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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 27 March 1879

...-MAJICH 27, 1ST. HOMEKEWE. Hon. Geo. 12. (V!. wKiuui.iUr r ti.i, city, returns from a brief trip east by tlie The "tlJer" LriHigM In thin r.ort one mH ww HvimreM aud itve too of asaorUd iw.cuaoiie. CUWrf Messes Bad ton staff vi4tl tliiJ auu wet uriiMHi-ierctl tar llieir cweru mil al Flatten a KotHTta. nM by paaaeiMCors who leave thin on in "wiue West" ou Monday, win to the tu1rwrlAriini4.il .ml leuce ol work, Abell stamk pre-eralueut puMojeramr. Uive Iiltu u IHi.. tf.l.. - 'mmen 01 jaeKwnvllle are wiog fer tlie eominutnUiiti of Ie HUb, mw awHttJiiK execution lu tills Tb tMWantian al I li. f'- - i - - ...... wBicgiiiiiinni vatarett on Sunday forenoon for tiieSen ; Friend Society, amounted to fmi mi. A bargain in weond-hand sowing ma- ,VT!"OT obmw at 1-W Front street. rrtew, irom 5 to $15. aud all kiwis warranted. The "Great Republic" went to sea on uweit laden with one thousand five nanareti torn ami drawing seventeen ami one-pan ieet oi water. 1-lve buuko and strap game sharps na...

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 March 1879

THURSDAY. MARCH 27, 1ST9. OVBK THE BAX1STI1KN. BV ELLA WHEELER. Over the banisters bends fee Daringly sweet aod beguiling; Homebody stand In careless grace And watchss the picture, smiling. The light burn dim In the hall below; Nobody see her standi;, ssvlng good -night again, soft and low. Half way up to lb lauding. Nobodv, only Uw area of brown. Tender and fall of meMteg. That smile on toe fairest fees m town, over the banisters leaning. Tired and sleepyywHh drooping head, I wonder wby she lingers. And when all tbe Bood-Bigbts are aald ! Way, somebody IHlds bar Angers Holds ber finger and draws her down, HoaVlanly am wing bolder. Till bar loose balr drops In masses brown, like a mantle, over tih shoulder. Ovctbe banisters soft bands fair Braea hi cheek like a feather: Brtebt brawn tresses and dusky hair Moat and mtcgle together. ThercMa question nkeU there's a swill rareas Hbe baa torn like a biid from the hull way Jlii, 1m, tiui ftiAntafeni Hmns u Yes" That shall brighten the wor...

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. — 3 April 1879

She ikfe ikrtiiisesi lit -A HIM. A. J. BISIKaV, Editor asl A Jotjru.il lor the People. Devoted to i ! I n l , rests at HauuusMy. Bidepenitolit m Polities and BeHgiea. Alive to all Live issues, and Thorourlily Badleal In Opposing sad bswatagtbe Wrong s OFrtKJE Cob. Faosrr W ASIIIM.I.iK aTUKKTH TERMS, IX ADVANCE : ortheXasses. - M Mr rifMfl- fTfra fMllMT One vear Si v llliiutu-i . .. I'lire.. m jutti . WKRTWEMESTi Inserted on bl lYrmv FitlT CATC Akin CM v ' j i n i u nil u t, OK, Marc Waj of Urine than By Ms- A. J. IltTNI WAT. K 'JTTDCTH HMD." "ILIM BOWL. ilM as HpsstY lee," "qrh BAPrv ." "OHg SHf 3& SVJ po," ' "itiVCK jfOJUWrls," WTC-, KTC."KTC HMmM, acoardlajt to Act of CoafraM, i n I lie v.KWCf7t, y Mm. A. J. Dnniway, In IhfOllWof ' It librarian orCongres at Washington City.' CHArTEK XXVII. Mrs. Snowden received the news of he? sou's sudden death with a feeling of chastened resignation. But the Chris tian's hope th&t' banyed her up u in strange contrast with the dire despai...

