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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 August 1878

- ' - A TUl'KSDAY AUGUST 22, IS78. HOME HEWS. A mechanics fair will be held in this city ouring the Hrvl week in October. W. S. DunlWHy arrive by the "Great itepuoue" on lug annual visit "home." Filiiiir wmhi is over, and a targe ii u m ner 01 nxiiermeii nave ootne Up to iuib city. Tlie cily is overcrowd! with Mran- cers, cnnKHUeiit ou cheap tares lietween uere hikI Shii rranclfco. I'rnffHoor rim, i we new nottl ma(er or tlie Jiistiop tv-ott uraBJinar School, arnveu uy tne "ireK"u. Captain M. C. Wilkinson lias lieen or dered to join Ills eorutmuy In Dakota, ana win prooauiy nepart boou. Hou. L. F. Grover departed for San Francisco by the "Elder." The Oregon legislature don't interest lilm this time. An Indian named Grant lias been ar rested fur the murder of Denui Spellin. Kvittence of liia guilt Deems to be pretty strong. A cordial greeting and reception va9 teudered Senator Mitchell by his many friends in this city on the evening suc ceeding his arrival. General Howard returned to...

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. — 22 August 1878

ts-. THURSDAY AUGUST 22, 1S7SJ SIMMEK'S HtKt. Purple violets have died. Snow drops lost their leaves of snow; Bin in valleys green and wide Honey buck leu grow; Robins with their rainbow b roast J'hrough the sunshine flashing go. Dreaming or their hidden nests Buildetf high and tow: There's rain of sil very singing summers here, you know! From i lie maple tassels red All the Ore has burned away. And the sotl green leaves Instead On the branches play; Butterflies with wings of gauze I n t lie gold air golden (low. And enthroned In roses nauee. Coaxing them t blow; There are blue skies, heavenly tender i mifi here, yon Know! Where the hillsides wept In spring, Grows the verdare Owen and bright; Ard the swollen rivers sing, Kippling with delight; Lilies, swaying la the tide. In the shore-kjed waters blow; And the swallows as they glide Shadows fllnr below - There a whole world's throbbing put MiwsHTi uere, yon Know . Squirrels dart from tree to tree; In the tangled woods are heard 'Whi...

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. — 29 August 1878

t Q I 111 She $en? $0titoe$i A JonrnatforlhePoopie. Devoted to the Interestsof Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Alive to all Mve Issues, and Thoroughly . J- MMWAT. mier ana Proprietor 5 r riCS-0.FKOT& V ASH IXOtOBSTiW Itaaieal la OnooslBsand Exposing the Wrongs -TKRMK, IN ADVANCE : ot the Ma On year. I'.x months. Ttree months. CorrefxHdenU writtae over assumed rigna tnm mul make known tbeir names to tho Editor, or no attention will be Riven t their communications. AJVBBTraElWXTSIiMertadmRBMHMble g Fbbb SrBECir, Free rwiss, Fbke People. rrz: " 5 " - VOLTXXCE VII. . POKTLiVND, OREGON, u-av x , . vu u u x HER LOT OR, M'ns lftiv She I'rotecfed. Br Mas. A. J. DTOIWAY. W '-JUDITH nut," BU.SK MWD," AJtD MBKKT uta," TMB HArrT BtOaX," "OJTB WOMAVS 8FHKBB. "xunrioninii," ETC., KTCa ETC nriiOrBi.ttwi Jlngto Act of CongTew.ln tbc . yeara7B,)y Mm. A. J. Dnnlway, In the office or the Librarian of Oonareai at Washington City.) CHAPTER XXX. George was busily engaged In turning mw...

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. — 29 August 1878

THURSDAY -AUGUST 29, 1878. LINE UPON LINE. Though we have often taken occasion Jo impress upon tlie minds of girls the utility, If not the absolute necessity, of choosing some business that will give them pecuniary Independence, we feel as if too much could not be urged In ad vocacy thereof. If, therefore, we are found giving line upon line in this di reetlou, we hope those for whose welfare it is Intended will patiently hear us through and ponder well the reasons urged. It makes but little difference, girls, what business you choose, so that yon have ability to master its details and strength to carry it forward. No danger of your womanly instincts lead ing you -astray In this vital matter. There w danger, however, that your judgment will be warped or biased by the ban and cry raised by custom at any . attempt made outside of the beaten path. Upon this point fortify your selves, for the best are liable to be turned aside by sneers and criticisms. Having chosen your Hue of business,...

