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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 May 1872

FRIDAY MAY 10, 1872 OLUBBIHG WITH MAGAZINES. ' . Send us $5 00 and secure a weekly visltj'from the 2f uw Northwest and a monthly one from DemorcsCs Parlor Magazine for one year, and depend upon it, ladies, you will not regret the investment- The fact that the New Northwest is awakening so much In terest with Eastern publications as to cause them to make magnanlmousof fera for our mutual benefit gives our readers an idea of the estimate that first-clBKs periodicals place upon our Journal for the People. "Vc have made arrangements with the publishers of Arthur's Home Maga zine by .which, oil receipt)f4 SO, we will benableil to send theXEwKoirrn WTSST and Homo Magazine each for one year, accompanied by a large anil ele gant steel engraving, entitled the "Wreath of Immortelles." This picture was engraved as a special premium for Arthur Home Magazine, and its retail price is $C 00. Godetf Lady's Booh, the .standard $S 00 monthly, has agreed to club with the Nmv Northwest at the rate of $...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 May 1872

FRIDAY... .MAY 10, 1872. I'll told. BY JUAHGABKT E. SASGSTEK. A fuse mar be woeful while to cover a heart tllHt'h HClllHE, And a fee may be lull of light over a lienrt tbatv; bmdcln?! 3&l&U&M&iX&&aT the willow; i-' The leitr liring slow relief whleli only wet the JUIIOW. If ml mar be hardens borne, though friends wouWl fhlii unbind them; Harder are the eroseh worn where none Mtve Christ can find tliem. For the toyed wlioleare our side our toute aroltill.tho.skiu emca ; of the consistency of Hut ah! for the graves we hide have pity, ten twr ueaven : Soil be the words and sweet that 1 J the r-t to- Why He Looked Ugly. "What is the matter with him?" asked; "is ho immoral?" iot tnat 1 know or," was the re-. joinder; "but to tell the truth, Dolly, lie's insufferably ugly his face all scarred and cicatrized. 1 should think by firejyand you know it Inlwaya .makes me nervous to look at anything of the KllHl." "Poor man! perhaps he trot burned in rescuing some child 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. — 17 May 1872

'rrvrv. AG; WIS. A. J. lir.MffAY, Editor b4 l'roprlftor A Journal tbr tho People. Devoted th'the Inlerestof Ilunmnlty. 1 Independent In rollllesnmt l.eHnkni. Alive to all I.lv Inr and ThoMMjghly Radical In Opposing nmU5xposm.l Vn.gs ol the SlaXe. orrilin-f'or.Tliiril nml Washington Sts TKItMS, IS ADVANCE: chr mmitlw TWrtw mwdi ', 1 00 Frf.c Spsnciff Fkkr Ires, Kkek PEOM.E. Correspondent1! WTltlnjc overnssumed.'!itgi.3 ture mut make known their name-"to the Edltor.or no attention will be given to their ADVERTISEMENTS Insetted on Reatonablc Terms. VOJLTJjSlEE II. POTCTIViNTD , OREGON, FKIDAT, MAY 17, 187C. communications. m e l 1 JW WW I'l 51 S0N0EA HEWITT. V MBS. M--.IE WITIIKUFLL. Eirte ifi, neeordin;; to the AetorOongrcM.in the yer KH, by Mr.iuclc Withered, In theOf fle'flTtM Ubmrian of Congress at "Washington CIIAITKU II. THE AKKIVAL OF C1KACK MA US II. An unusually happy snulo rested upon the fair features of Blanche Levoro two visoks after our first Introduction to her, as she, ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 17 May 1872

FRIDAY. '. MAY 17, 1S72. WHY SHOULD NOT WOMAN VOTE? The opponents of Woman Suffrage of sk "Vlv should woman vote?" 1 . i ! r.. i !!.. Inn nsk Thoouostion lias been satisfactorily an swered lime and again. We now pro poso to ask the opposition a counter question, "Why should not woniau vfc?" Is it because she Is not as intelligent as man? No. That theory was ex ploded long ago, f nd is now only held to by thoe nntiqated fossils who believe the earth is flat, and that the sun, moon and stars all revolve around it every twenty-four hours. la it because she has no interest in the Government? She is not only .subject to, hut. punished by the same law.s as man, without participation in their adoption, and pays taxes without any privilege of saying what shirtl or shall not he done with the revenue so derived. What a glorious country is this free America (so-called under man rule! If taxation with'out representation be tyranny, aud justified our forefathers in unsheathing the red sword of r...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 17 May 1872

