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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 20 February 1879

2S3E! r r i "i M THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1S79. HOMENEWS. The usual tewperaitee meettuR wlil he " ai ine rooms of Ui Y. M. C. A. ou Saturday eveuiug. The heavy rains of last wk eaul tit Willamette to femi down au iui- wot volowe of muddy water. Ootids: to the minerior finish ami xel. lance of work, A bell sIiumU ire-emlneiil e k photographer. wJve hjni a mil. Nelthsr mails nor express between this eity and The Dsllm on Sulunluy, oh ooount of the anow blockade at the UMCMOg. Rev. Wot. Roberts, so loner a roaltlnnt of this eity, Irat now pastor of tile 21. J5. Cbareh at 01ymiia, is lylog duHger- usmiy m. uie lauer place. "My wife and I" lwve never enjoyed better bealUi. We are now ustutf tlte mini Home or lfaoder8 Oregon Jtlood lurifler. "Little Maad," the wonder ehild who mm been eueh an attraction at New Market Theater the part week, i only tic yean and three months old. MeCreary, tnednMcenibeuler, entered a plea of guilty upon being arraigned before the circuit court, and was ten Hmoa...

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. — 20 February 1879

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 30, 1S7. FBKWAKII. backward, the Forward, not helmsman Is steering, . Though ieebergseni-otnpassand storm thun dm roll; Br pa'lence. and only a craven heart fearing. We reach the calm waters thstelrele the pole. Forward, not backward, tbo fanner la plough ing; Tossing to right and left stubble and stone; His thought on IM lime when the seed of his cowing Full-freighted and ripe for the reaper U grown. Forward, not backward, a brave soldier marches. The cannon and snmshnt or Imuu u. He knows In nil strife a broad heaven ier- Tl victory forward, and backward, defeat. Forward not backward, tbe racers are running Frojn band to hand flashes the torch's iHlghi 1UI1HJ. But woe to the luaard who dims ti bran, horning. No life Ionia no death lo his shame! Forward, not backward. the ptaneu are sailing, Each true to it orbit around the great mo; Light and hentawm bis brimming nrn ever lEIWIlS) Their imtUoa nncoaat Dg, their race never ran. Foward, not backward, oar mind mast ...

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. — 27 February 1879

DBS. A. J. HCMWAT, fidHr and 1'refrlH.r A Journal for tbe People. Devoted to the Interests of Human it v. Independent In Politics and Krllgioii. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs OFnOS-OML FaoKT A AlItlKiTOt. STXHEIS TERMS, IN ADVANCE : One i of the Ha Hix moattu 1 1i in Tbiw months.. Free Spkbch, Fheb Them, Fkkk 1eow.k. 'urreMHlenu writing ovi r issn ne.l signa ture most make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be sflveu 10 their commanicatlon. A I V K KTISF.M K X TS insetted on Kcswona- volvulus viii. P OTtTT, vVIS'I) , OKIiGOX, TIIUliSDAY, ITI3IiliTJA.rtY -JaaV? FACT, FATE AND FANCY; OB, Mrc Hat f UiIbc ItMn Use Br Mm, a. j. duni way. "jsktii int," "BU.KM no WD,' Alto hkxkt i.ar," Th maptt ,"" WOMAWBSFHKKK.' "UMt ounos," KTC, KTC. , ETC Phllinill.iLuunlltn to Act of Congress, In UK fcy Mr. A. -I. Dunlwsy, Id thcoaVvor of OonsTesi at WuhlDftoi Clty.l CHAPTER XXIIL "I wouidn'tepeak evil of u Hebe like that, if I k...