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. — 29 August 1878

N Hetties THURSDAY AUGUST 29, 1S7S, HOHB KEWS. Re- S"lher Chiuiquy departed for omu r raoeteeo oy tbe "Idaho." B. Carter, State printer, returned '" oaa r raocteen by tbe"lSMer." Julia a Moreland, Esq., is lying quite ill of typhoid feveret lite resMwee u wit city. Many of oar streets a r being maratl auiited aud Irnprovtt! in a manner that win defy mud. . The public schools of th city h ill t c-"eneu iwn .iniuiay with b full corps or teacher. Another flue painting; 0 oil of Mount nooa has Just been executed by VV. S. Parrott, tbe Oregon artist. The burnt district in East Port la ml Is oeioft: renuilt with structure more miU- oianuai tnau ltio destroyed. A great reduction lo tbe price of picture at the gallery of Davidson Kroluers ig noticeable. Their work I nrst-claa. Mr. O'Shea, wlio mas ao periously In lured by blows on tbe bead by the rob' hers of bio shop lt week, is out of danger aud constantly ioiproviug. Or. Walter Hyite, spiritual develo Ing medtuoi, gives sittings daily fr...

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. — 29 August 1878

THCKSDAY...- AUGUST 29, 1S7S. TIME. !To-day U bat the golden bridge thmt lead From golden yetaerdaystosweet u-morrows rrbe present and Its beaiaon who heed T In wt and future lie oor lorn and sorrows. 'The birda sing," and "The bird will sine, we cay. HAPPINESS. 1 "rue happiness I not the growth of earth ; Tbe toll I fruitless if ye seek It there; Tls an exotic of celestial birth. And blossoms only In celestial air. f weet plant of Paradise; Its seed are sown In here and there a mind of heavenly mold It rises slow and bods, bill ne'er was known To bloom the ell mala is too cold. A DEAD FRIK5U. - . Well bleat Is haMjtebas a dear one dead : Amend ne has wtsoas face will never change -"l-1 ""iiiosisibsitoi ixi grow strange Tbe anchor of a leva U death. The biassed nmiUMu f a inHn. "WU1 reaeh oor cheek all fresh through weary 3r ber who died Ions; alnee.ah, waste not tears; ow wuc naio tue ena. Thank find Cru nnA AmA friMtA "With face SUU radiant with the Urdrtaf troth, Vboovrs tbegrayf...

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. — 5 September 1878

M U. A. J. aBNIWAT, ftJtter and FreprMsr A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interest of Humanity. Independent in Polities and Religion. Mtve to alt Live Issues, and Thoroughly 0 KFICE CSor.FkostA WASHlsoToxSTHitrr Radical in Oppotlnc and Exposing the Wrongs ol the Hastes. TERMS, IK ADVANCE: One -KM .. 178 th. Tnree monthi .. Free Si" 3i, Fbee Prem, Free Pw)rr.E. 1 OonespoBd eats wrltlne over aesamed sicna- tates matt make Known tbeir names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their POKTLAAD, OREGON, TIIUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER ."5, l!?rJ?. JVTTSIBElt 31. ADVE RTI.SEM E NTS Iiuerted oa H-.MOUM lile communications. term HER LOT oa. IIV .Slip I'rotcctcil. Br In A. J. DUJOWA.Y. tr -nana ibd," "tua Down,' ro umr ra," tb nattt "Hi" WOMAN'S SPHERE," MKASOK MORRISOU," nc.i etc. m; Entered, according to Art pf Conie , In the year MS, by Ma A. J. Danlwmr, In Uie offlee of the Librarian of Oonsrem at Wasblnctoa City. CHAPTER XXXL It was midnight when (Jeorge re turned. Bat he found 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. — 5 September 1878

THUBSDAY...-SEPTEMBER 6, IS73. TO OUEATEONS. Volume VII. of the New Northwest will close with tbe next issue. Now is an important aDi appropriate time to talk a little with our patrons on plain business topics. We have struggled through storm and sunshine, heat and cold, and health and sickness, to hold aloft the baouer of equal rights through a period of. seven and a half years. Ottee only, and that was nearly six years ago, .when our entire household was overshadowed by tbe darkened wings of Azrael, have our halyards been loosed and the flag compelled to fall for a season from its post of honor and duty. From the day of resumption until now, tbe People's Paper has never failed to visit you regularly. Many of you have promptly paid your dues when called upon, but many hundreds are in arrears for subscriptions, and we must ha&e the money. If you oould know of the cease less eltorls necessary to not only supply the paper with the needed mental stlm blus efforts that cause you to ...

