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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 6 May 1880

iTl 1 THURSDAY MAY 6, 1880. LOCAL IEV8. ' lb. Win Wafers baa been appointed sjssjwtsj u. n. jnanoat. A targe Dumber of Vancouver people wen in tne city Monday. There are nftw ninety-nine licensed Ik nor saloons in Portland. The delinquent tax roll fur 1879 ia ery small, Ueiujr only $6,737. John M. Morpliy, of the Olympia Standard, returned home yeeterday. The new steamer Columbia will sail from New York for Portland direct next Batarday. Hon. M. C. George opened bis politi cal eampaigu at Jacksonville last Mon day night. The excursion of Willamette Co. No. 1 to Corvallis last Suodsy was largely attended and very anecessfol. A ftmnd excursion from Philomath, Corvallis and other Interior towns, to Portland, will take place next Saturday. Mr. Josiah Melvin, an old settler of Oregon, died near St, John's Saturday morales;. He cade to Oregon in 1846. Judge Deady has appointed J. II. Woodward to act as chief supervisor of election under the Federal election law. Owing to the so perior fin...

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. — 6 May 1880

THURSDAT r.MAY 6, IS80. How I Lost Eosanna. I am a post office clerk, and my name is Mowden. I bad occupied my present position about a year when X became acquainted with my ever-dear Rosanna. It liappeued in this wise I mention the particulars at the risk of being thought egotistical, because she was the first youthful member of her sex with whom I bad ever become aequain't-d, and also because it is so pleasant to re call even the most trival events con nected with one so very dear to me. My mother, who is a notable hou-e wife, had been In the habit of pnrchas i or eggs of a neighbor, a couple of blocks away. I have bestltated about men tioning the name of this person, fearine that it might, in some way, seem to reflect upon my dearest Itoeenna ; but then, truth is truth and candor is ean inr, and if anybody would think less of Uosanna because of her Hibernian ap pellation, his good opinion is not worth courting. The uame Is Flaherty. As a matter of coarse, I went frequently to Mrs...

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 May 1880

extMm$ BUM WAT ITKUSHINU COIttaT, risttrf V A Joniaaforjthe People. ' i I I'l JUasnsDdajBMtHnolltias Jleliglolun OFMCK-Co.Fo:rrWABHinG-ro.NSTKKiET8 TEEMS. IX ADVANCE: One rear Rli monlbs Three months ADVERTTSESIEX" ble Termi. -ts 00 . 1 SO -100 I'irlo! on nr.- " .. ' r' Prke SrsecK, Fuee Pbbss. Phee Pbople. MRS. HARDINE'S WILL Br ABIGAIL .SCOTT DTJXTWAY. AUTHOR Or "JUDITH BKID," "EUD MTB," "AXIS ASD 1IES11V I.CK," "THE UAl'fV U'lUF.," "IllflJ KOKBISOS," "rACT.KATr ASDFASJCT," eti., nr., rrr. Entered, according lo Art roller. -, In Uie year I87II, In the office or (lie I.IUmr! in of Con gress at Washintrton, D. '. fit API LP. XX !. A M-IW AIUUVAI.. John Ingle ton returned to l.W aieter'a home Mid hurriedly re-packed hi knap' sask. Tlrzab watched him narrowly, bnt furtively. She had dreaded the final result of the interview between the old- time lovers; but her dread had been baed upon a different conjecture from that which now filled her with fear and trembling. John Hardiue, whose v...

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 May 1880

THURSDAY.. ..MAY 13, 1880. A JIa Sleeting; Tor All Women lib Wnut to Vote. A Man Meeting for all women who want to vote will be Held at Farwell Hall, No. MS Mad lson street, between Clark and La &Kle, Chi cago, m., Wednesday, Jane 2d, 180, at 10 A. x.. iao ami 8 p. nf Kverj woman In the United Stales who sees or bean of this call Is isost earnestly Invited to be present at the meeting, irthls l impos sible, ne l urged to aend a letter or a postal card, with her name and wlah expressed In her briefest and strongest manner, addressed to Euuhth Cast Stamtok, President W. & A., No in 'West Lake St., Chisago, IIL Letters or postals sore to reach Chicago on June M, can be addressed to Farwell Hall Now, let as reeetTe at least SUM metals. and let) them be tent In ample time to reach our meeting at Harwell Hall In The best speakers In the United Slates will be present. Oar delegate will proceed from this meeting to the Itepabllean Nominating Convention, to present oar demand for the...