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. — 27 February 1879

sSSE&a, fije Urn piitym$. THURSDAYS-FEBRUARY 27, 1879. A TBEATISE AND ITS LESSON. Tlie Chicago Tribune, speaking of a recent treatise by J. C. Wells upon the separate properly of married women un der the recent enabling statutes, Bays: 'Twenty-live years ago a lawyer would have beeu shocked at the thought that all the ootnmon law which for centuries has beeu accumulating on the subject of married women's rights or wrongs, as some will say was to be so suddenly and completely swept away by statutory enactments. 'Ill ere is probably no branch of the law in which the recent ohanges have been so radical. Tn such a oase, the present work will be very welcome. The author is evidently well acquainted with all the rulings of the courts, and his arrangement of the chap ters is dear and logical." This work, the need of which is obvi ous, for upon no other subject are per eons bo ignorant as upon the vital changes that the steady demands of the woman movement have created in the last decad...

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. — 27 February 1879

THURSDAY.F5BRUARY 27, 1879. HOME HEWS. ,.Tht r',Ml Jury 've wijurul uutU Jlarcli 10th. Yaeterday was Ash "Wednesday, tbe J5ar EI,ot took pa&saee on tlie j.iano on Hunday for ban Frunolsoo, Tile last Of a loin- Bariaa nf pel meeting, was beUI al Uie rooms of me l. M. U. A., on WeUoetHlay eveo Job. Owing to the superior finish awl excel lence of wort:, A 1ml I atautlt pre-emiHeut - jMiawgrMjiner. uive Him call. rerry W. Davi, formerly commis sioner ot streets, died at his home in this elty oti Saturday, of typhoid pueti- The heaviest rains of the season fell on ssatuniay and Sunday. Streets were iingl, country roads rendered bottom lees, ami river swollen greatly. The "hest element" keen eapar tnllv ot tbe nuuilterordays yet allowed to the two eiMMemned men in this city, aud al um, amy proclaim tbe count. Washington's birthday was duly oh served by the military companies of luinciiy y me usual parade with Sonorous metal blowing martial round." The report of the city census taker, ...

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. — 27 February 1879

thursday...febrtjaiiy 27, is. 1MIMAT10.N3. All around us lies the awful saerednes Of babes and cradles, crave and boary hairs. Of youthful laughters and of manly care. Of moaning sigbs and passionate caresses. Or infinite ascensions of the soul. And gnawing hungers of the heavy flesh. Of cottage virtnes, and the solemn roll Of populous cJUes thunder, and toe fresh arm faith of childhood, sweet as ralgnon nette Among Doubt's bitter herbage, and tbe dear Ke-zTlmnses of th earlier atmra that Down tbe blue Wte of our lost woaderepbere. And all the consecrations ami delight Woven In the lextareof the days and nights. The dally miracle of life goes on Within our chambers, at our household In sober duties and In jocund mirths. In all the unquiet hopes and tears that run Out of our hearts along the edges of Tbe terrible abysses; in the calms friendship, la tbe ecstasies of love. In burial Olrees and to marriage psalms; In all the far, weird voiced that we hear. In all the myotic vision we b...

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 March 1879

i I "1 MBS. A. J. KCSIHIT. -KMsr as Prssrielsr A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Iadesendent In Politics and Religion. Alive to all Live Isaacs, and Thwroughly KadteallaOppnstnf and Exposing th Wrongs OFFICE Oo. Faojrr VuHiigros l D ADVANCE : or the Masses. ft OB . 1 75 ... 1 Kkkk Spkwh, Krhb Passu, Ham 1 'hoi-lb. Oomrnnondents riling over amn -tint signa- taies arast make known their names to the AIVBRTEMEXTS luwrtz-d on VOLIDIE VIII. POTtTLAJVI, OltEGON, THUlSDAY, 3IARCII O. llSrO. Editor, or no atlt niion will be glveu tt their communication s. ble V or Three saoatZl ZT FACT, FATE AND FANCY; OK, Man Waft r Urtac I bin use. Br Mas. A. J. DCNIWAY. rllrn Down; m HAPPY oataV'on woajTsspbske," fEnlerad.aeeorSinr to Act afOmiiut. In tor TW MS, by Mh. A. J. Dual wajr, la tbe onVe cf -1 be Ubrartaa oTOoasTeM mt Washington City. CHAPTKB XXIV. Ailnqshws Carp, &q., was a grand epeeiMMa of the genut Angle-Saxon, whose opportaoltiea for getting on in tbe worl...

