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About The new Northwest. (Portland, Or.) 1871-1887 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1878)
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MAY 10, 167S.
ANEW ILLUSTRATED POEM
The temperance meeting on Saturday
eveuing was very largely attended.
The Democratic County Convention
will be held iu tliis city on Satunlay,
A good average crop of atrastberriis j
may ! expected, notwithstanding Hit
The condition of Fieri Jiocart is quite
critical. A aeeoud amputation ol Uie
injured limb is thought uecessary.
Captain C. 1. Craudall arrived in tl-is j
vny tiy we steamer loano," alter an
absence of several yean from the State.
The store of N. K. Vet iu East Port
laud wax burglarized on Saturday morn
ing, and a quantity of clothing ab
stracted. Let Wednesday evening C. C. Beek
man. Republican nominee for governor.
delivered an addreas to a large audience
ai oi. uuarle Hotel.
The several Good Templar Ioige in
this eily have installed their officers
for the new term, aud started Out with
flatten ug prowpects for the summer.
Hon. H. K. Hi ties and Hon. John
Wbiteaker, candidate for Congress, will
address their "fellow-citizens" in this
city ou Tuesday eveniug, May 14tb.
A bereft mother, riding in au open
wagon and carryiug in her lap u little
Co Hi a, crossed tbe Stark-street ferry on
Monday afternoon ou the way to tbe
County Teachers' Institute at the
school-house in East Portland, ou Sat
urday, May 18th. There will be a lee
tare, an exsay, music, and discussion.
Tbe public is invited.
The first of the seison's wool elip was
brought from the Upper Columbia last
week by tbe "Wide West." Twentv-
five sacks came from Lewtetou, and a
use amount from The Dalles.
Tbe fame of the candy man of tbe
-star tout" Has spread abroad, lie is
not only dome a satisfactory local bui
ness, bat is dailv tlllimr order from
Roaeburg and other towns of tbe in
It is tbe intention of tbe proprietors
oi ine .rerrotype uaiiery to remain In
this city until Monday, May 90th. Call
at once and have voornhotocrault taken.
Thirty-six gems for fifty ceuU, iustead
The Bishop Scott Grammar School
will be rebuilt this summer. It will
be ready for regular work In September.
It will be much entailer than tbe one
destroyed by fire, but will be tasteful
and convenient, and afford accommoda
tions for twelve boarders and fifty dav
Mr. Frank O. A bell, of San Francisco.
has reopened the photograpbie rooms of
Boaco and Megler. Flist-class work of
all kiuds at greatly -reduced prices.
Children's pictures a special ty. Cloudy
weather the best for photographs. Ca rds,
three dollars per dozen; Cabinet size,
five and sis dollars per dozen.
Mrs. Dr. B. A. Owens ha, by years of
ontinug industry and patient aptdlea
tion to busiuess, established for herself
an enviable reputation in this city and
vicinity as a physician. Hundred-) of
women bless her skill in restoring them
to bealtb. Office and residence, First
street, between Taylor and Yamhill.
The next cession of the Grand Ixxlre
I. O. G. T. will be held iu this eily,
commencing Tuesday, June 17th. Ar
rangements have been effected with the
O. & C. R. R., tbe O. C. R. R., and tbe
O. 8. N. Co., to return the representa
tives to their homes free of charge,
npon a certificate from the grand secre
tary. Dr. Dean Clarke challenges Rev. J.
A. Crusan to a public dieeuavton of the
following question: "JUtolved. That
Modern Spiritualism is a revival of
Primitive Christianity; that it Is Iden
tical in its 'Spiritual Gifts.' and analo
gous in Its genius and phenorainal facts
to the New Dispensation; that the Bible
sustains It, aud science demonstrates it."
Now is tbe season when milliners are
ready to lay in their best summer stocks.
The cheaper articles desired by ladies
for the unsettled snrimr styles have had
their day, and with tbe exeeition of
son nata, wnicn win increase in demand
as tbe summer advances, the demand
will be for hats and bonnets of the best
quality and most aiiDroved fashion,
Fleiehner, Mayer i, Co. have Just re
ceived an extensive line of best summer
millinery, to which tbe attention of
their many customers is invited.
