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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 7 November 1878

THURSDAY NOVEMUER 7, 1878. SOME HEWS. Judge StiaUoek will prat-lice liio pro- The new boat for the Vancouver route will be placed in service about the 17tii I I'M. 'I I e United States mibaiotenoe lepot. i iT loiore located tit tills city, lias beeu i in -vetl to Vancouver. He "Great Republic" lam eek i ruL iftit 10 1 lie largest cargo ever brought "vcr i lie sjoiuanusa oar. J ti Ice Dearly liaa appoiiite.l ft a . nfllib, of thmeJly, erier ia tlx- lulled - it.-H uiwriei auu circuit court. riirtiishcdlroonM, suitable' fur gentle men or gentlemen and their wivm may lie secured at 66 Third atteet, neur I me. 'My wife and J" have never enjoyed letter health. We are now usinjr the third bottle of PfuiMler's Oregon ltlood l'urifler. Ui'Diemher Abell is not b.liinil, but :ili-nd. First premiums for tlie Iwt i'i'iiietn, canls and ret ouch e I photo x i ipliH at the late State Fair. I 'i htheria is raging with etieris terri !.! ratal along tbe macadamized mad ,-uuih of this city. The distric...

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 November 1878

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7, 187& LASH FeK FKfiE VEtlJLH. Tne system of old feudal wrons, That makes the pi-oplc pay M room to live upon the earth, MMmi nownsvay. Era long, the landlord shall become A laanrnser and m niff, As ssOMls Uie tide ol liu;.. ui richly To sweep tiU landmarks ull. I perceives ilic truth at lat, arfiirf in iJm- ll 1 m . That leaned, scroll, nor parchment writ Can take ineeunn inra mm. Foe Mature makes a title deed To each one far his lime. And In his right, and wbo lakes more. He periwtraies a crime. This trutb at last shall torn Uie check IM pale starvation red. As over old ancestral narks The paupers' shrines are-spread; This truth shall pot toe gewraws all Ot kingcraft under baa. And man shall meet bis fellow on The oomiao uteutorra man. Than prinae and J snssnl, aide by side. small giansowe toilers do. grades an down the flood of night. ah acawsw sa we sea; For when each has bis human right Of noma mi the soil. All Khali he princes of the land. Ennobled far 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. — 14 November 1878

ass MCe. A. J. BI.Vna, glitter and l'roprlrur A Joa real for the People, llevoted to tbe Interestsof Humanity. Independent In rolltlcs and Religion. llve to all Live Issues, and Thorough! ItadicallnOpposlasaBdKxpoalngtbeWronrH ot the Massss. um year mm mx awni T - Tl mili 1 M AJWUHlSEMKNTOluuned on Rcaaonable Tiim. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; OR, Waj r Urlec than One . A.J.IHJNIWAY. AUltallB 0 "JUlMtH RF.ID," "KI.I.KK DOWD." UY LKI," "TKl Hi PIT t YoMAVVi HPHEBR," UAHI XOKKIflOlM, nr., KTC, KTC. pSntwrd. coord I nit U ArtofCom.it, In lb year IBS, by Kn. A. J. Duniway, la tbe office of Um UbrartuoIOiMcmn at WMhiaston City. CHAPTKIl VIL White ft is proverbially true that younggirts are easily captured by hand Home clothes, and lender speeches of roinparatively effeminate uieii, it is Artie that middle-aged women usually ' Jgfcbihit, when free to choose at all, a 4lOTlded preference for strength of uiiar- ! -ter and physique in the sterner sex. "W.' have Keen that Mrs. Kmsnwu's good sense as...

