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V j -. ' JL ! VVV" FRIDAY -JTJXE 14, 1878. KOMEHES. One hundred arrests were made ly the city police during May. women are eneaued in betting type in ove printing unices in this city. The steamship "Ancon" Is mat I op; excursion trij from S.nta Cms to Monterey. The Morning fjlnr Restaurant fur- nifchi excel lent meats, coiner of (SccoihLJ Hllli Hslllllfftotl StUt-l. Professor Warren, liiclpal of the tiiffh S. Iiik1, will visit lua old home in the East during summer vacation. Grand Lodge I. O. G. T. will meet at nod Templar' Hail lu this city on the lath. A larre flriei;atiin in espeeled, The steal quhileite im any decline t. vi-H 11. It. city, to tlie reat disap pointment of our musir-toviug r-o,ie. Kxuniinatinna are (.roirt-sshig in the putiiie M'txioia in a tlioroub nod ryr tematie manner. Vacation in two weeks. Tlie Baccalmirestp rnionat Willam- . elte Cmverxiiy wa delivered last Suu- " day hy Rev. C. V. Anthony, of this city. The Aurora KeMaiirant continues to be a popular resort for those wlio ap preciitlea good square inral well served. V, M. WiImtk has re-established him self in the hoot and shoe business at the old aland, 145 Front street. See adver Oseoetir O. t'onaril & Co., proprietors of tbe American Cleaning and Dyeing Works, do work in their line thoroughly and well. 229 Second street. It la suiil that eisht or ten additional teachers will he required to perform tbe grade work in the public schools of this City during the eimuiog year. Grand Lodge A. F. and A. M., for Oregon ami Washington, couvenetl lu this city on Monday. A large delega tion participated iu its councils. The steamx! ii '-Great Republic" will Biaka the trip from ejau Francisco to this port next week. Traveler are gain jubilant at the prospect of low farea. A large number of dwelling-booses re in course of construction in various parts of the city. They are mostly neat, tasteful, and home-like iu design and surroundings. Mr. A. & Miller &, Son, of Eugene City, are getting up plans ami aperiflea tioua for tbe contemplated bridge across) tiie Willamette between this eily and Eaat Portland. The several lodges of Good Templars in this city bold iulerestiug exercises on their respective nights of meeting each week, aud are rapidly increasing iu membership. The corner stone for the new building designed for the Bishop Scott Grammar School was laid with lieaullful aud Im pressive ceremonies ou Thursday after noon of last week. Te printers' picnic will take place at Vancouver to-morrow, the 15tb inst. From tbe interest aud energy displayed by tlie managers, we judge this will be the picnic ol tbe seasou. We acknowledge a call from Dana E. Pearson, corresponding editor of the Beaoureet of Cnlifornia who visit Ore gou for tbe purpose of finding theme on wbieb to exercise bis pencil. Chaplain Stnbbs, Indefatigable in hU labors in behalf of seamen, represented the "work, purposes, and needs of tbe Sea man's Friend Society" at tbe Pres tyteriau Church ou Suuday eveuing. ft is desired that members of Portland Lodge L O. G. T., and other members of tbe order In tins city will be present promptly at their hall, on ajJonday eventug, to receive aud entertain Gland Lodge delegates. Forty .three patinls were admitted to St- Vincent's Hospital during the mouth of May. Q'iM and I'lcitiitiueae, yoessen- tial to Ihe recovery ot tlie oiek, reign at this institution. Tlie w hole uusHber of patients received up to Juu 1st is 1,298. Chinese to theuumberof 480 arrived in tlirs city tliis week, and were srh jeeted to the close scrutiny of tbe eu-tom-house officials. An unsavory, but mil inodorous, job Is tbe searching of these fellows alter tneir long voyage. Notwithstanding tlie determined op poxitionof Catholics and whisky men, Hon. J. F. Caples was elected promcut ing attorney lor the fourth judicial dis trict by a handsome majority. It takes nerve to fight two such unscrupulous elements, Uncle Tom's Cabin" witb a powerful east at New Market Theater this week. Grand matinee on Saturday afternoon. This rendition