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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 May 1878

g l)t lies wzxitymst MISCELLANEOUS. 5IISCELLAKE0US. MISCELLANEOUS. SriSCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS JVERTISEJIBKTS. FRIDAY MAY 10, 167S. JTJST -PUBLISHED, ANEW ILLUSTRATED POEM E0MEKEW8. The temperance meeting on Saturday eveuing was very largely attended. The Democratic County Convention will be held iu tliis city on Satunlay, May 18th. A good average crop of atrastberriis j may ! expected, notwithstanding Hit late frosts. The condition of Fieri Jiocart is quite critical. A aeeoud amputation ol Uie injured limb is thought uecessary. Captain C. 1. Craudall arrived in tl-is j vny tiy we steamer loano," alter an absence of several yean from the State. The store of N. K. Vet iu East Port laud wax burglarized on Saturday morn ing, and a quantity of clothing ab stracted. Let Wednesday evening C. C. Beek man. Republican nominee for governor. delivered an addreas to a large audience ai oi. uuarle Hotel. The several Good Templar Ioige in this eily have installed their officers for the new term...

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. — 10 May 1878

FRIDAY MAY 10, 187S. HM KEEKED GE11 ES. Y"i lnlNide. with Itssbafisnf gleaming while Unix d id '.he glory or the setting ua, Hl 1- many a grave where, bidden from oar Night. Sum- loved one sleep, life's toll and labor done. Bo' there are craves above whose slumbering mould No polished marble rears It stately bead. An 1 w here no fragrant dowers above unfold, ! waken pity tor the quiet dead. The-e are the grave deep down within oar he.trN, Where it- the hopes and dreamt of early Bur.-i! from sight, but signalled by such marks A- only be macta by blood and tear. Kotii'- .irly love that crowned as in oar youth, An I made llfeglorloasforasbort.sweet bout, son,. Cherished promise, robbed of strength and truth. Crushed in the morning of Its new-born lower. Here lis the snot where memorv has eneraved The form and face of one we railed a friend. One for whose welfare we would e'en have braved Censure and heartache to the bitter end. But 'twas not wisely done, and so we draw Before I be trea...

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. — 17 May 1878

1 'he &m i?0ttto5i -if i r t 4 ,4 '4 Kit. A. J. BCMWAY. KdKor and Prenieter JFPICE OK 1 J 0T& WasIUXGTOSSTKUT TERMS, IK ADVANCE : Oct yew.. Six months - .nm month.. - 1 W ADVERTISEMEN TS Inserted on Terms HER LOT: on. IIbh She I'rotectctl. Br Mn. A. J. DTJNIWAY. 1W "JCDITH KKtD," "CLLOT DOWD,' 'AXK A BOOT IBB," "TM HAPPY OK," "on WOHAJ "MABSS MOSUaoX,' gTHmia,nwlmtoAofOoatrM,ln tbe tar MIS, by Mn. A. J. Doalwar, la the office of ' Hm Ubnrlanof Oootrm at Washington City. CHAPTER XVL Morning found me weak, etifl, and languid, but so much better tbat I felt tbat I might inaugurate tbe 'otk I bail visited Nevada City to attempt. I rote from my couch and made tbe loileU of my keif and children, my habitation warmed by a glowing fire of pilch pine kindlings tbat my kind friends bad prepared the previous eveuii.g, and lighted by the glowing sunshine that spread its quiet glory over the surround ing mountain tops. The crisp, clear air m as pure as the crystal ether tbat pervades the...

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. — 17 May 1878

.MAY 17, 1878. Our Ticket. r Cojn'y SuperlnKndent ol School lor I'atoD coun'v, MRS. MAGGIE P. AMES. OUR TIOEET. Oar couteniporaries, high a ad low, i throughout Eastern, Middle, and South- ern Oregon have beaded their columns ; with the names of their eboeen eaudi- 1 dates fr oftiee, from .member of Con gress mid goveruor of the Bute to cro-1 tier of eacii respective eoanty. With (tunning display type, tbeae names I clialleuge the Immediate attention of every reader the moment be unfolds his paper. Glance now at our ticket, and realize, if never before, bow little the women of Oregon, Used without repre sentation, governed without consent, get for their share in governmental matters, and while thinking of this, bear in mind that even this little is vastly more than they are accustomed to get, aud that even now the Demo crats and Republicans of Union county eaeh uphold a man for the poaitioii sought by "our ticket." Oiwe before in the history of Oregon luts a woman been nominated for...

