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NEW THIS "WEEK.
FRIDAY... APRIL 1, 1S7S.
Fruit growers in this vicinity report
much damage from frost.
J Shepherd has returned to tills
city from a sueeeaeful trip up the valley.
Home moving and street repairing is
progreMing in various parte of the city.
The fcecoud and third lectures of the
coarse advertised will be delivered by
Rev. Matbew Hale Smith on Friday aud
Miss Maggie Bark, a graduate of St.
Mary's Academy in thin city, has ac
cepted the position of principal of the
public school at Wood burn.
A number of prominent gentlemen of
tbU city have been pbotogra plied by
Buchtel & Stolte, the picture placed in
an album and sent to the Paris Exposi
tion. Johnny Brandt, the engineer, and
Fred Bogart, the fireman, who were in
jured by the railroad accident ou Tues
day evening of lat week, are convales
cing. J. H. Robbing, agent in this city for
Hasleton Brothers' pianos, mad sale
thin week of magnificent $1,000 Instru
ment, tbe purchaser being Mr. D. W."
Only two week more to get your pie
tares taken at the Ferrotype Qttllery.
Do not put off coming until the last
days, but come at once, and avoid the
Tbe entertainment for tbe benefit of
the "Open Temperance Society," which
was announced to take plaee on next
Saturday evening, has been postponed
for tbe present.
Biabon Morris has appointed Rev.
George F. Plammer, rector of Trinity
Church, to the place in the standing
committee made vacant by deposing
A. C Edmunds has succeeded in mak
ing his Labor World so scurrilous as to
subject him to personal attacks from
irate individuals who belong to an op
position branch of the "labor reform."
A fire in East Portland on Monday
night destroyed a building owned by
Mrs. Collins, of Collins' Lauding. The
loss was slight, but fell heavily upon a
widow lady who was occupying the
bouse at the time.
Photographs of all sizes aud at very
low prices can be had at Davidson
Brothers. They are determined to do
business in such a manuer that tbev
oau remain permanently in the city of
x-oruaou aim get tneir share of the
Hon. M. C. Geo rue. of East Portland.
will deliver an address before the Gama
Sittma Society of Pacific University
during the commencement exercises of
Wat Institution in June. The soeletv
could scarcely have made a better se
Splendid bargains in millinery and
linen suite at the "White House."
Messrs. Lewis A Strauss understand
perfectly the wants of tlteir numerous
patrons, and spare no pains to meet
inem. unit ana examine their luagoiri
Woodbridge Geary, son of Rev. E. R,
Geary, of Eugene City, was tbe mnqem
ful candidate in tbe eomnetetive exam
ination held last week in this city for
we n ew roint eaoewnip. .Eleven ean
didates came before the board. Two
were rejected on account of physical
Mr. Frank G. Abell, of San Frandeco,
has reopened the pbotographw rooms of
Boseoand Megler. First-class work of
all kinds at greatly reduced prices.
Children's pictures a specialty. Cloudy
weather tbe best for photographs. Cards,
three dollars per dozen; Cabinet aire,
five and six dollars ptr doaen.
Tbe demand at tbe wholesale house of
Fleiscbner, Mayer A Co. for those mar
veloua bargains in millinery and gen
eral Merchandise is still on tbe increase.
A large coterie of clerks are constantly
busy waiting on their numerous cus
tomers. Jacob Mayer bas a happy fac
ulty of both buying and selling goods.
The O. S. X. Co.'s steamer "Wide
West" to at length completed aud ready
to make her regular trips between this
city and tbe Caeeades. She is a mag
nificent craft, costing in the neighbor
borbood of $95,000 floating palaee
which speaks to tbe traveling public of
the munificence of the company to
whom she belongs.
Dr. Mathew Hale Smith appeared be
fore a good audience on Tuesday even
ing, in the Taylor-street Church, and
entertained them highly in a lecture on
"Humorous Folks." Ekmuent. humor
ous, pathetic, and tender by turns, he
n peculiarly nuea to netlglit and to In
struct. The second lecture, "Suecessfal
Folks," will be delivered at the same
place on riday evening.
Tbe Ladies' Relief Society of the
Taylor-street Church at their last an
nual meeting, on Tuesday evening, the
mn inn., eieowu lire lonowing onwere:
President, Mrs. II. V. Scott; Viee-Pres-ident,
Mrs. William Buroell: Secretary.