The carpenter of the bark "Harm
eouta" fell overboard and was drowned
about eleven o'clock on Saturday Blent.
The body was recovered about nine
o'clock Sunday morning. Tbe "Bethel"
flag and British ensign floated at half
mast daring the afternoou, while Ctm
lain Stubbs conducted tbe usual Sea
man's Service on board. A wife and
two children near Liverpool survive the
poor uniortuuate, who, after safely pars
ing over thousands of miles of storm v
waters, found death in the still waters
of a foreign port, and a grave in astrange
If New Market Theater can be pro
cured, the commencement exercises ol
the Portland High School will be held
there on the 28tb of June. The exer
cises will be separate from tbe uuiiual
exuiumon oi me various grammar
scnoois who wnicn tney nave hereto
fore been held in common. Tbe gradu
ating class is composed of Miss Mary
Test, Miss Cora Yocum. Miss Ida Yo-
eum. Miss Sophia Durkheimer, Miss
Minnie Whitney, O. Frank Pax ton, Ed.
G. Jones, Dodred D. Shindler, Emanuel
L,yon, Alvau S. Going, F.J. A. Streibig,
Edgar A. Goodnouch, and W. Connell.
Miss Mary Test has been chosen as salu-
tatoriau, and Mr. O. Frank Paxlon will
deliver the valedictory. Hon. J. K.
Dolph will bestow tbe diplomas, and
win uenver i lie address to tbe class.
Hwm rr Homeless Women.
Under tin- u,,.,.. ,jf Uie gand ot Helpers.
Location-Coluii.iH mwi, between Fifth and
"-' "'r.,n. The doom of
ti.e Horn- u.na .,, ,., vomeu
il K.H-t character. U.tni u,d , k.
furnished at coat to ihw who hare means.
ana fhkk w uiic uj uavt n, u Temporary
.-...k will 1" fnraUhnl uT tl,M 11
- " ""Mr, and per
manent situations obtained for inmates. Ia,ii
who have sewing to put out, who arc in need or
profeiional nurw's or any Kind or help, nn
urged ui upplj' at 1 lie Home, and Ihusaidttii
lmbU t rti:i lo help lltnir o n st-x.
JIKS. IIK. ItntR,
Graduate of tbe Homeopathic ftchool, and
member of the State Medical Moeiety ol Call'
forma, makes a iipecialty of the diseases of
women and ehfldren. Office hur from 2 to 6
p. k. urtlce Corner of Kmad and Murrlaon
s'rei-!, )''r:I.i!id. ( im-ultatioii free. 7-17
r ,tn ;..,ur au uiUl Hills
k. . iti:x. ji. n.
(ffii'P 1111. 1 R.
Morr.M.u a d
Flrfcl lrt ii.
Office Hours From ! p y. - ,. x 'ceot
HONEY OF HOREHOUND AND TAR
FOR THE CURE OF
Oosgif, Cold i, IbSomii, Hmthhw, Dificsli
Brutaiag, uA all Afsctiom of t Ikmt,
Bfwcaial Tate, sad Lugf, Wisr
This infallible remedy is composed of tbe
Honey of tbe plant Horehound, in chemical
onion with Tar -Balm, extracted from the
Life PfUNCirLE of tbe forest tree Aacis
Balsam ea, or Halm of Gilead.
The Honey of Horehound SOOTHES AND
scatters all irritations and inflammations, and
the Tar-balm cleanses ami heals tbe throat
and air passages leading to tbe longs. Five
additional ingredients keep tbe organs cool,
moist, and in healthful action. Let no pre
jndice keep yoa from trying this great medi
cine ef a nunout doctor who has saved thou
sands of fives by it m his large private practice.
r.a. inc. lar-uana Has no bad taste or
mucks 50 CENTS and $i ki bottle.
Ghh swriag bay large ase.
"Pike's Toothache Drops" Cure
in 1 Minute.
Sold by all Druggists.
0. S. OHTTENTON", Prop., N.Y.
An Invited to call at
'THE WHITE HOUSE!"