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 May 1880

. KAY 1$, 1880. LOOALJTEWB. lira. Sr. Nonage leaves for tbp East A Rod and Gun Ciab ba been or ganised in this city. Dr. Bowlby. of Forest Grove, was in in otty on Tuesday. W. R. Danbar. Esq., of Goldeodale, W. T., bas been iu the city tbis weak. Tli nl nrnnxxls of the tWO entertain Menu by the Olympic Clnb were $000. Senator G rover and his wife are both wider treatment at Wilmington, jmm ware. The eenaos enumerators of MMtoo- mab are all Republicans except w. J. Kelly. A "Javenile Pinafore" is promise.! at Mrs. McLennan's benefit to-morrow evening. Uim Sarah Tutbill appeared for tbe lost time on Saturday before a row sod Mr. E. B. Watson, one of tbe Repob lican candidates for Supreme Judge, is la tbe city. Hon J. F. Caples will deliver the oration at the Htate f air ou tue round of July this year. Messrs. Bynon & Steel, or tbis city, are engaged in getting up a business di rectory of tbe State. Tbe railroad and steamboat companies will Issue half-fare tickets to and from Portl...

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 May 1880

THURSDAY-, ..MAY 15, I860. The Oyrtennan'g Daughter. "OT itot weahy ixr waxi. nonra." There Is many a queer little town in Esglaud tliat is seornfuliy iuditTereut 10 the fact of its being the 19th century, and ie quite contest to be two or tit roe hundred years behind tbe time. Such towns lay, f omireffbll the great rail way traeke and out of Hie tourist's way, though tbey are better worth visit lug tbta many famous cities. For Instance, no traveler dreams of going to Wbitetable, and yet tbere is no place like it in all tbe world. An ancient, well-to-ilof independent little town, whose sturdy freeholders are all botmd together by ties of blood, mar riage and capital ; an incorporated com pany of oyster-dredgers, where all the members are equal, where all work to gether, and of which it can be proudly said,' "Xo one that ever belonged to It begged a loaf of bread." When I was a girl oo a visit to Can terbury, I found out this queer commu nity, circled by tbe bright, green bills of Ke...

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. — 20 May 1880

0' t BIMWAT f BBUMUB OUXrUNY, FrwMere Adjournal for the People. Devoted to the Interests or nnmanlty. Independent In Polities and Religion. Alive to all live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical in Opposing and Exposing tbe Wrongs of tbe passes. OFFICE-Co n-PaosrAWAsnmoToitTBErre TBBHH, IX ADVANCE : i mi i ttt- 35 : ' Z- . . .S fcS One year Kix uoqUu Taree months.. . .1)10 .. I SO . 1 IN ADVERTISEMENT inserted on ble Term. ' MRS. HARDIN E'S WILL. Br ABIGAIL SCOTT DDUTWAT, AUTBOK OT "JUDITH RXIO," "KU.BK OWB,' "A"I AJfI HEURT UsV "TSTB KAfrr HOUR," "ADOB OBMBOJI," "FACT. FATK AKD FAKCV." nr., m, rrr. Entere4,aeeordlOK to Art of Congress.ln the year 183, 1st the office or the Librarian or uon creas at Waafciflgton , D. C.) CHAPTER XXVII. Ait old rsnEso. The night wu already gathering to gether ber darkening shadows now, mmI the wind clouds betokened an approach lac rain. The dim high way wound around the foothill and lost itself in the dark green forest, tiiat strelcltet! away toward the mo...

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. — 20 May 1880

THURSDAY-... MAY 20, 1SS0. a juht. Jirtuni; lop All Women who nant to Vote. A Maes Metlng for alt women who want to vote will be hold at Farwell Halt, Xo. IIS Mad- ison street, between Clark and LaKalln.nhi eago, III., -Wednesday, June Jd, lsso, at 10 A. M., ' uuueutsiaies who sera or sears 01 uiis call la most earnestly Invited u ue present at the meeting. If ibis is Impos sible, she is orged to send a letter or a postal card, with her name and wish expressed In her uneiesi ana strongest manner, addressed to Elizabeth Oadt Staston, President 2f.W. 8. A., Ko 4Tfi West Lake St.. Chlcaeo. Ill Letters or postals sure to reach Chicago on jane zo, can be addressed to Farwell Hall. 2fow, let as recelveat least 29103 postals, and let them be sent In ample time to reach our meeting at Farwell Hall In season. The best speakers in the United States will w present. Our delegates will proceed fmm this meeting to the Republican Nominating Convention, to present our demand for their insertion or ...

