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THUB8DAY.KOVEIBER 2S, 1878.
Grand ThankeglYiog matinee this af
ternoon. Iliw Dnreon read at the Tbler
Boval. at Victoria, on Monday awl
Tuesday evening of this week.
W. H. jSMioger, of tbis city. h. been
appointed major-general of tlie Oregon
State Militia, by Governor Thayer.
Those desiring to K vineear
should patron iie the vinegar worKtj, J,o.
47 Tylor street. See aderUeeieHt.
Mr. Mairoire'n dramatic noiapany will
start for the tjoutKi ana viatorttt on a.
abort profeaaioosl Umr on Monday.
The Aurora restaurant etill aostaiits
its popularity as the wfeee where a kwmI
square meal can be obtained for only SS
"My wife aud I" have never eoJoved
better health. "We are now ueiiiir the
third bottle of Ifumler'n Oregon Blood
The refruiar course of lecturer in the
Medical department of Willamette Uni
versity will begin in tbie eity on the
16th of December.
Remember A bell is not behind, but
ahead. First premium for the het
cabinets, cards and retouched photo
graphs at the late State Fair.
Miss H ode den, Ions a teacher in the
public schools of this city, has gone to
California for her health, intending to
spend most of the winter at Napa.
Call at the White. Hons and exam
ine the tasteful and decant dre& goods,
millinery goods, cloaks, etc., which are
to be found there iu endless variety.
Fever and ague instantly cheeked
and soon cured with a few doeea of tite
celebrated Willamette Fever and Ague
Lat week of Frank Mayo's engage
ment at New Market Theater draws to a
close. Do not let lite opportunity !
of seeing him In one or more of his
BolldioK in various parts of the cUv
is proceeding as If It were May instead
of November. IIoues seem to sprint;
1 up as if by magic, regardless of the rains
' tnat usually interfere wiui building pur
At Ferrara'a grocery store. First
street, between line and Ash, will he
found the largest aad finest variety of
terns in the eity. Satisfy yourself as to
tneir quality by calling aud sampling
Notwithstanding the hard times, the
tables at tne Morning Star restaurant,
corner of Second and Washington
streets, are bountifully sopplieil with
delicacies, as well as the substantiate of
"Home, sweet home," is not
plete without a bottle of Plunder's
Oregon Blood Purifler. It Its truly a
The annual fair of the ladies of the
Catholic Church in thi eity opened on
Monday evening in Red Men's hall.
The articles on exhibition are numerous,
costly and elegant. The proceeds are to
be given to the cathedral fund.
Olds & King make announcement
elsewhere that it will be to the interest
of the ladies to read. The goods ottered
by this firm are carefully chosen, excel
lent iu quality, and reasonable in trice!1.
Remember the Third -street store.
Workmen on the new cathedral have
been somewhat unfortunate, Ave having
been injured more or less seriously since
it was begun. It almost makes one
shudder to see even the most careful
handling such heavy material ateogrent
The temperance meeting on Saturdav
evening was largely attended and well
conducted. The exercises from flrH to
last were Interesting. Meeting at the
usual piace on next Saturday evening,
when 'a programme of usual interest will
The photograph gallery recently e
tablished on Fifth street, opposite tlie
postotnee, by Messrs. HaroHtri ft Caniti
bell, te already doing a thriviui; busi
ness. The excellence of their work and
the low prices charged insure for them
ft good trade.
"Baby mine" has Improved so mueli
since I commenced giving hei Plunder's
Oregon Kiood Purifier. It is so nice for
the little ones.
Barnom & Camnbell have recent I v
erected a portrait gallery on Fifth street.
opposite the post otfiee, where they are
nreparea to enlarge pictures in oil, from
any kiuu oi a picture, no matter How
badly worn or faded. They also take
ferrotypes in all the latest styles. Thirty-six
gems for fifty cents.
Frank Mayo, whose ensuement ai
New Market Tleater has been a source
of genuine delight to lovers of the drama.
is engaged to appear in Detroit on the
tout or ueeember, and In Xew York
early in January. He tilled an engage
ment in this city seventeen vears avo.
essaying here for the first time the parts
of "Macbeth" aud "Richelieu."
