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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 14 August 1874

FRIDAY AUGUST 14, 1S74. HOME HEWS. A piece of Chinese money, 4,000 years old, is to be seen in the Museum. " Mrs. Addle L. liallou lias gone to Olympia, where she will deliver a course of her popular lectures. Our city front is lined with ships, many of which are waiting to bear our bountiful harvest to the markets of the world. A little son or W. W. Page, of this 'tj'i asl about eight years, was drowned at Astoria on Tuesday. The remains were brought to this city on the day following. Opposition between this city and As toria Is quite lively between the boats of the O. 8. X. and V. R.T. Companies. The first named company have reduced fare to fifty cents each way. The Pioneer and Historical Society of Oregon are about to erect a suitable monument to the memory of Dr. Whit man, me lamous missionary of Walla Walla, and an agent is collecting money in Portland for that purpose. The temnomnpp mpntlnir irno lu.li! last Friday evening in the basement of mc xxaiuiia cuurcn. mere wasa toler...

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. — 14 August 1874

.AUGUST 14, 1S74. FRIDAY... II T CKEED. ur ALICE CAKT. I bold that Christian grace abounds Where Charity is seen; that when We climb to Heaven, 'tis on the rounds Of love to men. I hold nil else named piety A selfish scheme a vain pretense; Where center Is not, can there be Circumference 7 This I moreover hold, and dare AOrm where'er my rhyme may go: Whatever things be sweet or Talr, Love mak;s them so. Whether It be the lullabies That charm to rest the nestling bird, Or that sweet confidence of sighs, And blushes without word. Whether the dazzling and the flush Of lofty, sumptuous garden bowers, Or by some cabin door, or bush Of ragged flowers. lis not the whole phylactery, Nor stubborn fast, nor stated prayers. That makes us taints: we Judge the tree By what it bears. And when a man can live apart From work, on theologle trust, I know the blood about tils heart Is dry as dust. Our Hew Congressman. BY MAECII WEUTLASD. "Well, our party has beat, and Mont rose Is elected, certain," w...

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 August 1874

Mas. A. J. Dl'XMYAT, Dlltor sa4 Proprietor. A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics und-Itellglon. Mlve to all Llrejlssues, and Thoroughly . '., ,... - i-a a. vur tiiHrH wire?! Radical In Opposing and K.T posing the Wrongs TKP.MS, IX ADVANCE: o(.tIiqJIase , : ... . One year- -53 00 l ' i i . . . T Three innuUie- - 1 - 1 1)0 Fkkk Speech, Fcr.r. rttxst, Fiir.r. I'eople. Correspondents writing ovcrasnmVdSfgna turc mnt make known theIfrnanreSttTth"e Edllor.or no attention will be Elveri io thir communications. AnVEKTISRMKjrrs Inserted on Reasonable POTtTXVJNTD, OREGON, irKIXA.Y, AUGUST SI, 1874. AMIE AND HENRY LEE; Tin- .Spheres or the KrxM. BV MKK A. J. BCXIWAjl (Entered, aeronllactn Aet of fongmw.In the year 1STI, by ilrn. A.J.Dnnlwny, in Hip office of the I.ibnirtantf Onncres at Washington Oily.) SYX0P3IS. In order to give our many new sub scribers the benefit of the .first dozen chapters of the serial story ivhlch has awakened so much ...

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 August 1874

FRIDAY. AUGUST 21, 1874. XOTICE. Ajents will iCease lake notice that It Is a Tf at tax upon us to pay express charges upon Mnall sums, and they will confer a sreat favor br remlltlns to us tliroiijh money orders or registered letters. OUR rOUETH VOLUME. . -Willi this issue we fling our banner to the breeze with all sails set and pen nants flying; for we have safely tided over the three first and most perilous years of journalism, and enter upon the fourth annual voyage with our goodly ship In splendid order, well manned and ballasted. Now, friends, we say to you In kind ness and candor, we rely upon you to do your duty and stand by the ship. To hold the helm In all weathers Is our ar duous task; and for you to sustain us In this duty- Is a much lighter one. Will you not rally to our aid ? The beginning of a new volume is n splendid time to niuke up clubs. Hear a hand, friends. STEAMING AT A GHAT AND SWAL LOWING OAMEL. We presume thai many of our renders have noticed and gauged the c...