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 November 1878

THUItSDAY...NOVKMBEn 14, IS7S. UNWABBAKTABLE JIJBISDIOTION. We see In the District court calendar for Hie term Uiat began on Monday of tills week at The Dalles, the case of the State vs. Mary Leonard, indicted for murder. This woman has been in jail since last February awaiting her trial on evidence purely circumstantial, for Hie murder of her husband, a monster whom for his treatment of women, ghottld have heeu slain by a woman, whether he was or not, while one man at least under lik Indlctment has been allowed liberty pre ceding his trial ami aqulok ileeislou lu his favor. Tills woman should be tried before a iury of women, her peers, aud thofe who in the very nature of things would be belter able to decide justly titwiii her case than men could possibly he. One ef the grand counts in the movement whloh advocates of equal rights have brought against exisliug oustems is, "for extending unwarrunt able jurisdiction over us," a count that before the republle was born caused not merely...

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. — 14 November 1878

I MISCELLANEOUS. MIS0ELL.VXE0US. anSCELLANEOUS. OS MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. SEW THIS WEEK. THURSDAY-. ..NOVEMBER H, 1878. HOMENEWS. That great desideratum, "Every day ItellBiOH," WHs.liBWMirMHl upou by Itev. J.'.Myiiw,,MM!' ImVe Hever better health. We are imw ustt.e the third bottle of Plunder's Oregon Blood I'urifier. . Win. Currier & Co., iiiercliaut Ulhrs. guarantee an excellent fit If vm u-ilt a Mlre' 105 K,r1 !. See ...rtioiis both Hiaguinowit ami prodl,; ioua. The brick work thereon will be Remember AUell Is not bohhxl, hut bead Hrst M-eu,iurDS for tlle ,)Bf,t rua aiMi retoiioheil ntinto- D. , .ttx: mi,- OIK 1 I' H 1 T. T l .. ijtiHiron me unseatles canal will he rKeiy oone by Ulliuameti. Kifty went -,.. oism worn mat weeK, aiHl a Iiimil red and fifty more will wxtu follow. fever and acne instant) v nhecke.1 and soon cured with a few i loses of the celebrated Willamette Fever and Affue Mixture. Note the new advertisement of Mooney & Valentine. This firm has an un...

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. — 14 November 1878

B-.-B- CA. - m . Jlb r:i3 vMrirt!t:r'.f iStJBSDA...OVEMBEIl 14, IMS. j tik lit! .m;i mt iii est mi; kb. One day l:i-t As w wi-nri ' Aero. Hi- -.. v !i1 1' t ul and ry. " ik .nut wt try, .ntt pi ilixir: nt!- mppio'.-. .m e truest raivm.:. .i.m ii-.r. v i.l: while ye! !i pondered, w m it wondered lotirsai, ItlT ill ML rlmt lor u uai le tti store; w.itked. our heek were burning; 1 yti'Mi'hu ut vntusou sons. At j the man who doe the wriilns, jPKTi.hi word will rtirme with this Ixit neatlna? Vini-klytbooaut we,oera&4o'cr. Hi r. w e lire," we ceatly tnad him, Jbaioing to-theboysto hold hlta i! Ur tried to beat us son- i -t Then yoi an please jve roe a creSIt SIllUOMte WW I1HH C rorcnraaaollata P nke your natter. 1 I wUI iAk lmg aa oo will rt I make good aa It ban aeee e jnmpedj Redodaat! Thus we nied bin or we sanity would awe kissed him. No matter It (be boy did roar. keldoaa Mealed in tbt manner. We telt Inclined to nine hommh: Only tots aud nothing inure. THE INDIAN WAE OF 1855-6. ...

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. — 21 November 1878

IS. bU. A. J. BtOT WAT. Miter ana rrsprtow dtiiwtfSf y probity. J r 'ICE -CoK.Koirr A WabhimutonHtkickt ve Iunes and TBoroucdl- KxgosinKtbe Wrong TERMS, IK ADVAKCB: ot the Masses. rai. 175 -1U ADVaWnsrMENTSInrtedu Term. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; Mr Wsj r UiIbc than One. Br Mrs. A. J. DUXtWAY. AOraOB OP "JI DITH KKJD." "EI.I.KX DOITD," "! AB BUST IJCE," "THE HAPPY OUg'OSE VOKiSt SPBBKK," "AMI HOKI'.IMO .',' We., ETC., KTC I BMerd,eerrdtnK to Art of rniu . In the y-r 1838, by Mr- A.J. Dun i way. In the MB of the Librarian urconcreas At Washington City.) CHAPTER VIII. Captain Emcnnn was so very busy for several days after ilia return to the capital, tbat lie bad no time to bestow upon tbe family matter to which be bad promised to Rive bis immediate at tention. And when tite exciting scenes in which be was a prominent actor among bis partisan confrere were over, the time was so far progressed toward tbe double weddlngday, already Irrevo cably fixed by tbe parties most deeply in te.es ted, t...

