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"i lii i i f TIE CUIUL JOITLWL iPAtLT ASH VTKKKLTJ UV HOKKR BROTHEK8. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27.1S36. ""!5?"5"!r TA WESTERN SEFLECXIOOT- Wedtly Rrriew of JSertr Bools-Lit-eraiy Kotos ad Kevx. UTKRABT JtBWS. Harpers Rocrsd Table has a eeriea of pipers far banners In pbotograpbj. Haxper'a Wetfclj Aag. 24 bat askeldi r Hn Marnier' career with ontfnal drawiuzs. Hartr' Baxar contain striking portrait of the Uleottd Boatbern an iboresw, Ml Winnie Davis. Richard Harding Darts tells of recent omUnd Journey in Honduras, undertaken for Harpers. Godey'a forBfpUmber.treaU'VBeceo" Amateur Pbctjsrapbv" aod "Womai Writers of the Day"' with some Ten Gee niiutratlon. The Bookman," a monthly liter rj Journal, by Dodd, Mead A Co, New York, will be published on the 25n o catch month hereafter. Bcoteu fiction U wholesome, homor oca aud refresblnt;. The Septembei Harper ha a story by Ian MacUrwa otherwise known aa Mr. Watson. George Eliot's Place In Literature" Is the subject of a writer in the eVp (ember Forum. He eaya be con'd nerer find anything better than her fiilaa Marner." Godey'a Magaxlne for September ha drawings and an article on the Ameri can yacht Defender. This timely beat of ten-cent periodical! has also an able piper on the Cuban revolution. If George Eliot were alive she could not help milling at the effort of an essayist who has neTer written a story to fix her proper place In literature. Bhe would elalm, "How like a manl" The September and October "Book man" will contain two chapters of further revelations In the character of Drumsbcugb. the hsrsh village hero Friends of this department can ob tain a beautiful sample copy of "Tbe Bookman" free by sending a postal card request to Dodd, Mead A Co. pubs- 27ew York, Mention Tus Jookxax. Among tbe many monthly publics. tlona devoted to news and criticisms of current literature, Book News, pub lished at Philadelphia by John Waaa maker, Is one which Is well worthy of being read cerefallly, and It certainly covers Its field. Thus, tbe September Forum sweeps over tbe vrbsle field of cotemporaneoos thought, presenting Its readers with eleyen timely and Interesting articles by notable writers on a variety of Im portant topics literature, politics, soci ology, crlmlnalogy, economics, munic ipal reform, education, biography, etc., etc A splendid Illustrated volume de voted to city government Is the report ct the Department of Publio Works of tbe cy of Chicago for IS, it U t yery complete publication of one of America's greatest aud beat governed dtles. The plates, showing in detail the system of the water supply and the methods of distribution, are ot the greatest importance. Our Edible Mushrooms and Toad stools and How to Distinguish Them, la the title of a very handsome and valuable work by W. Hamilton Gib son, soon to be published by Harper it Brothers. Thirty native food varieties, easily recognizable by their marked Individualities, have been selected by Mr. Gibson for depletion and de scription in the pagea, and simple rules are given for tbe Identification of poisonous specie. A unique short story Is one of tbe features of the September Bcnbner, Alexander Black, a well-known Jour nalist, some time ago conceived tbe plan of uniting photography and Motion-that is, of illustrating a story with a scrlea of photographies illoa-tra- Children Cry for Pitch CMturUt, t. llo&s In which, ai In a plsT. the char aetera more about aaloH a real back ground and llluttrate the various point of th dialogue by actual pose. Mr. Black further carried bis schemes of realism to the point of Introducing Mr. Chauncey Deaew as one of the chars e tera, and he b actually pbotoerapbed at bis desk In the interview toM of la the story. The text and tne accoov piajicg llloJtratSons are side by elde Ja parallel cotums. Frederic Harrison dicara great women writers thus in the September Forum in hi paper c George Eliot; Jane Austen and Maria Edgewortb "lisped" In novelettes, as Pope ld be "lisped 1p numbers." Though Char lotte Bronte published so little, she wrote storks incessantly from ctiild hood. George Ellet was thirty-nine when her first tale were published, and was forty before she wm known toand vIltogta Urgely InnaWled by ih nablie & a noverUt at all. And so little