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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 11 August 1871

SMS. A. J. DC3I1VAT, Mitor nd rMPrittor OFFICE Cor. TUIrdaud WarIn;rtoii SI A Journal forthC People" Devoted to the Interestsofll JfVMfgru'lf Independent In PollUcsTamfcHrtrtaw . URif to all Lire Is5S5flflmr-Ju, . -t Radical InOjUXisins andRtpos tha Wrons TBUMS, IN ADVANCE: Oneyser Six months:--. Three montiis-i., -SSOO .173 - 1 00 Free Speech, Free Press, Free People, y- ok spmiiefi5!Krifirie artrcapnnto tSna ;i 1 JtL--r. or ni ilnt!nn will lwv r .it-theft- ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable VOIi. 1. PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1871. NO;: J Tenns. tY : k Tssr - TOOLE SAMUEL1IEEDS A WIPE. In the course of Mrs. Gordon's lecture on Friday evening she made a telling hit at the-lords of creation, who persist in calling politics a "filthy pool," to which we desire to call the special atten tion of the Democratic Era. She said that men were not consid ered crood house-keepers: at least men's house-keeping had not proved a succes in California among the' miners; that they were ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 11 August 1871

r FRIDAY.... AUGUST 11, 1871. THE "WE8T'SIDZ"SBEAZETH. By dintof In$S3&rks ana the aid 01 sharp cygq!gHt 3rul a J goou constitution; we nave been ena&led tmST from many sources and todedpheracolmmi&j of-ilriecUfble llMbrcnt quartcre of the Union, liaA.btlRtvMpMflie hcMi asfTe-mls the Republican and West-Side , a 3J1SL3BKSl the two great j- lllasUBiAlgQijstarl at present exist- but which, lnrilkc, o. -aJf, has failed to , jn , Jr country, and the principal improve its qpport- l jufllclently to, , beiweeji ,Which seems to be what present age' -----a, r. . '"- of journalistic pror--- -wou. This TT8t-aciWft -htwti pai)cr, but it-alwajHdJw mud-bc-sp&ttered; mfttal04w useful family newspiflKir It fjflll be CGr,j essary ipx.utfl. jsrawuitir .fafift,rnoiHm I man's rlglitali m il xuw iouroajy.prais ot ute 'sMHM.fy gro lriirhcnsely rich on meagor sal whims" 0f women, .io, alone of es- legislators frequently go nv i BtiianrMfPiciiir Tfi'ii Knrnvp tiii , 0 r :i a class of humani...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 11 August 1871

3 :Vgfy AreriT n, 18-1. r . . SmSJaillr.w) nil nftmnts to D i ihw vITTiu -jftStteT said, 'give us some '.oadJtoek. A Eugene cor- tmjotM& Bulletin, under date of yfiiSf!: "The railroad work i iSIf above licre, all things iftkav jftg.conSHIenition. Tliey-BtrucK of fU AfniSSEi'1 .-a-: -ins; l&pne team can't pull tliatj j ,U ijalSptwenty, but eieV 7t 'o mjg(jtong".the line for thirty 0te bMhtsT6oiith being that of BnOSM: Co:, who nave a sun- viud a half miles in eek.-r. Tlie brothers wneeier fj Med bnfl sub-contract near tins tu. rap?5IUng for tlie engineers morSiiiues so they can take an ggrrlsoit and "Watson have nished one section of two miles Tfrffc city, jnst a11 rock work. C. A ki&4ltha$'-u- SS at work near "' IjChmay'', and Richard Jpjt'S'S uuTKCtfpieoe of seven stations 3W -rlSus-. .e as jouflESrH (lirocScTuul rook blult rT&rfBmvie'F, on the stage iiuivuiui jir. jiauet are uis- gfcecn the sub-contractors Jne hundred and eighteen 5er Michael Connelly, in the known...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 11 August 1871

