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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 4 March 1880

MARCH'4, 18S0 LOOALJiEWS. Old & King's clearance sale still con linaea. The City Ouuciluieii aie in favor of a rity Hall. E. 6. KenrHey Is Jlriiiwl a Ow- Ron's U. S. Manual. "Rilr" will Im reheated at Kew Market Theater to nlgut. The Oregon Mutual In-uranee Com lraov will withdraw from iHisiueaS. The Scandinavians cave a lame party at Armory Hall on sattiruay nigut. Jan. Grahamslaw, a Hhip carpenter, Is inisits;- oupposeu to nave sulenied Tb First-street liuildf nxr which fell in the recent hurricane, is to lie rebuilt. Mrs. L. Cole died in East Portlauil latit week. Stm. wag sHricfcel) w ith w- raiyeis. CapitalteU are sefil to 1k looking for sailaule grounds for a Tor tlam! Agrleiil turat Society. The New Market Theater company appear at Vaneouver to-night in "Hunted Down." Ktae Tlllle Cara there, a lilgtily-re-ppeeied young lady, died In this city on Tuesday evening. Ira F. Bowers' furniture factory, on Water street, between Hall ami Harrl bOH, ta oam plated. fon. J. X Dol4i d...

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 March 1880

)t get tbticsi THURSDAY.. -MARCH 4, 1690. BE CAr.tvFlL. In speaking of a person's faults. Pray dost forget roar own: Rmmbn these In nouses glass Shoo hi sever throw a stone. If we have Bottling else to do Bat talk ot those who sin, Tls better we commence at lioroe. And lrom ttitti point begin. W have bo right to Judge a man Until he's fsuriy tried; Should we not like hi company, We know the world la wide. Some may have tasuts-aud who bat not ' Tbe old as well a young; We mar, pet bans, for aught we know. Have fifty to their one. I'll tell yon of a batter plan, And Hod It work full well: T try my own deetetsfoeare Belore of othen tell; And tboucto 1 HHnalamet hop to be No wore than tne I bv, lljr own shortcomings bM me lei Tte malts of others go. Then let us all, when we commence To slander friend or foe. Think of tbe harm one word may do, To those we lKlle know; Remember, curses sometimes, like Our ebteltens, "roost at burner Don't sneak of others' faults until Weliave none ot oar o...

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 March 1880

i BU.MHAV PUBIUIUNG BBUI'i.M', rroprlflsr A Journal for tbe reople. Devoted lo Uts Interests of Humanity. iBaependaat In Polities ami Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thorough I -Itadlea! In Opposing and Kxpoaine th' Wronas of toe Masses. O PTICK Oof y host i W ak I no-jo xSt ii mn TKKM8, IX ADYATCK : Qae tt Biz raoathi Three month .Si -1 m . 1M Tnmx Spbeob, Free Pishss, Fkek I'boi-i.k. A.rVKHTI3EMKNT inmrted on Reasona ble Term. POTtTXVIVX), OREGON, TirURSDAY, MAJROU 11, lSSiO. NUMBER, 20. MRS. HARDIN E'S WILL. Br ABIGAIL SOOTT DCKIWAY. actbob op "jcorra a-n," "niu own,'' "AMIS AKD llUir LBB," TKS HAPPT BftMK," "badge wnnsw," "rACT, FATB AXD FAKCT," CTCt KTC. RC Entered, aocordiag to Act of Congress, In the year 171, In the oafee of the Librarian of J5on rrtu at Washington, IX C.J CHAPTBB ZVIL JOBX f HOI IIM- AOAIV. And ow. good reedsr, while John Bad Tirnsb Hard ins are persuing tbelr long and tiresome way across the continent, and Mrs. 'Squire Ingleton Is struggling bravel...

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 March 1880

4- THURSDAY. .MARCH 1, 1880. TEE SOHOOLELEOnOH. Toe issue to be decided last Monday at Uie elect iou was avowedly High School or no High Seliool ; but really it was a fight for the existence of oar en tire oo t mo a reboot system. Ttie peo ple triumphed, ami tlte attack on public education is quelled, for a time, at leant. The enemy, who anticipated an easy rapture of the High School, and wbo L J.isd to overthrow the-entire system if tbey could win the first battle, are dl c profited and baffled. With all the care they exercised in preventing an expres sion of their candidate's views, and tlte e'' rls made to qnietly Ret control of tbe directorship, tbey And themselves nut In the cold. That their intentions were properly understood, is proved by tbe admlestou of the Oregonian that ' the vote whleb Mr. Xorthrep received represents the growing protest against the system as it stands, and is moreover a declaration in favor of retrenching iL" Hie great morning paper draws eouso latien f...

