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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 7 October 1880

THE XEW NORTHWEST, THTIRSBAT, OCTOBER 7, 1880. COilHDY. nV THOMAS KAIUCY ALMUCIt. Tby parted, wtth clasps of hand, And kisses, ami burning learn. They met in a foreign land. After some twenty years Met as acquaintances meet, Smilingly, trannul!-eyed 2fot even the leaat little bent Of the heart, niton i either side! i They chatted of this' and that, The nothings that make up life; She in a Gainsborough hat, And lie In black for his wife. Ah, what a comedy this Is ! Neither was hurt, It appears ; Hue had forgotten his kisses, And he had forgotten her tears. LETTER FROM NEW YORK. A QHtAND CONVENTION OF DIVINES THE UNDKR Q3MHTND RAILROAD TO BE PUSHED TO COM PLETION IiOCAL POLITICAL STRIKE. LAK OOKRESroXllE.VE OF THK NEW XORTOWKhT. New York, September IS, 1880. While politics are at their height in this city, we shall soon have a gathering of another charac ter, but jiossibly not much lesx stormy. In Octo ber, the triennial convention of the Protectant Episcopal Church M ill meet in the ...

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. — 7 October 1880

THE 3STETV NORTHWEST, THITRSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 18S0. A Journal for the People. Indejietuletit in J 'otitic anil Religion. Alive to all Live Issues, ami Thoroughly Jladical in Op poring and Exposing the Wrong the Masse. srnscRiiTiox hates nx advaxcej: 'On Year, by Mail $S 00 Six Months, " 1 O) Three Month, " 1 00 Ver Month to CUy Patron 'delivered - 25 Advertisements trill be Inserted at Reasonable IHice. Mr. and Mr. II. H Adams are authorised to Solicit Advertisements and Subscriptions. All Correspondence intended for publication should be ad dressed to the Editor, and ill business letters to the DUXIWAY l'l'ltUSHIXG COMPAXY, Xo. 5 Washington street, Irttand, Oregon. PORTLAND, OltEOOX, TIITjltSDAY, OCTOIIEK 7, 13S0. THE WOMAN SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT. From some unknown cause, we are without our usual letter from the Legislature this week, and must rely on the brief reports in the daily papers for information concerning the action on the Woman Suffrage amendment proposed in the Senate by Mr. ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 7 October 1880

THE jSTSAY NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1SS0. PORTLAND, PRECOX , TIIUKSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1SS0. THE MECHANICS' FAIR. During tlte Mechanic' Pair, the New Northtreat trill luire an Qgee in the 1 'aril ion, near the foot of the left ttaincii) from the Secotul-ttreei entrance. It trill be in elutrge of Mr. ami Mr. JI. 71'. Adam, who trill receive orders for sHlcrijtiOHt and adxertiaemenU. LOCAL EPITOME. A Gnrflcld and Arthur Club litis been organized In North Portland. Many ladies attend the meetings of the Young Men's Republican Club. The Presidential party greatly admire the ma jestic scenery of the Columbia. " Miss EtUi Upton, daughter of Judge AV. V. Upton, died in Washington City last Friday. Mrs. Josie Dunbar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. jSoah Lambert, died in this city on Monday. The police made 205 arrests during September, of which three-fourths can be traced to liquor. President Hayes, in his speech at the "Walla "Walla reception, warmly praised the country and '.the people. Owin...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 7 October 1880

f THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1SS0. TUB KEASON WHY. I went with my children one dny To walk In the bright Spring morning; The woods and the meadows looked gay In their lefy and green adorning. As we walked, said the children to me: "Do tell us, papa, the reason "Why those fields and those woods which we see Iok so fair and so fresh at this season?" I was glad they had asked such a thing, So I said to my son and daughter : "Each field and each tree that around us we see Drinks nothing, my darlings, but motor." TYmperciiu Iktnner. IX THE 1X)XG ItrX. JY KLU WHKKI.KK. In the long run fame nnds deiervlng man ; The lucky wight may prosper for a day. But In good Mine true merit lead the van. And vain pretence, unnoticed, goes Its way. There Is no Chance, no Destiny, no Kate, But Fortune smile on those who work and wait. In the long run. In the long run all godly sorrow pays; There is no better thing than righteous pain ; The sleepless nights, the awful thorn-crowned days. Bring...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 7 October 1880

THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1SS0. THE MIRTHFUL MUSE. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLuVNEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. SIGNIFICANT EPITAPH. Vat away dear Wllllo's speller; Vacnnt Is his desk at school; Tell his comrades Unit It's dnngcrous Flaying tag behind a mule. THE INCREDULOUS WRETCH. A ehuxnilng young girl ln Genevu, Who suilfered last yoiir from lmy fever. Declared to her le(iii That her nose wouldn't blow; Mat the horrid wretch didn't believe her. DESPERATION. ' Two more plates of oysters," To Uie waiter lieicried, His eyes staring wildly, Ills mouth open wide. ' I love her most madly, On marriage I'm bent, And I'll satisfy Jier appetite If it takes my last eenL" AS SAMMY TILDBN FINDS IT. par from Uie crush and Uit crowd of Uie tlnnelng, Far from Uie quarrel for i Soft come Uie strains of the Dinner-room ehnlrs. musie enuwnein- 011 tlio stairs? Isn it elrarnilng out hen Ilrislit. dewv eves, and a wi rd softly spoken, No matron notices; no...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 7 October 1880

THE :NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 18S0. GENERAL NEWS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. The Albion Print "Works have suspended. Dr. Goerson of Philadelphia lias been convicted of wife-murder. The town elections throughout Connecticut how Republican gains. Slosson has defeated Schaefor for the billiard championship of America. Buell's grand move against the Apaches in New Mexico has proved a failure. A daughter of President Taylor has been paid $16,000, the balance of his back salary. Bloody Avars are reported among the British American Indians north of Minnesota. A New Orleans dispatch says Sheriff Gonth renux is a defaulter to the amount of $250,000. Over 12,000,000 bushels of grain was shipped from New York for Europe during September. The Smithsonian Institute is informed that a Strasburg astronomer has discovered a new comet. The aggregate cost of the entire postal service for the year ending June 80th, 1SS0, was $22,200, 260. The coinage at U. 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. — 21 October 1880

r FKKB Sl-KECU, FltHE PltESS, KkBB PEOPLE. if Y 5? I Ft VOLUME X. NO. G. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCl'OBER 21, 1880. YEAR $3 00. A FINAL VICTORY. TirB HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES RBCOKSIDBKS TIIB VOTE OX THE WOMAN SUFPRAOB KBSOLUTION AND PASSES IT BY A LBGAI MAJOItrTV. RlUTXPICATIOX KBCB1TIO.N TO nK ACCOIJPKO TIIK ! OF BOTH II0USK5 lr -ru.it KB IX SAI.BM TO-XIOIIT II Y TUB WOMEN OP OKBOOX. iW Northwest is happy to announce j suspense into which thousands of its ! ro thrown last weeK uy uie uncertainly ,1 result of the pending action of the oprosentatives on the Woman Suffrage was only temporary; and, as evcry is publicly said in reference to the oov.ement is eagerly sought for by the Jai'r -world, we append a synopsis of the entire proceedings, well knowing that our readers are expecting it. The time set for special consideration of Senate Joint Resolution No. 2 having arrived, Hon. Lee Laughlin, Representative from Yamhill, moved that the House concur. Two or three gentlemen accept...

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. — 21 October 1880

THE !NEAy" NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1880. TUT I,OMB WITH FATHER AND MOTHER. jtfJtS. 1IATTIE F. BELL. Ttor.' aunowl place in our cmiunoou. Wh" VM" free from ill uafaw .'in- !Mvtt oly hush of the twilight rms v "Wspon or "Pence, be still;" While n f-.'i'J Toother's kind, gontlc teachings Fal 2- aitl ttaart on our ears, And a f:" ' :' BC.isin!lo of affection I ix bai a tor tir'$orrovs and tears. ' no- e er1 from this, there Is never another That seems ' ke Ihe home of f.ithor and mothor. -,,metlmes we grow tired of the old ways, Aj)d, like robins tlfnt lilt from the nest, The world s. ems Jcs&mlllng and sunny, We think If biW highway the best; o ie Iwt a pxtflSye with tlio homestead, ai.'J fly ' ! wKirenyoty sines; But w. find f here's a wold full of danger "or tyor i'itit unfledged wings, li. t i- ie path aeemshrighter to us than another i'V, - path that laadhomeward to father and mother. ! oar, as tby cSme up to meet us, M .y furrow aor brbvvs with their care, itvt tli"v ...

