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THrR8DAY....SKPTEMBEU 18, IS79.
Tif distant bill the Ions day thro'
Have fainted la ahaxeof blue;
TIk- sun hu been a buroine Are,
Tin- day ha been a warm dealre,
But all desire la over;
The Hrht are fading from tbe wed.
The night baa brought a dreamy rest.
And deep In yonder wood I beard
The sudden singing of a bird,
While here an evening wind has stirred
A pe net thick with clover.
Thr rt'UI - have lost Ibeir lingering tight,
Ti p i: I) is dusky thro' the nlgbl.
Tlx' e..ver l loo aweatto lose
H-i liunnrf with tbe gathering dews.
The skies ate warm above her;
Tin-cricket pipes his song again.
Tin- cows are waiting In the lane,
TIm- shadow fall adown tbe hill.
And m lent Is tbe wble-poor-will;
i:ut thro- Hi.-Summer twilight mill
Yoo sutell tbe milk-white clover.
stiory of tbe day baa ceased,
"In- moon has tiHen In the east.
Tin- d Ut.. nt bilk, tbe meadow Mear.
Are I.1.1 li.nl in moonlight tuft aod clear,
That vella lite Indecape over:
Ai.d liorii of rare and strange perfume,
Inire ax t he clover's o4ro bloom,
I ! ar liMpes, that are but half eoniessed,
D.m thoughts and longings fill tbe bieasl,
'I ill lif again In deeper rest
A mong the blossomed eloter.
A llitle r liw leans upon your knee
Your tired knee that has so raorh to bear
A child dear eye are looking lovingly
From underneath a thatch of tangled balr.
Iprhau von do not heed the velvet tooefc
Of warm, moist fingers holding yours so
Yon d.i not prise the blessings overmuch ;
Yo'i almost are too tired to pray to-night.
But it is blessedness! A year ago
I .lid iw .! uw II ..- t An bMliir
We ar.- all no dnll and thankless, and too slow
To catch the snnsbloe till It slip away:
A , .1 atnw It aAAma nrattKinff stranfe lO me
'1'liat. while I wore tbe badge of motherhood.
1 diit-nxil kiss more oil aim irnmrnj
The Utile child that broagbt me only good,
Andff.eume night when you sit down to rest.
OB miss til" i Ibow on your unro mnee
Tli'tieatk-ss curlv bead tromofTyonr breast,
Tbtsltsping tonenelhat chatters constantly;
If from your own the dimpled bauds had
nd ne'er would nestle in your palm again;
If the wfcUe reel Into tbe grave bad tripped.
I eonld not lilanie'yoti lor your heartache
T under that some mothers ever fret
At tbelr precious darlings ellnglng to their
Or hat the footprints, when the days are wet.
A re ever esacK enongn to maae mean irown.
If I eonld And a little muddy boot.
U reap, or jacket. on my chamber floor;
If I eooM kiss a roy, restless foot.
And bear Jl patter In my Ihium once more;
II I oool-l mend a broken cart to-day,
Tn.raw make a kite to reach tbe sky,
Th - at no woman In tiod's world eonld say
ejlie wes more blissfully content than I!
But ah! tbe dainty pillow nest my own
Is never rumpled by a shining bead!
M v singing hirdling from its nest bas flown
The little boy 1 used to kiss is dead.
Tbe following letter, from Mrs. R. A.
TUeliardaon, youngaet tleter of J. T.
Scott, Esq , of Forest (Jrove, who has
been a missionary for the mst twenty
sir year In Asia, almost opposite Con
stantinople, wag addressed to a brother
In-law in Kansas, ami thettee forwarded
to the Athens ot the Pacific, from which
classic retreat It bas found its way to
our aaussttira. ' We are sure the avornce
reader will agree with us that the letter
noaauMes all tbe greater charm because
it was not written for publication :
Gulf of Tkessalonia, Macedonia, I
French Stmr. Gyplie. May 6, 1878. J
MY PKAR KftoTHKR : If I mistake
not, you are this day three score and
thirteen. May you live forever, resting
at last in the kluedoin or our uod :
Here yve are, Mr. itichardson and I,
on board' the rotmI steamer GyplM, Cap
tain LUle, looking on the fame bill,
mountains and shores and rockiug on
the'aame waters that were looked upon
by I'aui when obeying I lie Heavenly In
junction to "Come over to Macetlouia
ami help us. '
You have iieard before f tile pro
tracted and dangerous illnes of Mr.
