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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 28 August 1879

THURSDAY AUGUST 2S, 187. H0MEXEW8. Sheriff Nbnten lias returned fjmii tlie seaside. Tlie Iron hull of the new railroad ferry la about eotnilelel. Bishop Beott Grammar School will often September 21. Rerireaentative YVliiteaker utrived in tbe city lat eeuiuf. Mr. Claude Thayer, eon of Hi Gov ernor, In seriously III. Captain Oleeo, of Freenort, W. T., was in the city yesterday. Joaquin Miller has placed Maml In a Canadian eouvent school. The East Portland Vbtdiealor la now published hy MeGuIre &, Beard. Surveyors are laying nut plots in the new cemetery near the Red House. The work f laying Iron on the west side road was com nieucetl last Friday. Bishop Haven, win and daughter, sailed on tbe State of California yes terMay. To faclViate the shipment or grain, extra trains will shortly be put on the Kast side road. Theaunual falrof Washington county will commeuee September 22J and con tinue five days. Mr. Tbomes Pralher and wife, of Steilacom, are registered at the St. Charles Hotel...

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. — 28 August 1879

THURSDAY A.UGDST 23, 16V9. &13 HCSEA' AMI WIVES. BY MBS. JACOB XARTUi. "Wbatfs Tours is mine, laPanilriiUi-ow raj" And his poor wile thinks of her hopeless lite, A no mis on repentance's siooi. lie says "my money, xr bouse, MX fim." As II she bad not a claim; And accords ber nothing, from year to year. But toil, leproaches and blame. From "eight to ten hoars Men labor, Wlcs ofiener work sixteen; Men stuff their pay In their pocket. While oars are empty and lean. Though the work we do could net be hired Forless than a thousand a year. W- smv. when our shoes are given out. "i'li use give (? me some money, dear?4 We attend the rows and poultry. Ami make the tailler, too; We garden, and wash and iron the clothe. And scrub and base and stew; We tenderly nurse the siting, - And patiently teach the strong; We sweep and dust ami knit and sew We're busy the whole day long. And men could never Imagine Mow many bourn we; ve .spent In Mni telr ofcVcfiaMfivrr. ,, . And darning each frightful...

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. — 4 September 1879

. . - . -- - - - -. . . , .. '"'1 r; ' l J Free Speech, Fbks Pkess, Fans People. u. ' " T-"-ir f . UtSWAX rLCUMM.NG COMr.l.NT, Proprietor. A Journal for the reopte. Unvoted to Mm JnlcresU of Humanity. . Independent In l'oHtfas atHrKeUgfoti. Altve to all Ll IctMefi, and Thorousbly Uadleal In Opposing and BxpoalURthe Wrongs of the Maun. O i'FICK -Cor. Forr& W kWH ikotok Bmt,i TERMS, IK ADVANCK : One vear i 8i months Three monlUs.... . " n-"nf2 its Correspondents writing oTeracemned stfcuai tores man make known Wlelr names to tlie Editor, or no attention will be given to taeli eoounanleations. " TIIE HOME. AJJVKRTLSEIIENTs insetted on Ib-iuoaa-h la TkruiK. r OTtT JO A.IVD , OREGON, T IITJTJ S 1) AY , SEPTEJIBER -JL, 1879. I NTJrUEIt CI. .ELINOR NORTON. .. Ul MARY 8HA2RE SMITH. ft. - - CHAPTER XXVIL "' Hiuor Norton rose weary ami anxious next morning, after an almost sleepless night. She was Dot in the least super slitious, yet blie could not shake off a vague, heavy presentiment of...

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. — 4 September 1879

THURSDAY... -.SEPTEMBER 4, 1879. TO OUR, PATRONS. Ttae time Is near at band when many hundred annual subscriptions to the Skw Northwest will expire. For a twelvemonth you have received the pa per regularly. Its columns laden with instructive rending. We have eudeav- ored te return you value received for your investment. There la no other journal on the coast which so freely mid openly advocates Liberty for all, irre spective of class or sex. Alike through storm and sunshine, discouragement and hope, whether weary or refreshed, sad or joyful, we have never failed to hold aloft the banner of Equal Rights. We thank you for your past assistance, and respectfully solicit your favors in the future favors which we shall try harder than ever to deserve. We confi dently await your early remittances for Volume Nine. WOMAN AND SOCIETY. The Ideal wife and mother, of whom the average politician or preacher prates, is a dainty combination of confiding dignity and Inexpensive dimity a be ing of th...