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 March 1880

THOB8DAY MARCH 11, 1S lAOALNEWB - City taWWlU be delinquent after!. Next Wednesday will be St. Patrick s - The "Esther" entertainments nttte.1 $723 30. City, Slate and Presidential eleeii-n this year. CM. A. B. Me&cham is now a teuj-r-oee lecturer. Two eosi panics of U. 8. Ii.fanlry ailed for 8m Francisco oa the Elder. The eoasenisaary stom-lMHiae at Van- eoaver baa been bornea. is. New bonks are being constantly re eel veil and lidded to tbe Portland li brary. F. L. ItcCoreaick is efecUne a resi des on Seventh and Washington treeta Isaac Arnold baa been appointed . irandrnaater bylbe Folioe Uaaiu loners. A snore complete system nf kerpiir; the books of till! sebool district uas oeao ordered. Judge Bellinger baa appnii 'cl Tut day, April 9lHb, as tbe day for banging Ah Lee. Rate of tuition In oar public eclmtls for non-residents is tbe triatrial have been increased. There are 3S1 pupil attending the East Portland public sebool a large in crease over 1879. Mr. Jieisney-er. tbe po...

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 March 1880

-.MARCH 11, 1880. OVEKCOUl.NG. BT ADELAIDE STOUT. "There are those who linvr stein awl vnn quisbed gtstiU, and, law doing, have won the strengin ot we ceuquereu 10 tBetaeeives." Only thread lace, white and dainty As the treeery of tbe frost. Only whits, snowy kerchief O'er tbe quiet bosom eroaved ; These were all the lieltn or buckler That the saintly woman wore. Who had looked on giant, face to face. And slain them at her dour; She had won the strength of each. Wen the skill and erase to teach. Others hands to dare to grapple With Ute giants that uprise. With boM front and cord-like sinews. Before the timid, dreamy eyes. Hers It was to watch the wrestler's White arms crow more firm each day: Corded thro' with stronger sinew Were tbe hands that toon should slay "Olanls" at the very sill Shadowy outlined ones that All, With a vscue terror, Umid souls Or the well defined that stand. With a visage grim and frowning. And with sinewed, lifted hand. Mauj ugut loose siieni names; l'hey cou...

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 March 1880

f) Ji)e Hen kmfymsl. A Journal tor tbe People. Devoted to tbe Interests of Ilamanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing tbe Wrongs of the Masses. BilSlWU FEBIUHISG UOUlU.Yr, Proprietors OFFICE OOB-FBOHTAWaBHINOTONSTREBT TBRMB, IN ADVANCE : MM " 1.-1 Three months.. 1 OS ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasons ble Terms. MRS. HARDIN E'S WILL. By ABIGAIL SCOTT DCNIWAY, AOTHOft or "JUDITH ItEID," "ELMCt IW," "AMII AD HBtiaY MX," "tB HAPPT HOME," " KADCI KOKKISOX," 'Tact, rjkTi axd fasc-v," KTC., ETC. KTC I Entered, according to Act of Congress, In (he rear IK, In the ofnoe of the Librarian of Con gress at Washington, D. C.J CHAPTER XYIU. pkbkto. cmaxob. The early moruiug brought a welcome change into tlio dull eanip life ut tbe military poet. LieutesaBt Ingleton was astir at Uie Jay dawn, under tmlsrs to draw largely from tbe choicest reserve Mores of the commissary department preparatory to furnishing a feast for ...

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 March 1880

g!jc Hen? $ufywz$i THURSDAY.. MARCH 18, 1860. THE WILLIAMS-DABIELS GOSSIP. Every reader of Oregon uowspapers has learned long ere this that one Thomas Daniels, of Albany, accused Mr. L. L. Williams, of DougIa9 county, of "running away" with Mrs. Daniels last Summer. We know nothing of air. Williams, and mtleof Mrs. Daniels, and only cotnmeut on the matter be cause it involves principles of vital im portance to every woman in the State. We learn that Mr. Williams has been a friend of Mrs. Daniels aud her father's family for twenty-five yearn or more. Last Summer he left their house (as he has often done before) aud went of! to the Rocky Mountains upon business or pleasure. Because Mrs. Danlols hap pened to leave home on a visit to her mother's Ister about that time, Mr. Daniels, in a sudden fit of chronic jeal ousy, or, which is far more probable, a fit of cbrouic meanness, proceeded to Al bany and caused the serious charges re ferred to in this artiole to be published in the Democra...

