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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 July 1872

.....JULY 19, 1872. HOMENEWS. The dolinriiiuiit tux list in Polk county foots up $1,965 52. A Weeden "Water Pipe factory is to be -tartl In Salem. 'liw wheat ami oal imrvest will com iuv . in a f-w lay-. .Lane county has 2,000 In the Treasury owr uii'i alove her indebtedness. Ihf new Pewitetilinry building at Sa lem v ill ready foroeeupnney in a few itay-. AVerk mi tlie M. K. Church and agri cultural buildings t Salem is going on linoly. Tlft.sW!liamefte University ott Salem has lately received l""e an addditiou to lis library. lan oounty receive I SC00 for licenses last yer. Linn received S000 from a similar source. The salary of the Superintendent of Son note In I! county lias lieen raiseu to $600 per annum. GrvNllie Is to have ft new fire engine. The Chief Engineer has gone to San Franefcoo to purchase it. Yite fiw from Olynipia to Seattle, a dManee of eighty miles Is twenty-five eeni. Cheap riding Hint. The tbermoueter stood 107 degrees on tl shady side of the stroot in Walla "W...

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. — 19 July 1872

1 fiercest FRIDAY. JULY 10, 1S72. "None Knoiicm." Well, think mo tealtlens love me still. ) tine o'er my change tvt you will. And nay my jmws cam compare 11 every mnig war onciii ana rare. fl Ike your lor mcntML whfcji tees Something Hlthln me which ran please. SUH, when the waters of my soul Are sometimes ntlrred beyond control. Could you look In the depths lie low. You might not always sec mew. Then would yourcliarlty endure To see the stream le clear and pure ' Could you with calm eye wateh and see Tlie tempests lower. )erhnM youM te The drat to turn away your faee. Ami give me In your heart no place. IamslonN have never been conferred On you, methtuks, to be m stirred. Ami when ywicirie upon my face, YmiHerent-therMntest'trBe -of all my slnnrete. lona; and fierce. And of tlx tltoriw which o on ideree 11 vim I trend my lonely road. Carrying along my dally load. Yet do tlie scats within my heart Ache often o'erthe Miter part Which I huvc home, until the power You think so fair mig...

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. — 26 July 1872

MRS. A. J. Hl.VUTAT. Editor and I'roprlttor OI'1'IC'C-Cor. Third nml Washington .Sis A Journal lor the People. Iievotad to the Interest or Humanity. iBttopendaat in Polittos aiul Religion. Alive to all Live Iattei, and Thoroughly IUHlkml In Opposing antl Kxpnsinc the Wrontn TKK!?. IS AWVAXCK: of I he Masses. nix ..ITS .10 ADVKBTlsEXKKTBlMHtedoB IteMoaable S0N0EAHEWITT. BY MBS. KVSIK WII IIKKEI.I. Entered, according to Ute Act nt OongrvM, in the year fcfls, by Mr. surtie Wltbwll, in the Of ateof tae I imrian of lomrwa M Wartilnslon CI. i 'If AFTER XV. MUii or cracc Asm umt i.rxA. W will invite the render to take a trip with as to Norwich, where we will stop awhile at Grace Marsh's home. Mre. Marsh, wlw Imw really recover ed her health, is seated by the side of a bright eoai fire. Upon the opK3ile side of the room sit two little boys busy At game of checkers. At Iter feet kneels a little cury-headed girl, or five summers, wry intent with "Mother q&t's Melodies." To (he left, partl...

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. — 26 July 1872

ts FRIDAY. JULY 2G, 1S72. 6EANT AND WILSON. FOR rRKSIUKNT. T. S. GKAXT; IX) It VICE rKCfil IEST, HENItY WILSON. "While it is true tbat the great major ity of the women of America did uot get the man of their choice as nomi nee for Presidential honors in the com ing Republican campaign, it is also true that they have not the ghost of a show for political freedom in any other party. "We have not not been wan tins in cour teous overtures of amnesty toward our Liberal Republican, but really illiberal Democratic brethren, who have swal lowed Greeley whole, taken possession of Ids citadel and hoisted him at the end of their banner, from whence he looks down upon them with a self-com placent grimace, as much as to say : "What an honcel Democrat I am ! And when the rebel horde get mc for President, won't I get my pay with usury for all the abuse they heaped upon me in the days of their pet insti tution, aforeryf Isn't it a jolly joke that they, of all men in the world, are foist ing me into...