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 August 1874

Pje Sen) &vtywt$t FRIDAY -AUOUST 2I,T1S74. HOMEHEWS. The first lotorSlioalwater Bay oysters The ship carpenter of the bark Her inlne was accidentally drowned on Knn ;lay, while out enjoying a sail Ho leaves wife in Liverpool. On her present voyage, tho bark Port land, now here, will carry hence 40 000 feet of oak Imnber on the Sal cT tract, ami nlo a large quarttity of fir lumber from Wei(ilers mil!. The Governor Groverwas taken out of the locks hist Sunday and nut on thl Astoria trade The oppVtion between Astoria atwl Portland ' qito for S.'11"1 dow- ack now The anniversary exercises of tile For eign Alissionnry .Society were held in the Taylor street M. E. i'hurch on Sun day evening. Short addresses were ile hvohHl by llev. J. 11. Hill, Isaiah W U son and lilsliop Merrill. The hull of the new liKlit-draught steamer which has been built at Cane rnnli by Mr. liquet for Mr. Scott, wag taken through the lockn and bronchi to this city last Wetlnestlay for the puriwse or receiving 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. — 21 August 1874

Khz $e$y fctteesi FRIDAY. AUGUST 21, 1S74. A KABMEB'S 80X0. Wecnvy not the princely man, In city orlu town Who wonders whether pumpkin vines Run up the hill or down. We care not for his marble halls, Nor vet his heaps or gold; We would not own his sordid heart For all his wraith thrice told. We are the favored ones of earth; We breathe pure air each morn; We sow we reap tbe golden grain We gather In the corn; We toll we live on what we earn. And mors than thlsiredo We hearofstarvlngmllllons round, . And gladly feed them too. The lawyer lives on princely Jees Yet drags a weary life; lie never knows a peaceful hour His atmosphere Is strife. The merchant thumbs his yardstick oVr, Grows ragged at his toll He's not the man God made him for: Why don't you till the soil ? The doctor plods through storm and cold. Plods at his patient's will; When dead and gone he plods again To get his lengthy bill. The printer (bless Iilshoble soul !) He grasps the mighty earth. And stamps it In our dally ...

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 August 1874

MRS. A. J. UIMH'AT. Editor mi Proprietor. 0''ICnCor. I'roul nnd Stark Street. lA-JournairorthePcople, ;T . : -Devoted to the Interests of-Humanlty.- Independent In politics, and Religion. Alive to nil Live Issues, ami Thoroughly Raillcal.in,0ppo3lng and Exposing theWronj ot the Mawei." ' ' tkkms; In- advasoe: fn3?AoVi - ; . . tj I. 3 00 I 7a 1 00 -.!.:'. RRTKKMFTS Insertedon. Reasonable AM.tE"AND HENRY v LEE; "... OR ;.'.. The, .Spheres or the Hexes. '' BT ". . J. DCXIWAV. tEtiUtr-tJ.nrxnrdliilMo Act of Congress. In the y eafjJSJt, Uy Mis. -V. J. Dunlway, in the office of the JJbrurian of Congress at "Washington Clty.l nilAlTER XIV. ;'Great was the consternation In the Hastings family When AUco hot only failed to 'make her appearance at break fast but"was nowhere to be found about thVhbuse. Her room had been care fully arranged, the bed, If used at all, had been neatly made up, and every thing evidently put In loving order by the missing one, who had shed many tears'bvor the thought...

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 August 1874

FBIDAY.. .AUGUST 28, 1874. SOTICX. gent8 will p'.easeUke notice that It is a treat Ui upon u to pay express chars upon small sums, and they will confer a swat favor br remlttlnn to us through money orders or registered letters. STATE WOMAN SDPPEAQE ASSO CIATION. A special session of the Oregon State Woman Suffrage Association will con vene In Salem on Tuesday, September 22, at 10 a. M. Members are requested to bo promptly on hand at tho time specified, ready and willing to work. The Vice-Presidents of tho Association are requested to be present if possible, and If not, to forward written reports of the progress of the work In their espec ial localities, to the Secretary, Mrs. C. A. Coburn, at Portland, by the 16th of September. By order of Executive Committee. POSSIBLEJNJTJSTIOE. The women engaged in the great struggle for equal rights are called by various names, among which "man haters" is the most suggestive. But wo have never known of even the most rabid of tho so-called "shriek...