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. — 3 April 1879

THURSDAY APRIL 8, IS79. SUOCESS MOT DEPBITDEHT TJP0H SEX. 'Jo the very nature of things, a woman cannot excel in professional life," we once heard a tlionglitful man remark, knitting his heavy browa ami meditating upon " Fiied fate, free will, foreknowledge absolute. Klndlof no end. In wand'rtac; mazes tost." "How do you reconcile that declaration with the fact that woman have achieved success in professional life?" we asked. "Then it is achieved at the expense of all that makes life to a woman worth having," was the rejoinder, the first proposition left to fall by Its own weight, wlille an equally visionary con elusion supplanted it. As to what makes life worth having Itotli to men and women, we reflected (versous greatly differ. But men and women are near akin, and If opportunity to alleviate suffering as physicians, redress wrongs as lawyer?, comfort the soul weary as ministers, mould the public mind as educators, and seeurp In auy of these duties, Jiouor and affluence for themse...

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. — 3 April 1879

THURSDAY APRIL 8, 1878. HOME NEWS. Hot. Richard Williams and wife rv Inroed to their home in this city t.y the "Onaan." Total namlier .f arrest hy ti.e itv no- Hee last munil., i. Of tlw. 81 were uraoK maa disorderly. Tiler h Ueen rirly-tlirH- ansrtn the Baptist Church, iu (his city, ilur Utg tlte past three tnautlia. Henry Waters, convicted ,f adult- was aenteaeed t the penitentiary for "" vmr, vj jnuge nemuger, on Friday Owinr to the s.nrrior flnUh in.i.ui lenee of work, A bell stands pre-emim'tit .. photographer. Gire him a can. - i too latest imported novelties of rreocn millinery sonde ami ldis afU at the White House, 19 Fir A bargain in aecoud-hand aewing roa etiioea in offered at 149 Front atreet. Prices, from $5 to $15, and ail Mod warranted. , T,'e "mer "Oregon" will sail heoce for San Francisco on Sunday morning, at 5 o'clock, and the "Great JlonnUie" - on Monday morning at mm hour. Lad lea can have their own hair made ap io a reliable manner, e.hn faded lilr colored equal...

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. — 3 April 1879

Jut THl'ltsDAY APRIL S, 1879. THE TM 0 tM. r Ls. 'At otic time l'vrl' ami Lout-fellow wj aefgfal.ors. mid th lormer lost hi. wile an the mm i- ii It'll I that the latter had a child Ixiru 1 tifari. speakiug 01 tUe ctciit, Loui.feilo Ixau Rll sas:J Tiro angels ne of IJfe .ui'l one ol lieath pa.Ked oerourillagea the morning broke; Tl dawn was 00 their la.-e.. ami beneath. The mjjiiIjw bcared with plumes of llK'lr tllladr ud aspect were the same. Alike liietr fealuro.sod thetrrobesei white; Hal op in orewned wUh uuuuntli, an wub name. And one with asphodels, '.Ike'flakes 01 light. I m them mw on their celestial way; 1 hen said I, witli deep fear and doubt op pressed: " Beat not ao loud, my heart, lest thoa betray The place nisei e. thy beloved are at reetf" And he who wore the etowa at asphodels. "-iwiHiinK.K ray ooor aegan in kbck. And my mm 11 asms wiuiin In well The waters (ink shock. before the earthquake's 1 recognized the nameless wooy, The terror and the tremor and Ui path Thai ...