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. — 26 July 1872

FRIDAY. ...JULY 20, 1S72. HOMENEWS. Tlie total property valuation of Cor vallis is $31,5S0. Hay in thfe Salem market is belling at from to $1S pox ton. Crops in Clackamas county arc rc lrtel good ly tlie 13Hierprie. The statement that Joab Fowell hail Leoonie insane is contradicted. Count Kliitfeky, the Polish exile, lec tures at Philharmonic ITall to-morrow night. For choice reading get Oodefft Maga zine for August, It is unusually inter- esting. II. It. Kincaid, of the Eugene Journal, is expected home frqni Washington shortly. Don't forget the lecture to-night by Stephen Mayuell, the Poet-Laborer of Portland. One sawmill is just finished at Tilla mook, ami another is in process of con struction. General Hooker, of well known fame, is now visiting various points in Oregon, his old home. ThePitteburgi'I'a.) Commercial grave ly announces that Oregon is a tea growing State. That' news. Ashland, in Jackson county, and For est (irove in Washington county, have I .1. t . . . I 4 1 anu ut...

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. — 26 July 1872

nil Hni 1 1 FRIDAY.. .JULY 26, 1872 Her Sphere. No outward Rbrn her angelhood revealed, SawaUwiber eye were wondrotu. mild and The Hirsute round Jier forehead n eoocrard Mr pale Rlory of ber shininj huir. She ban the voke and wore I lie name of wife Tin ami who made her tenderness and gni-e A MMre eoovenierwr of his narrow life. And jmt a aeraph In a servant' place. Sbetlnniul his meagre h earth ; the bieed and , warned . . liia poverty, and met IU harsh demands M'ltfc nek, unvary lnt pat teiKsts and performed It HMBdai tasks witli stained and battered She wwwd his ehiulreb tlrou;h their helpless Oaw tliem her strength, her youth, her nawfi pnme; Hare tor tbeui sore tvtaatlnii. toll wf iMr Which made beroldand tired before her time. Amtwhen Hence fever smote him with Its blteht. Her aahm, eon-ollm Mresenee charmed hU TlirniULii ion and thankless watches, Uy and lier ttMtering Angers cooled h is faee like rain, "With soft, magnetic touch, and mnrmnrs sweet we asrogni nim steep, ana 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. — 2 August 1872

HP' Una fettle t MRS. A. J. HllMHAT, Editor 5an4 rroprlrlor OrriCE-Cor.TliIrd and iVnslilii-loii Sit TKRMfl, IX AIVAN08 Six ittcattbn Three Month... , 1 v 1 ADVERTISEMENTS Imvrtod on TUauonaWe Tens. S0N0EAHEWITT. KT MRS. BfwIE WmtKREIX. Entered, anonling to tbe Act or CongreM. 1 a the ?aar K, by Jin. suite Ttherell, In tbe Of fice of the librarian ofCongr at Vhlnton Cltf.; Fits SfKBTtf, Kntii! Tnisw, Vkkt. Vmvi.r. rHAITEK XVI. A NEW 1 K AK - I.AKKNTE ANW Hi. VSTHT. It is the last night or the old year, and great preparations arc going for ward at tho Hewitts to meet It, as they hod always Iieen accustomed to, with great glee and merriment. j Senimi and Adele were giving a few extra touches to the elegant table! whieh lMtd been spread for thehencfitj of their friends, while Harry and l"s! father were decorating the parlors and halls rilli wreaths of evergreens. Mt?. ! Hewitt awl Mrs. Summers were silling together upon the sofa conversing upon different subjects, when a loud ring at 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. — 2 August 1872

1)1 s?TT FRIDAY AUGUST 2, l&7i ibivolity of women. Mon complain of the frivolity of women. Tliey say that th average woman thinks more about the fashion able cut of her dress, the style of her hair and the height of her shoe heels, than she docs of the affairs of State, the reformations of society, or the different avenues of trade anil commerce. Vo grant that all these assertions are true. "Wc are sorry to admit this, but tlic fact is everywhere discernible. "Wo know of no remedy for the existing frivolity of women except increase of moral ami pecuniar' responsibility. It is natural and also perfectly right that woman should bestow much care upon lior personal adornment, know us a woman who has no regard for cleanli ness, beauty, or even fashion, and we will show you a woman who is a sort of natural monstrosity a disagreeable compound of vinegar and aquafortis or else a vapid specimen of humanity who cannot arouse herself sufficiently to form an intelligent opinion. Our idea of...