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. — 21 November 1878

ilea? $$zt)mst. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1S7S. LIVINQ OH GBUDSED DOLE. Mary Kyle Dallas never said a truer tiling than the following: "There are many women who now fold their bauds in dependence and receive dole from grudging male relatives, who arc quite capable of making their own fortunes, and who, If left to the guidanco of their own instincts, would have done so long ago." But these women, instead of having received the encouragement duo all laudable eflorts, when they have felt the necessity, and been imbued with a strong desire to work out their own finanoial destiny, have received glances of astonishment, smiles of derision, or words of downright disapproval from friends of whom, because of their very timidity and need of encouragement, they have asked advice. Discouraged from the rebuffs, they have shrunk back aflrlglited Into the old groove aud re ceived, with increased humility, the next grudged dole, upon which they were to "keep base life afoot" for another quarter. First,...

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. — 21 November 1878

THrBSDAYlOVEMlSKH 21, IS7S. e. - -OIOMENEWS. ScbeWTUx'efi will Ik. delinquent un and aflBrN'oteriilwr 25tli. The kmerloaii bliip "MeJfear" drifted aauaieWir-OtiliKok spit on the 18th. HMhjRggbBril Williams left for Wash luttton oirGllBiy, to mume his tmai "My wirssp u-tie-r hfeeHR.1 third hfittleofl " Hover unjoTtHl are now uslns- tlu twer'a. Oregon ISlnml PereooB amieted wild eh Men eltoald rive tlie IUU ntin Veirtof 1 1 1 . ,t. r r. 1 uinwr oeeoiHl mid tayior eueeu. The "Women!' Guild1 of Trinity CbMreii Ltaviurig Hie rmstyoar given twoMttortaiHtHPHts for Uh benefit of tin? orpuMUMge, lHitUHg SZ7 45. Remember A bell hi not Uelihi.l, IhiI bead. First tvretnltime for the lie aabioete, eanla ami tnUmelmi itlioto grapba at the laU SUte Fair. Fever aud acne iHMantlv olieekMl awl soon euretl with a few (low f the fletoMatett Willamette Fever aud A cub Mixture. "Tbe week of prayer" was faithfully observed in title city. The ihmhhIuv and evtmlnsr prayer meetings at the rooma of Uae Y. M. ...

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. — 21 November 1878

z goo bt1eM. TH l "ItSDA Y . XO VEMItKIt SL, 1878. shim: cnrismux. Lone since, a dream of heaven I bad. Aim! Mill the virion haunt toe of t; I - (h- saints in white rubes clad. Tlx- martyrs with their Italia aloft: But bearing Mill, In middle wing, I ne eeaselea dissonance of wrooc: . ni shrinking, with hid fares, from the strain til sad. beseeching eyes, fail of remorse and pain. 'J lie clad song faltera lo a wail. The harp'ne sinks to low lament; Before the sliTl UDlllted veil I fee the crowded forehead bent. Making more sweet the heavenly air Hh brentuingsoi uneluh pnuri Mill voice aaith: "O. Pltv which la 1 1. Love iliat weepavAH op my anflerliuta wbieh n-tnuln1 -.hall souls redeaued by me refaae To share my tangm In their Mm T or, mo forgiven, mr gift atraae f peace, with Meh uneoMant ? Ha saintly eae m inlying care t H .is faith no work-haa Iavs, u While tn renwlB,ormlslndafknesdwell, imTca ucvu ne neaven, ana look uti moved on hell V bronchUM idof beav A wind of heateu blown ...

