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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 4 December 1879

1 CUESDAY DECEM BKU 4. 1879 LOCAL NEW8. Cioveruor Thayer lias par.louet fuur ni'Teci'tivicl. TUe V. E. Clinrc.li at Mount TalK.r ia i.( iriu.: completion. ''iK H. DuBoia, leather of vocal :n iii' , 283 Fourth etreot, Portland. Saunders has Imo apoiiitel a seuUI officer by the Police Comtnla- 'o auore lirrnaea tn sell liquors of hoj tiorlption at lite State Fair will b r;i ntd. ' b l masque at Odd Feilow'g Hall, J it 1' ttland, on Tuesday night wan a J- !'1 tUCCtTH. n entertainment will le rIvcm at Y. : " A . Hall to morrow night for tlte t '.efi f the AstAcittlinn. ' va Vine will lie, released, an tli il. le who arrestmi lit in is aatifefled he is uot :lelio, the murderer. I i iaid that lb Ladle' Kelief Bo- . i y Kill give their aunual charity ball tMn Att I ChriHtmati and New Year's. ( i wh.g to tlm Miporior fltiitdi ami eicl lei : ol work, AihsII stand pre-eroiuout pnoiograpner. usve mm a ca!L fcptalii Kellj- haa been removed from bli office In the Police Department, and Caaa. Uri...

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 December 1879

8 THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4, IS79. TWO KISSES. When I made a vlstl home, ABd stole up stairs, Rood fortune leading, I Mr, or rather thought I saw. My alsler In the study, muling. With noiseless trend I forward ere in WlUt schemes of mischief moat Imprudent; Aira, iraoiim v w tfiv in -iihi i n uhk, I oltly kissed the gentle student. Hbe turned to By. with burning face. As It a brother's kiss polluted Rapture! Hwa not my sister 1-u, Dut Cousin Amy IA1 saluted. Ol course I then began to bee She would excuse my having kissed her. Protesting that, upon ray word, I really thought it was my sister. A conversation followed next. Whove theme, be sure, was not the weather: A i mi tsten a very ustsstui pair Seated well, rather elose together. And Amy, with her roguish way. When for the second time I kissed her, Ssdd. archly looking up to me. "Are you quite sure It's not your Miter V A liniilE OF THE TIME. BY NELLIE O. CONE. Mb Pallas Babora Von Blnrky. She didn't know ahteken frnm lurkftv: ilkjh Sp...

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 December 1879

MMMMMMMg,"y? - . - - )z ik:u fettles. DBXIHAY PBBUsHISB WVFAM, Frasrlettrs. OFFICE-Co. FaOJtTA Washington Stkmts TERMS, IX ADVANCE : On yer..... Rix mouths Tare months tou I .. 1 80 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on ble Terms. MRS. HARDIN E'S WILL. Bv ABIGAIL 800TT DDXIWAY. AITTMOR OF "JUDtTM MUD," "EUEK UOW ti," "AMIK AXB HKKJCT UOC." ""IK HA1TV IIOHIC," XAM MOBMSOX," "FACT, FATK AMD PANCY," etc., m., etc Entered, according to Act of Congrens, In the year 1K7S, in the office of Uic UumrUo of Coo greas at Washington, 11.1'.! fftAITERIV. TIKE All AT HOME. In outward appearance the home of Tirzah Ingleton was little wort) at tractive than that of Kliza Hard I tie. Tlie log cabin was modeled after the same primitive fashiou, the fenced, garden, fields and orchards were little belter, and the conveniences of the household but slightly superior to those to wbicii her lover, John Hardine, had been accuHtomed from his birth ; but 'Squire Ingleton, fur tbe most part, held very different ideas of l...

