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SEW THIS WEEK.
THURSDAY-. ..NOVEMBER H, 1878.
That great desideratum, "Every day
ItellBiOH," WHs.liBWMirMHl upou by Itev.
J.'.Myiiw,,MM!' ImVe Hever
better health. We are imw ustt.e the
third bottle of Plunder's Oregon Blood
Win. Currier & Co., iiiercliaut Ulhrs.
guarantee an excellent fit If vm u-ilt
a Mlre' 105 K,r1 !. See
...rtioiis both Hiaguinowit ami prodl,;
ioua. The brick work thereon will be
Remember AUell Is not bohhxl, hut
bead Hrst M-eu,iurDS for tlle ,)Bf,t
rua aiMi retoiioheil ntinto-
D. , .ttx: mi,- OIK 1 I' H 1 T.
T l ..
ijtiHiron me unseatles canal will he
rKeiy oone by Ulliuameti. Kifty went
-,.. oism worn mat weeK, aiHl a Iiimil
red and fifty more will wxtu follow.
fever and acne instant) v nhecke.1
and soon cured with a few i loses of the
celebrated Willamette Fever and Affue
Note the new advertisement of
Mooney & Valentine. This firm has an
unusually Hoe and oomplete stock of
winter goods, ami tuelr iirieen are u in
form ami reasonable.
The several Good Templar lodge In
this city have of late received quite an
impetus in the way of new members.
An evening at their lodge-rooms is al
ways pleasantly speut.
A. S. Miller A Son are at work on the
plans of the prnioed bridge that is to
onnect this city with East Portland,
nd will have the same completed ami
-eady far inspection next week.
A man named Harry Yoeman was
Dii nd dead hi bis room on First street,
ml Friday. An examination revealed
'he fact that his death was caused by
troog drink. Another warning to wine
At Ferrara's grocery store, First
treet, between Pine and Ash, will be
ound the largest aad finest variety of
teas in the city. Satisfy yourself as to
their quality by calling and sampling
Dr. Walter Hyde, spiritual devel
oping medium, gives sittings dally
from 10 a. ii. to 4 i m., at 141 First
street, room 12. Public seanee every
evening at 7 o'clock. Correspondence
from a distance invited.
"Home, sweet home," is not com
plete without a bottle of Plunder's
Oregon Blood Purifier. It Is truly a
Captain Baoghman, whose unfortu
nate encounter several months since
with Pat Wbttlen, a deck-hand on his
steamer resulted fatally to the latter,
was tried for murder iu the second de
gree at Pendleton last week ami honor
J. D. McDonald, formerly a bulkier in
this city, died at the insane asylum In
Kast Portland last week. He had been
au iumateof that institution about one
year. His obsequies were conducted by
the Odd Fellows, of which Order he
had long been a member.
Barnuni &. Campbell have recently
erected a portrait gallery on Fifth street,
oposite the po-i oltice, where they are
prepared to enlarge pictures In oil, from
ai y kind of a picture, no matter how
badly worn or faded. They also lake
ferrotypes in all the latent styles. Thirty-six
gems for fifty cents.
"Baby mine" has Improved o mueii
since I commenced giving hei Plunder'
Oregon Blood Purifier. It is so nice for
the little ones.
Itev. P. S. Knight, of Salem, lectured
at Masonic hall on Friday evening, Ills
subject being "The Northwest." The
lecture is one of sterling worth, and is
appreciated accordingly. It is the in
tention of Mr. Kuiglit to give it In the
Kast: if this isdone. it will lie of Innalnn.
Utile benefit to the vast region whereof
The engagement of Miss Augusta I.
Dargoii has been from the first a com
plete triumph. She is without doubt
the greatest aetreH who has ever an
iteared at New Market Theater. The
present week will close her engagement.
and all who have not seen her rare Itn
personations should seek early opportu
nity to uo HO.
The robbers and murderers, Johnson,
""wn and Swards, being arraigned for
1 ir double crime iu the State circuit
rt, entered by their attorneys demur
-?r to the indictment on the ground that
re than one olleuse was charged
i. rein, and that the indictment Is la-
suHrient in law to constitute an oflense.
