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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 2 October 1879

-OCTOBER 2, 1878. &0MSKEWB. The iree postal Wfvry Is bow in op eration. Br. J. L. York, of San Jose, arrived by the last San Franoiboo steamer. Or. Deao Clarke has left for Eaelera Ortgon on a testariag tour. The McGibeoy family were at Lau caster, Peim., at lust account. Itarty-fotir iron leUer-boxes have been atlMUerl to lamp-posts iu various parts ot lira oily. Colonel McOaken has been chosen Grand Marshal of the procession which is to welcome General Urant. The draesatle eompany at Uie .State Fair to ttte largest that ever visited Sa lea, oooeietiHg of nineteen people. Qpo. II. Illmes lies offered to do all the neeeonary Job printing to connection url 1 1 t liu (i m nt roManllHU frttu af Minri'P. ,, Several tbotmnd dollars have UeeaJ ibarrib-.. to meet the expenses f the subHcribfil to meet the expenses reet-ptioii to be tendered General Grant. Owing to the superior finish and excel lence of work, A Del I stands pre-eminent as a photographer. Give him a call. Mr. W. K. C MeC...

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. — 2 October 1879

THURSDAY -OCTOBER S, IS79. THE MOTHKB'S LIKE. The mother's life is rail of p, Fruin eaalydawn till dayltghtfs elow; But oft. am tl ber household cares, Some HUle poem unawares It written down within ber heart. And of ber llle becomes a part. e loving word a cblM may (ay. l coidenjrjMri ionic put away. A half-worn shoe upon the Ooor, An outgmwn areas tne oaoy w A broken toy or faded flower. Ma touch the heart-string any hour. TIItr.K'h liOOM KJ01U1I FUK ILL. What need of all thin fiuc and trlle, Kacli warring with his brother? Why should we, in th erowtl oi life. Keep trampling down each otber ? Is there no goal that can be won Without a sqoeexe to gain It? So other way of getting on. But scrambling to obtain It? O. fellow-men! hear wMotn, then; In friendly warning call: "1 ouralaiuafltvgde, tlie world h wide There'! room enough or all!" vYIiut if the swat thy peasant Bud No Held for bo neat, labor; H need not Idly atop behind. To thrust aside bis neighbor. There la a land wtUi sunny...

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. — 9 October 1879

?55ttar-trra Ut'SlHAl PSMlKHtXil cwm, rriericters. A Jetlmol for the-People. lnvotou to lbs Inte4or HuinanHy.. Independent In Polities and Religion. Alive to all Uve 'iesoes, and Thoroughly 1 tad leal in Opposing and Exposlnsthe'w'rorjgs of tbe Masses. O -TlOB -Co . Klto:. T WjkilISGTox '.tk una Oaa yw...i : iiix m rathi TUre: unaiki i at, I uu rpucis Hi'jra-n, Ptmt Pbbk. I'hkh ricoei.K. 0orrfon4Aiit w rills; over aaaurned atgua toraa most make known their naraea to the. Kill tor, or no attention will be given to theli eommnnicatlona. .UVKItTfanBJIBK r -I l.i i:mu bleTerma." VOLUMK XX. NUMBER H,: ii i - nil mil - i- n in -, - . . i. .1 " ' 11 inn-ii i ng .ELINOR NORTON. BVStAHY KHA?:E fMHR . S . 4' vVH," ftf. !.! C.'l Tallin, . they readied ! room, '"hw much looker ar foa K4ng In fct-cp in liete limit Ibis trifling tt .n i.-w T" And lA iianr tiiiuetf into an arm chair, and looked up at Frauk aotl the - Doetor with defiant hate. The Boater coaid seareely restrain an angry e-xlamUoii,...

