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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 16 January 1879

THURSDAY JANUARY 16, 187 SOME HEWS. The usual temperance meeting will be Id t Uw Y. al (7. A. nmnu nniiilKr. oajr evening. All are weleome. Edward Hill, the talented landscape painter, has fold bis maptiiftceiit views f Mounts Shasta and Hood for $300 eaeo. "My wife and I" have never pnjoyal newer rtealtb. We are uow Mine the wira nonie or minder's Orecon Blood Purifier. me steamer "City nt Chester" has beeu chartered to ply between Yietnrin oaw ironwcea while the "Alaska receives neseesaary repairs. , Kewember Abell ta sot lieiilud. but abead. First pfeminnM for llt 5Wt eaMueK, cards and retoaeneii phnto- me late state Kali. Mailt) from The Dalles have arrived overland this week, a solid ie gorse in the OoliMBbia above Vancouver prevent- in; the steamer from reselling the (a- Persons desiring help and thww want ing work will dud it lo their ad vantage to call upoo Hawkins A Ooker at their employment office, corner of First and streets. Fever and agoe instantly cheeked and soon cure...

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. — 16 January 1879

THURSDAY. JANUARY 16, 1879. THE Jt,lKTVK rHTSlCIlXS. Strong men march Into battle. The Joy or conflict swelling in liielr hearts; Aasl mid ibe muskets' mine lad cannon' roar, act their heroic part. 1 TMcwy thus to perish. To throw a llfr upon t hp wares of war, Aawred that bm will cherish Hie name that shines transcendent as a star. Grant! heroes of the fever. Bow silently you trod the path of death! BMdloc farewell forever To Irietsdausl homes, you sought the potion- That Boats In desolation ibroogh eahla windows and through palace pP,MJWw nor station. ADd "M 6tet,c(.M H .preads Me spores. He -who In rklnsss Mdeous And , Jeww an hoi Behind Mm with the light. Display (Ht(r daring Tnanfco Who seek the fever in lis den, . To iron, awsjiertng. And their Bveelu save their lei low-men. No form will ahtae mere whltHy About the glorious throne ol heaven than No names am "writ more brightly Upon the page which deathless Lie secures. Orandrsttoufmtte story . That tails yourftght and most her...

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. — 23 January 1879

S3S. r ami I'raprMar A Journal tor the People. Lie voted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent in Politics and Rtgot, Alive to all Uk lamas, and Thoroughly ' R-dical in Opposing aud Exposing toe Wrongs office-cob. fm washi kuton aum TERMS, IN ADVANCE : orUMl 1 :s 1 M Vhkk Speech, Fbkk Pnnss, Fhee People. COrrespondeata wrltlna ovar i tore most make known thair n nu m. tba EdUor, or no attention will be grraa aa their commanleatlona. PORTLAND, OREGON, TIIXJKSDVY, .T-iVNTJ-AJR-Y .J, 1870. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; oa, Ha) r Llrlac teas II ec U A. J. DONIWAV. ADTHOB OF JUDITH WD," "LMtK MVH," " A Mrar Jum," "nt NArrr ." WOMAJtl St-BKBK." "KASOB MOKKMOK," WC, KTT BTC IBBtered.aeeordlng to Act or Congress, I n the yev Un, by Mr. A. J. Dual way. In the ofllee of We Librarian of Congre at Washington City. CHAPTER XVUL "Oracle, darling, Iwve 300 not one kiss of love and forgiveness for me be low wo port, pwHiH trevr?" asked Atbom, as be approached his wife with a hesitating sir, sod looked ...

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. — 23 January 1879

THURSDAY JAXUAKY 2J, IS79. AIT OVEBSHADOWIHG QUESTION, .The San Francisco Chronide of tbo 15th Inst, says: The Woman Suffrage question overshadows Ml others, at present. In the coafctttotlonaleoa- venuon. lestefday one metnber InditmanUv repudiated Uk effete arKameot that women earn next. Had every married man in the i etnbly grimly conceded the correctness of hi 11 1 utneult to make the unmarried etlng to toe old theory that women are snrel. witbMt wings, and that to Introduce an ele ments ot nearenly origin into polities would i"ww mow atsastroag result. The latterpart of the above paragraph, though Intended as facetlm. merelv la really a sarcasm upon the unreflecting and- purely theoretical argument that so many men advance against the en 1. 1 . . iianuiiiBumeiH oi women. The vague awl altogether IndeGnable Idea that somehow or other the modesty, purity una other womanly attributes of woman wilt sutler attaint from the thorough understanding of an equal participation In the gover...