Pi ) demurrer was over-ruled by Hie
: .nor Judge Bellenger, and the eon-
- ' I tors will be tried upon the indict'
tie jury in the rase of Miss Mollie
.liey vs. Joseph Knott action to re
r damages in the sum of $25,000 for
tireach of promise rendered a verdict
Tor ?'J,mn for plaintiff . The sum claimed
is insufficient to nay any woman of del
icacy for undergoing such an ordeal, and
little enough to levy upon a man who
is so utterly unmindful of a promise of
such vital import, When these things
are rated at money value, by all means
rate Ibetu high.
The open temperance meeting at the
Y. M. C. A. rooms on last Saturday even
ing was largely attended, many being
unable to obtain seats. Dr. Watts oc
cupied most of the time with a lecture,
illustrated by charts showing the dread
evils of that most blighting curse Iu
temperauce. The meeting on next Sat
urday evening will doubtless lie equally
interesting, the president, Mr. Caples,
never allowing the exercises to lag or
fall below the high standard they have
so long maintained. The usual cordial
invitation is extended to all, citizens,
visitors and strangers being alike wel
come. Husiiiess lor Ladles,
our attention lias been called to a new aril
Hp for the nw or ladle,the inventions which
Las conferred an everlasting blessing W;
e,e,, ..... rarrm me tjucen City Skirt
soxpcndr ik, for supporting ladies- .klrtt, the
ni i f t desirable and beneficial article erer In
vented lor Hie relief of women, mauy or whom
hae sum-red ye are of alienable health eaoed
solely bycarrlng the weight of a number of
heavy skirts, completely dragging themdowa.
Something to support ladles' do til lag Katswy.
luiely necessary. These suapenders are rec
ommended by our leading physician to all
ladles and young girls. Kvecy lady should
have them. They are sold only through lady
agents. A splendid opportunity a nflhnd ...
some reliable lady canvasser of this county to
... s-u- oi a pleasant :md profitable
business tr terms and termor? write at
., nueen city Xu spender Company,
-'Ts Clark street, CinciunaU, Ohio.
All busings h-nen, ,.,,, , N
'r otherwise, must 1. ., . .
MK. A. J. KL SIWAY.
JIILS. lilt. JtCItlt.
Homeopathic physician and electrician, First
street, between Morrison aad Alder.
WW. CURRIER & CO.,
10S rirst Street,
Men's, Youths' and Boys
Clothiers and Furnishers
It only needs an Inspection of oar
NEW FALL AND WINTER STOCK!
AhH OUlt I'ltK'KH. lo eon vl one Isijers of
wmnewiii fosse it in iiieir iHleret
o ljsdc with us. All ourtJIothlnc Is ltOUlH.K
" ci', una a sail purcnased or us Is
Worth Fifty Icr Cent. More
ThaH that purchased elsewhere.
IN OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
We have mode a great reduction In Prices.
Helng l'raellcat Tailors, we guarantee eery
""ferior in ijusiity. Kit, ami work
ntaiiBinji iu any Htir ihmisc in iiregjnn.
HATS AND CAPS!
.rSS.f 'I'JSJST' ""i MI'ertor Mock of the
VKKY IVTKNrr STVr.KK un.1 ell ill varv Luiv
pnoK. vmr rK ilau are maile at I lie vary
beat manntacuwy lu Han Fraacison. We sefl
MHtBnv hkkt for KIGIIT UObUAItSOXLY.
o-K you want the KKAI. VALUE or tsar
cnmiiEE & co.,
103 First Street. 1'orllau.l.
MOONEY & VALENTINE
LARGE AND COMPLETE SELECTIONS
DRBSS GOODS, TAHI.K UXKKfl,
QUILTS, lirN KBTO,
Hosiery anil Millinery
LOWER PRICES THAN USUAL.
mooxijy a v.ii.nvriXE,
m KlrstSt.,RerlBylor,t,ortlana. 9
The Improved New "Wilson
Is Uh best, fastest, and most ceo Domical
FAMILY SEWIXC MACUIXK
.In the world.
It Took Klevcn First lTcmlnms
OREGON STATE FAIR,
CanTTlagofftbc rttuc on eTeryltilag for
which entry was made.
This Machine has
SUCCESSFULLY DEFIED COMPETITION
K very where; and Is the most
DURABLE SEWING MACHINE
Price, only sJSuO,
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
or Attachment for mending given free.
joiix it. :aiii:is(.y. Axcut,
1M FVrmt street, between MurrfaMm and Ahter.