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. — 5 September 1878

HjTrYM I s TH IRSDAY....SEPTEMBEB fi, 1S7S. HOKBMEWS. Stutllea were resumed in the Ki-l-op bcott Grammar School oti the 31 inst. The cargo took out l.v the "Oregon" on her last trip was valued at $128,492. annual conference of M. E. Church will I. held at Taylor -street Church In ibis city. I he the McCowu'a patent rein-bolder meets with immense favor. It in all and wore than ii claimed for It. See advent-emeu t. Hit Honor Judge l)-aiy ilepaiit'd for Sati Kraocio bv the 'V.iAr " expecting to be a been t about three wee Kg. ictor Bellinger, who several weeks since ahot hioieelf accidentally u East Portland, is, contrary to all expecta tions, rapidly recovering. Miss Maria Solter, who visited tbi city in the early summer leeturlnK on ''Denmark and the Danes," lectured at Port Towusend last week. The steamship "City of Chester" will shortly be placed upon the Portland, Puret Sound and Victoria route, in op position to the "California." Note the testimonials published else where of "Joh...

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. — 5 September 1878

rHUBSDAY...SEPTEJIBEU 5, 1S7S. THE FOBECLOSIEE OF THE MORTGAGE. Walk rteht In the settin'-room.Deaoon; It's all in a muauie, you see. Bat I hadn't no heart to right It, to I've Jest let everything be. Besides, I'm a-goln' to-morrer I ealklate to start with the dawn And the boose wont seem so home-like If It's all a wot and forlorn. I sent off the children this mornln'; they both on 'em begged to stay. But I thought 'twould be easier, inebbe, if I was alone to-day. For this was the very day. Deacon, jest twenty year ago, That Caleb and me moved In; sol couldn't for- git It, yon know. We was so busy and happy l we'd ben married a month before And Caleb would clear the table and brnsh up the kitchen floor. He said I was tired, and heM belpme; bat, law! that was always his way Always handy and helpful and kind to the very last day. Dont yon remember. Deacon, that winter I broke my ana Why, Caleb sfcureely left me. not even to tend to the farm. There night and mornln' I saw blm,a-etUn' s...

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. — 12 September 1878

-r-trrii IS. A. J. CVIWAT. EilUr PresrMerj ) . KICB-Coa.FiwsTA Washij.gtoj.Stkf.kt A Journal for the People. Devoted to the InteresUof Humanity . Independent in Polities and Religion. UlTe to all Live Isones, and Thoroughly Radical in Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs TERMS, IN AKVANCK: ol tbe Masses. -i'.e year S'.x months Tlree months -. 175 -IN Free Shetoh. Kbeb Fhpm, Free People. At)V'JSKTIshMKSrMiirt !.. 11 Reasonable 1 VOIOatE VII. POKTLA'. OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER l, 1JST!-".. number r;;-:. HER LOT' OR, I'ratecletf. Bt Mrs. A. J. DCNIWAY. AUTUOR OF "JPOITH UID," "ELl.ES DOVD," "AHIE ASD HEHKY Ut," "THE HAPPT HOME," 4sTB VOUI1 SPHF.SK," "MAOOBMtltUiOS," J?'" jjHt' -.u. iinKu.Aci.,rrnSre..,inthe fe. ' Mr. A.J. Dnniway, iu the office or tFVriunoiconirrenatWaohiuctoni'ity. THAITEB XXXII. Oerald was not to be found. I learnrd on diligent Inquiry tliat be bad gone aboard the boat (he night before, and was probably now at Walla Walla. His enforced fit of soberness hat! so awakened...

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. — 12 September 1878

ipje lien? Ik ripest. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12, IS7S." GLOBE OP VOLUME VII. " We've nld our seven times orer and over, M?n time one are seven." This issue closes Volume VII. of the New Northwest. It is expected, ami Is perhaps fitting that the closing lesson of the old year should be one of retro spection, the opening lesson of the new year one of anticipation. Yet, turning our thoughts backward through tl seven years of life, activity ami popu larity that the New Northwest has enjoyed, and, glancing at the closing words of each successive volume, we feel that "What has been said we can but say" again and again in this con nection. "Forgiving all things per sonal," and bating ouly wrong to hu manity, we glanee over the pages of our bound flies, wherein we see many an ink picture of a sharp and decisive con flict with bigotry awl error; many a eeathing retort upon our brethren of tiie quill, as severe as the words that provoked It; many a word of encour agement from friends of human rig...