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. — 4 September 1879

THUR8!)AY....SEin'EUBKR4, IKS. HOMBXEWS. (Tampere Imve woally all l. 'l Ilwai". Bay Outer oysters nt Alisky &' HejctleV One iueli of r.iu fell iu P illaud iluruj; Auk18'. Tir- public aeltWfU t-.i(i l Ust MumUy uiorulMjr. A h-nrnlint Ihi i'l t.hrl ly I Nvut-il in Portland. Julgf Bellinger will dmveiie in.irt at Oreuuu City le 23d Insl. City TreaiurrT Joaeph llachinan aui! hit trule arrived by the Orcgo. Mm P. B WirtL hii acOKHiilMil Washington rrrwMMirfHt, Is IN tile city. If vnu wmit liveiiic or rleaiiluic iliie. call mi O Onraai 4k Co., N. 10 rfaln.iwi ulreel. Tin? teacher nf tbe Et I'dftUm public school are ladies, Mitli h dingle except ion. It in ttaiil lliat lltn amount of amewuilile property I" thia cuunty will fall 4mrt of last year. Wm. Church's cloOiitift esUlilslli inent, on Firl street, lias been attadietl for $I,',U 85. Tiie S. G. JteeJ baa UeeH place! 00 the Cascade route. In dHllwdlon with the Wide Wert. The street lamp re now lighted for SI 19 er lamp. The lowest p...

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. — 4 September 1879

She lm feilteesi rilURSDAY SBPTEMBER, 4, 1879. A MTBTEBI. Alonfe, uncultivated, grew A ftower by the way. It pouts kissed earn morn with dnr, And wafting iragrance Mil the day. A florist chanced one day 1o spy Tbis wild and tempting flower lair. And. that It wight not fade and die, Removed It for more leader care. Among exotic iiweet and rare. And native plants and fern and Tinea, It had a place, and all the eare Thai mind and praetlCd band combine. But these could not the want supply That nature freely gave before. And withered, (Med, doom'd to die. The days are iewt and lis no more. How many Uvea to humble homes Their bounty and their fragrance give; Thai lor (bear poverty atone. And makes It blessed that they live. Bat wh v It Is no save e'er told Harraund them with what wealth can give. j mr ptmiu' flics oesrae roe (OKI, Vtaer virtues bow no longer live. C E. May In Pioneer Prtsw. WHO SHALL GO FIRST TO THE SH1U0HV LIM1 ? Whs ahall go flrat to the shadowy land. My love or I ? Who...

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. — 11 September 1879

, . . - - " '"ttttltMWMMt.ttttMWMWaMMWiaMMWMMMWMMMtJMa"lWWMtMMMt Free Spixfln, Fkxe Pkess, Free People. BCV1W1Y rCBlISHLNS CBHIMXY, rTaprlcter. OFFICE Cob. VmailgtA. W ashinoton HniElw A Journal for the I'eople. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Polities aud Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Uadteftl la Opposing and Expostagtbe'Wtangs TERMS, IX .VDVA.NCK : of tbe Mosses. One year .. Six months Three maatbs.- . Correspondents writing over asaaaisd stgoa tores mint make known their names to the FIltor.or no attention wilt be given to tael eommunleutkHis. KliVKSfUKMSirn lmsrrte.1 m R. asoim- POUTLAND, OKEGON, TI ITXltSr AY SEPTEMBER 11, lJTO. NUMBER St2. ble r ELINOR NORTON. Br MAST 8BANK SMITH. CHAPTER XX VII I. TteFhdilMlWM the first to collect hi- tbatigbte) oush to nwr Dr. Dull, and even tie seemed bewildered as he MkM: "I was under the impression that ProfoMor Grimdiy agreed fully with the rest of us, Duetr, a to the painful fads which hovf ro.H...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 11 September 1879

THURSDAY....SEPTEMBER 11, 1879. "WOMAN'S EIGHTS IN PBANOE. END OF "VOLUME YIII. This Issue dotes Volume Eight of the New Northwest. The question as to whether a journal In the Interest or Hu man Rights can be sustained In the Pa cific Northwest la no longer a matter of speculation. The earnestness, economy and perseverance with which this jour nal has been conducted has been met with a fair meed of encouragement. And yet.thewaylsstllldiniculU Could we promptly gather in the subscriptions due from responsible patrons, we could enlarge the paper. We had hoped to do so with the beginning of Volume Nine. But the stringency of the money mar ket admonishes us to postpone the in creased expenditure. It is a constant struggle, in any country aud under all circumstances, to maintain a reform journal. Especially is this the case when the journal is published in the in terest of a disfranchised class like the women of America. We ask the friends of Human Rights to remember this, and rally as n...