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 August 1872

i FRIDAY .Alt; U.ST ' 1S72. H0ME2TEWS. It is snitl that 250Swetlisli families are on their wny to 1'ngct Sound. The new penitential?' at Salem was to lie ready for occtiimncr yesterday. During tlie recent hot weather the thenioneter at Seattle, Y. T., reached onlyahight ofSS". Arthur Jf&me Muyatinc and ChU tlrerft Jlcmr for August are at hand." Both are good numbers. Hie Slaietman predicts that farmers will liexbie to get inorc than OS or To cents a bushel for their wheat. An illustrated mothly magazine will soon he ieetied from the office of the Al Iwny Jtegirtcr. Terms, $1 a yrair. CorvKlHs lias two fire cisterns all com pleted ami ready to he filled by the new fire engine, wliieli is expecfod to arrive soon. The Portland Free Discussion Club have their weekly meetings every Sun day at S o'clock P. M. at No. 80 First St., up stairs. Messrs S. A. Clarke and D. W. Cmig have purclMised theWillamettei'brwier, Mr. A. Ij. Slinson, the old proprietcr, retiring on account of ill healt...

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 August 1872

'St. FRIDAY AUGUST 2, 1ST Sixteen ami I'orly. BV rRAN'K. . .. wht- vo-1 uinosc that I do; And me much honor-yon know It Is lw$8in ftwty wHh srtddv sixteen. ..... i-..,. ... .i;flMnmli ! riven to me! Thi " bracelets, this necklace they're nt ror I'm rouil-Tiled enough; tor.darilnr, ypu know One is n-lly liougnt at me ge oi Miievu. Oh, ! I've hod vUlonc I tell yo the truth nr' - in l n :i collate." and romance ne'er en: Ol a bride an1 a groom In the bloom or their youth I suppose iv a fancy of dreaming sixteen, Tim'1 a hv the stories I've read and been told Tl at to wed wiUigmylMiiBwaf Mtcoinmou, I ween; ' "When the shafts of Don Coptd, though pointed witlt gold. Had mil.- etlect on the heart of sixteen. I've R roM ions since withered, a carl of dark hair. And h idiotograutitrtnV I carefully wreen From the point: eye of "Madame la Mere;" Tby are all that remains of my dream of six- teen. "A tartde oi the period" the ret of my life. That I am unhuDvr no vcrsou luui seen: My brhl-irrooi...

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 August 1872

- i- - - M mmmm. MIM. A. J. Bl'Mfl'iT. Editor and Pwprlttor A Journal for ike People, Devoted to the Interests of Humanity ori'Icr-ror.Tlilril and AVasliliiston Nts Independent fn raJes and ItelfgloBY Uive to all TJfci hanes, and Thoroughly Iterfieal in OypeMarattd Kxpnaine; thJvroag nt the 3re : ' ' '' SO : 4aS - OaRTSfpoHtteutfi wiMitf m i i 'najuatjhjjn lures nmit make known their naaus, the KUIlor, or no attention will be giveae their TERMS, IX AUVANCE: Onei Six mftnlhn .IS Three months. 1 CO Am'BRTIftFMEXTS foamed on RcMomUle x-cu. FBJtK SPEKCII, PjlEK VSlEaH, FlSKE l'KOPtH, " " YOLIDIE XT. rOlTLVrsD, OKEGON, FKIDAV, VTJGMjST O, :VTJ3X7 i 12 rT7 , . flr (tip Nev1ffairttrfflBtt.i Vlca for Innocent. MT STKPllftN- MATMEU. JfattHtux tlie tj- soiatr; What Iim il 4tmm to tbee Kmpibat thy HHeHi itnn 'fltmld hnb it Melody? Be meniful, n hunter Mat to it tender boo; Bomc the little liiajoeeajf ; That iu cr dW yon wrtmu.' ' ' Bam uot tlie tinj aaugstcr. The Mile Mol f Jojr; it rKK i aoMt...

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 August 1872

4 FRIDAY.. BETTEE EDUCATION 01 WOMEN. That there is diflbronce of opinion on , rrcsident who has given woman a many of the points relating to woman's ci,ance (0 participate in affairs of Gov enfranchieoment is obvious enough; but crnmct. irc )jas appointel a large whatever may be the opinion of intelli- numbcr of women to 110,iMon, flr cent citizens concerning the advantages which society and the State are to de rive from the agitation of the question of tho work and station of women, no one doubts the gain to be made by her better education. No sooner does a man, by any means whatever, get lifted up by an education, than he at once comes among those who feel most keen ly the need of applying the same elevat ing force to Ills fellow men. Whether h s training be gained in the schools or in the ruder but effective teaching ma chinery of life, the trained man is com pelled to feel that the best thing he can do for his fellows is to provide them with the shortest, surest and cheapest ro...