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. — 23 January 1879

r ' &m fiercest THUR8DAY JANUARY 28, 187. H0MEXEW8. lias gone tn Ann- mufo. 4 The Aearaer "Great lisfHililic" will Mil for thhi poVl abool SaturdHy the 2SUi tnat. EigiitaM hundred patients have I-h admitted to St. Vineeat'a Hospital xiaee its opening. Religion meeting are still tseiua: held nightly In the handout of tin; Taylor Street If. E. Church. "My wife and I" have never enjoyed better health. We are now osiutr Uie third bottle of Wander's Oregn 15lod Purifier. Miss Lillian A. Cookb, X. AV. comer l Tentlt and MorriMXi streets, solicit pupils niM the organ, or for rudiment ary leaMNM upon the piano. The new Meanutbin "State of Califor nia" will a from PhlnMlelhia for this city uireci with naaaengera and freight, aooui me awn or February. Kemember A bell fa not behind, but ahead. Firat premium for the lwt eabiueta, cards and retnoohed )4toU graphs at the late State Fail. Kesrer and acne Instantly alieeked and soon eared with a feu- domett af llitt celebrated Willanette Fever ...

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. — 23 January 1879

TIIUJISDAY.. JANUARY 2S, 1S7. COTR.T. 1 w BY SARAH A. OIRBS. A 7T iwona i ne nms usai mi me iu( i Uipan Uic sound of labor. World h work and pain and sorrow, too. Seemed struggling with lu neighbor. And lowied dead, and peace had fled Far off to fields elyewn, And might was right, and strength was law; such was tbe aaitbljr vision. My soul to stirred. I wayed : -Let me I Jo kih rrea werk snjmrely. To right llts mown, that I shall know That I hmjavea Usee surely." ThewhTle'Bir hefftfe2eY. For some nst deed la irave my lo. send me, MBwjsa-my Master." But ecrrtHMWc! with thorn. My hacda-wfjMemand Meealni;; W&l6 ,"'"d yiabt came: wNUtk Itienufl rltn I Watted fertkss .morrow. The friendly wara.tbelcludly deed. Tinetfiknialltke act in seeming. Strail.ln Uwessx, unulsUM-l Prove mtgntter than Mty tires m In-. The cup of -water to the Met, The rest BBte the wesry. The light Hsoa si vest awAre lift email BWkl thine own less dreary, And boandtes realm or faith Bad love Will watt lar Iky to...

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. — 30 January 1879

sate wtVwt.TawBBivtiiM Hill, ii i M - iaasaimi;iVnii fV --,r Tmr n . - M --..-,-. ....s i - , -, ,-vr-ff'irvj. HK. K. S. DIM WIT, HiUf art rrserkssrl .AJoaraal for the reople. iievolSH to mm late rests of UUMaottj. Independent In rulities and ReJtgJoa. Alive to all Uve Issues, and Tnuisaglrty Radical laOpposlag and ExpotlagtbsWinaqt OFFICE-Coa. Frost 4 Waouuigiox Stiuebts TERMS, Dt ADVAKCE : or the Ha One year 4 . tioo BIX mMUW .... Three month 1734 i so rKK hpecch, I !, ritrac PPI.E. Correspondents writing orer a nrea mast make known tbeir i ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasona rOTtTIVlVlS,- OREGON, TldtfTJKSrA.Y. .TA.NTX.VTJ.Y : CO. 1STO. MMor.or no attention wilt be given to their eommaulcationi. VOICTME VIII. ble lerma. - FACT, FATB AND FANCY; o. . Marc Warn sf Urtac tbsa a. Br Mas. A.-J. DDXrWAY. acthok of "jcdot beio," "tun Dnwo," "Ajfw ajid mwmwr ixn Ttia kaptt hoxb," twqprMMWsraatx." "ma-doe xomsox," .. etc., nr., ire s Entered, according to Art of Congress, I n the year 187. ...

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. — 30 January 1879

$ evilly est THUltSDAY-. JANUARY 30, 1S79. AITEE AN HDHDHED YEABS. Tlie present is the one hundredth ses sion of tJie Massachusetts legislature. High time indeed to have a governor of that great commonwealth recopuiie the fact that within hi jurisdiction are a large number of disfranchised citizens, thousands of whom not only support themselves and families by manual la bor, but contribute their proportion to the taxes which support the general government. So evidently thought Governor Talbot when he penned the following paragraph iu his menage to the legislature: Tbe claims of women to the right of saftrage have too Una a bads in natural justice, and too man? earnest and able advocate, to be throat lightly aside. It seems only reasonable and Mr that these claims should be laid before the people aw aoceptauee or rejection. In the lorm ot a constitutional amendment, tbui transferring their examination and discussion from the Legislature, which can ill spare the time, to a wider arena...

