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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 December 1878

Jl 1 . "' UBWflHK i T1- THURSDAYDECEJIBKU 12, 1878. HOMENEWS. Note Wo, Beck & Son's new ad. The public ecliools of the city will eu- joy a vacation uuring Holiday week. TbeeoMierb' reunion on Tuesday even Iwa well attended and quite enjoy Tne "Great Remilillu" tins nrnln brought to this city a large number of nsagers. A number or United States officers aud one humlred ami fifty troops came up on ine -jioer." Oaretreets are thronged with stran gers, and each ln-oomlug steamer adds largely i we mrong. The triaj of J. K. Mereer for the mur der of A. C. McDonald will commence In the elreuit court on Thursday of next "My wife and I" have never enjoyed ueuer uettllli. We are now uslnir the ipini lwtUe of l'fuiHler's Oregon Blood lunner. Tbo elty is already beginning to as same it holiday attire. The dixplay this year promises to be one of uuusual elegance. The usual temperance meetlnc will be item at ui rooms ot the i. M. U. A., on Saturday evening. Interesting exercises are inevitabl...

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 December 1878

gije Ben? $tett&z$i. THURSDJ YDECEMBER 12, 1S7S. BB KOWS IIOXAII J.IXE." A sMit'CL. iDj-ecrrruT pkhicatbd to rKTHOLKUJl v. MASSY, Bl SBI.I-IK CtThfc. On the beautiful shores of the Jasper mm, "Where the city of gold shines eternally. With iu gUUerlni: turrets and pavements of pearl. Its star-gemmed cathedrals, where banner unfurl Their cold-lettered mottoes to breeaesof balm. Which waA heavenly oeote eer water of calm, A throne stands In splendor, Uaascendently bright; And seated thereon l the great God of Light, The Jodce of the earth, the Creakw of all. In majesty! robes, before whom angels fall In worshipful auttnde, tester, they seem. And loving htm ranch, because Justice Ills inane. Where glories of heaven float softly around. Are white-winged angels, vrhoM golden harps sound Through the radiant valleys of verdure and And now fearfully blend with the dread notes of doom That come from the trumpet of Gabriel forth, To call unto Judgment, south, east, treat, and north. Far In...

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 December 1878

Lncitco, Cat U K3. A. J. HUM WAT, YiUft and rroprlrtor TERMS, IN ADVAKCK: Oce year.. ''I months I 7S .IN Tlree months... ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on UnaaoBatils terras FACT, FATE AND FANCY; OB, Marc Ways tt Uttsc Maan Mar. . By Mas. A. J. DTOIWAY. actiior or "icomt Bon," "kllkx Down,'. "AHIK AXD HBXKr taV "TUB HAM hour," "oafK waauuflaen ETC., BVCm, BVC. rim ii il in m I if flmaijan. Hi the year 1ST, by Jf rs. A. J. DaaHnqr, IB IB oJBe of the librarian ofCBmu tiss at Washington City.) CHAPTER XII. "Mr. Snowden, you most not think of such m thing. As your husband, ami the ruler ot my own boosebok, I forbid It!" exclaimed the wiry, nervous little man, In tones of abject terror. "Sir, if you rule your household a ail yourself so badly that you can only keep out of the penitentiary by first forging your neighbor's name, and then pawn- - your new daughter's deed to her . btful inheritance upon Iter wedding - v, I think It is quite time tbatsome- ly else bear a wiser and stronger snd at th...

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 December 1878

i THCItSDA YDECEMBER 19, IS78. TO OUR PATBONS. We have sent out during the taut two weeks a large number of bills to delin quent subscribers, aud many solicita tions for renewal to those whose time of subscription has just expired. We ask for the ilrst the immediate attoutiou which justice demands, and for the sec ond, prompt renewal. We, in common with others, nre trying, to square our accounts with the year, so that 1879 may not go halt and bowed beneath burdens bequeathed by bis predecessor. This we can easily do if our patrons will come up during the two remaning weeks of the year, with the amount of their re spective bills, many of which are now Inn. . . mi. . . . iuB uue. i ue euori to sustain a paper mat uravoly tukes aud persistently stands upon the advance ground where struggle the vanguards of a reform movement is constant, and the work for the most part thankless. If, added to this, those who do appreciate the ino lives whloh incite to this effort, and bid the workers fer...

