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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 June 1879

THURSDAY. JUNE 10, 1879. H0MEKEW8. Reroetijt, Hie Russian violinist, now in San Fntncleeo, will probably visit PorU&ntl. The Oregou Statu Medieal Society of i r .-ivy uwwnpiHi me metric system -..eight and measures. -elective ncuoy, who bad a tumor remoTed frog one side of his face about a montn ago, 18 able to be on tbe street. Owioctotho superior finish and excel- leoeeof work, Abeil stands pre-eminent as a photographer. Give him a call. A ymg roan named Richard Hojg mmaamstHi In this city last Sun day, by mntsjat of theSheriffof Sonoma LaaMj', UL, on a charge of arson. Tfc afaalacr exercises of the Hluti Bafcaol will be held next Monday evec iBCt urf the Associate Alumni will Rive HMU olertalnment the following night. Tbe National Employment Bureau Is at tbe cottage, 107 Morrison street, op posite tbe poet offle. Mrs. Kill Jonrs mtperlnteuds tbe ladies' department. J. Bet oil Jones, manager. Tbe time of leaving Portland for the esearsteo to Puget Sound Is fixed for IHf an. to...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 June 1879

THURSDAY.. -JUNE 18, 1879. He-published by request. U0CK er AGES. "Bock Of Ages, Cleft' lor me," ' TtioagfcUaail the ntaidwi sang; Fell th wsajde nasxHiscloosiy Ktvja Imt jprllsb. glacial tongue; Sunga. UtOe chUdren sing. FeU-Oetfatdi like light Imtci on Oil taw entrant of tbetwne; - iioek f i(H eisft tor mm. Let tie 1iio myself In TMe.' "Let nie hid .myself In Thee." Kelt hlTWUmDnd to hide! Srm tbe song w aosst could tie. And Ae tboagbt or naught beside; All aw word unlteedtngly Fell Dm lips Hnionebed br care. Dreaming M that eaeb mlgta br On some otiser Hps a praje- "Kwk of AfM, eteft lor me, 1 Let me hide myself in Thee." ' Itork of Are, cleft lor me," Twm a wiaut tbai sane tbein bow;' Roge the song as storm-tossed bird' Beau with weary wing tbe air, Kvery note wfih sorrow stirred, Kvery syllable a prayer "Hock of Ages, cleft for me. Let me bide myself In Thee." "Hoak of Ages, elefl for roe." Lraa gmtra aged rm the byma Trustingly and tenderly. Voice crown weak and eyes grown dl....

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 June 1879

J j - BIX1HAT rUBLUHlSfi CBMriSr, rresrWsnu OFTIOK-Cor. FbomtA Washimtiok Stobxis A Jonrn.il for the People. hevoted to the Interests or Humanity. Imlcpeodent la Polities and Religion. Alive to alt Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radleal In Opposing ami Exposing the Wronss or the Mosses. f II I H II , I ... TKIisft IN ADVANCK s Of year Sit uoutl.s .. i as l-y iiunnw nmiq; OVSraSMCBWl SlgUX ore. mast make known their name, to tlie Editor, or no altenikra wH be ulven to llieh eotniBHBleaUnni MJVKRll8KME!re Inserted on Betuonn b "Term. voxtnuE vxrc. POTiTIVlVr) , OREGON, aCIITJI?SXVY, .TXJIVE , 1870. NTJaVEBEH -11. - . Kbei Si-keck, Fhek Press, Fiiar People. I ELINOR NORTON. B MA BY 8RAKK SMITH. CHAlTTtR XIII. NYheu Frank left the house that even i k aftr the iotervlew wlili his mother. li neither thought nor aired where he going ; be Only sought to relieve hie excited, buHeinoJ mind by vigorous !' -iual exercise, uocoos?iously taking n of the (m4 possible weans to caltn ti elf by obeying ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 June 1879

gijc Sens JJetf l)$esi THURSDAY. -JUNE 20, IS70. SPECIAL XOTICE. We will send otst, during tbe present month. Mils to delinquent in every naar- ur. Tbe chant of firm necessitates an Im mediate settlement oi the same. All bus) nm letters perUlnlng to tbe New Noktii wkst, and all money due tills office on sub- MirtptkMWortAlierwlse.mnst be directed to DOKIW&Y POHLISHINO COMPANY. THE PRESIDENTIAL OUTLOOK. Now that the Presidential kettli. la simmering again, preparatory to reach ing the boiling point In less than a year hence, It is well for the interested and observing Independent journalist to sweep bis glass over the national field and note the active effervescence already In operation. The first self-sacrificing aspirants to cross the field of vision are Tilden and Hendricks, who appear like half-spent bubbles on tbe top of tbe simmering porridge pot, and, although it is an old political maxim that the earliest candidates are never successful, both of these party-honored Democr...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 June 1879