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 March 1879

THURSDAY- MARCH 0, 1679. THE YETO. The feellug of opposition to the Influx of the Chinese lias been bo steadily growing In the l'aolfic States for years past tbat now there can scarcely be said to be two opinions on the subject. Iu deed, so potent have the evils arising from 'their presence become, tbat tbe question of regulating their immigra tion Is now generally regarded by tbe citizens of Ibis State as second in Im portant to none other. And, it beiug understood that our Stato authorities were powerless in the matter, and that we must seek a remedy at the bands of tBe federal government, perhaps It is not too much to say that tbe recent leg islation of Congress looking to ibis ob ject was regarded by people here with more anxiety and Interest than any business that has claimed tbe attention of tbat body for years. Hence, It can not be wondered at that when, after careful consideration and lengthy and heated debate, the bill passed both Houses of Congress by unlooked-for majoriti...

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 March 1879

V i -4 THURSDAY MARCH 6, 1878. HOMEKEWS. There were ISO arrests niatle by the city police during February, the short tH month. Owing to the superior fluish am excel lence ot work, A bell stands pre-eminent as a photographer. Give him a call. New Market Theater will be closed until the arrival of Mies Rose KytlDge, whose opening night will be duly an nounced. A tax of 4; mills was voted to com plete the I'ark-t-treet school building and support the public schools of the city for the cowing year. The man Broder, first called Groeder, who was arretted for the murder of Mrs. Hager, was, after careful examination, honorably acquitted of the charge. The anniversary meetings of the Ore gon Bible Society will be held in U Presbyterian and Congregational ehurebea in this city on next Sunday Mr. Lewie, of the well known II rm of Jaewls fc Straus, is now in San Frau eieeo, engaged in purchasing a heavy stock of staple and fancy goods, milleu ery, etc. The mistake made In the arrest of V. S. Ha...

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 March 1879

" THl'KDAY MA Rf'Ii L 1879. 1 TBr nil "r THE nOElu. There aw hem- .ul unit p n v r s:ng, nd iiamt-K 11. .1 jr.- n.-v. r p..k.n: Then- an- irei.-ui- guarded with .H-.ilouscarc, And kept a 11 sacred token. There are laded flower and letters dim With lean that have rallied above them. For the flcxle word or the faithless heart That taught us how to love Ibem. There are sights that eome In our joyous hour To chasten our dream of gladness, nd tears that spring to oar achl ng e e In hour of thoughtless sadae; For the blithest birds that sing lu spring Will flit the waning summer, n! llp that we Biased in warmest love Will hmlle on the first new-eonier. Over the breast where Hires rest In white bands still forever. The roses of June will nod and blow, Unhecedlng tha heart that never, Ami lip that quiver la silent griel, - All words of hope 11 ming. Will lightly tara to tha fleeting joys That perish with the using. Summer bloasoass and winter anoas. Love and lis sweet etysium: Hope, like 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. — 13 March 1879

