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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 31 August 1877

NEW THIS "WEEK. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. .AUGUST SI, 1877. HOME NEWS. Sidney Dell la an accomplished und alile lawyer. Barber & Nlcklln will do a first-class job on your teetu. Sebutle & Co. will die your clothlDg lu any desired allude. Dr. Bex is busy uightaud day witb his numerous patients. Neimeyer furuisheH gentlemen with clothing at cost prices. John M. Daly, of Dallas, is always well supplied with clieuts. Chris. Scloth is the butcher for readers of this journal to patronize. You'll get a good, square meal at the Aurora for twenty-live cents. The Singer Sewing Machine Is still triumphant, as it deserves to be. The Oregon Transfer Company exe cutes all orders with promptness. Soreuson keeps the Pioneer Wood Yard at the foot of Yamhill street. Eider will hoard you at his restaur ant cheaper than you can eat at home. Don't you ktiow that Himes, the printer, is the very mau you want to see? The Oregon and California Railroa...

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. — 31 August 1877

FRIDAY AUGUST 31, 1877. Crimes Against Women. The frequency with which the most revolting crimes are committed against women is appalling. Still more appall ing is the fact that the punishment for this class of crimes is light in the ex treme, and that, among those who make and execute the laws, there is no moral sense which takes cognizance of their real atrocity. In a late number of the New York Tribune is an article headed "Stabbing her Betrayer." It narrates that Peter S. Stappler, of No. 207, West If ineteentb street, was going home from a place of amusement with his wife and a male friend, when a woman, "strikingly handsome, and well dressed, rushed up and attempted to stab him." She was accompanied by a small boy, whom she led by the hand. After the blow was struck, she threw away the dagger and fled. Officer Curtis, of the Sixteenth Precinct, intercepted her near Eighth Avenue, and took her and the boy to the station-house, followed by the in jured man and a lame crowd of -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. — 7 September 1877

BBS. A. J. DtSTfVAT. or anfl Proprietor. OFFICE-Cou. Fbot & Wash'igtok Stbeets TERMS, IK ADVANCE: One year. Six months -Hree months... ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. MARTHA MARBLEH EAD The Maid and Matron or Cbebalem. Br Mrs. A. J. DUNIWAY, AUTHOR OP "JUDITH REID," "ELLEN DOWD,', "AMIE AND HEJ.-RT LEE," "THE HAPPY HOME," "ONE WOMAN'S SPHERE," "ilADQE MORRISON," ETC, ETC., ETC Entered, according to Act or Congress, in the year 1877, by Mrs. A. J. DunI way, in the ofllce of the Librarian of Congress at Washington City 1 CHAPTER XI. Oregon was young in those days, but it boasted many men who had "seen the world," men who had traveled from the island of Ceylon to the peninsula of Karntschatka. and from the land of Kanakas to the city of Washington Oregon bad newspapers, too. Not the present line of dally and weekly bearers of telegraphic dispatches from all parts of the earth, many hours ahead of time, but an unpretending bebdoraaddal or two, which gave the people news...

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. — 7 September 1877

1 Unci FRIDAY .SEPTEMBER 7, 1877. NOTICE. Agenu wHlp'-oase take notloe that tt Is a great tax upon us to pay express charges upon small sums, and they will confer a great favor by remitting to us through money orders or registered letters. END OPYOE. VI. Good readers of the Kew North west, we make our best bow to you this morning witli a bappy heart. As a journalist we are six years old. Though the paper was started the first week in May, 1871, we suffered one delay of two and a half mouths in '73 through ill ness in the family. It has always been our custom to give the typos and all other hands a holiday during State Fair week, anil, as fifty-two numbers consti tute a year's subscription, the changing seasons have glided over gaps enough to .bring the anniversary up to the sec ond week iu September, in 1S77. In lookiug back through the departed years, we cannot but wonder that strength has been given us to carry the business over some of the roughest places. We were as ignorant 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. — 7 September 1877

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1877. HOME NEWS. The O. 8. Co. move dally an aver age of 30 tons of wheat from Wallula to this city by boataml rail. The eilitorof the Standard has been wineil and dined by Captain Debuey, of the "Ai.coii," and is happy. The O. S. K. Co. intend to build an olher large boat of GOO tons burden at The Dalles. The necessities of their trade also require tlie construction of au immense wharf boat at Wallula. If you want a first-class photograph of yourself, your family, your lover, or your friend, take them to see Hendee. If he doesn't make -you a handsome pic ture, it will "only be because he lacks a handsome subject. The Lutherans of this city have in contemplation the erection of a new church ami school-house at a cost of $5,000. Of this amount, $1,800 lias al ready been subscribed. The location will he at the corner of Ninth and Stark streets. That "Can Can" came off as adver tised, and the house was crowded with "influential citizens" who paid tlit-ir dollar in t...

