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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 June 1880

. v 1 THUB8DA.T JUNE 10, 1890. L0OALKEW8. Captain I 1a. Williams, of KoseUirir. te 1b ttie elty. , 61 Mr. Marette Mayer bu got la New York si a visit. v v.W- BMwll,tatjr'tif Portland, died In Vietorfa on the 3d. The emeus enumerators are rapidly eoRtpleUHg their work. The rata on but Saralay rendered Uie variaew iteaic onfffaasaat. The dosing exetcfees si St. Hel( HU look plmte yaMesday aftertHxta. Th 0moefatl.ata$!, mating on Sat urday ovalng.lawa wellUended. The Qregeti -21tery was eoasltlerakly itMoasai, fire on Saturday eveoinB. On TafaMny. the eloslnc exerels&s of p jfMfci Qratnaiar School were Xrasfcte Howard bax been a- ItAto" SM Uia Standard U awagitaaaw this week, oti account Oa Taiiday morning, Mrs. A. S- Dun J way auirted oa a tour of the I'uget Hound country. WaOOIltnent a deek hand ou the steam w OeJeU, was drawn! at Car- vallte last wesK. A Chinaman was Hoed $96 by Judge CMearMe on sat u rusty lar assaulting mm with a sickle. Thomas Nulty, of Snmmit, on the weet-ei...

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. — 10 June 1880

.msit M, 1S80. JCDGB SOI. Ok, the heart that Ton deem t the llgbtet Mar be neawtly boniencd with para. And tbe sky that you think M the brightest May liaffcnle with etoads and wtth rain. Thee Judge not. And the ones that you call unthinking May be anguished with tnrbalent thought. And the frivolous one may be drinking Prom the depths that are often unsought. Then Judge not. A sharp conflict the sin cometh alter. And the soul with Ms guIH ta oppressed ; Bat Its weeping 1 hidden by laughter, . And Ita longing And voice In a Jest. Then Judge not. And it may be e'en while we are speaking, For oar eye are hopelessly blind. That the one we Judge harshest Is seeking For the good that be scarcely can And. Then Judge not. And as long as Mr knowledge Is guessing. Why not c" set oat ww good 'Plead ol bad? And owrga nine shall Ml as a bl fining Oa the heart that oar Judgment drove mad. Then Judge not. IUIST. MT MHK . VHimKK. A pletere memory brings to me; I look aorosa the y ears and see Myself...

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. — 17 June 1880

$e Mem $ezfym$x. SWAT ril8tIBI,V WUTAXY, l'raprktors. A Journal for the People. Devoted to tbe Interests otHumanlty. Independent In Polities and Religion. AMve to alt Live Issues, and Thoroughly. ICE-COB-FaOHT WASHINBTOJrSTRBKTS Radical in Opposing and Exposing tbe Wrongs of the Masses. TKRM8, IN ADVAKCK : MM i m s months.. FMtB 8PKECH, FBEE PBESS. FEEE PEOPLE. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures mast make known their names to the Bdltor, or no attention will be given to theii iRTISEMENTS Inserted OB ,VISD, OKEGOJf, THURSDAY, JXHSEl 17, 1880. NU3IBER -tO. POTITL eommanicatlons. MRS. HARDINE'S WILL. Bt Abigail soott duniway, rmom or "juhhh int," "eu.sk sows,' "abuus jutm mntT lbk," th naptt SWaUs," "KAOOB XOKBMOX," "fCT,ATB ADD FAUCT," XTC, KTC, JCTC. according to Act of Oaares,tn the or the Ltlmrian of Ooo DlC CHAPTER XXXL CHBCKMATBB. . I Jwage Hardpan took Iww of Pater Wula aad west eleewhere to seek for pod ami todcings. Mrs. Tobbs bad nt tearn auyuting further as to 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. — 17 June 1880