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. — 9 October 1879

THURSDAY OCTOBER 0, 1S79. WOMEN AND TRADES UNIONS. Wherever there are collected together great numbers of masculine mechanics or artizans of any calling, tbey bind themselves together in a society, the objects of which are to further the in terests of one another and resist the en croachments of capital on their labor. Their labor is their capital in trade, and they take measures to protect and Be cure it, just as merchants and others In sure their property. Occasionally (it is common of late) the unions represent ing different tradea form themselves Into a compact organization for further security and protection, Just as the mer chants of a city form a Board of Trade or other organization for protection against piratical dealers or irresponsible purchasers. Thus the tradespeople are not always at the mercy of their em ployers. Though tbey have to yield iu Tery many instances after having struck against unjust reductions, yet the knowl edge on the part of the proprietors that tbs un...

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. — 9 October 1879

- THURSDAY OCTOBER 9. 1878. HOMBHEWS. Portland reeelves from 25 (o 50 sacks of oysters from Olympin, eveiy day. General B, L ApplegHte lias been ap pointed a sjteeial luspealor of the Custom Houte. Dr. J. W. Walts will alilree the Open Temperaoee aieetiugou next Saturday evening. Mies Etsilie Melville ami lier opera company will leave Sau Ftauelsoo for this elty to-day. Frank G. Abell secured first premium by bis tnai?uifleeot display of photo graphs at the State Fair. Lieut Geo. C. Itelter, the new In spector of the Lighthouse Distriet, ar rived by tins last steamer. A man named John Swager is under bonds to answer the charge of cutting i timber ou Government laud. The Committee of Arrangements for the Grant reception have eiiKified apart ments at the Clareudon Hotel. Ellison Battalion will give a grand ball at Torn Halle ou the evemug of November 27lh Thanksgiving. A lad named Jimmy McGinn had a leg broken on Tuesday by a door break ing from its hinges aud falling ou him. Sergeant...

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. — 9 October 1879

TSgssi - -MISCECI-ANEOttS." "iiEfiSTlttJCiTS COtUitjr. . -- . - J " " ' 1 -' I kill t W I TWW. WlllWhWI lumieai. 1 T nm r.lf),lai II u,1.1 !!.. tn I i-S-iJ-'--""" 11 ' ' ' "'" i. ii lv.i. ti I TSlTirr.-rijlj, rttUKSPAY- OCTOBER fi, 1S79. at wxir'S nK. BY UT. BWAES A. KAMI Into tiie river they waded far Over the shallows wub laugh and shout, standing at lam on the roots that lay Kara when the afternoon tide out. Blue of the sea It wh In tle-irey;-; OoM K tke ana 1 was in nir huir. Fearless they laughed. 'I'd flic maiden brave; Why sbostM tfcej tremble, why need they care Raised awl rushing, as dark night. Only a tutting ol fi.an. Mr . rowi. ; Low hi theoaseol k so Strove I he fierce birais tvil thcta down fosse each uldei. Uf-rsunuv bead, Proudly an empress her crown oT cold ; Laughingly looeJUngltie Ureal ken rage, Barfled, defeated ! m:ilden U.I.I All, they torret that the tide l.a.l turuedl Myly and auftiir U qm kl Into the river Mar .11 allied su low. Over tbe sCi lows and up the...

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. — 16 October 1879

.'J A JeariMl for the People. Devoted to tbe Interesss of UamsHttf. IndpBdeBtiB Tolllles ami IteHghHi. Alive to alt Live Issues, and Tisaronghly Radical h0lpeiif and Exnoslmctfce Wrens J I -j r: l of the Ma sVtM .. i T i . T ( Puts ftrracii. Fwm lim, Kara Tbopi.k. Owrespondenta wiitins; over asssEHMl abjiui -Inns must make known their naiwsx to the Editor, or no attention will be given to tneli 1 i OMMK IX, i'05:tlani, or kg on. TiirjusnAY, ocrouicn i;, isr. communications. bio Tertos. TON. t M :iv sua" k .:.i::r. ir ut i n-i.,.1 fl life, waa.i...: if? nil m.us11 SI . : V unit, muk soeiys ail ltji I y'fti i.rr v v, fts otay ( M '- Afctwl a year aftel tit new tdfu ciai-ii."lif a min gieat haste cite ewtiing lot 1 repeat I iir It i.gainaud liough afraxl (in' new one Ipted "IT upon hi u) by some r he were iit csref'll "F .asss wry so wry aottjr." mm Kinor, "but lias gone to visit a patient who la wpt MJhrc'ed to live, and of course we etm&M) l,tn wl" return. Can I be of ai assistan...

