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THURSDAY -AUGUST 1, 1878.
The British ship "Dnvenby" takes
28,650 cum of wlmon to Liverpool.
The corner-stone of the new cathedral
will be laid on Thursday, the 15th of
"What Came oTIt?' theUook written
by the late Mrs. Stltxel, will soon be de
livered to subecriberj.
Mre. O S. Plielne, one of the most effi
cient primary teachers of the cllv, Is
fpeurltng her well-earned vacation in
The river lu front of this cltv U
four feet lower than at this date lust
year, ami elpm leet lower than at the
eame ltte in 1875.
A larjte brick buildine will shortly be
erected on the com rf Oak ami Strom)
etreetft. A Krtion of it will Ik occupied
by Mr. Bacon an a livery triable.
Frofessor J. W. Hill, a graduate of
laieauu a teacher of experience, will
iiave charge of .the Bishop Scott
Grammar School as head master.
Substantial improvements are helnp;
made on various streets that, uotwitli
BtandiiiK the cri' hard times, attest
the perma'nent growth of the city.
T)r. Walter Hyde, spiritual develop
ing medium. Rives sitting! dally from
10 A. M. to 4 P. it., at 141 First street,
room 1- Public seance every evening
at 6 o'clock.
Great redaction in prices at the
"White House" in order to make room
for fall stock. A large Hue of cummer
pood is being disposed of at cost,
rreat bargains may be secured.
The "Wide West" brought down two
! Mildred tons of the new wheat crop
from Walla Walla on Saturday. An
eqaal amount will tie shipped from
Walla Walla every day this week.
Judge Dennison returned from Walla
Walla on Tuesday, where lie has been
engaged in. laboring for the future State
of Washington as member of the Con
witatbraal Convention for some weeks
Those who sigh Tor mountain air and
delight in mountain scenery will be
grateful to know that tickets Rood for
.unity days are old hy the O. S. Is.
Company for Hood Kiver and return
The O. S. N. Company's new steamer
"Harvest Queen" is receiving her fin
ishing touches at Celilo, ami will lie
ready to take the route between that
place aud Wallula by the first of Sep
tember. A splendid life-size portrait of Hon.
M. P. Deady occupies a place in the
window of Morse's gallery. The work
was executed by Frank M. Peebles, of
Sau Francisco, and Is exquisite lu col
oring and detail.
Mrs. J. M. Ward, nee Miss Carrie
Clark, will take a beneitt at Kew Mar
ket on Saturday evening, August 3d.
J. M. Ward will also appear, suptorted
!- a number of volunteers. A pleasiug
bill will be presented. '
The work turned out at tiie Palace
Picture Gallery, In front of the post
office, is a credit to the art. Copying
aud enlarging pictures a 8ieuiality.
Thirty-six pictures for fifty cents, and
other work correspondingly low.
A destructive tire occurred in East
Portland on Sunday uight. The main
business portion of the city, lucliidlup
the post office, was horned. Most of
the mail matter in the latter was saved.
The lose is estimated at about $14,000.
A little daughter of Captain H. Cook,
while attempting to light the kitchen
fire on Sunday with coal oil, was burned
so severely that she died in a few
hour. Her mother, in attempting to
extinguish the flames, was severely but
not dangerously burned.
"Panel photo," just introduced by
A bell, the popular artist, are soon to be
the most popular for ladies and gents.
Call and see them at bis rooms, 187 ami
169 First street, Portland, Oregon. Alt
styles of work made by Mr. Abell are
guaranteed the fiuest In finish and at
Mr. Walter Moffett, a well-known
resident of this city, where he has long
lived, filed a rew weeks since on board
the "Edward James," on the voyage
between Honolulu and Tahiti, tits re
mains will be returned to this city,
where his bereaved family reside, fur
Chief Morgan, for what he supposed
good and sufficient reasons, refused to
allow the fire engines to cross the river
on the night of the rjnal Portland Are.
The eitiaens of that place are extremely
cr- Ui, aud in special resolutions char-
.i. ( rlie litflcofMluct as "Inhuman, cruel,
ai"l uuwaytby a fireman."
Davidson Brothers, photographers,
aoruer First and Yamhill streets, of this
eftjr, have the finest and largest camera
a ad lens in the State, and are prepared
for making'all sizes of pictures, from
the smallest gem to the largest portrait
or group photograph. If you want
photo work of the best quality ami fin
ish, at lowest living rates, call ou
Governor George L. Curry, whoee ill
ness we have spoken of from time to
time for weeks past, died at his resi
dence in this city on Sunday evening.
