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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 July 1880

Wit m jortest THURSDAY. JULY 15.J880. The river ie receding slowly. Nearly 'all the retail stores of lb cit nww now at o r. at. Tito elegant steamship Columbia is da Br to-morrow. Ibe Oregonian will recetve a power press by the Columbia.. A Haoeoek and Ealih Club lull iteea organised in Kaet Fbttnmi. The Presbytery of Oregon has been In session im Among, mam Tumy. An excursion from Orvallls to 1W land and A atom is being agitated. Next 8atday 4 Portland yacht men will hold their arnmal regatta. Tfatoagh Uatte on the O.H.4K. CV line or steamer and ears is rewiBtxi. The ealmoa-sblnfr season wilt be over toward the Utter part of the month. Reed a minatated ia Urn positlen of oiy aog-eatener, nee Arnold,- removed The new school year of the free Hshools will commence Wednesday, September ut. Mr. Daniel J. Makwkey, one of Port- uoa promioeui clllieaa, died last night. Miss Aognata Dargon has retired from the stage and married a rich Australian grasier. In the public actioolt, all grades b...

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 July 1880

pjc gen? jjJstiJjHJcsf. THURSDAY- ..JULY 15, 1SS0. IDE FCZZLED CENSCS-TAKEE. BY JOHN a. SA3E. "Got any boys t" the marshal said, Te a lady from over the Khlne; And Mm lady shook her flaxen bad And drlUy answered, "Nine!" , "Gotany girlsf Uw marshal said. To the lady from over the Rhine; And again the lady shook: her bead And civilly answered, "Nine!" "Hot some are dead ?" the marshal sakl. To the lady from over the Rhine; And again the lady shook her bead A ii civilly answered, "Nine!" "Husband, of course '" the marshal said, To the lady from over the Rhine; And again she shook her flaxen head And eivtlly answered, "Nine!" "The d 1 yoc have!" the marshal said. To the lady from over the Rhine; I again she shook her Saxen head Atl eivrH- answered, "Nine!" ' Knfawbatdo yoa mean by shaking yourbeud AndjrUwys answering 'Nine?" "lab kaan kein EngllMh!" civilly said Tbe lady from over the Rhine. A lOYEB'S QCAUBEl. . lould net hear all that must have been sakl ; Uut an I sat beside the litt...

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 July 1880

a 'fat $m JotJ)sae5t wiM -iT rl .S11S6 CMiriSY, rrprleian A Journal for tbe People. DeToted to tbe Interests of Homanlty. Independent la Politics and Itrlizlon. Altve to all Live Issues, and Thorough! -Radical In Osposinx and Exposing Wrenasof the Masses. J K J" . C E Jm. KBJ, ; i W aSMSCTCS STKT8 EESI8, IX ADVANCE : ne 3 IS 00 1 30 1 uo SIX I Tiree moat' - FUI SrSECM, KRKE PSSSS, JK I1PI,K. Correspondent writing over assumed sign tares mast make known tbelr names to Hit Editor, or no attention will be given to then communications. l,Vi:;'I, i::N'T.S Inserted on Btawsi- VOLUME IX. POUTLAND, OKEGON, THURSDAY, JTHOY lgtSO. rmi- J MRS. HARDIN E'S WILL BT ABI4AIL SCOTT DCXIWAV, AliQt 0 "JCniTH REID," "ELLEK DOW D,' "SUt ASIk BE!KT UC "THE HAPPY STOKE," "MAbGE XOKKISOS," 'ruer, r ATI AITS r ASK," -'' ITC., EKU IK (Salts! . uciirdlne. to Act ofCoerem,lflthe mrUai tLenfflae o( U Librarian of Con m at WuUokv.ii, D.C. I CHAPTER XXXVL i'BOBATK JUST1CB. TlM Probate Court, or Gout of Confis cat...