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. — 9 August 1872

FRIDAY.... AUGUST 0, 1S72. HOMEJIEWS. The Legislature meets next month. The base tell fever is raging in Eu gene. Marion county has elglity-onc public schools. The EnMeni Oregon ponoh crop will le large. The Oregon City Posioflice was robbed Tuesday night. Gen. Joe. Hooker left fftr San Fran- ci-eo on Monday. Mail." come more repnlnrly now than for some time pnt. The crops in Washington county are turning out very well. Hay is very scarce in Umpqun Valley and sells at $10 per ton. G. "W. Snyder is now proprietor of the MeMinnvllle West-Side. Many counterfeit half dollars arc in circulation" about Roseburg. The Imats do not run above Salem at present, owing to low water. KIdorttdo Ditch Company, Raker county, is now selling water. It is .stated that a. new Republican pa per is projected at Oregon City. A grouse flew into Mr. Strang's liou-e at Salem and was caught alive. Navigation on the upper Columbia has been abandoned for the present sea son. P. D. IIulI, of Jacksonville, has tak...

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. — 9 August 1872

FRIDAY ATGUST 9, 1S72. irWeJuftt. iftwTinPur the Mjmccrs Pnmd Hjtiunxt tfeewimlow pane. VuM be cold and rtlffto-morrow - WbuM Ile brlijhteye of tiprdartlBf Cfetatt ifce frown apon mr wbvtt Would lite prMitnf row an Vex nyttten as they So sow? Ah! liioc UUIe ico-cokl flfliet, . How they point our memo" naoK To the hasty words and actions Strewn along our Imckward track! How tlwr liule hands remind n. Afc In n- w trace they lit. Not tn M-iH i r thorns but roses Por"iir n aping, by and by! Strange w in vcr prlie the Hiusir Till the c(K'l- olced bird mis flown ! Strnage that we sltoukl slight tlie violet!. Till the lovely throws art- none! Strange that summer skies and sunshine Xerec Mem one-half m lair As when winter's snowy pinions Sbke the while down in Hte air! ljps lrom which Uie eal of alienee. None but God ran roll away, Never Messomed in MlrlLhOEHMy As adorn the month to-day; And sweet word that freight our memory With their beautiful perfume, Cam to as in waateraoaoM 'Tbrnrtgti...

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. — 16 August 1872

MKS. A. J. Dl'MWAY, Editor and Proprietor OrriOE-Cor.TIilPtl and Washington Sit TERMS, IN ADVANCE: A Journal flr the People. Ueroteil to the Interests ot Humanity. Independent in Polltfw uml Religion. Uve to all IJve Iue, aad Thoroughly Itadteal In Opposing and ExpoMn; the 'Wrongs oi the 3Iaes. One year. filx mentha- - 1 73 leo Three m on lb a. . Fiiee Spbecii, Fkeb Press, Fijf.e People. OnrragDandenlfi wrltlmr over assumed signa ture) mmt make known their names to the Ktlltor, or no attention will be glfen f0 their ADVERTISEMENTS Insert etlon neasonable Tenns. TOLTOIE II- !?OXtTX.A.lVX, OBEGON, XlvIDWV, AUGUST lO, 1872. communications. ta . hi ma m 1 WW S0N0EAHEITT. BV MBS. SVSIE WmiEKELL. Enteral, aeeonllng to the Act or Couprmw.ln the yeMrlKXbj- Mre.SaJeAVitherell,ln the Of fice orilte librarian of Cnntpma at Washington Cy. riiAiTKii xvin. TMB DOrltLK VntODINO. It is the night before the bridal. Ev erything is preared the bridal tros seaus, with all their gay appendages. The tabl...

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. — 16 August 1872

FRIDAY AUGUST 10, 1S72. HOW 70ULDW0MEN VOTE? A sensible woman (Helen P. Jenkins) answers this question so well that we cannot do belter than to transcribe her letter in full for these columns. She says j The question Is frequently asked me: "For whom shall you vote this fall?" There is, I "own, a strong odor of sar casm in this question; yet, after deduct ing the sarcasm, there is, I believe, an honest inquiry as to how the thinking women staud hi regard to the two polit ical parties therefore this question has great significance. "When the men of a nation commence to ask women their candid opinions upon national ami po litical questions, the fact may le set down as an evidence of growth in the women as woll as in the men of that na tion. "When men cense flattering women and take to conferring with them, there is hope for the raee. But this is a digression. I wish to an swer this question which so frequehtly greets us. I do not believe there are half a dozen women among all the "Wom...