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. — 20 May 1880

1 . -MAY SO, 1880. L00ALHEW8. Ou Mattiday evening, a Young M ;u' jjemocrftUtt uiuD was orgauize-1. Eat Portland's city election will be held on live tnlnl Monday In June. Vietlanea Hook and Iarkler Crwipsny vrauU batten provided fur the Hayea track. The Mechanic.' Pavilion has palil dividend of 10 per cent, and baa money in the treasury. Mr. Jobn Rock, of lb Oregon City Enterprise, Rave lira New aOKTHakst office a pleasant eall iM iroiay. Mr. T. B. Merry, of The Dallea Inlaml Empire, baa been nominated by the Democrat fur the office of State Printer. Owine to the superior finiali ami excel leuce of work, Abel I stands pre-eminent aa a photographer. u:ve lilm s eall. Dr. Woi. Weatberford, one of Ore aoa' videlv-knowu iiioiieers. diel in tbls ciiy ou Monday. His age was 65 years. The uaine of the Oreeon Railway Cempanr. Limited, baa been changed to me uregouian luilway uompany, unflted. Mis. Mary Morran, wife of Mr. H, Morgan, ex-Cbief Engineer of tbe Port land Fire Department, died I...

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. — 20 May 1880

,.MAY20, I860. THE VISE. BY KM. V. O. BTZER. "Except y abide in the Yin" Jesus. From the Infinite kingdom of love, A cress tbe sweet Irittol the blest, Where the sn and unselfish In heart Abide Hi the shadowless ntX, Steals over tiie lyre of my soul A strain of this poem divine, "Ye cannot bear fruit In yourselves. Except ye abide la the Tine." I list to the chime of the bells That calls the believer to 'prayer. As Its story of worship a lells To the treianloos horde of the sir, While the wail oi ilietoennged. and oppressed Breaks Into each wave of Its time. And I ask if Ibe flttob of to-dar !sa branch of this love-throbbing vine; The vine that forever shall lire That abeliers the weary and worn That eomtorVaad nimnor doth give To thedesBlats-hmrtfd and shore; That, sweeter than breath of the flowers, And warmer than heart of the wine, Reveals, by Us life-giving powers, How folly It feeds on the vine. I see the prond teacher upraise His bands to the Father above, In prayerful and re...

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. — 27 May 1880

)t lm Settles! BBVIffiT rbBLUHia'O OBUFASY, r-repricters' A Journal forthe People. , Devoted to tbe Interests of Humanity. iBdepaodeot In Polities and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly" rout teal in Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs of the Masses. OrncB 0m.FaTA WASHtMOTOMSrsBan TOTtiS, IX ADVANCE : Oas "-ear. IN SIX IN i m Three months Correspondent writing ever &f8ned lc na tures most make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to tbei ADVBBTISEM ENTS Inserted OB POTtTIiAlVD, OREGON, THTJESDAY, MAY 1880. 3VTJ3I23ER, 37. Me' communications. ii .hi ctf 4 Btrf mtt tat I t- c. Mr Vnr T!? irea Vn Tvnn MRS. HARDINE'S WILL. By ABIGAIL SCOTT DOXIWAY, AtrraoK or "joditk ," "bixsk hows," "AMIS ASS UBT I.KK," "TWK MAPPT Oil," "KAMI JIOKBIMK,' "r ACT, r ATB AMD rAJKT," arc ktc. jctc Entered. according to Act of ConfreM, la the Tear I87, In theofHce or the IJbnrisH of Cos Kress at Washington, D. C CHAPTER XXVni. A DBCADB AJTD A HALF. Tue reader Is now...

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. — 27 May 1880

hc xtcvj forth THURSDAY. ..MAY 27, 1880. TEE OBEEM WOOD WILL OABE. Tills moch-Ulked of cage, which Jeop ardized tlie sacred right or all mothers to protect from want those of llieircbtl- uren who have uniformly treated them witu Kindness; a case that, hy a trans parent subversion of the aims of iusiir has get aside the most aaored testamen tary devise of a wise and Judicious moiner tiirough quibbles that do not reacn tue exalted station of even a cun-ningly-devieod fable: this case. wharein tbe most flagrant outrage on record has robbed a faithful daughter of what her deceased mother knew was but the hon est reward of her unfailing filial devo tion, ami, in spite of tbe wisest precau tions of tbe mother to avoid it, has placed tbe proceeds of her motherly wisdom, thus wrested from the faithful daughter, into tbe hands of a miserly, rich and licentious son, thereby adding the mother's valuable homestead (whloh bhe willed to the indigent daughter) to the son's previously large inherit...