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 March 1880

V THURSDAY MARCH 18, 1880. LOCALJ.Ew'S. G. A. R. suciai to-morrow eveuing St. Patrick1 Day was appropriately celebrated yesterday. The Danes of Portland have organized a social and literary society. The Cliff House at Oreu City partially banted on Saturday. It ia probable that Belgian block pave ment will be used ou Front street. Belgian block pavement isUting IniJ on Firat street in front of Uuion Block. Over $1,000 ha been subscribed in East Portland for a new CatlioiicCnurcb. Several persons were baptized on Sun day at the ferry landing in East Port land. The penalties for keeping opium bout.-e and smoking the drug have been in creased. A brewery wagon collide. with and seriously damaged No. 1'a hose cart on Monday. Mr. Barton Hill and Miss Joic Cam erou are giving dramatic readies on the Sound. The Oregon Hallway (Jomiiur.y, L'm itetl, will extern! their road fiuu. S-iitu-field to Dallas. Mrs. La Roque's residence in Ore-ron City was damaged by tire tu lue exleut of $1,000 last ...

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 March 1880

THURSDAY MARCH IS, 1660. roKOEI-lIE-AOr. There crew in some neglected spot A liny blue Forget-me-not, Ho lone nod air. I cullW the flower with mute oarens. More lit Jor angel band to prase. And In Daycare It bloomed awhile and Rave me Joy, The pure and latr-ej ed leader toy Tbeo slumbered deep. Too frail, within the Master! hand My tender dower shall talll expand. And I will keep Within ray heart or heart for aye Toe name, and bat a name to-day Which here I press. A youth light burdened fttill I rove. But "never more shall woman's love Disturb or bless. A Sarcasm of Pate. Ad eleeant looking letter lay in little MiuDie VeJsor'a hand a letter tliat bore h delicious perfume of violets a letter addressed Id a fine flowing hand, nuil tlie envelope of which was tamed with an intricate monogram, that, un less Minnie bad known, she oould never have deciphered as Mrs. Paul St. Eus taee Carrlsoourt's initials. The girl's small, pretty baud grew just a trifle cold and trembling as she took up ...

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 March 1880

1 DB.MVTAT PUBLISHING CoaPASI, Proprietor A Journal lor the Teople. Devoted to the Interests or Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Itadteal In Ocposlng and Exposing the Wenes of tne Masses. OKFICB 09K.FontJ:'Washi.'cotok"!tect TKRMB, IK AOVA2CCK : On yar Sir months Three month MM I aw 1 Correspondent writing over assumed aleut.- iares most make known their names to the ADVERTISEMENTS Insert Reasonav IOTmAIVr, OKEGON, THTOSDAY , J1AI5GII I8SO. Editor, or no attention will be given to then communications. bleTer 1VP Jl 1 ir . Hi 1 I i If I 1 H 1 I IK IH 1 I I I 1 1 I MggM nWWMI II MWII IIIJ III Pill J Tail I IMI . r"RK SPKBCH, FKBE IHB8S, FBE PaOFLE. I MRS. HARDINE'S WILL Bt A BIO All. SOOTT DUSIWAY, author or "jonmc un," "ai-Lit Down," "AM IE AHB MDIT I.EBV "THB NAPIT MOMB," " KAUOK MOKBISOK," "rAer,rAi and fasct," 19C, ETC. XTC. Stared. ace4ia to Act sfConcrefa. In tbe 7fBB, tttm sQler of th Librarian of Crm gm at WatblastM, TJl ...

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 March 1880

THURSDAY MARCH 25, 1880 THE 0EE00N0ITY PHATID. It appears, after nil, that the tax payers of Oregon City are to be swin dled out of their choice for School Di rector. Mr. Welch was declared elected by John Myers and Peter Paquet, a ma jority of the Board of School Directors (the various Boards being the judges' of eleetlon in their respective districts). To accomplish this result, they threw out nine lawful ballots; hot Mr. Norrie, having received a majority of votes, commenced fulfilling the duties of (be office. The School Clerk refused to pay a warrant signed by Mr. Norris and an other Director, and Judge Bellinger was petitioned for a writ of mandamus to compel b(a to do so. The Judge refused the petition, on the ground that a writ of inaudamus is not applicable to the caie. If the writ were granted this time, It would sot deter the clerk from luterpeslug objections whenever a war rant signed by Korrie is presented. The returns In Welch's favor eau only be re versed by a judicia...

