte. Philomath, Starr's Point, Summit,
TlMWAV !! 1 1 I. ft I
Clear Creek, CuttlnEsvUle. Damascus. Eagle
wn,iMt iitun, xiignutnu. jiouuia. Mil
waukle, Needy, Norton. Oregon City. Osweso,
iandy, sprlngwater, Zton, New Kra, Barlow.
uuivu iwuimB r ij.
Astoria. Clifton. Jewell, KiiaMss, Nehalem,
Rkipanon, seaside House, WesViort, Isthmus,
wiucj, mmnfr iionse.
COOS Citv. Cnoullle. TWn. TEtnnirA nilr Un.
chanted Prairie.Kalrvlew, lIurtnasMVIIK, Hen
fY"'e. Marhlteld North llend, Ott, n
autu, sHi&iit, oitKum, uwr Ulty.
Chetcoc, Kllensburg. I'ort Orlord.
."S.."""'' evetaiMl, onles Valley,
Iraln, Klkloo, (lalesvllte, Gardner, Keltogg,
Iokingglass, Myrtle Creek North Canyon'
vllle, Oakland. Paas Creek. RoMburg.SeoU-
llrniM . n . . . n
yt Ue, John Day City, Prairie City, I'arkersvUle,
Annleaate. Ashlaml miius. nnurnijMuniuh
Central Point, Kagle Point, riranP l"as. Hot
. ' . inir. uwsson. i-nusuix.
ivocn i-oini, aam-s valley, Table Moek, Wll
Kirby, Leland, Slale Creek, Waldo.
Antler, Bonansa, Dairy, Cbewauean, Drews'
Vallev. Goose Lake. Ike View. laurel I Val.
ley, LlnkvUle, Mergausen, New Pine Creek,
Silver Lake. Mnrarue Itlver. Summer Ika.
Tule Lake, WhltehUI. Whlltle Perry, Yaluax.
Big Prairie, Cottage Grove. Creswel!
Camp Creek, Cartwrlght's, Iexter, Kugene
City, Franklin, Junction, Long Tom, Mo-
kauri.' !! i, TIIII UnUlftU. fn.ii C. il
Springfield, Trent, Willamette Porks. Cbesberi
ueignap spring, rjune msappoinuneni,crowl
e 1 ... 1 1 1.. lift, rjw. '-t t u.
Ridge, Ilarrtsburg. Harris Itanch, Ifalsey,
Jordan, Lebanon, Miller, Mod Jy, ML Pleasant,
Peoria, line, Selo, Shedd's, soda Springs rjo-
aaviiie, sweet uome.
Aurora, Aumsvllle, Buuevllle, Brooks, Fair
field, Gervaic, Hubbard, Jellerson, Marlon,
Monitor, Newellsville, Salem', 81 1 rertoa , Stay-
ton, rsu i-aui, Turner, wooanura.
Kast Portland, lortland. Powell's Valley,
St. Johns, Willamette atougu, Ainina.
CJrand Ronde.Indeiiemlenee, Llneoln, Luekla
mute, Iwlsvllle, Monmouth, Psa-rydaw, Kle-
Garibaldi, Kllcbes, Netarla, Nestoekton, Til
Butter Creek, Heppner, Inoe, Marshall.
MeadowvUle. Milton. IHot Rock, Pendleton
uraatuia, weston, willow i-orrs.
Cove, Island City, La Grande, North Powder,
uro ueii,aufummiie, union, auowa.
Antelope. BrMge Creek, Hood River, Mlteh
All 111 IFaa. fS 1 1 . U.AMb L' k .1 1 . t.
Spanish Hollow, The nalles. Warm H firings
Wasco, Willoughby, Fossil, line Creek, Lone
Beaverton, Cedar Mlll.Oornellns, DtHey.For-esiUroTe,(llerieoe,llieenTllle,Illlsboro.IM-dleton.
Mountain Ilale. Peake, SbolPs Perry,
aylor Ferry, Tualatin, Wapalo, Centervllle,
uaie-s vreeK, vaston, joppa.
Amity, Bellevue, Carleton, Dayton, Lamy
eue. McMlnuvllle, North Yamhill, Sheridan,
. CLALLAM OOONTT.
Neah Bay, New Dungeneas, I'ort Angeles.
Ie ronr,!, Bnh Prairie, Fourth llaln.
Martin lHolf, ltooeer, stouKhhrn, Untwi
Ridge, Vancouver. Washougat.
Cedarvllle, Ctrahalls Point, Klma, Hoquhtm,
Mouteslno, Oakville, Satop, Sharon.
, ,G.f?t5.V M,.F,'?rVKaU ,HR- Iiwer Cow
LMo"?'o. Coffln, Oak Pwnt, Psklu,
Oouperllle, Co re land, IuHlly, UUmlaiiy.
Port IHseovery, lVrt LudloH-, Ih t Towrnseed.
u.J0' ". Pall City, Seattle,
Slaughter, Snomtalmy, Squaek, White lUver.
Port Orchard, Seabsck, Tec Ic lit.
. "'k,;fnf. Columbus, GoWeadale, KlksUI
tat. While Salmon.