FRIDAY...... ....MAY 17, 1S72. HOHE NEWS. . ill Polk county lias 2,224 school children. The Democratic primaries, met yester day. The cropt in Linn county are looking well. South Snlein H being considerably improved. The debt of Washington Territory is $3r.,74 03. J A ww Court IIotie for Marion comity ix projected. Wool Is selling at fiOcts dot pound at Eugene City. The Oregon Cttj free scl fool has three Tlie Forest Grove postofllpe U now n money onler oltlce. The "Waldron Dramatic Troupe are playing in Victoria. The people of Oelioco Valley have reg ular mail facilities now. A number of new building)! arc being erected at Forest Grove. The assessable property of Douglas county amounts to $4,5.j1,O0O. An TiMlepondent Democratic ticket Is in the field in Jackson county. It is still averted that the O. S. X. Co. has sold out. to the N. 1 Tt. II. Co. The corner stone of the Sisters' Acad emy at Salem was laid lost Tuesday. M. S. Hart, the defaulting and ab sconding contractor, is now ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 17 May 1872

r FRIDAY. ...MAY 17, 1872. Doll.v Vnrtlcn. ODollv! nolly Yardcn! Is a lady V form a garden. That tlMHi madly trall'M. It o'er IJIIes, pinks ami blushing rose, Violets, fotHet-me-iiots. Larkspurs, and I ilon't know wlwts. All the colors of the year In a single gown appear; Mowers of every Maran, In and out of reason. All a single yard In Hast llimi, Dolly Varden. Polly. Holly Vanlen! still thy prank we iardon; For a very witching thing Is the whimsy thou do-l bring: Kvery pretty maklen. Charm of added row. spell of fill things fair Moomlng everywhere. Hall to thee! Rut pray put guard on Those who can't, dear Iolly Vanlen. Every luiman form divine can't be graced with flower and vine, Hearing o'er Its back quaint storv Traced In bloom of morning glory Kvery dame can't be a gnnlen, As thou knowst.poor Dolly Vanlen. Vainly, Dolly Vanlen, Wswmrhaftrts wpuld, harden. AVIIcWilg OhC, hew bdrTi oTSpring, Full of dainty blossoming. Whether tliou dost come in luwn, llright and misty as tlie da...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 24 May 1872

MH. A. J. lirsiH'AT. Editor ana rroprlrtor OITIt'K-f 'or.TliIrtt and Washington Sli TEUMS, IX atjvasck: Qftjew- Klrftofllfc llire hkmUik. . i ( -ss 00 1 ADVBIWISKMBXTS Inserted on Reasonable (Writreii forthe Xew Northwest. I watch and weep fur thee, WhOe evening badows flee; WkrwnU litou not to me. Thou leant of life? The mourned Mrs appear, Art Jfr iBMiOon's t wtr Slihft; thoof h-'none beriter ToiwIietbelrliRllt. Olie gaudy tulips sleep; The heavens o'er them weep Drops from that anw deep a Where oft we gaze. The bleeding heart droops low, J Tt vlolera tear drop glow. ' Alxl swaying to ami fro ' BreliMt jtirves. . Jlaabthou f.rfit iinv.!'. ,j".,.. . hoel4rit jearns-iorthec? . ( " oMfit.earth'KrrtendithlpT.flee,. : We live !n woe,. . . ,' . 0 towel oneo fondly told I ' U rise of virgin gold! Jlaw jre So him grown okl Alas,soocm? If ttnts IWeV morning btoom In marred by wirrown gloom, 0 wtai must be the doom Of future years? Dai numbered oou life's pnds; AtthwheU the heart's demands....

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 24 May 1872

FRIDAY r' .......MAY 24, 1872. GIELS, LEABN TBADES. Would that this advice could reach every girl in the laud. Tho great curse of woman is her dependence and help lessness. And these are caused mainly by her having no trade or profession by which she may earn a livelihood and be independent. And not only girls need this advice, but their mothers also. Mothers should impress upon the minds of their daughters, as much as upon the minds of their sons, that it is their duty to be self-supporting members of the Commonwealth. But this is far from being the prevalent opinion to-day. The common idea is that it is not woman's place to do any kind of work except un- remunorativc household drudgery. Girls are taught that marriage is the end and aim of their existence, and that it is the duty of their husbands to sup port them. This might all be very well although It is rounded upon an un sound principle if husbands did really support their wives. But they do not, in the great majority of cases...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 24 May 1872

