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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 September 1878

1HIKPDAY SEPTEMBER 0, 1878. HOMESEW8. The Jewish New Year will commence on Saturday. The "Great Republic" came tills week with her usual large iiaosenger m. Tlie Park-street school imililintr, when pleted, will eo-t in he neiglibor iHM. of $22,000. "Petttleuee, Providence anl Prayer" were dtscoorel upou from several jiul fnU in this city last Suoilay. pfct gyutxi of the Columbia will meet in Sit eity October 3d, atnl will be uwatd ub a eermon by the He v. K It. up;- It I expect! that Postmaster-General Key will vinll the principal points .. i astern Oregon ami 'WaRhiugton be t --4tJi dale awl the 10th of Oslo- if ' W . P. Olds, of the Arm of Olds St !';, bus gone uekiw, Intent upon ail--iingr to tiie already electa m block of goods to be found at the Third-street store. r.JfcValter Hyde, spiritual develop ' oKdlutB, gives sittings dally from i'; A., to 4 P. M., at 141 First street, own J 2. Public seauee every eveniiiR at 7 o'cloek. Tie total number of pupils enrolled in tr-e (-ubli...

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. — 26 September 1878

;Uc;u Serines!. rHriiDAY SEPTEMBER 36, IS7S. FIHELITI. Gone- rr. in Urr cheek is the summer bloom, And the up ti.s bst all its tain! perfume, iid tii' ci,,','. has dropped from her gulden hair. And her rli.lt i" pale, but no longer fair. And t ! sp.nt that lit np her soft blue eye . kim.c li 1ti cold monalliy. Mid the Miiile that played round her lip has n. .!. ml . v . n charm has now left the dead. Like -I ne- they obeyed her m helghlof power. I'm ten her an in uerwniw nour: And the erriuil i liat swore lor tier love to die nrunk in. in !ue tone of ber last faiut ugh. ' I Is we 'iman alone, with a purer heart. 1 . U . c ai I 1 1 uese loots oi me aepan. snd love the more, and smile and bleu Man in in uturioosl wretchedness. TRIE HKI.OISM. It enlK for something more than brawn in birsaly, ghastly field, U hen honor greets the man who win. Slid death Uie man who yields; Bin 1 will write ol bini who tight rid vanquishes hU sins, Who struggles on through yean Against himself, and wins....

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. — 3 October 1878

MBS. A. J. Bi.MWAT. iWtier nd PreprWer A Joamal for the People. Devoted to the JaterfsieoX Humanity. Independent m Polities and Reticle a. Mtve to all Live IsMse, and ThoroaBhly Itadleal in Oppolncead gaeostBgsfceTffroag s ot toe Masses. - ' 3 FWCfc Cob-Fkomt SJF Aan i gtos 8ts ct -MM Pane Seaaoir, Fit ec I'nww, Fhfib J'bopi.k. ConepoBdenU writing over ununsdamaa tnrrs mast make known their names so th' Editor, or no attention will be gives to their -om mnnleattnn. rOKTLAU. ORKGON. TI tTJTJSD.V'. OCTOB1CR , JVTXMBISI?. is. AJMnaraSBMBXTOIaMifteftoa BRM &DVANCX: nmMMta j. i FACT, iArTE AND FANCY Way rar ta . Br Xn. A. J. DDSIWAT. r "JDMn mid," "xj. unwu,' A Emr tMK," "TKt HAPPY ov "o won AJfa SPH ItK," "aut lomaoN," KTC, WC.t M.IC- sTnlnil.arsordlBMrf Act if Congress, In Ibe yaar UBS, by Mis. A. J. Deatway, In the oAee of fee UknutaaafOMgiMi at WuhliflM City-l CHATTER II. Ones Enter sou was not only the op poalte of ber sister iu eom4exloo ami appeaiBiiee, as we have said, but iu...