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. — 21 October 1880

( THE ?TEW SOUTHWEST, THUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1880. FORCED TO FIGHT. i bbmarkablx story of a frkncii dukl to TirB DBATII REMORSR OF THE SURVIVOR. In 1S5S Olivier Fontaine was Lieutenant in a light infantry regiment stationed at Nantes. He belonged to an old Toulouse family. His mother, to -whom he was devoted, had educated him in the most orthodox fashion. He fulfilled his religious duties in the regiment as regularly as though he had been tied to her apron-string. The Bishop of Xantes, who, in his youth, had been a cavalry of ficer, used to say that Lieutenant Fontaine would have made a better Bishop than himself. He was idolised by all his fellow oilicers but one, Lieuten ant Trouillefou, who owed his commission to the revolution of 1S4S. Trouillefou was a perfect type of vulgarity and ignorance, and a declared enemy of all that was noble, delicate and refined. He continually boasted of a slight wound received in a light at the barricades. In his eyes there was no glory beyond that ...

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. — 21 October 1880

i L THE NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1SS0. V- - - . Jitdept ' "tin Politics and Religion. MM 1 f$i(iues, and Thoroughly Radical in Ojf utf erpOsttig the Wrongs of the Masses. trh UriTJOX RATES fIX ADVANCE: '-KMiMnmwMinwtmtltit.t..iMt.nmmwmt 1 fiO opsUjk. 1 oo Uy Patrons (delivered) 25 One Tear. ' v Tkree 3fon! Per Monfi' Aiken m- : AU itrmfd ; mlbkiiUl be Inserted at Reasonable Prices. Mrt.cjI(,W. Adam are authorized to Solicit andfTfiibscrintions. wutcc intended for publication should bead lMjprtand all business letters to the ' l&riWAY PUBLISHING COMPANY, Cft??6 Washington street, Jrtlatul, Oregwu p. FtTi .N SOX, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1SS0. VICTORY. The fig! it ingtle against tho Woman Suffrage resai'Uiwi '1 Je House of Representatives was u naovfi Vaiid, as predicted last week, it was u'optcd i'V a Jal majority of all the members. A full rci rQfhe entire proceedings of tho House on the kiI jeptwill be found on our first page. This vk-torylpealcs loudly for the intelligenc...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 21 October 1880

4r- THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1880. Site ffitw $aviUwt$t. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1SS0. LOCAL EPITOME. H. Gilfry has returned from an extended he East. w-lKRatf A Ana Mr. visit t Colofi 1 Hawkins will speak at Oregon City to morrow evening. HonJ W. J. Plymale, of Jaoksonville, was in the city last Monday. Go ti Wood's elegant now store, under the town elfcok, for your huts. Tho ejeventh biennial session of the Legislature -will close on Saturday next. Mrs. pr. Solander has gone to McMinnville to treat t cases of diphtheria. . F. Caples addressed tho citizens of Ore- I last Friday evening. etron Transfer Company has furnished its ,ith numbered badges. E. Spencer, of Spokan Falls, has been d postmaster at that place. leo. H. Williams will speak in this citv Stay evening, October 80th. ,'H. Autenreith, of Jackson county, ad- io Hancock Clubsof this city on Monday . 0. Mc Gown, of Oregon City, is cam- tnrougii uiaoKumas county for the lie- iro the superior...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 21 October 1880

LITTLE BROWN HANDS." The following linos, snld to have boon written by n girl fifteen years of ago, arc pronounced by Miles O'Reilly the finest versos he ever road. Ho published them four times, and doclnred lie liked them hotter every tlmchorend thorn: They drive home the cows from tho pasture Up through tho long, shady lane, Where tho quail whistles loud In tho wheat field, That Is yollow with ripening grain. They find, In the thick waving grasses, Where the scarlot-llppod strawberry grows; They gather the earliest snow-drops, And the first crimson buds of the rose They toss the hay In the meadow; Thoy gather the elder bloom white; Thoy And where the dusky grapes purple In the soft-tinted October light. They know where the apples hang rliest. And are sweeter than Italy's wines; They know whero the fruit hangs Uie thickest, On the long, thorny blackberry vines. They gather the delicate sea-weeds And build tiny castles of sand ; They ilok up the beautiful son-shells Fairy barks that...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 21 October 1880