aanaaamnnaaimM I I I a MRS. A. t. 1WX1WAY, Mftar a Ml l'reprtfttr OFFICK-Coa. PnRI WiMIINl.ToN STUNTS, A Journal for the People. Ue voted to the Interests of Ha ma mqr. Independent la Folities and Kcllgton. Alive to all Live Issues, aod Thursnghly Wadtesl Is Opposing and RxfKMtng tbe Wrongs TERMS, IX ADVANCE : One yew Htx muutbx .. Three aratkii ef the Si W , in 1 w Pure Fkke lira, Khkb Pfaplk. Cotiesamdeats writing over aasoaieil signa tores most make known their aaam io the Editor, or no attention will be give to their communication. ADVEBTWKMKKT8 Inserted OB Reaaoua ble Terms. XOT2.TX,.A.NX, OREGON, rr J ITJI2 SUAY, MARCH TL'.V, 1870. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; Mar Hs of Uftoft than tine. Bt atas. A. J. DUXI WAY. aitthob or "lunrm JUI n," "KLUCX noWO," ad umt i.n," "T BAPTT am," "oan wokann srnKait," M 4MB HOUOX," WTC., KTT. K ritnra4.mcanttacto Act of Conrmi, Inthr year Item, by Mm. A J. Uunlwur, In the office of the l.tbrartaaofCirairreuat Waahlnttoo Clty.l CHAPTER XXV. Grace met 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. — 13 March 1879

.MARCH IS, 1879. LITTLE MEANING -LESS RELE- VANOT. Tlie Hillehoro Independent, iu Its Issue nf March 6, attempts a review of an ed itorial published several weeks since Iu this journal upon the dentil penally, am, ti is scarcely ueceeeary to add, fails either to correctly Mate our position or discuss Jh an intelligent manner the question from its own stand-point. It speaks of our "plea to the governor to turu Brown "-and Johnson loose on society by a com mutation of their sentence." We have made no plea to the governor in this case, nor have wa ever intimated in the most indirect manner a wish to have any "criminal" turned loose upon society. Meu are In sole charge of the prisons of the btale (and almost the sole inmates thereof) and if "commutation means es cape and pardon," it surely Is the fault of those In authority. What a hurst of mental light must have preceded the declaration that "courts In passing sen tence oooeider what Is the law, Dot what It might be." He should have a ...

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 March 1879

itlSCELLAOUa: MIS0ELI.AXE0US. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. THUR8DAY MARCH 18, 1S7. HOME HEWS. Belrn Oregon Minis weekly 235 1 ee.il or fat cattle to the market iu Mils oily. Owitir to Ibe aunerior finlHli ami leoee of work, A belt (anN pre-ernlneul a pnotograpner. Ulve 1)1 m a call. Tbe fruit drying eeUblfeliroent being built by Crruw Buck hi it u, of EaM. I'ort- imhi. wu niown down by tie tteree uiutl on Friday night. A balance of $146,000 io Uxes Is to be collected by Sheriff Xordeii before tile first of April. He has eolleeled tine laM October SM.OOO. The elegant eiet.mt.liit, 'Siae of Cal Iforoia" ealled on the Ittth of JJareli for Ihte city. Sbe will certainly be tlie llneat weeeel on tbe eoe.t trade. A floe brick edifice is to be built at tbe corner of B and Front streets till m on. Also one at the corner of Stark and First, to extern through to Secoiwl. The wind-storm lat Friday raoniiug exceeded in violeoce anything wlileli the "oldeM inhabitant" wot of. At 6...

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 March 1879

jge fax Uortest. THUB6DAV MARCH IS, 1S79. THE BITEK i t. :I TIME. Ob! a wonderful sir, .,111 Is the river Tnoe, AS runs turousn m- realm 01 tears. ;lxy.riac As It blends Willi lue ocean H year. HMie winter are drifting like flakol enow. And l he summer like buds between. And the years in the sheaf sotbeycomeandso Us the mer's breast, with ebb and flow. As il slides In the, shadow awl sheen. Tnerc'i- a magical leap tbe river Time, . Where the niajastd Mrs are playing; There a cloudless ki and a tropteal eUms, And a win as wee. as a, vesper chime. And the Jpoas wttaNMMMarestajrlB?. Te name of njs late la tke Long Ago" And we hgyysair lies ams there; were are impwHMi ana DosiimSfW straw. Tney are swaps of dost, bat we them There are There are fragments of song that nobssty stags. And a pane an tant prayer: There a lot nnswapt, Md a harp wn-oat There sr-e broken ion and nieces of ruses. And the lovtar. There are bands tnatare waved when tbe lair By the mtrnan U luted to air. And we an w...