Albert Bartsch has received by the
steamer "Oregon" an additional stock
of pianos aod organs, which lie otters
the public for the holidays, at very lib
eral prices. Fine upright danos from
$350 upward to best Stein way. A se
lection for all customers. Call and see.
He respectfully asks a trial and an ex
amination of prices in comparison to
others. Third street, near Taylor, Port
Captain Carrol, of the eteamhl
"Great Republic," was presented on Sat
urday evening with a pair of marine
glasses, the gentlemen wtweugers
on the last trip being tlie donors. The
lady passengers presented a solid silver
goblet appropriately inscribed. Tlie tes
timonials were given iu consideration of
theeapta4o's untiring efforts to promote
the onui fort of his passengers during the
last long and stormy passage from San
franciieo to this port.
The new Vultarian Church presents an
,"2.1?!i'm?u,ftof Kthe sky. Its
architectural plantBre beyond our ken,
ba wery?Z,'? "ey ire elaborate
unipue and tasteful, ,we presume t, '
are. One thing we do appreciate ail
that is that the floor has a ilaotumt .,
enable those In the rear of the eburch t
see the speaker without danger of dialo
eatfne their necks In the endeavor .
keep hats, piled high with plumes, frHtl
obstructing ineir view.
The jury in the case of the State eg,
Eugene Avery, alia Archie Brown,
alter snort uenoerauon, returned, on
Thursday, a verdict of "guilty of murder
iu the first degree." Sentence was de
layed ten days, giving defendant's coun
sel time for further effort iu his behalf.
The closing argument of Mr. Caples,
prosecuting attorney, was one of con
vincing force. Judge Page also, consid
ering the fearful odds against which he
labored, made a strong plea. The de
leudaot, whose first appearance in the
court-room was unmarked by anxiety,
grew extremely restless ae the evidence
accumulated, and at its close, notwith
standing his heinous crime, was an ob
ject of pity. Auy human heiug can
scarcely be less than this when he stands
helpless under the awful shadow of the
mom . rfgi-Ujtifac
tefiniil Cure for Cancer.
Mrs. Dr. Mary O. Brown takes this method of
saying tn the aMtcted that she ! In poirnton
of a safe, certain, aad painless core for that
most loathsome aod terrible disease knewHas
Camckr, la all lis form and phase. Her
nrmedy la never known to tail. Address Mrs.
Dr. Mary O. Brown, Olympia, W. T. 7-9
Pifcei Toothache Drops core In ooe minute.
NEW THIS WEEK.
OREGON VINEGAR AND CIDER WORKS,
a Taylor street, between 1st and M,
A. M. KERN,
Xaanftacturer of Wine. Cider, and Malt Vin
egar. Lesson. Raspberry, and Hum Syrens
specialty. Goods delivered to all pernor the
We Invite the attention of house-keepers to
oar stock of
hlkachkii and brown sheetings,
pillow cask cottons,
tabus likens, mapkikb,
towels, lack curtaix8,
COM PORTA BLRS, ETC., ETC.,
Which an all sew aad desirable good. We
do not throw water on a few cheap calico s aad
mastlM aad Uy to "bait" the public wRh
them as damaged slock, bat oner gr..t class, re
liable, food at "bottom'
OLDS & KING,
8 No. M7 Third street, rortlaad. Or.
IY100NEY & VALENTINE
LARGE AND COMPLETE SELECTIONS
DRIBS OOOBS, TAJHJC LIXKNK.
nJf.VKIs UXDKB WEA R.
Hosiery and (Viillinery
LOWER PRICES THAN USUAL.
JIOO.VKY Ar VAIiJtVri.VIt
r lay lor, lVirt land. t
The Improved New "Wilson
la lb best, tautest, and BKKt economical
FAMILY SKW1XU MACHLVE
In the world.
It Took Klcten FInt remlums
OREGON STATE FAIR,
Carnylac on Hie Blae on everythmc r
which entry was made.
Tbls Machine ban
SUCCESSFULLY DEFIED C0MPT1TI0N
Everywhere; and I the mot
DURABLE SEWING ryiACHIKi:
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
an Attachment for mending given free.
JOII.V It. tlAKKISO.V. Atfeul,
IS) Front street, between Morrison and Alder.
Also, dealer la all kinds at
YANKEE NOTIONS, AGENT AND
Machine' Needles of all klad warraaled at
Bny cents per dosen. S-S
OREGON STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Portland to San Francisco.