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. — 28 November 1878

MM. 1. J. BUitWAT, Kdltr and Proprleler 3F'FICE-COK.F0T A WASHIKOTOKStuKBT TERM8, IN ADVANCE: One year.... w months. -.17 THree mombi AD VEBTWEME NTH Inserted on Terms. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; Im r urtac than hmw Br Mas. A. J. DOKTWAT. API-Hp or "JUDITH MOD," "KI.LKX DOWII,' "AJOE akd ant "the axerr o," tan woman's sfbckk," hu mninw," R&f KTC. KTCb .i -r-rcd,eorduisUAetafConirres,ln the : r SK78, by Mrs. A J. Dunfwsy, in t he office of lue Librarian of Pruning at Wh Union City. 1 CHAPTER IX. "I wish I could feel that everything van rig-tot confound it all!" exclaimed Chaplain Emerson through hie set teeth, as tiie steamer bore him away toward ins distant fields of duty. "But, some bow Tot not satisfied, and I really hardly know why." But mattera had progressed too far for him to aee-hts way clear for honorable retraction now. He well knew that his wife and daughters were already busy to ibe eyes in preparations for the double wedding, so there remained lit tle else that be could d...

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. — 28 November 1878

She to Jtcrttoest. THURSDAY ..SOVEMIJER 2S, 1S7S. THANKSGIVING DAY. Tills time-honored festival, a strange medley of social pleasures, Christian ob servances, gastrotioinlcal feats and culi nary triumphs has again, by presiden tial and gubernatorial proclamation and changing cycles, returned to au un thankful nation. To say that the day is, to any great extent, what its name Implies, is so foreigu to fact that none will attempt the assertion. But to say there comes with it, inseparable Is some degree from it a liugeriug odor of situ tity such as surrounds cherished mem ories Is to a great extent true. Its an tiquity is established by dates which tell us that the first .Thanksgiving day in America was appointed by John Car ven, first goveuor of Plymouth, in 1621, the specified cause for the appointment being the abundance of the first crops gathered by the pilgrims in their New World home. Turkey was not an In dispensable feature of this primitive Thanksgiving feast, but upou that me...

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. — 28 November 1878

i THUB8DAY.KOVEIBER 2S, 1878. H0MEXEW8. Grand ThankeglYiog matinee this af ternoon. Iliw Dnreon read at the Tbler Boval. at Victoria, on Monday awl Tuesday evening of this week. W. H. jSMioger, of tbis city. h. been appointed major-general of tlie Oregon State Militia, by Governor Thayer. Those desiring to K vineear should patron iie the vinegar worKtj, J,o. 47 Tylor street. See aderUeeieHt. Mr. Mairoire'n dramatic noiapany will start for the tjoutKi ana viatorttt on a. abort profeaaioosl Umr on Monday. The Aurora restaurant etill aostaiits its popularity as the wfeee where a kwmI square meal can be obtained for only SS sent. "My wife aud I" have never eoJoved better health. "We are now ueiiiir the third bottle of Ifumler'n Oregon Blood Purifler. The refruiar course of lecturer in the Medical department of Willamette Uni versity will begin in tbie eity on the 16th of December. Remember A bell is not behind, but ahead. First premium for the het cabinets, cards and retouched photo gra...