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. — 30 January 1879

THT'RSDAY-....JASUARY 30, 1879. HOMEKEWS, Little Maud Adams will be the next attraction at New Market Theater. Sarooel W. Pie rev took his departure for Sau Francisco by Hie "Elder" on Sunday morning. The regit In r annual meetlNg of the Portland Library AaaoeiHttmi will be held on Saturday, February 1st. Mrs. Walter MotieU, who ha iteefl on a brief visit to the Bay City, rrturrrwl to her home in this city ty the "Ort gwn. "My wife and I" liave never enjoyed oetter Health. We are wow weiiic the tnira nottle or l'tu Oder's Oregon Blood iimner. Mr. Srott-Hiddone is reading at Stein way Hall, New York; Frank Mayo I starring at Broad way Theater, awl Mien aveoaisn at raric Theater. Remember A belt is not behind, but ahead. First premium for the heat cabinets, cards and reUt-oched photo graphs at the late State Fait. Fever and agoe instantly eheeked and soon cured with a few dosea itf tile celebrated Willamette Fever ami Afrue Mixture, Fare has advanced between this city aud San Franciso...

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. — 30 January 1879

THURSDAY- JANUARY M, 1ST. THE LIST MESSAGE. BY o. a. USHCK. "Mother, will Idle to-night Rre the morrows early light. Will ray spirit wine tU flight Home to Ood above ? Bidding earth and Mend adieu, Ixvln hearts so Mad and true. Kindest, dearest mother, you And yor tender love T "TU my absent lather this. That I send a last fcmd kiss, That inysoel will dwell In bliss Ever la the skies; TsJI blm not to seed a tear Wer bl dausdO early bier; That her spirit win be near Ever till fee dies. "Bear him, too, Mr Inst fond prayer. Bid him seek God's love and care. Bid him meet im, mother, wbere Parting la no more: Where onr low and Joys Increase, Where onr pains and sorrows cease. Where well live In bliss and pear When this life Is o'er. "Darllnc mother, bold my hand; Closer, mother; closer stand. Hark! I hear an angel band Calllnc ma to eotne; Calling me to haste away, raedlai; me no longer stay ; Mother dear, I bear them say, Haste thee; haste thee home.' "Mother, It Is growing dark ! Liete...

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. — 6 February 1879

J UMJUUUM f ft. A. J. fcVMWU, Mllr Sid ITeprlHw OFFlCEr-Coe. Frost Washington Snnw TERMS, IN AAVAKGKS A Journal for the Ttmph. Itovoted to the IntefMUof Jfamaniiy. Independent in ToUtlcs and Kt ligtee,. Alive to all Live I no us, and ThosonRlily Radical tnOpposiug and Exposing tBeWniugH of tfce Masses. Faae Sj-becii, Fbbe Phrss, Paw I'ROPI.K. Gonespoadeau wrUrat i n aaiiiiii it atgna Um matt make known tbetr aaea to the Editor. or no attention will be given to their communications. voixjnc VIII. roitrrx..vivi), Oregon, tjiuksuay, ijskk.tj-.vk.y isto. One year MM StxoattM- . l A.DVKBXiaKMEXTa' Inserted oa Reasona ble Till : FACT, FATE AND FANCY; OR, Way f Urlac I baa Hue. Br Mas. A. J. DIINI WA V. AUTHOR Or "JUDITH KID," "BLUEX Dn'D,' "amis Ann untr lbs," The ha pit ou," "ojnt vomaVs srauK." mx, arc arc lKaiere4,aeeardtaa- la Art of Congress, In the rear BJJ. ay Mm. A J. Danlway, to the ottVe of U UkrrtaarOoms at Washington City. CHAPTER XVIIL "I cannot see what It's all about, but I...

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. — 6 February 1879

fffUItSDAY FHHItUAUY C, 1S78. DEOENOY AT LENGTH ALAEMED. Hie police, on Monday, made a de scent uton the variety theaters which have been a disgrace to the city for sev eral months past, and closed out tbe most promlneut of them. Why these Itiacea have so long been permitted to pollute tbe morals of the city with their pestiteutal breath, Is something which the women at least cannot understand. Advertised with unblushing detail In at least one of the dally papers, sending forth their strains of music and their sounds of Indecent revelry by night In such unmistakable tones that the most unsophisticated passer-by could not be deceived as to the evil character of the "entertainment" going on within, the greatest stretch of charity will not al low one to suppose that the city guard ians have been until now ignorant of this nefarious business. Who shall un dertake to say how many footsteps have, while the police slumbered and slept so lar as tins matter was concerned, been turned into pa...