1U3DUCED lVTJES Z
Carrjln? lr. S. Jlall ana N'clls, Pnrso A-
Tka Cttmmam SiMmshlD ComfMar Will dis
patch their new and elegant A 1 Iron Steam
ships THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND
CITY OF CHESTER,
Por above port every live days.
SeeondVandlKirt!?" T. "rat.
to all the prtnelual nS.' ! rrom I-ortland
Toronl? and Monrea?SL"J Unllt States.
For further Dantmi.H ...1
Prelght apply at the Common i! "nd
of AndKonl .trwll. ' T oav. wner
- G. W. WEIDLER, Ant.
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
MRS. HENRY WASHER, I.ATK OF SAN
Francisoo. would Inform the public lost
she has opened a new Millinery Store on the
northeast corner of Fourth and Washington
streets, where she will be pleased lo have the
ladles call and examine her slock. She I sell
ing Millinery AT COST. Csll and examine
prices and be convinced. s-tt
GREAT BARGAINS !
'THE WHITE HOUSE!"
We will oner during the
Klecsnt Wk Hroaaded SUt ft M per J
K-legaat Mk fttneh Hasket Oooda. 1 Mpsrid
Hagaat Klk tfreaeh Camel's lialr
Good KlkTrlmmtairSUk- 31 per yd
All Wool Klk Cash man mmry
The Vory Latest Styles!
Abw.an Immen-e Stock at
LADIES' CLOAKS AND DOLMANS.
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
8 No. S7 Ilr.t Mrrrl. 1
WM. CURRIER & CO.,
103 First Street,
Men's, Youths' and Iloys'
Clothiers and Furnishers.
it only needs an inspection of oar
NEW FALL AND WINTER STOCK!
And OUR PKICRS. to convince bavtm of
ChMbing that we will make It lo their Interest
to trade with us. All ourUlothlng la DOUBLE
MEWED, and a Salt purchased of u u
Worth Fifty Ter Cent. Marc
Than I hat purchased elaewbere.
IN OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
We have made a sreat redaction In
Heine I Tactical Tailor, we cnaranlee every
flarmeat Superior ic Quality. Pit. anil Work-
mananip to any outer nooe in Oregon.
HATS AND CAPSI
We have a lame and suDerlor aoek of the
V BRY I.ATEKT STYLES, and trtl at wry lew
prleea. Our Silk Ilau are made at the very
best manunietorv in San Franeiara. Weasfl
UmVERY BEST for EIGHT IMJL1.A ICS ONLY.
tt yon want the ICEAL VALUE of
cunninn &. co.,
I0i rirt Street. I'orllnnd.
STZEffWAY PIANOS !
BETTER THAN THEY EVER HAVE SEEN.
Three new and very
tents nave seen aooea.
taimam wea wr
t'ERFBCT TONE 1
inmfSory of lianas ba Ik
AI.HEKT BAKKCH, Sate Ai
Third atmat. Bear Taylor, ltottland, Oiigoa.
Also, lor the celebmted
KRANICH t BACH PIANOS,
The best Inatrament for the )rlee In market.
I aim have In my ware-roomaa Nae (lock of
The Best Organs
Always on band to elect from.
V.B. REPAIRING and TUNING llano and
Organs a peeialty. a-1
PORTLAND AND SAN FRANCISCO.
The splendid Lnw-preerare fttde-wbeel Ameri
JAMES CARKOLI. COMMANDER
Will leave I'adnc Wharf for San Kraarlaeo
At c o'clock A. 31..
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28,
Aad on each alternate Saturday thereafter.
Kntei fl tntn;;c nml I'relKht:
Freight at ljoweet Rates.
The nteeraas on this Shin hi SUI'EKIor. Iu
the Cabin on moatol the other Coast Hhip.
and herCaMn AaeommadKUontareaneaaalnl
Djr any outer snip oa tne lweine ueean.
For Freight or Passage apply at the onire.
Faeine Unci, foot if Salmon street.
7-a N. K. INUALLS, Agent.
CATARRH POSITIVELY CURED !
KKCK, THE CELEBRATED
tctor. of Cbleani. formerly of
U Catarrh Doctor,
Aurora, Illinois, is now locaien in roruano,
Oregon, where he gtrea (at his onVe) a FREE
TRIAL of a
SURE CURE FOR CATARRH.