Algernon, BoMort, fhrhalls. (
JUa - ' TF .1 V tavAl fl.ii- -
sllver Creek, Wlnloek.
Aroada, LtghtvHle, Oakland, 8kokuffilsh.
Klhl, Franklin, Lake View, New Taeoma,
ruyaltup, Stellaeoom City, Taeoma.
an Juan, Lofstz, Oreas.
Centervllle, Iell, Mukllteo, ShohomMi,
Crab Creek, Four Lakes, Port CMrilie. Hang
man' Creak, line Grave, Hock Creek, Hotalie,
Spokane Bridge, Spokane Palls, Union KWge,
UOai IMUli, uwiiBjrfMniiH iimin,vijntsi',
Tanalquoll.Teulno, Turn water, Yelm.
Cathlamet, Eagle Cliff, Skamokaway, Waler
ford. WALLA WALLA.
Alpowla, BurksvllleJ)ylon, PaUha, Pataba
I'mlrie. Tnkanon, Walts Imrg. Walla Walla.
Cedar Grove. Guemas. La Conner. Lehrahl.
Lumml. Lmden. Nootsaebk. Point William.
Samlsh, Seaborne, Selahrooo, Ship Harbor,
Ship Island, Skagit, Trader, Wbateom.
Cedar CreAV.PyvieaT Rtrortcviii nv.n.vnn
Palouse, Steptoe, Union Flat, Walton.
KAi? nam-BUensburg Fort Slmcoe, KlttlUs,
YSPmi0 :"u'um' Plesani Grove. Selahl
Money Order Oaces.
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THE LION SRLF-DUMP SULKY R,KK,
"ROSS" SICKLE GRINDRR,
Tbresbers, Headers, ami
TUB D VERIIACES AND CARRIAGES,
Por the State of Oraston wl Territories
of Washington and Ida bo.
Tbe Puller J: Boyd Sulky, "BKLLK OP THK
WEST," with Potato Digger AUaehmeot; Ike
best Potato Digger made. The Sulky can be
used to attach a Stock Hake or Plow as well.
The RBRD SPRING STKHL TOOTH HAR'
ROW AND CULTI V ATO K , a new and vatuable
InveuttoB. Latest and best of Ms etess.
The 08NTRNNIAL PAN MILL, superior to
XUWBUKT. CHAPMAN .t CO..
I First SV, Portland
(Branch Houses at Bo 'Sbarg. Otegoa. and
7 WanaWaUa.W.T.) K
OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.
NO. St. TIME SCHEDULE.
rtW TAKK EFPKCT SUNDAY. AUG. ttHh
X ISTT.at it 31 .for the government and ln-
tSTMtetMa o esuntoyes only; tne unnpany re
serve ine rurnt so vary tnererrom as amis
stances may require.
Dally (Sunday excepted) as follows:
PORTLAND AND' ROSBBURG
Portland 7a.m. I Roseburtr 7 r.M
Itoseburg UCOa. m. I I'ortland 1:15 p.m.
ALBANY EXPRBSS TRAIN,
Dally (except Sundays),
Portluul IdiB p. if. I Albanv ' p. M.
Albany 6JHA.J1. IVwrtlsml IOjHa.x.
Daily (except Sunday)
Portland 8:U a. if. I Junction aaVI P. M
Junction iitS A. u. Portland -S:li p. it.
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains.
(;ke connections are made at ltoebunr wun
the Stages of the California and Oregon Stage
ctr Tickets for sale to all tbe principal points
In California and tlie Bast,at Company's oittee,
Cor. K and Front Suxt Ferry Landln;, Portland.
cw Storage will be Charged on Freight re
maining in Waiebouses over SI boors.
e- Freight will not be received for shipment
after & o'clock p. n.
J. BRANDT, Jr.,
Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent.
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ROOMS Corner First aud Ntark Kta
over Ladd i Tllton's Bank.
Contains Urcr l.1;ht ThoaMnd t'holre Booki
Over 100 Fajwrs and Maazinci.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Monthly line 81 00 Payable Quarterly
1". C. KCHnVI.KR.J.
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- m m mu aim itec aec
PAY k MANNING,
DEALERS IN GROCERIES AND PROVIS
lons, Frulu and Vretohir
Corner of Third nnd E streets.
e return our thanks for the liberal patron
age received, and would announce to our pat
rons and the public generally that. In addition
to our present location, we have openeu a
Corner Thirteenth and iratreeU,
7 PORTLAND, OREGON. 7
WHITNEY & HOLMES
O H. Gr 1ST S . -
mHK ABOVK INSTRUMKNTS OONTAJK
X an the improvements round in
Many of which are used exclusively by us.
Tbey hove IMPROVED SWBLL, IMPROVED
DHLLOWS, PATENT REED aad BOUNDING
HOARDS, IMPROVED RBBDS, VALVKS, and
STOP ACTION, with KKYS of the FINB8T
IVORY, IVORY FRONTS, SOLID KBONY
S HARPS, OLOTHKD MORTISES, BRASS
GOIDB PINS, KNGRAVBD IVORY STOPS,
PBDALS, asjepeted hi rleh deaurns, etc.