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. — 28 November 1878

4 TfTUJlSDAY-...XOVEMBEIi 23, 1S7S. A CROWD OF BOIS. v. . live in a bit of a oot'age. V lib mow neither niy nor wld'. 1 ei we're rteh " P?:lnrr.M ur children count ,hrT SLand baaeL Tl,rere brown '"endowed; Ami with various Rm"Jht our Benny A ud the seboolboj -fT . 'rd. Hie Jollkwt boy ,n c . . r too w on,y daughters, vt.Mh her sewing one .Tar, ..'h chatting, H!,?,Ud'be mM-tot tortw,. TJ.TJJjK. hear voices no loud, , ':n"TTiolr added, -Your Benny i ,ne uunassl by n the crowd" i eir grandpa drops In of a morning, xod Is on en invited to Mop - tell them some story or other, r meod up a wagon or ton. ta always a mated at Unfr saying, Vnd seems ol them all to be proud ; i it be says, MKto voce, tliat Betrny Is tbe smallest of all In tbe crowd. And grandma, who dwells In the quiet. Unmoved by earth's clamor ami nole, t iimefi In with her sweet. idacM manners. For an afternoon's talk with tbe boys. She seta them at peace. If a quarrel Breaks ever their joys like a cloud: Abels fond or them...

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 December 1878

IBTOKiivjAGIlJC! Room 81 Merchant' Sx. rcrtclico, A Journal tor the Peopie. ...... oieu io ine intereataor lTunlnii pendent In Polities and Ttelfgfo,, .VrfTaMojmlJiLlvo Issues, and Ttaoto-, nn .J5"-. .v. .wimnpMinRanumpwiiiac wronv oi the Mum. w TERMS, IK A-DVAJfCK : i n a VA mini 49 a ' I Six monlgrr..Z:::.:.'. Kkke .Spkkch. FREE Phbss, Pkee People. 1 Tlree - 1 w 1 - ' . TZTZZ TT ITJTi SDAY, XECE3I13I3I S. 1878. NTJ3IBEII 1J. ADVKmSKmNTBlBMrtadoB BSBioannle Term a. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; OK, Marc r U Br Mas. A. J. U-tIWY. AUTHOR or "JUDITH BBfD,n U.KK BOWD,', "AKTI A lOir IB," "TUB KArPT home," "oh-womavi miu." mm won." KTC., TC, KTC. IKDtorpd.aeeordlBCIo Aet of CoatTeea. io tbe year ism. by Mr. A. J. Danlmy. tn Oi oftVeof the Litirarta ofOongraaaM Waahlncloa Ulty.l CHAPTER X. Jared Solomon was a noted Hebrew broker, whose little dingy shop was rficuiaeU or three gg-tive golden balls, suspended over the front entrance from a stiff, aprangled wire, against which the winds of heaven b...

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 December 1878

& A 4 f he v &)wm. M jt- f pts:""":DKCEIBER5' 18T8- THE "V3XEDQTJESTI0N. v. .if understood bv the nations ganders, but if so, It is so extremely dJe it with a plainness ttat ho J .i laudation!! t,ial lo al ""I1 vbao ad B ,a"f"mtlt and frieuds of Hl or workiog classes attach to IriPt,L afull l"ar ou,y b Eovenitnen ZV flat- tw trade dollar, unwieldy, Id- convenient aBU cuiuuuibuuic, earae fiat says it is notso valuable as the other, although really more valuable according to the assayer, and gold, dom inant, arrogant and aristocratic each of these has Its supporters, ami eaeh faetiou, though striving with persistent sound aud fury to make out a alear case, suc ceeds in making only a one-sided case for a pet hobby. Either this, er our financial wits have gone daft, leavin0 us utterly incapable of comprehending terms. We have expressed the opinion that the endorsement by the government, money of the United States," makes any material which is honored with the stamp just what it ...

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 December 1878

ty- ii THl i.-OAY DECEMBER 6, 1S7S. HOMENEWS. s much swollen by Hie late f i vo will open an engagement ' ' the 23d lust. " Xllsli will be the nt at New Market Theater. the Catholic falrnu twere siHut $" 'MfrWr.d'' are making Chatter a merry prace oi ma.1.- i t' the Cltj' as- ne.tuXHijieJliptterty of 0!H .'"" Trinity was de- ital. never enjoyed now uslnir the Oregon 1'looU P M. in lies continue at ' evening. The g will take . Sat liu five niar- issued in thii in la v the beat mouth i gfr u- ube- 17 ljjis not behind, hut iiitims for tbe best Hrt premi is, carl- touched pboto- lit- 'al alr. . , meu! WttUration and proces i .iiaofc&iviuK Jay was a grand . d enteoed into with great zest r ?mbt.-9,of the department. iiid icuo' Instantly checked i l1 Ti w Vith a few doaea of tbe lauiette Kever'and Ague i , I in conjunction with St. ' : 1 all, will shortly be erected . ( Madison street, St. Stephen's i 'i;jr needed for school purposes. cunipkDy will return from ictoriaand theSound and ...