Mrs. G. T. Myers; Treasurer, Thomas
Coo oel I; Directors, Mrs. M. F. Mulfcey,
Mrs. William Council, Mrs. J. F. Jones,
Mrs. E. J. North rup, and Mrs. William
The Democratic State Convention,
which met in Ibis city last week, orated.
resoluted, and nominated tbe following
gentlemen for the various offlee to be
filled at tbe Jone election: Representa
tive to Congress, John Wbiteaker: Gov
ernor, W. W. Thayer; Secretary of
state, I. U. iteames; Treasurer, Ail.
Brown; State Printer, A. Xoltner; su
perintendent of Publie Instruction. Rev.
Joseph Emery. Scarcity of timber is
Home for Homeless Women.
Under the auspices of the Band of Helpers.
Location Colombia street, between Fifth and
(sixth. Mrs. Virgil, matron. The doors of
the Home stand open to all bAmeless women
ol good character. Board and room will be
furnished at xt to those who have means,
and ran to ti,MC who have not Temporary
worawin n.- furiiwiK-d at ttir Hume. and a
maoent tIuation obtained far InmxUa Ladlas
who have sewinc to put out, who are la need of
proiessiouai numex, r ,ny kind , ,
arced to apply at the Home, and thus aid this
nooie enon to ueip ineir own sex.
mart r. riisixn.
Conimisslon Merchant and Purehasinc Airent
1 prepared to make purchases In Sow York
and other cities, on order, of all goods, jewelry,
-nci:rie, etc, on commission of i per cent, tor
8. of L and 10 per cent, for others ontstde of
tbe Order. West India preserves and Mexican
conserves. Address P. O. Station "B," New
sirs, mt, untie,
tiriiluate of the Homeopathic School, and
MH'mbi-r o the state Medical Society of OauV
foriua, maku a specialty of the dliescet of
women and children. Office hoars from 2 to 6
r. K. Office Corner of Second and Morrison
st-wtK, Portland. Consultation free. 7-1'
When m,purltl- in the blood are deter
mined to the KUriaee in the form of blolche,
dry exfoliations, raL, etc., the safest and
most expeditious remedy isGlessS SvLrai a
ri HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON'SATURDAY.
the Mtb day of May. 1S7S, between M o'clock
a. V. and 4 o'clock p. m., we will Mil at public
coin, at oar house on oar ranch on Saovle's
"WVMVU. u, 1BU. Illl Ill OHHIBr. WW- JW.. MlU
'". Muiraoman county, uregon, one Koan
Horse. tA aallsfv nar Halm nf luanic .11
(tat), doe tbe loth or January, 1578, together
With JWVI uinw rhifMM tnr ranohln. . - - .
April i. IS. J. GARDNER.
pf THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE STATE
I nf filial ii A- tliA m -a a . T
Defendant: In the name or tbe State ofOre-
.Ji .T "", lenmreu mi appear ana
JV.!'.'''" , 5s,n," ? the
ana uerein, on uie nrsl
?hl? IS1 sbo" Court, which
Shi!2l?r& ,h expiration of stx weeks
papiMatloa of Uil mm moos, lo-wit: mi ii..
zz -7 mm ii yuw nurto answer
wtnlPi"1 " aforesaid, the PlalnUIT
IWtl .T T IMS. I . . . . -
"iwiuwiq n ih marriage
wL"?" y the aald IMalnUtr.
t?ui!SFti!!h'T "rthet or different relief at
ifvi. Mnmw seem proper.
K na?5?,.h.I"Mhtoi lw order of Hon.
K. Dbattoek. Jodae of said Court, mad on
the SSUi day ofOeeember. KB7.
iiiA.in.tiiV WI1..I JAJIH,
Attorney lor Plaintiff.
Are invited to call at
'THE WHITE HOUSE!"
AND INSPECT THE
NEW SPRING . STYLES
Dress and Millinery Goods!
LADIES' LINEN SUITS!
S:iciuo :tiil DolmtiuM.
The stock la complete and varied, the good
team liable and decant, and to jMiees tea
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
7 Xo. 87 First Street. SI
INSURES POPULARITY EVERYWHERE.