A XI) INSPECT THE
NEW SPRING STYLES
Dress and Millinery Goods!
LADIES' LINEN SUITS I
Sitcq ties :inl Doliiiaiis,
The stock la eosMplete and Tarted, the guod
LEWIS &. STKAUSS,
'So. S3 Vlrt .Street.
INSURES POPULARITY EVERYWHERE.
Remington Sewing Machine,
Xanuraetorad by the
KEMIX0TO.V KIPLE C01IPAXT,
la osftred for sale to tbe people of
OREGON AND WASHINGTON,
With rull confidence It vrtll b reeelred with
tbe same onlveraal mvortt ha met wltn In all
tbe other States In tbe Colon.
Recommend Itaelt wUhoot the
Has been thorouEhly lasts it by are raara
In the nunily and tsetortos, and eoatlaoas in
good running order. Ho one ever knew the
REMINGTON to be exchanged lor another
Machine. Over M sold last year, making
nearly XOm In use. Machines are shipped
direct from the Factory to IHntland, and sold
at Eastern price, with an additional extra die-
count for cash.
-Within tbe past year Important tmniovc
menu have been added.aad no trouble nOt be
spared to keep tbe XKMrNOTON' attend M U
Tbe REM INGTON is of the Improved ginger
class, without eosr-wbesl seen, rotary earns.
take-up springs or lever arms, to wear loo,
make a noise, run hard, and set oat of order.
We make two sires one with medium arm.
and the other with a lone, hlfb arm, both
built of proper dlmenetoas to enaare dnrabtl
ity. They sew with eonal saellity all slaes and
kinds of llnon, silk, and cotton, sewing liom
twenty to one hundred ootsoa wtthoat ehance
r tennion. making a toekttteh, alike on both
sides, on all kinds of Goods.
M- Acenu wwtat In all unoccupied terri
I'artles d,..irins Sewing Maeklne wUI Sod
It 10 their advantage to call and eaamtae the
REMINGTON bi Jore imrehaatnK elwwhe.
For ORKi.ON, WASHINGTON, nnd IDAHO
lir.t St uear Sjilmor , Portland, On fcotu
Oar Display of
We are now enabled 10 oSJar In .ar JHLU
NEHY DEPARTMENT a OampkSe Stock of
the Latest Novelties In this Mae, ami IiaTlBK
embraced many opportenttles nrwBted to
to porehaM at anuwUy tew rale", we sbalt
offer these Ooo.li ilurlRK tbe coming season at
KXTRAORtHNARV IJOW I'RICK.
3IOONEY At MOXX.EY,
rirst HI..Ipt. Yninlilll nuilTnjIor.
ONCK SAID, "THAT A MAN OUGHT TO
choose his wife as Mrs. Primmna ilkl her
wedding gown, for qualities that would 'wear
well," meaning this In tbe best sense. "Well,
what has this to do with
Pome walking tntermgallon potataaki. Noth
ing: esueeuuiy, except mat an imiivMHai
waaeiy Known as
tVntlilustou St., lortlninl. Or,.
Chooses this method o aanonnetoMt that he
takes pleasure In it1nUng
AND ALL SORTS OF JOBS,
At a low rates as jwi-lb!e. In tbe
CURRENT COIN OF THE REALM,
Not even refu-llur silver, wneu It Is not burled
at him la too large dose Anything ana
everytblnc that the Ingenuity of man or
Hath eoneelved of that reonlrea tirlnUnjr. will
be satlstaetorlly executed by
Himcs, tlio Printer,
At Uie tnwMt toviMi batvl
He ha a lame sannlvor LEflAL W.ANKS
on nana, oy ine nee 01 wuicn.
IF HOT IN TROUBLE,
Yoa tony keep out, or IP IN TROURLB. y
may be helped out. Not at the present mo
ment thinking f any other way ot Mddlttc tar
tbe patronage of the Hear I 'u Idle, Hie tiiHler-
sgneu nerewiin oegs 10 soosenB mruii.
II. tbe r.
N. II Order or malt nromrvtlv ntl ended to,
and estlHiate on wotlcgmdly etven. 7-J
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
SELF-HEATING FLAT IEON!