Also, dealer la all klndu ot
YAXKKK NOTIONS, AGKXT AND
Machine Neetlles of all klixli warrantml at
fllty osois perdozes. a-H
OREGON STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Portland to San Francisco.
REDUCED RATES Z
Carrjlns; U. S. Mall and Wells, Farjo
The Oracou Steamship Omnnanv will dis
patch their new and elegant A 1 Iron gteatte
THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND
CITY OF CHESTER,
For the shove port every five days.
The Comnauy is now prepared to sell First.
Second, and Third Class Tickets rnHn INmbutd
to all the principal Cities In the United States.
Toronto and Montreal. Canada.
For farther narttenlars for I'assaae ami
'FreJeht apply at the Company's OtHce, corner
of K ami Kronl streets.
8-3 G. W. WEIDLKR, Airent.
FAY fc MANNING,
"TAKAI.WtS INOnOCBltlES AND I'ltOVlS-
XJ torn. Fruits ami Vegetables,
Comer of Third null T. streets,
retiirn oar thanks for the liberal patron
" received, ami woahl announce to onr pat
rotisaml the pabttc nenerally that. In addition
branch hture"1 kKUo" we buve opened a
Corner Thirteenth nuil II streets,
7 PORTLAND, OREGON. 7
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
MRS. I1KNRY WA8HKR, ITK OF HAN
Francisco, would I u form the public that
hst has opened a new Millinery Store on the
Bortbeast corner of Fourth and Washington
streets, where she will be Dleased to have the
; . 3""1 ana examine ner stooa. no. is sell
ing Jiuiinery AT COMT. Call and examine
i prices and be convinced. -B
THE WHITE HOUSE!"
We will Oder it u ring I be seasoa.
KiegsMl ink Hiotntted SHka K Ti per jnt
Oegaat IMk Fnmeh IhxkH OoJ- 1 Wper jjt
Klegaal Rile French Oamefs Hair
Gowts 1 0 per yd
(food Blk Trimming Silk, ,
T er yd
to pr yl
All Wool lUk C&thioere
The atsive (foeili afe Hew. and of
Tho Very Latost Stylos!
Also, ail Immense Sok of
LADIES' CLOAKS AND DOLMANS.
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
No. ST J'lrst .Street.
We hare ojmfwn1 ami now offer the JvMIowIhk
,000 FEENCH WOVEN CORSETS,
The halanceof an Importer's Slock, nnil
guaranteed cenulne, at less lliun
first cost of Importation.
40 PULNO COVERS,
At little more than half price.
0 PIECES WORSTED FRINGE,
At half price.
OLDS & KING, .
Na. 117 Third stmit.l'Hrtlaml.Or.'
BETTER THAN THEY EVER HAVE BEEN.
Three new and verv 1 in do riant Imiirovv-
menls have been added, Ihrougli wlileli the
most FKHFBCT TONK Isobtalutsl. No oilier
HMKHhutfoi-y of 1'iuniw luis IU llnproveliieuls
are all isiletMeil.
AL11KUT UAItTSOH, Sole Agent,
Tlilnl street, near Taylor, Portland, Ortox.
Also, tor the celeb ruled
KRANICH & BACH PIANOS,
The best Instrument for the price In market.
I also have In my ware-roomtaflnestnoV-nr
Tho Best Organs
Always on hand to select from.
Organ a speeluliy. tH
PORTLAND AND SAN FRANCISCO.
The splendid Low-pressure Side-wueel Amerb
JAMKH CARHOLL COMMANDEIt
Will leave I'adfte Wbarf for San Francisco
And oa each allernateBalunlay thereafter.
Itntes of Inssnse ami rrclKhls:
J I to
Freight, per Ion
The Steers re on this Shin is StrPRKIOll to
the Cabins ontooxtot the other Coast Ships,
and her Cabin Accommodation are uncnualed
by any other ship on the l"adllc Ocean.
For FreiKht or Pansage apply at tlie office,
Iaeif4c Dock, foot of Salmon street.
7-tt N. H. INUALLS, AgenL
CATARRH POSITIVELY CURED I
Tilt. JAMES KECK. THE CKLHHRATED
XJ Catarrti Iioetor, of Chicago, formerly of
Aurora, Illinois, is now located in furtlunit,
OreaoH, where he elves (at his ofllce) a FltBE
SURE CHILE FOR CATARRH.
