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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 December 1873

FRrDAY. .DKCKMUmt 12, 1873. J. K. HOMENEWS. Gill & Co. invite attention to MONEY SAVED! Prices Reduced for 30 Days ! their extensive stock of holiday goods. Go and see theui. D. D. Kriggs, Washington street, be tween Third and Fourth, wants to see you. You'll find it to your interest to Visit him. The Aurora Restaurant is one of the best places in the city to get :i flue lunch or a good Mjiiare meal. Every thing is now, neat and attractive. The I nitanan lair anu lestival on Tuesday evening was largely attended, and proved financially and socially a suc cess. The Episcopal fair of the same evening was alto well patronized. Dr. C. M. Sawtelle, late graduate of the Oregon Medical College, has been appointed physician and surgeon at Ncah Bay Agency, V. T. Mrs. Dr. Sawtelle can still bo found at her office, corner of Fourth aud Salmon streets, where she is ready to receive professional visits and guarantee satisfaction. Mctonnick's Almanac for 1874 on our table. For twenty years thi...

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. — 12 December 1873

FRIDAY. .DECEMBER 12, 1873. THE BO.V.NT BROWS HASD. uv t'AUt. H. HATOE. Oh, drearily, how Urcurlly, the sombre eve clomps down! And wearily, how wearily.the seaward breezes blow! But plarevour little hand la mine so dainty Tor household toll hath worn away Hi roy tinteu snow; But I foW It. wife, the nearer. And I leel, my love, 'tis dearer Th nn all dear things of earth, As I watch the pensive cloamlnr And my wild thoughts cease from roaming. And bird-like furl their pinions close beside Then rest your little hand In mine, while twl- ugui simmers aown The hand that holds an honest heart and rules a nappy neaxlli. Oh, nierrlly.irow merrily, our children's voices rise! And cheerlly.how cheerily, their tiny roouteps fall! But, band, you must not stir awhile, for there our uestlimr lies. Snug In the cradle at your side, the loveliest lurniau; And she looks so arch and airy, Ho softly pure a fairy She searoe seems bound to earth; And her dimpled mouth Veens smiling, AsatNomechlld-fav's b...

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. — 19 December 1873

. A'Uourii w Hits. 1. J. WMWAT. Editor and tToprlttor "fieSredtotlie ImerMUi or Humanity. ImleriifiFent ftf-Poillles'and Kefejkjn. AHYP o a)b iave'lues, ,and. . Thoroughly ori'ICIS-Cor. I'ront nnd blark Streets, Uadipt in QprK-M"?!1"1 "piwn r,c ol the Masses, TERMS, IK ADVANCES One yew Six umnflis Xlre month- -Hrrf :iS51 CorresponJen8 wrlllns overassunieillrnai Hires inut i"ke known their name? Editor.oriio attentlou will he given to im-.r ADVERTISEMENTS Inxrtttlon Reasonable VOITXaiE III. X" QXILTL A.1VI , OREGON, FREDA-V, DECEMBER 1S, 1873. KTJJIBEK IS comiiutnlenlloits.- ' iuj xerrau. DREAMS AM) REALITIES. ' BY KHKKB CART. 'Thp following nrm l th 11 onkutbr Phebe ."ry Ui "Hrpr Muzar, whloli paper aid of Jt: "It ft the son- of.the tly ine wan, lender, and tweet, and ix-autinjL" o, Rosamond, thou Uir and tU, And perfect flower of womanhood. Thou rojal r.u.e of June: Why dldat lliod droop beiore thy ilmeT Why wltlier iu tin- flr-.t stt tim? ? Wliy didst IllOU dlf -u .xu? For. lookin...

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. — 19 December 1873

.DECEMBER 10, 1873. 0E6AU1ZE !OBGAUIZE ! Friends of Woman Suffrage, men and women, without distinction of party, in every locality, are urgently requested to form, In their own town without de lay, a WOMAN SUFFRAGE POLITICAL CLCB, Composed of members who will Bign tlief5llovvIng article of association: We, the undersigned, residents of , In the State of , of all political par ties, believing that Woman Suffrage is a vital political Issue, do hereby organ lie Into a Woman Suffrage Political Club, for the purpose of forward ing 'lie movement morally and po litically, by the systematic circula tlon of tracts and newspapers, by hold ing public meetings, and especially by helping to elect the friends of Suflrage to the Legislature and to Congress, and by helping to defeat Its opponents. "THE EPIOEHE SEX.,r Under this head an nrticle has been going the rounds of a certain class of newspapers, copied from the Saturday Jlevlac, and evidently originating in the .brain of some half-fledged yo...