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 July 1880

THURSDAY JULY 22, ISSO WOMAN SUFPBAGE AUD THE GEEENBAOZEES. As there has let-n much mlsuuder standing anil some warm feeling among the readers of the Nkw NoirTiiwKST I reference to Its course in Hie present po litical campaign, we-have taken much pains to look up all the evidence th Greenback party lias yet given that Is In earnest in Us reported recngnilln of Woman Sufirage. Tin Coiiveulio uuiuhcred 661 delegates, anybody who cJtoee, as we understand, being admitted as a proxy member of any State in lit Union until the quota of representation was completed. The following telegram was received Juue 10th hy theConven lion: Iniuasai-oi.is. June M. lftsa. To the National GkkesbAck Coxven- tjn:-xh oreenbaclc party l a parly erf ad vaneeo. wens or it ts nothing;. A new party cannot succeed In an old field. The Indorse ment or V, eraan SefTrage ami the Leartv e l-oasa! of leeJr cause will meet the warm ap proval 01 woasamisor fair-minded men, ami meru me respect or all. Signed) jj. F. Ito...

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 July 1880

aBiwwiiiiiii arutiDAY... .JULY 22, 1S50. LdftALjrBWS. Ta CIsreiidoa Hotel reopene.1 on Monday. T. B. Q6Wai, of Albany, In tbe city-last week. 1t Auditor Haitian laa bouila of $2t .000. lUaKon m(i'. Ornwosar Baboo! will re-ooeo August Jlst. fjie Wi !. wak won "e jaclil rae ImI Skiunlav afternoon. Tie ;- at East Portland tbe part week have nfa wen auemteu. Mr. W J. MoOafloell, of North Yam bill. in tbaetty last Monday. I. W. Beltwjftl J V. IJvermorr-, ( I'oud rtou, registered at the Eimoud no Monday. Tba Police Commissioners will Inves tlrate, the charge made by Uie Mercury against Officer MoU. Tbe effort to form a Young Men's Republican Club In this city liae met with derided aneseae. (reorge Wright I'uet, G. A. It , will trive a moonlight excursion to Oregon City to-morrow night. Tlu ' "Uf.ty Commiasloiterri purpose haildiDt; firs sad burglar-proof vault f Vie county reoofda. Two Are eagrisMw rtave been engaged in p'itii(i'i- out yard in the northern part ' trie city this week. TbeT...

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 July 1880

THURSDAY.- .JULY 22, 1880. THE riRST FLKDr.KLI.Xl. BT BDU TITTLE. II Html ao lonely in the nest, Hi nee one dear bird is flown To faablon, with its chosen mate, A bome-nest of its own. We mlH the twitter ud the Mir, Ttie eager stretching wings. The flashing eyes, the ready long. And oh, so many tbincs! We find It hard to understand The chances wrought by years; How our own sprightly little girl A- stately wile appears. It seems to ns she still should be Among her dolls and toys, staking the Barm-boose sound again "With "Little Tomboys" noise. When berries ripen in the sun, "We miss her lingers light, , "Wko used to heap them np for tea, Tinsted with sugar while. They never more will taste as fresh As when she brought them In, Her race ablash with roslness From canny brow to chin Ik Autumn peaches always turned Their reddest cheek to her; She knew the ferneries of the woods And where the wild flowers were; And somehow, since she left the nest, We miss her busy hand " As gatherer and ...

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 July 1880

S . t Sen) HoTitoest vwi c-vt csy. Bl'MiVVI I'SSUsHl'iti COMPA.N", Proprietors A Journal !r the People. Devoted to the Interests of Ilomanltj . Independent In Polities and ItellKion. g Alive to all Live Issues, and Tliorr-V Ratlteal i i Opposing and Expcel' -Wrongs of the Masses. 0 7IJ E Uo C i?BOT A W ASH IKGTO S T BBTb THSMB, IN ADVANCE: 4 one year Six month f u re month.. -SfM .15) i eo MlVgflTHK HK.XTS luatel HutQM ble Term. MRS. HARDINE'S WILL. Br ABIGAIL SOQTT D OKI WAY, AOTHUK a "imtK HMD," "KL1.EN -WU," "AKIK AM HKNHT LKfi," "THE HAPI-Y MOM," "XAMC JiSHRllWX,' "KACT, PATE AND rASCT," KTC, KTC, KTC Knterwd. tueordla to Act of Coocm, In Uh yaar UCS, la the oMtce or the Ubi artan t Con VM at Waahliixtmi, D. C.) CHAPTER XXXVII. THE NKW8. The liors that Mrs. IVter Tubbs rmle t&ml liny i the Image of the charger that John Ingieton bad ridden on tite memorable Independence Day when ahe had felt tlie frultlou of earthly Mies as his affianced wife, that she loved to fancy it was ...