Kiclianliou. The whole sickuetw was
attended by a )creat degree- of nervous
exhnusiion, which develpel Into a
chronic (MtKlillon that caused uj all
tuucli anxiety. Hut, thanks to the
mercy of our Heavenly Father, he is
now atiie lo start on a journey lor rest
W'e left 'niiitantinople lat Saturday,
the 31 s nit., tn route for K'g!atid, H -ot-laii
!, ii,"innj and Switzerland, tin
rUeits iloi.ia, Altienn, Naples, LiveriMMN,
Itii1o!i anil IC-ltnhunrh. At Xaple-i we
exptct t i ave tne frenpii steamer ami
take pi-sie in an Knirlish one, which
we iicpe to reach about the 25th of this
month. We ate to go from place to
place blowly ami o,nleiy, that Air. It.
may have rest and the benefit of a thor
ough change. We expect to return to
uoostanlinople by November 1st. We
left nut two youngest sons in that city,
in cue of Kev. Ales. Thomson, D. I).,
agent of the Itrltieh ami Foreign -Itible
Kocii-tv. J hn is learning to ite clerk
lu Hie employ of Her. Mr. Baldwin of
the American lioard In the Jiltde House
in Constantinople. Our daughter, with
her husband ami little Agnes, met us
here to-day. They came in an Austrian
steKoier from I'hiliiomlis, where they
have been attending the annual meeting
of tlie Bulgarian Mission. They left us
in IJebtk, April 2Ut. They expect to
reach their home in Monastir tbe last
of this week.
The rain to-day has kept us on the
steamer, or we should have been on the
nhori, imagining that we were walking
in tin i lotftens or at. raui.
It was proposed tbat we go to Amer
ica, but we thought something more
uuiel woniii he better for Mr. li. We are
seekiug the mast quiet routes and places
Ofi thin French steamer we hnre two
meals a il-ty Sreuklast at Da. Mf uud
dihfur at 5 P. sr. Then, ut S I. M , we
nave t.i only tea, without milk with
some tiuy sweet crackers. Just here the
hell rang for breakfast. We sat down,
first, to artichoke-, to be eaten with
olive r,;!, mustard, salt, pepper and vin
egar ; second, Itologna susage, tin
co.).e.l, :inil sliced thin, and black olives
in oiive oil, aalted and peppered ; third,
cold roast mutton uud chicken, with
lettuce ; fourth, mussels on rice: fifth,
mutton chops and fried potatoes, with
entree of sheens' feet and eurrv
elxtb, rhe-ae Swim, I tulk (( neveJ
saw it iu A . --v-nlh, apples,
raisjpsaiml ehtirrte.; eighth. 1.1 sek cof-
fe. vflth sugar, and nerfeetu- ei,
Breakfast on a French steamer ai vavs
1 l !. .11. . , TS, J
"v(o" miieiBuu ijoiogiia sau-tire
ami ends with cheese and black e..(l"ee
I will try tn write you frequently lor
Ing our jourueyings, and should be in. -a
happy to visit you all In America ome
ugalu btJofe our earthly misiloii closes.
' ' H. A. Hlt'IIAKDSON.
Before marriage: "Ob, my darling,
your votoe Is as musical lo me as a vee
petlfeellr whose tones faH softly on tbe
perfumed evening air! Speak again,
and aaVit'ose words, my beloved, for I
could listen to your voice until tbe
stars are extinguished Into everlasting
night!" .Alter marriage: "X nave naa
Just enStfcri df'vour'clanner, old woman,
and If you don't let up I'll leave the
An eetimable Australl an AOrrvhanAtul.
eut obi eel s to oufsomewlint atr..ninn
coudemnatloa of the so-called "trance
poetry,- extemporized by trance speak
ers. Such extemporization i. ,,.
ooramon. We have a frieud who has
extemporized some quite noble verses
iu uiaaitep; out ne never claimed that
he was spiritually aided. Coleridge tells
us ho extemporized hi poem of Kubln
Khan In his sleep; and we would like to
xeo iue trance poetry lliatcau equal It.
rsow, with uot more than two or three
exceptions, ihe trance speakes who hove
undertaken to exlemimrize in verse
have given us verv itor sliill' iinlei.