FRIDAY 1IAY 24, 1872. . HOMENEWS. Salem needs more dwelling houses, Considerable building is going on at Seattle. Kuiall pox U reported in San Fran co again. The citizens of Dayton intend having a free bridge. The Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. met this wr-ek at Salem. The wheal erop in Linn county looks very promising. Picnics of all sorts and descriptions are plentiful just now. The Multnomah Democrats have in- tiorsou the People's Ticket. t ji ftl i ft Mrs. Bhafer, mother of ox-Gov. Salo mon, died at Olympla recently. ine property value for the present year of Clarke county, V. T., is ST.'jO,- Several eaeeriof small pox are reported among the IiHiiaiis.on the Siletz lte.cr vation. The Columbia river is rising, and con sequently the Willamette is also rising at huh jiiHue. The Improved Order of Red Men of Portland held a picnic last Tuesday at Kauvie's Island. Grand preiarations are being made for the celebration of Decoration Day fn the 30th hist. See notice of Spiritual Grove Meeting, ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 24 May 1872

FRIDAY ."....MAY Si, 1S72. Coin, mw Willi m tK uv Come, walk with mo beneath the p.ilcur Weni'S&W quiet nook. " " - : ..a I ..Inlir I Tlimugn iiiwus" ...... i i near: , , vn..- iiu. Tniil soot lie our '"""" Mii'liurlfy ftir dull atmosphere i:it our being to a higher sphere. Cvrow- owns to Uie tailing dew, B. ni- li-r silent wntrlu 'Midst the bower's arch the full rising moon looks ihnuh The midnight wstchesof the sleeping llowors; Kfcrjit's tu-kv wingsarestutdowedo'erthe sky; Another glory relgnfc where Sol hail shone. Ixj! Nature spreads her mystic page oil high Iii solemn grandeur o'er yon Marry zone Eternal secret, fcave to Clod alone. How Mittly sighs the stirring atmosphere; Tlw Iolty trees nod "Ions the zephyr's wake. Their moving shadown things of life appear. From silence's depth u heavenly melody Seraphic wteaU to the Impassioned soul Ah unheard music, or as thoush the whole Of Nature' atoms blended In a lay Whose strain expire into the realms of day. A halo gild yon hi...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 31 May 1872

MRS. DCMffAr. Editor And Froprlttorl Hft HI l-ir l Itfl '4 l!,17 iT II il .'V I til HI 3V 1 :5&' 1WI t HI I Ml HI Mi Ul TRRMS, IN ADVANCE: I ."J Thre months 1 00 1 Tv.r.r SpraOTT, TtCrX. nll&s, Fkkk 1pi.e. i - 1 i . i ADVErmSKJlBNTOInscrteJonUcasonable VOLTOIE II. POTtTJDiVISTD, OBEGON, ITKEDY, 31, 187S. PTpCBER i. Terms. , , , ji,,,,,,, i " urn n . OFFIOE-Cor. Third mid Washington St Onryer.. For the New Northwest. Ninety Knlooii lu I'orllanil. "It I nM there lire ninety saloons In Port land." iny mper. Ninety saloons In tliii little city I If such be a feet, O Heaven! havo pity On fathers and turns nnd husbands who drink In Ton splendid saloon and yonder low sink! They there qaalTthe wine cup or flowing punch bowl, To the ruin or manliood nnd detructIon of fiOUl. Bear tbAUpnor mthr with her son she now ptoad, Then with her hiwband she next Intercedes: "My dr boy, my only, why WuM your young 111 WHh tiMit fermented rap that's full of mad MrM? It will rob yu of earthly and h...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 31 May 1872

She fer$ JSorfhajesi FRIDAY.. .MAY 31, 1872. THE NEW YOBK CONVENTION. At length wo have tidings from the Now York Conventloir. The telegraph operators or managers did not see fit to give us any news-, and so tho mails have broucht us the first reliable information. A report was published in the Portland papers a short time ago that the New York Convention had nominated Vic toria Woodhull for President and Fred erick Douglas for Vice President. Vpon the strength of this the chivalrous and courteous?) members of the man's rights pressof Oregon have been indulg ing in the most outrageous misrepresen tation and obscene remarks, not only about the Convention in general, but also about Oregon's representative there in particular. Although these slanders aroall proven tobe without the slightest foundation in truth, we hardly expect, judging from the past, that they will be recalled or apologized for. "We have not room this week to give full particulars of the Convention, but will in our ne...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 31 May 1872