JUNE 17, 1880. THE BEPUBLIOAH PLATPOBM. Tbe National Republican Convention has given to tbe work, as Ha statement of principle, a mixture of bombast and sophisms, bot with a strong vein of trutli running through it. It is strange that eo worthy a man as Garfield is compelled to stand on a platform which is remarkable for omissions and equivo cations upon some of the greatest topics before tbe American people. In the platform aa telegraphed to tbe Oregonian there are some oommon tense planks Id regard to retaining the war legislation on tbe statute books, paying tbe public debt in full, crushing the State sovereignty doctrines, maintain ing revenue duties, and keeping tbe common school free from sectarianism; a carefully prepared section on tbe Chi nese question, inserted for the purpose of capturing the vote of tbe Pacific (dope, but lacking in earnestness; studied denouncement of land grants to railroads, or subsidies to private indi viduals or corporations ; a strong con demoation...

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. — 17 June 1880

-4 .JUKE H, 1890 LOCAtT 8. Tbe Piua-street eoL 'mm baa been 8alem u vbtted Lu Jitnitrmit fire yimwi? naorulug. ' AbosU. ISO clerk Have euroHed them elves in the earty-e losing movement. Hoi man Bros, are patting op large tables on tbe coroer of Eigbth and C streets. Jos. Alien Is in iall to answer the charge of robbery, iu default of 91,000 Captain Harlow's picric ground's, mi tbe 8andv, are free to all respectable parties. Tbe Vaneoaver packet now makes two trips daily between Portland and Vaneoaver. Tbe dwelling at No. 87 North First treat was partially destroyed by fire last Saturday: Morning trains from Portland to Cor vallia, and one front Corvatlii to Port land, are needed. An fee-ereaas and strawberry festival will be given at tbe Baptist church to morrow evening. 8trangers are cordially iuvlteil'to at tend tbe noon-day prayer aneetlogs at Y. M. C. A. Ha.iL A little son of Captain Soreosen was badly burt last Friday evening by being thrown from a horse. Mr. 1. D. Holasan baa ...

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. — 17 June 1880

,. JUNE 17, 1880. THE OLD 0AKE5 BUCKET. A TIM BV A "SAITAKIAM." With what anguish of mind I remember my childhood. Recalled In the light of a knowledge since Tue mImImu linn, the wet, fungttt-growii The cblUc Shea contracted that since have The cnja"wsered daek pond, the pig-stye rtoaebrtti The ditch what the (oar-smelling boaae drainage fell-. The damp, chadad dwelling, the foal barn-raid h It Bat wane than aU alee wu that terrible well; And the old oaken backet, the mold-crusted The mom coif red backet that hang la the well. Jact thinker It! Xoaon the backet that lifted The water I drank In the days called to mind. Ere I knew what i oft ami t and scion tt gifted In the water of welle by analysis And. The rotting wood fiber, the oxide of Iron, The alga-, the frog of nnnenal site. The water lmpore aa the verses of Byron n things 1 remember with team la my eyes. And to tell the sad truth though I ah odder to think It I considered that water uncommonly clear. And often at noon, when I...

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. — 24 June 1880

, , . h l UBXHV.VT FlBUbHIXG CBMPA.vr, Preprints. A Journal tor tbe Feople. Devoted to the Interests or Humanity. Independent In Folates and Kaifglon. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Ej rosing tbo Wrongs of the Masses. O r ncK Cob. Fbob t A WAiHtKaioKSntErarfi TSRXS. VS ADVANCE : One miL. 4IH BIX HMHUBM- 11 it Tone nosili Fbek SrBECH, Fkee PnEss, Feee People. Correspondents wrttlag over assaaied signa tures mast make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to thei ADVERTISEMENTS insetted on fanoif PORTLAND, onEGON, TIITTK S I AY , OrXJIVE 18SO. ivrraxBEii, 41. communications. MRS. HARDINE'S WILL. Br ABIGAIL SCOTT OOJUWAY, AtmCSK "XTOITK KKIB, EUDI BOWH." "a in am wmr mi mart ' Mmtm,- "XABOB JtOMMaK," "VAOT, TATK AJtB FANCY," RTC, ETC. KTC ( Katei M.neeowlttMc to Act of Coosren, In the ytmr Wit, In Use oOloe or the Librarian of Con gress a WanhlnKUn, I). C CKAPTEB XXXII. OBSTMCraOim VOHANHOOB. Night eame on apeso, bringing with ...