Oonsideridg the impromptu character of
tne trance poetry, our correnpoudenl
doubto if any of our living poets could
on the spur nf the moment do as well.
Tills may be; one limn may rattle ofl
disjointed tioueense much more fluently
than another: but it will be iioii'eiise
still, and we do not ee why the fact of
Its being impromtu should make It In
the least remarkable or acceptable. Our
corrcftKiiident wiyi: "Much traili is to
be exiiected, Imlh in the lectures and
ihe oeim; but is it prmlent to denounce
them all In sueli unmensureil Ierms7'
We reply lo our friend: Yes; it is pro
dent, I ecauee it is just. Trash Is trail),
even If it come from the Spirit- world ;
and we, if we este-m It Irasb, ought
to denounce it as such. One great
reason why hardly five er cent of tbe
spiritual communications are good,
earnest, ami truthlul, Is liecause bplr
itualists have eagerly accepted much
worthless sttiir from Us lieing labeled
spiritual. How can we expect great
and pure spirits to commuulcate, If we
are .so stupid In discriminating? We
have had enough of trash. Let us nut
ourselves in the receptive position to get
something better. If the poetry really
comes from a spirit, why can he not
occasionally put a little good work Into
ins poem instead or having it Impromp
tu ? It trould have agreatelleetlu caus
ing his spiritual claims to be recocnlzed:
ami wo hone the "controls" will con
sider the matter. Tteligio liMosophieal
The United States is serviug as a
sort of cosmopolitan sink for the na
tional slop-buckets of the world. The
surplus population of the globe is being
emptied upon our inviting shores.
Three-fourths of all our paupers and
criminal, are aliens. In the course of
an hours stroll here in New York, we
eau meet with the cast-out children
from every country under the sun.
Early marriages are becoming vearlv
aud yearly more common. We are a fast
people, and are increasing at railroad
rate. Our statesmen study the census
when they want to pud up the republi
can pride. Our politicans consider the
family merely as a manufactory of
voters. In spite of our weakly
women and the awful army of active
abortionists, we double our population
faster than any other people. Want
and beggary are common in every elty,
and every thoroughfare is infested with
tramps. Jstrge ramllles are universally
found among our working classes,
which uot only drag down and cripple
the parents who huve to toil for their
support, but produce the present state
o f I o w wages a ml d i sh ea rtenl n g d ru dgery ,
consequent upon the numlier nf hands
untiling inr work being greater than
the capital for their employment.
Ihytiologist and Family iHiytician.
What a Western Eihtor Savs.
Iu Boston, women may now vote on
certain educational questions, but this
concession is so small, is so grudgingly
extended, and surrounded with so many
restrictions, that we are not surprised
that the women of that citv fail lo avail
themselves to auy large extent of the
opportunity granted them. It is cer
tainly no test as to the numlters of
women who would avail themselves of
lull, free, impartial suffrage. Only
when clothed with all the powers ami
responsibilities of citizenship will
either men or women fit themselves for
their duties of citizenship. This timid
mode of procedure is characteristic of
B -slon, where Harvard eucouraces cirls
as outside students lo )lck up crumbs
mat tan irotn the university table
Girls of spirit goto Cornell, Michigan,
Minnesota or even Vasir rather than
be thus humiliated. When women can
vote on the same terms as men. not
only thousands but lens of thousands of
the best women in every State will be
seen at the polK Hinnrtipolis Spec
Tre A.I-.I.. 1! I ........ t . ..-..
e. . x . u'sns, Miiiriceti
years the wife of George E. Lucas, of
Greeupolnt, has brought suit .agaiust
George Btillwinkel, & llnuor-dealer ut
Vn fiis ta,1l..,lo.. ...... .
... - cii.ic, wf ircukm
?2,000 damages. Her complaint sets
forth that until lately her husband was
sober ami industrious, but that since
May, 1876, the defendant, contrary to
the requests and entreaties of the plaln-
HH t. !.l I , i , .