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. — 16 October 1879

TWUR6DAY OCTOBER 18, 1ST9. GElfEBALGEAHT. General Grant, upon his arrival in Portland on Tuesday afternoon, was met by a throng of tlic citizens of Port laud bim! of Hie entire State and Wash ington Territory. While in poiut of nawbere our reception was inferior to those accorded him al Shu Francisco awl Oakland, yet the outpouring of our people was none the less sincere, aud hut voiced the general desire to honor him as lls military ami civil services deserve, awl to extend a heartfelt wel oh me on the occasion of his return to the elty which tie left as an nheeure eeeoad lieutenant. After being wel comed in a brief speech by Mayor Thompson, the General stepped into a carriage with the Mayor, Governor Thayer and General 0. 0. Howard amid the cheers ot the populace, and the as sembled procession escorted the guest through the principal streets of the oity. The feature of the parade was the reception by school children at fhe Central building, around and in front of which all the att...

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. — 16 October 1879

THURSDAY. .OCTOBER 16, m. HOMI SEW8. Gaptaiu Alnworth aud family will i rive by tlie Orejrou. Yaticouvrr'awelvooit-totieut-ralQraitt nw cordial m Portland'. Tilers will lie three day' raciitit: iiH h.nsi Portland track, coiiiuiemcitiK to day. Tlie AMeii llme will carry u vory large number of Chinese to lite Flowery Kingdom. Mra. E. N. Cook aud MM Lillian Patlon, of baleiti, littve Routt mi u vlait lo tlw Kant. Fully lllilO perwMM were Htmld to pei'iire accommodations Ut the rUy t Tuesday uigsU. Eight or ten new freight car- have re eeuily been eompletetl at U-e "ar ationw for the WstefktWjsMul. Mrs. Rhodeyk. Holl. of Im cA intv. uaa beKommiltiMl to the iu sane aayluai Mt Eswt Portland. jnerwtna WHO lutenil to exhiUH irtiel ml tbe Mfchaui' Fair are rnimmied lo uniiK uieiu to-day It pot-ible. Couaidfrable quantities of Cliinte boiiea will Im carried away by the ves sels wbieh will shortly sail for China. A f uian ta brought action in the I a. Circuit Court for damage against Captain U...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 16 October 1879

f 1 riL'T' MTSf'FU.AXFOrs ADYKUTIPFMl VT3. ; ...jag. "ia-Miraftfr'lire wUWi I wish Idt-flST 8 fP 0 ST-0 F F'l C ESr i 1 Ki:io.T. ailSCEIituVKEOUS. nKLSIBOtD'S COLUMN'. THUKSDAY OCTOBER 1C, IS78. - - - j'j .., . ; :u i : m Published by request. BT CaDLUej A. VCMCHI. , Clasp hands once mare and aay Goo 1-byr iood-be! love, good bye J" Though the heart beat doll with pata And Uw Hioursrfuleat terrain, ove can king Ha "Neeermore" .HIvrniratnMelieiBgHieaie ir Upward flow reluctantly, suMQodjbylifnwd-bjrel Over now lor thee ana m Love awaetSammeii Hopefully. Have we wandered on than tar To where chills of Autumn sr.- fli 1 1 Ik of parting! Silently Kltk 1-Mr, si lafe Ms fatfc -Side bv aide with tearless Pile. M.uuHotstdesUtn-Ur. , , Love's lair nope lor thee and me. Aiiinmn! Antnmn! Call Ing leaven. Aft the wind the IraeilaKcnres Ol it franereaswisat Joy-Good-bye, dear k.rv, good-bye Hhsll 1 say, Remember yet A II ear love sine Ami we met t Mi'i at blooming ol life newer Iu 1 tw? isstssan...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 October 1879