VR5H3IZr..ATJGUUT 11, 1?73. Welcome Thouclit. Silently comcth a hnow-Jrop, .. - - ju sUentij-tmfold. Jllentlycometh a snow-drop . 8St:oUhMlcl, dark earth. fSTfi wmtHutowtf11 darkness ftfwnltene.s birth. afentJy comcth thought forth. nWarlry-ponder, - ' And Ins -welcome thought i thin: ,Awtn tlc uld of God's raw., g His gsisumpwhltens the snowdrop, Perhaps with the aid of penitence, IVjeleansahe precious thins, jfigSSSjWrop cleansed witn the water araJTOhtiiIns shakes from Ur wing. 2Ayi Ulilkiivni akethmyllfenll nlghi. :a soul all spotless,. rfflgs ofgllstenlng white. JUDITH BEE) ain Story of a Tlain "Womai. fEntered. according to the Act of Congress, In Li:?errr3iit-i i... -f a..i imniwav. in me mrjrtvM"' "J .' , v itaa;of the Librarian ot lngrcss at u.-uiii- CHAPTER XV. TKeMinjnst censure of my brainless ."terulsWPblch had at the time of its oc- jJSsofieWilorcd nlc 80 alld mLsera l$BtoSj$fio further power to annoy or vgtjmqfo'A "peace that passeth under- vtanarnff' took possession ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 18 August 1871

1 M A Journal ror the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Indepandent In Politics .and-tteltglon. Mire 'to nll 'IJve lssues,and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing thoVfrong of the Masses. Correspondents writing over assumed slgna- - tures must make known tneir names to me - Editor, or no attention will bo given to their f.-opnnunloatlons. Free Speech, Free Press, Freo People. VOL. 1- POliTIiAOT)? OREGON? FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1871. NO. 16. W0MA1T SUPPEAGE W3 . The arguments advanced by Mrs. Xaura DeHorce Gordon in support of twoman suffrage have won for her, In this community at all events, the more thoughtful consideration of those who -heard her. "Wc were unable to attend on Saturday evening, but have been informed by one ormorewho were there that she elucidated the point clear enough, showing some of the advan tages to be derived by extending the right of suffrage to woman, chief among which was that It would give her a standing among men, and enable her the bette...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 18 August 1871

W7 .AUGUST IS, 1871. HEALTH OFJAEMEBS. There are seven reasons vliy farmers are healthier than professional men, viz i 1. They work more and develop all the muscles of the body. 2. Thev take cxerciHS in the open air, and breathe a greater amount of oxygen. . 3. Their food and drinks are common v less adulterated and are far more simple. , , . 4. They do not overwork the brain as much as professional men. 5. They take their sleep during the hours of darkness, and. do not try to turn night into day- 6. They are not ambitious, and do vnot wear themselves out so rapidly in the fierce contest of rivalry. 7. Their pleasures are simple and less exhausting. Exclianqc. The above is delightful theory, and we should be glad to see it proved by ' practice. But statistics prove that there are more lunatics and hopeless maniacs among farmers than all other classes of people. They prove that the lives of professional men and women are longer than the lives of farmers and farmers' wives, and they p...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 18 August 1871

v1 FRIDAY-.. ...JAUGUST 18, 1871. The Chvhcii Bbll Nuis.ynce. There arequite a number of churches In tliis city and we believe that each one of them -Iras a bel at least one would to judge from the "clamor and the clangor of the bells" on Sundays. "We happen to be so peculiarly unfortunate as to reside opposite the stately edifice where hangs the bell which summons Dr. Lindsley's congregation forth to worship. Sunday morning the bell commences its ding, dong, ding; imme diately it would seem from a hundred brazen throats all over the city rever , 4Tierates a Uabel of bellowing sound, the - 1 .11 - I 1. A I .)..-. if -itaiL.ui uiuu imrLicumr uuiiuiiuuuLion A.nng' to strive to outvie all others. 4fcjWe'lonot know the oxact length of , time that this is kept up, but it cer tainly ddSVjgjcm like a good while we pliould .fuftjp? not less than seven or viui liuui'ics. j.iiuii. in n;t umiuica Allows tlie""Seunl ringing of the bell for JtljB'Wornitig service, and the foregoing lgSeatcJ. At ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 18 August 1871

A N FRIDAY AUGUST 18, 1871. To Will. BY KAY ESS. The story is old, but I loved yon, dear WW, In the days that forever are gone, With a love that -was pure as the seraphim have In their home lying cast of the dawn. But you found one you deemed far less humble than I, And you chose her your lire-mate to be Oh, could I but know all your heart-void was Ailed - It would bring a sweet rest unto mc. I'm no longer the shy, bonny girl as of yore, When the future I dreamed wasjso bright, For sliver Is mixed with my ycliow-brown hair. And my eyes have a fchadowy light. Ah ! well, perhaps it were better far w, For 'Us sinful earth-Idols to make. And what matters It not what the Upa.i her drips Has mixed with the draughts I must take, But to-night, as I sit In my low rocking-chalr,- Looklng dreamily out o'er the lea, A tangible something seems floating this way, And a presence I feel and can see. Oh, "Just for to-night" let mc lean on your breast My head, that with grief Is bowed low ! For I can...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 August 1871