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. — 24 June 1880

4. tht Hen? jfiarttoeesf. C 7 t THURSDAY. JUNE 51, 1880. ' MOST JJNJ08T. Salnle-Btuve sakl, "Women like Madame Roland will always make themselves a place, but tbey will al ways Ik exceptional," and straightway Harriet W. Preston took tle ce as boou as site read It and proceeded te write ae follows: - Men of original Intellectual force, orators, organisers, director, whthsr or humaa thought or human. aOStlrt, are not eommoa; bat women of thU type are a (real deal lea common than men. It 1 worth while to make arrangements on a large seals far the careful and coUy training or boy . which It wsold be foolish acta extrava gant to make for girls; became In the one eaae tbere la a probability that the proportion to tbe whole of those wfco are worthy of such tralobtg, Ihostga small, will be HofBelast to re pay the ootlay.and In the other there 1 no such probability. Tbe woman of genius, when she come, araat make her own place, andRainte-Beuvc u-ll a and ex )ertr ace straws a that tbe wilt Y...

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. — 24 June 1880

THURSDA'Y :. .JTJNB &, 1SS0. LOOALJIEWS. Dr. Baker, of Walla Walla, Is In tue ety. ,. The eotulnR Fourth will be celebrated at tbe Gaieadea lucks. IndleatloDB are that Portland will be vfsitetl by a Hood ibis year. Hou. Thomas II. Brents am! family 4 rriveti on tbe State of California. Clay, whose ceusus sheets were stolen, has about completed Ills work a seooud time. Mr. Jos. Simon declined the llepubll- eaa re-noralnatlu for Owieiluiuo from tbe Seeoml Ward. The Portland Savings Hank was opeaed lam Monday raorutuc for tbe transaction of business. Candidate for admission to tbe First CteugreeaUeoal Church will be met by ttreoutciai uoaru lo-nlglit. Tbe otoaing exercises of tbe Central School are being held this afternoon in rnttetpal King's department. The wills of William Weatberford. Alex. Duubar and Clara Augusta. I' per nave been annulled to probate Tbe OoBgreeationallsts and I'reeltyte- nn will gWe a union picnic on Tutw- otty Bext at White House Urove. Captain W. II. Winte...

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. — 24 June 1880

Si, 1880. IIIDIAG rnoH I-ATA. mat loot hl baby! Dosrcfaoc everywhere. Coder efeatrs ami table. With Um greatest eut, Falls aside the enrtala. Peep behind the door! Mever sees tbe Rule beap Curled upon the floor. Jfaver beam the whisper, . Hmnn,ewt yon tell f Hor Um UtUe laachtor, .Matted, like a bell. MTbe eeamuefs wildly. Hunting here and there. Overturning everything With the greatest care! Cawary ha a iMt SrUlacontreh; Mamma's apron-pocket aferelB Use search! "Kow I aas seilred- KltfiheatBtpW Hist I xat lake a rest A. minute by the way; in ear F weary head On Ibis little rag." Under mamma's towel Lay her darting ana-! Ihw the merry erambllBcs Papa laughed to seel "And you did tit Hod, now. That it could be me!" -Mrs. K. X. Ture-r. THE t'AKUEB'S tTIFB. Up wtth the birds. In the parly morning The dew-drop glows Hfce a precloos nam; Mnattfal tints In the skies are dawning. But aba's never a moment to took at them. The men are wanting their breaklast early ; Oh urna lit not linger, s...