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 December 1879

THURSDAY DECEMBER 11, 1S7. IMPOETAHT KOTIOE. Quite a number of responsible person have received the Hew Northwest for various length of time, and have Item permitted to get in debt (6 us only be cause tiiey are reliable. We tend bill tlii week to a majority of thete delin quents, and ak that they respond to them. We are aware that the recip ients are person able to settle their ac count, and with to urge upon their mind that, while the trulivklnal amount are small, the aggregate it a considera ble turn. We need it, ami must ltave it by the first of January. Dcxiway Publishing Company AXOTHEE POIHT GAINED, Om of tbe objections to Woman Suffrage by those who affect to bold bleh estimate of womanhood and a a great reepeet for tbe delicate sensl biTlties of "the sex," Is tbe cry that woman will be degraded by her assoeia tlon with coarse and drunken men at tbe polls, though wby those who make so manv professions of esteem would allow Improper conduct to offend ladies at tbe ballot-boxes...

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 December 1879

THURSDAY DECEMBER 11, 1879. L00ALIEW8. Colonel Covall returned by the KMer. The Owiftrefra'lnnal Fair proved a Mv M not init Portland imfewionitHv. The First (Vmirree:u.tloiial Church tins a tnefBttereb'i1 "f -4T- JieW Market Theatw ill be npenetl for the c h-h next Saturday. Miea B. I)"H''. teacher of vocal marie, 383 Fourth street, Portland. A mail fire in the Coogreaa aalooti en Kuuday morning did light damage. Mr A. S. Tierce baa been elected CMMaudH ol ;-irge Wright I'oat, G. A. R. The extra mail wrvic by the pxirens train baa been ordered t t-xteud lo Albany. Letters most be dropped iu the poat efllee before Z3U P. M , to catch tbe veniocesprew mail. The first brick from tbe MonmnetiUl wioe arrived in this city last Saturday, and la valued at $1,031 25. A MunnULe set of Harper's Magazine, froaa Jaue, 1880, to May, 1879, baa been dded-lo the Portland Library. Governor Thayer baa commuted tbe Moiease of tbe burglar McOibboo, ou eondltinn that be will go to England. Mr. Oearln, m...

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 December 1879

item jertest. THURSDAY DECEMBER 11, 1S70. AT THE OARUE.N GATE. They lingered ml Um garden gate The moon was full above; He look tier darling hand In bis. The trembling little dove. And pressed It to his fervent Up And softly told hts love. Atioul her waist he placed his arm; Ue railed her all bUown; H is heart, he said, II ever beat For her, aud her alone; And he wait happier than A kins Upon a golden throne. " Come weal, come woe," In ardent tones This youth oontinoed be, ' An is the needle to the pole. Mo I will constant be: No power on earth shall tear thee, love. Away, 1 swear, from me !' From out the chamber window popped A grizxly, night-capped bead; A hnamc voice yelled, Yon, Susan Jane. Come in and go to bed V And thai was all It was enough The young man wildly fled. A "Wife's Lesson. kyra was pouting. Breakfast was over, but still Ernest kept bis seat, lov ing with a teaepoon, while Myra lookeil at uim wiui tue cross look or a thwarted child. "Then you won't give me the Ure...

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 December 1879

F afxiwY rmitiiift! .tuiimr, proprietors. A Journal for Ui People. . . Devoted te tbe Interests of Humanity. Independent In rotlUes and Befigloa. Alive to all Live Issue, and Thorosghly Radical In Opposing and Exposlngthe Wrongs of the Mmsw. OFFICE Co. Fjwkx W as If INOTON Strkcts TEttXR. IN ADVANCE : Una yar Six month Three month .. 1 S IN Fbbk Srer.cn, Free Press, Prbb Pkopi.k. Correspondent writing over assumed aigna lares must make known thrlr name lo the Kdltor.or no attention will be given to th. li communication. ADVKRTI8KUHN Inserted on Kmiou ble Terras. POTiTLA-lVr), OEEGOX, THTJRSDAT, DECEMBER 1JS, 1S79. NUMBER. 11. MRS. HARDINE'S WILL. Bv AuiaA.II. SCOTT DUKIWAY, AimiOK OF IHMTR HRIIl,' "HI.I.KN Down,1 "AJtIK AND HKXKT L.RR, "THE HAPPY HOMB," "XAM1K H0RHISO.V,' "PACT, KATE AND KAKCT. ETC., CTT., KtC Katered.aceonltnclo Aeto!;Gor,ln the ;r lias. In the omee or the Ubrarbm or Con grass at Washington, Ik. CJ CII ArTEtt V. MlhCHIItf. Jolm Insletnti whs very pale ami weary whe...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 18 December 1879