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 March 1879

- y if y ' V4 j MM. A. J. WaiWAV, MtNH- m rfrk A Journal tor the People. ' lievoted to the inleietsr HtHttaultr Independent In Totllls and RSrMHM. " Alive to all lAn lasses, and. TMiimaghly ofkice-oq. Plant Wniiwni TERMS, IX ADVANCE : Oa year ft 08 Six noatb... 1 n TUfw month . 1 ug or Ibajlaiar. Fuse Speech, Fkeb I'mes, Kbee I'eui-i.f- CarretpomteiilA writing- mrMCHl tare must make known Uielr .nante t,Uie Editor, or no titration will be (lctt U their mnmnntattloDs. ADVKKTTOKMENTrf Inaarlaa on fUauoaa- ble Terms. POKTLAJTD, OREGON, TIITJKSDVY, MARCH GO, 18TO. NU3IBEK ti-T. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; Mate Vara af Uffcaj aa . Br Mas. A, J. DOKlffAT. ai tbok or "rearm aXBVasauaai mvd," "AHia MB MUST UI," "TMl HATTY HOBS," I KiiKrwa.aeeordlacto Actof Oooci .In U,r yer 117. Uj Hn.Ali DaaJwsy, taUMaflWof uie I.HirarlanoTOonicraaaat WMtUOCIon City. CHAPTER XXVI. But, outwardly calm as Grace was when iu the itreeenee of the esmeiy matron at the orphanage, her ooiujhw are utterly forsook her whe...

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 March 1879

-MARCH 20, 1S79. SENSIBLE. Judge Morrison, in giving bis opinion previous to issuing a writ requiring tbe trustees of tbe Hastings law school to admit women as students, said: There are, perhaps, many things connected with cases which would dirgest a woman, bat tbe court has liolhlnr. to do with that. It t u QVienl for tbe court that the lecMAHtre nu thorizes women lo practice law. That act wm pending In the legislature at the time when tbe act to establish the Hasting (Jot lege of I -aw wan alao 1 tending. It Is not lor this court to Inquire into tbe poller of tueh legislation. At the session of Congress Just cloved, a law wan pafcfd authorising women U practice law. and the telegraph Inform u that Mrs. Lock- wood has been admitted to the Untied state Supreme fault. The new Slate cohsIIIhIIou wblrh la to be submitted to tbe people for rati- Deation, contains a clause that no person on account of sex shall be disqualified from enter ing any profession or occupation. The pre! dent of...

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. — 20 March 1879

. .... . . -t V THURSDAY. -MARCH 30, 18711. HOKEMEW8. . s ir accounts w vvawsisaipan, u. J, The .Treves of Johnson ....i u. Jobo A. 3eek, th p .pular Front ntreet Jeweler, make, repair! nK fin wetcbe a Mia Tuthill, the popular el.icutionUt gave recitation at the Presbyterian aodable on Wednesday eveuiue. Owine to the sunerior finish leaee of work, A hell mu1h pre-t mlueot - ifuowgnpner. uive him s call. Aybarraia In eeentui hand seuim; ma XZ, sjuerra Mi. iw front street. races, irom o to $15 m n klMto WHIUHS, Lewiaton A Fn-ttnui ,.f i. u..., n wiw iSH" W fornlalt the elly prieotiera " "wmui ai niieeti cents each lor the period or ooe year. Ilia Emily Sbattuck. teacher of Ian. gnagea iu the High School, h been tor aenooeiy m. We hope to nuuKw uer eariy recovery. Toe .teenier "Aoeoo" is to rename her tnpe Del wee d tbla elty and San I'ran- cwoo. iea vi ok trie latter port on Toearlu y, toe stn met. Fare will doubtlees be extremely low. iw nun m unver Uannn were interred la Lone Fir Ce...