Remington Sewing lYlachine,
XanuCartared by the
UEJIIA'GTOX KIFLE COMPAXT,
IsoOered tor sale to the people of
OREGON AND WASHINGTON,
With nil coaftMence it will be received with
the same universal favor it has iaet m IUi in all
the other States la the Union.
Recommends itseU without the asiettaneeof
a mrJlltal Ha let man.
Has been uoroochly tested by Sve years' oae
lathe family and factories, aod coatlnDes In
food rnnnlnc order. No one ever knew the
REMINGTON' to be ezchanced tor another
Xaohrce. Over tMai sold last year, making
nsarly UMH In ase. Madilnea are shlpned
direct frosa the Factory lo lVwtland, and mM
at Eastern prices, with an additional extra dis-
"w"lthia the past year important Improre-
menta have been added, and no trouble will be
spared to keep tbe RKMINOTOK ahead of all
The REM IHGTOK U of the Improved Slager
class, without cog-wheel gears, rotary assets.
take-up springs or lever arms, lo wear lows.
make noise, ran hard, and get 3ut of order.
We make two sixes one with medium arm.
and the other with a long, high arm, both
bollt of proper dimensions to ensure databU-
Ity. They sew with equal facility all sixes and
kinds of II nen, silk, and cotton, sewinc tram
twenty lo one hundred cotton without change
of tension, making a lock -stitch, alike on both
sides, on all kinds of Ooods.
car Agents wanted in all unoccupied terri
Parties desiring Hewing Machines will rind
It to their ad ran tag to call and examine the
REMINGTON before paebaata elsewhere.
S PA-RICHS As SILUVX,
For OREGON, WASHINGTON, and IDAHO,
First SL, near Salmon, I'ortland, Oregon.
i. H. REBD. SIONBY DKU.
DELL & REED,
Strowbridge Building, First street. Rooms 6
ana s, i-oruana, uregoa. z
J awes txn
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington sU, oneIoor east of Third
THE AURORA RESTAURANT,
Northern! cor. Front and Alder streeu,
Tbe only ptaee In Portland where yoa can set
A GOOD SQUARE MEAL
For 25 Cents.
BLACK SILKS, CASHMERES,
And New Novelties In
Uslely received. Also,
RUBBER WATERPROOF CLOAKS AND
Direct from the Eastern ManDfacUuettt, and
marked at prtee-i much leas waa
We would alto direct attention to oar
FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT!
Now well supplied wit
FRINGES, QIjOVEB, T1KP.
DRRSS Jc TIH3I1IINO BUTTONS.
C JK3BTS, HANOKBROHIEPB,
RUCiiiNos, nmns, lac. Etc
3IOONEY vNs 3IOXLEY,
Flrt.Sl.,lel.Ynliililll nuil Tit lor.
ONCE SAID, "THAT A MAN OUGHT TO
choose bis wife as Mrs. Frtmiwe did her
wedding sown, for qualities that would 'wear
well," meaning this In the best sense. "Well,
what haa this to do with
Some walklnr IntetnxntUon polntatks. Nnth
lac especially, except that ati individual
widely Known as
ZEtjEJID IP 3rt O 3ST T
3 M'nxliliistou St., I'ortlnml. Or.,
Chooses this method ol announcing that he
lake, pleasure in prinUng
AND ALL SORTS OF JOBS,
At ai low rates a possible, in the
CURRENT COIN OF THE REALM,
Not even refusing sliver, when it U not hurled
at him In too large dowe Anything and
every thins; that the TiuteauUy of man or
Hath eooeclved of that requires prtatlaa;, will
be saUafactortly executed by
Hi incs, the Printer,
At the lowest pa vino rats.
He has a lanre middIv of I.KOAI. RUVNRS
on hand, by the use of which.
IF NOT IN TROUBLE,
Yoa may keep out, or IK IN THOUBIJC yon
may ne neipeu out. .-vwt at ine present job
meRt thinking of any other way or bidding for
or toe twar innDiie, ine aaoer-
atened herewith bass to subscribe hlraself.
. II. the 1'.
If. B Orders br mail nromntlr aliended lo.
and estimates on wot k Ktadiy given. 7-
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
SELF -HEATING FLAT IRON!
BR. C. M. WOOD.