, "i" oo iiei uusuum liquor aitu
illililrasi him In ui i n . I 1. i . ...
- - - ...... ... . 'j.iiuuDi inn in ii ii ey .
It Is alleged that while under the liiflu-
PIIC-M of lioonr tmrnliaCAil fst. Tr,.ll...i..
kel, Lucas struck his wife, and that J
uuw ue is uroaen uown in health, unfit
for business, ami unable to support
himself antl family, on account of the
liquor sold him by defendant. A simi-
I ! T 1 1 I I li.., luu,,, I . . sr T
for Sin nnn 9Miiia t. ....... v n..i
saloon-keeper In Mauhattau avenue, and
James Sparrow, owner of the house iu
which the saloon is kept. B.ith suits are
brought under the Civil Damage Act of
iu o i . j- i
Imagine the particles of air webrealliR
flying about at the rale of eighteen
miles per minute, a velocity exceeding
that of a cannon ball, a velocity which,
If the partioles were all meviug-lu one
direction, would constitute a tornado
teu times more violent than any
terrestrial Hurricane: mow is It, then,
that we can survive the Incessant bom
bardment of such a storm of nroiectiles?
Simply because the-parlicles are moving
In till directions, so as nearly to counter-
rmlunoe each other's momentum.
L,. Jl. Vurtus.
A-I.Vr Ir'Olt Till: JEW XIIKTIIWI-ST.
The following persons are duly authorised lo
set as Ajrents for the N KW Noarn veerr
D. l. Gray Albany
Mrs. j. i. pw .- u lalrm
Mrs. Uttlie Heam Enrenerttv
Mrs. U K. fniebslel .IuJrmiwl.
L. U Williams. Hlllsboro
Mrs. Iaaara DeKorceUordon. California
AshbI'er Hen Ion county
W. W. Reach
i). I . iMrter
Mrs.C. M. Folta
Mrs. M. A. Warner.-
Miss Mary Bishop
Mrs. S. A. Nichols
-JSan Jose. tal
.Hpokan Kails. W. T
s- - - tsHigbary
il f. Ilohiaon. ;
Mrs. R. C. Rnlbwti .JZ.'
- . Forest Grove
Mn. j. fveiiy.
Mntj IievSi i ; U-layette
2 i-.-lt:.?'' Johnson .( iregon Vitv
Iw.Bayley. The Ilalles
Mrs. . A. Vswioul " v.. .W'"
Mrs. K B. M alia Walla
Mrs. J. W. JackV.n" .-I"endletou
C. A. Reed JBrownsvllle
Mrs. M. F. Cook ' ' " ...-.Salem
Mrs J. II. Foster Ij-fayetle
J.T.SeoU, Eo " " Albany
Mrs. A. KCorwin Fort -roTW
Lee lisViJbiln"'.'. -n Fnnnleo
i" wwsiiiuitir names, w,-,., , "
WMhlninoVTerritorrr " ' oroa "d
LIST OF POST OFFICESt
Anbarn. Aacusla, linker City, Clarkavllle,
Kv press Ranch, Hldorado.Oem, Humboldt Ha
sln. Jordan Valley. Rye Valley. Mai bear,
tsstmc, anjBnor CreeV, 5rt)i I'owsjjr, Hon so,
Alsea Valley, Ourvallla. Collins, KltuTs
Valley, Liberty, Utile Klk, Newiort, N'ewton,
oneatta. l'lilhimatli, Starr's l'oint, Summit,
nil, i aniaa, jiunroe, iiuewater.
leaver, Ibitle Creek. Canny, Clackamas,
Clear Creek, Cuttlncsyills, ibuaaseos. Eacla
Creek, (Had ThIIbs. IllfaMid, Toialla7Mrl-
wwiif, .ef-ay, .-frvon,ureaon vity, uswexo,
Hand r. Honswmter. 7.ten Kaw Ua. t-arlow.
Mills, t'nion Mills, IVmne's Perry, Pleasant
iiouie, mupi l-uiut, Hutnoru, viola.