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. — 19 December 1873

.DECEMBER 19, 1873. HOME HEWS. Bosco to-night (Friday) at Oro Fitio Theater; also to-morrow uight. "What has Uio Xew Northwest been and gone ami done that it was alighted by the recent hall of naker and Canby I'ost, G. A. R.? A large supply of vegetables, laid in for the use of the Deaf Mute School, at Salem,' were lately all frozen, and are an entire loss to that institution The Catholic Fair at Armory Hall, under the supervision of women, proved a popular success. The receipts were large and the interest in the Fair con stantly increased until the close. H. B. Morrill has a flaming new sign. Go and see it, and then you will enter his establishment and purchase a new spring bed; and you will be tempted to patronize "Weber, in the same building, for what you want in upholstering. W. A. Mills 1ms removed from Green ville to Clackamas, where he has en gaged in a general mercantile business. "We confidentially reccomm end him to our readers in that vicinity as an accom modating and rel...

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 December 1873

? s -c a?: FllID'.II---fiEC'KMBER'111873' pkophet of ..u.:etii. BV JAXE1 C. T..r 5Tiffo1f?1ngls the'lateUof Ji in es G. Clark's I at -red songs. Beautiful as It is. e cannot pro nounce U the best. Mr. Clark, s. a composer aa J singer, has no equal In Hie d' ,artment he hischowu. ItlsblR dcltslitfnl . ste to trans late the best portions of the opera to the com prt-benskm or the people. His singing Is elocu tion nt- to music. Although he always trim applause by his humorous pieces, lie seems out of place, and Is at home only jn grand, spirit ual compositions, with every note responsive chords htrikhi; lu the hearts of his auditors. 8w eet Prophet of Nazareth, constant and ten- uer, Vbose truth, like a rainbow, embraces the world. The Uine Is at hand when thy.foes shall sur- renuer, Old war's erlmson banners forever ho furled "VV'ien the throat of the lion no longer will utier Its roar of defiance In desert and elen: "Waen the land? will Join hands, and the black cannon mutter JlieJr 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. — 26 December 1873

3 sru- Aii. vt . ..it -. aim nvm)wz$i: A Jonrnnl for the People. IhivoUHlTotlic InTeresYs of Humanity. Indepfndent In rolitlcs unirRellsion. Mlvcr to all Live jMiies.aml Thorousuly Itmllesl In Oppolns4nd Kiplas the Wrnn ol the M.". UBS. A. J. unnm. Kdltor and Proprietor OFHCE-lor. l'rout nnd Stark 81 root. TERMS, IS ADVANCE: i One ywtr. Six mnmtik Three month I3 00 it 1 75 1 V) Frkb SrEECif, Fr.KE Them, Var.r. Vntvtr. CorreiPon.!enH witin; over assumed tnres must make knovni tlfejr names Editor, or no attention' wllfnS' ADVERTISEMENTS Incited on Reasonable Terms. "voXiTxarE nr. 3?0"RTI1.AJX , OREGON, FKIDAY, DECEMBF I t, 1873. NUJIBER lO. ( yj r 101"' JUDITH MILES; an What. KUnll be Done trltli Her 7 mtw. r. v. virron. IKnlerc MfOfiliu; (u liia Aet of Oonxreis, In the yar 153, hy Mr. F. F. Victor, in the Offlee oftlie TJbrariaa of Omcrwu.at'WaiulnE ton Olty.l C1IAITKJI IV. Me. am'LTz'i nmi?. The test of grace and breeding Is Hie table. People who pass easily all other ordeals of soc...

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 December 1873

She ew xhztlwzsi FRIDAY.. ...DECEMBER 2G, 1S73. OEGAlfIZE !OEGAXIZE ! Friends of "Woman Suffrage, men and women, without distinction of party, in every locality, are urgently requested to form, In their own town without de Jay, a WOMAN SUFFRAOE POLITICAL CLUB, Composed of members who;will sign the rOTownig trHSrassocIatlSn": "We, the undersigned,- residents of , in the Stated -pf all 'political par ties, believing lhatW6mati SulTrap ( a vital political lssue, jlq hwieby, orgau- lze into a ing -e movement morally and' po- llUkTrj V systetoalle ,'cftcnla tion of tracts, and newsjjersj.liolif--ing public meetiugsrajjd especially by helpitigita ulbcti the friends' of Suffrage to llfeH&skthrerftf'lb Congress, and by hefpJitf&' 'UeTeat its opponents. TO OUEPATEONS. Again wc must call attention to the fact that tho Ni:w.Noktiiwf.st must have its dues. After January 1st we shall be com pelled to cut oil the names of all delin quents and place their bills inthe hands of collectors. T...