Foot ol Yamhill street.
ALT. KINDS OF IVOOD,
Sawed and unsawed, constantly on hand, and
a ueiivereu toan pan oi me eiiy. a
JNO. M. DALY,
-irrn.i' ritAcncE in the district and
United Slates Courts. S-K
J. It. RCED.
DELL & REED,
Strowbrhlae's BalMInc, First street. Rooms 5
anus, rorllaml.urecon. m
CI I It IS. SCIXITII
rii'JJS IS OLD PATRONS AND TnE
l"nWe generally to call at bis
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington at., one door east or Third.
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO.,
Frost and First streets, bet. Asti and A,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Mn MAYKH HAS MADB VRRY KXTBN
stw porehnsiiora lull ne of
MnnuiaeJHrars and Importers
In New York. Our Sloek IH eontt ol the
latest styles; and sliades of
liViitltefH jiikI PlumcK,
Ribbons, Naln, Cros Grain and Fancj-,
Silks, YcItcIs, etc., etc.,
To wbleh we iBVtle the allentktn of the Milli
nery Trade or Oregon ami iMinucinu iorn
lory. Dtg theouly Wiolemle Hoaa In the State
imparting MILI.INBItY 0001)3 direct from
New York, we wilt be prepared to oiler extra
tnttaeemeBts to oar Friends and ratroes.
THEO. S. S. CO.'S
LINE OF NEW STEAMSHIPS,
No. A 1 iter irwenty yam.
Carrying the U. S. Malls and Wells, rVrno Jt
Oo.vltxpress, wW hersnftcrdlsaUeh
one of thetr new steamer,
THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND
CITY OF CHESTER,
About every ave days, rontfeetlng with all the
rKIWCHWI. 1-OINTSON THK OI.OIIK.
oar OonptHi tleketaMild to all pntnia.
7-s :i:o. tr. vr.iii.i:it. as i.
Are of the
at quality, best style, ami best flnhb, ami
in NKXT 1IKST thluk-1 that I heir
prles are low.
GAI.IJSHY Punier Ilrst and Yamhill streets.
roRTIaANn, OltBGON. W
It Is a Well Known Fact that the
Ha the largest and finest-seleeted stoekot
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ever offered on the Paetflc Coast.
CALL AND KX AMINE TUB LAItOB AND
eieRant stock Jnt reeelred from Oallfbrnia
and the Bast, eonttlnc of fine BOOTS and
SHOKa from all the
Goods will be sold at
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
COULTER & BEST,
No. ln.t Front Street. I'ortlnml.
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!
C. T. BELCHER & CO.,
TTAVINO JUST OPENED A NEW AND
Complete Stock of
CHINA, OUVRS AND QCEENS WARE,
J'l.n i v.lt .A - It 111(1 11 l.v ItUMUM,
Ull Arn llKLIKIt AMI lutMPSTOCK,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Etc.,
We solicit a share of the public patronage, sal-
wuto umi we tail ouer koouk ai cxeeeuine low
prtces. Call and see us. Unit street, above
.-muni, store lormeriy occupieu tiy J. K. D.
Wrinkle A Co. t."t
Fresh Shoalwatcr Bay Oysters
ALISKY & HECELE'S
PREMIUM CAXDT MAXUFACTOUT,
First Sl bet. Alder mid Jlorrlson.
THE AURORA RESTAURANT,
Donneast eor. r ront and Alder streets,
Tbe only place In Portland where yoa can get
A GOOD SQUARE MEAL
S For 25 Cents. 33
int. c. a. auxss.
Ofllee Corner of First and Stark streets, over
E. Oaballn's boot and shoe store.
03iee Hours 103) A. X. to 4 p. x.; and 630 to
-on .. ...
EISHEL & ROBERTS,
Leading Clothiers anil Hatters,
Corner First mill Alder streets,
WE MEAN ITI
n AVISO PURCHA8KD A FINK STOCK
(It-- fliTTlttN'u from a am IlBDOrtlne
and Manutaetntlns Hoose (aboot to retire
-to pen firvT. i.uss
Than Actual ManutaetnrlnitCrtt,we are ena
bled to sell -ClvUTIIINU Rr ls jionej mau
It was ever betore offered In tills Stale.