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 August 1874

.-I -as he Had!) KIUDA-V... AUGUST S,,1R7 1 - - HOMENEWS. The Annhal Hjtlscopal Convocation met in this city on the :17th inst. Two men drowned in the Willamette from boat accidents within eight days. Rev. Geo. AY. Tzer, for three years pastor of the M. li Church in this city, ha been transferred to New York; The crop of plums tills year is un usually, lasge.. The finest varieties of this fruit are being pedtliel in this city at three cents a pound. The day and evening sessions at the National Busing College continue throughout the year. Students may enter upon the curriculum at any time. A private letter has been received in Eugene City from "Washington, dated August 2im1, which states that Mrs. Senator Mitchell was then dangerously ill. Mrs. Mitchell': friends will regret to hear tliiB new. A boat was upet on Sunday evening containing five pen-ons, four of whom were rescued. The remaining one was not minted until Monday morning. The deceased was a young man about twenty-live vears...

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 August 1874

' 1 ' - - - ' 1 She $esu tfortijujest Friday;..-... .-. auocsp'ss; is?4. IKIASFORMAHO.V. This pretty tale they te!l at Fontcnay: How once S- Christopher, or blessed fame, 'Passed near a town whence many-children came, Bringing rare flowers to strew upon his way. Ainong them-was a Utile mald-so poor. She brought no offering:, save a simple store Of cowslips, gathered for her evening meal; But these sue proffered with such gentle zeal, The while her lace Its hungry pallor wore, That the saint, stooping, blessedjier. Giving back The blossoms to her hand, lie said: ' No lack Or food, my child, shall Tex thee any more. Upon these yellow disks a spell Is laid; Go, boll them as thy wont Is, unafraid." This did the child; but soon -within the pan A tiny tinkling, as or coins, began; And lo! poured out upon the burdened tray For each poor weed a golden ducat lay ! Appteton's Journal. -m SuTPBAGE'ABT) RELIGION. bi nrs: r. V. victor. The thing that I think needs being done more than another, 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. — 4 September 1874

' ' ' 1 r " 4' A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity! Independent In Polities and Religion. Alive to all Live Immcs, and Thornuclily RadftHl In OpposlHsand KxposfHfr the Wrong MRS. A. J. HtMn".U, Editor am Proprietor. Ul'MCIS-C'tir. Trout mill Nlxrk Mr-U. TKItMS, IX ADVANCE: o! the Masses. On year- sis mouths Three motiUt -?.. W .. 1 75 -.100 Ft.ek Sprrrir, Fkf.k l'mas, Kiiek I'wm rnrrMn!ii!nLK irrliln? ovemssnmrtl.Sfcna- tures mint make known thrtn naine'tt'itho Kdltor.or no attention will he given tojhelr AWRRTWRMRJCTS Inserted on reasonable VOLIDIE IV. rOTtXIVTND, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTE5IBEK 4, 187-1 . NU3IBER :i. eonimunloattons. . ; W I AMI E AND HENRY OK LEE; Tlie Spheres of Hie Srxe. v ns. a. i. m-xiwAT. (EnlMvd.aceonllnc to Act of Congress, In the ynr 1871, by Mis. A. J. Ikintway, In the office of I lie IjlbrariM of Onvf" i Wafclilngtou City. CHAlTElt XV. The nmrriage of May Hastings with Mr. Itobcrt Green had been postponed for a year. Such was the g...

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. — 4 September 1874

FRIDAY .SEPTEMBER 4, 1S74. XITIfli Agent will l'-e aoUt,: ,1,Ht 11 a reM tax upon us to pay express el.ars.. uikii smull sums, and they will confer a creat favor by remitting to us throu;li money orders- or registered letters. STATE WOMAN 8DTFRAGE ASSO CIATION. A special session of the Oregon State Woman Suffrage Association will con vene in Salem on Tuesday, September 22, at 10 a. M. Members are requested to be promptly on hand at the lime specified, ready and willing to work. The Vice-Presidents of tho Association aro requested to be present if possible, and If not, to forward written reports of the progress of the work in their espec lal localities, to the Secretary. Mrs. C. A. Coburn, at Portland, by the 15th of September. By order of Executive Committee. TO B0EE0WEES. Subscribers, who take tho New NonTinvF-ST, anil pay for it and they are not a few are requeued to mark this paragraph for the benefit of those who habitually read the paper at our expense. We are glad whenever auy...