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. — 3 October 1878

THURSDAY- QCTOBKR 8, IS7S. SXPLASATOSY. We are sure our readers will excuse the usual amouut of editorial matter tills week, hs the proceeding of tbe convention bave crowded our columns with vastly entertaining matter Id which they eannot fail to le deeply interested. FIATMOHEY. This subject crows upon us. Careful readers of Hie People's Paper will re member that we advocated a money, be fore tbe present greenback movement was tbouglitof, whteb the United States should have the power to secure by Its own fiat, baeked by its own honor. We are patiently watching the progress of events, and do not, as yet, change our opinion. Kotthat change is Impossible; for the only distinguishable dlflereuce between the intellect of a human being "and that of a donkey is that one can obange his opinion and the oilier can not. But, as we now see It, greenbacks are not money, but notes, or promises to pay, or redeem themselves, In metals that tbe Old World recognizes as money. A government claiming th...

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. — 3 October 1878

MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. gfsr ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS 2TEW THIS WEEK. THURSDAY OCTOBER 3, 1S7S. HOMBKBWS. Portland has done oob'.y In behalf of tbe yellow (ever sulferers. Judge Shattuck will remain at Oregon City all week holding court. PoKtmaster-fJeneral Key and party ar rived in lb ih city by tti 'KMer" ami re mained a short lime. The amount of travel between Hits city and San Kranetaeo ennliue to he immense. The police records show the result. Tliere is a magnificent array of every thing that ladies want on exhibition at i be White Hou-e. liou'l fail to -er I wis & Strauss. Mrs. E. J. Whitman, of Oakland, Cal- uomia, nas inveoted h "kettle scthiht' for cleaning kettles, aatir e-Mi bim( the like, which in indeed the gem It claim to oe. rsee advertisement. At Ferrara's grocery store, First atreet, between Tine and Anil, will be found tbe largest aarl fluent variety of lean In the city. Satiety yourself as to their quality by calling ami sampling his ...

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. — 3 October 1878

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8, 167S. ETEP.Y 1 IIAE." The peine baa lea or brightness Every rear. AMd Ike enow aauxtUer vrhtteoes. Every year ; Jior do summer's flowers quicken, Nordo sutumn's iruitage thicken A titer onee did. for we sicken Every year. It Is growing darker, colder. Every year. AM tkt heart and oal grow older Every ear: leave not now for dancing. rlkttH m is with passion alaneln;: Love Ml tew and lea entrancing Every ear. Of Che lores end mrravi blended OT the Joyatrsendshlp ended Of the ilea that still' might bind me BuUI Time to lltsdh resigned air. My Infirmltta remind me Xvery year. Oh! how nasi to look before k - While the aW-nTgrow darker o'er me - 'Where wo ana thoMbsom laden - That to Maean -we sdaht have aided, i And Imam awl mulea-di braided. To the nMtmt more dead (aces Ootne no aenr ones In their places Every year. . Baeiywheia the sad eye p til the events; dnsk the .had to tome to them en yea meet us. hev greet us. i to them entreat as Every y"r. "Yeu are gmrlnc o...

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. — 10 October 1878

IWWi IN ADVANCE : Si TO i j r 1 75 - - r'KICX i' " year.. inontba 1 'i ret- moatlM. Hue Bpbcch. Kwot 1-aaas, Vun IWi.k. DVF.IMTOEMKNTSIown. i i tn ilon HeasnnaMe FACT, FATE AMD FANCY; OK, Stewart T lMag Dm. kiln. A. 2. DOJTIWAY. t.k r "rostra mats "i.i.rr w.wn," "Airt'm'MKIB1m HAW wotburtanf krk," xOTtTi.vrrx. ortkgox, TinJT;s.v-'. October io, i&.ri. rd.rcordinc to Act ofonv'r'.-. In I lie " r i -t-k, bj KmJLJ. Danlway.ln the office of h,. l.ii rmrUaafOMicreHatWmiiliiiitn Clty-M . CHAPTER III. "Why do you not write a story after the orthodox plan, in which there ( shall be mo Illustration of perWet happi-ih-ms in tbe marriage relatiou ?" This question, I know, is asked by my reader, as he turns with a Huge of j annoyance to chapter third of thin every day tale, lured, in spite of himielf, to pursue while yet abusing it. Because, niy gentle frieud, were 1 to attempt it, you would not peruse my cogitations beyond the second chapter. The lives of the few who are so happily married ...