He had been a resident of Oregon since
1846, and was identified in years past
with many ot her public and political
Interests. His public record aud pri
vate life are alike unsullied. The fam
ily have the sympathy of the com
munity. Corouer De Lin, the well-known un
dertaker. Is Justly distinguished for the
spirit of liberality and fair dealing with
which he accommodates those wIm re
quire bis services in the burial of their
loved ones. When the heart is sad
irom sore bereavement, the consolation
to be derived broni the sympathy of
those who perform the sad offices neces
sary for the final repose of the body of
the dear one cauuot he over-estimated.
.J1,'" ?peu teroperaoce meetings are
likely to continue through the entire
summer with unabated interest. Mr.
Caples never tires t hi, endeavors to
secure variety and excellence in his
programme; it is but Just i Mm to
that lie invariably succeed. lh gat,
urday evening the large assembly wax
wen emerutmeu uy r. XH)ga r
Ohio, a member of the SocIhiv ,.r
Friends, and also by Rev. Mr. IUeti, f
UMilornia. tixceiKMit epenaers are en
gaged for the next meet lug. let all at
The well-known photographer, Frank
G. Abell. Is one of the most deservedly
successful operators In his Hue to be
found in America. He has just favored
us with a large pieture of our little
adopted pet, taken two hours after
death, which excels everything else
tiie photographic line that it has ever
been our fortune to behold. .Let no
food mothers fail to catch the shadows
of 1ier darlings, for none can know bow
soon the wings of Azriel may waft the
substance forever fnm her sight. Mr.
Abell combines infinite patience aud
kindness of heart with bis exquisite
skill in taking children's photo's. Go
and see bim.
Oregon Abend of the World.
Botte of the greatest scientist, in exivkwinr
we North PmMc Coast, have discovered an
endless variety ot planus In Oregon, which they
declare far excel any plants of other countries
for the larjte percentage of medicinal proper
ties they contain. Oregon may well be proud
of ber advantages over other countries in pro-
aoclng vegetables ot so valuable properties.
The incomparable climate, abundanoy of rain
and rich soil Is unequaled by any other coun
try. Mr. William Pfunder, an experienced
cheraut of Portland, has, after several years
experlmentlng.soeceeded In extracting all the
medicinal virtues of some of these famous
plants, and In combining them scientifically
with the choicest botannlcat remedies of other
countries, produced a preparation which ban
never been equaled as a partner of the blood
and a general regnlatorof tbesystem. Anyone
annexing from disease that arise from Impuri
ties of the .blood. Irregularities of the liver,
bowels, and kidneys, would do well to try a
boyle of this excellent preparation, and judge
lu effective qualities. It has been named the
Orbook Blood Purifier, and may be ob
tained ot any dealer In medicine for the rea
sonable price of one dollar. Principal depot
and manufactory. Win. Pfunder fc Co.. Port'
land, Otegon, to whom all orders may be ad
Certain Cure for Cancer.
Mrs. Ir. Mary O. Brown takes this method of
saying to lite afflicted that she l In possession
of a sas, certain, and painless cure for that
most loathsome and terrible dUease known as
Cancek, In all lu forms and phases. Iter
remedy Is never known to fail. Address Mrs.
Dr. Mary O.Brown, Olympla, W. T.
sins. nit. ii fit it.
Graduate of tbe Homeopathic School, and
mem ber of the State Medical Society ot Cali
fornia, makes a specialty of the diseases of
women and children. Electrical treatment a
specialty. Office Corner of Second and Morri
son streets, Portland. Consultation free, T-I7
KEW THIS WEEK.
notice or riXAi. .srrrri.i:siEvr.
ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT GEO.
X C Sear, Ad tn In Intra cor of the et-laie of
Ueonte Potts, defeated, has Died his final ac
count In the County Court of tbe State of Ore
gon, for the county of Multnomah, ami mat
tbe lodge I hereof has fixed tbe 3d day of Sep
tember, 1878, as tbe time for hearing objec
tions and the allowance and settlement ot the
same, GEORGE a SEARS.
August L Administrator.
notice or riXAX. SETTLEMENT.
VTOTICE It HEREBY GIVEN THAT CHAS.