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 December 1873

J !e lieu ttgrtljwesi FlUH VY DECEMBER 20, 1S73. HOMEHEWS. Dr. Fret-land in in receipt of a very fi.e assortment of elegant perfumeries. I II. C. Bostwick has opened his of f.s for the practice of his profession on fi r vvstsideof Kourth street, between AUcr and Washington. J M. Dyer has bought the interest of I -hepanl in the game, poultry and rrt business, and is conducting it him p 'J on Yanihil jtlreot, between First and - "..r)J. Ii.xlor Jim, the Chinese physician so ay..,! known to the public of Portland, 1 as r. turned to thiscity afteran absence c f four years; his ofllce is at the corner c f Sit-ond'and "Washington. lac "self-acting rubbers ana over s?.ors," an article long needed by the 1 Ah, have just been received from the i ist Ly Geo. A. IVase & Co., at the cor- r r .f First and Morrison steeets. Give ('.cm a call and examine. Mr. F. G. Schawtka, who has just re- t.rned from 111- east, has shown the I'tshian an original copy of the New I gland n'eeldg Journal, publ...

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 December 1873

(Just the things that they wntcd),'and left be "TitJ. TtHE "?Ey NOKThTvRST51 H fore llshU FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE. "And now," added Annie, In a voice s.lt and PRID.AlY... ....DECEMBER 261873. A CHBIBTXAB rOKX. by kxs. soriuA r. iaor, Twai the eve before Christmas; "Good-nlghf bad beemsald, And Annie and Willie bad orept Into bed: There were tears on tbelr pillows, and tears In their eyes. And each little bosom was hearing with sigh For to-night their stern fathers command had been given That they should retire precisely At seven, Instead or eight; for they troubled him more "With questions unheard of than ever before: He had told them he thought this delusion a sin. No such being a "Santa Claua" ever had been, And he hoped after this he should nevermore hear How he scrambled down chimneys with pres. ents each year. . j And this was the reason that two little heads So restlessly tossed on their son, downy beds. Eight, nine, and the clock In the steeply tolled ten; Sot a word had been...

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 January 1874

"SSBmVi A1M M m it. Mill. l. j. ni'SHVAT. Ulior and I'raprlrlor A Journal for the Teople. - Wvotedtrjinc'lnterests or TOnfefM.tV ; OFFJCB-Cor. Front null .Stark Streets. L-nftneBdent J?rtroV.:und ItMlplon. nvVJrrf-Srrte:weaniilTh(woihiy J'julfcHln OpfaslnnditLxptulnpibertVione TERM?, IK ADVANCE: taw One year Six months... Three months- . 1 To . 1 W AD VEUTIBEMBNTS iMertM on Readable Terms. woma.vs wunk. BY rLORENOB HDRLIHOU. Up III the mornlnc twWgbt,",Jst at llie brealc of day;" Gels the breakfast for the husband she must "houor and obey," Mating hi lordship's conVe, baking bis "dally brMMt. Suffers Uic jMlnfal throbbing of her weary. acJUng bead. Woman's Work! "ext the children wake from slumber, to be waalied and dressed and fed; They are four or live In number.aslriey serain- Me-oatof ned; For school they matt It ready ere the, clock sbaU "loLeu" nine, Tolling firm and steady , losing not a moment' time. Woman's "Work. Washing the breakfast dtslien, sweeping and making beds Wish...

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 January 1874

She feu ifaritoesi. FRIDAY. JANUARY 2, 1S74. OEGANIZE !OEGANIZE ! .. Friends of Woman Suffrage, tnen and women, without distinction of party, in every locality, are urgently requested to form, in their own town without dc :lay, a WOMAN' SUFFRAGE POLITICAL CLUB, Composed of members who will sign the following article of association: -Vc, the undersigned, residents of , in the Stato of , of all political par lies, believing that Woman Suffrage is a vital political issue, do hereby organ ize into a IJ'oman Suffrage Political Club, for the purpose of forward ing the movement morally and po litically, by the systematic circula tion of tracts and newspapers, by hold ing public meetings, and especially by helping to elect the friend3 of Suflrago to the legislature and to Congress, and by helping to defeat its opponents. LOOSE LOGIC. The power of the ballot W tuttttt unless those who ue 11 Italics are ours can execute lis de- elkkms. Women, as a class, cannot do so in var, so that It would ...