Oar Stock Is Complete In Every Detail,
Prices Low, and Quality of Good of a Su
OTJE HAT DEPARTMENT
Is under eiutrse of n
And the Stoefc is
New, Fresh and Stylish
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Will always have tbe beat of attention
AND A COOD FIT WARRANTED.
ssrGtve us a call.
1'1SIII:L A ItWHKKTS,
Corner Tlrst nnd Alder Streets.
(Strow bridge's new Iklilding.) St
Sewing SVSachines !
Sewing Machines !
Sewing fVIachines !
These unoular Machines are now sold at
greatly reduced prices. Call or send lor price
before parchalng any other.
Machine mid on note or lease, and a liberal
dlseonnt for cash.
Tin: m.:i:k jrro cojiimxy,
WILLIS K FRY, Manager.
Corner First and Yamhill streeta, Portland.
NO CURE, NO PAY!
DK JAMFH KECK, IATK Or AUKOKA.
III., takes pleasure In ntaklnc tbe follow-
hc Announcement to ine Amiewa :
Tie will else a FKKE TKIAL of a SURE
CURE (or CATARRH. Noeare.no pay. Orm
ultatlon on all cbronic and private diseases
FREE and strictly eonnaentiai. uont nut to
see the Doctor. Retneinber tnat proerasttna.
Uon Is the thief of time, money, and .health.
Medlelne sent to an parts of me country, ana
all proper qnestlons answered through tbe
malls. Below are the authorised MatemenUof
a few eases recently treated for Catarrh.
Portland, Or., Jan. a), 1S78.
Da. Jamk Krtk Hear Mr: I hardly know
now to ex press ray gratitude for the relief af
inlel nut br three bottles of the "Sure Cure
fur Catarrh." I had suffered with the dlMta-o
tor fourteen years, ana your tniiieie nas
finally cured me. W. F. GIL.KY.
MlLWArKIK Or-, Jaa. IS, 1ST8.
Da. James Kktk Dear Sir: lam now be tier
than I ever exneeied lo be. I have hail Catarrh
all my life ami suBered beyond description. I
am slit jr-Ove years old. Have used five bottles
of tbe "-Sure run-." and feel that I a in nearly
eared. I would recommend all to try this
"Sure Cure." May God bless you. Doctor, in
yoursoud work. UATllAitiMi Jin. ur.it.
Milwatkik, Or., Jan. 22, lsTs.
tlun Tsl Kktk: I am clad vou came to
Oreaon.forlthouichtl must die with consump
tion till you beenn Ml treat ine mr nutrrn,
which I have had all my life, and which I In
herited from mv mother. There was a bole
eaten ibrouah the cartilages of my nose; my
healtn, every way, was dm in ine extreme,
with pains in my head, and general debility.
I noueeu a rauicai cnange aner using toe first
bottle. The pains ceased in my head, my
breath grew sweeter Ihan for years, and I had
no bad taste in my mouth on rising In the
niornlnc. I have used three bottles of tbe
"Sure Cure. Never could nave believed such
a ensure ossttle. I a-ivlae all afflicted with
Catarrh to attend to It at once. The "Sure
Cure" la lightly named. All may rely upon
its merits. l our tor success.
nr Dr. Ijtcrolx's "Secret" for ladies tor sale.
Office Rooms 11 and l&Slrowbrtdce's build
ing-. First street, lttrtland, Oregon.
uiHee I tours for gentlemen From 9 to 12 A. M.
nnUltntr. x. Ladies From 1 to 1 p. M. Sun
days from 2 to t V. M.
Those persons wishing to be relieved of
chronic diseases In any form will never regret
consulting with DR. JaMES KECK.
Address, witn two stamps, at roruami. Ore
W.C. JOHNSON. F.O.MTnWX. I.A.MACRUM.
JOHNSON, M'CQWH & MACRIJM,
Attorneys and Counsclors-at-Law,
'Will Practice in all tbe Courts of theSlate.