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. — 11 September 1879

4 f-3 THURSDAY... .S EPTEM BEU 11, 1S79. HOME HEWS. St. Helen's Hall opened with 100 pu pils, Hon. D. W. DorHhitt will arrive by tl:e KUler. The Oithohr Sentinel U now issued iu eight-page form. Multnomah eountjV tax levy is 17J mill for all purpoe8. Work on the HarrUon-street h:Iioo building is being pushed" rapidly for ward. Dr. J. C. Hawthorne is confined to hiarwidmice in Washington oountyby eickneee. John Jack anil Mies Anole Firm in were playing iu Calcutta, India, at last tu-eoante. The total number of pupils in attend ance st the public schools Ufct Friday wtw 1,834. Pro(efur Lambert, the new President of Willamette Uulversily, will arrive by the Elder. Henrichsen & Greetiberg, have do nated a handsome clock to the Mechan ics' Pavilion. If its Helen Rauch was adjured Insane latt Saturday moniiug and oommitted to the asylum. Captain J. T. Gray, of the Lorlloe, and Mies Oracle Howard wilt be mar ried on the 15th. Eastern oyster, in any tyle, 50 cents per dish at Alieky A H...

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. — 11 September 1879

T "-r crag THURSDAY... .SEPTEMBER 11, 1870. STAHVEO TU DEATH. In an attic, cold and dreary, Lay a motlierand her child, Helpless, hopeless, weak and weary, Ai d with craving hanger wild. Husband, fattier, toil enduring. Working hard fee pit Inane pay. In a week enough proewrtag: For hik family tor a day. Neighbors Iran their ad condition, (at her tn to render aid : Husband goes Jot a physician Cannot come nnlea be paid. Tries another and another, fiitil one consent toeoaw, Bui loo late to save the mother she In Heath's cold arms hi numb. Millions spout In church-adorning. Millions wasted making lawn. Millions of the people mourning, Wlille the demon hanger gnaws. J, ye paid and misted leaden! I.lslen, while ye hold your breath ; In this land of Bible readers, Wixesand mothers starve to death! MORALITY'S riTIIWU. l. ttn ae requires not a Cats to teach It The evils that wait apon dissolute MM; For, alas! though (bare always are plenty to Stern, practical Virtue has few devotees. Philo...

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. — 18 September 1879

-.,,, fl a in wi mi ! mum in iiiihiiwim in . .j ... iren t i , .xW.c iCr BIHrT I"lTOHH8,,Jay,X, rfirHS)r. OFTIC Ooa. tnrri 'Wuiiir.roN Brass A Journal lor tbe People. lMvotod lo tbe Interest of Hmnaaity. Independent In rotltlcs ami ReUgton. Alive to alt Live iMuan,' ami TlHwmghly Radical hi Opposing and BSpostng InVWrongs of the M ses. T-BXS, DC ADVAWCX: Correspondents writing overassned sign tares mast make known tbelr Barnes to the Editor, or no attention will be given to Ibeii eossmaaieaMoaa. AOVBlM:ENT,iierted on ! bl Terms. VOLUME IX. POKTTAr.'D, OREGON, "J? HTJWSDAY, S1I?X1.M5I 1, 1870. -S"riix. i. Fuse Sfbbcu, Fbhe Press. FAek IJepj,e. ; , , . . ----- I .1 . ! ! I ., I ELINOR NORTON. Br MAuT SHAKE SMITH. CHfAPTEB, XXIX. Elioor dropped nee head upon her friend's haoldVer, and said, despair ingly : . Oh, I felt It ! I knew It r Then, while her het.rt "ink lower and lower, and she felt an il every moment were hurrying ber loved one through Illimitable ! ee away from ber, she lif...

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. — 18 September 1879

THUKSDAY....SEPTEMBER IS, 1879. YOLTJME IX. This is the first issue of Volume Nine of the 3?nw Northwest. Trie success of tlile paper shows a constant gain Id public sentiment In favor of universal liberty. Hoping Hint the Nuw Xoktii- vj kst has been instrumental iu causing this growth in fuvor of human freedom, we take courage, ami shall endeavor iu the year to came to better fultill the re quirement of a reform journal. Al though oar prospects are belter at the beginning of this year than any preoed ili one, yet thero aro various turns due us from responsible patrous, which we respectfully request them to forward at once. WOMEN IN BUSINESS. Mrs. Captain Hollis, one of the share holders in the suspended Consolidated Montreal llnik, has been appointed attorney by the other lady . share holders, many of whom are widows, whose little all Is Involved In the wreck of the concern. These women charge that they have beeu placed Iu this try ing position by the reckless manage ment and gener...