THURSDAY. DECEMBER IS, 1879. "FLAUNTING THE BED TLAO." A correspondent of the Sin Jose Mer cury raises the old objection to woman's use of the ballot, tliut she cannot bear arms in case of war, which "has been the Supreme Court of last resort ever since the dawu of history, ami will so remain until human nature (shall be changed." The graceful writer fall ou Id be aware that human nature is grndu ally changing as the light of intelligence and education is dillused. The wars which blacken the pages of history have all been caused by yielding the dictates of reason to the passions. As the higher cognitive faculties spread their folds over the world, the idea of the necessity of warefare is "becoming a dissolving view." Less Impulsive and calmer minds are constantly coming to the lead of the hosts of the earth, and universal peace will dawn when reason asserts her a way over maukiud. There is no longer any occasion for appeal to pliysloal force iu international questions, though tempes...

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 December 1879

f i I THURSDAY DECEM ItEIt IS, 167 LOOAL-SBWB. The CJfcurity toll tut night whs a stic- rlolWsfy svxlii at J. K. Gill A Co. 's boo wore. 93 First street. County Clerk Smith is sunVienily re- w-rao iswieiM to Ms done. Th P.li- Caaiitftiii?r littve re Ur4rr.ccinl Offleer Catupltell. '' We B. Da Bate, teacher of voml music, 283 Fourth street, I'ortUi d. The AtfcXwmisr Duncan arrived af bm jrmnehee yesteraay, ami It all Eswt Portland Park Is helm; elenrsi nf utnoer, preparatory KxjUielMg divide I into lota. . Judge .UrlHngpr will itohl term of eoyrt 1m utateop eounty, eoriitneuciiiR wxt sssmaNV. Mr. E X. Cooke ami Mis Lillian K laUoo, of Salem, are viaitiuK friend tttsri relatives in Ohio. The uew iron ferry of the railroad essnpauiy is mm- making regular tnif, and xlveaattefaetiou. Mayor Thompson's office in the Mure will he found on First street, betweeu Madison and Jefferson. Mr. S. Q. Iteetl has been appointed Vice l're-Mem of lite National Agri cultural Society for Oregon. Xetr Mar...

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 December 1879

THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1879. ASino.XOMT HIDE EAST. ItHlMdle-dkldle, The Son's In the middle. And planet around him to cruml An swinging In siatee. Held forever In place In tbe Zodiac girdle or Uuid. Hl-dlddle-diddle, The Bon's Id the middle. And Mercury's wit to the Hun ; White Venus to bright, Keen at moraine or night, Cotacx second to join In tbe tan. HHllddl-dlddle, The Bon's In the middle. And third Ik tbegroapta our Earth; WbHe Mara wttti his fire, warlike and dire. Swing round to be counted the fourth. lll-dMdle-dtddle. The Sun's in tbe middle, ."While Jupiter's next after Man; And bis four moon at Bight Show the speed ot the light; a 2fext goMan-ilBced KaWrn appear. M-4MdleMltddle, Tbe Sun's In the middle. Alter Saturn eomee Uranus lar; And hit antics m queer Led astronomers near To old Neptune, who drive the latear. fExcbange. SEl'OMJ.lI.l.VI) GOODS. What care I II yo have loved before, go that you iove me love me beat and last Niar would J ask jam UtttmtttMMm That bound you...