Ions Made on Reasonable Terms. Collec
tions, including Rent of Portland Property,
promptly issue. Ausmtets iuinineu, ami
Ileal Estate Leased. Bought and Sold in Mult
nomah and Clackamas counties. Iarticular
Attention given lo business in tbe U. S. Land
Onlee, Oiegon City.
OHJcea MonnMstes- Brick, First street. Port
land, Oregon, and Main street, Oregon Oily.
BARBER & NICKLIN,
(Successors to J. II. Hatch,)
No. 10f) First street, Portland, Oregon.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED, IN TAKING LEAVE
1 of Portland, returns his slneArn thants nvi
the liberal patronage that has been bestowed,
and would bespeak lor his successors a contin
uance oi ine same, iiotn Drs. uarber A Ntek
lln are gentlemen In everv war wri h v nfnnv
eonndence that may be placed in them, and as
aucu i enn csmscienifousiy reeommecHi mem
mi uiy lormer irreuus ami imtrons.
6-a J. H. HATCH
. coMiAii a rt..
DYERS AND SCOURERS,
ITS Second St., between JIatn and Sainton,
I ivi'irj. unusfstt;iiUAn,ilA 1 1 l.i,
JU and Damask Curtains colored In the best
style. Rovs and Mens elothlnz elmned and
dyed, amf prices reduced. Cleaning gloves, 35
cents, au worg warranteu.
Goods not called for within three months
will be told to pay expenses, and any Articles
damaged or lost by tire we will not bold our
selves responsible for.
CAPLES & MULKEY,
Room N'o. 3. Odd I'eliows' nnlltlliiE',
ILL GIVE TRO-MPT AND PERSONAL
attention to business mtrusieu m i
J. N. DOLnt.
x. a BROSAOOII.
C A. COLl-II.
DOlPn, BRO.XACGII, UOlPn SIIIO.N
ODD FELLOWS TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
"In with you, man ." Pel'lhth said.
"You'd better try 13 earn your bread
Than like the birds to bill and coo!
Twill do for tbem to sigh and woo, .
For they have nothing else to do."
DAVID AND ANNA MATS ON-
By 3Xis. .rVlMK'nil Scott Suni'tvny,
Editor "New Northwest," Portland, Oregon,
WITH REAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS, AND ELEGANTLY BOUNJ
A new epic, from a vigorous ami skillful pen, on a subject which occupies a large place In tbe
social discussions of the day. The subject Is taken from 2fr. Wbtttler's short narrative of "Da
vid Mataon," with which tbe reader is probably familiar. David Matson, a Merrimac sailor,
va captured by the Algeriues fdniinc one of bis voyages) and sold into slavery. After Baaay
years he obtained release and was on his way to tbe home of his boyhood, when he Ml In with
his old employer, who informed him that hi wife, believing him dead, bad remarried. aasl,
stunned by his trouble, he surrendered all claim as husband and father to the man who bast
stepped Into Ills place, and departed. Mis. Dunlway has found a theme in this aims with
which her heart beats In warmest sympathy, and her lines Sow on la the suss nth aaaanas in-
dieatt ve of the fullest accord. She picture the gentle, tender, trust nil Anna and the wily, oar
etou Pelatlah in vivid colon; ami how years of poverty and longing, and lb cries of the ban
gry boys, compelled poor Anna to yield to Pelatlah's importunity.
My poor, aamated dove," said he,
" And look be nee forth lor love to me."
A little further on be says:
" Become my wife and you shall be
Made happy through prosperity,"
Whlkvlfibe persists in declining his advances,
vation and eold. And this Pelatlah was a "deacon,"
" In exhortations deep and loud."
The wanderings of David, his captivity, release, hapless interview with Pelatlah. discovers
Anna's second wifehood, and his sad going bark to Algeria, are all told so pathetically tbatosnr
eeliugsa'e deeply enlisted. No one, with any true sentiment, can read the poem without ha-' .
lag thoroughly stirred. Tbe illustration are In admirable keeping with tbe paasagea they am
designed to portray, and a fine engraving of tbe author I a fitting frontispiece. The subject
spirit. Are and passion of tbe poem should give it an extensive reading, aside from the bttarcat
which tbe literary reputation of tbe author must awaken in iu As a specimen of haps laaklm.
the volume is eertalnlt beautiful, and would adorn any center-table, , '
We know of no work so well adapted as
and most beautifully bound, pi ice, ti OA; full
by mall, post-paid, by
S. E. WELLS & Co.,
National Woman Suffrage Association.