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. — 17 May 1878

MISCELLANEOUS. JIISCELLAXEOUS. ' MISCELLAiflSOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. 3II3CELLANEOUS ADVBttTISEJIEJfTS. it IV 1 ' f 1 -t a-.. .MAY 17, 1878. HOMEKEWS. Strawberries fu the market only sev eoty-llve eeate per imhiihI. Mr. A. H. Morgan lias buflleleotly re- vus iinui ma severe illness to oe again on me street. Ttie OrOffOn ibdnrallnii In tl.ti mnatul festival in 8an Francisco will leave for uii place oil Saturday. HmiuhhIih' that van Kitm mill- until next Monday to gel some of those gems taken at tbe Ferrotype Gallery. Captain J. C. A ins worth ami family returned to their home in tills city by the "Oregon," after an absence of eight or nine months. A fresh lot of cough candy, superior "j w uau ereewuere iu me city, at the "star tent," Morrison street, be- iwn rooriu ami null. C. H. Lewis awl Dr. It. B. Wilson sailed heruvnu tlu "Vl,tr ii n. rnrui.. on a visit to the East, expecting to be absent two or three months. The THjpils, teacliers, ami friemis of mw ju. x.. aunoay acnooi win now tne...

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. — 17 May 1878

MAY 17, 1878. SI I SHIP AT SEA. O.hailor. ha e you spoken her, and on what distant kea. The ship no long expected, that Is coming borne to me " When shall I mark the son and wave break into h nark line sDrar. As, laden with my ventures, she eonies nailing up me tay t O, sailor, ir yon have not ballad my ship by sea 01 shore. Some word, mayhap, you bring of her, onboard bv me before: For fairer tar than all the fleet of India or Cat hav. I the Tart that (ilea my colon, and that cruises faraway: Not Count Arnaldos shining prow, that sailed with satin aalla; Not Cleopatra's burning barge, wooed by the love-sick Kales: Nor that lamed ship of old that bore the Argo nauts from Greece, By Orphean strains accompanied to wind the uumea r li Great Ciesar and his fortune not that classic bark whlrh bora. Nor that in which Queen Dido saw .Eneas quit the shore; Nor that wherein, a Horace singe, one-hall his soul was nenned. Because among her passengers embarked hi uearesi inena Not those proud g...

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. — 24 May 1878

Or Mill. i- TI'.MWAT. Mller as PrearteUr V FirE-roK.KtoST WtSHIXGTOXSTBEKT TEBMS, IN ADVANCE: S3 00 year.... S'i munthit - I " ! . ..- 1 (XI lit.ert ton Reasonable Al VJeHM.L.'. . . Term. HER LOT C1. By Xn. A. J. DCNTWA.Y. ACTHOK OF "JBBITH KEJD," "IUIS uowii,' "AMIS AStO BESTS Y Mt "TH IIAI I ," oi woaAW sn." BYC Vlf.i Kit. IKDtgr-vl.soxinllnicto Art ofOuanfli , n, ilic year IMI, by Mm. A-J. Dsniwsjr, la Ike ..t!i. . i the Ulmrionerouagma TmUi('ii "ii . CHAPTER XVU. "First tell me about yourself, Mr. Graeme, if mieh be your name; aud I appose I an not mistaken la believing 70a to be Ethel's, that la, Mrs. Chalm ers', sister." "I in Maleom Graeme, at your ser vice, madam." , "Afaloolm Graeme ."' It was now my turn to be astonished. "Who are 70a, anyhow f" The stranger laogbed uneasily. "I beg your pardon, air," I continued, "but I am very much astonished. My father's name Is Graeme Malcolm Graeme!" "Ah, indeed ? "The very same." "Then I suppose it will not be out of order for me to ...

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. — 24 May 1878

Mu3 MAY SJ, 1S7S. Our Ticket. Kr toanly Superintendent of Schools for Union county, MRS. MAGGIE P. AMES. OUR TIOKET JL AEOHING ON. Union eounty exchanges show that "our ticket" is extremely popular there aboute. We bave been asked whether Mrs. Ames ie a Republican or a Demo crat. We do not know, neither care we. She is a competent, intelligent woman, and sue seeks the office of county super intendent of bcliools. This office, we have beeu assured, she Is well qualified to fill. The men of the Stale will, to use Brother Abbott's expression, "gob ble up" the offices, with this exception, with all their honors and emoluments without so much as saying "by your leave" to one-half of the citizens of the Slate who are taxed to pay their official fees. We desire to see Mrs. Ames elected because she is worthy of the place and the honor; because we believe she will faithfully and efficiently dis charge its duties, and because her bravery and courage in coming out be fore the voters of Union c...