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. — 1 July 1880

: i-i ...i - ijiii " -------- -. V.V-F t Sea? iforitoesi -r frf, s BEMffAT FCBLIsm.NG COHPA5T, Proprietor. A Journal for the People. Devoted to tbe Interests of Humanity. Independent la rollttes and Religion. Alive to alt Live Iseaes, and Thoroughly Ratttaal in OpposlB? and Bs post hit ".the "Wrong ef the Masses. " OFMCE-COR.r,ROBTAWABISOTO9TKKI7rS TBRMS, 13T ADVANCB: 0e yer -see JWX JKiWlMj in Three hhmiUis 1 eg Correspondents writing over awam ail signa tures mast make known their names to tlie Kdttor.or so attention will be given to thcJi ! ADVKRTI8KMBXTS Inserted on Reaeosa- "VOITJ3X23 IX. PORTLAND, OBEGON) THUKSDAT, JTJI5T 1, 1SSO. commnrilcMUons. ri-m rv gym . awt mniZT ' I FREE DPEECHf r KES x r UEC 1 - 1 .1. Mr 4 MRS. HARDINE'S WILL Br ABIGAIL 800TT ttUNIWAY, "JOMTH HBID," "BLLK 3WD, "AHIB ASB HBCBT LEE," "THE 1IAJTV iCT' KATE AND rASCT," 8 Bve xrrc, rjro. to Aetof Ooiwrra,ln tbe ee of the Librarian or Con D.a CHAPTKR XXXUI. TBB ftOENE CHAXQBS. iE twe momentous years the Nat...

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. — 1 July 1880

THUItSDAY-J -JULY 1, IS90. THE TWO CANDIDATES. It la a marked improvement In the signs of the political times when It can set be truthfully said of any great parti san faction by any other groat opposing movement that its leaders are men of III repute. The fortunes of the nominees of the two great parties who are now mar (dialing their hosts for a National struggle are singularly alike In more than one particular. Each was chosen for the purpose of defeating men who were prominent aspirants for the posl tlon. Both were connected, from 1861 to 1866, with that very small political class known as "war Democrats." Since the war, General Garfield has been identified with the Republican party, and has filled bigh positions as a polltl dan while enlisted under Its banner, while General Hancock has continued bis allegiance to the .Democratic party, and is to-day a member of the same great military service which the dls union Democracy, who are now com manded to support him, are so proverb l...

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. — 1 July 1880

r Pe Qua gottyaesi THURSDAY.. -JULY 1, LOCAL XEWB. Hod. John Wtit letter netaH ned W the . Mijl fiuer. Extensive hnpiwremenla to liie Ta.y-lor-atnetefaMta are Mi made Frofeseor Curtis, of the HutbJilHson Academy, Kentucky, lu the ofty. The State of California carried away 7,400 eatea of Mlmoeiw ber teat trtjt. ' The Hancock Club supersede- Ura Young Men's Democratic Club at ifels city. Tb Democracy of BortUj4 en th osl -aetioally Mtlfiea UtewnniaaUoAof Hsu eoek. ... ' 'u... Wilt ilaltvor e thtth of home, MMMIIa tlnn M-ba ,, abesrt 4,000 Mr P. P. Gate is appointed mail act-m on the west-sI.U- rad between Portland aod Uorvallus. The various Qeman societies' of the elty will eel eb rale the FoantoavOam- briuaa QarrfefMron Sunday, The approaetaea to tba New Korth- wkt offlw are flooded, bat temporary walks bave been coaatraeted. Owing to the superior finish and excel leoee of work, AMI stands pwearipetst as a .photographer. Give him " a call. 8anr-enated cream corn (if rice in every pac...