Astoria', Clinon, Jewell, Knapna, Sehalera,
BkliHUMtn, feaaMe Hoos.-. Wcmnori, Utiuiiu
Ulney, .suinmer House, rnrt Cialaop, MlsUn
Coos Oily, CVKiollle, I Iocs. Kmplre City, Ku
chanted l"ralrle.Kalrvtew, Ilarnmnsvillt., lien
ryvilie, Marshfield". N'ortli Hend, Mt, lun
ikilpb. Kllkiii. Hltkuni, UUer city, Randon,
1 1 ravel Ford, Iowu Hlongit. FTaedom, Vlrll.
Point, Norway, Saunter, Parkersbnrc.
Columbia city, ClaUkanie, Marstdaud, K.i
tiler, IUvenOe. St. llelelw, Sanvie's Island,
SeapiMMMr, Clear Creek lininii, Vernoma.
(lieffS?,KllenbunE, Port urford.
Camas Valley, Cleveland, Cole'. Valley,
Drain, Klklsm, Galeavllle.tiardner, KellogK's,
iiKinuMue. jiynrw ijreeK .lunn uanyon
vllle, Uaklaad. Paas Creek, Ibsmbsira, Kcott
burc.Ten Mim,UlMsUH Cltj', Wilbur. Yoncalla,
Uak Creek, Day's Creek. Eft Creek, Elk Head,
Fair Oaks, Hoond Prairie, aatpbarHnrlnys.
Alvord. Csnroll Citv. Camo Watson. Ifctv-
vllle, John Day City, l'ralrie City, larkersville.
x-ntenaru-s, jsuniier, uamp iiarney, urantte,
Mouuinent, ML Vernou, l"enolK.
Amilesrate. Asblaml. UrownsbonHirh. (Vn.
trl IVdnt. Rwle J'oilll. Grunt's Pass. Hot
inrlns:4, Jacksonville. Lnkori, lbo;nlx.
Rock Point, Sam's Valley, Table ltncW. Wil
low r-prisurs, nam hi, dk utiue.wiiimifis' creek
Fool's Creea, Dardanelles, l'knieer, Woodrllle.
Klrby, Iceland. Slate Craek.Waido, Altbonse,
I.ucky Queen, Murphy.
Antler, Bonanza, Dairy, Chewttueati, I trews'
aiiey, uopw iskv, Lsiae view, ijaniceii val
Blc Prairie. Cottace Qrove. Creawell.
Camp Creek, Cartwrlelit's, Dexter, Rngene
uLyv, rranaiin, juueuon. tone 'iom. Mo
disk. 1-ieaaaiiL 11111. aauisw. stiMuwr f Tnwk
Springfield, Trent, Willamette Forks, Cheaher,
...' ". , inaMV eHlwillHinmniW,
East Fork, (late Creek. Uosheu. Ida. Irvins-
Isabella, beaburr, Uverpool, Mabel, MeKenale
nnoge, uunani, u aiterviue.
Amur., im i-isinv, urownsvi.ie. ursvr
fctNiuvllfi, I kluIll.L... I Will -..l -J -1 ..
rtiuae, nsfruwiir, xiams lutuen, iiaisey.
ordan. Ibatna. MUler. Muddr. Ml. PleasaaM.
Peoria, line, Selo, Sbedd's, Soda Noli ua So
da vll le, Sweet Home, uakvllle Tangent, Water
field, tie'rvals, Ilnb'bard, JetranoH, Marion,
Monitor. Newellsville, Saltn,Kllvero, Stay-
ton. rjL aaui, innier, nisnmrn, Aiaer, liow
ell l'ralrie, Mehahem. Sublimity.
V t T V.. I ... I ll.l.ull ,1 I 1 ,1
St. Johns, Willamette .Stoagh, Alblna, Hooster
KcK, an vies.
Helliel. Kur na Vista. Dallas'. Eola. Klk Horn.
Grand Knnde, Independence, Uiwoin, Luekla-
inute, iwtsvine, Mimmouin, t-erryasie, nie-
resui, miisvitie, zena.
Garibaldi. Kllcbes, Netarts, Nestockton, Til
lamook, Trunk, Nehalem.
Butter Creek. Heppner, Inoa, Marshall,
Meadowvllle, Milton. I1MK lloes, itnoieiou,
Umatilla, Weston, reuyavuie, uvtnun, i;en
uevllle, Midway, Willows.