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 September 1877

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1877. I.MFLEK.NCK. The smallest bark ofllfe's tumultuous ocean i" - I leave a iracK oenind rorever more : The llRhtest wave of influence, set in motion , ElUllds and w dln tn Iho ot.mnl We should be ary. then, who co before A myriad yet to be; and we should take Our bearing carefully, where breakers roar. And iearlul temnests trathpr- nnH mistake May wreck unnumbered barks to follow In our wase. A HOinEB'S HEART. A little dreaming uch as mothers know; A little llnirerliie over daintv tblnes: A happy heart, wherein hope, all aglow. Stirs like' a 'bird at dawn 'that wakes and sings And that is all. A little clasping to her yearning breast; A little musing over future years: A heart that prays, "Dear Lord, Thou knowest hfct But spare my flower life's bitterest rain of tears" And that is all. A little spirit speeding through the night; A little home grown lonely.dark and chill; A sad heart, groping blindly lor the light; A little snow-clad grave beneath the hill And ...

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 January 1878

XL A Journal for tbe People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent in Polities and Religion. Utve to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Itadteal ln Opposlngand Ki posing the Wrongs ot the Masses. i. J. lilMfU, (Utter awt Prep V F ICE-Cor. Kkokt W ubingtun mtbjuets TEKM8, IN ADVANCE: f i I- r One year... mouths ... Tlree months.... ICO 1 75 1 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Term MARTHA MARBLEHEAD The Halt and Matrsn sfCbetialem. Bv MBS. A.J. UUNIWAY, IcriMK OF "JCOTTH REII," "ELLES BOWll, ahie asb HEmre lee," "ihi HArrr HOME," "OSK Vox AST'S SPBEBE," "MAIHiE HOSHHOS," ETV., ETC., KTC. j . h .i, according to a. i or congress, in '.! ! t.y Mm. a.j. Duiiiwsy, in thenar oi th Librarian of Congr. "at Washington City. CHAPTKlt XXVI. Kingston Greeusborough was alone in his little private office in the city of Washington. The night was sultry, aud tbe stifling at.oosphere was terribly oppressive. "Why the citadel of government should be kept in this horrid climate Is more than I can 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. — 4 January 1878

FRIDAY JANUARY 4, 1878. XOTICC Affat will f'.H take nonce that It Is a (Tat Mi upon as to pay expreu charges upon tnuill ranw. and tbejr Mill confer a great favor or remitting to as through money order or regtatered letters. THE PROTECTED SEX. Oue day last week a young girl of good address and comfortably attired presented herself at the Helpers' Home on Columbia street and asked admis sion, saying she was penulless, among stntugers aud sick. The kindly matron Ht ouee divined Die situation and or dered her to report to the President of the duciety. This was done, and a oab was chartered In hot haste to drive the poor unfortunate to the hospital where, in a short time, her babe was ttoru. The account she give of herself is the old, old story. She had loved, not wisely, but too well; and the man who, under pledge of marriage, wrought her ruin, had failed to ratily Ills part of, a most solemn obligation, despite the faet that the seal of paternity had atllruied the contract. The man wh...