The Doctor treats successfully all Chronic
eer without pain; has a never-fallinr cure for
FKVKlt and AUUK. Men let ties sent to all
parts of the country, and all proper question
answered through the mall promptly by en
closl DC two stamps. OfUceConsultatlou FKEK.
Write, or call and see the Doctor If you are
needing meuicai am.
Office strowbrldce's Ilulldlnr.oorner lutnnil
Alder streets, north of Town Clock, rooms
.No.' 13, ii, anu ta, seconu uoor.
Office hours Front a. m. to 12 v., and from 1
to a, and to 8 1'. M. Sundays, 1 to 1 1 X.
I'ost Office lioz 3. 8-1
Fresh Shoalwater Bay Oysters
ALISKY & HECELE'S
PKKMIU3I CAXDY M.LUFACT0Ur,
First St., bet. Alder and Jforrlson.
JNO. M. DALY,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE DISTRICT AND
II uunu aiaies courts.
FLEISCHKER, MAYER & CO.,
Front ami First streets, bet. Ash ami A,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
MIL MAYHU.HAS MAHK VHIIY KXTB.V
Mve pHrohuMWora lull line of
INrsct from Hie .MttHHfsellirvrsaiHl lnilsr
In Kew VocV. tinr naw m wism in me
latest styles ami alntdSH or
JTeiiilioi'H itittl X'ltimuK,
French ' Flovvors,
Ribbons l'laln, Gros Craln and Fancy,
Silks, Vehcts, etc., etc.,.
To whleti we Invlle Hie attention of the Milli
nery Trade or Oregon and wusUIHglou t erri
tory. Being tne only Wholesale House In the State
mportins MIM.INKIIY GOOIH illreet from
New York, we will be prepared to oiler extra
Inducements to our Friends and rations.
fuuxituuk mamifagtuimm: COM TAX V,
Ami dealers In
CA KPET8, OIL OlvOTI IB,
M ATS, KINlR.CITItTAIKS,
HAIR MATTRK8BKS, Ittc.
Hates-rooms, Corner First ami Yamhill Sis-.
Steam Factory, Coiner Front ami MndlonSts.,
I'OItTINI, OREGON. as
'l'ii(iiestionnbly the best sustained
itorkot the VI ml lu the World."
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of the times, thanks to the enterprise of the
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In the literature of travel, discovery, and fic
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Address IIARTER i nUOTIIERS,
JOHN A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
lis Front street, Portland, Oregon.
Fine Assortment of
CIOCXS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SPECTACLES
At LOW PRICES.
Iam selling American Watebes at EASTERN
PRICE-, with Wells turco charge added.
NO HUMUITG! Scth Thomas' Clocks at Old
REPAIRING a Specialty.
In Prices I Defy Competition. 8-3.
FISHEL & ROBERTS,
Leading Clothiers and Hatters,
Corner Ii rt mnl Alder slrcels.
rOMTL.NI) OltKtS N
I.TAVINO ft'ltril ASKI1 A
1 1 or cuitii
Ni from a lraa lioisirtint:
and Manufacturing Hoae luuuut i retire
to fKtt 'i:.vr. i.is
Tltait Actual lanuraeUtritii: t'.st, we are ena
bttsl to sell CUfTIIINU Air les MoHC) lh.ui
it whs ever belore onVre.1 In this Stale.
Our Moek Is Cotiiplete In Kvery IM.ul.
l'rtees Iow. and uualilv of OiKxta of a Su-
OUR HAT DEPARTMENT
Is under eiisnre or n
And lite HI.K-k is
New, Fresh and Stylish.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Will always have the best of attention
AND A COOD FIT WARRANTED
Cerner First and Alder Streets,
(KtrowUrWfe's new Uulhltiur.) SS
Sewing IViachines !
Sewing SVlachines !
These jiopular Machines are now sold at
prettily reduced prices. Call or lend lor prices
before purelialnc any other.
Machines sohl on note or leae, and a liberal
discount for cash.
Tin: m.v:i:k .ii-i j t'ojiiM.vv.