SUCCESSFULLY TltKATS CimONIC LIV
er CoraDlalnt. lHseases of the Kidneys,
Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Spinal Ooraptatnts,
rains la the Side, Rack. Shoulders, Hips and
Chest. Headache, Neuralcia, Heart Disease,
Khearaatlam, unronie ana Acnte Kemsie ins
eaes and Irregularities. Sore and Weak Kye
fectioos. Chronic Catarrh, and General Debil
ity canned by any of the above affliction.
O0ee Nortitweet corner of Third and Morri
son streets, Portland.
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 12 31.; from 1 to 4
p. jr.; and 7 to eveninc -
Foot of Yamhill street
Ati. KIXDS OF WOOD,
Sawed and unaawed, constantly on band, and
o aeiivereu to an) pan oi ine snr.
JNO. M. DALY,
WI,iPJHCTICJ.I;f THB DISTRICT AND
I, uuiwiouiufruiDrU. frS
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO.,
Front and First streets, bet. Ash ami A,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
R. MAYBK 1I.VS MA-IK VERY BXTBK-
Direet from il JUwtfcetswerj and Imtwrlera
Ih New Ytjrk. Our Slock will eonsKt ol the
latest MyleR and shades of
JTefitlieri-i ami Plumes,
Ribbons, Plain, Cros Grain and Fancy,
Silks, YcHcts, etc., etc.,
To which we Invite the attention of the Milli
nery Trade of Oregon and Voshlncton Terri
tory. Using the only Wholesale House In the Slate
Importing MILMXRIIV GOODS direet from
New York, we will be prepared to offer extra
Inducements to oar Frigid a and rations.
THEO. S. S. CO.'S
LINE OF NEW STEAMSHIPS,
Xo. A 1 for twenty years,
Carrying the U. 8. Malls and Wells, Farso A
Oo.'s Hi pr, will hereafter dispatch
one of their new steamers,
THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND
CITY OF CHESTER,
A boat every five days, connect! nc with all the
FKINCIPAI. POINTS ON THK GL0I1K.
osr Ooaiwn tleketasohl lo nil i-oiHts.
t-s ;i:: tv. tvi:ini.i:K, .tsrut.
i TAKBX AT
Are of the
Best rallty. best style, ami best finish, and
the NBXT IlrKT thine Is that their
pries are Kw.
GAIJ.EKY Corner Phat and Yamhill streets,
PORTLAND, ORBGON. SO
It Is a Well Knoirn Fact tbat tbe
Has the larcestand flnet-elecled stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Kver offered on Hie Pacific Coast.
CALL AND EXAMINE THK LARGK AND
eleeant stoek Inst reeelved from California
and the Kast, consisting- of fine HOOTS and
suuna irom ait ine
Goods will be sold at
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
COULTER & DEST,
No. 103 Front Street. Portland.
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!
C. T. BELCHER & CO.,
HAVING JUST OPENED A NEW AND
Complete Stock of
CHINA. GLASS AND QUEENS WARE,
PLATED AND I1RI1TANIA GOODS,
CHANDELIER AND LAMPKTOCK.
HOUSE KURNISUING GOODS, Etc,
We solicit a share of tbe nubile natmnajre. sat
isfied that we can offer (roods at exceeding low
prices. Call and see us. Pint street, above
tinMn, store lorrueny occupied by J. r. 1.
Wrinkle & Co. 7-17
MORNING STAR RESTAURANT,
Cor. Washington and Second Sts.
G. C. RIDER-
rriHIS NEW AND ELEGANT RESTAURANT
JL Is now open for the reception of guests.
The tables will be supplied with the beat tbe
marcet ononis, at ine toiiowing rates :
20 Meal Ticket
Fresh Shoalwater Bay Oysters
ALISKY &. HECELE'S
PREMIUM OAXDT 3UXUFACT0BT,
First St., bet. Alder nnd Morrison.
FISHEL & ROBERTS,
Leading Clothiers and Hatters,
Corner Flrl ami Alder streets,
WE MEAN IT!
HAVING PURCHASED A FINE STOCK.
cif nnrririvn mim a rrve Importlni:
and Manutaeturlng House (about to retire
-lo 1T.R t'KST. I.VSH
Than Actual Miiufacturtuc Cost, we are ena
bled to sell CLOTHING for Money man
It was ever before offered In this Stale.