"J ' A Journal Tot the People. evBted to the Interests of Humanity. IndetwiMlenl In Politics and Religion. Miw lo atl live Issues, and Thoroughly Jilts. A. J. Dr.MW.IT, Editor ana I'raprlttar. OFFICE Cor. Third nild Washington .St. - " ' - t ' !A3f ) it Q ADVAXCB: radical In Onpolnir. and BxpoMng the Wrongs TEBMS, Ef ..: the Maw i. One year- Six months Fbee Speech, Keek PnEss, Kkee People, Three jnontlis... Correspondents writing over assumed Risna lures mast make known their names to the Kdltor.or ijo ni'entton will be given to tholr YOLTOIE 1. PORTLA3VD, OKEGOX, FRIDAY, A.TJOTJST yi.-J, lferi. ADVERTISEMEXTSlBSSrtedon ltessena'tAfc ' Terms 1 i ' ' J (-)innunleelHHH. 1'orThe New Korthwett Ilnvp Mercy! Ill MINNIE X. MILLEK. Sinwoxr has been unkind to me, Icaim. M bear that others are kind! Hush all the sweet voices of sympathy! Let me walk In my loneliness, groping Wind! Since dxf. ha been untrue to me, I.t ethers oil be false; and then I run hiil J the world a faithless world, And ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 August 1871

-AUGUST 25, 1871, WOMAN'S EIGHTS WITH A VEN GEANCE. Under this head the Portland Herald prints the following: In the Britifch Parliament for the last two years there have been discussed the "contagious disease nets," which pro pose to place "the Social Evil" in Lug land under similar medical supervision and license as in France. It is now agi tating all classes and both sexes in Eng land, the women taking a great inter est, generally opposing as the men are generallv in favor of sucli acts. The London "Examiner states that "ladies who, a fewyears ago, would have blushed and stammered at any allusion to the topics here involved, and to whom few men would nave been bold enough to hint at them at all, have now nohpsifn- tion about discussing them freelv in any company. Perhaps this is not a circum stance to ue much or at all regretted Nothing is really so indelicate .MR until. ery, and the prudery is mischievous as well as indelicate when it allows evils to fester in society which iies...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 August 1871

i ni' TWO POEMS OOMPAEED--TEB ( FAEEWELL: ABD THE EESP0KSE, NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! NEW ADVERTISKSIENT5. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PORTIuVXD ADVEItTISEJIEXT. FRIDAY AUGUSTS 5, 1871. Finn at Thk Dai.les.---A very de--trurtive fire visited Dalles city on the lTtli. The Mountaineer says the fire originated by a child' four years old, a v,iu of Mr. Kcnry "Wentz, and another lit He boy, son of Dr. Miller, aged five c ars, setting fire to some straw used to lill matressos In Wcntz's furniture store. Mr. AVVnU discovered the fire too late to livvent its hpreading into a general cou llapratioii, and had barely time to assist his family in escaping from the fcecond plory. In an hour and a half four whole Mocks of buildings were consumed by the destroying dement the only excop- t ion being the residence of Rev. Thomas 'Ondon, the saving of which was ex 'y fortunate, as it contained the jle library of geological specimens ":iMi.-ed by Mr. Condon during several pabt. The only person injured iva...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 August 1871

I i..t !, stronir arm of u man unon I $&tm SlfikVilf'i. could depend was ready to do my bid- 3'V "-lA J Minir that I bad no emotion or care con cerning the, welfare of ruy faintly. FRIDAY.. ...AUGUST 25, 1S7J. A Cuilalulpc Husband. claimed us my legal master. Tremu lously I broke the seal and read : "It's a long itory, Judith, but I must tell it, I am a criminal before God ana man. As that old devil of a doctor has told you about that cussed forgery I As I lay listlessly resting, for I had Indeed found rest, I could often hear that sweet and solemn promise, "I'll explain," which so often attuned itself . " Timnt ft Hill I 4r mnlrul ilimnn ilin cta11 f tmltetu-t. Say,.Squlre,I'vequltonSusa..a.M...- . . J , . n, ,,.H,,t!nr,. , m.l T told to show ,. anion mat it grew to be with me an in- ' " " ; , Bowen's Pardon. ' C i'ORTIEA!ND ADVERTISEME2B.3j ffORTjkvyDjrAPT15- $30 SAVED! 11V FEANK CMVE. SO I'll tell sent vour broadcloth covered dandy to a willful . nil n :in ii v ....., t in I ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 September 1871