1 B. tlartel. Administrator of tbe estate of
Kichard Nlcofl, deceased, has tiled his flnal
account, and that tbeCountyCourtof tbe State
of uregon has fixed the M day of September,
l7S, at the boar of lu A. jr. thereof, as tbe time
tor bearing objections and the allowance and
settlement of the same.
CHARLES B. BARTER
August L Administrator.
CATARRH POSITIVELY CURED!
DR. JAMBS KECK, THE CELEBRATED
Catarrh Doctor, late of urora, Illinois, Is
now located In Portland. Oreeon. where be
gives a FREE TRIAL at bis office of a
SURE CUBE FOR CATARRH.
Some of tbe most obstinate and long stand
ing cases 01 uaiahku in ine at ot I'oruanu
as well as all through the Doited State, have
oeen enurey cured by tbe use of tbe "SURE
CUKE." when all tbe popular remedies and
some of the most prominent physicians have
failed. For proof read t estimonials, published
I be Doctor treats successfully all CJIKON'IC
and PRIVATE DISEASES: alsobasa sate and
painless cure for CANCER. Office Coosolta
tlon FREE, and Strictly Confidential. All
proper questions answered through toe malls
Promptly by enclosing two stamps. CI ran tar
Otttee hours From 8 to 12 a. M.. and 1 inland
6 to 8 H. M.
Office Mrowbrldge's Handing, corner luaad
Alder streets, north of Town Clock, rooms
No.-s 11, 11, and IS, thlnl Boor. 7-41
THEO. S. S. CO.'S
LINE OF NEW STEAMSHIPS,
No. A 1 tor twenty years.
Carrying tbe U. a Mails and Wells, Pargo A
Caw's Express, wilt hereafter dt patch
one of tbelr new steamers.
THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND
CITY OF CHESTER,
About every five days, connecting with all the
PRINCIPAL POINTS ON THE GLOBE.
Presgbl. per ton-
GEO. IV. IVEini.EIt. A cent.
PORTLAND AND SAN FRANCISCO.
The splendid Low-pressure Side-wheel Ameri
JAMES CARROLL. COMMANDER
Will leave Pacific Wharf for San Franessee
At 6 o'clock A. ?f..
TUESDAY, JULY 23,
And oa each alternate Saturday thereafter.
Itntes of Passage mill Freights:
$ 2 00
"Hrbt, per ton..
The MMU u L-... :k,.. 1 r-T HI. UU1 T A
Si ?H "-o"' the other Coast Ships.
LV- , v-V- . " . i cine ueean.
ftwiZXtSSL rassaee apply at the efflee,
motof B street, next dow beioVr Allen A lJrH.
' - waausav-lf nfrCllk
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES !
Mammoth Boot and Shoe Sto
I FRONT STREET.
BOOTS AND SHOES
EXTREMELY LOW RATES.
Plain and Ornamental Penmanship.
(Graduate of Penmanship under Professor
P. A. Ksplna, In Oamard's Business
College, San Francisco, Oal.)
ORDERS FOR ORNAMENTAL WORK PROMPTLY
Sneelmens at Morse's Palaee of Art.
Residence, N. W. corner Fifth and Jefferson
INSURES POPULARITY EVERYWHERE.
Remington Sewing Machine
Is now acknowledged to be the
BEST FA1HLT SEWING .IACHIXE
In use, Jer many
1st. The Mechanism ts superior to any other
3d. Tbe Material used In tbe REMINGTON
SEWING MACHINE I Solid Steel, and every
wearing part ts ease hardened and adjustable.
Id. It will sew wtth equal facility Silk Twist,
Linen Thread, or Common Spool Cotton.
4th. It wlli sew from the flnestof laee to four
thicknesses ot leather, without any change of
tension or needle.
Mb. It Is the ltd litest and stillest running
Shuttle Sewing Machine In the market, there
being many more reasons why you should ex
amine the REMINGTON before nurehaslBg.
Every REMINGTON SEWING MACHINE
Is warranted by the Company and Its Agent.
Per ORBOON, WASHINGTON, and IDAHO,
First SC Bear Salmon, Portia ml, Oregon.
Are Invited to call at
'THE WHITE HOUSE!"
AND INSPECT THE
NEW SUMMER STYLES
Dress and Millinery Goods!