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. — 4 September 1874

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 1S74. HOMEJJEWS. Studies will be resumed in Hie public school-' of lid' city on Mnmluv, Septem ber T. Col! Hi tile e.-tiblihmcnt of AlNUv & Ilesrie, 107 First lneet, and order u dih of those ovs((r?. Why pas restless duys and sleepless nights, when "Itadwav's Tientlv i; tni will cause all your twins ami nclipa I .vanish ? I'emtiis In ed of a first-class sewing machine, will iiihI It to tlulr advantage to call at the Singer Agency, No. 103 Third street, in this city. s The .Convocation of the Protestant Kpisooiial Church met in this city on Thursday the 27th, and after a harmo nious session adjourned Hue die, on Sat urday. Iter. O. V. Irer, of Portland, and lttw. William Mcl'heeters, of Salem, will leave on the nest steamer the lat ter for California and the former for Central Xew York. We acknowledge a pleasant call from Mr. Dale, Sheriil oil Yamhill county. He has been .succeful in recapturing a certain thief, who had broken jail in thin city, as he tthe 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. — 4 September 1874

FIJI DAY... Si:i,TU.MIiKIt -I, 1S74. jit rKEn. v weAkiim: girl, who would surrender will An-flUe "ndrtsison, with son. lortns heart. Teller SSmt, no sort, changing thins. Who wSnrfWth alone trttliln the arms AVI etronc master, ami obediently Wait on his whims with slavish carefulness; Vo lawiilnR. cringing spaniel, to attend trtanwal pleasure, and account herselt Rewarded by his pats and pretty words; nat a rmnid woman, who, with Insight keen. Had wrought a scheme of life, and measured Hw womanhood; had spread before her feet AflnephlloMiphy to guide her steps; ....r, u fuiili to which lier life was brought Hi strict adjustment ; brain and heart mean- uwi-ihk in conscious harmony and rhylhm WH the great scheme of (Jod's great universe, Wm uw -J. G. Holland. The lirst Marriage in tlie Pamily, "Home!" How uiat little word strikes upon the heart-strings, awakening all fim wppt memories that had slept in ,nomnrv's chamber! Our home was a "pearl of price" among homes ; not for its archit...

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. — 11 September 1874

nns..A. J. ur.Mff.iT. Mitor nd Proprietor. """""" " OFI'M'lJ'r. I'ront nuil Stork .Mrrrl. vJourmil fDrtlic People. ,. - Devoted to the Interests of Humanity..' - Independent la rolitlcs nnd Iteljsjonq I-Allveiito.alUIJvej.Iiiues,.unaTlioriualil7 Radical In Opposing andKiposlns the Wrong ot the M.nsws. . ? - -i '. , ii CorrMnondent wrltlns over assumed signa TBllMS, IN AOViVNOB: OHeSycsr. Hie iwinlhw , Thre rtonlM... Frek .Speech, Krkk Tkkss, ri:r.K Vramr. tures mutt mnko known their names, to-the ATVEimsRMCNTS Inserted on IienMmal.le Editor, or no attention will ba-glven.tojthelr YOLTDIK IV. JPO-RTXVIVr), OREGON, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 187-1. lSTTXI3EXt -I communicicloju. "3T- "PO AWPE 'AND HENRY LEE; OR 10 Sxlir of llif Npxh ' T JMtS. A.J. mflWWlT. . - - .wmn o Act of.Oon;r,ln the year Kll, in' 3,1m. A.J. rtrtflttvn)-. In tun nmccor tileJJtwamn ot Cwiito t WHhlnglon C'Uj-. ( HAITKU XVI. 'fa The prepftiatious for May Hastings' bridal were going nn aiiace. Such mar- Vjehi of silks and...

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. — 11 September 1874

OH, YOU NAUGHTY GIELS ! FRIDAY .SEPTEMBER 11, IS74. GM!fn SHALL WE PUBLISH ? Wefiud in an exchangealong homily,.! We arc exceedingly sorry toSsce tliat with the auggeatlvo title of "Modern i one Calvin B. McDonal.I, the recently xoTicn. Agents will p!c take notice that It is a Ctuat tax upon t to pay express charge upon small sums, anJ they will confer a great favor hr rerolttlnc through money orders or registered letters. j 1,1ns. ineeuuor, aiicrcuargtug upon jthe luckless subjects of his discourse STATE WOMAN SUPPEAGE ASSO CIATION. A special session of the Oregon Slate Woman Suffrage Association will con vene In Salem on Tuesday, September 22, at 10 a. M. Members aro requested to be promptly on band at the time specified, ready and willing to work. Tho Vice-Presidents of the Association aro requested to be present if possible, and if not, to forward written reports of the progress of the work in their espec lal localities, to the Secretary, Mrs. a A. Cobura, at Portland, by the 15...