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 January 1874

en jgettesi FRIDAY. JANUARY 2, 1871. HOMEJJEWS. Go to Fabre at the Central Market for excellent colfee. This office acknowledges tho receipt of a fine largo Christmas cake from the Oregon Bakery. Mr. Opilz Is a success m his line. We acknowledge Uie receipt of an in vitation to attend ifie reception of Co- uuiuiau engine Co. No. 8, at their En- nouse, on Isew Year's day. M. H. Shepard has opened a coffee stand in the City Market, nn.l ,-m fi nish you with colfee, tea or chocolate at ai iimo between the hours of 5 v and 10 l. M. r C! 1 r. M. w Duiiuay auemoon about 3 o'clock a young man named Harry Gardner, employed as a deck-hand on the Sho- suone, was drowned near Wheatland He leaves no friends or relatives. "Woodcock & Iutermela have rnmnVMi from their old stand on Third street to Bunnell's City Market, stalls 4, 5, 0 and 7. Tit Wlllnli iiIama fiuw iuuj iiavo an immense siocu of groceries. Their motto: Quick aaies anu small profits. On next Saturday evening, Jan. 3d, a $10 gol...

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 January 1874

44 St. rTtFmm lb Xotrtc. (Con ) Moraine RalMln.l Sxd-iiXm) goods. . J' 1 I .....!' THE EWOllTHWETr" - -"PTTipnflTiii'iYqfi fc7"i -- FilLDAY r JXUAIty 2, 1874. THE CAS ART AT CIUT.CH. They wcip alpslng good old lxndon, As.tRFaniDc,cooi and Drifted wltfi purple shad own ' Rntiiid every ehurcbly window The luhiy Ivy duns; Tho red. mint sunshine a; Its macule leave amonjf. The dun nave, with IU ard.ro And clustered rrflla" fore. Hart echoed to the cadence or c pale Beclor-i prayer. .Vhd now through, tender Blleee The thrilling flute-note rang, And sweet as angels' ,J The rare old tune they sang-. When sodden, h! appearing -On curving quaint and old. IJk tlr eMruy from heaven, PluUered a speck of old. Cm to the leelnrn flying. Up to the Bishop's chair, WMm deer notes soaring, cliaiitin" JIU wondrous vespers t'icre. Fall rolled the singing vo e; Y sweater, richer, high t. Gad's stiver-throated chor Ler Otttsang the trained ebo... "Woman in America. A LWTTET PROM EMILY FAITH fTJUT.Itf TOE ...

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 January 1874

- 9 MES, Jl.j. bf.MffAT. Mltor aa ProprleUj, '.1 Ori'ICKCor. Front nm I Ntnrk; Streeli. A Journal tor tne People. 1 wlH " IlebTSrio'tlie Interests of Humanity; 'inSeemient In rdlltlcsWd'RellsIon. .;Allv5 to all live Is3Ues, iand .Thoroughly Radlcal.ln Oprnsandlitrw'lnfjjiia'ronij TKIUIB, IK ADVAXCK: of thp lies s. , One year- Hlx month . ...... I TO I 00 J urftu month.. Fkee Kprr.ru, Fkf.f. Vrtxi, Fkfk Pkopsr, Correipni. '-uts writing overasjamed signa tures must uike known their names to the AT)VEUTI8E3inXT.SlHertelon Reasonable Terms. vot.xrjvrE nr. T'oxtTivivr) r okegon, fkiday, jVjVtj-ajrat o, lsr-i. Edltor.or n attention will be gtvcnlo their SsTTSXUEIt 11. commnnleai.onj. tud ) THERE'S Dl.MiKr. IX THE TOWS. There! John, hHeh IMiMn to the post; come near me ami sit dawn; ' Your mother wnnU to talk to you before you drive to town. My hairs are sray; I soon ahnll be at rait within the crave; Not tows will mother pilot yon o'er lire's tern r pestuotu wave. I've watebed o'er ymi fr...

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 January 1874

FRIDAY. .JANUARY , 1S74. OBGAHIZE !OBGANIZE S Friends of "Woman Suffrage, men and women, "without distinction of party, in every locality, aro urgently requested to form, in their own town without de lay, a WOMAN" SUFFBAQIJ POLITICAL CLUB, Composed of members who will sign the following article of association: We, the undersigned, residents of , In the State of , of all political par ties, believing that "Woman Suffrage is a vital political issue, do hereby organ ize into a Woman Suffrage Political Club, for the purpose of forward lng the movement morally and po litically, by the systematic clrcula Hon of tracts and newspapers, by hold' ing public meetings, and especially by helping to elect the friends of Suflrago to the Legislature and to Congress, and by helping to defeat its opponents. BIKG TEEALABM. Office Woman's Journal, Bostox, Dec. 23, 1873. Dear Madam: The infamous "Utah Rill" of Senator Frelinghnyeen which proposes to disfranchise the women of Utah and forbid them to serv...