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 December 1878

I f f EE THUBSDAY.DECEMBER 18, 1878. HOMEKEWS. THt ''Oregon" will sail hence on Sat urday. , AneusU I. Uarenu Ntlletl hence on t "Great lleiiuUic" on Tuesday. Urrfal, ortmmetiu! and artistie the eoods oaaifHHiug "" holiday sloe of & Straus. A hoy 16 years of age was committed to the iuaane asTltim last week. Hii parent) reside at Ostvejrn. The eotrtaiutneiit at (rood Templar's mil on Monday evening was well at tended, and quite enjoyable. We again call attention t. tlie xupe- rwn line i prnwi exnioteu ity UIH A Kloif, 147 Third street. Xo BhixlUy unre. "My wife and I" have never enjoyed better health. We are imw usine the third bottle of Pfuuder's Oregon Blood i-onner. rrank Mayo left Sao Krancis.'so fur Ule east on Uielllh tust. He will com meoee an enfraKement in Detroit iilxiut The Hleamttliino "Great IteiHiMie" ami "Elder" each uairied liene to San Fraticlfceo, a large number of wen gere thin week. The steamer "S. T. Church" was soaKKed and sunk in Gervals Slouch while deeei...

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 December 1878

THUKSDA YDECKMBKK 10, 1S78. THE I'lsrlLEXCK-VfMV 0r.lEA.1S. D. '- Thentcht hath come. And ofr tbe trembling city the cum . Hatig brooding o'er the music It hath stilled In man heart and home. The sickly moon Hides, shuddering, her sad and dimmed face Aaaoug Ibe shro lid-like clouds that ragged. hang Upon Hi" limb of tbe 'lllrHed night. As up mini the devoted cltjf there doth rise The ceaseless Koiwd of one Incessant prayer. CMftfl with the err or anguish, and the wall CM' emidless ones aad orphans. lyinei I dark is. I still, lor want of any- human vdIm-. A thousand lsrel tings slaod sgalnat tbe sktaa. Wliereoncethei of children aad theaangs Tli. a buna from USUI IHWH8 Of tilled Tbe echoing bafja Willi fflannasa. Reborn! In von poor roaanafllrhthabl i But, ere It Bed bam those damp. dingy walls. X tinman " . . . " - wtumiMiniirH Clay, on Its dead minimi breast, the sleenins? babe l.u-s like a Mmim on a blighted bough: Hi ! doth It dream that it bath lost what here Below can never! ev...

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 December 1878

j KS. A. J. U DM MAT. Editor and Proprlcto' . A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests or Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion Alive to all Live Issues, and Thorounr. nadteatInOppotnsaidExroilB(theAVrong ot the Masses. J mCK-OoH. Kkont.!. WAHHINtrroNfTTliKMl- TRKMH. IK A-DVANOKl Oce year.. SI i laaU ..1W ADVERTIBKltEXTS InbCrted on Ifajwwlile Term. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; Merc Waft at Utfec t!iaa One. Br Mm. A. J. UUXIWAY. A L'TKuA or "JUDITH JtKIO," "JHXEK BOWB." "AK1E AND HBNHV ME," THE HAPPY HOMK," "OJJR imXAil f HKHK," "XMffi MORRISON," ETC., ETC., ETC Enters, according to Aet of CongreM, In H year 1S7S, by Mr. A. J. DoBlmr, In the erSeeef the UbrarteH orOoof res at WashtafflOR Clty.l CHAPTER XIV. "What makes you let anybody come in here ? asked the girl, starting up like a hunted rabbit at bay. "I bave brought you a friend, my jtoor, dear girl," was the kindly ma tron's assuring answer. "I have no friends, and I don't waut to see anybody,"" eried the girl, plt...