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. — 22 January 1880

Tlmi minimal-! V irr I I " i mi irrrlir i I -ir-m wniw iwrwnri I w iiiiimw"""1 MWiMfcwMwMi"IWMl,WMIW"w'iiiii"''gaimBMMi BoaiviT rcKuninc goxpam, irwrMers. A Journal tar tbe People. Devoted to the Interests of VTnmanlty. Independent In Politics and KeMgion. Alive to all Lire Issues, and Tboroojsllly' Radical In Opposing and Exposingthe Wrongs' of tbe Mhmwk. Correspondents writing overauatned signa ture most make known their names to the Ki!tor,or no attention will be given to I hell (-ommanicatton. LIGHTS A.M SHADES. BY XB8. HKMKNS. O KFICK-Cor. Vmowx. WASHimnovSnnBTH TERMS, IN ADVANCE: One Jtmr Six month Three month.. ft AD i m 1U) ADVERTISEMENTS inserted on Reasona Die Terra. POTiTIVISrO, OUEGOX, TJETtJjR SD AY, JAJTO.AJR.y- Sis, 18SO. " FRBB 8PBCK, I'M". AW TKOPI.K. MRS. HARDINE'S WILL. bt Abigail Scott dckiwav. AITHOIt OF "JCIHTH REII," "ICI.I.KK MWII.' "AMIR AKI BKKKV UI," "THE HAPPY nornt," uhaim;k xokkiox," "PACT, KATC AICO FASCT," Xtv., etc., rrc. (Knterad, according tn Act o...

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. — 22 January 1880

I rHUJWDAY JANUARY 22, 1880. WOMAN SUrFKAGE OOHTEKTIOX, Elsewhere tbe reader will llnd a notice, given lty order of tire Executive Committee of the Oregon Stale Woman Suffrage Association, to which we de sire to call special attention. We also wish everybody who believe in the fundamental principles of Individual sovereignty, wliieti it ! the object of tbe Association to promulgate, to con eider thia eaoae tlieir own. Very maoy of lire regular members have for aeverul years omitted paying tlieir annual dues wbeu unable to attend petaotmlly, thereby augmenting the harden of those who are always promptly oh band. As the aunual fee hi only one dollar, It ean easily be paid by anybody who has tbe success of tbeeaee at heart. Thus far, the dues of but two persons for tbe com -i ug year have been received. We hope, by the time -the Convention meets, to be able to publish a long list of thobe who will respond to this call. Remem ber, friends of our glorious cause, that these aunnal meeting...

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. — 22 January 1880

Wi & Kettles! TOOTSD AY.. : AN L AKY 22, LOCAL HEV.'S. K. 4?s lire enrii e is beiu repaired. Ttsilron on the vest-side road iUid toOarIUs. The Ckltforulu it, tiiue day over Joe at Port TV iibei id Mia Ijjllle Munay ih the efficient ; niouey order clerk In the post Thlewfs took dozen of O. ft. Fliel' Codtio-4 lili.a chickens on MuoUay Bight. Charlen Raeoti, Jr.. was thrown from CT3' "ii Tue-ilay, ami received severe Mjvnex. The Turn V. n in Society will -jive their auuual uiaMjueraJe on the IV.b of x eorwary. The men ou Tillamook 11 ck, fears for Whoae safety were freely expressed in tbtoeity, are all right. Captain Frank lilfe is promoted to the olllc-e of Assistant (ieueral Suriu- teodent or tbe (. S. N. Co. A 8t. Valentine's ball will tie given l Nepparu's Hall, Kast 1'ortlantl, on the evening of the 13th proximo. February Otb has been wliciol for the holding of the next eot-lul by the George Wright l.t, (i. A. U. MayorThompMiu vetoeil the ordinance Inereaaiiifr the salary of ...