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 December 1878

THritSDAY DECEMBER 6, 1678. THE BOER, OT TIIK IMIE.UIEI:. rise, O, men' nor dream tne hoars Of llle away; Arise ! and do vur lielns's work While jet Hla day. The doer, not the dreamer, breaks The baleful spell Which binds with Iron hands the earth On which we dwelL Vp, men ! or war with Aery feet Will tread down men; Up! or his bloody hands will reap Tbe earth acain. Oh ! dreamer, wake! your brother man i till h slave: And thousands go heart-crashed, tb U morn. Lnto tin-grave. The brow of wrong is laanl-cmrned, Nut rirt with shame: And love, and truth, and right, as yet. Are out i From out time's arn your golden hoars Flow fast sway; Then, dreamer, up! and do life work While yet lis day. THE EYAXGKLIST. rThe Mlowisc strlktne- noesn was translated for the New York World from the French of Franclaeo Cooee-J Walking with I"eter, OtirM his footsteps wt On the laka shorn, hard bv Oenneaarei, At tbe boor when noontide burning rayS down poor: When they beheld, at a. mean cabin door, A Ushe...

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 December 1878

s. i. J. HUXIWJU. rater ana rroprlrtt,r A JosraalforthePeopie. Devoted to Ihe Interestsof U-umanlly. Independent In Polities and Religion Mtve to all Live Israes, and Thoroagr, Radical In Oppoelncand Exposing t he Wren ) F r 1 UK COR. FkovT "WAftM 1 SUTtIK MTRKKT TERMS, IX ADVANCE: One year. 'x month Tiree months. '. of the Masses. 1 7 1 W Free SrlECH, Fkeb Panss, Krkk Pkopi.e. Correspondents writing over assumed slcna torea most make knows tbetr names to thA Kdltor, or no attention will be tvM lo tbetr communication!. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted o Reasonable Terms IOTtTr-VlVX, OREGON, TUCXTRSDVY, DECEMBER 15, lr&. TJ3IBEIt 1. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; OK, Here Waf f Urlsc itan (Inr. Br Mi A.J.DCXIWAY. irtHOB or "J 'nu dotd,' "AUK "run HAPrr HO VC, BIC XTC (Knlrat,cKwaitAtofOoCT,ln the year 1K78. by an. A. J. Danlway, la the office of the I i- rnrlnn of Omunim l 1T itilnrnn ritT 1 CnAPTEU XI. "Hold! bold! Mr. Snowdeu, I was only joking," exclaimed the usurer, with a rattling laugh, as t...

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 December 1878

THURSDA--.YDECEMBER 12, 1878. TflE WOMEN TO THE UN AM DIAL EESOUE. At the annual meeting of the Board of Managers of the Oregou State Agricul tural Society at Salop on the "th Inst., the fallowing resolution, preceded by the usual explanatory "whereases," was adapted: Resolved, That in consideration of tb eon. dittos of oar finances, we deem It to be oar datr to brent away from a eastom so long adopted, and hereby direct that for tbe annual (Mr of ISW. toe season tickets for women IS yean and over shall be $1, and for day tickets 50 cents; girts under 15 years, free. JCow, we are one of those who believe ttiat women should pay their way wherever they go, lustead of passing as financial nobodies, but in order that they may do this, there should and must be an equitable adjustment of home finances at once. Either this or the masses of women must remain away from all places of public amuse mentor recreation, or resort to the most pitiful economies to raise money to de fray tbe necessar...

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