FRrDAY....T...........rLA.Y 31, lSTi HOHENEWS. There ie not rt vacant dwelling in the Dalles. Couch Ike in North Portland is be ing filled up. A new (own Ims been laid oft at Point Elliott, W. T. AValla Walla is to have a now woolen mill and a jail. The Oregon Sunday School Conven tion met at Albany on the 29th inst. The Oregon Central Military Road I reported in good condition lor travel. The Tarn Verein Society of Portland hekl a festival last Sunday and Monday. Tlie'oitit'.ens of Albany intend' cele brating the Fourth of July in grand style. Salem boasts of an earthquake. Some of her citizens, however, think it was only thunder. Owing to over-bearing last year, the apple crop in Yamhill county will fall short this year. Lady clerks, according to the States man, are now the fashion in Salem, .Sensible fu.sliion. The Waldron Troupe are playing at the towns on the Sound, and will arrive in tins ciiy within a weou. A new town by the name of St. Jos eph has leen laid out at the railro...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 31 May 1872

FniDAY.....T...Z..JMAY 31, 1S72. To ?f.v IIiilninl. Come, rest thee, wears one, awhile, AowttIirWe: I louf; to are thy earnest Millie, When seated hy wy "I lore my darling more and more. Than I dM long -" Ami though tltou tcil'st It every Hne TJiBrtslHKlyniyWet Hr dearer tar. tltoegb ) a wife. Than when I was a bride. I coin thy whlkers Into gold. And lock them In my heart, They'll tie tny treasures when I'm old. Should death our beings part. 80 sit thee down, and chant thy song Kaeh time 11 sweeter aeeins, jLUiUs ttc music all daflong,. : An Angel in a Saloon. Pino nfTarnnftll til lm v 11 1 1 Tunn a lady in deer) mournlnjr, imd followed by n child, entered one of the fashionable saloons In the city of K . The writer happened to be pussing at the time, im pelled by curiosity, followed Iipr to see what would ensue. Stepping up to the bar niyi, ad drying thpropriptorv.iio happened to bepreeent, who said : "Sir, can you assist me? I have no home, 110 friends, and am unable to work." He...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 7 June 1872

Mas. A. J. 1H.MHAY. Editor and Proprietor .A-JournaUbr tho eonk- Ull IJevoted to the Interests of ITumnnlly. Independent in Politics and 'Religion. Mlve to all Live Issues and TUoreujfli'ly Radical In Oppoln? and Kxponr tl Wrd3fet oltheMasaes. '" Com-spondents wrltlns over inmeil sfcftf J" tures must make known their name ttrtBe Editor, or no attention will he sl-wl'to'tHWr communications. . -t A Country Nelmol. ? Trrtty and pale and tired, "' She sit in Iter stiff-backed chair, . i- While the blazlmr summer ran Shines In on ln-r soft brown hair; And the Huh- brook without That she hears throngh the open door, - OFFIOE-Cor.TIiIi-il null Wiwlilnston St One yew $ CO - I 7S 1 00 MI RMMMtW. Three mMln.- ADVERTISEMENTS Insert ed oa Reasonable TOLTOIE IT- 1? OTtTIj AJTD , OBEGOIS, ITKEDAY, .TXJTS'E T, l!-r Terms. I tm .U:;ilV r- !Vtr the New Northwest.! To Friend. w Wni0iir'iheia near,? . " j Ami one nr tliem far. And each of them dear. 'While of these two friend , A the- now and X, Wlitc...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 7 June 1872

FRIDAY .JUNE 7, 1S72. THE ELECTION. Tlie "1car nowa- Vell. the elecliou is over. .nnwiiiinf means the nien davs-think tl.ey have vindicated their rJiinm -ml manhood in casting a bal lot and lending a representative of their choosing to Congress, never once minn i,rnf the fact that there are thousand; or fax-naving, law-abiding women in this State who would like to vindicate A CALL OH HOBAOE GREELEY. J the perturbed old candidate a polite Ti, National Woman Suffrage Asso-j S001 afternoon, we gained the oien air, .inf ion decided at one 01 us committee t - , ...v-. nicetincs that It would be a capital "" ".-. .-.. thine for the editor of the Nkw North-' ina,t!ou a,ul between preaching west to interview Horace Greeley, the j aml Pcl!ce, and between a man as world renowned humanitarian and Cin- j ttcopwt and a man as a political deiua cinuati nominee, in his editorial sane-1 SSU turn. Accompanied by Jane Graham . Dear iwidcw, we cannot tell you how Jones, of Chicago, and Susau 1i. An- 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. — 7 June 1872