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 January 1878

r FBI rAY.. ...... JANUARY 4, 1878. NOTICE. V B. Steam fa authorized eoltcHInc agent Ibr ita adrerOatec department of this pr froat and Mia 4 w sIHUME NEWS. 3.- r.lbe "Otttseter" to-day (Friday) M. ' 'Tba w. I" T. Co. lias reduced Ha rate) per it. Ttaa O. 8. N. Co. will imt run boats above The Dallas uotll father notice. The mMqcjerade ball atTSast Portland Jiew Year's e was one of the best af falra of the winn. fcn. 3 gvre tbolr annual ball at their eo0De-boBe last Monday evening, aud, as uaual, it u a complete success. D. H.' green, Esq., ami wife, of this city. eaUjfWU't tbelr crystal wetMinK at thalB ajaalaftiuiu last Saturday evening Ut train fnnI KoseburK Hip track near Am rlv. auil a lew care l)UWiea. 8WM IMflL this nir BOb soon floatj kw!versary of the dedlea- TJnitartun Cliureh wasceie HumlAy morning with a- r)opNH" Freneh h. Sewl forcireumi. well, sole ent. MorriHon OQ Ooik t'.SsWer" ran wndon '.bout two milt oeiow - c....M.v niomiue. hut IPSt with rief lu I'd" witbout Mmu...

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 January 1878

She Ken ftsttoesi FRIDAY JXXCABY 4, Trapped bj an Heirfcn. A cosier place than the big bittine room at Hillcrest would have been hard In t)ul, if ooe had traveled from Land's Bad to John O'Grats ; and ou thin eveutful evening, when the destinies of two people were about takinp Ieflulte form two people who had -never seen each other, and who had heard of each other mo much am so often that both were carious to meet on tbissimportant eveuiog the sUtlug-rootn at Hillcrest had never looked pleasanter or cosier. A huge Are of loirs plowed like mol ten carbuncles in the open fire-place; on the table in the center of the floor. whose cover matched the elowluir crim son of the carpet, n silver Maud that beld a dozen tto vax tapers, whose beaming ltgnt co .-asten exqutsltely with the rod? slew of the fife. Aod beside the table, in a hill, cush ioned ejhair, iUi his feet threat toward the initial warmth on the hearth, his ear draMine-cown bittinir comfortably on his nortJr form, bis cold-rimm...

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 January 1878

KM. a. J. BCHIWAV, Kr Bd ProprXWr rriCB Cor Fbst W.HIHOTO -WaKETa One year.... month TSrec minllu ..no 1 7S .16 ADVEB 7S KfK NTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms MARTHA MARBLEHEAD: fat VaM aa4 Mltf rrhcbalea. BvMb.A.J.DCNIWAY, ACTHOK OP "JCDITH RKID," "MlXMX BOWK," 'AI AUD HESET I.BE," "TH HAIVT HiHE," "OX E WOMAS'S SPHEaE," ADQE KOBUSON," ETC., ETC., ETC. Eoterrd.aooocdlnj; to Act of Congress. In the year 1877, byJtm. A. J. Dunlwai . In the offlee ol the Librarian of Congress t Washington Cltr-l CHAPTER XXML Colonel Augustas Marblebead wms not pleased. Tbe position he held liefore the public required the sustaining of a considerable degree of domestic dignity, and it was not soothing to his feelings to have a grass widow, his own sister at that, as an inmate of his lioufe. Not that he so expressed himself to his sis ter. Had he done so, that individual, as innately proud and seu-Hive as him self, would have left his home at onee, even if she would have found it neces sary to dig ditche...

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 January 1878

FRIDAY.... JANUARY 11, 1S7S. Agents will p!attt take notice that It Is a great lax upon us to pay express charges upon small lomi. and they will confer a great favor br remitting to as through money orders or registered letters. LADIESRELIEF. Thesociety that flourishes In Portland under tbe above caption has lately been the recipient of some candid criticism In the Oregonian, which tome of the of ficer and members are endeavoring to explain away, thus far with Indifferent success. It Is onr humble opinion that one woman of well-known integrity, who should open a home for tbe home less, and appeal to the public for patron age upon bar own responsibility, giving monthly Quanoial reports to the public through tbe papers, and retaining for her services a fairly remunerative sal ary, would do more to protect tbe needy and provide occupation for those willing and able to work, than any organized band of helpers now In the city. At tbe Helpers' Home, where we have bad considerable acquaint...

