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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 21 April 1881

- THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1881. BABY MONKEYS. Moukeys ar. born in almost as helpless a condi tion a- ai Hunan brings. For the H.-st fortnight After birth 'h. v pane their tim in oing nursed, in sle .i! iind in looking about them. During the Wi '" f "hi time the care and th - attention of the ni',i, r :-re most 'xemiilary : the slightest sound r movement excites her immediate no tice; nnd, with her baby in her arms, she skill full - s ade any approaching danger by the most a ir .it maneuvers. At the end of the first fort night the little one begins to get about by itself, hut a' ways under It mother's watchful care. Slw frequentl attornf ii teach it to do for Itseif ; but she' never forgei-s her solidtude fonts ef -fv, aiKl at the earliest intimation of danger aeizi- t in her arms and seeks a place of refuge. Whf-n about six weeks old the baby begins to need : ore aubstaniial nutriment than milk, and jstatijjM tit provide Rfr himself. Its powers are peef i!y d. valoped...

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 April 1881

i. 8 3ME NEW 2sTOBTHWEST, THURSDAY, APRIL .21, 1881. AMUSEMENT NOTES. Sarah Bernhardt's American tour has been vftrv satisfactory to her. She has deposited S!0,0D9 "with her bankers. The firm determination to lynch Frank Muyo if he tries to play "Hamlet" is heard from all parts of the country. Mrs. D. F. Smith, the well-known elocutionist has gone up the Willamette Valley, and will give entertainments at various places. The New York Evening Post says : " 'The Pas sion Play' is still a future possibility here, in a building constructed expressly for it." The Telegram is boldly engaged in an eflbrt to convince its readers that "Buffalo Bill," the noted scout and bad actor, is living in East Portlaud. The New York Tribune thinks that nothing has ever happened so propitious to dramatic art in England as the conjunction of Henry Irving and Edwin 'Booth on the London stage. Adopting the reverse of Adam Forepaugh's plan, the Sells Brothers, who own a show bearing the modest title of "The M...

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