THURSDAY JTJXB 26, 1870. H03SEJEWB. Wool is arriving In Immense quant! CautalH p. B. Johnson, of the Walla wsiw union, is in the uly. A Wg irarnber of excursionists left lor raM8mml en Tuesday morning, TU Owl)' axeurslon to Oregon City to-morrow will leave at 9:80 o'cliick A. M. Miss) Ella Sabln, Prinoipal of the North 8ebeol, graduated her entire "A1 claw to Ibe High School. The eonstruotlon of J. K. fjill' new resiJenoa In tile western portion of the city baa bee commenced. Joseph liter's trotting horse, Mug (riu, which died a few days ago, was iouuu w nave oeen poieoneu. Yamhill street, from Fourth to Thlr uoth, and Morrison, from Sixth" to lwuta, will be macadamized. Grsad Lodge Ancient Order United worm is In session at their nail, coraar First and Taylor streets. The Tw pslohorean Club of this city win kit a moonlight excursion 10 van couvcr Thursday evening, July 3d. Owlor to the superior fiuish and excel lance ot work, A bell stands pre-eminent as a photoirnmtier. Ulve Dim a...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 June 1879

jjjcw $e ripest. THl'RSDAY- .JOKE 20, 1870. SEEDTIME ANU HARVEST. - .vrfse the seed In lhMlllm, srnJers sad furrows wive. Ing, and reaping, and sowteg, J hTOOfeorbuiy lives; ring, and wml Is tbe harvest? -. erfmtbeed of the thistle 'III aught bat tbe tblMtegron-. Therefore tbe Wisest ton chooses trJsaeed with care, That, wiintM vrheatlnitbe harvest, ife never iWl reap Hi o tore. ABdwWtfM all remain bar, Wb-tever each day we sow. , We sball reap Id tbe coming Mknvat Tbe fruit, be It Joy or woe. Then from tbe store-boase ample Let us cautiously cull tbe need, Ketalsdac the grains must nreetea, Rejecting tbe worthless weed. We aball aow the need vjt kindness Itroadcasl a we Joarney-horae, And with patience awaiting tbe harvest We know will surely come. On Uie mellow heart of childhood We- must sow, wjtk especial xare. For all Ike eeanii of emir - Will a rrullfrii harvest bear; The plants llrat and flnneat rooted Wl fashion the lira, we know; Then prayerfully ask for guidance To caeote ...

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 July 1879

TvS -O il y J w- t' MiXIWJLY FIBLUHLVG COMm'T, Proprietors. tkiouBCVor tbaresjple Dnted&&tJsScro1tg of Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly OKFICR Oo. Promt A Washington Stkkktb Radical in Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs of the Mosses. TERMS, IS ADVANCE : One tea - 1 to ADVRKTI8EMKST8 Inserted on Romou- lIe Terms. ELINOR NORTON. Hr M.VKY HJtANK SMITH. CHAPTER XIX. It wB Willi a grateful heart that Eli- nor retHtfcl to rest ttiat first titgbt, and, If It bad not beeu for the thought of her lover's utihapplnese, alio would huvefslt thankful for the turn of eveuls which had thus brought ber to friends who oould understand ber feelings and sym palhize with ber In ber desire to become useful and Independent. But she oould not soon sleep, for ber mind bad been too much excited by tbe sudden chauge In ber affairs. When sbe at length became unconscious, she knew no more till late tbe next morn ing, when, awaking with u bewildered ...

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 July 1879

.JULY 3, 1879. SPECIAL NOTICE. Tve will send oat. during the present month. Mil to delinquents In every quar ler. The change of firm necessitates an Im mediate settlement ol the same. All basi nets letters pertaining to the New North west, and all money due this office on sub- sertpOoaa or otherwise, mast be directed to Dcsiwat PuBLisnrxo Company. "THK WOMEN WHO 17TT.T. V(TV. That the day has nearly dawned when Woman Suflrage will bo ushered in, is proven by the constant concessions that are being made to women. At first the more .independent ladies who claimed aooial and political equality with their fathers and brothers were regarded as lunatics or fanatics: nest they were eooffed at and scorned; then derided and rldlouled ; then slandered and misrepre sented aocused of being free-lovers, with all the baseness Imputed to them that the term implies. However, firm in the cause of right, they bore the calumny, sneers, persecutions, ridicule awl libels that have ever been the lot of 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. — 3 July 1879