LADIES' LINEN SUITS I
SacqucN iiikI DoliimiiH,
Tbe stoek ts complete and varied, the goads
seasonable and elegant, and the prices rea
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
7 N'o. 87 rirst Street. St
FUnXITUUE XTFACTl'IUXG COMPAXi,
And dealers In
aMU'BTS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATS, RUGS, CURTAINS,
WALL PAPER, SPRING BEDS,
HAIR MATTRESSHS, Btc
Hales-rooms, Corner First and Yamhill Sts.,
tjteara Factory, Corner Front and Madison SW.
PORTLAND, OREGON. i
CAPLES & MULKEY,
lloom No. o, oua I'elloHV Ilulldlug,
VY t;nUanE.ROS,,rT -'O PERSONAL
riUo'i to business Intrusted to their
FLEISCHNEB, MAYER & CO.,
Front and First streets, bet. Ash and A,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
MR. MAYKIt HAS MADE VERY EXTBN
lve purebaesof a lull IlBeof
Direct from the MBnafaeturers and Importers
in New York. Oar Stoek will consist ol the
latest styles and shades of
JTcittlterr imrt riuiiieH,
Ribbons, Plain, Cros Grain and Fancj-,
Silks, Yclrcts, etc., etc.,
To which we Invite the attention of the Milli
nery Trade or Oregon aim wasutngion iem
lory. Being the only Wholesale Home In tbe State
Importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from
New York, we will be prepared to offer extra
Inducements to our Friends ami Patrons.
Price only $.
AN KASY RUNNING
it oil I tie ,
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
rrUIB WILSON MRNDING ATTACHMENT,
JL doing all kinds ot repairing wtthoai patch
tar. jd sen fee. All kinds or hewing Machine
NRKDLrSS kept constantly on hand, l'rtce, 0
cents a doseu.
JOHN' II. tl.lItltl.SO.V,
Agent for tbe Wilson Sewing Machine Com
pany, No. 1 Front street, Portland, Or.
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES
Corner Second and Taylor Streets.
Reasonable Charges for Hire. Particular At
tention paid to Hoarding iiorses.
Orders tor Hacks Promptly Attended to. Day
eir Orders mar be Ml at the Slubles.or at
the store of Planet-: Roberta. ' S-M
OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY.
General Forwarding- and Commission.
Frelehlaml baaaace forwarded and delivered
with dispatch. Pianos and Furniture moved.
Orders for Hacks Promptly Attended to. Day
Oflice S. M. Cor. Second and Stnrk Stn,
"Mark, Care of O. T. Co.
BARBER &. NICKLIN,
(Successors to J. IL Hatch,)
No. 108 First street, IVirtiand, Oregon.
riHIE UNDEItSIGNKD, IN" TAKING LEAVE
l or i-ortianu. returns nis sineere inanss mi
tne liberal patronage that has been bestowed.
and would bespeak for his successors n contin
uance or the same. Both Drs. Barber A Nick
II n are gentlemen In every way worthy of any
confidence tbat may be placed In them, ami as
soen I can conscientiously recommenu mem
to my former inenus ami patrons.
-2t J. II. HATCH.
v-'ttTICK IH HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
l undervigned administrator of the estate of
Alvls Kurr. mat all ereuiiors ana an persons
havine claims sealnstsahl estate are required
m nni.iiL Hie same with necessarv and nrorer
vouclK-rx, within six months from the date of
this notice, hi tne umiersigneu nuministraior
or the aid ejtaie, at ine oinceoi u. r. to
tiorni-v-at-law. Odd Fellows' Temple. Port'
land, On-con. And all persons knowing them
selves to be Indebted to the said estate will
pleaeoine rorwanl and settle ine same.
July 12. :a78.
Foot ol Yamhill street.
A I.I. KIN IJ.S OF WOOD,
Sawed ami unsnwed, constantly on hand, and
Ice Croarri and Soda Water
ALISKY &. HECELE'S
PREMIUM CAXDI MAXUFACTOUT,
First M bet. Alder aud M orrlson.
J. N. DOLPH.
E. C. BROMAUGH.
C A. DOLPU.
DOLrn, brosaboh, Dotrn simo
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND
TNVITES HIS OLD PATROLS AND TIIE
J. l"uniic genera-j --"- -
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
WaablnKton one d-r east or Third.
FISHEL & ROBERTS,
Leading Clothiers and Hatters,
Corner rtrst ami Alder atrccts.
PORTLAND OREG JN
WE MEAN ITI
HAVING PURCHASED A FINK STOCh.