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 January 1874

FRIDAY.. ...TAXUAKY 9, 1S74. HOHEJtfEWS. Tho hurdle race takes place at the IUnk on Saturday evening. Go, everybody. An exhibition of some sort, for the ' benefit of something, was given at Oro 1 Fino Hall on Wednesday evening, but but as this outre was not notified In any 1 "way, or furnished with tickets of en trance for the purpose of taking notes, wc can give no particulars. On next Thursday evening, January loth, a grand masquerade carnival will be given at the Itink. From Indications this will be the finest afiair or the kind that has ever taken place here. The Itink will undoubtedly be crowded with spectators, as these entertainments are very pleasing. The great Vivian, whose fame lias be come established as an actor, singer, speaker, reader and caricaturist of tho first order, is to give a grand perform ance at Oro Fiao Hall on Saturday evening next. Matinee in the after noon. It nobody miss this opportu nity to receive the benefit of a first-class entertainment. An entertai...

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 January 1874

EKriXA;..k.1(...,.JANiiARY 0, 1874. THE DOOR-8TEP. BY E. C. 8TEDXAJJ. TJiacouference-meetlng through nt last, 1 Wetioys around the vestry waited To see the girls come tripping past. Like suow-blrds willing to be mated. Not-braver Jie that leaps the wall, Uy level muskets' flashed lllten. Than I, who stepped before them all, Who longed to see me get the mitten. But no! she bluhed and took my imn! We let the old folk have tho highway, And started toward the Maple Farm, Alone a kind of lovers' by-way. I ain't remember what we said, Twas nothing worth a song or story; Vet the rude path by which wo sped Seemed all transformed and In a glory. The snow was crisp beneath our feet, The moon was full, the fields were gleaming; By hood and tippet sheltered sweet, Her face with youth and health was beaming, The little hand outside her muff O, sculptor, if you could but mould It So lightly touched my Jacket cuff. To keep It warm I had to hold It. To have1 her with mo there alone Twas love and fe...

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 January 1874

a tw . . ; y.-- V i MRS. A. OmCE-ror. Onevar Hii humiUm- ThreejnHMiUak. AI)VBIlTISBMKN18IiiertPtl oil Reasonable IX MEVOKIAM. The fcttowlnskMKitlHcllllIegm Iras vrrttten In mamety of late Henry lilnl, of tltls eJty, who varboiN inter Uth, 1815, and tiled AllUt3e, 1K7J. Again our heart arc Mrlekon down By xorrow'n deepest night, A mournfully we bow beneath Tlie fell Irroyer, Might. A lorlnc wile mut ylW her claim, Hot Doatb, with stimi deoree, Ob pale wult- hors.wttli toy the and tpcar. GomruaudHh, -"Come to me." Long, wear? montbi with fell dlefi Ills manly form did prostrate lie, For wife auJ children dung to lilin, And Ob, 'twas bard to see him die! Bat look: above the jcttKHii of death Appear Hie rainbow lints of lite; "There Is uo death !" bright aeraplis nine; "Be of govt cheer, poor stricken wife." lfi loved oui'i tow in deep dlmrosi, Yet Hope 1mH forth a Mntlly my. And upward polriu, with fair, -while hand, To realm of brtsht, eternal day. See! the loving KaviorainltcH, Awl b...

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 January 1874

FRIDAY. ..JANUARY 10, 1874. OBGAHIZE! OBGAHIZE! I rieuds of Woman Suffrage, men and women, without distinction of party, in every locality, are urgently requested to form, in their own town without de lay, a OMAN; SUFFRAGE POLITICAL CLUB, Composed of members who will sign the following article of association: "We, the undersigned, residents of , in the State of , of all political par ties, believing that. Woman Suffrage is a vital political Issue, do hereby organ ize Into a Woman Suffrage Political Club, for the purpose of forward ing the movement merally and po litically, by the systematic circula tion of tracts and newspapers, by hold ing public meetings, and especially by helping to elect the friends of Suffrage to the Legislature and to Congress, and by helping tc defeat its opponents. BENEFIT 01 THEHEW NOETHWEST. A Centennial "Toast and Tea Party" will be given at Masonic Hall on tho evenings of the 30th and 31st of this month, at which the moBt attractive pos sible "Bill of Fa...

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