The Doctor treats successfully all Chmnlc
Diseases and Female Weaknesses: eurs Can
cer without pain; has a never-railing cure for
FEVER ami AGUE. Medietnce sent to all
parts of the country, and all proper questi-m
answered through the malt promptly by en
closing two stamp. OmeeOonsnltatlon FREE.
Write, or call and see the Doctor if you are
neetllnc medical aid.
OnVe Strowbridce's Dul id log, corner 1 .t n nd
Alder streets, north of Town Clock, rooms
No.'s IS and 1 1, second tloor.
OtBce hours From a. M. to 13 M., and from I
to5,andloS K s. .Sundays, 1 lo I v. H.
Post OnVe Box a.
Fresh Shoalwater Bay Oysters
ALISKY &. HECELE'S
l'KEMIUM CAXDY MAXUFaCTOKT,
First st bet. Alder nml Morrison.
JHO. M. DALY,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE DISTRICT AND
United States Courts. UIST",cr
FLETSCHNER, MAYER & CO.,
Front and First streets, bet. Ash and A,
Importers anil Wholesale Dealers.
MU. MAYER HAS XAIIK vwi itTlt?.--alve
imrchaseaofa mil Hnenf
laieet Asw the Msoahvctarers ami Importers
la New York. Oar Stoek will enaatst ut the
latest styles aod shades of
lPtMt tllOl'K tllltl lltlHl!K,
millions, I'laln, Oros Grain and Fancr,
Silks, Vclu-ts, etc., etc.,
To which we InvHe the attention of the Milli
nery Trade of Oreson ana warning) iem
lory. Being tHi only Wholeaale 1 1 ee Iu me Stale
Imporuag MILLINERY GOODS direst from
New York, we will be prspar&l to otrsr extra
Inducements lo our I'rlends and ratroRs.
FUKMTUKK II AXUKACTIUMXC COM PAX r,
And dealer In
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATS, KtH. C0KTAIN8,
HAIR MATTRH89W, Kit
Kale-rooms. Comer First and Yamhill St.,
Steam Factory, Coiner Front and MadlwmSU.,
7 FORT LAN II, OREGON. X
"l'niietloiinbl,v the bent .utnliird
Hiirkiil the klml in the World."
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JOHX A. BUCK,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
lit Front street, Portland, Oregon.
Fine Assortment of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWEIRT, AND SPECTACLES
At taw PRICES.
Iain selling American Watche at EASTERN
iiitti'ttw witli Wells Fanro charses added.
NO HUMBUG! Seth Thomas' Clocks at Old
IlREPAmiNO a Specialty.
In Prices I Defy Competition. S-3
FISHEIi & ROBERTS,
Leading Clothiers and Hatters,
Ciirnrr l'lrsl nml Alilcr Irrcli,
TTAVINO PURCHASED A
UP ClXTTIllNO from a Iju-ge ImportlOK
and Manutaeiurlng House (about to retire
Id lKK Ci:.T. I.I.S4
Than Actual Manurarturlne Cot, we are ena
bled lo sell CUITHINO for lm Mooe than
It was errr beiore onrcd In this State.
Our stock is Complete tn Every Twill,
Prices Low, and Kuaiity of (foods of a Su
OUR HAT DEPARTMENT
Is under charge of a
And the Stock Is
Now, Fresh and Stylish.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Will always have the lies! of attention
AND A COOD FIT WARRANTED.
u r(le us a call.
ri.Mli;L !L lCOIIIlKTS,
Corner first nml Aldrr Street,
C (HtrowbridxCs new Building.) K
Tbe popular Marhlnps are now sold at
greatly reduced prices. Call or send for price
before purchasing any other.
Machines sold on note or lease, and a liberal
discount for cash.
TIIII SI.ii:it .M'l'ti tOJIl'A.VY,
WILLIS B. FRY, Manager,
1W First street, between Yamhill and Taylor.
i rortiana, uregon.
i ; I'uder this head will appear from time to
inn- lesiinmntitrs, vernaiim, or rases treated
: l..r t'AI AItllH and other L'HKOMC 1)1
I KSES by DR. JAMES KKCK. Address by
' mail or call and see the parties in person
j whose names are subscribed to testimonials.