was novel writing her natural Kift, that her roost Intimate friends never suspected her power, nor did she herself altcgether enjoy tbe exerci of her art. To tbe last, her periods of mental gestation were long, palnfol, aod unbopefuL Parturition was a dangerous crisis, and the loag-expect-rd infant was reared with mlivings and a superfluity of coddlln?. The ro msncee of George Elloi came like some en'ant di miracle, born late in tbe mother's life, at tbe cost of Infinite pJn, much anxiety, and admldst tbi wondering mHdtk8 of expetUot circles of friends- NEW BOOKS BECE1VEU. "Pleasure Cyellng." by Henry Clyde. This Is a pretty volume devoted to thU most independent of eiorts. It Is II- Q-trUd by W sllbouetees and vlg netted. This boak, whleh baa been carefully prepare, --- . ... - - a 1 .. lKs..lul n kpa miimsDow oi ukibi imoiuuiwu " instruction for cyders in tbelr tatLfSff Hampshire's Ut season on the wheel, and to promote a - l.Uh mu.mi. of plre of amatuer riders, or those who Intend to become such aud does not treat ot racing or the training thereof. Fol LnxluclsjiuUahleQlcanlAatav. lng a Bicycle. III. How to Ride. IV. Taking Care of a Bicycle. V. Dress aud Equipment. VI. Cycling and Health. VII. On tbe Boad. Index. Little, Brown Co. Pubs., Boston, Macs. J 1.00. "Neighbor Jackwood," by J. T. Trowbridge. This Is a new and re vised edition with an autobiography ana a portrait of author. Edition after edition has been printed from tbe original plate of Mr. Trow bridge's masterpiece uatil tbey became too much worn for further service. New plates being necessary tbe author has taken tbe opportunity to rev be the text, write eome new scenes into some of the chapters and add a most Interesting autobiographical chapter. The reader will be suprised to learn from this chapter that the author of such a book as Neighbor Jackwood was lukewarm in bis adherence to aull- slavery Ideas for some years after com mencing his literary career, and It was not uutil tbe enforcement of the Fugilave Slave Law that be became an anti-slavery "fanat ic." 'John Burroughs in Scribner's Monthly says: Neighbor Jackwood Is noteworthy as being really tbe pioneer of novels of real life in New England, just as "The Vagabonds" Is tbe first specimen (and one of tbe beat) of what has come to be known as tbe Bret Harte school of poetry. It sparkles with wit; It is liquid with humor ; it has unmistak ably tbe touch ot nature; its dramatic flux, so to speak is nearly perfect, an d It has a procession of characters like a novel of Scott. Indeed, In many ways It recalls tnai great master. Tnre Is leas description and more action In It than Is habitual with Scott, and the conception of some of its secondary characters, like the crazy- brained Edward Longman would shine In and page Scott ever wrote. Lea and Shepard, Pubs., Boston, Vaas. JI.Kt TbBl8eand tbe Gray on Land. Ia the Saddle," by Oliver Optic, with llluUratiens: In "In tbe cUddle" tbe reader con. tlnues (he acquaintance of jaaay of - r-- - ...I- - -"fe- the characters, which ire "prominent in "Brother Agalbst Brother," the precedlog Tolume of the terle. The real military operations of the war now commence and toe resident of the sec tion where the scene is laid see and feel the terrors and anxieties of Civil War. It renuires the renins ol this best of all American Juveaite fiction writers to convey to tbe youthful reader of tbe present day a reaibtle view of exciting - scene and events of tbai trying time. Tllus Lyons rals a company of Home Guards, which soon becmnes a part of the Confederate army. Noah Lyon, tbe younger brother, having obtained a comaillon, rahea a squadron of cavilry. In which, among other old friends, Dk and Artie appear as pri rate. Tbe oteration of the loyal tu IaMon of cavalry in protection of rail road bridge, the repressing of pxrtisin onfbugbts, and the guarding of town dtl- jeas loyal ta tbe union (mm the basis of the story- Our young friends have amnle ooDortuuItr to show tbelr courage and do gallant deeds In tbe course of the stirring events through wbkh tbe story taken them, aud well do tbey acquit themselves. The main incidents are historically correct. Sol tbe least Important of tbe merits of tbe story is tie sturdy patriotism which runs through it. The author carefully avoids rt flection on the motives or thote who