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 December 1878

THURSDAY .DECEMKEU 28, 1S7S. OHEISTMAS. Christmas, at ouee a religious, domes tic and merry-making festival through out Christendom Christmas day, 1S7S, ha oome awl gone, leaving, we hope, bright memories of Its joyous but brief visit. There Is uothiug new say about Ibis day, ami but for the comforting as surance ol ur. xouitg mat "iruiu no years Impair," we would scarcely have had the courage to head even a brief ar ticle with the word so rich with historic lore, so redolent of sacred iucense. Among the old things concerning this day of days which will bear repeating, because It contains a sort of sweet super stitlon, Is that relating to the custom of decorating houses ami churches with evergreens. This custom, we are told, is derived from ancient diuid practices. It was an old belief that sylvan spirits might lleok to the evergrvens ami re main unnlpped by frost till a milder season. We hope our little friends will think of this pretty superstition as they leek upon the festoons o...

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. — 26 December 1878

J at $HJ 0ith?5JSi 1 ' "" ' THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2C, 1878. HOME NEWS. Tbe Christmas hervices at Trinity Chufeii were uuusually interesting. Ctirtettuas festivities claim the undi vided aUeutiou of everybody just now. The weather Is bright, bracing and de lightful, ami the chronic grumbler finds bitnlf without occupation. The Portland Library contains over ni tie thousand volumes. The catalogues cito be obtained of the librarian. The new Btearaahip "State of Califor nia" will leave Philadelphia for this jKrt about the 1st of February, 1870. "My wife and I" have never enjoyed lietter health. We are now ufiluir the third bottle of Pfunder's Oregon Blood I'uriller. The "Katie Heron." for Tillamook, ar rived at her destination with h injured, by leakage, to the extent of aooui, w,uw. J. K. Mereer, murderer of A'. C. Mc Donald, has been oouvleteii of man tdaugiiter on hie owu plea, ami will be oeiiteneed on Saturday. The eblhlreo's festival and fair at the i iillarlun Chureh. on Friday even...

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 December 1878

THURSDAY-... DECEMBER 28, IS7S. PACK 1MPLHR1. , 1IY JOAUCIK MILUKB- Better it were to Kit still by tbe sea, lvlng somebody, and satisfied ; Better It were to grow babe on tbo knee. To anchor you down for all your days. Than wander and wander Id all these wars; .Land forgotten ana lore aeniea. Belter sit still where bom, I sir. MV'ed one sweet woman and love her well, I.ii;rh with vvur neighbors, live In rbelr way. Be it ever so Mrapl. JTtaa tugaabller the borne. The nobler. Indeed, to bear your part, r.ove and be loved with all your heart, I Hnk sweet waters and dream Is a spell, share your delights aad divide yoor tears. uLt k uiu uk luwi ib virBwia taa way. From the west to t and the whole world wide: Vhen tbey lived where their lathers lived ami died I J ved and so loved far a thousand yean-. Better it ware for tbe -world, I say Better, Indeed, for a men's own aaod That be shoald sit down whare he was born, B it land af sands ereO ar eorn. al ryof poppies or Weak aortblaad, M hlt...