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 July 1880

- - ' - -"it 1 - 1 'i - - THURSDAY. .JULY 29. I860. TEMPEBAHOESDFFHAGISTS. In the East al . recent there is more ir lees contention lietween Hie temper, tuee suffragists aud the Woman SufJra- jists in regard to the policy which is iiost likely to secure woman the prlvl- :-ge of votiug no the ll'juor question, 'he former assert that woman should ave Ihe ballot ou tlie whisky t raffle -cause of her known opposition to it, nd truthfully maintain that ber vote ould ruin the business. The latter rM and promulgate the broader view mt woman ig entitled to the temper ;ee ballot aa a right, awl that her nai unti antipathy to liquor la no argument iu favor of her use of the ballot. From esestatements of principle, the ques- poiley is reached. The advocates temperance ballot only for worn- parading her hatred of whisky, luduee the temperance men and to labor to secure her tho of expressing her adverseopln the polls, which does not gain a mat support, for the measure. The:AVominn Suffragists ta...

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 July 1880

THURSDAY JULY 29, IbSO. LOCALJIEW8. A broi-m factory haw lietu Marled in North Portland. The County C dirt fur Mulluoojah will coovvue next Monday. 5. 8. Abbott, an engineer, Iim leen committed to the insane asylum. - rlM Oregonuin haa added " (j recti Room fiuastp" to its telegraphic uewa h - tint Bund? Sdiool of East an aa 8 metnbersbln ol about W v y o an unknown man wm Hoi -init In toe river on Sauday, Mr. P. vfHiama, well-koown In title Hp, dieu A et. Vincent's Hosiilal vee- a.-- c nine vacant from ' uomab eoau;y Bchnlarsliim to tbe .Slat Tk if ictiioery for .Knott Rrni new t is being built at the Colombia Iron orK. fbf tirbeM will eloae their shops at 6 p. M. fctter Augua isi, Saturday and liu:jysexcepu. T East Portland Trustee have de eretJ that boy ihWb be off tbe street T.:.,- -tate UUgpIl Court has noaahed iaJtctmenrtlal W. H. Wat- j, , for lllecavopg. Jigm daHfiiter of Hon and Mrs J. .VMW W HM . suaday evening. . uu Oeady Mils In the California foi sitfc to-morrow. ue wil...

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 July 1880

jgUKgpXyl- JULY 29, IbSO. TWENTT IEAHS. ( BT JIILLI W. COOKE. . re'cJI ratssd. to a sun-llghterl bill-top, .dEftxedown the path of the years. JaAtrln thebaic of the distance r, nl6n of beauty appear. tweet day "of ray life Hangs before me. With its halo of brightness around; . r lernber the clow on the landscape l i e day tint my loTer was erswned. ( re --nod tbe tint; of my heart mid my future; T".r liuog not a cloud In the sky, . re sailed op a love-ltgb ted' river, '- beauteous isles gliding by. . mssemb-ctbo sweetness of silence. The breadth and the depth of a tone. Vli syonderlul measure of gladness ILatoame with the whispered "my own." Totbrbt I am eountlug them over Tiwmy swin years that ate goon- be prond of my lover. e brightness of youth Is now flown. 7 trhtU and crosses, y a want unsupplled; ate gained Irom my losses. my gold lias been tried. Ithrungh the valley of shadow iJhM no nan hath troJ . rirMlbsc, lu joy or In anguish, juusfsUfti&toer peril to God! eyes of my ...