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. — 27 May 1880

-4. ' t THURSDAY., -MAY 27, 18S0. L0CALKEW8. The Standard appear In iu new dress, JUeoo rat toil Day win be oowved at Vaoooaer on Monday, May SUt. Th Board of Direct on of the Mechan ic1 Fair eooaiats ol eleven members. The hi Kb water has forced Hodge, Uavlg & Co. to vacate llieir basement. The Democratic County Convention ia being beta to-day in tbe Court House It ia announced that there will be Koine horse-racing at Hiltaboro to-mor row. The bark Margaret HeeM ha cleared for LlTerpool wKb a cargo valued at A dwellinc on North Fifteeotli iMt P aueets was destroyed by nre on Toeada' morning. Mr. . E. Heriff, of the Walla Walla Union, is in the city. His wife aeeotn pauita him. The cornaBeneement exercises of Pa cific University, Forest Grove, will he held next week. A picnic will be given to-morrow at " Canyon Gardens by the Colored Immi gration Aid Society. A San Jose Club has been -organized in Portland by former residents of the pretty California city. The Portland Library 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. — 27 May 1880

THURSDAY -jUAX 27, 1830. TBiWsriocnuD. y r,T JIBS. rLATT. Almost al&ld they led her In (A dwarf more piteous bom could Sn8); Witbered-ea son weird leaf; and thin. The mow and waa aad blind. Into lite minor with a smile Not vain lo be to fair, but glad The South-born painter looked the while. With ejes than, Christ's alone Jeai sad, Mother of God," in pale surprise He whimpered, "What am I to paint r A voice that sanded from the skies 8ald to him: "Raphael, a saint." Bhe sat before him In the sub; ' He scarce eookt look at her, aad sue WassUllaadsltent. J'It tsilone," HesaM; "Ofc.oaUlhe wostd IomV Ah, thai was she In veriest tenth TrsneiasidMtrt fcee aad haloed hair: The beamy hf dtvlsest jwtk, Divinely beautiful, was there. Herself ha her picture passed Hetaeir and not her poor dlasaise Made op of tine and dost. At last One saw her with the Master's cares. THE LAKE'S rOSTKE-MOTHKK. A panridceToatntHE ojr& ftetd, Espied a neat hat half concealed Br glasses avetgtowir, And fro...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 June 1880

r - - 3 s1 ncim vi rnutm (whim.w, prprittor A Journal for the People. Devoted to tbe Interests or Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrong of tha Masses. OFFICE Cor. Fmokt A WAshi-voi ok Stkketm TKRXA. IN ADVAXCR : set One year , six moBUu Three months i m ie I) VKRTLSEJtK-V T.-i Inserted tw Hansona- ble Terms. MRS. HARDIN E'S WILL. Br ABIGAIL SCOTT OOHIWAY, ACTHOB OF. "JUDITH KMB," "EU-KN SOWD,' "amik amd amr mw," "the MAPrr BOMB," "KAM3B XORMSO," "FACT, FATE AKD FANCY," KTC., BTC, ETC (Entered, according lo Art of Congress, In t year 1871, IntbeonW of the Librarian or uoo (Tew Washington, Ik CJ CM AFTER XXIX. THE SENIOR KAKDUiE'S WILL When a good rasa dies, tbe very at mosphere aroond Ida decomposing tab ernacle of eiay is burdened with sorrow No matter if for years be lias beeu an unproductive piece of dilapidated hu man macbloery, and a consequent bur deo upon the bounty of bis loved ones;...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 June 1880

..JUNE 3, 1SS0. THE COUNTY TICKETS. Mr. Jeflery, ono of the Democratic nominees for tbo State Senate, Is a wormy citizen, has had some experience in public affaire, and Is a man of pro gressive ideas. Were it not that liis uamo figures slightly In tho report of me .Legislative Investigating Commit tee of 1878, hl3 chances of election would be good. Mr. J. S. Keller, his colleague, Is a butcher and packer, and also a worthy citizen; but he Is possessed of none of the qualifications which are re quired in a legislator. Now that we have a chance to contrast the Demo cratic with the Republican nominees, Messrs. WatBonand Simon, we unhesi tatingly pronounce In favor of tho latter gentlemen. Of the Democratic nominees for Rep resentatives, we can only say that we Know none of them, but have beard nothing derogatory to their characters. The nominees for County Commission ers are also strangers to us. Mr. B. L. Norden, the present Iucum bent, is a candidate for re-election to the Shrievalty...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 June 1880