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. — 2 January 1879

JUS. i. J. MttUViT, BWer aa4 rrsprlfter A Journal lor the People. IMsetsd to tbe Interests of Humanity. Innsiimiileat Jn Politics aad ReHgkm. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly T.'. Wasbikgtos Simb Radical la Opposing and Exposing ' Wrongs i IN ADVAKCK: of tbs Masses. 1 75 1 M rKZX gpaecH, FME nwfi Fn 1'aoi-l.c Correspondent writing over aMUiaetl signa tures moat make known tbelr sames to tbe ADVraxXSEMKXTg Inserted on Editor, or no attention will be given to their "ommunleatlons. voivrrans vm. POTITLAN1X OK1CGON. TJnjliSDAY. .TVTsTJVTiV 1870. OjMMT. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; Man Wajs of Hffcc than Dec. . A. J. DTJ55IWAY. i mm w -jvimi h no," "n.Lir mo," SBKRV Lit," "TBI HAPrT "B WOMAN'S SHKKKT," "Moot aounox," STC, F.H ., KTC in? to Act of Congress. In the WHitfHii.A.J. "-' nr. la thnoBVir nf wo MSaaitanorOoncTeni t Washington Clty.l CHATTER XIV. Ml. Saowdett returned to ter stately hssai, h great brown mansion half hMdeu amid the apple trees, a feeling within her breast akin 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. — 2 January 1879

4 THURSDAY JANUARY 2, 1879. THE HEW YEAS. Heralded by anticipated social ei.joy meota, and attended by the joyous con summation of the aame,Xe w Year's day, 1879, wax ushered upon the shores of time, quietly counted its brief span, ami receded to its appointed place beside lite lioary centuries. The week of holidays ended as the last step In itsquiet march was taken, and to-day we stand fuse to faee with a new year of untried posst bilities, stand, our armor girded on for the contest, that ex peri en ee tells us Is slieatbed in the days of the on-coming year to be evolved and met, perhaps In tears, sorrows and defeat of cherished plaos, mayhap in smiles that wait upon vietory. Cordial Xew Veer's greetlnirs K out from the New North west office to this Journal's many friend-, and may the bright anticlnalJoiui of each be turned to glad realities as the year mils on, and tbeir borrows. If any are rising ill tbeir war. nrove imnalnahlnahadous that flee with the first appearance of laws. ...

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. — 2 January 1879

J y THURSDAY- -JANUARY 2, vm. HOME KEW8. Hob. Tboo. fireots. delegate to Coo- iioai WMtilofttoa Territory, sailed H o we "lasoo," on suoaar. "My wife and I" have never enjoyed Her bealtti. we now mi h. vuira ootlle of Plunder's Oregon Blood i vnuff. The O. S. X. Co.'s boat, failed to reach tbo Cascades, for tbe flrwt tine thit) xa o, on Monday, on aooount of floatinc toe In lb Columbia. Remember A bell I. not behind, but vw. no fnvfnilisns OT Wt oaoioeta, cards and retooebed Staphs at tbe late State-Vail. photo- Every pond in the vicinity of Utie otty od East Portland wm crowded with keni on Sunday, all eager to enjoy the exhilarating port for a brief eaoo. Fever and ague instantly cheeked and soon cured with a few ilo-en of the CbWbratod Willamette Kaver and Arm Mixture. .J1- J- 6- Glenn, whnw work speaks tor him all over the Htate. still Imh Jwi if...00? 00 int , corner of Yam Wit, where old patroijH oountaotlv seek bias out and new ones dally learu of life skill. Messrs. Barber 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. — 2 January 1879

THURSDAY- JANUARY 2, IS7. BKTOH THE MPS LIES ITltT." Jwyonl the moantxlui crowned with mow, IVvond the icy plain. Lie summer mm ami riven: flow Where valley wave with grain. Then, weary heart. press on and aee "Beyond lb Alps Ilea Italy." There musky rose bloom and die. Grapes purnteln the sun. And summer ata and cloudless ky Make earth aad heaven aem one. Take courage, tfcira; toil on and see Bejood the Alas H Italy." H frl. n.l are Mae. and loves are tost. And life atatma dark aad drear. Earth's pi n mi evermore have coat The true state many a tear. so neer deaaalr; look ap and see "Beyond tneArp Uw Italy." Though d are etark.ajtaalrfaa are long. And MMnrtaMroM Sky wear Take (xmiBakt, be bneeaaWI atmoa-; They avwMdwtjiaa;. . weary aaaLlRotc up aad Me "Beyond InWAIn Ilea Italy." Night will not at way hart, and rain Will nhaaaw to swashlne in toe morn. And Joy will Mlow after pain. Ui soitow sstuiUnie love l born. And brave, uw bearts ne'er fall to an "Beyond Ms Aps Ilea Italy." The...