-JULY 3, 1879. H0MEJTEW8. The prospect for nrio to-morrow is aoite good. Tlie California will sail for Sitka ami way ports on me am inat. The various banks of tbe city will close to-morrow and Saturday. Remenyi was serenaded at the St Charles Hotel on Monday evening. jolin T. Raymond may be Uie next atmctioo at jnbw jtiarKet.iii8a.ier. Sheriff N onion will swear In a large number or deputies rasjie irourtu. The cricketers wbo- are to play the Victoria eleven left yesterday for that city. Pure buttermilk cab be obtained of Mr. Stitzel, corner North First and B streets. Tbe visiting post ofllce ouloiala agreed that Portland la entitled to free postal delivery. The Idaho CIlv World eavs Portland Is the most rapidly growing oity on the 1'actnc UoasL Tbe steamer Lurllne and tbe barge Autocrat have been engaged for the printers' picnic. Prdbablv four orews will ooutest the double-scull rae to-morrow, to come oil along: tbe elty Trout. Tbe Open Temperance Association's mooali;bt excursion ...

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 July 1879

0A THUBSDAY.. .JULY 3, 1879. rptor the New Northwest DOOMED. BY THE HBOENT VISIT OF MOSES AND MIS CHIRPS TO WHrTLAXB. Flr WWlarBte! I know theo well; My boyhood days I've spent upon tby banks and breast. Thet fellow c&MlalM bow were playmate then. And oft som thy water mnc out merry Jeet Tvrn tboa that gave us bounteous store of gtlti4rfnh; And where yon spire whleb rears 1U head twaid heaven And meets th' etliereal bine now stands, Oar wigwam was; ear Tillage stood Beneatit the lolly pines, mWst foliage or am brageous hue. O, chiefs! the axe of hardy pioneer. Hwang by strong arm, bas dose Its work, and done It well ; The hUts lurew baek tba echo of their sturdy blows, And forests' monarebs, trembling, tott'ring, orafclng,fell; And In their plaoe a queen-like city stands, Hears ber proud lread.andgreetatberistngMin; Her thousands throng her streets luxurious people, bred To wealth, to ease, and all the world can give. My heart grows sick; my raee U doomed Is deadl l-ortland. Jun...

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 July 1879

-ri .. y.. . -I ... r r, r.'Wiaf-y lt'.1 aa.-ifer:-.s-at '-",-r:-.-.-?T---r. -- gljC lit Gd()1BC5t. ej mmhat rrnusnixfi roymr, Proprietor. A Jruri.a. for U People. ! U- l to "j ln'i . ot Hbiuju.''' . i-i Irpettiu m Had RrJK- a. Aihn u 1 I T and riori nijli'y Badlcallnoppo'.. Kxposuu . i 'V of the Massv. OFFlCE-COR.KKONTi'WABHINOION STKKBTS TERMS, IX ADVANCE : One year.. i GO I 59 - 1W Bix months Three months.. Km Srircn, Free rcw, Free People. rrimifiiiitiiUiiin ii muni imiij iwii.111111 tans unit make known tnenf mmin t :. BuHor.or neAttestlou wOfte gives tn :in n eeUBualeatlsos. AIVBRTlisKMFKTS Inserted on Rcasnna- PORTLAND, OREGON. TIIXJRS30AY. .HILT lO, 1V1- NU3IBEH -lii. ELINOR NORTON. ft MlM 8IIAKK SMITH. -II.VF9ER XV. "You will e4r think again tlmtl do :.t loTeyMfesaM. "N,;I nftM never tloulit you again. ForglVe e for my hasty w.irds, but I felts if I com ) net give you up," he muriuured. "Yu need Bi'tFrauk. . 7 do not feel i hat I aa Riving you up. It la hard, so hard, to 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. — 10 July 1879

i Wli lAHIt I- -M -rr- . , if THE BPEIHGEB EEIE8 tb.r s any other wrong existing HiUiV law :-- l n America tn-dav that U rrsater than -v Jf I. Y 10, 1879. the political disfranchisement and ' ! consequent wholesale legal robbery of u i. liKuLUi 8 JLHlXIi. lit Mrnlnn ii,. ikoitAiin. ' 1 - - u g MIO OT 1 1 ! Wl I VI uc h"uuuu.trtett ees to I lri ht wrong He, in the chimerical i 1 - " - lldea nuil II ii i ii f t Hint tWereJrfti Intrinsic, rti, persou! xlgb; inherent la the'WVa W toe Mwr-mpoi WllMl t Ue moral or social which 1 Is kind aie su' cornea a eorcenn w ho DJU! pall fcera'" fh A HOXE TOR INEBRIATES On of Portland's needs la a home for inebriate. ch an Institution can fee maintained at a medium expense, and will aaly eonpenaate ute oumy uy 4, iauiiBi-Har ' S Suted jOE. or the 2lb ult., after '? i sleepless night the re- truage premonition afterward for in a sail bereavement In a i, at eipeiwi i m ogeraUco W lie wosrhj re lease eiTnmrBM aud thereby place Wru.mayltriS wliere tn lia...