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. — 24 May 1878

M J I W- m firmest FRIDAY .MAY 24, 187S. HOMEKEWS. Fred Bogart la Improving very slowly. state eiecuou one week from next Aioouay. DwellloB-houses are In great demand jd miis aiy. Six bHBdred Chinese Imve arrived In Ulis eHy during the past wek. Tlie printers of tbis city bare decided to nave a plenlc at an early day. The "WorkiDgmeu will bave a plonlc at rillnmaA -I- An . I. O.I t T ... Work has been onramenced on the new building of the Bishop Scott Grata- mar beuooi. The eost of the new Bishop Scott Grammar School buildings will be boat 312,000. Tbe steamer "Oregon" acenmtlihMl Her laat trip from tills port to San Fran cisco in nny uours A. H. Korean and wife Ijave dermrted to 3au Franeisoo for tbe benefit of tbe bealtb of tbe former. Tbe "Chester" brought up on her last inp at eaoin anu 146 steerage passen gets, and 750 tons of freight. Some of the salmon canneries on the lower Columbia hire girls, instead of islilneee as heretofore, to Io their label ing. Notwithstanding the tr...

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. — 24 May 1878

.MAY 34, 1878. HO'I MARK! A MAN TO SATE HIM. A letter from Oregon to the Now York Ran b for a large numb r o; (X'hhI, true women tt --!? out and miirry the men who are I'tillliinc about saloon-" and going to de struction. They mast lie every wjr "worthy, noble, mill able and wllllne lo work." The question naturally arises: Would thaie wom en be any lietter off than to remain slngle,or sliall they iorget themselves, and, wltb mis sion. try spirit, marry llit-se men to reform and punlv lliein ? A 'Ty romes ovrr from Oregon J--ir .1 tr lo.el. not of women wan, - litn vmiii. mi! blood, and brain, and brawn: t'li'in mm r thew men lofcave them! Tl r. thousands here in these haunts o( -p. mlun; Hieir money in came and gin t'i.rn!t without and rorrupt witaln nr marry these men to Mive them! Thr have leen Bonn lKiv pride and Joy .soun 's petted and pampered buy jul .1 lor lack of a maiden coy; t ome marry these men lo save them! You must 1 healthy, and pure, and strong; i.!e io breast and be...

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. — 31 May 1878

XI 12 HI. . Mi., r.4Stor and Proprtttur , A Journalfortbereorle. Devoted to the Interest of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. illTe to all Live Issues, and Thoronghlv Radical lu Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs oi the Masaes. )FTK"E CoK 1 .ISt A WA'-HOOTOJtf TIiF.ET TBRMS, IK A.DVASCK: hr) One year $.? no 1 75 1 no s', i months frree mnntbs.. ADVERTS Termw l--";::.NTh Inserted on Reasonable HER LOT; oi , H tiiie Wu lrutet-ri. m I A.J. DL'XITVAY. ACTIIOK OF -JI KITH RF.ID," "KLMtX POWI,' "AMIE AND HKSItY I.F.K," 'Tint DAI-I'V ui.uj:,""osb woiAX'sarnuic" "MATX.F JCMM-OS," 1.1 1 . IT' .i I T"i . ;Knlered,nroo!jiij:: to c or ConeresK, .11 .iiUie i:. of yi -it l-O., liy Mrs. A J. IltluiWi.v, In the Librarian of Omsrw at Wasblns'on City. en VTF. R XVIII. I turn, d UJk, Mr. I.illienthal with a J look of seorp "Sir, do I owe you anything?" I a-U i, lo.'til . "No, madam." "Am I tinder any personal obligation to you for which I have not already given viltie receive.! in dollars ...

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. — 31 May 1878

m .MAY 81, lers. Our Ticket. Fur County Superintendent of Scboole for Uoion county, MRS. MAGGIE P. AMES. DIESJIABD. The death struggles of masculine su premacy, orrathermasculino monopoly, are protracted and terrible. Could an anastbetie In the way of failure to per ioral tue extraordinary and custom lor bidden things that women are every' where undertaking be occasionally ad ministered, it would mitlgatelsomewba,, me agonised gasps of the tortured vic tims, but with serenity that is porfeetly exasperating women btudy law aud practice It, study medicine and practice It, study the sciences and excel therein, become merchants, clerks, professors, preachers, dentists, etc., and witli such success that the problem as to whether they can do these things is clearly dem onstrated, and all argument is shut off. The fights that men mako everywhere when a woman duly qualified asks io be permitted to practice law in the courts is familiar to all who have not been taking a Rip Van Winkle nap. T...