PoRTt. r. July 10, lCt
IK. J. KtO'K AND Til K .t Kl I Tt l -lKAK -III
ANl KaiaNlvs: This is to ct-rttli that I hat
lieeu ainicled with Catarrh In fflj hentl lt,r
Iwt ive years, sntt about live ytsr ago I :iw
that it was falHnx In ln liiiii: I -iat hIiii-i'I
hltnd and deaf, mid it sit1. tml a m.itit'i t.i
time sriien i would di wtili i-tni.utupTi)ii J
had gnt ho hstl Unit wl t'li I Wt'iilt !,' i!ia u .il
nlghr the much would dnp int.. my IhiotT.
and I would iMiiind ni ft , t .mtl . - i i r I , . tl
mosl strsnzled tn ile.ith. I m.i 1 1 1 , ' 1 1 r-v wh t
was liest to do 5niif t. tiii l..r-t i '.l.t'ctii
Snuff WS- CMH. :ll. -.i'.'-s .1 1 I'l-i .
alsor Niiniiieiitlttl to in ; - 1 "tu
Mtirsh ill'-.. Iilll I. tlld n.t a . i: ... i.
aud Iitne's alsti i,ie willix.t .,tn,
lug result. After trlns ill 1 1 . .
others,! was ft hw tiin i
, I 111
mediclms stsiut four cn-. .m-i i.
ler, I aought the trc.it mem ! l- l n
but their mdicin-s t ulnor h v '
1 m " t
rk. .iltti I
! w. '
.1. I t..
rlc f.: I,
him. He told me he i-ould curt- tu ,
guarantee s cu re. th Kn.iraiiif. u.
me my money u ne iiu nor sn
him he was my fliM-tor.iind took .1 1
remedy home. I now .mi on tt sitti
am almost well. IT 1 wt no u-nfi. ni'tn
ennht not purchase the Ih m tli I r
from this medhine. For uuihtr .iriirui
call at the First Toll (. -.u;li ! i'nil.n.l
Kast Pom I. M, Mi.v s
To THoar: sikk ik i n. h...m i'makku
would state that I li.. v - I -- 1 : tit 1 . - m
Nasal Catarrh lor iwentv-riw irt. I It
continual aching pain oertiu - .ml r..r
about aftei n years have I ti..T). I si I
soreness In the stoinnch hiiI I.-ii i.l , iin.l
could smell nothing. In the in.' ml ;n.-. 1 1. t.-,l
Dr. S ute's Catarrh Keinedy, Saul..r.l's K.i.lK.r
Cure for Catarrh, and other remedies nfom
111 ended by liiends, besides rem. .lies from
local physicians, all of which tailed lo cure,
.ntl lhs best rave but sllcht relief. About MX
weeks ago I met Dr. James Keck. He said the
mnhle In nav stomach and side was caused bv
the Catarrh having extended down to those
Wilms. He also said mat ne nan a Mure cure
I . .. n .1 .. ..... .Ilm ...a lkn.lt H..
lurLMwniiMiu 1 1. v .... . . . --
weeks ago I began using the "Sure Cure." The
pain over my eyes ha disappeared; the sore
ness in my stomach and side Is gradually dis
appearing; my senseof smell Is retnrntng,and.
In fact, I feel Hie a new man, and am con
vinced tbat I will soon be permanently cored.
Anv one doubting the above statement can
consult me In person or by mall, and I will re-
neat to them Vive voce wnat 1 nave nere com
mitted lo paper. CHAS. H. HAMLIN,
f.niiscvin. n. rerijruuau
East Portiand, July ft. IKT8.
Da. K etk-Pear SIR: This Is to certify tbat
t i.-.B hmhI v.Mir sure Cuie for Catarrti.and
And it is all yon claim It to be, and even more.