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 July 1879

3t THURSDAY... .JULY 10, ISTt. H0MBHEWE. The Daily Bee will soon have a new press. The State of California left Astoria this morning. Dr. Dillon insde shoot $400 clear ou tbe Puget Sound excuntioo. Ron. Heory Falling nd tlauglitero have sailed for Europe froru New York. Ueo. E. B. Babbitt, who was stricken with paralysis a short time since, Is bet ter. Several floe dwellings are belnj; built in diflartmt parts of the elty by prornl- . .1 . -e'la. t .. ui. Crabee, of Seattle, V. T., h -. i "-i-nger by the Oregon ou Tues ' .ty uiorinriK. Uoirf-rnor Thayer has pardoned two more coo lets, John Harpole awl Ed uardBetonfe. Owing to tbe saperior flnish and excel lence of work; Abel I stands pre-emiueut an a Dootoeraitner. utve mm a eill. The fourth annual meeting of the Onna Ktate Horaosnathle Medical So i-'ty m bekl In this oity during tbe week. The State fair win commence Wedoeadajr, Ooteber 1st. It will con tinue Until Thursday, the 9th, and pos- uUfWH rnaay. ' Tj- f-VsreetCtiureh lias ...

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 July 1879

. JUlA' 10, 1879. GOO HELP THE POOB. BY WILLIAM ANGUS JI'MIBRSON. (An old man and Ills little daughter about thirteen years old called at the residence of a .,iii- fanner In California recently and aaked for -work. The proprietor, supposing them to be tramp, and having plenty ol Chi nese help, turned them away. Next morning thsr were found dead on the raarsln of a small stream, the child's bead pillowed upon her dead fathers urease a ney uau evtuenuy tiled of mtirue and starvation. It was alterward as- Miruilneil that Ihev were from the Knat and bad been unable to And employments East ern paper, j "Wbat do I want ?" Work, If you please; I've traveled far and know these knees Hhake and tremble, but a little rest Will give me strength. I will do tny beet To earn for myself and darling here Bread and shelter curse the tear That comes unMdden when I shonkl be Firm as a rock In the storm-vexed sea. "Who Hi sbe V The child at my kle r My daughter, sir; I would have died Kather than bear 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. — 17 July 1879

1 J A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests or Humanity. Independent In Politics and Bellgton. Alive to all Live Issnea, and Thoroughly Radical la Opposing ,ind Exposing the Wrongs of the Ma One year six mm t h .. Three inntltllK Fas Sibch, Fhek Priw. Pkkk I'Korr.E. Correspondents writing over assumed signal tares mast make known then- names to the Kdttor, or no attention wil he rtiran ,n AliVKItTIsl-'.UKXT.s lns-rt ! on IVasona le Trm. VOLUJIE VIII. POTtTLVISD, OREGON, TIIUKSDAY, JULY 17, 1870. NTJ3IBER -l-l . communications. TERMS, IN ADVAKCE : N - I w I ELINOR NORTON. U M IIV SHANK SMITH. HAPTEIt XVII. Frnuk was in a fever of anxiety from the timi' tie mailed bin letter till he re- ei-ived tlie reply, which was an follows: Philadelphia, March a. 1K-. Mi Pkaekct Kkie!i: Your nole rparbsl in- ye-u-rday, and KUTff hoth pleasure and I'.tin. It I fiYeel to know that I ana reiuera- iM-rml.ltiii It jrlcv me to learn your uu-h.ip,im-H and discourage tut-nL. I am sin-(-rcl ut.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. — 17 July 1879

1 11 THURSDAY JULY 17, IS79. THE OUTLOOK IN 80UTHEBH ORE GON. From the tenor of oar Southern Ore- goo exchanges, it would seem that Mrs. Duniway and ber lectures are the prin cipal theme of thought and comment in the Rogue River Valley. The editor of the Jacksonville Sentinel devotes a col umn of his Issue of the 9th lost, to what would seem to those who are unac quainted with the lady's teachings to be a very fair and candid erlUeiem of her labors; but those who have read her writings and attended her lectures can not be made to believe that shebassud' denly changed ber tactics, and, from proving that woman's Influence is all potent for either good or evil, has gone to "asserting that ber sax is weak and powerless." Neither ean the thousands of women who have winced under the scathing power of her criticism of ber sex's shortcomings believe the Sentinel to be honest In its assertion that "it suits her to make the sterner sex shoulder all the sins of omission and commission." The Se...