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. — 5 August 1880

Ng-Jv1 ' -V v .-xV 7V . KRS . -.'VACE- fJ t ' ' - 'V ,;, . v i , ' ij .1 . .. . r ... Vukt. Srnacn. itbbk ihbss, bee i-eople. j - y i Jggjj, 1 ' tTttiKM&MV inserted on itauooa- hl Tertu MRS. HARDIN E'S WILL. BtS-BIOAH. boott duxiway, i-rn "iiram bkid," "H.I.KK rn.wn," f"AXm AJTB IBIMr LEE," "TBI HAWY Ml," " KAMI HOKKIHOX," - i "TACT, FT AXO rAHCT, ' ETC., HI'., KTC. tJ6aiwea.tu cotdlag t' Act orConcreat, In tba Tmr IS?, la the oflee of tbe Librarian of Con gress at Washington, D. C.J CHAPTER XXXVIH. on-emcn rcsnca. MeralM steep, that sweet avenger of many Kbaman ill. cmm with lu ble- Mdl afland to llll the spirit of the robbed, aMoKed wmnao, ami morning otratd lacg ere be was aware of Its f'fpimn . The storm that came so bur ' "edJy.ba aa borrletlly departed, leav ing the ondolaiing Im of nature deau wubed aad lovely- Itefreabal him! reeled, Mrs. Tubbs took her broafcjhn in allanee, not even deign ing a j$inm taamrd the table where Judge JytMNlo t, sarrounded by bio frieaMr -Bat...

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. — 5 August 1880

.... i rHCRcJO-A V AtJfcsT. ; DIVIDED IS OPLHOsfJ The Wetaan Suffragists In tlte areevWciy divided in olofl i r "ur "f eourw to psmv in th- ororeatroitfipalgn. aigglpsonTBlaokwell.Stnueanil Llver aisre si their liearl, have decdled to "" wllh the Republican party,' the beat r nearest exwnent of their vlews ou Jle subject uf a free ai equal ballot ; wjjlfle the National AodH,,on w,tl' Tsan B. Authony, Mttllda Jnslyn Gage aUd Lillle Dsvereox Rl"ke l the lead, uvldenlly prefer the IMruoemltc cndl dateTbe Woman's Journal elaima that General Garfield, who has several time presented bills favorable to Woman Suf frage In the lower House of Congress, la D advocate of the priuoiple ; hut, as au offset to thje claim, Mis. Blake comes forward with the following special to be2iBvBKtRTii west : i&rlleld Is Dot in favor of Woman ys Anthony called on him In his en tor, Ohio, and be told her that bo to It. The Democrats at Clnctn- eourtemi to the Woman 8uf- eflles In marked contrast to Itepub- ...

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. — 5 August 1880

SB" -AUGUST 5, 1880. , LOQAL KW8 Kr J- Bower fe lrtldtH rf the a -v- nr ! .yer has owmatd .cm. uf !. .r mom eanviete. the Hiii..o ; r.-, '.pii for sHIIng Xtetlet. has been riii riMiiaiM . Kag4 man was otxUy atternoon. 1.1.1 Id tLe H McFai ne City, bite nor to an Vr. I 8. LumIm will rMvlr. n W.. MtKcw Mriiet.Twater lo-morrow A tlaSM IIU wmw ll Ivlul la lb Circuit Court for the third time im crjarge of. robbery. Hoo. M. C. George and family will w remove from ECU Portland to their OnrWbfr atraateKlenoa. Mr. T, K. Odeoeal, of Albany, hot yty of PorUo4, has beeu appointed Oark el Ibe Bwprema Court. iea Agoea OoWflhtras returned from Waaeo coo rtsr,d .will accept a poai Uaa In the TTiia-etreel acbonl. Owing tothe enperior finish and excel lence of work. Abalhetanda nre eminent m pwHofrapner. Uive iiini a idw uoia ut baa reaeiveu A jick- propelier, and rbere will now be sme 11 iy itotok between-her and toe Van eosjver. Doe Hamilton, an indoatrioua young "BJiui-i y, waa erusiieo lo death 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. — 5 August 1880