JU2TE 3, 1SS0. LOOALJfEWS. Henry YIIImiI 1ms goue to San Fran eiaeo. Qovernor Thayer has commuted (he 8mmamf three more convicts. ThateBHliip Colombia has arrived U K4 JSHMro in uood coiiuiuon. The Mechanic' Fair will be held frooi October 9tb to 23d, Inclusive. The Republicans will indulge In a rat Ideation meeting on Saturday night. Tax VUiaehoer is amonz the cradu ate of St. Aoguetloe College, Benlcla, CaL Tbe Republican Stale and ooonty Uekete appear in our advertising col trans. Read tbe-Juoe annouuaeraeut of OUIh A King, of tbe popular Third street Btora. The Republican meeting at East Port land on Tuesday evening was well at tended. Tbe Unitarian Sunday School picnic will bo Held on Saturday, the 12th Ineteut. Ameta for May, 199 : drunk and dis orderly, 111. A strong temperance ar gument. A young man named Haight is under howls for threatening to kill a Mrs. Reynold. Examinations at tbe Bishop Scott Grammar School are being conducted tbte week. Tbe 1'ortUnd Rowing Association...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 June 1880

-fPje stillest THURSDAY JUNE 3, 1S60. Original. A TE1U'.C SO.G. BY HB6. M. E. Q. Tone, "Hold the Part." See the temperance has Bar mi vine. Heat the waiting 017 Of mothers, -wives and MMn,4lemllnc, "Oh! Irom the wlne-cof) Hyt" CHOKtK. Hear, oh bear Tour lovd uvea calling! Do not tars awsr; Break ike fetters ef the drunkard; Do no longar stay! Leave the ranks of ata and sorrow; Flee from tbe drnHkardl doom; Loving hearts are pleading for you, ' Tendei 1 j saylBg,"Ooa.' Chorus. Oome and swell ottr lMrd of workers; Help ui the fight to win; tjouls an bowing down In darkness, steeped ta bUctestatn. (Chorus.) 1 ben hold the temperance banner higher. Nor trail It In the dust; Fllnc oat the emblem, fellow-worker; Conquer the tee we moot. Chorus. . YlArUL YEESES. BT I HESS. An oak and viae grew near together; The Ivy hent&Bdlwtned and curled Around a Basel's Identity braoobes. And lived at peace with all the world. The oak tree. In Its sturdy grandeur. Enamored of the cringing Tine, Say...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 June 1880

BBMW4T PBBLlJUO OOMPAST, rrptlJo A Journal for the People. -Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Polities and Jtellglon. Alive to alt Live Issues, and Thoroughly orriCB Coit.FBONTJb'W'AnmroTOKriiisns Radical In Opposing and Exposing tbe Wrongs of the Masses. . TEtUtg, IK ADVAXCK : Joe yaw,- Six moatk T irea months- HH ice ice Free Speech, FnnE Peess, Free People. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to the Bdllor.or no attention will be given to the!' A.UVKBTISEUKNTU laserled on Kouou PORTLAND, OKEGON, TIZTJXISDVY, JTHVE lO, 18SO. NTJ3IBER 30. communications. - - MRS. HARDIN E'S WILL. Br ABIGAIL HOOTT DOKIWAY, author or "jcditk man," "m-iiuf now. -AMU Atlfl HBNKV LPHV "THE HAHPY HOME," - KAfE VOKSUSOX," FACT,FAT AVD FAJTCT," ETC, JCTC., KTC Katered.aeconllnK to At of Ooncrr w,1n the year lint. In thauffiee or the IJbnu-iaii f Con gress at Washington, I. . CHAPTKR XXX. A JCDOaVM AUYICK. Peter Tubbs was determined lo tils pule Hie...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 June 1880

.....JUNE W, I8S0. THE ELEOTIOF. The Stele election resulted in a com plete victory of ability over mediocrity and honesty over roguery. The returns are not yet lu from the distant counties, but enough Is known to warrant the as sertion that M. C. George leads While- aker over 1,000 voles, and that Kelly and Prim, who have disgraced the Su preme Court,-are worse beaten than "Honest," bigoted, unprogresslve John The women of Oregon may well exult over the result not that the Republican party lias carried the day, but that George, who is a firm advocate of Indi vidual freedom without regard to sex, will be in Congress for the next two years, and that they can depend on his assistance whenever their cause is be fore the body of which he Is a member. And again have they cause to rejoice that Kelly and Prim, who have robbed the heirs of capable business women on specious pretexts, and who have set aside the law of dower, allowing a hus band's debts to cat up this most sacred legaoy In di...

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