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. — 10 April 1879

te. i. J. MX1WAT, MMr aa riepHeier A Journal tor tna Ftople. iwwied to the Inuiewts or Humanity. Independent In Politics and Hellgion. Alive to all Live. Israes, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Ks posing the Wrongs of Ike Xuw. OFTICE -f,)K. Fbost 4 Washington I TEEMS, IS ADVANCE : Oa year $ 1 75 im NX uonth. Concspondents writing overaesasied signa tures nmu make known Ibelr names to the Kditor, or no attention will be glrmi to their communications. ADVBKTI.-SK MEXTS iuserud oo fc-asooa- VOI02.I32 VIII. TOTiTIVIVr, OREGON, TIITJKSD.VA-, APRIL lO, 1870. IVTJ3I23E3R. 30. - Kbee Spedcu, Fkee Press, Fbke IWI.E. -- ------ : 1 1 3 ! i i i FACT, FATE AND FANCY; Xtre H aft ttf Uvfcnj lba line. , TMv A. J. DUXIWAY. aurmoa or "jcdfth beid," "ellkk doth,1 MABJT ASS BKIfRY LEE, "THE DAPPY V"M WOMAH'HHPHMr.," "JUMI MOEBIHOX." KKLfBTCi ETC. OBpHM4.aeaonaEage Act of Congress, I the roar UK, or Mm. A. i. IXiuiwajr, in UmoOw of we UMariaaof Cuuereu at Washington OMjr.) CHAPTER XXVIII. Grace, ...

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. — 10 April 1879

THURSDAY. Al'RIL 10, 1S79. GEADUAL BUT EADIOAL CHANGES. Though In the main it is exceedingly tedious to wait the slow evolutions of change in public sentiment, It Is patent to tbe careful observer that this very townees is often essential to the safety of the nation. Suppose that the Con gress of loyal, patriotic and auxloue men who fifteen years ago assembled In Washington, could have looked lorward to the session of that august body Id 1879? Not only the members of Congress in 1564, but their entire constituency would have started up alarmed at the hhjwI of the present roll-call. The slow progress of events, however, makes the country look on with unconcern while seats In tbe House of Representatives are filled with rebel brigadiers, and ex Confederate soldiers s warm the places of public trust. The Chloago Inter-Oeean truly says that sacl) a sight would have led the people of that period to have Mipposed tbeConfedemleoause triumph ant, and that the rebel army had surely captured ...

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. — 10 April 1879

ChC it1 $t&ttk&?ti ' ' 'e vy i. THURSDAY- APRLL 10, 1878. HOMEJfEWS. Grand Kytinge matinee on Saturday afternoon. "Kaet Lynn." The ladies of the Uoltarian Church MMtetnplale giving a Dickens parly on tuelSUi I nut. 1 J Ex-Senator Mitebell will shortly re Mini to Iuh home in thin city a ml resume the practice of law. FleiPcfaner, Mayer A Co. have their manuiJicent Mock of pring wmii now opened for iuapectiou by the trade. Chief Motes aod party arrived at Omaha on Sunday and eonUuoetl their journey to Washington on Monday. "Good Friday" April 11; Barter San day April 13. Laoteo teaaon over; dev otees are caruivoroHhHlHialtfoaou more. Owing to tlMtsnperioffinMi and eseel-leuee-m work, A bell aUutd pre-eminent photographer. Give hint a ealt. A season of life acd animation has been inaugurated on the Lower Cuinm Ma, by the spreading of the riaberweo'n nets. A bargain ia eeeand-hand aewiug tna ehintt ie offered at 149 Front street. J'rieea, from $5 to $15, aud all kiwis warranted....

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 April 1879

THURSDAY-... .APBII- 10, 1679. SMILI.MJ. BY KABJUET UATHAWAV. Smiling, dear bwJMw " With a. heart so eT Doe ii test one. tell m. ,oVr To be moping dreary Iler Ihe bird. frw o e mid To their blrdlius ''' IV. they never "arand 5 When ihe rain 1 falling Flower. Ilfl ihelr pretty bods In the gloomy weather, ,,iding In each other tace ' t hcerlly together. Smile we may smile we can. Though t heart were weary, j! will rest I know 1 1, irlla( striving to be cheery. Till: GAME OP LIFE. BY KAK KHAYVAN. A PERSIAN POST OP THE TWELFTH CKNTCKT. Kiraiiarp. Is it noi-thntof lb m Triads who Before us pass'd tile doors ot darkness tiiroaph. Not one returns to leil oa of me ma, Which to dlicorer we must travel too r Tbe revelations of devout and learn'd, Who rose before n- and as nroobets burn'd Are all but stortea which, awoke bom deep. They told their fellows and to sleep reusrn'a. I ent my soul th roach tbe Invisible. Some visions oi tbat after-life to spell : And by-and-by my mm! returned t me An...