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 January 1878

fij? lens &eii)wzsi, FRIDAY JANUARY 11, 1878. NOTICE. IX H. Stearns to authorized soliciting agent tot the adverttslnc department of tbl paper from and after this date. HOKE KEWS. Tb "Elder" re.Ua for San l'rtiticisoo ou Saturday at 10 a. m. Tile Hibernian ball Tuefeday iiiilit at Torn Halle was a success. Sidney Dell, Esq., returned from San f raiielseo on the last steamer. Skating was much Indulged la last Sunday by parties in tula city. Thirty patients are now receiving treataMMWSHt Sc. Vincent's Hospital, On the evening of the 15th tbe ladles of tbe Social Union will give one of tueir "tea socials." Bantiem was administered to four peraoq? last Sunday morning ut tlie Congregational Ciiureli. All mail for Eastern Oregon and Washioglon Territory will be detained here until further notice. Note the removal of E. Calmlln's op position boot and shoe store to tbe cor ner of First and Ash alrtets. Me ft. Heme. Vinson, and Miss .Wootltborpe leave for Sau Fraueieco on the outgo jog s...

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 January 1878

IPBIDAY JANUARY 11, 1878. THE MS IB BIKIHDll. Do vou know our mile Clara? She's nine yean old ik1 ! Though born In eold December. she's u orient and warm as Kay; Her silver words trip lightly. As rivulets In spring. Ami like the bird and butterfly, Mic'k al ways on the wing. Do yon know oar little Clan? Sue's a slender child and tall. With a gentle smile for those shorn eats, And a heart of love for ail; There's grace In every movement. In the house and on the lawn, And when you think yon have her safe, Like a fairy she is com! Do yon know oar little Clara ? She's as sharp as sharp can be. And few know half ber smart essays At art and repartee; In temper she u winsome. Though sometimes quite sedate. And in her sober mood sage thoughts Steal through her Infant pale. Do yon know our Uttle Clara ? There may be those more fair. With finer forms, and purer brows. And locks of lovelier hair; But Where's a sunnier smile than bars A brighter, merrier eye And where a llttie heart more full O...

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 January 1878

t ilea? JJodtee. StM. A. J. DBMffAT, KdMer ant Proprietor ) mCE COK.FKWT A WAKBGTOX8mni TERMS, Kf ADVANCE: A. Journal rorthePeopl. lMroted to the Into reft -of Humanity. Independent In ToliUn aad Religion. Alive to all Live U&urs, and ThorougnW Badleal In Opposing ..ndKxpoalngtaeW'ror.aR of the MMwa. One year. ee Stx month I 7j Tire mouth. 1 1 Fkm? Sprcch, FrtEE Press, Frhk People. Cowan pondentg writing over assumed signa tures must make known their nnm. s to tli Editor, or no attention will be glien to tlit ir com m u n leat ion 4. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Terms. 3?OTta?t,AJNX, OKEGON, 3TX,TIA.-V, .TuVNTJVXtY li?, lJ?rS. 1 MARTHA MARBLEHEAD: The IU and Matron of Chehalem. Br Mrs. a. J. pCXlWAY, ACTHOR OF "JUDITH REID," "ELLEN tMVWB," "AIR AND HKNRY ire," "THE HAPPY KOt," "OSI WOMAN'S SI-HKKK," "MADGE XoaRISOX," RTC.,RTC.,KTC. Entered, according to Art ofCongms.ln toe year l7T, by Mrs. A. J. Duuiway, in the office o t:.- Librarian ofCongreMat Washington City. CHAPTER XXVUi In...

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 January 1878

FRIDAY JANUARY IS, IS7S. NOTICE. Agent will p!ae take notice that It Is a great tax upon M lo pay express charges upon small sums, and they will confer a great favor br remitting to n through money orders or registered letters. , TYRANTS IN 00UN0IL. Senator Sargent, tbau whom tUo dis enfranchised half of tbe American peo ple have no better friend or abler ally, Introduced a bill, January 11th, for re lieving tbe legal disabilities of women It provides that any woman who shall have been a member of the bar of the highest court of any State or Territory. or of the Supremo Court of the District of Columbia, three years in good stand ing, and who is of good moral character, shall, on motion, and production of tbe record, be admitted to practice before tbe United States Supreme Court. He also submitted tbe following: w hbkkas. Thousands of women of Mte United States nave petHtoned Congress for an amendment to the Constitution allowing women the right of suffrage; and. Wheeras, Many of th...