AKT1C1.B 1. This organisation shall be called
JlKTSbS A AMVIIUWC m Mil, JIMSUCUMHm SOJUl
CItiacHs in tav cjtvrcisc ttt ineir rural to vote.
. v .11 .lll..i..nlt.a , 1. , C2..a
not leas than one dollar annually, shall be considered members of the Association, with the
right to participate In its deliberations.
AKTIC1.B t. The officers of this Association shalf be a President- a VIce-PrMldent hsm
of tbe states and Territories, Corresponding and Reconllug ."secretaries, a Treasurer, an Kxeco
live Committee or not less than flve,and an Advisory Committee consisting of one pemon from
each state and Territory.
Artici.e5.-AI1 Woman SufTrage Societies throughout the country shall be weleomed a
auxiliaries; and their accredited officers or duly appointed representatives shall be recognised
as members of the National Association.
OFFICERS OF THE N. W. S. A. FOR 1877 AND '78. -
Ci.KMK.N-cg S. LoaiKK, M. I)., 338 West Fourteenth street. New York.
Lm.etla Mott, - - Iblladelpbla, Penn.
Elisabeth Cady Stanton. - Tenadr. N. J.
Clarina I. II. Nichols, ... i-omo.Gai.
Amy Post, .... Rochester. N. V.
Mathllde Franeeske Anneke. Milwaukee. Wis
Amelia llloomermer - Council Bluffs, Iowa
Virginia L. Minor, - - St. Loots, Mo.
Emily Robinson. - - - Salem. Obk!
Julia and Abby smith, - Ulastonbory, CL
Catharine c. Knowies, - rjtu ureenwien, K. I.
Annie C. Cheney, - - Chelsea, Mass.
Mary Powers Filley, - North Haverhill. N. II.
Lucy A. Snowe. - - Rockland. Maine
Sarah M. Lynde, - - Guilford Centre. Vt.
Olivia R. Hall, - - Ann Arbor, Mich.
Mary II. Williams, - - ron wayne, ind.
.Sarah Hackett Stevenson, M. D., Chlcaso, II L
Sarah Uurger Stearns,
Helen .M. biarreu
Julia Ilrown Ilemls,
Allda C. Avery. M. D.,
ilannah II. Clapp,
Harriet A. Loughary,
- Carson City. Neb.
- Lottsburg. Va.
Wheeling, West Va.
Annie L. Qulnby,
Elizabeth Avery Meriwether, Memphis, Tenn.
Jlrs. A. 11. sweanngen, - oiaymont, ixi,
lj-lnla U Dundore, - - Baltimore, Md.
Kltxabeth Oake Smith. - Itollvwood. N. C.
Frencet. Anne llllsbury, - Charleston, S. C.
Flora McMan In Wright, Illatka, Fla.
Mary J.Spauldlng. - ' AtlanU.Ua.
Mrs. P. Holme Drake, - llunlavllle, Ala.
Annie II. Hamilton, - summit. Miss.
Elisabeth I smxon, - New Orleans, I a.
Mrs. W. P. Oliver, - - Little Rock, Ark.
Martha (ioodwtn, Tunstall, - Crockett, Tex.
Caroline ti. Win. low, M. I'., - Washington, D.C.
Esther Morris, - - Iramie City, Wy. Ter.
Mary O. Brown, - - Seattle, Wash. Ter.
Annie (fodbe, - - Salt Lake, Utah Ter.
CORRESPONDING SECRETARIES :
Hartford, Ct-lEHi ma Molloy, -Washington,
D. a Mathllde P. Wendl, -Oakland,
CaMOarolIn II. Siar,
Isabella Reeeher Hooker,
Ellen II. Slieldon,
Itnra De Force Gordon,
FOREIGN CO RRES PONDING SECRETARIES :
I.-iunt Cnrtis Bollard,
New Y'orklJane Graham Jones,
RECORDING SECRETARY :
Lillle Devereux Blake. Mt East Pllty-flflh street. New York.