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 April 1879

iC-'" .- - MB. A. 4. mi.YY, Edgier and Prorh. A Journal for the reopta. lroleil to Die Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics anU'lEeHgloa. '; Alive u alt Live lames, and Ttooresgbtr OmCB-CoR Fnojrr Vi'AaHisi.TON frmcicrs Itadleal In Opposing and Exposing the WMag; TERMS, IK AOVAKCE : of the Maie. f -I : J -4" 1 if fUx i Throe months.. tiss .. 1 1 AHV MU'iaum XTs Invited on Kaona- FACT, FATE AND FANCY; OR, Mate Wars f Urtac thai aw. BtMbs. A.J. DCNIWAY. act Hot er "igm niD," "rnvvwa now n, "awia awn nmr ke," "tub happv O," "0 WOKAXUgrHKKK." "Ansa mosjusok," I KTC IFltni1,f ooir1li,to Aatof Oomreiiii.ln th ye-risa, by Mra. A.X. Dlwy, tn theofltoc of the UbrmrlaaofOongre al Waablacton City. Krbk SrBccn, Kbrb Paaws, Kbbe 1'bopi.f. CHAPTEB XXIX. Lillian b risked in nervous fright, Hod Qnm m in a son dilemma. But her womuV wit eaws quickly to bet id, and she did, upon the Imputes of Um moment, the very thine which earned ber to marvel Afterward at Iter ready tact and sudden intui...

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 April 1879

THURSDAY- APRIL 17, 1S7B. MAEITAL 1NHAEM0HIES. A correspondent writing upon the subject so all-Important to the hnppl ness of individuals aud the well-being of society, doses a rambling argument with these words: "Marriage per r or ly itself eoueldored ia not a bad in atitution. But people are very ignor ant iu this ai well as in many other im portant matters; hence the misery ami not infrequently the utter despair that atteuds the marriage relation." There i, perhaps, uo subject that has been ruore thoroughly discussed In the past quarter or a century than this all-lm portent one of marriage; and iielwlth standing all the time and thought that have been expended upon it, men aud women go on marrying and giving In marriage pretty much as they did cen turies ago, ere yet sages, divines and nullaeephers bad made such prodigious efforts to enlighten the masses. The correspondent alluded to asks us to give our viws upon the subject, but, In view of the foregoing, wc feel that the field ...

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 April 1879

4 THURSDAY. APRIL 17, 1S70. HOME EWS. State Circuit Com bs adjourned fori rm im 111. CbM Mom "WaahlBgtou. has arrived safely in IM KytlDaTe eDmnnnil al Xuu- Market Theater hasprei mi inuuten-e ncema Uiu. lar. Tb April term of (lt United Stales Vmrt opened on Monday with about intrty eases on the docket. Osrlnr to Ilia sutierfor Anls.li mui mkiI fence of work, A bell Haads jire-erDhietit m m puowgrapner. uico lilm a Mil. A bargain to eeooud-liHH! sewing raa- w nncrea mi hv 1'rwtit auet. races, from 95 to $15, am! nil ktmls wartime!. a nimu iiamtxi j ame l-iyuii was brought down from Tile Dalles on Sat retey by Sheriff Croteeu and plaeed iu Bane HsyiUB). OtHcer Hudson left this city for Olympic yesterday U urine; over the man Bernard ud Fairehild, charged wiui in nager murder. There were ao Betbel services In this port last Sunday, Chaplain Stubba bav in gone to labor among the "men of the ecu" in the Sound ports. An anti-Chineee meeting was held lu the plain on Suuday afternoon. Agit...