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. — 6 February 1879

51 1 THURSDAY FEBRUARY C, 1879. HOMEJJEWS. Tbe jitittlle scImmIh are full ami teach ers and tuil3 are vigorously at work. Klue perrtous were arrested in tlits elty last month for keeping upturn--lioaes. Woman Suffrage Convention at Ma sonic Hall ou Tuesday and Wtalowsday of next week. Miss Rodney, of Kt. Helen's Hall, hail the niiafortuoo to fall down stairs re cently and break her arm. Governor Thayer granted a respite, on Wednesday, to Johnson ami Brown until ww e time In March; date not rlxed. Owinc to the superior finish and excel lence ol work, Abell otanda pre-emiBeut m a pnotograpner. Uive lilm a call. "My wife and I" have never enjoyed better health. We are now uninif tile Utird bottle of l'f tinder's Oregon iilood Vurifler. Professor L. I Rowland, late State Suprrioteadent of public instruction, sailed for San Fmneiseoon the "Oregon" an Hatuniay morning. TVmneranee meeting as imanl on Sat urday evening at the Y. M. C. A. hall. Qood inoelc, idogiug, speeches, reel ta ttoos, ...

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. — 6 February 1879

taUBSDAY. FEHRUABY 6, ISJ. nometimk. bt xu. may riley ml itu. when ull life's lemons have been Aad sans and stars foreverroore have set. Ike things win. h our weak JudiemeaU bete have spurned. And things o'er which we grieve with lashes Wilt wash before u-. not of life's dark night. As stars shine roost la deeper tints ot blue, AM we snail nee how all find's plana were Ugh! . Aad how what seemed reproof was love ntoat AM "hall see how. when we frown and sigh, God's plan goes on aH beat for you and me; Hoar, when we railed, he heeded not our cry Beeattse his wimlom to the end maid are. Aad eeu a prudent parents disallow Too much ot wit lo craving babyhood. So God, perhaps. Is keeping from no now Use's sweetest thing, because il seeroelh flood. II, sometimes, com minified with life's wine. We and the worm wood, and rebcland shrink, esare a wiser hsiixl than yours or mine Roars out this potion lor your lips to drink. Aad If some Iriend we love is Ivin low Where human kisses cannot reac...

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. — 13 February 1879

g!j fell tojajest MBS. i. J. WaiWAt.'imiw art fpsarMsr A Joaroat tor the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent la Polities and Religion. Altve to all Live Imus, and Tliorougbly Warhisotos Anutrra Rauleal In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs TWO, Gf ADVANCE of the Masses. Ows year. tM i n 1 at DUE Tm stoats.. Fxee SrEEcn, Free Press, Free People. Oorrwpomleals writing; over assumed signa tures must make known their names to Ihe Editor, or no attention will be given to their APVBgnpEMRyTO low. U.I ou Rciuoait- VOXTJM32 vni. T?OXtfrJL.A.7ST,' OREGON, TIITXKSDVY, FEBBTJARY 13, 1870. JTU3IBER 22. eommBRlcaUoBS. V FACT, FATE AND FANCY; ruftactfeM thK. Br MBS. A. J. D0SIWAY. ACTfio or "JUBtim nu," tuia dowb," "ahik ajtb wnrar i.rt," "rant mapfv "XASOK MOMM," ivl. arc. etc. Entered, aceofdlaa; to Act of Coocraaa, la the rear 1878. by Kit A-1. Daalwar, la the office of the UbTarlaaorOoacrenatWaaalagton City. CHAPTER XXL Hie assurance with which Atonao Hnowden met the repro...

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. — 13 February 1879

THURSDAY'...-FEBRUARY U, 1S79.I XAMBY-PAMBY. Occasionally an editor who has evi dently been iu a somnolent state regard ing the progress of events starts sud denly from bis Kip Van Winkle slum ber and attempts to galvanize with a sickly show of life, theories upon the woman question that have been an swered and sileneed so long ago that their faintest eolio is lost to the moat at tentive ear. The Standard, on Wednes day of last week, took one of these sudden spells, and totally unmindful of the progress of events, or totally ob livious to them, went through a eolumu of namby-pamby wbioh it in almost an iusult to the intelligence of the general reader to notice. We will, however, give a few specimens of this antiquated ionic (?) just to let our readers see how dead 11 man mav be and Atill live. The article closes with these words: Man does aot expect woman to lo military duly, nor does be expect her to vole. If ake the sweet ( ) of suffrage, she mast aito take the gall. Of course 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. — 13 February 1879