We manahvetnre hot one elaas of work, and
w of. our INSTRUMKNTS k lmeneral re-
sneatsemMl U another, ae far as HaeuaaeK
goes. The same
Smootu, Finishing Yolclnsr and Pine
Which are so satisfactory to good ptayers, arii 1
be f&tnxi In every Organ (on oor Its, the ..r-
ferenea In prlw being-regain led bylheeanaci"
at the InMrument, and the sHnhrestea la ib
Style and Ornament Hon of the ease. B -er
iBstrumeat IhHy warranled. Somt Jhe
For further lnhHrNiathM uddiesu
J. H. R0BBINS, PorUand,
Aseot for Oraron awl Washington Terrl c-y -
V7. T. SHANAHAN,
Agent for IHSland, at ShaBahaa-s Musne and
Art Gnllerv, Morrison street.
These Organs took tie First PremiBra
at the Oregon State Fair in 1876.
H. S. & A. P. LACCT, Attorneys-at-Law
B& Seventh street, Washington, D. C.
We procure patent In all countries. No at
toh'KT fekh is advance. No charge unlea
tbe patent Is granted. No fees for making pre
liminary examinations. No additional foes
tor obtaining and conducting a rehearing.
Special attention given to Interference Cases
before tbe Patent Otrlee, Extensions before
Congress, Infringement Suits in different
Slates, and all litigation pertaining to Inven
tions or Patents. Send stamp for pamphlet
giving full Instructions.
United States Courts nml Departments.
Claims prosecuted tn tbe Supreme Court ot
the Untied States, Court of Claims, Court of
Commissioners of Alabama Claims. Southern
Claims Commission, and all classes of war
claims before tbe Executive Departments.
Arrenrs of I'ny mid Bounty.
Officers. Soldiers, and Sailors of tbe late war,
or their heirs, are In many cases entitled to
money from tbe Government, of which tbey
have no knowledge. Write full history of ser
vice, and state amount of nav and boontv re
ceived. Enclose stamp, and a full reply, after
examination, will be given you without charge.
ah nflUM. cmim .i t. 1 1 i i
.... ...v. ... . -"iviiuia, hu iwnm ffuuiHnu
captured, or Injured In the late war, however
slight, are entitled to, and can obtain a pen
United States (icnrrnl I.ainl Ofllce.
Contested Land Cases. PriTate lund Clatma
kilning, tire-emptlon. and Homestead Casea
prosecuted before tbe General Land Office ant
Department ot the Interior.
We nav cash for Bonntv Tjnd Wamnt
we Invite correspondence with ail parties hav
ing any lor sale, and zive lull and exolleit. in
structions wbere assignments are imperfect.
having therein the clerical aashuanee of
and experienced lawyers, and give our closest
personal supervision to every important paper
prepared In each case. Prompt attention thaa
secured to all business entrusted lo us. Ad
dress It. S. A: A. I'. I-ACirV. Attornej-a.
WASHINGTON, O. C
Any person deslrinr Inlormation as to ir.
standing aad responsibility of the Orm will, on
request, bernrnished with a satisfactory re:er
ence In bin vicinity or Congressional district.
DR. A. B. SFI-NNEY,
No. 11 KEARNY STREET,
Treats nil Chronic nnd Special Dlseasa.
TITHO MAY BE SUFFERING FROM . ;B
1 1 effects of youthful follies or Indiscretions
will do well to avail themselves of tbls, the
greatest boon ever laid at tbe altar or suffering
humanity. DR. SPINNEY will guarantee to
forfeit SSCti tor every case of seminal weakness
or private disease of any kind or character
wnicn ne unueriases anu tails to cu-e.
There are many at the aae of thlrtv tn - v
who are troubled with too freonent cnonsibm
of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight
.uhiiuuk wr uurumg senaiion, anu a weaaen
tng of tbe system in a manner tbe patient can
not account for. On examining th tirfnarv
deposits, a ropy sediment will often be found.
nuu wumiinn sdikii parucies oi aioomeu
will appear, or the color will be of a thin
mllklsb bue. again cbaneinc to a dark and
torpid appearance. There are many men who
die of this difficulty Ignorant of the cause,
which Is the second stage of seminal weakness.
Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure In all such
eases, and a healthy restoration of the genito
Office hours 10 tot, and to 8. Sundays from
10 to II a. ii. Consultation free. Thorough ex
amination and advice, $5.
Call on or address,
DR. SPINNEY Jt CO.,
7-32 No. 11 Kearny Ht., Saa Francisco.
(Successor to Peter Wagner),
Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Bread,
Soda, Picnic, Butler, Boston,
Sugar and Shoo Fly
JENNY LIND CAKES, GINGER SNAPS, ETC.
Si Washington street, Portland Ogn.
cv-Orders from the Trade solicited. ' t-BH
THE AURORA RESTAURANT,
Northeast cor. Front and Alder streets,
The only place In Portland where yon can get
A GOOD SQUARE MEAL
6 For 25 Cents. 35