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. — 12 September 1878

TH l " I :SDA Y. -SEPTEMBER 12, 187$. HOMBJEWS. The Oregon sailed on Sunday morn lop, carrying hence a large list of iws ugers. Daring the first nine days of Septem ber, eigruv-elgnt arreste were made by the police in thin city. Dr. Dean Clarke, who lectured in an swer to Mr. Criizan on "Spiritualism" in this city last summer, ia now in Olympia, speaking ou favorite tonic (J. Neimeyer, the popular merchant tailor, means just what he says in the announcement made elsewhere. His goods are the best, and his "flu" perfect. Or. Walter Hyde, spiritual develop ing medium, gives sittings daily from 10 a. m. to 4 P. it., at 141 First street, room 12. Public seance every evening BL I O CIOCK. to to the C. O. D. grocery. No. 222 Irsl street, and you will be astonished at the low rates at which tbey dispose oi standard family groceries, nee ad vertisement. Heavy fires with much destruction of proerty, are reported as raging in the timber on the north side of the Co lumbia River for miles. The s...

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. — 12 September 1878

tvd ttcrthwe. rHIKSDAY... -SEPTEMBER 12, 167S. Al'ttSIKUriU 10 HOIVT IIU01). Tli- following I"- in w.is written by an Ore ..ii pioneer, Mr. Naiii.in IVarcy, as will be s.-t-n by the date.twi-iit.wine trars ago. It bus --ti published i-r.il tunes, and wp have In-en asked to gK' it a place in our column, Inch we cheerfully Jo. . thou bright, beauu-ous. peerless mount, K'lht feature on creation's face! Hou oil I've (axed upon thy trout, J-.iiroM-d in snow and fleecy haze. I-.l i ikf to clamber up thy side. stand on thy cloud-caul peak and look' Aioiind upon the prospect wide, '1 ill eye no utorv the scene could brook. M a jest ic mount ! Kay, why dost thoa ppear to look so gravely down ? Ami when atnrtns shroud thy hoary brow ' ib, why dost thou sodarkly frown t A ud oft in tones ot thunder break 1 he silence deep of Oregon, Arousing with thine awful quake The "grimy and the forest aoo; And flashing forth In splendor wild The gleams of anger from thine ere On scene on which thou oft ha...

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. — 19 September 1878

VCSIWAT, Better SBd Preprleter V ICE -Cor. Kbost A WashikgtonStrbft TKRMfi, IN ADVANCE : Jee jrear.. Ttrpnaa 1 75 IN AlflrEIlTIHEMKM'Slii'.erte.l.m Rexaonable rvr.ni HER LOT; Uw Khr Mmm Protested. R . Mt:- V. J. Dt'NIWAY. lli .rt . V '.fl l.irH KEIO." "El.LKje Down, Alt AND HKSKV LKt," "THK HA1-PY U.V.I ,""oi WOMAK'HSPMEBP.," "XADae okrisox," ' KTC., KTT.t KTC. Kotei T,B)" IT i ng to Act of C Vtngiw, In the year 1 nTVb JfT. A. J. Dunlwuy. In the office of he L,ilrarlaaoroaiigress at Washington CIty.l CHAPTEB XXXIIL Tbe saru tteamer that bore away my old awh-eiienukbroagbl to ma my best .. .. . - Moneys, wi.o, otraiy accompanied by Dr. I faatl been so busily engaged in listening to the ravings of my husband t iu I had not observed their approach, and when I entered my parlor and en countered them, I felt that I would not have been more thoroughly surprised bad gome one risen from the dead. "Can it be possible that this little wreck of femininity ie my old-time patient from Melbourne?...

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. — 19 September 1878

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1S7S. OOMMSMCEMEKT OP VOLUME Till. From week to week for tlie put seven years, the New Northwest lias regu larly proclaimed to tbe world tbe doc trines of peace and good wilt as based upon tbe priuciples of human rights and political equality, and to-day, with energy born or, and intensified by past struggles with bigotry awl error, we send tbe initial uuuiberof Volume VIII. out upon a mission of like import to hu manity. Holding, in common with tbe framere of the Declaration or Inde Itendeuee, fast by the just enunciation of personal freedom and political equal ity, it snail ue our eare as well a duty to make each number that shall compose tbe new volume stak no un oertaiu .sound iii advocaey thereof. Willi thla issue, it will be observed, the story tiutt baa made our first age so attractive for the past sis mouths, comes to an etMl. With our next itue, tbe new serial promised by Mrs. Duuiway two weeks since will begin. We have reeeived tbe initial chapter, 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. — 19 September 1878