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. — 18 January 1878

FRIDAY JA2TUAKY 18, 1878. NOTICII. D. H. Stearns Is authorized soliciting scent for the advertising department or this paper from and after tbls date. HOMEHEWS. The "Chester" sails for San Fra itciseo to-day (Friday). A teachers' institute will be held io East Portland next Saturday. Services are being beld nightly at the Taylor-street M. tu. fjbureli in tins city. Some white men have taken to saw ing wood in this eity and East Portland. The February term of the State Cir cuit Court will convene on the Stli pros. The fhiutnal of th lain Vsior Henry Hampton took place last Saturday, and was largely attended. A full drees rehearsal was held at the New Market Theater Tuesday utgui in preparation tor "Maeeppa." William A. Stevens, au employe of tha n ft v cvv. died suddenly last Monday erenine about sis o'clock. An entertainment ami ball was given at Lh tnaann aavluui iu East Portland last Friday evening for the benefit of the patients. The west-side railroad company an nounce their det...

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. — 18 January 1878

Friday... ..JANUARY 18, 187S. to-hokro". . The settirnr sun. with dvinr b Had waked the porpl. le purine mil to nre. nd citadel and dome and Bin Were gilded by Uie far-oil gti And In and out great pine M crept Full many a lender line ol gold; Gold motes athwart toe river ft went And kissed it as it OBTard rotleo; And sunlight lingered, loth to 00. Ah! well. It eaoseth sorrow To jmrl from tbose we love below; And) c-t the son as bright shall glow TO-IIKMTOW. Tin tide was ebbing on the strand, A nd stooping low its sliver crest; The crimson seaweed lay at rest I'pou the amber-ribbed sand: Dashed o'er the rocks and on the shore Flung parting wreaths of pearly spray. Then fled away; yet returned ones more And sent a sigh aero the bay. As though it ooald sat bear to go. Ah! well, it can ruth sorrow To part with those we love below; Yet thitherward the tide shall flow To-morrow. Two hearts had met to say farewell At even when the sun went down ; Each life-sound from the buy town Kmole sad...

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. — 25 January 1878

MM. A. J. MM WAT, IhHter and Proprietor 3 FFICK Con. Phokt A WAW!ieTOK8rnEa A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interestiof Humanity. IiKlepoiulrnt i" Politics and Religion. Mive to all Livo Issues, and Thorougulv Radical in Oppo.lnc and Expo-.insr t be Wrongs ol the Musses. TEKMB, IK ADVANCE: 1 -I1 One JIN 1 7S Si moaMts. T-r monUu.. 1 ADVK RTISKMENTg InMrtod on gwsoMMe iinni. MARTHA MARBLEHEAD: 7fe HsM ani Mstrea or Gbthalrm. Br Mas. A. J. DPJtTWAY, ACTHOK or "JUDITH MID," "KLXEX DOWI," "AMU AMD KKXBT I.WS," "IDS BilTT Hons," "OX WOMAN'S ttFHKKK," "X1MI MORRISON." XTC. , BTC., ETC. Batsred, aecordi ng to Act or Ooasren, in the year 177, by Mr. A. J. Dunlway, tn the offloe o tbn Librarian of Congress at Washington CIW.J CHAPTER XXIX. "You mast Joan e a few bun J red dollars," wrote Martha to CMooei Au gusta MarMehead, "else I will go te Salem and hire a room beside a China man and start an opposition wash house." "Confound it!" said the honorable gentleman, as he pawed the let...

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. — 25 January 1878

FRIDAY JANUARY 23, IS7S. XOTICK. Agents will p!(w bike notice Uit it in a creai tax upon u to pay express charges opon mal 1 nffit. and they will confer a great favor ijt remitting to un through money order or registered letters. 00MPOLSOBYEDU0ATI02f. We with a few of the pompous mas culine aristocrats who sit lu the coun cils of the nation and flirt with silly girls while tbelr wives are at home milking cows and digging potatoes could be compelled to spend a week at tbe Helpers' Home In this city. Per uaps taeir pet meory about "women sitting oomfortably at homo while men make the. laws and the living" would thereby become exploded, as indeed it should long since have been. S Every week a large number of women seek temporary refuge in the Home, while looking for employment. Two tbirds of these women are no longer young, many of them have dependent families, and all of them are tiek. In quire into their past lives and you will liod that they all have, or have had husbands, who swore...

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