V I I f I I 1 i ?! 41 .1 MR. A. J. BniffAV, Editor and rroprlttor, OHFICE-Cor. Third and WaliluCton fit, TEIIMS, IN ADVANCE: On your. - , . t- Six month . . " " i Three months i AnVRUTISEMKNTS Insert eU on Reasonable TIIE LONG AGO. BY n. r. TATIOR. Obi a TOmlerful stream U the river of Time, An H elides through the realm of tears. wina.laultle. rytlim and a musical rhyme. -u r tmwiler sweep nnd a mirje sublime, Anil bleu4a -rltli the ocean of yearn. How the wiHtern are drifting, like flakes of timtr, And iLe wmrar like buds between. And the year to the sheaf o fliey come and ueyo Oh tin. rim bratst, with Hr eMjan.l floi., As It IMe through the ahadovr and .sheen. Thercva msKtixtl iale up the river ofTlme, Where 1 Mittest nir are playing; TiMrre'K h elHMllewiky and a tropical clime Ad a aHff cm sweet as a vcsior ehlmc. And tkeJimeas with the roses arts sUiyln- Ami the mow or thin lle Is the Ixinj Ago; And we br-wr IpmMirM there; icmuij aim bosoms ofsnow mere me iieaiw or tlnst, but w...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 September 1871

FRIDAY SEPTEiLBER 1, 1S71. EDITOEIALOPPOSITIOIT. AVc have six classes of man's rights editors in Oregon. First in order conies the lowest or brulal type of the frater nity. They judge all women by those with whom they have been most inti mate, as well as by their own ideal standard. They think that nothing but the stronc arm of the law keeps any woman virtuous. Such editors would receive no notice from this journal were it not that their public life, their per tinacity and unbluslnngly prurient thrusts at all sensible and virtuous women who dare think for themselves, render it necessary to sometimes show them up in their true colors. This is a disagreeable task, and one which we hoije will not often fall to us as a duty. The next in the upward grade is the pugilistic politician. He bases right upon tne theory of combativeness and the practical development of muscle. If a woman so far forgets her state of "clinging" gentleness as to engage in a game of fisticuffs or inveterate sweari...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 September 1871

2s515 MOvtlHiJCBl liver a free lecture, this evening, at Oro FRIDAY.. ...SEPTEMBER 1, 1871. land caught fire by an act of crtrelessnc&s on ii. iwrt of -a road supervisor. Tlio Fires. Fires of late have been quite frwinont around Portland. Last Monday the woods in Carter's Addition to Port-itlyity according to thoanc,lent rules, of 'ino Hall, on Astronomy, Astrology, Free Masonry, Mythology and the Bi ble, showing the intimate relation which these subjects have to each other. Also "cast a horoscope" and delineate a Xa- Astrology. Teachers and students in Astronomy, clergymen -aridhnntliematl- flre at night presented a scene rarely j clans are especially invited to he pres- equaled for grandeur and beauty and threatening danger. 'I lie Joss caused la this fire amounts to considerable, quite a quantity of cord wood belonging to Mr. Carter being consumed by the devouring element. The houses of some wood choppors wore burned, their families having barely time to evacuate the premises...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 September 1871

WE, THE PEOPLE. f A"0:$TMOUS. I We, the Peoplol I a phrase declared In laws and by-laws that govern The million. Who are the people ? Is Heaven kind to man alone, that He should represent the People? Force first made conquest; Zeal, then, not charity, lias been our guide. Are.jrflnotdOtbo.people.ondfc , , V Or Is It the Divine decree That man alone should be made free ? Whens .flIas tKcbarityS i -j T 'Woman's sphere I'cannot find J g jfo Tis"In the regimen or mind In Joy and gladness, noise and strife In all that appertains to life Is woman'. sphere. In fleids of literature and art. She ne'ePhisafled'tdtlilte' fiVrpart, In all life's avenues 'Us not uncommon To find the kindly care of woman. In exalted stations, Ali bright villi gems of light; In.tho humble college . WltH search thcVklbuVmite; In dungeons dark and dreary: In the prison's gloomy cell, "Where Ignorance hath cast her All this we know full well. "We, the People" should not bo said Till men by truth alone are led, Half t...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 September 1871