by the preseut company drew immense houses fur four weeks at the Grand 0era House, San Francisco, last spriue. We acknowledge a pleasant call from H. H. Bancroft, of San Francisco, au thor of a work entitled "The Native Uaee of tlie Pacific Coast." Mr. Ban croft is engaged in preparatory labor of a history ol tlie Pacific Coast, and his present tilp is one of observation. Tlie opeti temperance meeting will lie t'eld, as usual, on Saturday evening at the room of the Y. M. C. A. Tlie pres ident spares no pal us to render these cieetinvs interesting, and their popular ity attests hiit success. Tbe usual inter estini; programme may be anticipated. "Panel photos," Just introduced by Ahell, the pular artist, are soon to e tlie most x. pular for ladies and gents. Call and see them at his rooms 167 and lla First street, Portland, Oregou. AH stales of woik made by Mr. Abel! are guaranteed the finest in Suisb aud at low prices. !r. Keck Is meeting with unparalleled meets, in the treatment of catarrh. He Kivcs a tree I rial of a sure cure for ea- l urli at hi- of! ire, uorthweel corner of h .rst and Alder streets, Portland. loose u ho are afflicted will never regret call ing ut the Doctor's office, or addressing lnm by mail. r.'innel t. H. Cann, of Salem, has sieii! several days of the past week in tins city in attendance upon the Ma fconic t;r,ii i,.tte. C done! Cann is a sunn.. !, c mi ...a,., advocate. and makts raiding se.i,ea in Good Templar loMeo, - iin-ii an members of tbe order hearken with interest. Davidson Brot tiers, photographers, corner First and Yamhill streets, of this city, have the flnesl and largest camera ami lens in the Slate, mid are preiiaretl for making all sizes ot pictures. Irom i ...-1 1...! ,,, ih 1Trt.Hi7jJ, ! the smallest vein to I lie largest portrait ' or group piiotorajni. ii jrou sstil photo work ot tlie best quality ana nti- ls.ii, at lowest living rates, call ou them. Miss Maria Softer, whose introductory lecture in this city was given on Mon day even i up in the parlors of Mr. Theil son, will, ly luviiatiou, speak iu the iiM'tiire-rooni ut St. Helen's Hall, on s-iluplay eveiiitii;, Biilject, "Deumaik and the Danes." The fortunate few who lisienel to the lady at the lime and place atiove mentioned unite in cotn niendmi; ler us a sjieaker of rare exrel h'tice. We hoe she will tiave a large audience on Saturday et'elilU. The Empress of Russia in seriously ill. Un Tlt.lsltsVfit I.e. a lututi (a.tsltrul n ;onuefor the friends of wjual rlgliU at j TTnlon on the Fourth of July. If her health permits, site will most likely ac cept. Health and Wraith. Both may be easily attained by anyone q heeding nature's warning sod keeping a close watcb over jmptoms tbat may appear, which Invariably are tbe Indication! of an approach lug Illness. Many dollar can be saved and a great deal of suffering avoided by a little at tention to Uw following symptoms, which are aanre sign that either tbe Mood, liver, or di gestive organs are out of order: Conetlpatlon, Indigestion, fullness of blood in the ,oar stomach, coated tongue, lead taste In tbe mouth. and offensive breath, ddll.drowsy, and debilitated feeling, freqoent headache, poor appetite, pain In tbe aide, chest, and limbs etc, etc The highest medical authorities de Clare tbat over two-third of all diseases aie caased either by an impure state of the blood orsnmederangemeutof tne liver and digestive organs. Wnt-n tbe blood Is pare, tbe liver In proper action, and tbe bowels-regular, no owe can ever be seriously or dangerously stek. To purify tbe blood and thoroughly renovate tbe entire human system, nothing has ever re ceived more Haltering certlnoatas than Ore gon's beat vegetable production, Ppusbbk's OMroox Blood Penman, a single trial will convince aayoae that It Is the moat reliable family remedy ever offered to the public for sale by all druggists. Prise, one dollar. Prin cipal Depot and Manufactory, Was. 1 "Tender A Co, Portland, Oregon. 