OF CLOTHING from a Large Importing
and Manulaetnrlng House (about to retire
10 vr.lt V.EXT. LESS
Than Actnal Manufacturing Cost, we are ena
bled to sell ULU' llirtu lor lm jioney man
It was ever belore offered In this State.
Our stoek is complete In Every iieiau,
Prices Low, and (Quality or Goods of a Su
OUR HAT DEPARTMENT
Is under charge of a
And the Stock Is
Now, Frosh and Stylish.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Wilt always have the beat of attention
AND A COOD FIT WARRANTED.
OB-Glve us a call.
riSIIHI, &: IlOItEHTS,
Corner First and Alder Streets,
6 (Straw bridfe's new Building.) S3
Sewing Machines !
Sewing Machines !
Sewing Machines !
These popular Machines are now sold at
greatly reduced prices. Call or send for prices
before purchasing any other.
Machines sold on note or lease, and a liberal
discount for cash.
Till SIN'GIIK 31" I (J C03IPA.VY.
WILLIS a FRY, Manager.
IS First street, between Yamhill and Taylor,
roruana, Oregon. i
fUnder this head will an near from time to
Ume testimonial, verbatim, of eases treated
for CATARRH and other CHRONIC DIS-
K AS ICS br OR, JAMBS KECK. AddraM hv
mall or call and see tbe parties In person
whose names are subscribed to testimonials.
Portland, July M, 1S7S.
Dr. J. Kbck and the AFrtacrun Dear Sir
ami Psiinds:-This Is to certlfr that I have
been afflicted with Catarrh In my head for
twelve years, ana about nve yearn ago I saw
that it was falling to my lungs. I was almost
blind and deaf, and It was only a matter of
lime wnen i woaiu me wiin consumption, l
nail got so oaa mat wnen i wooia lie aown at
nlehr the mucus would dron Into m v throat.
and I would bound to ray feet and cough, al
most strangled to death. I made Inquiry what
was best to do. Some said Marshall's Catarrh
SnuIT was good, and .Sage's and Pierce's were
also recommended to me; so I commenced on
Marshall's, but It did roe no good, and Sage's
and Pierce's also met with tbe same ungrat I Ty
ing result. After trying all these, and many
others, I was yet slowly dying. I bad taken
medicines aimut rour years, ana neing no bet
ter, I sought tbe treatment of good physk-lans ;
but tbelr medicines railing to have tbe delied
elfeci, I gave up all hope of recovery. At last a
fHeud told me of Dr. Keck, and I consulted
him. lie told roe be could cure me, and would
guarantee a cure, the guarantee being to refund
me my money If he did not succeed. I told
him he was my doctor, and took a bottle of his
remedy home. I now am on tLe sixth bottle,
am almost well. If I get no better, money
could not purchase tbe benefit I have received
from this medicine. For further particulars
call at the First Toll Gate, south of Portland.
W. O. JEAN.
Kait Portland, May 8, ls7g.
To Those SrrraalNO raox Catarrh: I
would state that I have been alBlcted with
Nasal Catarrh for twentv-flve vears. I had
continual aching pains over tbe eyes, and for
auout niteen years nave been troubled witn
soreness in the stomach and left side, and
could smell nothing. In the meantime. I tried
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, San font's Itadlcal
Cure for Catarrh, and other remedies recom
mended by menus, besides remedies from
local physicians, all of which failed to cure.
and the best gave but slight relief. About six
weeks ago I met Dr. James Keck. He said the
trouble in my stomach and side was caused by
the Catarrh having extended down to lboe
points. lie also said mat ne had a sure i.-ure
lor Catarrh, and he could cure me. About live
weeks ago I began using the "Kure Cure. The
pain over my eyes has disappeared: the sore
ness In my stomach and aide is gradually dis
appearing; mysenseof smell lsreturning,and,
in fact, 1 feet like a new man, and am con
vinced tbat I will soon be permanently cured.
Any one doubting the above statement can
consult me in person or by mail, and I will re
peat to them Vive voce wuai l nave ir win
mltted to paper. CHAS. II. HAMLIN.
Engineer K. IL Ferryboat.
East Portland, July 12. 1S73.
Dr. Kat-K Dear Sir: This is to certify tbat
I have used your Sure Cute for Catarrh, and
And It Is all yoo rlalin it to be, and even more.