Ellen Clarke Sargent, 1 De Sale street, Washington, D. a
Rochester, N. Y
Susan K, Anthony,
Matilda Joslyn Gage,
Rev. olympla Broun, -Elisabeth
UhnJuk Mr IVkilli raw
. Bridgeport, CX
St. IxMia, Mo.'
- Toledo. vh
Sarah Lansdon Williams,
Sarah J. Vallis, -
Laura Ross woncou, n. u.,
Catharine A. F. stebblns,
Abigail Scott Dunlway,
- Portland, or.
RESIDENT CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE:
Sarah Andrews Spencer, corner 7th and LIRuth C Denlson,
streets, Washington, D. C. Rosin a W. Parnell
Ellen Clarke Sargent, - W ashlngton, 1). C.I Mary Shadd Gary, -
New and Seasonable
UHT GOODS !
CONSISTING OF DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY",
Ladles' Linen Suits. Children's Colored
suits, silk Ribbons, Ties, Buttons, Piano nnd
Table Covers, Turkey Damank ami Damask
Table Unen, Hosiery, etc, etc.
Large lines of
DRESS GOODS, JEWURY, AND FANCY GOODS
Are ottered at clearance prices.
oar Gents' ami Bays' Linen Bosom Shirts,
eu&, at east; and many bargains In other lines
In older to wsl! down stock.
. JOHN -WII-SOX,
7 107 Third street, Portland. 2.
wolf-like, he threatens to abandon her to star
a present. It is printed on heavy tinted awnai
gilt extra, 13 SO. For sale by book -sellers, or
Publishers, 737 Breadway, New Y&rk.
the National Woman Suffrage Aaaociatioa
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Ernestine L. Rose.
- Germantown, r.
- K cosaque, Iowa
- South Norwatk.a.
Newport, R. I.
- Florence, Mass.
New Ipswich, ST. II.
- Ellsworth, Ma.
- Brattleboro, Vt.
- Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Benton Harbor, Mich.
- Green Castle, Ind.
Neutral Station, Kan.
Colorado Springs, Col.
Silver City, Net.
-. La Grande, Or.
- Richmond, Va.
Kingswood, West Vs.
- - Cadis, Ky.
- Columbia, Tenn.
- Baltimore, Md.
- Aiken, S. C.
Biixaoetn n. senencK,
LucindaB. Chandler, -Lavlnia
Janet strong, -
itnnie n. irvine, -Rev.
Anna Oliver, -Marr
ibiw it. iiunt.
Caroline H. Ilarr,
Ann T. Greeley,
Ifelen M. Loder, -
Jirs, . t;nurcn,
Ellen S. Pray,
Mrs. J. H. Parker.
Clara Lyons Peters,
Ilattie M. White,
Mary F. Shields,
Mary Sweetaple, -Lucinda
F. Proebstel, -Ilannah
Elizabeth A. Brown, -Elisabeth
Abby c Fisher, -
Agnes jut urn.
Mary Plnckard McCarty, Madison Station, Alal
Mrs. E. Voorhees, - Holly Springs. Miss.
Mary s. Mann, M. D - New Orleans, Iji.
Mrs. L. C Locke.
Helen R. Holmes,
Mary R. Post.
Washington, D. C
Cheyenne, Wy. Tar.
Olympla, Wash. Tor.
salt Lake City, Utah.
- ASbevllksN. C
Mrs. A. II. II. Stewart,
Elisabeth Jackson, -Mary
- Sxoth Bend Jad.
- Philadelphia, Pa.
Mrs. L. C. Smith,
M. Adelaide Thomson.
Belva A. Loekwood.
- .Rochester. N. V.
Washington, D. a
- De Moines, Iowa
- - New Y'ortc
- - Dover, N. II.
Annie C Sarery,
phishu a. iving, -Helen
Nancy K. Allen. -Mariila
M. Bicker, .
Washington, D. C
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Stark street, between First and Second,
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