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. — 10 October 1878

$ft $crj $.sd ijniesi riiuBSDAY OCTOBER M, 1578. MO PAPER HEXT WEEK. Jnor.ler that we editors ami compos itors of this journal may have an op portunity to attend the State Fair, no paper will he Issued from this olllce next week. Those attending the fair will find Mrs. Dnniway on the grounds, who will receive new subscriptions to the People's Paper, as well as remit tances irom tnose in arrears. A num ber of bills have been sent out (luring tbe past few weeks, and It Is to be hoped that all who have been thus noti fied will respond as quiekly as possible, as we are In great need of funds. al WE RBP0RT PROGRESS. Quite a discussion came up In the Senate ou Monday, In which lite ever recurring woman question played a prominent narL The ouesllon was upon the bill by Mr. George, of Mult nomah, regulating tbe rights of voters j upou school iueetiius, and admitting women who have property upon which they jay taxes to vote thereon. Mr. George explained the object of the bill. Mr. Myers, the...

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. — 10 October 1878

THi i.-l'AV OCTOBER W, 18TS. EOKE eevt?. S- ' Y i.r oimtoei T1 o vinllitr !f ka for 1 1 ,e fur. S-feapifr "Oi.'mi" lay meiuuiir. Yhe opatr Will ah mt a foot finer ihi s to-day. ( 'idle threatening am vol Wetlnes- nne'le lias fallen late ri.ino. "1m Mew Hipli S buililiiiK is raiMly ppfOHCliiiiK rnniplelnni. Superintendent Bri i n liaselleclually el. ared tlie tdreet of i notions cause' I t tbc late Are. fb survey f II- 'i!utuliia River I - I , .. . I I . . . 1 . . ... r, woko "r , u, mi a m wewiuei, m in- ct.np.eiel tli week. sire, Scott HuMons has enlertaiue-l t h citizene of I'ttrllnii'l uitli a series of lr i ma tie entertatui'M-nts duriin; tlie Ii ieeot week. XsM week the O. ' N. Cunipanv put an extra boat on the ( 'iea.ie ami Port land route. Jt will run uuul the elose of the wheat season. lit ba been ruuion ,1 tlist the "Great Jt public" dhi been hauleil oir this route. The report, li nvever, falls to reieieeeooflraiatioo et. JjuA Satlir.lnv foren .11, nliout 10 o'clock. Mr. V....

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 October 1878

THURSDAY OCTOBER 10, 187S. tirt'S WWT WINDOWS. We st.ind at life' weal window .. Mid think of tbe days that are gone; Remeuihenng the romlne sunset. We. T,. must rem-mbertne morn: Bill tli- wl" dav wl" "lose. And tu end a ill oom to all our uoe. - uai.-u from the wmiot casement. R.- i. win oar happy youth. e mourn lor tl. vanished promise i honor, ainhli ion, awl truth ; I'.ut hopes will tail and pride decay, V. hen e Hunk hoar noon e must away. We smnd at life's vest window. Ami turn not sadly away To wmi li on our children's fares The noontide of spark 11 a day ; v.ut our sun muxt Met. our llpa crow damn. Ami 10 look iroin our windows oar til 114 red -ouie. looktne from life! went windows; n.l wr know we woaM not attain IH.Ii lorth lrom the eastern UttUce, And live over all life' pain: 1 hough life's suultghl be brilliant, IU sunset 1 sweet, s.nce .1 brings longed-for real toour weary feet. I Household. Who Will Support Yon? 'Do I utMlerelaml that you wUb lo procure mere riRlits, ...