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 April 1879

..apbil it, isfra. THt'RSDAV. Ktcr ceot. It never did and never wBl put things In better fashion, Though rough the road and steep the bill. To fly Into a passion. And never yet did fume or fret Mend any broken bubble; Tin- direst evil bravely met Ik l.ut a conquered trouble. Our trials did we' only know Are ..n. m what we make taersi- v..! nmii-liillx into mountain crow .1 11 -i by the way we lake Utam. Wl keep his tenser osltaa4 ooot will find hti wlMia eaaeodt But Rage In weak a Jbani I m fcol , Wltb neither all glh nor laa&eu. And If a thing be hard to bear V hen nerve and braitt are steady. Let fiery passions rave and iaur. It finds us laaimed atraady. Who yields to anesr eosquered Ilea A captive none eaa pHy ; Who rulea bis sptia.):ieali rm Than he who taKes a etty. A hero be, though drama are mute, And no cay banners Haunted: He tread hie pat, toil under loot. And meeu the won undaunted. inn BABY. The hand that rocks tbe baby Is the band that rocks the world. But the man t...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 24 April 1879

JIKS. A. J. UUMffATrtdllor inl Proprietor 120 WflWf Stiff 8tfff" A Journal lor the IVopta. lTo4ed to tbe Interests Of Humanity. Independent in PoUtles and Religion. Alive to alt IJTe Issue, and Thorough ty Radical In Opposing and Expoaingtbe 'Wrongs or tbe Mum. 9mtoBdents'writiiig over aaanaied signa tures most mak tnnun tK.,1- ... . TERMS, IX ADVANCE : One tc . Ida Three noathu 1 7S 110 Free Speech, Free Tress, Free People. AVnCRTISEMEXTS tawited on Iteaaona- VOLTOUi VIII, rOTtTTVIVI), OKKGON, TIIUllSDAY, VXltXX. USm. FACT, FATE AND FANCY; Mere wap ef Urtss I ban One. Br Mo. A. J. DITSI WAY. ACTMOB or "JOMtK Mas," "BUBK Down," "AMIS AXB H8NKY I. HE," "THE HAPI'r WOMB," "una WOUAS-Sei'HBRK," "XJJB MOBKIKOX," KTC, mc.t KIC tBatatwd.aeeordlnr Act of ConcreM, la tlx- . VIM MM, by Mn. A.J. Itealwar, In IheoKW tvf Ulmriuo(OMKrmu Vhlo1n CHy.l CHAITKK XXX. John Anders had developed, during Ma Hve years of married life, from PMMwbat slooder stripling, into broad-shouldered, heavily-bearded,...

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 April 1879

THUBSDAY- APRIL 24, 1S78. BOYALWOHEN. 2at those who are born to titles, to ancestral estates, to the po nip and gaudy equipage of courts beyond the bluo At lantic, but those who faithfully perform their part Id life's great drama, without other recompense than that aflordeby perrormanee 01 unly these are the royal women of the past, the royal women oi me present. "The world," nays tannine a. Soule, "has been full r reyal women in the past, and their humble Rravws .-r worthy the white lilies with wU:"i lovo delights to ienke uieei. iae world Is full of tiiem.now Bweet, gentle women, whose names are all unknown save to the lit tie neighborhood wherein, they live." The loyal woman is she who. whili she neglects no home duty, has yet so targe a sout mat she can look bevond the threshold guarded by her love out into the great world beyond, with pity ing tenderness for the woes of others, wise counsel for the tempted, gen erous forgiveness for the erring, charity and loving kindness for t...

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 April 1879

SIISCELLAXEOUS. JIISCELIiAXEOUS. MISCELLuEOUS. SUSCELLAOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW THIS WEEK. THURSDA.Y- ..APAIL 24, 1879. HOME MEWS. Tbe circuit court lia ailir'..rtie.l until jane. TIm tramxliiti "CahforuU" Hill sail ucoee lor Silka uu the 30th I net. Moaw haw lirooxht tb government to tcrow ana nan got itltj reeervullou. Yamhill xlrwt is to be improved by wwMHnmit, N meu being now employed tberenn. Owlnc to the Ulterior finish u.l v.i. leoee of work, AIkMI etatHt ire-Hiiineitt " Raiwtriamer. Ulve tiim a ean. fitedioa of oAfoere el I'.vm U. ...1 r.i I. 0. O. T.,on Monday evening, 0ie2Stli ioisu A full attendance of member Is 1 fired. The Portland WaterCompaiiy will re ceive one unnoreu ion or new tnalna frosw lbildelpbta y tiie sblp "b N. Thayer." A bargain in (nnnJ-haiHl fewlng nia fthlnes I offered at 149 Front street. Prices, from $5 to $15, and all kinds warranted. Tbe remains of the wife of Donald Mc Cleay have I teen placed in the splendid raauaoleu m erected for tltelr receptio...