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. — 1 July 1880

THURSDAY. JL'LY 1, 1880. A WOJU.VS BL'ASOX. Why M 1 stake rar happy youth, M jr day of Spring, Ujkju 11 auXnntold troth proffered ring T Yon praise me lor my aoKton balr. My eyes of Mm; JM chance oVwtakes the fairest fMr, Tben what of yoo ? XlMD all yoo praise bas soBered wrong, And I asa oU, WD lore that did to tmIIi belong My age enfold? you bnt prise ray aniline "7 And btaaMae'ebeek, breathe no nm jronr tender sighs; The thing you seek AM hot the shadow of a shade, Will vaBtsfa fat Mn-nje, of mists of xaarateg made. That cannot last. Tla be who leeks a woman soul Wbo wins her heart; 0i- reaebe no lore's flnal goal With shallow art. A SIOESTAIX PIKE. A long, knr nnrmor on the midnight air,' As ot the tide upon some far-off shore ; A awell among pines standing; tall and fair, A whisper a of danger leaning oer; A strange light crowing np the hollow sky. Eclipsing the white glory of the moon ; A signal flag on the wind streaming by. Of wreathen smoke oatnung, bas followed soon. On: 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. — 8 July 1880

lw?-Cl- " c-- - : If i SrjMWAV rlBUMI6 CMU4ST, rMerMs. r A JoBraal fer the People. iterated to the Interests or Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. AUre to alt Live Issues, and TboretigWr Ilwdteal la Opposing and Exposing 1 Wrong a the Masses. OPFIOE-C(Mt.rMTV TEBX8, XW : Six moattta Ttiree monUt.. OorrespoDdenu writing oTeraseamed sign ttftes must make knowil tbelr nam ex to tilt Bdllor.or no attention will be given to theJi eommaolcatloo. ADyBRTISlEJIE:;T3 lanod on POrtTXYX), OREGON, TIITTKSIA.Y, JULY 1880. NTJ3IBER 43. oi -re aft Aft "S . 1 W I n i pn-r Prrw. Fa nr. Tpy.v I I nwB araauirnn" i MRS. HARDINPS WILL. Br ABIGAIL SCOTT OOXtWAT. AcruoK or -f oarra tan." "nxii sown.' abb nm un," "rat a-anr Homc," -UH lSOBXWaX,' TACT, fa J A FAIWT," Rt, eso, tc L Entered, aeeoratagta AetoTOaatTes,M the year UO. in theomos of the Lltwihi ot Con- cres at Washlngum, D. CJ CHAPTER XXXIV. -: TTBBS KKJOICKS. ' " There k do mora dangerous proepect in store for any persou than, fhat of...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 July 1880

THURSDAY. JULY 8, 1880. PABTISAHS, HEED. As Illustrative of woman's power In polities, a little retrospection msy at this stage of tiie political game be or w to the party which desires success n November next. In May, 1872, ,while the National Woman Suffrage Association was In seaelou In New York, a detente from Oregon made a strong speech lu favorof tr. ureeley. She advised the women of America to east their influence and power, -such ae they had, in favor or the ?ret editor-candidate, urging as a rea sou that be was a pure man and an ad tocate of human liberty. In order that his delegate might be disabused of a grave error, she was ehoseu chairman of a committee to interview the great editor aad get from his own Una au ex pression either favoring or opposing the woman movement. The interview was granted, and its results became a matter of history, which has been far too easily (orgoUen. Mr. Greeley, during tbat conference, not only expressed himself -- opposed to Woman Suffrage, ...

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. — 8 July 1880

em ortip0esi THURSDAY.. .-JULY , 1SS0. LOOALKEWS. The flood b Meadily subsiding. air. Aatier Marks, of Kfweborg, is In I be ettjr. The priuling houee of Xiles A Beetle om veen eiowd. Kev. JjmU Lajeuiiesw, a Cat hollo . priest, aiea in ibis city yesterday. Portland police arrests for Jane, 19U iwroraiage aiinontaoie to liquor, 80. Mr. a. J. afarsttall 8 Mrvlog bis tumrui itxw as xwpaty Uoenty Clerk. tarn. i i W . i m Hoayw iff. jrowwr, of St. Jobu's, has beea picked up In the Wlllamett Jse M. Cay wood s Deputy Sberifl HDaerjosepit itachtei. T. D. McXaunus TUb VtirfMHA sua'.-. -AS . . T " '"V wmij omcers elected oo Jane 7tb have qualified and entered on ..-7.T7i. P"l over Uie Mayoi'a I u,""Dec providing- au assist ant for Um Auditor ami Clerk. Perry Q. Itaker has completed the Job ? n Va,tr lr1 from Columbia " contract price was 2,800. Owing to the snperior fiuieb and exeel k ' Ab" tand8 Pre-eminent call. The Portland Rowing Ablatio,,', new boat house, at the fool of Taylor street, wi...