7- Treatment of Chronic lliwaioi. Dr. R. P. Price, office and lesidtnce corner Third and Alder streets, pays ipeclal attention to the treatment of ehronie diseases, particu larly those of a delicate or oma pi leased nature. As a practitioner. Dr. Price ho been eminently successful, and shonld be consulted by all who are suffering from lingering diseases. Hie diploma and tesumsatals are open for Inspec tion. T-J Certain Cure for Cancer. Mrs. Dr. Mary O. Brown takes this method of saying to the afflicted that she is in possession of a safe, certain, and painless curs for that moat loathsome and terrible disease known as Cajecek, In all It form and phases. Her 'remedy Is never known to fall. Address Mrs. Dr. Mary O. Brown, Ulympta, W. T. 7-1 .MIts.sl)IU HCItll, Graduate of the Homeopathic School, and member or tbe Stale Medical Society ot Call forma, makes a specialty of the diseases of women and children. Electrical treatment a specialty. OfficeCorner of Second and Morri son streets, Portland. Consultation free. 7-17 .M'ltCIAl, NOTICE. All business letters pertaining to the New KostTHwasT, and all money doe this office on subscript Ion or otherwise, most be directed lu MBS. A. J. BCNIWAY. ar The National Gold Medal was awarded to Bradley A Rulofsoo for the bast Photographs In the United States, and the Vienna Medal for the beat in the world. n Montawoery streel. Kan Francisco. krjiovpd. Mrs. Dr. & A. Owen ha removed to the Oil man building, opposite the town clock, ant Boor, op-stairs. 7-fci M ISCK LLA XKO US. 3IOUMT HOOD AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT HOUSE. w. s. XEwnrar. DB. 1. A. CMAPHAX. IfEWBTTKY, CHAPMAN & CO., Importers and Dealers In agricultural Implements ! DlH. B Oa"K"W"OBLT RENOWN ED MOWKRS, KE A PICKS, AND fEI.P- niNniN; UAjtvEmicBS, . IMPROVED WHITEWATER WAGON, MORRISON BltO.'S CELEBRATED PliOWS, THE UON SELF-DUMP M'LKT KAKK, " BOSS" SICKLE GRINDER, Threshers, Headers, and TBE XHNBRHACES ATJD CAUKIAGES, For tbe State of Oregon and the Territories of Washington and Idaho. Tbe Fuller A Boyd Sulky, -RELLE OF THE WEST," with Potato Digger Attaehaaent; the best Potato Digger made. Tbe Solky eaa be used to attach a Stock Rake or I tow a well. Tbe RF.ED 8PRING STEEI, TOOTH HAH ROW AND CULTIVATOR, anew and valuable invention. Latest and best of Its class. The CENTENNIAL FAN MILL, superior to all others. M1WKIKV, fll.ll'JIAX V CO., SU Front , and J A 2K First St., IVirUamL ( Branch Houses at Roseborg. Oregon, and 7 Walla Walla. W. T.) as GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES! AT IMS. Mammoth Boot and Shoe Store, 145 FRONT STREET. HAVINti PURCHASED THE ABOVE Bus iness, bltberto eondneted by Messrs. CV. I Coulter Co.. I take this method or Informing the nahlie that I have materially red need tbe prices, and am tally prepared to sell all goods In my line rneapertnaa any nrm in tnis eiiy. I am now receiving from tbe East and San Ffancisco laige lots of I he Latest Styles of Sprln- and Summer Goods, Which I have on exhibition, for sale at tbe Lnwmi Possible Prices. Give meaealL Ex- am-ue my iMurk and Prices. c si. tvinE. Ico Cream and Soda Water ALISKY & HECELE'S I' K EH it a CAXDT MAMIFACTOUT, rirnt St bet. AMjFr anil Storrlson. CIIKIS. SCLOTII INVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AMI TIIE labile generally to eali at hat NEW BUTCHER SHOP, Washington sf,, one door east of Third. vn3f MISCELLANEOUS. Oar Display of SPRING NOVELTIES MHIHrin-ry GrOOdS . Wears HowsoaMed to offer In our 2IILLI N'BRY DBPART3IENT a Complete Sloek of the Ldlest Xovetltes In this Hne.and havhig embfaeed many opporlunHlet presented lo as to puralHise at uiiusoally low rata), we shall oTTer these Goods darlns IheeomlBg seaimn at BXTrtAOUDfJfARY LOW PKICBR. 