took tbe South- eru side but loses to opportunities to impress upon the minds of his readers tbe great ierns of honor, duty and love of aaoti. Lee i Hbepard, Pubs., B-uatou, Mats. 11-50- LUbeth Wilson," by Mrs. Elte NeLon Blair, wife of Senator Blair, of New Hampshire. No doubt many Kew Eaglaaders can describe In detail all tbe bemHy scent of country life early In tbe present century. But fe ... . . a.tll al.l. BW oo witoape rare .,. could do eo wltb-tbe gmhofrti Tula is tne nrst io oj . woaj,l wno thinks for herself, for , J ,. ea S1 a. ! - - . -ub -"l'nr?httto and . kU, ,b.t ,b. u "",'r ? HvnL II IS IIU woman Kate eanoorn says o u. ".rr"! long-saflering public, because a man or no"ayp7eaali6n4onuea!f, baV"a wild ambition to write a novel. Others ap pear, because tbe publlthsr advises a eecood after a success, or a third or fourth, usually a dreary dilution. Some ar turned out, as If from a machine or an oven with fatiguing frequency, until tbe sale stops. A few novels write themselves, recalling IlJ preeelons burnt in upon tbe soul, from childhood up; tbe author impelled by these forceful remlnUceuae write be cause called to tell the story. Such a book makes Its own way and Uvea." Reiki a says, "the createst thing a human soul ever does In this world Is to see something aud tell what it saw in a plain way. Hundreds of people can talk for one who can think, but thousands can think for one wbo can sea." And Mrs. Blair certainly his that gift. The story deals with tbe home-like scenes and real New Hamp shire people of generations gone, and their habits, customs, manners, opin ions, controversies are shown as In a verbal minor, true and clear. It is a first book, but neither crude nor sen sational; a delightful addition to the! few really valuable novels of out day Lee A Sbepard, Put.,Bton, Mass , (1.50. Now the State adminlrtrallon Is tak ing a band in tbe great never-ending Statesman theological controversy. We thought Tim Dive n port bad his hands full untangling tbe snarls in the school land department without trying to straighten out such crooked sticks as Rev. Adams and Rev. Souls. Albany, like Salem, has business men wbo will patronlsa every fake concern that comes to tbe city, with his uselese scheme. Tbey foiget that it hurts them to see our citizens send ing away tor their merchandise and patronising peddlers. Albany Demo crat Judging from tbe sacks of gold aad silver one see about tbe state capital and county seat almost dally one would not think it bard to raise that $5300 stock for tbe butter factory. A staple article In the local prua Is 'Major Bo-and-eo'a pleasant smile." Ptife Blood Is tbe errttof the restoration to health which Hood's Sarraparill gives. MHffives ew pleerara to lecoa lacd Hood's Eana prTl, It has cured ts ct easy cos plaints, and pmi-C-d iay Wood. I ni troabkd with cay Hver, hid bla d J and oiie? ' trsUo,wHh nrea- far of ray aniks. s- p-vf m was Ue J 'I bad to watt: wiUi a 'T care. Tor eeveral t ? ycxn I was jradI- bnaiias; down. I W tto rn? u Hood's Snarri' a 4 ft baUt Benp. AA ray ills h 6";u;2eahrlHr." McSxKLoxralLi.T, Haywards, OU. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tbe oaly tnw Heod pariaer proiaUent ly ia tae pafciie efe tJday. 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Ecrtse, Cre well, Drains and all t tauons Crura Koxbcre to Asfnand lndnslr acaaacao stall, mut. Ul a.m. U.0a.m VSJ p.m. Lt. Lt. at. fortlacd Halem KoMtbarx Ar. i t-.s) p. re Lt. I 2j p. m Lt. COa.sc Socio- ssux rxxaixGtx. Nonn 2a.m ftOp.rn.ILT. roruand. Ar. Ili4a.m mtua tValern. wu P. m. i at. tim. LT cOJam. Dining Cars on Ogden Route PDLLMAX BUFFET SLEEPEBS AND Capital Second Class Sleeoin0, CareADt:i&5jrrtVnerLTaH aw.w-w svasM aMvw;a UKUu, iftat Skte Diriaja, fctwwa P,rOi PAH.T 4XXCUT SUVDAT1. I! lAxtlAnd OorraUU tclap.m.1 Ar. Ar. I aj p. m Lt. I Us p. ml At AlfianT and Cbmllll niniurt rttr-. , tatnsororeon Central A Kastern BaOroad. sm-ajaaTstAist tcntLT EiCxsTBcaouu --i p. m. Lt. yon land 7aap.tn.lAr. AteUtnnTUl Ar. Lt. l eas.i 1 aaiaa.i TMMdUCSM TICHKTS To aU potnu la the lUsUns tWau. Canada " uuwps can k oouisea su SOWt rtwi Hoaa 0 W. ,W. oBUKSKB, Arent. rvuui. XSTw. IDVUISA3! K-KOrUxLiS. Oregon Central sai Eastern R. R. Co. ITAQOINA BUtY BOOTK.J CbnawUnc slTunlm rv wits m.u.. 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