I have hail Catarrh for ten years. I suffered
much with pain In my bead, would take cold
very easy, which would make my throat very
sore. There was almost a constant tickling in
my throat, so I could not sleep. When asleep
my throat would All up and strangle me, and
hit slcbt also was badly affected, to that very
often 1 was unable to read tbe coffee and spice
sign on lamblll street, opposite J. C. Menden
ball's fish market, where I have been at work,
a distance of perhaps lour rods; In fact. Icon hi
feel tbe effect of Catarrh all through my sys
tem. But these troubles have all disappeared
now. I can go to bed and rest all night, which
Is something I have not been able to do for six
years. I hope you will publish this, and tbat
tbe hundreds wbo ate suffering as I have suf
fered may pay attention to this letter. If this
Is Dublished. I would advise any one that may
be troubled with any disease, however bad or
long standing, to call on Dr. Keck. I think he
can core you If any one can.
CHAHLES H. WHRKLKR.
W.C JOHXHOS. P.O.M'COWN. I. A. 31 ACRUM
JOHNSON M'COWN & MACRUM,
Attorneys and Counselors -at-Law,
Will Fraction In all the Courts of the State.
Loans Made on Reasonable Terms. Collec
tions, Including rienis 01 iTinuwi t-ropeny,
promptly made. Abstracts furnished, and
ttaai Ksiale I -eased. Uooght and Sold In Mult
nomah and Clackamas counties. Particular
Attention given to business In the U. 8. Land
Oraoe, Oregon city.
Office Mon nastes' Brick, First street. Port
land, Oregon, and Main street, Oregon City.
Ntenm Iy cine aud Clennlns Works
TVK AND CLEAN ALL KINDS OF SILK
J Woolen, and Mixed Goods, after tbe best
and newest German and French systems. KM
Gloves and Feathers cleaned and dyed by a
new process. Blanketsand Purs nicely cleaned.
Gents' Clothing cleaned and dyed, a specialty.
o. CON'KAIi A CO., Proprietors,
7 JS Second St., Portland, Or. K
nit. j. a. i.knn,
Southwest corner First and Yamhill
A NEW ILLUSTRATED
"In with yon, man ." Pel'tlah said.
"You'd better try to 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."
DAVIO and anna matson.
T3y 3iXrts. -A-bifjuil Scott Duniway,
Editor "New Northwest," Portland, Oregon, .
WITH 11KAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS, AND ELEGANTLY BOUNP
A new epic, from a vigorous and skillful pen, on a subject which occupies a large place In the
social disensalone of the day. The subject to taken from Mr. Whtttler-s short narrative of "Da
vid Matson," with which the reader ts probably familiar. David Matson, a Merrlraac sailor,
was captured by the Algerines (during one of his voyages) and sold Into slavery. After many
years he obtained release and was on his way to tbe home of his boyhood, when he fell In with
his old employer, who Informed bim tbat his wife, believing him dead, had remarril, and,
stunned by his trouble, be surrendered all claim as husband and father to the man wbo had
stepped Into his place, and departed. Mrs. Dunlway has fonnd a theme In this story with
which her heart beats In warmest sympathy, and ber lines flow on In the smooth eadeaee In
dicative of the fullest. accord. She pictures the gentle, tender, trttssfbt Anna and the wily, coy
etotts Pelatlab In vivid colors; and bow years of poverty and longing, and the cries of the bnn
gry boys.com pelted poor Anna to yield to Pelatlab's Importantly,
My poor, nnmated dove," said he,
" And look henceforth for love to me."
A little further on he says:
" Become my wife and yon shall be f
Made happy through prosperity,"
While, If she persists In declining bis advance!, wotMIke, be threatens to abandon her to star
vation and cold. And this Pelatlab was a "deacon,"
- " In exhortation deep and load."
The wanderings of David, Us captivity, release, napless Interview with Pelatlah, discovery ot
Anna's second wifehood, and his sad going back to Algeria, are all told so pathetically that our
feelings ai e deeply enlisted. No one, with any trne sentiment, can read the poem wlthent be
ing thoroughly stirred. The Illustrations are in admirable keeping with tbe passages they are
desbroed to ortray, and a line engraving of tbe
spirit. Are and passion of the poem should give It an extensive reading, aside from the Interest
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National Woman Suffrage Association.
AKTtci.K I. ThH organisation shall be called the National Woman Suffrage AseoetatfcHi.
ARTICLE Z The object of this Association sball be to secure national protectloa fbr women
citlsens lu the exercise of their right to vote.