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 October 1878

h ... ittftJ -A' Journal for the People. t is. l. J. BCMWAT. rMlter sl Proprietor Devoted to the Interestsof Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly ' E -C.a. W U. H 1 X WTOK ST8BT RadleallnOppoMngaadKxpooinKtbe Wrong TERMS, IX ADVANCE: ot the Masse. Oue ycux "V x monthK T'iree months... -MM .. 1 - 1 "VKttriHKME.VTHInsi-rlr.Ioll Kiasuaable rrnik FACT, FATE AND FANCY; on. Mm Map. at Utiiitc lain Utr. Kv Mas. A. J. IMTXIWAY. a." i k "jrnrrH ibid," "kllkx wir UUT. AND UKSBT LKK," "THI HAPPY OM E," " WOXAS'N SPH EKK," "MADGE XutLKInOX," Elf., EH-.. KTf. ,Rc-v.rd mtlo Ac of Cufnn, la Uw r Wl, ky M r. A J. Duni way, in the odtoe of Lftcarum uf ConcresK at Wblncto CI Is. Kbbk Speech, Free Pbims, Free People. VOLU3IK VIII. x'oitTr..visr, Oregon, tiixjbsdat, October t, NUMBER O. Correspondents wrlllnp over aMumed signa tures most make known tlwir names to the (MHor, or no attention will be Riven to their eoniiHunlcattoan. monim to the famishin...

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 October 1878

p s THl'BSDAY OCTOBER 24, 1S78. THE POLITICAL ISSUE. The political nonentity, or, more cor- j rectly speaking, the governmental oat- j cast, who can only look at the move ments made ujton the politicians' checker-board through legal hara that forbid her entrance to the charmed areua where light work and liberal re muneration are so ofieu acquired a crowns to rap the masculine "king row," carefully lead the platforms of the two opposing parties as fast as they are biiilded, ami realises that the con tending forces have reached an eqtiilib- riuoi that will forever prevent the game from being finished ae at present laid out. The treasury, according to the plat form of eeeti political organization that Is now re-organlzed awl striving, for mastery in tuegreatState of New Yorki is Ule god of the nation, tlie idol of the aristocracy of sex, and the one thing needful, wbioh is hereafter to be sa credly guarded, bo matter which party may gain the ascendency. To read these platforms, a sensi...

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 October 1878

IHVRSDAY- OCTOBEtt 24, 187S. HOME HEWS. I'nh-! & ltolierts exhibit an unusually ' .iff sssjortiueiit of everlliing tunt boys iiLiI men may tiet-d or fancy. Call when 5-011 will nt the While House and yen will fim the elegant 'lure of Lewis JtStrana. llironi;el with iisSomer-. Mr. ( 'Ms, of the firm of OIN & Kmc, .- ju-t, returned from San Francisco a magnificent lock of general J ' i.-ii . iirltse. Kifiki-hner, Mayer A: 0 , are rustle.) .; iic Ily in fiiiini; ill-ir nrilers from 1 fi. !e. Tlieir fall Ktoc-H of millinery 1- '-i- 'ally attractive. I 1 1 " : forget to iiuy one of those magic I" Hie -crapers Hi it Mr. (iarriwin, of the W ilson aewiiiR-uiarliiiif tirni, will show on al the Mechanics' fair. lit-ni. mber Al.i-11 In not behind, but ul.eail First prcmiTims for the best rii.ineu, cards ami ritouche! nlmto- M 1 -.piii aiuie late Mate Kair. l oe : earner "Ureal It-puMic," which suiesl Inim bere l:.-l unlay itiorniuc a ill l :ive 8ai Fraoii-f. 011 (lie 29ih instant with ...