H . . t m jfam i 3 a. . 1 A Journal fur tbc People. Daveted to the Interests of Humanity, ,-, ; Independent ,n Polities unci Religion. Uive to nil Uvo Issue!!, and Thoroughly Itftdtaal In Opposing and Exposing the Wrong oi the Mcwee. Gfefregpondents writing over assumed signa tures mast make known their names to the Kdlfcw.or no attention will be given to tbeir eommunleatlons. For the New Xorthwest. CLATSOP. BY MILS. S. J. KOISET. lit thje'seUry glare of an Ausnst noon, With the liit at a hundred and five, To gasp and faint with the slightest hope To another such day survive, I think of that roek-slrewn ocean beach With Its breeze that comes from arur, Balmy and sweet, as If from the shores Where tropical Islands are. Soil and cool, as a spirit's breath, ThatdMrat zephyr sighs. Calming the turbulent, gun-kissed life Mhe a whlier from Pamdl.so; SteadHjr wver the crested waves c The wind that's born of tho soa, Conies with Its wealth of comfort and health, A MsltB to mortals free! 1 O...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 September 1871

LEOTUBE THIS XVEKHTG. Miss Anthony will lecture this Fri day 6veViIii?r,t'a'ifd w'HI discuss the" right of women to vote under the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the Con stitution. , WOMAN SLTPBAGE LECTURE. Miss Anthony lectured on "The Tower of thcBalIot"-atthe OroiFino-Hnll- on "Wednesday- evening stoi a darge,tintelli gent and delighted audience. The Hall was literally pagked with culm, dispas sionate and interested listeners, whom the speaker Tield spell-bound for au hour and twenty minutes. "Women, with bright countenances and radiant eyes, looked on and listened .to utterances of wisdom concerning realities which they beforo had not seriously considered, Men, with broad foreheads and thought ful faces, hearkened to prophecy, and philosophically prepared themselves to accept the inevitable. Susan's fund of anecdote, incident and argument is in exhaustible. The crowded state of our columns prevents a full report of her lecture from annearincr in this Issue. It will be gi...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 September 1871

fpe fern feilSjiBesi Firbmrn s Annual Parade. Tle j ide of the Portland Fire De- annual parade lament was , a very itn posh,, .flg agS5wSlarS Delegations of firemen from Salem, Or-H?"S,' , uncomfortable, incon- .'on CJtv,. Albany,, VatiQpuver and As- loria wre present. Dalles and Walla . rpi. m.i aiia were au-o rq.R-iuvu. - I'. S. Infantry nd led the procession. . ' . iid ilininK-room, and howthepan The Ka$t Portland band wasbalsofout, jry ghould be arrangetl. It is singular !.iv.i imiwr or tne saiem. Aioanv anu Aurora. baiMls vrcjfi present. At two o'clock the several companies were pa raded, and at half-post two the proces fion was formed and proceeded through the principal .streets of the city. Two littlejrjsrom Albany, arrayed in mus' lin and flowers, rode the Albany englnoibuildjiisawiiJioiUK! ;wkhtlie bath-room and .arreted much attention. ie whole display was magnificent, and had it not len for whisky there would j nnininrnintnl liarmonv. ; AVe . acknowledge a respectful invi...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 September 1871

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER S, 1S71. "DOXT WniPIIIM." AXONVMOfS. Our'Bobby was pinching the kittens. And klcfcinjr the primmer nlioiit. And pulling a beetle to piece. His face all away In a pout: His mamma, who silent and patient, Had heard all Ills frettinifand noise. Now reached for the whip on the mantle The terror ot four-year-old boys. Hut grandma, with snow-white 'kerchief - AVJiare ten little heads had licen pillowed '. Cvna rocked tntnchlldhood'asweetnrei.t, Looked up fron her little wool stockinc. Just Jlnlshed and laid on her knee. And sakl, "Hear, you'll ruin his temper. You had bettor let tlio child be. , I S "f H "Don't whip him; his father before "mm Was flogged nnd shut up In the dark Ami stood on one foot in a corner. And disciplined up to the mark: A e gave him no credit for honor. But watched him as spiders watch flies. And what did It teach hlmr vtiv, mainly To'prnetlcedecelrnnd tell'lles. ",n, "i6 111 't affection and duty God knows we were fond ofthe bov l.utj kucs his re...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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