Cove. Island Citv. LavXIraode. North Powder.
Summervllle. Union, Wallowa, Indian, Klk
Flat, l'ralrie Creek .tmrte..
Antelope. Bridie Creek. Hood River. Mitch
ell. ML Hood, l'rluevllle. Kockville, Sbellrwck,
Spanish Hollow, Tbe Dallea, Warm He-ring
Wasco. Wlllonirniiy, neasii, nne ireea, uone
Rnelc. Hake Oven. Crown Itnek. Camp lolk.
. . .' . . T. It 1 11. .
iwciihiw, mii iiwuira, hiujubj , j i,
Spring Valley, Tyak Valley, Upper Oclioro,
Cascades fioet. Waplnltla.
n . ... ,11,1 ,...-.. I .. tutl..
lyiTn - - ii , v '-i i mii,,uwi ciiu., " - - t , .
est Grove, Ulencoe.Greenville, Hlllsboro, Mtd
dleton. Mountain ttale, Peuke, sholl'a Ferry,
ay lor Ferry, Tualatin, Wapato, Centerville,
Gale's Creek, Uaston, Jona, Reedville, West
ette, McMlnnvllle, North Yamhill, Sheridan,
Hi. joe, Vi eas lbodiivbi, n uvkwnimi, iicvnrre
WAStllNG r. TZSKRITDItY.
( lilui cou.N-rr.
Keah Bay. Mew Duncencss, Port Anjicles,
CLA BR K.
tuille t round. Brnsb Praliie. Fourth Plain.
Mania's HI a n, Ploueer, cHouifbiwu, Union
KJdee. Vancouver. Washougal. Fern Prairie.
Im Center, Hayes, Yaleolla.
Oedai ville. Chehalla Point, Elma. Hoonlam.
Monteslno, Makvllle, Sataop, Sharon , summit.
AlnnwU.Rurksvllle. Davlon. lmeroy.Tuk-
anon, Aniietta, Central Ferry. Marengo.
Castle Rock. Freeport, Kalama, Ixwer Cow-
llti Umitk-rllo. MLOftrrln. Oak i-ulnt, Pekla,
SID erlsike, Coweeman, Olequa.
t-onnevllle. Coveland, Dugally, Vlkalady,
Port Discovery, Port Ludlow, Vot t Townsend.
H.aek lUver, Dwamtsh. FWI City. SeaUte.
Hlsughter, Snnanalmy. sothok. -viie, nrrer.
Cherry Vallej, Novelty ,JIIItou,Osceola,lleiun.
fwt Hlkelv. Port Gamble. Port Madison,
Port Orchard, Sea beck, Teckltk
ui-s- ifnnasi. (Vlunibos. Goldendale. Klicki
tat, White Saimon, Blakely, Fulda, Klickitat
Aurernmi, lioSstort, ClielwlK Obwso, Cow
litz. Glen Eden, IJUie Kalis, eaoow wwii,
Mossy 1 lock, Napa vine, Newaakrftn.HI; ookum
chuck, silver Creek, Wluloek, Niwello.
- MAW1S1 '
Arcads, Ugbtville, Oakland, Skokomlsh.
rirocenort, Brookfleld , Kitappton.Oysiervll le.
Ttlventwe. CauUi Hemi, utmy, wooowaru-s
landing, Iy uenier, ir , numu i u,
..,.. t- n 1-1 1 . T Vtjv Vjiw T,Nlfl,
THivmifnn. stellaeontn City. Taeoma. Alirer-
own. Carbon, Actoh, Summer, Muck, Wllke-
.. SAN J0AN.
PAn JuaWrlpaSrOtcis.luiSt Sound. Friday
rnurville. iViwell. Mukllleo. Snobomlsb
Tulaltp, Paak'l'loea, .Stem wood.
Ca wades, Colt In landing.
(Tsb Creek, Bar lk. lurt Colvllle. Hang
man's Creek, Pine Grove, Bock Creek, Rosalie,
Spokane Brllir,ipotaHe PalK Union Ridge,
Coal lla.uk. Beaver, Miami Prairie, Olyrapla,
TanalquolL Teiilno, Tnmwaler, Yelm, Inde
Catiilamet, Eagle Cliff, Skamokaway, Water
fonl. WALLA WALLA.