Our Slock is Complete in Every txHau,
Prices Low. and Quality of Goods of a Su
OTJR HAT DEPARTMENT
Is under charge of a
And the Stock is
Now, Frosh and Stylish.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Will always have the best of attention
AUD A COOD FIT WARRANTED.
osTGIve us a call.
ri.sni:L .t KOUERTS,
Corner rimt nnd Alder Streets,
6 (Sirowbridse'a new Building.) 33
Sewing Machines !
Sewing Machines !
These popular Machines are now sold at
greatly redoced prices. Call or send for prices
before purchasing any other.
Machines sold on note or lease, and a liberal
discount for cash.
THE SIXGEK M'FG COHIMXT,
WILLIS a FRY, Manager,
Corner First and Yamhill streets, Portland.
NO CURE, NO PAY !
DR. J AUKS KECK, LATE OF AURORA.
III., lakes pleasure In maklnetue iollow
lnc Announcement to tbe Afflicted :
lie win atve a KKSE TK1AL ot a suitis
CUKK for CATARRH. No cure, no nay. Con
sultation on all chronic and private diseases
khek and sirtctiv connaenuai. uon-t nit to
h the IfchcUir. ltemember that troeratl na
tion Is the thief of time, money, and health.
Medicine sent to all nana or ine counirv. and
all nroner Questions answered through tbe
mails. Beloware the authorised staleinentsof
a few cases recently treated for Catarrh.
Portland. Or.. Jan. 31. VBii.
Dr. Jambs Kick Dear Sir: I hardly know
hmrtAHiiMM mv aratltnde for the relief af-
torded me by three bottles of tbe "Sure Cure
lor catarrn." i naa sauereu wiiii &ne uiwsmj
Km- fbarteen years, ami your raeuicine nas
Anally cared me. W. F. GILKY.
Milwatkik Or.. Jan. IS. 1638.
Ta- Jau ek K ka k Dear sir: I am now better
than I ever exnecled lo he. I nave uau uaiarrn
all my life ami suffered beyond description. I
am sixty-five years old. Have used five bottles
of the 'Sure Cure," and feel that I am nearly
cured. I would recommend all to try this
"Sure Cure." May God bless you. Doctor, in
your good work. CATHARIN E MILLER,
MiiAVAl-KlE. Or.. Jan. St, 1S7S.
ncm Da. Km k: I am slad you came to
Oregon.forlthouKbtl must die with consump
tion till yon began to treat me for Catarrh,
which I have bad all ray life, and which I In
herited from mv mother. There was a hole
eaten through the cartilages of my nose; my
neaun, every way, uau in uie vAireuie,
with pains in my head, and general debility.
I noticed a radical change alter using the firxt
bottle. The pains ceased In my head, my
breath grew sweeter than for years, and 1 had
no bad taste in my mouth on rising In the
mornina. I have used three bottles nf the
"Sure Cure." Never could have believed such
a change possible. I advise all alllicted with
Catarrh to attend to it at once. The "Sure
Core" is rightly named. All may rely upon
Its merits. lours lor success.
or Dr. Lacrolx's "Secret" for ladles for sale.
Office Rooms II and 15 Stmwbrtdee's build
ing. First street, Portland, Oregon.
OHIce hours for gentlemen From 9 to 12 A. x.
and I to S r. x. Indies From 1 to i v. . Sun
days from S to I v. M.
Those persons wishing to be relieved of
chronic diseases In any form will never regret
consulting with DR. JaMES KKCK.
AOdteiw, Willi two stamps, at rortiand, Ore
c. wuimox. v.o.x'rowx. i. a. UArm-v.
JOHNSON, M'COWN & MACRUM,
Attorneys and Counselors. at-Law,
Will Practice In all the Courts of tbe Stale.
Loans Made on Reasonable Terms. Collec
tions, ineiuuing tcents or lMrtland Property,
promptly made. Alwlracts farnlotied, and
Heal Kstale Leased, ltoueht and Sold In Mnll-
nomah and Clackamas counties. I "articular
Attention given to business in the U. S. Land
Ofliee. Oregon City.
unices jionnasies- uncK, Mrst street, Port-
anu, uregon, ami .Main strvet.ureson city.