THE SOUTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1880. THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. JIISCELLA'EOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. THE GIRL OF METTLE. I motel lovely girl one tiny, Wbo glanced her Iron mo In smH a sweet, mischievous way That I felt ore-fully. All i how could I dis-powter right To steel my heart awny? Her silver tongue gave such delight That I was lead astray. I satnmoned all my brass to plead My lovo for her was gold. If mi have any tin agreed," She answered, olt, so cold ! I thought I'd zinc when she began, ate I had not a copper; Bat ere her web bronae round a man, I hope old Nickel stop her. TRACES OK HITCHING. "Suppose," said lie, In accents soft, "A felloe just like me sitonui axie iim Km i" y , WOUIU tne nittivw ire . s her liquid eyes; i musiies minute; dal halter when tn, Sur, cingle?" e : "O. be my bride. again : ress of my soul, ver rem. ly deeds heart. shaft that rends apart." te maiden felt lushes glow. or faithful hub, or wnoa. T...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 21 October 1880

THE 3sTEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, .1880. i GENERAL NEWS. MISOKUrilKgOOS ADVBBT18EMENT A VOICE FROM CLACKAMAS COUNTY. Needy, Oregon, October 9, 1SS0. To tub Editor of the Nbv Northwrst: Is General Garfield a republican (that is, true to the Nation's interests), when he refuses to declare himself upon the subject of Woman Suffrage upon the subject of equal rights for all the citizons of America? "Wore the women citizens of the United States seeking too much when they asked him to express his opinion of the individuality of his mother whether or not she should be recog nized in all the rights of an American citizen ? He was not governed by a conscientious impulse, or he would not have been thus reticent upon a question that takes so strong a hold upon human freedom. If he were a republican in reality, he would desire to support that framework of human freedom, the Declaration of Independence, which included equal rights and equal protection in all its domain for all its subjec...

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. — 28 October 1880

i' ' , FKKB Kl'KKCH, FllEK VOLUME X. NO. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1SS0.. THE RATIFICATION. irjEB AVOMA SUPKKAGK KKSOMJTIOX BXDOIISKD BY THK IUIGBST AND MOST KNTHUSIAS- TIC ASSBMBI-VGB BVKIt OONVKXKD . IX TUB CAPITAI CITY. mam alusic xxcklmsnt spkbchbs, and okxkkai. rk- jtflCCTO, DESI'ITB THK DIKACKTCI. OO.NKUCT W AN ALBANY " DIVINK" ANI JUS MOOPLCX AM-IKS. 'Agreeable to previous nnnouncemont, the AVom an Suffragists, to the number of many hundred, iml on the evening of the 21st instant at Heed's Opera House, Salem, to ratify the action of the Legislature in passing a resolution to submit to the voters an amendment to the Constitution for bidding the future disfranchisement of any citixen on account of sex. The platform was gaily fes tooned with flags and evergreens, giving a brilliant efltect in the glistening gaslight The doors were thrown open at seven o'clock, and in less than lmlf an hour the spacious hall was filled to its ut anost capacity by an eager, curious a...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 28 October 1880

THE NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1SS0. wamrKKx THE tSSTC are thrown KhH. the umslciilsieobbjng ncut in J iauto?8urprisc; i4.ro paUse ind hearts .rind eatta ibwttuk quiver -and tlirob wft; VI ten the fftitiala fiitU and the glasses' 7 Betirer: tibere nre cute flirtations "With hhl-... befiut.es and stylisllftiiux-"' Hp. mt u hfe', njyi Xult of temptations, . -Mgbed ovr the evening's closer OM, mteih U dona that's regretted at dawn,f Wj .1 Mi'wirtotn fc dewn and the lights finned on. Htfw4VtM cctshere are sweet vonU spefcee, JHW f'W dead with many a moan; 4pwnd uOpeaed and heart are broKn M Un hum nU-sjijpIe, ami .undertone: jitbent ' -X" (tm and the atixtala Aim tHi?-aer play or the 'stage Eixse qh. 'ST. WlfiCSfit .GRANtlE, ' OX' &frVnrA.Ks a si" v liKgQQro&V; rtCObi ar 'ohm rat1 inuHtonm' Vashfiig- bi n erfcha e en: found mtmt WP1 Bar ftrbt : 'mr'AiiIfip Akwb ahalbVnot be 4 to ba tiufffr1nTffire xtl in any aftin as in Portland, August, is. t BJiKrn&su """111 perhaps ...