I hate bad l.aiarrn lor sn jvmw. 1 sutiereo
much with pain in my head, would take cold
very easy, which would make my throat very
sore. There was almost a constant ticsiing in
my throat, mi I could not sleep, w nen asieep
my throat would BIHtrfi and strangle me, ami
m iht slsi was badly adbeted. so that very
often I was unable tn read the eotlee and spice
sign on Yamhill street, opposite J. C. Mendeo
hall's Hh market, where I have been at work,
a distance of perhaps lour rods; In fact, I could
feel the eireet or uuarrn at! loiwisn at sys
tem. Hut these troubles have all disappeared
now. I can go lo bed and rest all night, which
Is something I have not been able lo do for six
years. I hope you will ubllh this, ami that
tbe hundreds who ate suObring as I have saf
lered may pay attention lo this letter. If this
i. .uihiiahed. I would advise any one that may
be troubled with any disease, however bad or
lone standing, to call on Dr. Keck. I think be
can cure you ii any ooe to.
. nespectiuiiy yours,
CHARLES II. WHEELER.
IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS!
Corner r Sorom! nut! Taj lor Mrc?..
rX!ER THK MEDICAL HI'FKRVlHlOX OF
M. HESLOP, M. D.,
And the general management and care or
W. C. CHATTIN,
Is the celebrated
TJiil.-i:tiiiiu "Vjtlot- Unfit,
(Pine and Hemlock), for tbe POSITIVE CURE
of RHEUMATISM, Acute and Chronic Fever
and Ague, Asthma, Bronchitis, Incipient l"a
ndysls.and disorders peculiar to Isdles. The
CUHATIVK properties of these llaths Is truly
wonderful, we rurnisn tne
And the ordinary COLD AND HOT WATER
Reliable and Qualified women are emnioved
In the Ladies' Department, and every arrange
ment has been made so that ladles takliie
tbese Baths are not subject to exnosnre.aml
can enjoy them without any liinderance or
timidity whatever. Good furnished walllne
luuius. uivu uu oniuniiijra uu UIIUUICQU
A NEW I L L U
"Tu w:tlt Mn, rii.ir " rt-i'inb s.ml.
-Y"irt !-tt.'r try t vurn ymir lr
Than like the birds to bill anl an ?
Twill do fur them to igh and woo.
For they hue nothing eNo to lo."
Uy Tilvn. V.liKTitil Scott Dititi-witj',
Editor "Hew Northwest," Portland, Oregon,
WITH BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTrTlATIOIfS, AXD EIJWANTLY BOUND
A new epic, from a vlgorona and akllllhl pen,
social discussions of the day. The subject la taken from Mr. Whittle rs abort narrative of t; fr
y-Id Matson," with which the reader la probably familiar. David Matson, a Mcrrimae aatlor,
was captured by the-Algerines (during one of his voyages) and sold into slavery. After moy
years he obtained release and was on hie way tn
bis old employer, who Informed him tbat bis wife, believing hint dead, had rewtarriAd,aad.
stunned by his trouble, be surrendered all claim as husband and father to the man who bad
stepped Into his place, and departed. Mm. Dnniway has found a theme in this story tftth
which her heart beau In warmest sympathy, and her lines How on In the smooth cadenes in
dleative of the tallest accord. She pictures the gentle, tender, trustful Anna and thai wBy, cot
elous Pelattah In vivid colors; and now years or poverty and longing, and th" cries eg tha toe
gry boys, compelled poor Anna lo yield to Pelatlahs Importunity,
My poor, nnmated dove, said he,
" And look henceforth for love to ase."
A little further on be says :
Become my wife and you shall be
Hade happy through prosperity,"
While, If she persists In declining his advances, wolf-like, he threatens to abandon her to -vatiou
and cold. And this Pelatlah was a "deacon,"
In exhortations deep and loud.
The wanderings of David, his captivity, release, hapless interview with Pelatlah, diseov i- ti
Anna second wifehood, and bis sad going back to Algeria, are all told an pathetically than sr
wellnga ate deeply enlisted. No one, with any true sentiment, can read the poena wUSnsat be
ing thoroughly stirred. The illustrations are in admirable keeping with the passage thegr are
designed to portray, and a line engraving of the author la a fltllng frontispiece. The sathjant
spirit, lire and passion of the poem should give It an extensive reading, aside from the later-, t
which the literary reputation of tbe author must awaken In it. As a specimen of book-maartng
the volume t e. rT.ltn V l. alt :! . ..'i 1 V , 1? 1 . 1 . ('!'. - !' r-t.,T "t
AVe know of no work o u- el ip. I . iu. ir. I: i inn't 1 ..u i. .v t ,:ited p - -r
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