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 April 1879

THUnSDAY- APRIL 24, 1870. FATE. by srsAS m. aexvtMxa. Two shall lie horn the whole wide world apart. AJnd speak In different tongues, and have nu thought Each on the other's being, and no heed. And these o'er unknown seas to unknown lands HhhII en.-, escaping wreck, defying death, Anil, all uuoonsctouslv. ahane even- act An. I bend each wandering step to this one end- That one day out of darkness they (ball meet, auu icw wc-m wwiiBK iu mcu oiuer-s eyes. And two (hall walk some narrow way ot life. So nearly aide by utile that, should one turn Ever solittle sntsee to left or HtMu They needs moat stand acknowledged face to And vet. with wlatfnl ih Hint With smfiing hmmn that never ehwn, atHlilns a" "so. I llatv-a-r laa wm-ln fln. al.a . tti w umv never iiear. bey seek each other all their weary days, nddte unsatisfied; and thia U Fate. Ad tllED IX HIE iiAi:.nss. irhe Massachusetts society for the nrel-en Uoe of cruelty to animals celebrated tlielr eleventh anniversary at Tremont Temple...

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. — 1 May 1879

Trt MIB. Jl. J. DrsiffAY, Editor ind Proprietor OFHCB-Oea. PBOiTiVASHI.-nTexTKKKTS TKRMS, IX .ADVANCE : A Journal Iter the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Itellgkm. Alive to alt Live lessee, and Too rough I ' Radtoe.1 In Opposing and Expostnsthe Wrong I of the Maseee. One jemr Six nonilw Tkee MUil. 1 1 (. Free fipitrxn, Free Inkers, Free Peopi.e Correspondent writing over assazned sigu. lures must make known I heir names to tli KdltAT, or no altenUoa will be given to thfi. ontmnuulcaUonn. ADVKRTISEMKWTS lnrtl on rteawma M Terms. VOLUME VIII. poirx"jo.,jvr, oregon, '.niTXRsrA.-y-, aiA.-sr i, lero. NUMBER. :tll. S! s . ra mi mi 1 W WW1 FACT, FATE. AND FANCY; OR, More rj or LIvloc thin Unr. Br Mm. A.J. RUNWAY. ABTMOK W "JDMTR Xflt," "BtLlai UOWU," "AIASB HBNBV kBE," "THE UAFfY HOMB,"SE WOMAN'S WHERK," "XABSB XMRHtoM STCRTCt KTC KnUT(Kl,eoniick Act urCongfe, In tlio few im, bjr Mm A.J. nanlwuy. In UieafficeoT tfevMbreHanoraongrewstWaiiMngten Cil...

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. — 1 May 1879

F .MAY 1, 1$70. M'ECIAI. XOTICE. All business letters pertaining to the New vbthwet. and all money due thin office on .ursriptioswer otherwise, must be directed to Dl'MIWAY rCBLlAHI.ve COMPANT. SALUTATOfiY. The New Nokthwest is to-iluy and will be hereafter issued liy tbe Dutiiway Publishing Company. The present man agement will change none of thedistlu guishfng characteristics of the journal. but will endeavor to add some new fea tures of Interest in a short time, aniong inem, being a resume of social events ami theatrical, musical and literary re views. We shall strive to deserve the good will of the community by giving our support to all advanced Ideas. We shall advocate, with unabated vigor, Woman Suffrage, believing Implicitly In Us, .absolute right. We shall give oareul and respectful consideration to all doetrines tending to elevate or im prove uie condition or any class or either sex. We ask only that this jour nal shall receive support commensurate with the fearlessuoss and...

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