3IOONEY As 3IOXLEY, II rst St., bet. Yninlilll unit Taj lor. TIIE LADIES Are Invited to eali at 'THE WHITE HOUSE!" AND INSPECT TUB NEW SPRING STYLES Dress and Millinery Goods! IOTKECEDE.NTED BIUCIIXS LADIES' LINEN SUITS I Sactiucs a ml Dolmans. The steak Is complete and varied, the goods seasonable and elegant, and the prioss rea soaabts. LEWIS & STRAUSS, So.W first I Sirrel. M OREGON FUKMTl'KE MAXIFACTriMXC t'OMPAXr, Mann fuel u re rs of And dealers In CiVIlPSIlS,OII,CfJ)THS, MATS, ItIJJS,CUnTAIMS, WALL I'AI'KK.SI'iUNO 1HC1H, HAIR MATi'ltBSSHS.Kte. RalesTOems, Comer First and Yamhill Sts., Steam Rseiorr, Corner Krtmt and MadlsoaSts., 7 PORTLAND, OltHOON. fc THEO. S. S. CO.'S LINE OF NEW STEAMSHIp's, No. A 1 for Ivenly years. Oarrylliff Ihe U. & Malls and Wells, Parejo A Co.'R Kxprssv, will hereafter dlsBatah one of their new steamers, THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND CITY OF CHESTER, About every Ave days, connect! nr. with all tbe rniNCIPAI. POINTS ON TUB GLOBE, cr Coupon tiekrts sold lo all points. 7-s cr.o. w. vi:ii)i.i:tt, .-rnt. TJIS'-rV BEAL, TEACHER OF Plain and Omamenlal PenmansMp. (Graduate of Penmanship nmlrr rroeessor I'. A. Enpina, lo lUrnard's Business Collage, San Francisco, Cal.) ORDERS FOR ORNAMENTAL WORK PROMPTLY EXECUTED. Specimens at Morse's Palate of Art. Itesldenee, N. W. corner Fifth and Jefferson. 7-2 AMERICAN Steam nj-etneand Cleaning Works DYB AND CLEAN ALL KINDS OF SILK, Woolen, ami Mixed Goods, after the best and newest German and French systems. KM Oleves ami Feathers eleaned and dyed by a newproeess. lUanketsand Fursnteelyorsanrd. Oents' Clothing eleaned ami dyed, a specialty. o. comud A- CO., Proprietors, 223 Second SU, Portland, Or. 3S MIS0BLLAKEO08. FLEISCHKER, MAYZE di CO., Frost and First streets, bet. .Uh and a. Importers and Wholesale Dealers. SPRING SEASON. !L MAYKR HAS MA OH VHRY KXT3X- M MILLINERY GOODS, THnat fmm the Manufneiuiers anil Imparters IhTtVw York. Oar Sloek H1 efiostst ol tbe latest styles and stiadw of JTetttlierH uutl Iltiiitc5, French Flowers, Hats, Shapes, Ribbons, rialn, Cros Grain and Fancj, Silks, Velvets, etc., etc., To whleh we Invite the nUendon of the Milli nery Truue or uregon nnu wasoiuKuiu terri tory. ItelBC tbe only Wholesale House in me State IraportliH; MILLINRIIY GOODS direst from New York, we will be preiwral to ofter extra Inducements to our Friends and Patrons. iv-oi Uiiqursttonnbls- the Jirst sustained ilurkul the kind lu llie World." Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTR.VTED. 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A Complete Analytical Index to the first Flflv Volumes of "ilaroer's Magazine" has been published, rendering available lor refer ence the vast anil varied wealth or Information which constitutes this periodical aperrectlllus- traieu literary cyciopeuia. ovu, iuun, wi Half Call, S6S&. Sent postage prepaid. Subscriptions received for Harper's Periodi cals only. Newspapers are not to copy this advertise ment without the express order of llarjver & Heathers. Audress HAItrBK imOTIIKKS, New York, G. NEIMEYER, MERCHANT TAILOR, I'lrst Street, bet. Ash mill I'lnc, KKKPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINE and com plete stock of SCDTCH, ENGLISH, FRENCH A. 06MESTIC GOODS, Whleh are unsarpassed, and whleh he will make up AT COST PKICES E. COKBETT'S LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES (Fma-pnooF), Corner Second and Taylor Streets. Reasonable Charges for Hire. Particular At tention pa hi to Uoardlns Horses. Orders lor Hoeks Promptly Attended to. Day or Night. MS-Orders may t tolt at the Stables, or at I be store of Fisliel & Ilobert. big PIONEER WOOD-YARD, Foot of Yamhill street. JULIUS 80REXSEX. ALL IIIXIIS Or AVOOD, Samel and nnsawed, constantly on hand, and t delivered loan) part of the city. 27 j. noLpn. K. C EKO.tAUOU. JOS. SIX0X. C. A. DO LP II. DOirn, BROXiCGU, DOLPn 1 SIH0 Attorne vi-at-Law ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE. POQTLAND. 