II wi a,,iaalaallTaaw'aaaaaaMaaaa"aaasa"aaJaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaa ' - ' ' ' 1 Kki Spr.ccii, PeB Prkss, Ficrx I'ropi.r. 13jc $fom fettteesi A Journal for the People. Uevoted to tbe Interests of Hamatrtty. Independent in Polities and IteJIglon. Alive to all Live Issues, and ' Thoroughly ftadleat In Opposing a ad BiposlBE the-Wrongs of the Masses. OMNMl SI I MohUk . Tare m tutlu .. .1 Ctmespondents writing over assumed stgna lures must make known tbeir names to the Billlor, or no alteuitoa will be given to tbeli eHiiniuiiiutions. VDVRttTISEMBSI "- POIiTrVlVli, OltKOON, TIIXJlSDW', OCTOBEK tiZt, IS7. OMTi -E-Utk ' . ' ' "ELTtfOK EOETOH." WeH-gWt In ai.i..ouH-1l-i't'.Hniler lMMj-MMNii of lit" nUne trinl unx ! rltl in time lr iHit.lic-.nun In ibis Tbe Coudat..l Beotibel. T iinMit rvsn-ii. A oohl, slwmy nighi m n. month of Mureh. 1S0T. Marshal Ijetebv-i-. will tweMty-sevwi thotisau i F-eimh troop. bad iuvestetl Dantzic The eitv wan garrfeHHtHl tiy seventeen thuii-Hiid Hub plan and Prussia...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 October 1879

THURSDAY OCTOBER 28, 1878. WOEK AND WOBKEBS BESPEOTED. Id tlie Woman's Journal we 11 ml tbe following advertisement : VKM-Ah American woman todolhe work lor a family of three, -where work ami workers are respected. Inquire at this office. We will veuture the assertion that tbere were numerous responses to that short nollee, ami that many a woman felt that housework for remuneration is growing to be held more and more "re peetabli." Many girls who now lead Uvea or shame would gladly have bernelbe drudgery of poorly-paid Louse- keeping for large families if they and their work had been respected, rather than suffer the ostracism which dis honor brings; but, when women are tabooed because they honestly support themselves, they cau hardly be blamed tor seeking another form of disgrace which will belter afford the necessaries of life. Every man and eveiy woman who Upholds the un-American idea that housework is disgraceful Is a party (al ways indirectly and sometimes directly) te the crim...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 October 1879

w e i'K..iAyv;ocrroBBii , isre. 31014E JEW8. K5VfHJ IMX lie sold at tile Jfe- eii.-Jlt4pJMito. Mr. J. &lftrk-, Rtnl Itrkle arrived : been 278 exuil-itotn grift. i ill letitiii' Fulr. er Mather Total AbKinciiee Sn FWft. 2 tiM beet, org-nfoeal Iu tills r wmi the lwmfie4la& I'orUHsw! on Satanluy; tlinC The 'Pine etr oedlee Utmm Ha Wetl tbeterfeuraot privileges jil the -leelmH- mb- jnttr. , The Imrfc (JalHwUi. whisk mN Iwtaj for nHKhoBK, Hurried ay SI UsHHHB. jtafee J tr pgMlliuufcio- h TVfejilKy An ageuey of WelU. r.n:o ft kcWsh Imi Iteen eeuldisrieil at I'altMitNf miy, V. T. A maaquerarfe ball will be eiveo Ht Old Fellows' Hall, Kt I'..rllaud, to morrow night. Mr. Jerry Colwell, or "Happy Jerry," well known in the uei,iaer piotm-doo, has given up farming. On the calendar of the present term of the Circuit Court there are a Uige number of divorce caae. An ouknowu ateermce pastienger died on Tuesday niclil ou the eteaiHw State of Calilornla hi an epileptic lit. Mr. D. C. Ireland...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 October 1879