!jc lem fences! THURSDAY.FEBRUAHY 18, 1S7. HOMEKEWB. Sheriff Kelly, of Yamhill, nd Cms Sa,T hmk), each bnxiKbtan iuaane man to th abyluui lust week. Htrv. A. S. Coals HdmiiiiMeretl irap tlSBi to five persons at the Baptist Otwreh lu this city on SutiUay eveu- Owing to the fruperior rtoifti ami excel kol work, AlKtll etautis pre-emiiieut as a photographer. Give liiin a OH.ll. Ao increas of 300 pupils ia the public eebools of the eny last week over the oorreapoadiuK week in but year, is re ported. "My wife and I" have never enjoyed bettor health. We are now uslut- the third bottle of Wander's Oregon Blood lo rider. The Et Pottlaud taw-mill com menced oh Monday a eootraet to cut lumW for eighty bos-cars for the O. & C. railroad. Ww. Love, a dairyman well known In this city, drowned himself in Columbia Slough on Tuesday while in a tit of tem porary Insanity. Another session of the convention of the fttate Woman SnUrafte Association will be held this evening at Masonic Hall. Everybod...

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. — 13 February 1879

i$t Item jtidrttte - THURSDAY... -FEBRUARY 13, 1879. IHKKK IS NO HEiTH. There is no death! Tin- sum go down To rise upon nome talrer shore. And bright in heaven's Jeweled crown They shine forever more. There l no death! The dut we tread Shall change, beneath the summer showers. To golden (rain or tinted Iran, Or ralnbow-llnted flowers. Tbe granite roeks disorganise To feed the hungry mom tbe? bear; The loreal trees drink dally I lie From out tbe viewless air. There Is no death! The leave may fall. The flowers may fade and paw away ; Ttiey only wait through wintry hours Tbe coming- of Ike May. There ia no death! An anas form Walks o'er the earth with silent tread; He bears oar beet loved thine away. And then we call them dead. He leaves oar lioaits all desolate; He plucks oar fairest, sweetest flower ; Transplanted into bites, they now Adorn Immortal bowers. The bird-like voice, whose Joyous tones Make glad this, scene of Joy and suite, 81 tie now la everlasf Ins: sons Amid the Tree ...

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. — 20 February 1879

gije vim $tfymsl MM. A. J. M3ilff.1T. Editor and FreBrtrler cftlCK-Oeat Fkot WiiaumoK Smros 41 I A Joarnal for tbe People. Devoted to tbe Interests of Humanity. Independent In IWIUes and Til Hgten Alive lo all Uve Issues, and Tim nil lily Radical t Opposing and Kxpoelna;fce"WYnne TERMS, IN ADVANCE : of the Ma Ou year Six raomns Throe moaUu . WW i n IN Phjcf. Sparx-ir, Fbf.k Pres, Pbkk rEoi-i.r. Correspondent writing over an ned surna tnioi mm make known thir namci to tho Kdllor, or no attention will be given to tbelr eommonicatlona. ADVEBTMKKKKTS Ineerted on POKTLAXD, OREGON, TIITJIvSD.W, FEBRUARY SO, 1870. Me FACT, FATE AND FANCY; on, Mere Wsh r Uvtac isn (tee. Br Mas. A. J. DU JflWAY. otbtob or "jonem Maw," "kliw mvs," "AMt AJT MBtncr U," TUB HAPPY Batered,aeeordla-to Act orOongreaa, In the rear m, by Mm. A. J. Dulwur, In theoflJwcrf the Librarian of Ooosreeant Washington Citr.l B CHAPTER XXIL "I I please let me go with you to the store, Mr. Soowden, I want to apeak with you,' 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. — 20 February 1879

he Bens tfdtttoeM. rHUKSDAYFEBRUAKY 20, 1878. THE CONTENTION. Tlie seventh annual convention of the Oregon Slate Woman Suffrage Associ ation, which was held in this city three days and evouiugs during last week, was well attended aud enthusi astic Notwithstanding the fact that the opening day wasushered in by snow awl that the rains literally poured down all day without intermission, both the morning and afternoon session at the parlors of Mrs. Dr. Agnes Burr were more than ordinarily full, and the oven lug session at Masonic Hall was well attended -and the exercises highly ap predated. Mrs. Loughary, who is de nominated, and fitly, the "Patrick Henry of the new dispensation," by the president, won new laurels, as she does every time she appears on the rostrum rue remarks or Dr. Thompson wero forcible, logical aud well received, and the services of Mrs. Dun! way, although 'she made no set speech until the closing evening, were Invaluable. uesiuesjirs. Loughary, Yamhill county sent d...

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