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. — 31 May 1878

MAY SI, 1S7S. HOMENEWS. It lias been decided to hold the print ers' pienie at Vancouver on tbe IStli of June. TtieO.S. N.Coint,iaiiyareuow running uiree uoaie ou me .Lower uoiumulu two to Astoria and oue to Kalatuu. S. G. Heed and wife sailed on the "Clteeter" for Sail Francisco, Intending to visit me oontnieniuuniigiuelr year's abseiwe from this city. . The. first reunion of the High School Alumni Association will he held on the day following the commencement exer cises, which will take place nest month. The annual picnic of the M. E. Sun day School, which took place at Koss Island, on Saturday, was largely at tended and greatly enjoyed, both by children and their elders. Dr. .Tame! Keck, the well-known ca tarrh doctor, manufactures painkiller, Htlvee, and liniments of ceveml varie ties, which he confidently recommends to those in need of such articles. The Hose Manning Opera Boufle Combination are playing at New Mar ket Theater this week to good audi ences. The rendition of popula...

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. — 31 May 1878

f 4 FRIDAY . -MAY 31, 1878. AM HOBLO. , .'JJa from a roinizn iu,r-. ' i.nidward in tiie freshened I A- after salli'i A ship, fuli-.i Comes presslu breeze. Where swarthy headland- umuathe billows' roar; Anil iniusea-'oughtnnrboragecalmlytwtngs. When irraybeard Twilight (looms the mur muring bay. Folding to rest im long-exerted wines. Kissed by (lie cool lips of tM ocean upray- S" has my mind It anchorage round In Hi- Mill harbor of a sweet content. Iuitl-lorkcd from fears that beai "With ctaMv le. tsound On coasts loam-flecked with surges chill and pent. No fretting cares disturb Its sheltered calm. ir break the silence of IU fall repose; The breeze blows sweetly over teds ot balm, ADd soothes forever old memorial woes. And as the sailor in tfeahsrlsnr .lr.n, In silent watches of his venturous lire. And in the swell of tar-off music seems Tu hear tbe songs once wooing him to strife So. floating safely on the sheltered sea, liocked by the laky ebbing or the tide, I dream of all my lif...

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. — 7 June 1878

$t Tim ftsrijscsi. US. i. i. DIMWAT, titur asi Prprtrtor A Journal for tbe People. Devoted to tbe Intereetfof nnmanltj. Independent In Polities and Iteligiop. Ulve to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposlngand Exposing theVrongs ot the Maiiei. TERMS, IN ADVANCED Oueyar SIX NWBIB. t - 1 00 Tlree sasatfci. Correspondents wrltlnc over mummed slcna tnres must make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their oommanleatione. ADVKRXISKMKNTSImoitedeB HeosonaWe I ems. Fbke Spercn, Fbki Press, Free People. VOLUME VII. PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, .TXJ1VE , 187H. IVXJ3IBER 38. HER LOT o. II. .m- Sbe Protected. Br xn, A. J. DUXIWAY. ACTHOK or "JPMTK BHR," "El, I, EX MVTB,'' JlMIE AJTD MKK LBK," "THE IIAPI'T COMK," BN XOXAlCS SPHERE, "MAMS MOBttlBOy," SVC, KTC. (EB(rad,acs0rdlaK to Act of 0rr. In lite year 1878, by Hn. A. J. Donl wy. In the efliee of the UbrarUn of Ooostom at WMklEto Cttr. CHAPTER XIX. I was so very wear; wjieti I first re turned to toy reel ...

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. — 7 June 1878

FRIDAY JUE 7, 1S78. OUR LAW-MAKERS OUT IN POROE. 'Election day, in the common parlance of the press, "passed ofl quietly." For several days previous crowds were to be seen gathered at corners or filing In and out of saloons, expressing in language more emphatic than dignified their opinions of the various tickets and special men thereon, and, judging from comments freely Indulged, there had been a great slaughter of "crow;" though, from the vociferous cawing, one would suppose the unclean bird alive, numerous, and In the most garrulous mood. The wisdom of the law prohib iting the selling of liquor during voting hours was apparent throughout the day, and while former elections com pared with those that have taken place since the enactment of the law shows that it was almost a necessity, the very fact that it Is so is a sad commentary upon the capacity of men for self-government, to say nothing of the usurped capaaltyof extending an unwarrantable jurisdiction over women. Around each 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. — 7 June 1878