WILLIS IL FRY, Manar.
iw; First itreet, between Yamhill ami Taylor,
. I'oniaoa.urecon. I
t'n.lvr this heail wilt appear from time to
time testimonials, verbatim, of cases treated
for CATARRH and other CHRONIC DIS
i:SES by DR. JAMES KECK. Address l.y
mall or call and see the parlies In person
whose names are subscribed to testimonials.
IViktumi, July 10, DCs.
lilt- J. KKCK ANIITMR ArKl.lCTKll I)KAH S1H
AM Fhiknim: This is to certify that I have 1
la-en s mined with Catarrh In my head r..r
t.rlir TI-7II-, KITil Mnna fc dv j . M. . ...
Unit It was falling to my Iiiuks. I s-as atfilwv:
blind and deaf, and it was only a inattei of
time when t would db-with consumption. I
had got mi bad that when I would He down at
nlKhi the mum would drop Into my tliniar.
and 1 would bound to my feet and coiikIi. al
most si rangted to death. I made iisUir what
was Isstt 141 do. Some said Marshall r.it.uTh
Suuff w.is gisMl.an.l Sage's and Plen-i sWl'C
also recommended to m so I comm-nt d on
Marshall'", but it did me no ..J. and - s
ami 11. ice's alK-i met wuli tlie - nn-1 uugi jt iy
Ink result. After trviu ml ti'.'M.aiiil in v
others. I was yet slo 1 1 dvli.' I liml iak ti
medicines about tour yi .ir. .u J log ni cf
ter, J sought the triMtiii.-n! oi ..od tlisi .ins
I hi I tlieir mdiclnes lailmg to I) ivc the s.i J
effect, leave np all liop"of ro-i' n. Ai last a
friend lold me ot Dr. K--ck, hi I I con-ui-rd
ilm. He told me he could i-ure m- . and wmu, J
feuamnteeaeure.the ruaraate dvi'igtur. .tin4
ine my money If he did not sj -111. I t. 1
him be was my doctor,attd took a oltle o: t. s
reineily home. I now am on tie i. xili Iki'
am almost well, ir I get no iter, in imy
ismld m purchase the benefit I luive rn i ivcj
fmm Ibis medirtne. For furtbtr imrtii-ui va
call at lite Pirl Toll Gate, south of l-ortluml.
K st l'oKTi.A'sn, May s,
To THOSE Sl-VFKItlX, KKoM Catakkii I
VMHIld stale that I have ti.-ell alRlrted H IU
Nasal Catarrh for twenty-dve years. I li id
coullniial aching pains over the eye-, ami . ir
alsMit nfleen years have been tnaililed witti
soreness in tne stomarn ami icii sine, ami
could smell nothing. Iu the meantime. I tn -.l
Ilr. Swe's Catarrh Ilemeily. San lord' ibuiii .11
Cure for Catarrti. and oilier remedies recom
mended by menu, ueswe remedies iroin
local nnvslcians. ail 01 which jaiieu 10 cure.
and the best gave but slight relief. About six
weeks ago I met Lr. James Krcg. iiesaiuine
trouble lu my slomach and side was caused by
the Catarrh having extended down to those
..mi. He also said that he had a Sure Cure
lor Catarrh.and he could cure me. About five
weeks ago I began using tne -sure -cure." -rue
pain over my eyes has disappeared: the sore
ness In mv stomach and Hide Is gradually dis
appearing; my senseof smell Is returnlng.aml.
in tact, 1 leel use a ires innil. nuu mil vtiii-
vlnced that I will ssn be permanently cured.
Anv one doubilnc the above statement ean
consult me in person or by mall, and I will re
peat to lliem Vive voce wuai 1 nave Here com
mitted to paper. C1IAS. II. HAMLIN,
r.ngmeeril it- ferry uml
East 1'oHTi.ANii, July IS. 1S78.
tk Kkt-k DkarSir: This Is to certify that
I have used your Sure Cute for Catarrh.and
find It 1 all you claim It to be. and even more.