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. — 18 September 1879

THURSDAY SEITEW 1$ER IS, 1ST. HOME XEWS. lTott. Lea Iiiiglilin, 'if North Yaai MII, fe hi the eliy. Th Jewish New Year commenced at Hawiowii last evening. Th little eh iltlreii for adoption ar at the Home, corner Fourteenth anil P tAreeta. The Americans were victorious in the erieket contest with the Knglish last SaUirdajr. The Evangelical Association Church, eanwr Eighth and Clay tlreett-, Is about completed. Maews. Courtney, Coher, Kristol, Dull and Matthews Have been appointed leUor-carfieru. Tba bark Dovenlty pal tlirtweli IwoCTCioneH while en route from Hono lulu to this port. Therrewaof the Willamette Rowing Ciab will race on the 20th (next Satur day) Instead of the 27th. The Chinese Mission Chapel nn Fifth street, between Alder and Morrison, was dedicated last Monday evening. The total attemlauee at the puliHc schools for the week ending last Friday was 1,859130 in exeees of last year. An Invitation, has been forwarded 'fratM Salem to General Grant for litiu telf and party 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. — 18 September 1879

THrR8DAY....SKPTEMBEU 18, IS79. WHITE CLBVEK. Tif distant bill the Ions day thro' Have fainted la ahaxeof blue; TIk- sun hu been a buroine Are, Tin- day ha been a warm dealre, But all desire la over; The Hrht are fading from tbe wed. The night baa brought a dreamy rest. And deep In yonder wood I beard The sudden singing of a bird, While here an evening wind has stirred A pe net thick with clover. Thr rt'UI - have lost Ibeir lingering tight, Ti p i: I) is dusky thro' the nlgbl. Tlx' e..ver l loo aweatto lose H-i liunnrf with tbe gathering dews. The skies ate warm above her; Tin-cricket pipes his song again. Tin- cows are waiting In the lane, TIm- shadow fall adown tbe hill. And m lent Is tbe wble-poor-will; i:ut thro- Hi.-Summer twilight mill Yoo sutell tbe milk-white clover. stiory of tbe day baa ceased, "In- moon has tiHen In the east. Tin- d Ut.. nt bilk, tbe meadow Mear. Are I.1.1 li.nl in moonlight tuft aod clear, That vella lite Indecape over: Ai.d liorii of rare and strange pe...

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. — 25 September 1879

- L " jf, Wig Y - - --mii.iM.i- - - - - "-aMMMM-- A Journal for'the People. . Devoted to tbe Interests or Humanity. Independent In Politics and Itellglon. Alive to all Live iMties, and Tboroagbly Radical la OpposlngandBxposlnKtbe "Wrongs of tbe Masses. TERMS, IS U VANCK: " One r 19 i i a. Six month l9 "" Thiea months 1 m Pkbe Speech, Free Pit ess. Free People. Die Term. j lwMnMr-TMiiwiL wi I JJ1JM, , wmamB t I l-lil iimw ELINOR NORTON. IU MAKY8H.rK .SMI 111. CHAPTER XXX 1. Ir. Dttfl'i ilirst business iIihi m i )y after retWolDR from the hospital wild his wife mud Bit nor, wan to go and ex amine tli regfeiers of lb piiiicipal ho-UsU- He foarfll nl length the name lie wniitad, at! ttl ooce lfcu hia iiivecti l'SUoM. He inquired of ue clerk if a peroon wl.o Mgiojaruit there the previous day aa Gaptis Talbot of New York wasstlll at tfca hotel. "Xo, sir; be left this morning for t'hicago," said that polite functionary. "Are you acquainted wilfi liim?" asked the Doctor, In some surprise at...

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. — 25 September 1879

M Hen $Btfym$i, THURSDAY... .8EPTEMJtEU 26, 1879. GEHEEAL GEANT. Oh the occasion of Ills return to the country which he has served so faith fully aud well, it was proper that Geu eral Grant should be met with as open and heartfelt an ex predion of thankful nese at the safe ooiapleliou of his tour of the world as was accorded him at San Francisco. His vleit in that city has been one continued ovation. State and municipal authorities, civic and mili tary societies, ex-federal aud ex-confed erate soldlera and sailors, citizens in publie and in private life, all united to Uo honor to the great ohlef. But one thing occurred to mar the unanimity of sentiment In favor of honoring the dls tinguisbed citizen and soldier, and it resulted in swelling the ranks of the thousands who welcomed him. It was the sand-lot agitator's threat to burn him in effigy. Kearney was Instantly warned by the press and the people that this last Insult was more than would be borne from him ; and on the very lots w...