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 October 1878

;i;e $etu fertile. THURSDAY OCTOBER Si, 1S78. MAKK CHILIIHOOH hWttT. Wait not till the Utile bands are at rent Ere yon All them fall of (lower; "Walt not lor the crowning tuberose To make sweet Ibe last tad hoars; But hiie in the busy household band Your darting still need your guiding hand. Oh! till their lives with weelnesa! Wait not till the little beans are still. For l lie loving look and phrase; But while ou gently cblee a fault, Th- u'xxl deed kindly praise. The word inn would speak hesVIe the bier Falls i-uWier lar on the living car; oli ! till young lives with mdiKH! All! what are kisses on clay-cold Up To ; he rosy mouth we press. When our wee one flies in her mother arms Fur love's tenderest enitas T I yet never a worldly ban Me keen Your heart from toe Jo seen day should reap, Uiw I hanks each mom for the sturdy boys. ;H.ihankforthefairy gir.s; WIUi h dower of wealth like tbfc at home, uld you rtUe the world fer pearls ? M alt not for death to gem osWs crown. But daily 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. — 31 October 1878

M is. A. J. H 8X1 WAT, ftUtor and faoprltter A JoaranrartbePeoiHe.. -.N UevoteUtihdn'tOTlt6af llnraaiilty ' tmlernltnyinolills.a;tJ Ke'SglbV, ? AJlve to alflJrYd 3tHM. and lrftroat$tl IUdlealInOnbsJT:auaExpogtb'HWrHs 5SRMS, IX AD VAXCK : ot the Masses. J up -ar. "Mr month ..in xiree i -1 Kkbk Spuncii. F" mess. Free Pmri.K. Cone imnden la wrltl ng over awo med slctta tam most make known tbelr names' to the Kdltor, or no attention wilt be Riven M their communications. POTtTIVlSTD, OREGON, TIITJRSrW, OCTOBER :ft, 187S. VOLTJJtE ATCII. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; MM Wmj T IMag ItMB Sm. Bt Mb. A. J. DBSIVAT. AtrnioK "ivanm n "bu.sk mm,' "amis jm nunrr ut," -tub happy bomb," "o womavs anon," CVC, nc KT"C- I i:ntrred,arymtlDrU ActoTCoBCD-ns, In I be yr DCS, by Ifr. AJ. Dunlwar, In the offleeor the MtnMatf Oaacieat at Washington Clty.l CHAPTER V. Captain Emermn was not looked for al bom for another fortnight. For tlte wcoud time in tbe not very antiquated history of tbe State of Oregon, be bad be...

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 October 1878

THUKSDAY.. OCTOBEB 31, 167S. WHITHEE ASS WE DRIFTING ? Tbe aetouitiiiBg revelations recently tnaile by tlie patient, Intelligent cryp- I tograptllst of the Xew York Tiilme, Hided by a number of gentlemen in dtflereut parts of tbe union, who have proved themselves equally as extert as hftaeelf in ferreting out ami publish ing to tbe world tbe infamous cipher dispatches, through which, but for tbe tardiness of Sir. Tildan, the great hero of "reform," a tardiness engeudeted by bis well-known avariee, Samuel J. wohM have been President, and Ruther ford B. nowhere, suggest some deep and painful moralizing. That cupidity and peculation rule managing politicians of the nation, no matter what or ganized man-made party cornea Into iMwer, Is as plain as that two and two make four. Now, there must be, ami is, hh inderlying cause, far back of all these overt aets of dishonesty, wliich first made peculation possible. It is a pain fur fact, but one attested by every phys-1 iorogteal rule of commo...