THURSDAY AUGUST 6, 1880. It All V HAS QO.VE TO SCHOOL. The baby ha gone to school ; ah, me! What will Ike mother do, With never m call to button or pin, Or lie a little shot- T I fow can be keep herself boar aU day "With ibe little hindering thine away ? Another basket to till with lunch, Another "good-b.. e" to say, A d the mother stands at the door to mi- Her baby march away, And turn with a Mgb that Is half.reli. f An J half a something akin to grief. She tMaka of a possible future mom. When the children oue by one Wi 11 go Irom tbelr home out In the world To battle with life alone. And not evea the baby left to cheer The deaoiat home ot that future year. She pick up garments here and there. Thrown down In careless baste. And tries to think bow It would seem If nothing were displaced. If the boose were always as still as this. How could she bear the loneliness t FAILIKK. Long ago yon said to me, "Sweet, A glorious kingdom before yon lies;1 You pointed it oat to my willing feet. Y...

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. — 2 September 1880

V i' ' .- Jt A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In PollUcs and IteJiglon. Alive to all Live Issues, and Toronbl i Radical In Opposing and EoslnS 10 Wrongs of tbe Masses. BH.MWiV HBllsHl.Mi OOHMM, Proprietors. 0??ICE-COR.FKOKT WASHI.VOTOfiTlllUCTti TKRM8, IK ADVANCE : i I I I f 1 1 One reu Hlx mouth Tnree montbs.. U 1 M 1 X.DVERTLSEMKXT8 Inwrud on ble Terms. "JTTDQE SOT, THAT YE JUDGED " BE UOT L To commence a Ut Wllkie Collins: The time was morning; the scene, Miss Nettlre's bed-ehainber ; the personages, Mtee Nettire and an angel, on whom slie bad just opened Iter eye. Miss Net tire was a woman who regu lated herself by certain Infallible rales. Sue never deviated from lliem by the breadth of a hair. Yon at once perceive he could have had no faults. Her neighbors did deviate from tbsse rules ; worse yet sometimes wholly defied their efficacy. Being faultier herself, Miss Nettire had all the more tune to do vote to her neighbors, and, as a ri...

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. — 2 September 1880

L mm 2 '-M Tin5tSDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1SS0. m TO 8UBS0BIBEBS. Ttitlme is very near at band wben manybbundred subscriptions to tbe NSW1 JfoBTinvEST will expire. The prompt renewal of maturing dues, al ways desirable, Is rendered especially necessary Ibis year by the great expense in. "rflarging the paper aDd fitting up tbo 4 with a new dress. To the many Wpafrons who for nine years have never 'ailed to renew with promptness, we re turn thanks, and look confidently for a continuation of past favors. To those whose arrears for some considerable time have been a source of great incou venience, expense and annoyance to tbe publishers, we look anxiously for a re sponse to this call. And, to the many new friends, whose first year of subscrip tion is about expiring, we turn with a heart-felt assurance that, having learned the worth of this Journal, you will put shoulder to tbe wheel for another year, and help us to roll along the great ball of Human Rights. How many who read this call will resp...

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. — 2 September 1880

THUR8DAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1S80 LOOAL KEWS. Ttiree youihIb railroad imo. are now discharging Ttw public eeboob of the opeowl yesterday. eity were A Haneoek Club has In Cooeh preeloct. !eeu org&uixed Alteky & Hegele have received a laree I a E . iw w umerii oysters. The Board of Equalisation for Molt soman county la In Mion. "The Fin Baptiat Cbureli of East r-oruana" dbs uen Incorporated. itev. J. is. Denotata in .vIiir very III at. nia reetaeoee In Kast Portland. Dorloe August, Portlaud's poliee ar- icbku joz men ror being arunK aud dis orderly. The County Clerk of Multooeaali Is sued thirty-four, marriage liecDses lu August. Judge W. B. Norma d, at one time in busiBeee lu tli eity, died in Stoektou, Cal., ou tbe 3Bib ultimo. A party of gentlemen from Portland have visited the lake near Mount Hood aud named it Liel Lake. Articles of Incorporation of the Ore gon Humaue Society have been filed in the County Clerk' office. Hon. A. J. Dufur Is superintending the construction of bin r...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 2 September 1880