. i ejjc $K? $ stillest" THURSDAY OCTOBER 23, 1S79. BAB I "SMUTDBuT." Mont everybody Usees me, And tells aw I am sweet, And says.-Wlmt piUy 'illle band! What Mania' Ittle feel!" And I id n't no fun for 1UI me, so mussed ami hauled about, AViz roush old whickers all terulched Hp! I wab my ium and pout. Say. now, bt folk, how would Vo like To be lo Muowtt'on's p'aee ; Have each old poire that nmi alone X'y t tut on oor fsee ? Oo wonld not like tt. I know dat Now would "oo ? Tell me, say! Now, "oo must eezer toll a lib. Or dl v 'oerseir away. "Tee Eieh to Affsrd It." TW MARY OKACK ItAhnn. "I don't want to go to xcliool any more, father." Mr. Palmer raised his eyeu in HurprUe to tile face of his firl-born, a lad about uiteen. And a bright, intelligent face it wns, though It was a little clouded now by a feeling of dubiousness as to bow his words woutd be taken. " "Why don't you want to go to school any more?" "Well, sir, I'm tlrod of studying, and r don't see any use of It," Think you k...

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 November 1879

Sh? Hen) $tetta5i Sg!! dimw u piiiLhaiib compact. rrjinMw. Ol- I'll. K- FiuisTJk Wasuikuton Strkets TEEMS, IX ADVANCE : One year Klx mouths Tbree mourns . ftflo .. l w ADVEKT:kjiexT.- inserted ou lltasona Me Terms. ELINOR NORTON. Bt .MARY HH.VNE SMITH. CHAPTER XXXiX. A spasm of agony convulsed Mrs. Stoddud, and prevented her reply for a few minutes, during which her son, In the greatest distress of mind, did every thing he could to relieve her suffering, aud, wbeo she seemed some what better, said be would send at once for tbe physi cian. But she pot forth a feeble, detain ing baud, aod wb tapered: "Xol yet. ; oh, not yet ! Promise me first. He will not Jet me talk when he cornea. Yon maul promise before I die!" "Mother, my dear mother!" Mid Frank, wiping tbe great drops from bis forehead, " are me ! Anything you require that in possible I will do; but I have explained to you that this is im possible. Do for heaven's sake cease thinking about me .' Try to become calm, and let me seu...

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 November 1879

pje gens feiHJesi THURSDAYNOVEMBER 18, 1S79. HOTIOE. Mr. H. R. Duulway will next week visit Salem, Albany, Corvallis, and otber towns in the Willamette Valley, In tbe interests of tbe New North west. Delinquents are requested to be prepared to settle tbelr accounts. "THE IDEAL WOMAN." Rev. Dr. Holland baa been lecturing, or rather preaching, on tbe above sub ject in St Louis. He makes some ex cellent points, and indulges in consid erable sophistry, serving to remlud one of tbe late O. S. Fowler by tbe peculiar manner in wbleb be arrives at couclu eiottf. Tiie latter, after using all tbe de nunefatory terms be could conjure up against women who wish tbo ballot, gave bis endorsement to tbe idea of en franchising them. Dr. Holland differs from the ancient phrenologist. He bubbles over in praise of tbe virtues of women, and then thinks ber excellent qualities should be confined to tbe borne and ber reign limited to tbe household, and that she should be con tented to be so restricted. Pe...

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 November 1879

1 i, f THURSDAY... -NOVEMBER IS, 1S7. HEW 8EBIAL STOEY. The publishers of the New Xorth wkt are lisppy to auuounce that, on Thunsiir-, November 3th, 1S79, the first Chapter ..f Mrs, A. rt. Iuui' new serial, "Mr. Hardine'a Will." will ! appear in this journal. Heretofore, this author baa been forced t write her cnulinoed stories from week to week, while traveling from place to place doing the field work so necessary to properly . keep a reform journal before Ibe people; but wbe baa bad a relief from story-writing for several months, and this latent narrative, a good portion of which is fin ished, shows a care in its construction nu known in her previous successful ef forts. We refer oar readers to the an nouncement in oar advertising columns for an outline of the storj. Now is an excellent time to eeod in money sndl names, to avoid the trouble of ordering back numbers. LOOALJfEWS. Thursday, the 27lb Instant, has been set apart for Tbaukstriviag. Toe yimdicator says there Is a growing...