2-tfttf JNO. M. DALY, Attorney-at-Law, ' DALLAS, OREGON, w ILL PRAOnCE IN THE DISTRICT AND Unilea euues tiuru. iks MISCELliAlfEODS. FISHEL Sc ROBERTS, Leading Clothiers and Hatters; Corner Tlrst nnd Alder streets, POKTLAND - - - OltEO iN WE MEAN ITI HAnNO PURCHASED A FINE STOCK np r-liirlnsTl Imm a Lara Importing and Muiiulaciurlue Houve (about to tetlre from btlues) 40 PKlt :i:xt. IBs Tlian Artual Manuraeturtns Cost, we are ena bled to sell CLOTHINf! for Lees Mone than It was ever before ottered In this Stale. Oar Stock Is Complete In Every Detail, Prloes Low, and Quality of Goods of a Su perior Orade. OTJE HAT DEPARTMENT Is under eharze of a PRACTICAL HATTER, And the Stock Is Now, Frosh and Stylish. OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT Will always have tbe best of attention AND A COOD FIT WARRANTED. DCOIve us a call. . risiinff .v itt)iii:nrs, Corner first nml Alilrr Streets, 6 tstrowbridre's new Building.) e SINGER SINGER SINGER Sewing Machines ! Sewing SViachines! Sewing EWJachines ! GREAT REDUCTION! GREAT REDUCTION! These popular Machine are now sold at greatly reduced price. Call or send for prlesH before purchsdlis; any other. Machines sold on note or lease, and a liberal discount for cash. tiie si.c;i:k svra cojipaxy, WILLIS a FRY, Manager. 1M First street, between Yamhill and Taylor, 7 Portland, Oreaon. 1 NO CURE, NO PAYI D K. JAMFS KKTK, LATE OF AUROR,. ill.. taes measure in inaKinc tne loiiow- iu( Announcement to ine Amicteu : fie will slve a FREE TRIAL of a SURE CURE for CATARRH. No cure, no pay. Con sultation on all chronic and private diseases FREE and strictly confidential. Don't tall to see tbe Doctor. Remember that procrastina tion ts tne inieroi time, money, ami neaitn. Medicine sent to all nans or the country, anil all nmner Question answered tbroueh the malls, ljelow are the authorised statementaof a few cases recently treated for Catarrh. EAST roKTLAND, .May !, 15 To Thome Scppskino phom Catahhii: I would state tbat I have ben afflicted with Nasal Catarrh for twenty-five years. I Had continual acblnc pains over the eyes, and for about niteen years nave oeen irouoieu witn Mrreness in the stomach and left side, and could smell not nine In the meantlme.Itried Dr. .Sue's Catarrh Remedy. San lord's Radical Cure for Catarrh, and other remedies recom mended by irienus. oesiues remeuies iroin local nhvslclans. all of which tailed to cure. and the best eave but sIlKhl relief. About six weeks ago I met Dr. James Keck. He said the trouble In my slomarn and side was caused by the Catarrh having extended down to those points. He also said that be had a Sure Cure lor Catarrh, aud be could cure me. About five weeks ago I beiran using the "Sure Cure." The pain over my eyes has disappeared; the sore ness in ray stomach and side Is gradually dis appearing; my sense of smell Isreturnlng.and, In fact, I feel like a new man, and am con vinced that 1 will soon be permanently cured. Anv one doubtinor the above statement can consult me In person or b-mall,antl I will re lies l 10 tnem vtve voce wnai i nave nere com mitted to paper. CHAS. II. HAMLIN. r.ngiueeriu il rerryooau MlI.WArKiE, Or., Jan. 21, 1S7S. Drar Dr. Khtk: I am glad you came to Oregon, for ItbougntI must die with consump tion till you begun tn treat me for Catarrh, which I have had all my life, and which I in herited from my mother. There was a bole eaten through the cartilages or my ncxe; my health, every way, was bad in the extreme, with pains In my head, and general debility. I noticed a radical change alter using the first bottle, me pains ceaeu in my neati, my breath grew sweeter than for years, and 1 bad no bad taste in my mouth on rising in tbe morning. I have used three bullies of the "Sore Cure." Never could nave believed such a change possible. I aivle all afflicted with Catarrh to attend to it at once. The "Sure Cure" is rightly named. All may rely upon its menu. 1 ours ror success, ItO.SK HUULER. nw Dr. LaerolVx "Secret" for ladles lor sale. OtBce Rooms 11 and IS strowbridge's build ing. First street, Portland, Oregon. Office boors for gentlemen Prom 9 to 12 A. . and I to s i: x. Indies From 1 to 1 p. m. sun- days from 1 lo 4 I. X. Those persons wishing to be relieved ot chronic diseases In any rorm will never regret consulting with DR. JaMKS KECK. Address, with two stamns, at I"ttrUand, Ore gon. 7- W.C.JOHKMUr. P.O.M"OOWjr. I. A.MACHCM. JOHNSON, M'COWN & MACRUM, Attorneys and Counselors -at-Law, Will Practice In all tbe Con rts of the Ht ale. Loans Made on Reasonable Terms. Collec tions, Including Menu of Portland Property, Komplly made. Abstracts furnished, ami ml