FRIDAY. .JUNE 7. 1S72. HOMEJEWS. Caterpillars are now the nuisance. Olympia is making extensive street improvement. Petty larceny thieves are abundant in Salem and Portland. Crops in Benton county are reported in splendid condition. Crop reports from all parts of theState are highly encouraging. The "Woolen Mills at Jefferson are to commence running again. Small pox has disappeared from the Siletz Indian Reservation. A large number of new buildings are being erected in Rosolnirg. Col. Jo Meek is canvassing for Mrs. Victor's book and lecturing. Letters from Washington sate that Oarllelde is seriously ill in that city. The Daily Heronry of Salom has ceased publication. Too much election. The HeiHililIcans will hold a grand jubilation meeting next Saturday even ing. The work on the new wall around the Court House block is progressing rap idly. A line of stages has been put on be tween Gervais and Wilhoit's Soda Spring. A recently discovered silver ledge on Goose Lake yields ore that as...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 7 June 1872

3E - rr FRIDAY. 1S72. The Amerioaii Woman Suffrage Aseooia M tiar AiimHf or OTHES T1IK HESKV K. BI.ArKWEM. CINflSSATJ I'I.ATPtRM AMI 1K- OCCU. Quite a largo awoiublngo gathered at Aiwllo Hull, yesterday morning, to par ticipate in the annivernry exercises of the American Woman Sullrage Associa tion. Mrs. Lucy .Stone UlackweH pre bidwi, nnd among those on the platform airs. Vilbour, Uio Itev. J. V. Clark. Henry 15. Blackwell, Helen M. Jenkins OI 1 IHSOlirgJi, aim iur. ..uurj n. iimsi- inaii. Mrs. Blnekwell briefly reviewed the history of the woman fcuirrage move ment for the past year. The Legisla tures of nearly all the States had had the subject before them hi some 'form. The Uovernor.of Massachusetts had rec ommended the lMissage of a suffrage law in his message, a thing never before done by any uovernor. In Congress, too; the sublect lind receiveil attention, aiMl the friends of the cause there had been able to secure the passage of an act nrovuilnc that there Miould be no restri...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 14 June 1872

V- 1 A Jaurnal tor the People. . IWyoied to the Interests of Hmnanlty. .-independent In l'oliliait and.Bc'lIeton. .lAHvo'to M Wve. Issw nod ThorongUly 'likilleal hi Oopo1" ttvi Kxpo"-'ns the "Wrongs fjomwpoudewt writ Ins over afeumed fctjnn- tunas MM make known their naiaci jo tbe XMor.or no attention will be glyeri to their oawnuf4cMlok. Alter Tmntj- "Venn. Written tlx" litmt Plains, opprwdte my Jfoth' jprave, mar Fort Laramie, May 31I1, 15. Attanrn the dead and distant yean "Iy memory tread the sands of time, Aud t)shti hoi a vision ream, &&ehed by toHtudes aabllmc. iiv . . ;. . i"-"XoAHnwn lb mystic, dreamyspatt, J!tiiteidnioodIllnBernWt A'"rtje prairie, old atidvaM, MovpHiMHSoTaxpn.Iontffand'Mow; Their rButh-ribbed lde and hollow eye And )4tlM' Rate and lazytread, ' 'fit under cloudO. tanning ricle ' ur waym,traekle--wastestliey led. Inn 1 - in w rt IntHT into. . lTodny attfrra hore, "TheStorow" rvfAlt pantlMarairtMseVrtbO'plalnt 1 -audit timoMi Mitbtam4MaiWaandtmrm iAs ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 14 June 1872

FRIDAY.. ..JUNE 14, 1872. TILTON, THE TIMOBOUS. Theodore Tillon, who, notwithstand ing his desertion of the woman cause in the Cincinnati farce, when he ran after Greeley and the loaves and fishes in stead of woman's enfranchisement and the answer of a good conscience, has not altogether forgotten his first love, for he does say some good words yet for woman, albeit they Imj terribly diluted because of his Greeley ism. Hero is one of his characteristic rhapsodies: While the women of Massachusetts ami New York have liecu talking about It, their hitter lu Oregon have cone and done It. They have asked Congress to amend the Homestead Ijiw m as to allow them to nrcsc-mnt tmlillr limits. And Congress liati too murh Justice an well an gallantry to refuse the fair petitioners, and there Is every probability that the amendment will nass. The President nnnnivra It. nml Mrs Senator Williams Is hnnnv. nnd Mr K.iu-ffitf the President of the Woman' Ileal Estate As Noclatlrm.has gone to Oregon to ...

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