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1878. HOMEiTEWB. Two lady clerks appear at the post office. JatneeH. Slater was elected Culled States Senator on Tuesday. The new boat for the Portland-Vancouver route will be completed by the flrat of October. The atea titer 'Oly mpla" from Victoria and Bound ports arrived at this port ou Monday evening. An insane Chinaman was committed to the insane asylum from Douglas eouoty last Friday. Grain is arriving in large quantities in this city by steamboatand rail. The wheat fleet atworba it. An addition is needed to St. Viueent'8 Hospital Jto accommodate the rapidly increasing number of patienU. Miss Nor Himpeon is enrolling clerk in the Senate, the flrst lady otn cial ever employed by the Oregon legis lature. Employee of the O. S. X. Co., on the Upper Columbia, donatsri, on Friday, an aggregate of $198 S3 to the yelruw feer sufferers. The walls of the new cathedral are going np rapidly. Tl is hoted Hint it will be under roof by the time the winter rain begins. ...

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. — 19 September 1878

ass- J I gije Hens ls)rtj)isjst 1 1 1 TJBSD AY SEPTEMBER 19, 1S78. HIT. 10VK0 ONE GONK BEFORE. HTO.ll. US II SR. .n nnMnrafLun P.. wife of D. M. row- nH danrtoter of O. K. and M. A. Lisher. w ho, after mi HlneM or sixteen months, died of c n-umption in Kan Francisco, June S. IMS, aged a yvsus. Ore monuu, ana 12 dayt.j 1 m weening, sad and weeping. For the loved one gone before; y.,r the loved one who is sleeping By Um ocean's distant snore; For the hvd one they bant buried By the mountain on the strand, Willie I lonely wept and wandered la a strange and distant land. I am weeplnc O, my loved ooe, Aji I think Bon the past; My jmwt, wny heart la breaking, 4ad the tear are Bd I lac fast; Wen think Irk of the tutnre, All In darkneaa and la clonal . l!t var thought are turning ever To the loved one In the tomb. weentnc, O, my darling, my liappX dreams nave led, o ronuiy coertsneu wtth the lost and loveo one ne mountain by the sea, wander, sad and lonelv. away from home and thee. weeping,...

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. — 26 September 1878

Kts. A. J. orMWAT, iMHer and Proprlttor FFrCE Cor.FkoxtA'W vsuisutonStrket TERMS, IN ADVANCE: A Journal forthePenpie. lHvoted to the Inter, sts of FumaHity. Independent In Politics sod Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, sad Thoroughly Radiea!inOpposlngandEi"ilngthe'WroDg3 ot the Masses. " " year. . s 5 TOOtlthN.. T tree monUm , ts on 1 75 1 00 Frke SpKccn, Free Press, Free People. POTTXVIVX). OKEGON, THTIBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1S78. nVKTISEMEXTHiiwerl.-"lon ftraaonabV VOtilTJIE VIII. F ACT, FATE AND FANCY; Mart Wijk m( UtIbc li."H an. Bv Mrs. V J. DUXIWAY. thor op "irnmi keid," "n,tw nmro," 'AMIK AND HF.VRT tX," "THK IT APFT ! . I M K ." "OVK WOKAIO 4 PII K HE." "IKI MORBI80N," ETC., ETC.. KTC. ' l"ntrel,ftvnnlins; to Act or Congress, In the far 187H, liy Mr. A.J. Dnolway. in tbeodloeor Librarian of Cungres at Washington Clty.l CHAPTER L "I that the Captain's house ?" 'Which one ?" 'That low, white, rambling affair, ith gable ends and dormer windows, i il that dilapidated door-yard fence...

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. — 26 September 1878

)t ilea? fotiisi THURSDAY... -SEPTEMBER 26, 1S7S. PEOOF POSITIVE. After the showing that tbe Woman Suffragists are making at Salem this week, It will be tbe sheerest obstinacy for auy member of the legislature to preface bis remarks upon the bill that sometime through the session will be presented to that body asking tbe re moval of woman's political disabilities, with tbe declaration that women them selves do not desire tho franchise. True, the number of women who aro now at the capital, putting forth such earnest efforts for equality before tbe law, are a mere handful compared to tbe great rank and file of tbe army who would, if circumstances permitted, be enthusiastic workers; true, again, the names signed to tbe petition, hereafter to be presented to tbe legislature asking for woman tbe boon of freedom, are in finltesimal as compared with tbe whole number of tbe women of tbe State, but, as compared with those who have been asked to attach their signatures there to, they are an o...

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