JUKI? 7, 1878. HOMEJTEWS. rrtmerr picnic at Vancouver on the iOUl. Seral-aoDual examinations are in progress in the public sobools. John Jack and Annie Firm in are playlBB in Auklaud, Xew Zealand. The average attendance at the public mnwois ior me uionin ending aiay 29tu was 1,450. Tlie Oregon delegates to the May Mu sical Festival in San Kranoisco returned by the steamer "Idaho." The annual meeting of the Oregon State Medical Soolety will take place in tliis eity on the 18th lust. The annual picnic of the Unitarian Sunday School will take place at New Bra, on Saturday, June Sth. The funeral or Mrs. George L. Hib banl took place on Saturday from the myror-sireei unuroii, auu was largely attended. Grand Granger picnic at State Fair Kiubimh io-uay (.Friday;. 'llcKels Irotn this eity, $2 00 for round trip. Every body invited. Mies Draedll, Mrs. Billings, Ames, Clark, Mr. Whitney, and Mr. Fesaen (ten, the celebrated quintette, expect to visit this city In July. Salooaselosed on election...

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. — 7 June 1878

Si, FRIDAY .JUNK V, IS7S. TUE 0XLT SOS. ,.iyins buck on years departed rat a mother, lonely-hearted, I Kjwn tier cheek d tears had started. Wept she lor an only ma : Not one word her ltiw were saying, Reason ror her del betraying; But her earnest heart ma praying For her lout, forsaken one. 'old her weary heart was growing. Hitter cold the wind was blowing Forth to heaven her prayer Mill going, Wept she for her only son; "Father," cried she, "watee thou o'er him, Smooib (lie's ragged path before hlra, Six.n to my fond arms restore him, Save my lost, forsaken one. While ..he pray'd her heart crew lighter. While bc wept her hope grew brighter, Tcinpesu could no longer fright her. Hoped she for her only mmi ; Kaon ber earnest prayer was granted. Soon was given what she wanted. In ber arms she das pHi, enchanted. Her long-lost, forsaken one. Ye who go through llfedespalring. ever hoping, always fearing. Hoar this mother's accent cheering. Telling of her only son ; Angel care is never sl...

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. — 14 June 1878

KXK. A. J. rtlWAT. galur (B rreprlHsr A Journal forthePeopIe. Devoted to the Interestsof Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion, alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly RadlolInOppo'j,ngandErposlngthe'WronB ot the Masses. ) FFICE-CoR.Klt.jKT A VuBJUSTOXflTUR TKRM8, IN ADVANCK: One year. HI monUK Ttree monUii, 1 Free Speech,' Free ritEss, Fuee People. Corres pondents writing over assumed signa tures most make known tbelr names to tbe Editor, or no attention will be glvea to their eommnnleatlons. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted OB Term a POTJ.TIjA.1VD, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 1-1, 1878. IVTJIBErt 39. HER LOT OB, Hr Kfc 1'rotectetf. Bv Mas. A. J. DCTTTWAY. A"TH.K OF "JCOITtt BEID," "EI.MCJT BOWll,'' "AMIE AXU HK.KEY LEE," "TBI HA PPT HOME," WOIASI KFHCRK," " ADCI MORBISOX," ETC., KTCi ETC Entered, according to Act ofCoDcmv.ln the year 1S78, by M. A. J. Duo I way, In the offleeof the Librarian of Congress at Washington City. CHAPTER XX. When the court was called on the fol low I off morn ...

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. — 14 June 1878

tC3 luCttJ5tJCl. Fit I DAY ...JUXE 14, 187S. MISREPSE8EHTED IM 0OHGEE8S. It is bad enough to be unrepresented, but it is infinitely worse" to be misrep resented. The women of Oregon caunot be too grateful to Mr. Mitchell for his championship of their interests during the time he has occupied a sent ill the innate chamber of the United States, ami the women of California owe a like debt of gratitude to Senator Sargent. While James K. Kelly wag Senator, he offered as much opfiosltion to woman's political advancement as a putty man could oppose to anything, and, unfor tunately, the vote or a noodle, In or out of Congress, counts one, only suppnslug that the noodle is of the masculine Sen der. Senator Orover follows closely iu Kelly's wake, and votes adversely to tiie interests of that class of citizens who are taxed without representation and governed without consent, becabte, forsooth, they are women. Hon. Rlch ard Williams, though not an open advo cate of woman's enfranchisement, vot...

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