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. — 20 March 1879

C ST' Hvt9't' 1 funeral crlfti Oungrewmeu were abte - - " -r5.--i to have basket wlue ami tfeailjoiiirs rHT7B8DAY MARCH ISTS-Icf 'trbHkjr s"t to tMr lodgings. The jam i ' ' ' t of Pallmmn cr accommodations for - BY CLll: 1 I. Tl MEI. I always ttslnk of bcr iu this way, Jost as slat looked on that sunny day, Mboaldersl-ep In butter-cup bed, sacking Honey from clover red. I stood in the shade or a gnarled old tree. And net r a sunbeam Ml me; Bnt the waves kept brcn&Hn atoac lbs beach -The honeyed bin n ware ahtajf teach. "Oat or rekch." sang Cfc wavWbelos; -Onto! raeh"-tt Wa-afcya so. My fcet . the bloofcun jaiw navar act: Aroaixl them only MoT iijjn IM "Ontoi reach," sing I "Gather t.e ran tuey "Oatlicr the I And 'tis now aait I stand in the shadow nyaa shore: She stands b Om ttaHgW Wld aad bright. And never 1 .MTtlU'S Bit BEES. - pr sawn. My learned, reaaaaUtUa brothers. My mind la oedu sorely Taxed, And lamta daacaror being Mnat ijartnnaly perplexed. Pas dueWndty shrtoklngaad m...

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. — 27 March 1879

MK. A. J. MUitWAT, HMer &Bd rroprleter A Joarual ibr th&Peopte. Ievod to tbe laterals of Humanity. . Independent In Polities and Religion. Alive to all IJve Issues, 'ami Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Ei posing the Wrongs of the Mttsses. '7 Orepofldenta writing over Issupied 'gn tore mast make inown their nanies' tp ffite Editor, or no attention wilt be jrlven: Ihelr communication!!. oKFlCE-Coe. Katun M'AMuauTuN Srmvcn TKR4I8, IX ADVANCE : "ap year- JIM : ZTT 7s . x months Tnree monlba Mil Fkee Speech, Free lRSew(KKr Ptopi.E. tDVEKTUEMJUITd inserted oa Rmuoh Trim. VOLU5IE VIII. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH S7, 1879. FACT, FATE AND. FANCY; More Wf f Uttn: Iban lino. ; ii Br Mas. A. J. mWIWAY. A THOR OF "JCBTTK UtD," "BU.RK bovn,' "aims an in,' Tmf. maity HOME," "OXB WOMAWglfHIIR," ktc., ne.i mpo. ' Knur-d,nMillBtf AetCoais Iqtbe v- - W7. by Xn.i.1. mwjr, la tbeaflteae CHAPTER XXVI. But A Ion to Snowden was do where to be found. It It was all in vain that dil igent se...

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. — 27 March 1879

4 1S79. LET JUSTICE AMD DEOENOY PEE- VAIL. Tbe reporter for the Associated Press, at Wathiogtou, D. C, presuming upon the prurient taste nl the Pacific coast public, uuder date of the 2Itli inst., tends for their delectation another dis gusting installment of the Cameron Oliver scandal. We now have the testi mony of Dr. George Gould, principal of ayoungJadies' Eemlnary atMitlersville, Ky., that his uncle, Thomas Oliver, who la now a teacher la the tame school, was never married to tlio plaintiff, Mrs. Olinor, hut lived with her unlawfully for a long series of years. This Ifl of course expected to dislrny the plaintiffa character, and thus render her testimony of little force, wnlle the complicity of Thomas in .the whole matter and his sworn statement of the name neither Injures his owu testimony nor disqualifies him In any sense as a teaouer of young girls. Now while we have no sympathy with Mrs. Oliver, or any other woman who will defy the laws of morality as she la charged with-ha...

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