t 4 She Hen? flcdwstlissffi rffUBSDAY SEPTEMBER 2, ISfjO. THE OcAU SICOE.M. BY WILL CABLETOX. It doesat seam-now does It, Jack s If poor Hwm were dead ; Twas yesterday at noon lie bad to take Ms be. T be day before be played flnt base, and ran Majfatataa'down; Aast MMffl l Itrp away so ely twas cot at all Tarn Saw y 1 aatni too big to take. Most any one will Had IPs sometimes hard to get a man well laid oat inblsmwd. xad Brown wee Jan acre with life, Twouldiil scare we. 1 avow. To hear a -whoop and seethe man go rushing aatkare now. Poor Brown! be lying In his room, as white as drifted snow. I i-adleu ansa blm.as It were, an boor or two as j. .v racking lata Brownie room seemed awk-ward-like and queer: ' We haven spoken back and forth for some thing; like a year. We didn't pall together square a single night or day; Howe's I want, he soon contrived to And an other war. ' He am against me In my lose; we picked a itaaea bones About that girl yon used to like the one tl at married Jone...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 9 September 1880

9 -j, K-i v v ii 9 senmaest rcgLIrtlSU WHIMSY, Proprietor A JmttBtBM'tbo Paorlo- IfmomirrTbt " "- Iaasaiasni In I'd) i ties and Relistea. AI'Tt o all Live Imam, and nonmrti' RaJxal in "t pi-tn and Kxpoalng I Wrong o !it; MfcMes. IFVICH-Ooa-FHONTA WAHHIKOJON5TEE1.TB TERMS, IN ADVANCE: Joe yr K-x nwatbt r ira mouths . too CenrssfoadenU writing over aaanjied sign -lares miuLautke known (blr una) to tli Editor, or no attention will be given To the ronironnlcmioni f . '?whti-,i:mkNTh Inserted ea H warns- VOLTjIE IX. Fan Speech, Fn Press, Fan People. rOT5.TL.VIVX), OREGON, TIZ OTRSX) A.Y, SEI'TEMBEK O, lfce?0. ox.Al A MODELMABTHA." in MRS. L. B. MOIXT. Mrtha Griswold had been, a member filter Uucle Harry Grtswold's family eer since he eould remember. Indeed, sho had been its most happy member, lor, being of a healthy, ebeerful nature, abe did not morbidly brood over de peudeoce, but thankfully took the goods the gods provided, which, in her caso, t . . . . mr nocte oeing wealthy, was meas...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 9 September 1880

0 mntBT-AV -fEPTEMBEK . "JAb'fES8ED FXIEHDS." Tue Au&Ht .'i'i-ta Ct':- n shjs, the "Vatlontl Wotnau Soflrs-ge Association alike reproat.f ed by prole sed friends and proeotlM- 1 opponents beCMBW it aafce4 recognition f homiu'i polilical rigfctt from all the diflereul parties this PxwMeotlal year." Thla I a strained aBd kaotr aasor trots. Tli New Northwest, a Journal wbleh not only "proitaaca" Woman Suflrage, bat which tiaa bars Instrumental in ae--apii l.t'ig much toward the elevation ai.d ft '.uu: of woeuu, ettowo by ttw laws of Oregon ami Washiuglou Territory, 1ms staled that It does not ibluk wise the pledge of "support" to a party solely because It would adopt a Htflrage plank. We did nut approve tbe Idea -in June more than at patent, and did not coiiilenin It at that time be eause we did uot wish an appearance at rtrife lu the sullrage ranks at so im partaHt a period. We regarded It an Impossible to get oBe party to pledge Itself to politleally free a class who would willin...

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