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. — 11 September 1874

item $fattlysz$l. FRIDAY PKITEMBEK 11, 1S74. HOMENEWS. .Twenty-ciglit car-loads of wlieat came down on tlio East Side road Monday evening. The Alumina Is now loading with wheat, and will bo ready to movo down the river by Saturday next. Wo learn that Mr. Hcndee, the photog rapher, who -was burnt out last Sunday evening, will resume business in a fchort time. Mrs. Fanny Morgan Phelps will open for a bhort season at Oro Fino Theater on the 25th i list., with Amy Stoue as the attraction. The Ilermine 1ms 390 tons or wheat on board, utid will contest with the Alu mina for the honor of being the tint wheat ship of the season. It is stated that Mrs. Phelps will shortly open the theater In this citv. with an array of the very beht dramatic talent on tlie racinc uoasi. Mrs. Addle L. Rtillou has returned from her Washington Territory nud liritish Columbia tour, anil is again registered at, me ucciuenuti in huh city Mrs. C. B. Wiusett died at her resi dence in this city on Saturday last, and ...

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. — 11 September 1874

iTkmedy: liud titno to tneii'I my :nian's Mwk- THE NEW NORTHWEST. FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE! ugs. 1 1 ii FnLll.-.."ElTHMBKR H, 1S74. Happy Women. HY KATE TKCE. cnnMiti iii never so nanny-, belleve'roe. as when mending old pants, darning stockings or lending babies." Washington Letter. jTiiero is unadulterated wisdom for vou ! Think of It ! Never so hannv ! How nonsensical art and science ap near when viewed through a pair of ma terialistic spectacles! How frivolous the work of women in the past, and the work of women to-day when their hap piness is considered I "What tons and tons of paper have heen wasted in 1m partiiiE Instruction, or amusinc the masses, when all the time the writers might have been goou and happy with what a woman calls "daruation em broidery." No profanity is intended; it sounas ueuereven man earning stock ings. Alas, for the old maids, the pretty auu cneenui wiuows, me nam student?, devoted teachers, editors, merchants, saleswomen and others, who have neither pan...

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. — 18 September 1874

0 IMS. A. J. Bti.YtV.VY, Eiitor and 1'roprlttor.. orriCK Cor. I'ront mid Stark Htreets. ,A Journal for the Teople. , ,. Oevo.ied toyic. Interests of Humanity.. Independent InTolujcs and Religion. Vllve to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs ol the JJIassei. TERMS. IX ADVAXCE: Oiif year- CO 1 75 1 CO Six months ... Three montui. FKEE SPEECH, FltEE IRESS, FliEE FtOPLE. - rvirr(vMn!ent-WTitinr over assumed signa tures must make known their names to tha Am'KRTIHKMEXTS Inserted on Reasonable VOLUME IV. POKTLAAT), OREGON, 3?T5IIY, SEPTEJIBER IS, ISI . Editor, or no- attention will br given to their MBIBEB .". iv nut.. communications. ,. AMI E AND HENRY LEE; OR Tho Spheres of Hie Sexes. BT XM. A. J, WAV. i Kntered, according to Act of OHHnrJt,ln the 3 oar 174, by Mm. A. J. Dawi way, the oinee of Hi..- Ubiarian of Congress at Washington City. C1IA1TKR XVI. Hie political club, of which Henry J , ij., was a leading, anil indeed thr leading member, was 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. — 18 September 1874

She $tenj 4lcd!i5JJC5i s syi FRIDAY .SEPTEMBER IS, 1874. Agents will please take notice that it is a creat tax upon us to pay express charges upon small sums and they will confer a great favor br remittlDB to us through money orders or regislered letters. THE LEGISLATURE. The stormy political season of oarly spring, which culminated in the June election, furnished the materials which the. ides of September have gathered to gether at our State Capital for the pur pose of framing new, and repealing or amending old laws. On the 14th of September the eighth biennial session of the Oregon State Legislature, composed of Republicans, Democrats and Independents, convened. A formidable array truly, and capable, as we hope, of legislating wisely and wen. It Is indeed to be hoped that those who talked so glibly of reform when the year was young, and their honors as law-makers were prospective, have not allowed their holy zeal for the reduction of the dear people's taxes to wane with the season...

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