Pataha Pnrtrie. WaHsboUrS Walla Walla,
Cetlar Grove, Gsernas, Ia Connsr, Ibmbl,
iAimml, linden, N'oolsaehk, Point William,
Samlslu- Saaltpme, Ke4limpo, Ship Harbor,
.Ship Island, Skact.Truder,Wliatcoin,Fldalgo.
ledar Creek, Colfax, RwarUtvUle.Owenshars,
Palou-, Steptoe, Union Flat, Walton, Clinton,
Lellelivllle, Panawana, line Creek, Knsalla,
Analone, Lincoln, Ialaha City, I'nlonrown
AlUuum. Kllentburc, Fort Slmcoe, KllUtas,
Ronrtowoek, Nanum, Pleasant Grove, Selan,
Money Order Offices.
OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.
ri0 TAKB KFFKCT SUNDAY, SKIT. 1.
J. 1878, at Km.
Dal'y (Somlay excepted) as foltows:
PORTLAND, AKD UOSBBURO
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a sPECtrre KMtar for all diseases of the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS.
I0R DKRILITY. IOSR OF MRMORY. IN
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ly Epileptic Fits and Consumption follow.
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Is on ench Ilollle.
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A NEW I L L:U S T R A T EiD P GE M !
'In wiih yoo, tu:m " lV'Tnah sa'd.
'You'd liettcr try t.- earn your brea I
Than like the birds to bill and coo
'Twill do for them lo sigh ami woo.
For they have nothing else to do."
DAVID ANJ ANNA MATS O N
U y ttx'Fi. jVlirl Seott lUil.i-V3",
Suitor "Sew Xorthwcat," Portiaai, Oregon,
WITH. BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS, AND KLEGANTLY TJNP
A Kewenie.nxMnla vlxoroos ancl sklllfbl pen, on asabiect which occteteUrcs!ace In tl e
jeM illn iiaslnai of the day.. Tne rabiect la
vfcj 'ataon,' with which Use reader la grobably familiar. David MatiMn,aarruBaeaaiior,
. L.iijiMSM.MiHMwflniltvanrHl and sold Into slasrerv. After nian
yean he obtained selease and was on his sray to tbe home of bis boyhood, wbes) befell In with
'hte old employer, who laformed him that his wifr, belleTlrut him dead, bad remarried, and,
Hot) Bad by Ms Unable, be surrendered all claim as husband and father to the aaaa who had
sietftxal yito his place, and departed. Mrs. Iraniway ha found a theme in this story with
which her Dean Man us wannosi aympsuny, ana mr ones now on m --
ilicatlvs of the fullest accord. She pictures the gentle, tender, trustful Abbs and t wily, cov
etoos Pelatiak in vivid colors; and how years of poverty and tanging, and th cries Of tne hun
gry boys, eaorpel led poor Ansa to yield to Pelatlmh's Importanlty,
Jty poor, unmated dove," said be,
And look henceforth ssr los to me." - -
A Httie farther on he says:
" Become my wtf and you shall be
Made happy th rough prosperity," ,
-Alalia, If she pmisU lo declining bis advanoas, wolf-like, h tbreataos toabandou bertostar
vaUosi and cold. And this Pelatlah was a -deacon, '
' " In exhortations deep and load."
.Tbe wanderings of David, his captivity, release, napless Interview with Pelatlah, dlacovery ol
Anna's second wlfcbood. and hi sad going back to Algeria, are all tod so pataetlealty that onr
feallBss are deeply enrlsted. No one, with any true aentlment, eaa read the poem without be
lni.lhumua.lilj stirred. The II lustrations are in admirable keeping with the passages they are
designed l portray , and a fine engraving of the author la a fitting frontispiece. The subject
l4tU,gre and passion of the poem should give it an extensive reading, aside from tbe Interest
wbleb tbe litsrsry reputation of the author m uit awaken In Ik As a specimen of book-making
thevolnme ISc riamiv ImmiuiIuI. and woul.l adorn any center-table.
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ill BBBBS W gKNHB, Sim rOUUK VlgOT Ut TllSSS Sft
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