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. — 16 August 1872

She tto Ikilteesi FRIDAY AUGUST 1G, 1S72. HOHENEWS. Travel on ttic railroad is increasing. Waco anticipates a very full crop of grapes. Wheat is worth sisly cents a bushel at Salem. The lire engine bought by Corvallis cost $2,000. Tlie first Oregon peaches have put in an appearance. New wheat is coining in rapidly at the Salem mills. Albany has had its picture taken, and it is to be engraved. Wheat for storage is arriving in great ojiautitiee at Salem. nouses in Iloeburg are in great de mand and the supply limited. It is reported that Walter Maflutt is going to build a 1,500 ton bark. At Albany one bushel of potatoes is worth as much as two of wheat. The Phillips family, Lane county, have all recovered from the small pox. Farmers are swarming in the city with all kinds of vegetables, berries, tic. Two Fort Stevens girls paddled a small boat the other day from the Fort to As toria. Work is progressing rapidly on the railroad bridge across the North Ump cjua. The Fair Ground is being ...

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. — 16 August 1872

- . x fpje Jjiea Jtttnl Ijiacst FRIDAY... 1.- AUGUST 1C, 1S72. Marian May. Marfan km ourhaBileC pUJe. Fo r of off the maids In'll country side W none so fair am. Her hair w like Hk,Ml her eyes Hkewine Liquid, dark and deep; They amrkled himI danced In live broad sun lilne. Or melted In rosy sleep. Lovers by scores for her white hand sighed, Of high and ol low decree; And many came riding from tar and wide. Her aweethearU fain to be. The squire had plenty of golden store, St tell as lor hi in was meet, And lie wished no better ami asked no more. Than to lay It all at .her feet. But die pot hii Kills ami hU vows aaMe, Laughing, and outawke ahe, "I never wa born for a rteh man's bride, So I eanmrt mate with thee." The parson lie came, with hts face o jrmve, Gentle and deep and prim, And Mthl the liest way her hhiI to nr Was to take and marry him. Bat she only opened hereywi fnll wide, Womlerinir. and ouolh che. "Were there never a man In the world lteafcle, You'd be ftir too good for m...

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. — 23 August 1872

MRS. A. J. DE.MWAT, Editor ani rroprlrtor Ori'ICK-ror.ThipU nnd Wnshliiston Kts A Journal for tho Feta. - Iieroled to the Interests of Ifiimnnlty. Independent In rolltfcM tirrif ItWtflon. llre to all Live Inw,'sriwl Thoroushly Ilatlkal In bppo-bitrantl KxpoVfnrtlie Wronj of th Maiw. TKI5MK, IN ADVANCE: One year. Six month. Three ruoinhv. . , 1 H Correspondent .writing ovwiwsumed signa tures must make known tlielr names to tlnv Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. ADVEKTMjHM KNTB Inserted on Reatoflahle Tenuis. TrOX.TJ3IJ3 II- rOTtTIVIrD , OKEGON, FRIDAY, A.TJGTJST lJ?rS5- Fbke Spf.bcii, Free Tress, Vuhe rrortc SOUOBA HET7ITT. BT VBS. KTOtE wrTHKJtrLU EnCmd, meoordlns lu the Act of Congress, In the yi-ar by Mn.Kale Wttherell.in the Of fice of the Librarian nTComrrem At Washington flty.J ffHAl'TKK XIX. CATHKHIXC UK MIDCfS STOnv. "That was well spoken for "a falsehood truly! lint how mistaken arc his. ideas regarding his 'untarnished character!' " said Catheri...

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. — 23 August 1872

FRIDAY... AUGUST 23, 1S72. AW EEEONEUS POSITION. A, writer iii the London Globe pro fesses to havo made a notable discovery in social science. Ho asserts that wom en are not so popular among men as they used to be, marriages arc not so numerous in proportion to population, and he finds the reason for it all in tbe higher education of women. "In their regard for intellectual ambition they have ceased to respect the emotional side of human nature, and in their de maud for free trade in the work of the world, for leave to spare in all the spe cialties in, man's life, they have forgot ten that part of their own happiness lies in administering to his. They have lost the trait of loving as they uwl to love, they have abjured the old virtues of patience, modesty, tenderness, solf Eacrifico, home-keeping and home-blessing, and have become cold, hard, and worldly and self-assertive instead. They have ceased to ho women in all that constitutes true womanhood, and con sequently have ceased to ...

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