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. — 9 January 1879

1 t jJMB...,,...,...M,,.gJaMtB ' ' """M 1 " ' ' A JooraaJ tor the l'eople. lmvaled tt tw Inlcnails wf Hnmaatty. Independent in FolltKs and Behaloa. Alive to all Uve Issnea, and Radical u Opposing and ExposinKtheWwo oTtpel CormtomlcnU wiWbc over a area bum make known than- aaaaw to n vuiior, or no attention will' be dven to UMttr . ADVERTD4KMEXX8 iaaertod OB BMMOIU WeTmt. VOLU3CE VIII. I somnianieatlona. TBRMS, IS? ADVANCE : fe) One year 1 $t 00 . . i i. - , , 1 g inouifci 1 ... i " 1 1 , I Hum saontlu 1 m V... c-.-K KKKK VKtOH, Pkkk I'WIPI.K. I . TU JXii-lliifc IT. I FACT, FATE AND FANCY; OB. Mum War sf Igvtsr Mmb But. Br Mm. A. I. IHJNI WAY. "asm axb bucxbt im," "tub kappt f Entered, accord tnrto Act of Column. 1 tlx year tsn, y if n. A. J. Diolnr, In the oSBce of the UbfariaBofOaBsTes at Washington City. CHAPTER XVX Very dittereot, indeed, was the air of Mr, Soowdsa hh she greeted the Kmer sons on the eauiioa of tfctsseeend visit from that which she had displayed at her first appe...

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. — 9 January 1879

MCOBSDAY- JANUARY , 1ST. A BILL OF EXOEPTIOMS. Several gentlemen have taken excep tion toourstateuienls of last week un der head of "Truth, however Unpalata ble," one characterizing tbem as "se vor,'' another ns "sour aa hottetmllk," another as "sweeping," ami another rotiroily declaring, with the niy&tie air assumed by men when speaking to women concerning secret orders, that we "know nothing about Masonry." Now, we bad some trouble ia heading U article referred to to our satisfae lion, and the strictures above named have eonvl need us that au Inspiration must have guided our pencil when, after some ruinates of deliberation, an imperative can lor "copy" loieeu a sudden transcribing of the words above quoted. To the first class of objectors, or, to coin a necessary word, "wlneers," we reply: If what we have said is not true, refute it; if it is true, in your own Individual eases even, correct the gross abuse and share equally and fairly Ufa's VretsBttude with the women who "Chee...

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. — 9 January 1879

TOtJRSDAY. JANUARY 9, ISTfl. Tbe Swards ease i oo trial. .Tbere are just now sixteen deei ater liipn to this harbor. World's week of prayer and i-er v lose! in tbe Y. M. C. A. each evening. Bervleea In all the churches oo Moo day evening were largely atlended. Both tbe "Elder" and "Ore at Repot, lie' aatoeedfcii in petting to aea hi 8nn- The Willamette has been fro sen over at this eity four limes In tbe last fifteen years. J. K. Mercer was Uken to Salem and aaaiwiied quarters in tbe peaiteutiary last Saturday . Tbe Handel and Hantea MMatv'a eoaeert will rake place on toe evening of rnssy, toe a. Ul. Boaines Is extremely dull, owlne- to tbeiee blockade and tbe subsidenee of holiday restlvlUea. Mr. Samoei fiercy, wbo I playing mtm u,.BHkAk a V , ket Theater, is wiiiniugdeaervoii IttHrebt. "My wife and I" have never enjoyed better health. We are now tt4nn tbe tblrd bottie of l'fnoder'a Orego Blood Purifier. AH. Ball, of the firm of Ball A Pbttt, eontraetora oo thecaoal and locks at th...