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. — 28 October 1880

THE TEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 18$0. THE ROYAL FAMILY OF SPAIN. BY HESTER M. POOLE. The out-worn rite, the old abuse, The pious fraud transparent grown, The good held captive In the uso Of wrong alone These wait their doom, from that groat Ihw lutili made the past time serve to-diiy, And fresher life the world shall draw From Uielr decay. O, backward-looking son of time ! , The new Is old, the old Is new, The cycle of a change sublime Still sweeping through Yet, not the less for it or thou, The eternal step of Progress lieah To that great anthem, calm and slow, Whleh God repeats. Whittitr. ' The birth of a princess, heir to the haughty we of Spin, has stirred the hearts of its 17, 000,000 inhabitants, and also of those who people MB islands and dependencies. Thcbabcisagrand nwighter of Christina, the fourth wife of Ferdi .ithd VII., who, after the battle of Leipsic in 1813, as restored to his heritage when the armies of ISttijland forced Joseph Uonaparte to leave the Pjanu...

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. — 28 October 1880

4- Tllh NEW NORTHWEST, THUKSDAV, OCTOBER 28, 1SS0. flit, ?. tw $ortfitrtfi. A Jarfulor t. voting ami"'" ' Year, jr -JW, Vr. ztf lfr piM IMiffion. OH' Tliorouyhly Ilwlictd in 0)- nng of the II tue. IATKS IX ADVAXCE : SS 00 1 SO i on lliveretl as hiirrM at llftnonable 1'riees. AU irrHrittk' Ad'iMn art- authorized to Solicit entletl for jtublicition MhoulI be wi ll ImxtH letter to tlte I pi m. isuixg coma xr. nhinrton xtrert, Jtortlatul, Oregon. iTIIUUKDAV, OCTOBER 2S, 1S80. ENTIAL ELECTION. Oo ihese Unuo t H roMtfft-tlM Votes IwpiHKOoiufag ti IU1 we rrfcift? Mtaifi&a 'CCTWBf Wee; t-rpetiiate. itsnvA tilled afMns f by arm. smtativep tfif) rre the 0qvc((W t grant what proving StHt tfctfoa i ihuaewhe-li&Vi and to 0!$4?i eiase we&Jfi&oi (ulby which tefre th X fit raeeess au the jmtinni break the "law- Kowffc Carotlna ua&vm4o not tjhBiU tit l. judges, by e 2d proximo, the voters of vill decide whether .lames field Scott Hancock will be lovernment for the coining he succ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 28 October 1880

THE NEW SOUTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2S, 1SS0. A- 4 a J JO .m PORTLAND. OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOHKR 28, ISM. LOCAL EPITOME. First ftreet is being paved with Belgian blocks. Tll Mechanics' Fair olosecl on Saturday night. emor Thayer has pardoned live more con- lb United States District Court, Victor Yol- s oeen admitted to cttizeitempi Williams has been sentenced to the peni for Ave years for highway robbery. aiilt for the county records, on the south iourt iiouee, is Hearing completion. ry in the cape of Rollins, chanced with r of Kelly, "the vag," failed to agree. nocrats claim that their procession this u surpass tiie recent jtarade of the lie- the superior finish and excellence of stands preeminent as a nhotoeranher. call. J. Lawrence, of Baker countv. ?toke Seal issues on last Saturday evening at an. of Third street is being raised above mark. Other low strete will lw olo- ftue time. ge has been indicted by the Grand itatilla county for robbing Wells, Fargo re box. No. 64 Morrison...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 28 October 1880

THE NEW XOIilHWEST, THURSDAr, OCTOBER 28, 1880. SECRETS. "Sot one could loll, tor nobody knew, How the dainty little blossom grow, Or why It was pink, or why It was bluo, This child of the storm, the sun and dew. Not one could tell, for nobody knew, Why love was made to gladden a few. And hearts that would forever bo true Go lone and starved the whole way through. HEARTS AND HANDS. I am a widow with one son and one daughter. We live on the northwestern coast of Scotland, in a spacious house, built one hundred and fifty years ago by- one of our ancestors. I have heard that he was a naval officer in the British service, and had lived under the English Hag, "wherever the breeze could bear or ocean foam," until, weary with roaming, he sought this world-forgetting spot, manifesting his enduring love for the ocean by settling within the sound of the siren's voice, yet safe from her embrace. The mansion which he built must be an emblem of himself half feudal, half-modern clinging to gracef...

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