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. — 22 January 1880

lift ttcw &tym$i. THURSDAY JANUAItY 22, 1SS0. llKTEHa'SVCalOSlS. BT MBS. X. I. SAXON. Laugh if you will, bat I (till declare Tbe dream or memory, always there, I Just an plain In my mind to-night As yon flowing lamps before my eight. Tie true lay form la woman' bow. But oDce a helmet bound my brow; My band oaee grasped a warriors steel That made the ranks of battle reel ; And to my trumpet call thcrecaaae A thousand men with souls of flame. Tbe curving sword with hilt of gold, 1 n fancy once agala I bold; Tli In hand no looser teems mj own. But twice lu else baa quickly grown; imc mcmj. unf una mmbwi Tela O'er its brown aartece writhe and strata. A snowy beard Boats down my breast. And parts above a mail-dad ebest ; Then backward o'er my shoulder flows. While rushing forward on ray foes. Once more the sounds I Joyed to hear Thrill through the silence on my ear; Once more I bear Mm Moray clang. At u the cymbals round me rang. Mingled vrttti oaths o! foreign aonad. White dying war...

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. — 29 January 1880

( Miic ilea 0dtee5i IHJvVfWAT rraUkHISfl COHMSr, rreprltlerk. OPWCK-OOB. VBO.NTA WASHINOTOSSTHIIBfS TKRM8, IK AUVAXCK : ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on bleTermn. MRS. HARDIN E'S WILL By A BIO AIL flOOTT IHJIsI WAY, Atrrnn or NMN MBB," "mtt Down." au a jar iiwv "mi lurr? "MAMS XMUaol," FACT, IPAn AMD FAMCT," KlCa SIC. XfC r a Act of OongrrM, la the i f the Librarian of Coo- .D.C.1 ? J . CHAPTXK XL rKieom I, ire nroHCietl tbohunibledoorivay r1tfclfaUHn footsteps ami tunebbiNg : feefc ware muddy awl wet, STOl of 1 1 ossy - wool? ey was i were for wear and hard FflSikf0rse plalii shawl, which cosilltBteiltMfe ouly presentable outer wrap for tbe younger member of ttie family, at well ae hen-elf, was badly awry, aud tier slat sun-bonnet hid her face like a huge cavern. But It was not of iter peiaaual appearance that she wan t Making oow. Her chief eoneeru was -for another, and that other was the anxfoae mother of her exiled other self. "Come in !" exclaimed a geulle voice. 'Uu draw the latch a...

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. — 29 January 1880

:S rnroBSDAY January 20, ieso. IBON-OLADjOBDINANOES. TJudera pretext of "commencing moral reform," tbeCIty Council basentertalned a report from tbe Committee on Health and Police, which looks a little more like business than auytbing in that di rectlon we have seen which has at templed to assume a legal shape, in a long time. Section 1 provides tbat it shall be un lawful for any person or persons to set up or keep any sort of house of Ill-repute or assignation. Section 2 provides for punishment, by One and imprisonment, any person or persons who shall violate section 1. Section 3 diflnea tbe intent of section 1. Section 4 makes It misdemeanor, punishable by fine, for therlwDer or agent of any bouse or ten ement to rent, lease or ortherwlse per mlt any premises to bo used for tbe pur- named in section 1. Iher ordinauce very properly pro- jpmvide eflectually against any arrylng aay.ort of concealed pAJsv tbXV a prostitute, at lew&Vmmra shall stand or iaMaiaatbeopn uoor or winnow o...

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. — 29 January 1880

SPi Sew xtymsi THURSDAY JANUARY 29, 1880. L0OAL jSJ&wS. Xo. 4.'b etrglue Js agalu ready for service. The Mercury ihswI He appearance lest autmay. The first through train for Oirvnllia lei l Una city yesterday ilernHi, Darvin ami Thorn, the IliastoiiUtx, have returned from tue&ouiMi country. Mrs. Isabel Jlaker has been appointed a teaeber in the Iorth School. She Is from the East. The Young Men's Hebrew ApsooU- i i pave a plwisaut entertainment on ruml..y evening. i'l e imifce captains reuort that dttl t Jir m-u apply to them at thejall. every i h i iur lougings. Mr. J. M. Ten BohcIi and Ml Mary '. I Layer were married at tlie l'itly- t-rmu ouureli last evening. t hi. licenses collected for the first ouartesrnf the present year amount to i w,iwi or It from saloon-. A young American. Edward Wlne- ' . lias been convicted In the Police i.rt of keeping an opium lHue. "r W. A. Beaumont Is taking the - id ecnooi cliliuren. Tne work v i!l require About two weeks more. Hr Sbelley has...