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. — 9 January 1879

r THURSDAY- -JANUARY 8, 1S79. Tim POLITICAL ECONOMIST AXB tiiu miar. m riiiLLiPs THOMrsoJi. Walking alon a -ounlry road, . WhS Tel the morning w "amp. Keu fpmiiii - --'" - . TiMkocxard, ntsd, careworn man lM,i n mf In plaintive ton: -I asast have rood." be straight began. "Vile rui'reanl!" I aM, "begooe! - T1n contrary to every rule It hi I my lellows should assist ; I'M of we tipiwt www . POl 1UCAI 4 "Post thou oot knew, deluded one. That darn Smith h a clearly proved Tliai 'Un self lnlssam alum By which the wheals of Urn are snored ? That eompetttloa tethe kaw By which we either live of die: pi e no demand thy labor for, Why, then, saosud I thy wants supply T "And Herbert finoaoai's active brain Mi. .wt. bow the social struggle euds ; The weak die oot, th strong remain ; 'Ti ibis that nature 't plaa intends. "Now, really lis abrurd of TOO To think fd Interfere at alt: ' cnwp tteMtMUOe tboawbt. The weakcal Mat (o to thovalL" MZ,word tamaaiMl h la donttawt UsossjhJ.; "How wts he saw...

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. — 16 January 1879

MM. A. J. IHftHVAV, tiller an rroprlrler A JouresT for the People, iiavnsad lo tbs Iatrrts oi Humanity, indepemleut la PoUUcs and iBsugioD. Aim to all Live lames, sad jruiuoinhly CKKH8. IN ADVANCE Radical la. Opposing and ExposbVifne Wrongs of Uw Masses, . rorrspOn.l'ats uiHlag overaetauied slgna Uire atast make knowa iaear aasses to the KdMor.or no iitm,l,u will ba siren to their eommnnk-ailuiK. . .AOVWOriaiMginS Inserted on Imtu- "VOaVUMOE VIIT. POTtTIVISTD, OREGOX, TiniKSDAY, .T.VIVXT.VliY 1(5, 1870. OSVSBr cai ' ' 1 pmk Ttt! , , - 5 '-- r , TUW MMItM , ml ; - : . I " ' 1 J Pkkr Krrsivir, Frkr Phbh, Fbkk Vwovuk. I FACT, FATE AND FANCY; Hrf Waw r VMas tkan II nr. Hr MM A. J. DUNIWAY. ,""BiXRr novo,, "THK HAPPY " woAVssMap." i aos nmisur." IC, BTCt UTC fMsjnsa, according o Act oroeaaves. la the 7Bar am, by Mn. A.J. Daalwar, la tbcoaVieor use UatarlaaorOMigi at Washington Clty.l CHAPTEB XVII. AJeuso was quite as much astonished te meet his motlier upon his arrival at the Emerson far...

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. — 16 January 1879

THURSDAY JANUARY 16, 1S79. OUH LESSON. The dignity ami comprehensiveness ef the labor which is being done by those who work iu the movement for equal rights is scarcely understood by the raitbful workers themselves, much less is It understood by superficial ob servers or captious cavilers. In the ag- Itation that must needs precede any re form, the education that aloDe can make It eflectlve is apt to be lost sight of. and the time that H requires to educate the masses In any direction not according with established custom, works discour- agementat times even to the most faith ful laborer. Herein seems to be our les sonthe lesson of patience; the lesson taught by history that all great moral reforms involve a tedious educational process and must move slowly. They tell us our arguments are old, but with tue consciousness that "truth uo years Ira pair," we continue in Its sacred name to appeal continually to the sense of human justice which we try to believe exists, if in a dormant sta...

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