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 October 1878

MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. XEW THI WEEK. MI80ELT,ANEOTJ5. 1 MiaOETsTf EOUS.. THURSDAY OCTOBKK 31, 1SJS. A TREASURY OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. HOMEJjLWS. "My wife ami 1" have never enjoyed beUerketUth. We are now usintr tlie third bottle of I'fundVrs Oregon Wood I'unfler. Itornember A bell it nut behind, but ahead. First premiums for the beet cablneta, cards aud retouched pbuln grapua t Uic late State Fair. We regret to learn f the resignation f Judge Shatlnck a district judge. Hi plane Ih to In? filled by Mr. Bel ling, r, a lawyer of no mean ability, uml well known in the legal fraternity. At rerrarao grocery store, First between Pine anil Ash will i. found tile largest aad fluent variety of city. rauaiv yourself as to their quality by calling and sampling Fetrer and ague ini-Untly checked and soon cured with a few iloseH of the celebrated Willamette Fever au.l Aftue Mixture, Dr. Walter Hyde, xiritual devel oping medium, given sitlitifrs dilly from 10 A. it. U 4 I. M., a...

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 October 1878

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31, 187S. OLD BETS. There Is an old woman who live In a hovel liown iutbe vale; ' On her uneven hearth ate logs and a shovel, And an old pall. Bark In the corner stand's her worn jenny. Curiously wrought; By it she get an occasional penny, Spinning a knot. Two broken chairs and a rickety labia Lean to the wall ; A ragged old bed, to bold her J tut ablo - These are bet all. Only one friend baa Old Bete: lis her kitten, Pan-lac away. While sbe busily knits at a BUUeu, Dirtily gray. Early Old Bete Eoes tfvitry moraine HuntlaC for woott Bin that, where tfaeAoeVa are uaaimi, Thorn-boshes putl. Utile shestoops a abe caUten tier treasure. Humpy old oronef I.lttte K hardens her; email l the measure; Often there's none. Stealthily cow OKI Bete Is the bathe. Wading tbrottgh mire. Gathering sucks, und chip, and dry russet. Just for a Are. Scant U the beat, and ant IttOe she needs; Little to cook; Vet lo poor pass half her dinner she feeds. With pitiful look. "Now lor some Am!...

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 November 1878

1 fiercest 6 MM. A. J. BUMVVAV, Kilter and Proprietor A Jonraaliorlhereopie. lK-votedui the Inlerestsof Humanity. Iadpenlent In rolitles aad llellgloH. Mtve to all Live losses, aad Thoroughly Raaial la OpposlBgaajlKxposraK' rongs TKRM8, IK ADVANCKi ei the Masses. 1 :18 TtrM atontha .ADVBBTUKMKNTS Insert oa lleaauaabla lerma. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; OB, Mwe Wan f Miles (bag dec. Br In A-J. DOXIWAY. AtrraoK or "iiiwni ud," "bllkn imwu,'' " m lb,' "rim nappy OaB," "OITB WON AX'S SPMKjW," "ADOS MOIUUSOJC," ETC, KTCa ETC. Batered.acrordineto Act or Congress. In tbe year HPS, by Mra. A. J. Daniwajr, In the office of the UbraituofOcren at Washington City. CHAPTER VL After Captain Emerson had reifevril liis mind by indirectly calling liis wife r silly woman, ami thereby making her, though all unknown to himself, as mteer&ule as possible, lie proceeded to finish his breakfast in silence. The meal over, he repaired to the yard, where be met Alonzo and Grace, who approached him with becoming...

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 November 1878

IHtTBSIA V PAOT DITEETED OF EOMASCR Wft4H bear allusious made to fam ilh of tbe "old-fashioned fort" that re flect, or are Intended to reflect severely om the tact that rearinc a '"rKe family is dreaded Bud sbuoix-' as hu affliction rather tbau regarded as a blessing at the nmmit day. The time when a mother liore twelve or fifteen children ami per formed during the twenty or tweuty live years that nature required fur the process, prodigies of physical labor and eadnred bodily ami mental buljugation without audible complaint ie referred to as an era from which the present suf fers by comparison. Thoughtful per sons, however, can see in the spirit of discontent wbieb animates the masses, and urges tlie ear of progress to unpre cedented motion, the re-action of till repressed discontent upon the children f mothers wlio for ages Miflered in M Ibmck1, with shoulders bowed beneath the weight of the double curse "bringing forth children in sorrow, ami eating their bread in the sweat of the...

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