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. — 29 January 1880

e Sem THURSDAY. JANUARYS, 1SS0. HILLUCIl'H At! CM) II. A XlBBlt OF THE I'ABTISO TEAR. tTliIs elegant poem, by Sam L. Simpson, is IwMhW by reouast. though not appropriate at this time. En. New Nohthwkst.J r. The cryt.tle petal at roeeel buor The remertbtsTedearHi telttMey " And Ibe world i wh Itr with sugel flowers. And rwrlwwH f.lT)lini. For tlie ywLU mouM'riug la ab ard ember. And tbe wild, wan face o.lrer December is writ wllD a nmHramiii. ' 'fe. - Ai sonnet anf dawn, WTfb'cftajiieU meetly C,arnlsli,tlia golden day. , And the bToVfK e Irfertislered sweetly With the blossom ol lMUCiiosl,MBy Tii stars still shake from 1 Iteir curflng tresses "Y pw wuwviutHj uressas To kiDsdom that passes away. i The grand old msvreait, th deleter quiet. Forsook tberealms they won. Ami MHMrwrfJeariaUbe-wBeiMne flat, 3 (kM forth discrowned aiirione In tli solemn night, M vet hereafter 'ine yean vHH ma law wltfa moan OMaorfclar Till all hi over and done. Once more, H may be no jiiore forever, Let u cro...

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 March 1880

0 $ctu Serines. MSItUI riBMWmG-niMPAXY, Prsprktor A Joarnal for the People. Devoted to tbe Interests or Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radleal la Opposing and Bxposlos tb Wron-j or tbe Masaes, CorreiondenU writing over assumed signa tures must make known ilielr naiaeo to Inn Kdltor.or no attention will be given to tljeli xHamuHlcatk)os. more of hard work, and tbe victory will be ours. That your deliberations may be spir ited and harmonious aud your labors abundantly successful, la the earnest wish of yours In the cause of universal freedom, fraternally, Jno. A. Collins. LETTEE EEOM NEvTyoEK. OFFICK COK. KaOKTt Wa&hikotoxStbebts TBBXS, IK ADVANCE : Om rear.. Its is mx sag ie Puna Speech, Fbek Press, Fhee Pmople. IT'VKUTWKIIENTS Inverted oo Seasona ble Tenon. VOX.XJ1M23 IX. l'OKTLAND, OKEGON, TJ IXJItSDAY, MAKCII -X. V MRS. HARDIN E'S WILL. Bt 4.BIGAJL SOOTT IHJXIVAY, AVTHOB T "JOTHTH WU," B4EI DOWD," "XMnt AND HKHKT m," "T...

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 March 1880

THURSDAY. -MARCH -i, 1680. THE PUBLIO SCHOOLS. Tlie tax-payers of Sehool District No. 1 have spoken. In vehement tones they have declared that the public schools shall be sustained ; that the monopo lists' ring shall not undermine our eys tem of free education ; that the High Sehool shall not be overthrown In the Interest of sectarian school ; that the wealthy classes shall not establish and perpetuate an aristooraey. In the meet ing at the Court House on last Monday evening, the large majority of the tax payers said a 4J-niill tax was and Is nec essary to maintain the schools during the coming year, and they enthusias tically voted it. Also, they appointed a committee to Investigate the charges preferred against the schools by the Orcffonian, the mouthpiece of the oppo sition; and the "only newspaper" ad mits the unfairness, not to say falsity, of Its accusations, by declaring the ex amination "quite unnecessary." Yet the Ore-gonian, after this admission that It made its attaok wit...

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