BARBER &. NICKLIN,
(Successors to J. H. Hatch,)
No. 19 First street, Portland, Orejon.
rpitE UNDERSIGNED, IN TAKING LEAVE
I of I'ortland. returns his sincere thanks foi
the liberal patronage that bas been bestowed,
and would bespeak for his soecesoors a contin
uance ot tne same, uotn Air, uarner x iea-
lln are gentlemen in every way worthy of anv
confidence tbat may be placed In them, and as
such I can consclentioasly recommend them
to my former menus anu patrons.
8-n J. II. HATCH
. CNIt.VI A- CO.,
DYERS AND SCOURERS,
171 Second SC, between Main and Salmon,
T ADIE8' DRESSES.CLOAKS. MANTILLAS.
1 i and Damask Curtains colored In tbe best
stvle. Bovs' and Men's elothlng cleaned and
dyed, and prices reduced. Cleaning gloves, X
cents, ah wors: warrauieu.
Goods not called for witbln three months
will be sold to nay expenses, and any Articles
damaged or lott by fire we will not hold our
selves responsiote tor. ft-ri
CAPLES & MULKEY,
Room No. 3, Odd relloni Bnlldlng;,
ILL GIVE PROMPT AND PERSONAL
attention to Dusines intrusted to their
J. '. SOLFn. JOS. SIXOX.
Tm C EE0SATKJII. c. A. D0LPU.
DOLPH, BR05ACGn, DOLPH A 8IM0S
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
A NEW ILLUSTRATED
"In with yon, man .' Pel'tlab said.
"You'd better try tj earn your bread
Than like the birds to bill and coo !
Twill do for them to sigh and woo.
For they have nothing else to do."
BAVIJJ AND ANNA MATS ON
15 y 3Xi-s. -A.liffnil Scott Diiuiwuy,
Editor "New Northwest," Portland, Oregon,
WITH HKAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS, AND KLBGANTLY B0UNr
A new epic, from a vigorous and skillful pen, on a subject which occupies a large plaee In the
social dUcusslooa of tbe day. The subject Is taken from Mr. Whlttiers short narrative of "Da
vid Matson," with which tbe reader hi probably familiar. David Matson, a Merrimac sailor,
was captured by tbe Algerittes (daring one of his voyages) and sold Into slavery. After many
yean he obtained release and was on his way to tbe home of his boyhood, wben he fell in with
his old employer, who Informed him tbat his wife, believing him dead, had remarried, and,
stunned by bis trouble, he surrendered all claim as husband and father lo the man who had
stepped Into his plaee, and departed. Mrs. Danlway has found a theme In this story with
which her heart beats In warmest sympathy, and her lines flow on In the smeoth cadence In
dicative of tbe fullest accord. She pictures the gentle, tender, trustful Anna and the wily, eov
etous Pelattah in vivid colors; and ho w years of poverty and longing, and the cries of the bun
gry boys, compelled poor Anna to yield to Pelatlah's Importunity,
- "Rise, rejoice.
My poor, nnmated dove," said be,
" And look henceforth for love to me."
-A little farther on be says:
" Become my wife and yon shall be
Made happy through prosperity,"
While, if she persists In declining his ad varices, wolf-like, he threatens to abandon her to star
vation and cold. And this Pelatlah was a "deacon,"
" In exhortations deep and load."
Tbe wanderings of David, his captivity, release, hapless Interview with Pehttlah, discovery of
Anna's second wifehood, and his sad going back,
leellngs ate deeply enlisted. No one, with any true sentiment, can read the poem without be
ing thoroughly stirred. The IllostraUocs are n admirable keeping with the passages they are
designed to portray, and a fine engraving of the author la a fitting frontispiece. The subject
spirit. Are and passion of the poem should give It an extensive reading, aside from the Interest
which the literary reputation of the author must awaken in it. Aa a specimen of book-raakinz
the volume is certainly beautiful, and would adorn any center-table.
We know ot no work so well adapted aa a present. It is printed on heavy tinted paper
and moot beautifully bound, pi ice, $2 00 ; full gilt extra, $2 St. For sale by book-sellen, or
by mail, pobt-pald, by
S. E. WELLS & Co., Publishers, 737 Broadway, New York.
National "Woman Suffrage Association.
Amtici-e 1. This organisation shall be called the National Woman Suffrage Association.
Article Tbe object of this Association shall be to secure jr atiokai. protection for women
citlsens In the exercise of their right to vote.