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 November 1879

r H URSj5 AY... -"NOVEMBER 13, 1879. TOCT 01 Bl EX. and you aay you Tlure are love -slid loves love me. And kindly nsk me to ! yoor wife; And yon promise by all the Mam above -m To guide and cherish and xuard my life. i... I ' i ... - i , Au Cmk Iin nun ii lu j")ii ' ' " " ivw lyinu That Iih11 imiki your promise a alow, dull , imsk It s. in vsin Is Mint idcndinz and sighing J'uul ou iileli is what 1 .tsk. Ik oii loie iui" ln-in-r titan all things Iiuiuhii V'titi that one v.irsh.p that each life know ? Or Minply bec-tuse l am a woman. And can sew on buttons and mend your clnmes 7 Ob. oo ine not in that business fashion; I cannot and will not give my bawl Oii'w- yon Rive yoor heart' neat passion l'iut ou ltien o, what I demand. Her earthly lite and her hopes or heaven C-!ni he litis tip or drag her down) Ol io a husband is freeii given When a woman accepts the wlfelv crown. Youth and health and Ireedom and beauty Sue gives to her iMbes, ax mothers must, Aik; holds it a) I an a sacred ...

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 December 1879

- , A Journal for the People. Devoted to tbe Interests of Humanity. Independent la Polities and Religion. AHv to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Itadleal In Opposing and Kxnoslng tho Wrongs or tbe Masses. Correspondents writing over aaauined sigua tores must make known their name to the Editor, or no attention will be given to theli eoffimaulcaUon. Tf IVfl.IM ADVANCE: I M Vf JH ... ii , awM i i ' r'. VmiuV.,'IZ'."-'. 1 Free Si-eecu, Fbbe Pbem, Fukc 1'eoh.e. i vKBTisHMKXTs rnseru o. H o VOLUME EC. POUTT-VITO , OREGON, TIITTRSDA.Y, DECEMBER -1, 1S70. 3VXJ3XBER. 1. . iiinrviMPO ai I I 1 her for an instant as 'aba rcaH?Kalfi&EwP Mm. nflnuniLo YY.L-i-. .... hhtl iirtPfBn!8trcnK3n IB1 JAM. SOOTT DOWIWAT, VTJfi.F OK JCIHTH BJCIB,' "BUK MVV THY. MAWY . ouaf msUw," "TS.OT, FATE A gAJHTT," BVCt W, BfQ. - d.atxnrtlacta AtorOMKrew,lnthe ar 7i, in tbeotBM of Uie Librarian ofo v.'uliiogum, D.C. CHAPTER III. ' IZK AT HOMK. John Tr.gietoti was gone, and BBza Hardiue was seized with a nervous tr...

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 December 1879

THURSDAY DECEMBER 4, 1S70. A LOGICAL JJOHOLTJSIOH. The Roseburg Independent says the "doctrine or Woman Suflrage, if carried out, would, in the essence of its argu ment, bind two men together in order that there might he a family raised." Of all the arguments ever made against the ballot for women, this is the hardest to refute. We are so puzzled that we would fain consider the remark irouical. The whole subject is grasped, its aim understood, its result foreshadowed, its danger revealed.Jts doom sealed. The sage of Roseburg haB done the country as mucu service lu destroying the march of the woman's emancipation Idea as illd our representative lu Congress when he made his famous ride to Wash iugton to prevent the country from fall ing into the hands of Northern Demo crats and gave it up to Southern rebels, ine absurdity of woman's claim to being man's equal is made more ap parent by the Indcjtendent than was the fallacy of negro suffrage by the cliuoh Ing inquiry to a champion of th...

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