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 March 1880

I S Tw v v ,- x rHUB8DAY .MATtOH 25, !8S0. WJOAlJiEWS. lb. X H. Lurla anivt I I y the Cali fornia. Tfca wreck of lb ptlbarree was w!d CapaW Use will be delinquent aft-r April Wt. The Kinros carried awsj a emro . i oarf at $88,872. ' Indications are tUat the June il d will k wry high. ' TheCouuell is "eras; urged t:rtilblt ball-play lug Id tle streets. Tbe Democratic primaries last Silur day appeared to be liarmouioos. The shin Stacbound carried auav to England $06,148 worth of m heat. St. Matthew' Chapel, la ue soailiero part of the city, la nearly onmpieiu W. B. Carter (Stale Printer) and wife are asaorg the faWoruia paeuvuReru. OmpUlut is mule that paper nr.il is not promptly delivered Hi t ar riera. Il Is rumored that a new asvltiR" will soon begin business with ample capital. The Cil Stirr. vor will lis an awls taut from the 1st of April to the lot of October. Prominent Methodists are dteeaasiug the feasibility of est atoUabio. a outver- sity iu ttiit city. Tbe annual jstaUaw 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. — 25 March 1880

THURSDAY MARCH 25, 1SS0. BII-- WOHDS. Bluer ward?; bow deep tby rankle, striking like a deadly dart. When the lips we love hare buried them Through the armor of Ihe heart. Fraught with folly, toon repented Tnough they may be, yet they lie MM the heart bright bloomtne man, Lite a make that will not die. Oft their sting we strive to banish, Bat, alas! it l In Tata -Bitter word, wbei once they're spoken, Never after lose their pain. Sever after lose their aosaJah, Never after loee their dower: Jost a touch, howe'er JbeyTe bidden. Brings again the old-time power. Many a heart ha km its ImraiM, Many a heart its heaven above. For the words of bluer raeanlttc. Coming from the lips we love. Bluer wards, oh. bluer, bitter Keep them cloe within the breast ; They mtty mar a whole nays music. And destroy a whole life's rest. A Chemist's Courage. The tame moral and pbyileal courage will eh Davy displayed in til a youth by deliberately taking out bis pookel-knife nnd excising a part of bis lee, 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. — 15 April 1880

0 X11T rtllUBUifi OMfAJiY, rrearletsrf A Journal fertile Feople. .Devoted to tbe Interests or Hnmanity. Independent in roltttes and Religion. Alive to alt Live Issues, and Thoroughly Ild!Ml in Opposing and Bxposine tho Wrongs of the Mawes. OFFICE Co a.K0!CTiWiauisiil05STRMTB TKBklSj, IK ADVANCE : Oua year... Six moat Tut atoDUan - IN Fame Speech, Fnr.it In raw, Free People. Otrretfiondents writing over aesasied a'tcna tores mail make known their names to tint Bdttor,or no attention will he glrea to theJi eoraraaoieatloDg. POKTLAND, OREGON) a?IXT7RSIA.Y, PRXL 15, 1SSO. AIlVEKTiaEJCENTS laaarMd Seasona VOjClTMIS X7C. ble Tci MRS. HAROINE'S WILL Br ABIGAIL. SCOTT DI NIWAY. author or "HTDiTw inn," "i.i.ew ." in Am snamv taa," Tarn hamt on." uni wanw," TACT, VATB AM VAMCT," " TC., XTC SXC Enured, aoeotsUng Ckmgreta, t n the year HP, f til r ti Ufcvartaa of Con gress at WaabJncto. D. C CHArTEBXXII. A HIDDEK BOMAaCK. During tbe long black night that fol lowed 'Lice Hardloe'e dread awakenin...

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. — 15 April 1880

4 THURSDAY APRIL 15, 1680. PAETISAHPOERIDGE. Ttie political cauldron is uow simmer ing at a lively rate, ami iu a short time will be boiling furiously. At this writ ing, the fires are burning briskly, with a fair prospect of a yet fiercer beat in tbe sesr future. Ttie Democratic party, wbteh is eblefly famous for never hav ing a new idea of its own and always ready to oppose new issues Iu other parties, lias followed tbe time honored precedent established by iu founders, and led off In tbe business of bellows-blowing and heated Its far traces in advance of tbe slower-burning Repub lican fires. Tbe broth It bas prepared as a political stew for the sustenance of certain "regulars," is a liotcb-potcli of Irreconcilable incongroities. Various members of tbe party have already tasted tbe simmering mixture and con signed It in advance to Salt River. Poor P. P. Prim, whose nomination for Supreme Judge is regarded as a cruel sarcasm by those who know him best, was plaeed in the kettle to at...