Akticlk S. All citizens of the United States so bacrtblog to this Constitution, and con trlbutiui;
not less than one dollar annually, shall be considered members of the Association, with the
right to participate in its deliberations,
Auticlk 4. The otttcers of this Association shall be a President, a Vice-President from each
of tbe states and Territories, Corresponding and Recording Secretaries, a Treasurer, an Execu
tive Committee of not less than five, and an Ad vlsory Com mluee consisting of one person from
each State and Territory.
Articles. All Woman Suffrage Societies throughout the country shall be welcomed as
auxiliaries; and their accredited officers or duly appointed representatives shall be recognized
as members of the National Association.
OFFICERS OF THE N. W. S. A. FOR 1877 AND '78.
Clexencb S. Losikk, M. D., 238 West Fourteenth street, New York.
I.UL.etla Mott, - - Philadelphia, Penn.
Elisabeth Cady Stanton. - Tenally. N. J.
Clarina L IL Nichols, ... 1-unio, Cat
,mv ront. ... - Kocbester. N. Y.
Mathllde Franceske Anneke. Milwaukee. Wis.
Amelia Bloomermcr - Council Iliads. Iowa
Virginia U Minor, - St. Louis, Mo.
Kmlly Robinson. - - Salem, Ohio
Julia and Abby Smith, - Glastonbury, CL
lamanne t.. jvnowies, - jusst ureenwicn, iw i.
Annie C Cheney. - Chekea, Mass.
Mary Powers Filley, - North Haverhill, N. H.
Lucy A. Snowe. - - Rockland, Maine
Sarah M. Lynde, - Guilford Centre. VL
Olivia R. Hall, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Mary H. Williams. - - Fort Wayne, Ind.
Sarah Hackett Stevenson, M. D-, Chicago, 111.
isaran rwrger Stearns, - - uuiutn, jtinn.
Helen M. Starret. . Lawrence. Kan.
Julia Brown Bemls, - - Omaba, Neb.
Allda C. Avery, M. D., - - Denver.uoi.
iiannan it. uiapp, - - uarson iiiy. .a
Harriet A. Lougharv. - - Amity, Or.
Sally Holly, ... Lotteburg, Va.
Hiniiy t'ouocK, - - wneeung, va.
Annie L. Qalnby. - - Newiwrt, Ken.
Elisabeth Averv Meiiwetlier. MemphhkTenn.
Jim. a. 11. sweartngen, - uiayniout, uei,
Lavlnbt L. Dundore, - - Rait I more, Md.
Elizabeth Oakes Smith, - Hollywood, . u.
Frances Anne Ifllsburv. Charleston. S. &
Flora MeMartln Wright, - Pilatka.Fla.
Mary J-Spaaldtag, - - Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. P. Holmes Drake, - Ilunuvllle, Ate.
Annie II. Hamilton, - - Summit, Miss.
Elizabeth L. Saxon. - New Orleans. La.
Mrs. W. P. Oliver, - - Little Rock, Ark.
Martha Goodwin, Tanstall, - Crockett, Tex.
Caroline B. Winslow. M. 1).. - vasblngton. u. u.
Esther Morris, - Laramie City, Wy. Ter.
Mary O.Brown, - - Scaitle, Wash. Ter.
Annie tiotiM, - - sail uase, uuui jer.
Isabella Beecber Hooker,
Laura DeForee Gordon,
FOREIGN CORRESPONDING SECRETARIES :
Laura Curtis Bollard, - New York
RECORDING SECRETARY :
Ltllle Devereux Blake, uei East Flity-firth street. New York.
Ellen Clarke Sargent, 1,721 Da Sales street, Washington, D. a
Susan B. Anthony,
Rochester, N. Y.
St. Iioals, Mo.
- Toledo, Ohio
Jiauiua josiyn uage.
itev. oiympia orown, -Ellzabelh
Phwbe W. Couzlns. -
Sarah Lanedon Williams,
Sarah J. Wallls,
Laura Horn Wolleott, M. D.,
Catharine A. F. Stebblns,
ixgaii scou uuniway,
- ronianu, or.
RESIDENT nORTlK!AV A r mimrr,trw? .
Sarah Andrews Spencer, corner 7th and
streets, Washington, D. C.