Ahticlk 8. All citlsens of the United States subscribing to this Constitution, and contributing
not lew than one dollar annually, sball be considered members of the Association, with th
right to participate in lu deliberations,
Ahticlk 4. The officers of tlds Association shall be a President, a Vice-President from each
of tbe stales and Territories, Corresponding and Recording Secretaries, a Treasurer, an Bxeeu
live Committee of not less than five, and an Advisory Committee consisting of one person from
each Stale and Territory.
Articles. All Woman Suffrage Societies throughout the country sball be welcomed as
auxiliaries; and their accredited officers or duly appointed representatives shall be recognized
as members of the National Aasoclatlou.
OFFICERS OF THE N. W. S. A. FOR 1877 AND 18.
Clkx bmcb S. Losi kk, M. D., 2K West Fourteenth street. New York.
'Ale etia Mott, - - Philadelphia, Penn.
Kllxabeth (Ja.lv Stanton. - Tenady. N. J.
Clarinal. II. N ichols, - - - Porno, Gal.
Amy I"ost, - Mocneaier, 1.
Mathllde Franceske Anneke, Milwaukee, Wla
Amelia Hloomermer - Council Ulutft, Iowa
Virginia I. Minor, - - St- Louis, Mo.
Knillv Kobluson. - - - Salem. Ohio
Julia and Abby smith, - Glastonbury, Ct
Catharine C. Knowles. - Kast Greenwich, It. I.
Annie C. Cheney, - - uneisea, .Mass.
Mary Powers Filley, - North Haverhill. N. II.
Lucy A. snowe. - - ttoekland, Maine
Sarah M. Lynde, - - Guilford Centre, Vt
Ollvla B. Hall, - - Ann Atbor, Mlcb.
Marv II. Williams. - - Fort Wayne. Ind.
Sarah Itackett Stevenson, M. IX, Chicaco, III.
Sarah Hunter Stearns - - uuiutn, Minn.
Helen M. Manet. . - Lawrence. Kan.
Julia Brown BemU. - Omaha, Neb.
Allda C. Avery. M. II.. - - Denver, Col.
Hannah II. (Jlapp, - - Carson City, Neb.
Harriet A. Lougbary, - - Amity, Or.
Sally Holly, - - - Lntlsburg, Va.
Emily Pollock. - - Wheeling, West Va.
Annie L Cinlnby. - - Newport. Ken.
Elisabeth Avery Meriwether, Memphis, Tenn.
Mrs. A. U. Swearingen,
wtviuia I., uunoore,
Elizabeth Oakee Smith,
Prances Anne Pillsbury,
Flora MeMartln Wright,
Mary J. Spauldlng,
Mrs. I. Holmes Drake,
Annie II. Hamilton, -Elisabeth
- Hollywood, N. C
.- Charleston, S. C.
New Orleans, La.
- IJlUe Rock, Ark.
.Mrs. w. i-. uuver.
Martha Goodwin, Tnnstall,
Caroline It Wlnsfow, M. lx', - Washington, I). C.
Esther Morris. Laramie City. Wy. Ter.
- Crockett, rex.
Mary O.Brown, - - Seattle, Wash. Ter.
Annie God be, - Salt Lake, Utah Ter.
Hartford, Ct-lKmniH Mollov, -Washington,
D. C Mathllde F. Wendt, -Oakland,
CaLluarollne H. Spear,
Isabella Beeeber Hooker,
Laura DeForee Gordon,
FOREIGN' CORRESPONDING SECRET ARIES :
Laura Curtis Bollard, - New YorkUane Graham Jones,
RECORDING SECRETARY :
Lillle Deverenx Blake, KM East Ktlty-nRh street. New York.
Ellen Clarke Sargent, 1 De Sales street, Washington, D. &
- Rochester, N. Y.
, Bvanston, III.
St. Louis. Mo.
Susan B. Anthony,
.Matilda joslyn Uage.
rtev. oiymiaa mown, -Elisabeth
I'txebe W. Conslns.
Sarah Lanadon Williams,
Sarah J. Wallls,
May field. Cal.
I.iura Rose Wollcott, M. D.,
Catharine .V. F. StebMns,
Abigail ScoU Dunlway,
- Portland, or.
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Ernestine L. Hose.
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San PrancJseo, Cal
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Lsusan A. King,
iieien ii. cooke,
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