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. — 25 September 1879

r I afe i m 2 9 1 frit X9 THURSDAY... SliVTEMBER 25, 1879. HOKEHEWB. The Standard ieanee a Urge and cml I table Sunday paper. Astoria will receive her new fire en gine by the uext steamer. Tlie Oregon State Agricultural Soci ety will glease accept our tliaoke fur favor. The State Fair will commence Octo ber 1st (next Wetiueoday ) aud coutiuue ten da jo. W. J. OMs has returned wllli Fall r applies for tno v Wot j-known Third KueetBtore. Mr. Heorv Thoosaa, another pioneer, lied at Bl. Helen on Tuesday morning, A yean. The attendance at the Waeliington Count? Fair baa been good, aud the liioptaya are oxatjgont. Miaa UNtaa Andrews will be "lead !( 14" im tbe new theatrical ooin rjy wMeh ta ooaalb-. Mr. W. W. Baker, editor and manaser tn ti. -Mmvrtl Pretn, has cliauged it. Basao to the HtmvU Spirit. Mr. D. H. Hea4oe, of Milwaukee, who has been visiting the Baslero States, returned by tbejaat steamer. Sergeant J. R 2foe, U. S. A., Is under a r real, aberged with eelllng Govent oient pejaj...

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. — 25 September 1879

Thursday... .September a, ista. MEMORIES OF THE OLD KITCIIB.N. Far back In my murines my thoughts hnve Dee 11 can To tbe cot where the bourn of my cbtldbood were passed! I love all Us rooms, to i he pantry and hall, But 111 at blessed oM kitchen wok dearer than all. IU chair and lie tables, none brighter could oe, Korall it surrounding were sacred to me. To i he nail In IbeeelllMg.tbe latch on tbedonr And I loeevery crack in the old kitchen 0- or I nun mher tbe fireplace, with mouh blgii and wide. The old-laabioned oven that atood by its aide. uuiw wnicn,wni i nan Kelvin;, came HJU dings and plea. That falny bewildered and dazzled my eyes. And then. loo. HI Nicholas, alvlv and Mill. Cauie down every Christmas, our stockings to mi. But tbe dearest of memories I've laid np in store Is tbe mother that trod on that old kllehen HOOT. . Pay in and dav out. from nnrnltw till nlKt Her footsteps were buy, her heart always light ; For it seemed to me, then, that she knew not a care. The smile...

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. — 2 October 1879

.;e &m latest. .v u ': fS y A Journal Air lbs IVople. lvtd lo tbe Interacts of Humanity. .Independent In Polities and HeUgleti. Alive to all Uvs Imhcs, and Thoroughly Radical Ih Oppofhuc and Kiponinr the Wrongs of the Mams. CorraspoiMleau writing over astnsied algui -lares Mast make knosn their name lo llfti Olllor, or no attention will be iriven lo tneli eoinmti n irnllomi. rVtttI-ifcWKXT3 .ow-ne-l oi It-ason li'-jTeinn. POltTLAND. OlClC GO IV, 'JOrTJl sD V, OOXOXtlsrt ls79 TSAMB, ISi AlV VNi-K : ' . ': Tn.WWu, TTfll.;. , nt. HU " Wrtm Srmxn, Fhbc Varm, tnr.z rsriffie. ' " ' ELINOR NORTON. By MARY SHAKE HMITII. CHUTE.lt XXXIII. Rutntr Nor I oh had learl Urn nf.ni tile IftKHI lf Mil till!. u. I.. 1 1... Iiu.rltu b!e to yield In deombtii-y Hod gloom when her lover was once more taken from her; end. though her hern ajhed often rr tb eight of the Noble, hand noioe face, the warm, true elafp of tlie strong right hand that had Iain nerve let and passive in berown of late; awl, though...

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. — 2 October 1879

l- t 1 THURSDAY- -OCTOBER 2, 1S7S. fJOMMUKITTJEOPEETY. Tbe Walla Walla Statesman strougly objeete to tbe law in force iu Washlng ton Territory in regard to oommunlty property. Under the present law, in ease of the death of either the husband or the wife, tbe whole of the eomruuulty property goes to the survivor. What ooutd be fairer? The gentlemen who pasted this law did bo to prevent the "eating up" of estates by legal pro cesses in case of tbe death of the hus band. They were wise enough to know that mothers will not rob and desert their children, but will support aud de fend them to tbe last extremity with out being looked after by County Courts awl having masculine administrators and executors to supervise their busi ness transactions. This Illustration is given by the Statesman to prove that the law is "monstrous" : ' A man and a Woman, both with children by a former marriage, marry. At the ttme of their hut marriage neither of them bad any prop erty 4a then-own right, but duri...

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