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 July 1879

"2M 1 T THURSDAY. JULY 17, 1S78. HOMEXEWS. Printers' picnic next Saturday. Fourth street Is lieing improve. Steamer mail cloees to-uigut at 0 o'clock. Mine Nellie Ladd will arrive by the Oregon. Tbe Telegram is now the official or gan of tbe oity. Cellars need cleaning, now that the water ie receding. Senator Slater has arrived at his home In Eastern Oregon. The new boilers for the City of Salem are at 1's.elrVe doek. The Father Matltew T. A. 11. Society picnic was a aueeeee. Dr. Kllta, well known in this died on Tneedny afternoon. city, The retMiildiiif; of the steamer Ohio will be eoBtpteted next week. Several reaMeoU of Oregon City en- joyeu .Keweuyi's oonoerts by telephone, uaieweu, me Turner station mer chant, iti said to have gone to San Fran- eieeo. Morse, the pickpocket, has been held to answer before the Grand Jury in $500 0OUO3. Parsons, of Engine Company No. 3, won the lee pttober at Bast Portland last Sanday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bronaugh cele brated their silver wedding o...

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 July 1879

THURSDAY. JULY 17, 1S79. "BEMEMBEK VS." BY I CABSKSOK. O, lonely women! You who stand In shadow, clasping In your hand Nothing of all love blessed gift. I-wbose two arms can barely lift My bounty of what women prtie I veil my joy before your eye And pray for you, the penal re band. O, anxious women! You who toll rneompensned, with the moll Upon you of that weary aulle Which yields yon bat your barren life; 1 who have comfort, safety, rest. Love, home, con lent around me pressed I pray for you In labor's coll. O, loveless women ! You who wait In darkness, warring with your Me, Strlot of your bitter eoul'a desire. And scorched with some rebellious Are, Or left In sln-slek doubt to grope. Defying love and faith and hope I pray for yon, the desolate. O, happy women ! Each who ran Her course beneath the dally sans Of pure affection and delight Forget not those who live In night; lie thankful tor each shining day And bird and flower bat pray! oh, pray With me for all forsaken ones! The En...

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 July 1879

A Journal for the People. 1M voted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly IMMHAT Radical in Opposing and Bxposlng the Wrongs of the Masses. FlBUftHLW. HIXmT, I'reprltters. TPRue tv lnvivrac I c 1 I uw year . St taontbs .. . IVKTI-4EMENTS iimrrtwt on IU-jmh- bl Terms. ELINOR NORTON. lit MARY SHANE SMITH. CHAPTER XIX Mr. Frank Stoddard was taking lunch at a popular restaurant a few days after he received Kli hot's answer t his let ter, and, as lie sat aloue at a small table. several gentlemen took rests near bitu, but where they did not notice his pres enee. They had evidently been discuss ing some woman's ebaraeter, for one of them exclaimed, in a tone of incredulity, as anon as wailatw had terved Uhshi and gone : "Captain, I think there must be some mistake about it. I ean't believe she is that kind of a girl. I must wiy I never fcaw a more modest, ladylike young woman in my life, and I've seen a good many. I neve...

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 July 1879

i THURSDAY.... .JULY 24, 1S7D. MASSACHUSETTS VOTEBS. The voluminous reports of meetings of women voters iu Massachusetts show how eager are women for the suflrage, even though it Is restricted to school matters. The (act that the ladies apply constantly for registration disproves the assertion that they will not vote if they have a chanee. Thoy havo either al ready organized or are organizing throughout the entire State, and their proceedings are always marked by ear ne&tiiess. Boston proper has been di vlded Into districts, and the leading. Woman Suflraglsts will endeavor to have a full vote polled. Miss Frances E. WHIard recently lectured in Hyde Park on the new duty of women. She illustrated the fact that school suflrage prepared the way for succeeding step9. and urged that the right now secured should be regarded as a boon to be used with joy. Hyde Park Is the home of Angellua Grimfce Weld, who was the first woman to open her Hps for the slave, and who, in connection with he...

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