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. — 15 April 1880

9 -V THURSDAY . ...APRIL 15, 1880. LOG&L BBWS. A 530 tnnna bell WlTl be iurcUatl for UWAOrUHCMM, The Bine Ribbon Club of East Port land U in m flourishing; condition. The Vancouver steamer does not leuve her dock until ibrre o'clock l. st. Tbewlpuhlica: State Convention 1 befeeld la this city next Wednesday.- Teaay is Uie Hieulh- anniversary of Inn MBiuli ilrnri or .aorntisui uihuib. Hits Sonora WitbereH cleared $111 by the recent benefit at New Market Tbe- Mr. S. 3. Laockshut rooeB to estab lish a produce aiitl clock exchange in this city. Mrs. Joseph Bucblel, of Et Fart laotl, who has b-?ea aerloaaly ill, is enn vaieaelng. The Hayes truck for the Portland Fire uepnrUBent baa been shipped Iron San rranraaco. Grosod of the Oreirou Hallway Ooea pany'a road will be broken at QUvenoo next Mooaay. Ah Lee will be executed at the Court Home next Tuesday, unless Governor mayer interferes. me urand Jury at St. Helens was discharged, there being uo criaaiaal cases to investigate. Dnrtoft...

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. — 15 April 1880

THURSDAY.. .APRIL 16, 1880. THE BACHELOR'S LIST HTJS. Not ot a land, was heard, nor a Joyous note. As mr friend to the bridal we hail hid; a wtt discharged bis farewell Joke, As ' he bachelor went to be married. Wo i:, ante Mm quickly to save lit fright, 'UI Little's hM I Iw ttd MlvfaL lornlne And wo ittghsd as we turned trom the lamp' uia stt 1o think htm not more discerning. To think that a bachelor, free and bright, And hr of the aez as we frand bim. Should there at the altar, at dead of ulrht. Be caught la the snaies that bound htm. Few and short were the words we said. Though af cake and wine partaking; wet snorted him borne rrom tbe aseneol dread While his knees were awfully ahaklng. and sadly we marched htm adown rTOm tSU tfMi Ia tlm lnu.mn.1 Hafv A w bave never heard from nor seen tbe Since we left him alone In his dory. AFTEBOLOVT. (Jrandi nmsaiMr nacaa with slate v tread forwaM aod hack througn the quaint old IVSM, Out or tbe OreUght, dancing and red. Into tbaantheriuK dus...

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. — 6 May 1880

f 1 'lew llactijsse Ilea? ttml DC1W1T rCMfftUSfi raurt.M, Proprietors- OFFICE COB.MNKT V W ASUISOTOS"TKEET TCBM8.IH AVVJaXCK : A Journal for the People. Devoted to tbe Interests of ilumanity. Independent in Politics and Religion. Alive lo all Live Issnos, and Thorough K Radical in Opposing :ad ExposiiK the Wrongs of the Mas-. l ne. year . Six mouths...... rifee month - .! 00 1 " 1: Fui Stbccm, Kbsb.Pbbbb, Kbbb rBoruc Correspondents writing over assumed slguii lures most make known their names to the KdiUHr.or no attention will be given to thai' eouimnnlcations. vvk'ituiku::n r- in-- hie Terns. VOLUME I3C. 'OKTLAXD, OREGON. THURSDAY, JIAY O, 1SSO. MRS, HARD! HE'S WILL. nv ABIGAIL SO0ST SUTNTWA ai-timk or itnrm bbjzs "ki.i.ks i-.w r. "amii: ak nan vat," "rniK hat; WOMB," .X," "rjiCT.rATE aso i v;i y, i it:, rrc, i : (Eoiercd.areoroint: to An i.ft'ucr .lBthe year 18TO,in the office or the Lihrat n of Con gress at Washington, I. f'.l CilAFTEH XXV. 8AVB0 JU T JTXBB. "Dj yon Indeed despis...

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. — 6 May 1880

THURSDAY rMAY 6, 1880. THE PEESIDEKOY. All the men's newspapers of the Na tion, whether big, little, old or youug, are interested at present in President making. Each one speaks with the au thority of irrevocable fiat in favor of its own would-be bright particular star, and io advocacy of its own or lis party's pe culiar proclivities. Some of the Repub lican papers are for Grant, but seem ingly more are for Blaine. The Demo cratic organs are aleo about equally di vided la their ehoiee of candidates, some preferring Tilden and others hurrahing for Field. This Presidential fight Is not the "women's funeral," and they can afford to look on in quiet wonder while these two powerful contestants are wrangling overtlie partisan bones of politics. And yet, they realize that there is an im- .portant significance in the different National ideas of these leading parties that tUe wise woman lias no disposition to overlook. The Republican party rep resent or ought to the idea of the rlghuof the m...

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