I have had Catarrh for ten years. I suffered
mnrli with nain in mv head, would take cold
very easy, which would make my throat very
sore, inere was sihssi Hniiiwuui ... nmn, m
my throat, so I could not sleep. When asleep
my throat would tilt up and strangle me, and
my sight also was badly airected. so that very
often 1 was unable to read tlie eoiree and spice
sign on Yamhill street, opposite J. C. Memleu
hall's tlsti market, where I have been at work,
a distance of perhaps four nsl; In fact, I could
feel tlie ellect 01 laiarrii an iiinmsu mj i-j--
tem. Hut these Irouole Have all iiisappeareu
now. I can go to imsi ami rest an nigni, which
1. smeiiiiiiir I have not been able to do for six
years. I hope you will publish this.nnd that
tlie hundreds who ate suffering as I have suf-
fered may pa" attention to tins letter. 11 tins
I published, I would ail vise any one that may
lie troubled Willi any disease, however bad or
long minding, t call on Dr. Keek. I think he
ean cure ou 11 any one can.
liespecilitiij j , ni 1 -,
CHARLES II. WHEELER.
IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS
Corner or Secomt niul Tnjlor .Street
VNIIF.K THR MgnirAL SffKRVISIOM OP
M. HESLOP, M. D.f
And the general management and care of
W. C. CHATTIN,
Is the celebrated
Balsamic Vupor XSatli,
. . . - . TsnC'TTt VT-' ft'TtK
ami ASreT Astlima. Itroncbllh. tJl
ralysl,nnd dlsonlers "BL'"iiThV?s tro ?
ClJItATIVE properties of these Ualhs Is truly
wonderful. We furnish the
Ami the ordinary COI.D AND HOT WATHR
"'Reliable and qualified women are employe,!
in ihe Indies' iSepartment.and every arrange
meiVf hw been made so that ladles taking
hee Ualhs are not subject to exposure, and
can enjoy them without any hlnderanee or
timidity whatever. Good furnished walling
room. Open on Saturdays till midnight.
A NEW I L L U S
-la w.iu t..o, mar ." rc-l'tu'i sa !.
Y'iU'J I., ti r try to earn your bri a I
Than like the birds to bill and coo !
'Twill do for tbem to sigh and woo.
For they have nothing else to do."
DATIJD ATB AJfiVA MAT SON.
By IXi".-i. Vlirttil Scott Iiiiii-vn-,
Editor "New Northwest," Portland, Oregon,
WITH BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS, AND ELEGANTLY BOUND
A iimv eric, fmm a vigorous ami skillful rn,on a subject which occupies a large wtocelft the
social dtseusstoas at the day. The subject H taken from Mr. VBlttlers snort narrative r "Da
vM Matsoa," with which the reader is probably familiar. DavM MaUoti.a Xerrimae wtkH-,
was captured by the Algerlnes (during one of his voyages) ami sold Into slavery. Altar many
years be obtained release and was on his way to the home of his boyhood, when he Ml ta Vtth
hi old employer, who Informed him that hi
stunned by his trouble, he surrendered all claim
stepped Into his place, aatl departed. Mrs. llunlway has lonnd a theme In this story wtth
which her heart beats in warmest sympathy, and her tines How on In tlie smooth cadence In
dleatlvn of the fullest accord. She picture the gen lie, tender, trastfal Anna ami the wily, eov
elous I'elatlah In vlvht colors; and how years of poverty and longing, ami th erte of the ban
gry boys, compelled poor Anna to yield to I'elatlah -s Importunity,
My poor, un mated dove," said he,
" And look henceforth for love to me."
A little farther on he say :
" Kecome my wife and yon shall be .
Made happy through prosperity,"
While, If she jiersists In declining his ad vaneea, woir-like, tie threaten in atainiloM tm W) atar
vatlon ami eoril. And this I'elatlah was a "deacon,"
"In exhortations deep and loud."
The wanderings or DavM. his captivity, release, hapless Interview with Itiatiaa, tttsenvsry ot
Anna's second wifehood, and his sad going ba-k to A Igerta, are all told so pathetically Matt 9W
feelings are deeply enlisted. No one, with any true sentiment, can read the poem without be
ing thoroughly stirred. The Illustration - are iu admirable keeping with the paniagaa they are
deslgiie I to portruA , and a tine engraving or tin- author is a fitting frasUtspleea. The suhMt
spirit, fire and p.L-'-iun 01 (he p.s iu should gin' 11 :m extf'tiMve usiilllil. ssliln finiii the Interest
which the literary n piit.iti.it) of th. a ithor mu-t .iu..k' niti.t. As a srelmen of boot-taakrng
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