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. — 8 July 1880

VsV .4IV THURSDAY.. -JULY 8, 1880. A M0XAVS WISBBH. you bUmc- iuc that I cannot love As you can love, my friend; 1 (jii call me heartless, light of ulth, fcccause iny fancies end ! I do not iay it is not true; uh, nor your words are right ; i;ut yoa who love, and I who-laugh, Winch gains most In tbe fight ? A n J why, If you ware seeking love. Should yoa bare turned to me I , a ho of all who net jonr gaze Have sworn Inconstancy i.ii further yet, poor heart, and tuck Tor one who still can give; Or, if yncr heartbreak prove too sharp. Curse me, my friend and live. V s, once I cursed and lived. A!a ! Tis belter tar ladle. Hinds meekly clasped, and prayt rful Kyes upturned to tbe sky. 1 loved too well as' you, say blend. Are loving me this hoar; Mj'-h loves die hard, an earned, we know. With overwhelming- power. My love went out as yotus will do But after many yean; And In those years I was not glad, Ani bitter were my teats. My love was 1 Ike your loan, ssjy friend ; It met with no ret...

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 July 1880

rr I r' r! "I BUMWH PIIBIUH1.N0 TOMPAM. Proprietors A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests or Humanity. Independent In Polities and rtellgion. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroaghl IUdlcal in Opposing" and Exposing 1" " Wrongs of tho Masses. OFFICE Cor. Front A Yi'a8HI.nio.v5trebt TKRM8, IX ADVANCE : Correspondents wrltlngoverassumed sign tares mast make known their names to Hi. Editor, or no attention will be given to Ibeli communications. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted on Keton- PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, JTJX.Y IS, 1880. NTJ5IBER -11. ble Terms. o ne yer -fr" 81x DHttt 1 60 1 Three monthi 1 Fhee Speech, Free Press, Fbee People. MRS. HARDIN E'S WILL. Br ABIGAIL 80OTT DOXIWAV, ACTUM mr "JUIHIU KKItV HAW IW1." "ahib akd Mmtr lbs." "the haptt MOMS." "MA DOII XMUKi," "FACT, rm A.VH PAKCT," nr., xrc, ktc Eatar4.aoninltacto Act of Cnncraa.tn the jemr URt, In dw OMto of toe Librarian of Con- tress at Waahlngloa, DlC.J CHAPTER XXXV. MBS. HAKDDfM WIU. "I mo no need of unseemly bast...

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 July 1880

JULY 15, 1880. THE 0HABCE8 EEFDTBD. The Commute appointed last Spring byU.be lax-payer of School District No. 1, to investigate tbe charges against the eolesey of the pufcite schools of Port land, have rendered Ibeir report, Id nearly every instance refuting tbe accu sations of the enemies of the common school. The report Is quite ieogtby; therefore these eoJumns will admit por tiom.sDly of it. Ib reply lo the asaertion that "the machinery of the sobooU has grown to a toe expeaaivo and cumbrous system," the. Committee nod that, while tbe lax to. support the schools has increased hut 30 percent & tbirteeu yean, the ooet of tbe police department has increased 50 par aetit in Ave years and the Are de partment 44 percent; that tbe increase of eebeol population in the last four years Is four per cent greater than the increase lo expenses in that time; that tbe grotrtb of the school population has required annually a more thorough grading of pupils, and more buildings, rooms and furni...

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