Washington, D. C
New and Seasonable
DXtY GOODS !
-tONSISTING OF DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY.
uancu .Ji. I .o . iuiiureu', VVlOTCtl
Suits.Sllk Ribbons, Ties, Buttons, Piano and
Table Covers, Turkey Damask, and Damask
Table Linen, Hosiery, etc, etc
Large lines of
DRESS GOODS, JEWEIRY, AND FANCY GOODS
Are offered at clearance prices.
bit Gents' and Boys' Linen Bosom Shirts,
...... ...mi; uniAius iu oirrer lines
In nnlip In l.1 ilnwn . f n . 1.
107 Third street, Portland.
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to Algeria, are all told so pathetically that our
ADVISORY COMMITTEE :
Ernestine I Rose, - - London, Eng.
Sarah Fngh, ... Germ an town. Pa.
Kiiaaoew h. scneneg, - san r randsco, Cat.
Lodnda B. Chandler, - - Vlneland, N. J.
LaviniaGoodell. - - - Janesville. Wl
Janet Strong, - - - Keosaque, Iowa
Annie it. Irvine, - Oregon. Mo.
Rev. Anna Oliver, - - South Norwalk, Ct.
Mary F. Cbannlng. - - Newnort. R. I
Julia B. Hunt, - - Florence, Mass.
CaroUne H. Barr, - New Ipswich. N. H.
Ann T. Greeley, - - - Ellsworth, Me.
LJata rutnara, - - Brattleboro, V t.
Helen M. Loder, - - Pougbkeepsie, N. Y.
Mrs. C. W. Chun.li, - Benton Harbor, Mlcb.
Ellen S. Fray, - - - Toledo, Ohio
Mrs. J. II. Parker. - - Creen Castle. Ind.
Clara Lyons Peters, - - Watseka.Hl.
llatue M. White, - - Kasson, Minn.
Elsie Stuart. - - Neutral Station. Kan.
S.S.Sttlson, - - - Omaha, Neb.
Mary F. Shields, - Colorado Springs, Col.
Mary Sweetaple, - - Silver City, Nev.
LucindaF. Proebstel, - - La Grande, Or.
Hannah McQulston, - - Rich moud, Va.
Elizabeth A. Brown, - Kiagswood, West Vs.
Elizabeth II. Duval!, - - Cadiz, Ky.
Narcissa Watsou. - - Columbia. Tenn
UaneDuBois, - - - Baltimore, Md.
jiannannneiu, ... Aiken, S.C.
Abby C. Fisher, - - Fernandina, Fla
snesjuiian, - - - Aurora, Oa.
MarvPinckard McCarty, Madison Station, Ala.
Mrs. E. oorhees, - Holly Springs, Miss.
Mary a Mann, M. D - New Orleans, La.
Mrs. L. C Locke, - - - Dallas, Tex.
EUa Cheney, ... Tjberty.Ark.
Helen R. Holmes, - - Washington, D. c.
Mary B. Post, - - Cheyenne, Wy. Ter.
Mrs. A. H. II. Stewart, Olympla, Wash. Ter.
Knellne B. Wells, - Salt Lake City. Utah.
ciiaaoeto jacason, - rtocaessin, uei.
Mary D. P. Taylor, - - Aihcvllie, N. C.
CORRESPONDING SECRETARIES :
Hartford, (XI Emma Molloy, - - - South Bend, Ind.
Washington. D.& Mathllde F. Wendt, - - - New York
Oakland, CaLICarollneH. Spear, - -Philadelphia, Pa.
Wane Graham Jones,
Mrs. L. a Smith.
Af 4 HlalH Thmnann
- Rochester, N. Y.
Washington, D. C.
- Des Moines, Iowa
- New York
- - Dover, N. IL
Ilarriet lurvia, - -
Belva A. Lock wood,
A nnte f- r.n.
Susan A. King, ' -
iieien M. Cooke,
I Nancy R. Allen, -
-ii iu i. xvicter,
LI Ruth C. Denison,
Roslna W. Parnell
I Mary Shadd Cary,
W. J. QUINN,
Stark street, between First and Second,
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In the Latest Style, and cuaranf-ed lo give
A. C. WALLING,
Book and Job Printer,
SMITH'S BUILDING, UP-BTAIRS.
Corner First and Ash streets,
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