Estate Leased, IJoaght and Sold In Mult nomah and Clackamas counties. ParUeular Attention given to business In tne U. S. Land Ottlre, Oieson City. Offices Mnnnastes' Brick, First street, Port land, Oregon, and Main street, Oregon City. - BARBER & NICKLIN, IIKSTISTS, (Successors lo J. II. Hatch.) No. 108 First street, Portland, Oregon. Miricr. rpiIK UNDERSIGNED, IN TAKING LKAVfc JL of Portland, returns his sincere tlianks fol Mm liberal patronage that bas been bestowed, and would bespeak tor his successors n contin uance of the same. Roth Drs. Uarlier & Ntrk 11 n are gentlemen In every way worthy of any confidence that may be placed In tliera, and as such I can conscientiously recommend them to my former friends and patron. 6-H , J. II- HATCH. CAPLES & MULKEY, Attorney s-at-Law, Itoom No. 3, Odd I'ellowV nnlldliie;. WILL GIVE rROilPT AND PERSONAL attention to business intrusted to their care. 6-la DR. J. . (II,nX. , Ueiltlwt, Southwest corner First and Yamhill PORTLAND. OREGON' it. a. m:x, Jt. n. Offlee and Residesee Corner Morrison and First streets. Offlee Hours From 1 P. jr. to 7 p. it., excent WMlnMHomanilUnlnHl... ft . " wwajanuu HMUiumjj A. Jt. lO Jf. 6-13 MISCELLANEOUS JUST PUBLISHED, A HEW ILLUSTRATED POEM "In with you, man Pel'tlah said. "You'd better try to earn your bread Than like tbe birds to bill and coo I Twill do for them to sigh and woo, For they have nothing else to do." DAVID AND ANNA MAT SON.' 13 y 3rst. -AJbiernil Scott iDuxii-wny, Editor "New Northwest," Portland, Oregon, WITH HEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS, AND ELEGANTLY BOUND A new epic, from a vigorous and skillful pen, on a subject which occupies a large place In the social discussions of Ihe day. The subject Is taken Irom Mr. Whittled short narrative of "Da vid Malson," with which tbe reader Is probably tamlllar. David Matson, a Merrimac sailor, was can tared br the Alserlnes Idnriosrooe of his vovssms) and sold Into slavery. Alter many years he obtained release and was on his way tn hft old employer, who Informed him that his stunned by bis unable, he surrendered all claim as husband and father to the man who had stepped Into bis place, and departed. Mrs. Doniway has found a theme in tbls story with which her heart heals In warmest sympathy, dicative of the fullest accord. She pictures the gentle, lender, trustful Anna and the way, eov etous Pelatlah In vivid colors; and how years of poverty and longing, and the erles of tbe hun gry boys, compelled poor Anna to yield to Pelatlah s Importunity, "Rise, rejoice, My poor, tin mated dove," said be, " And look henceforth tor love to me." A little farther on be says: " Become my wife and yon snail be Made happy through prosperity," While, if she persists In declining bis advances, wolf-like, he threatens to abandon bar to star vation and cold. And tbls Pelatlah was a "deacon," " In exhortation deep and loud." The wanderings of David, bis captivity, release, hapless interview with Pelatlah, discovery ot Anna's second wifehood, and his sad going back to Algeria, are all told so pathetically that our feelings a- e deeply enlisted. No one, with any true sentiment, can read tbe poem without be ing thoroughly stirred. Tbe Illustrations are in admirable keening with the passages tbey are designed to portray, and a line engraving of spirit, are and passion or the poem should give It an extensive reading, aside from the Interest whleh the literary retaliation of tbe author must awaken In it. As a specimen of book-making the volume is certainly beautiful, and would adorn any center-table. We know ot no work so well adapted as a present. It is printed on heavy tinted paper and most beautifully bound, piles, $2 09; full gilt extra, $1 60. For sale by book -sellers, or by mall, post-paid, by S. R. WELLS & Co., Publishers, 737 Broadway, New York CONSTITUTION or TUB National Woman Suffrage Association. Artici-e 1. This organization shall be called AtrrtcLK i Tbe object of Ibis Association citizen in the exercise of their right lo vole. 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