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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 April 1872

INT tfotf A Journal for the People Uevoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Folltlcs and Religion. Mlve to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposlngaud Exposing the Wrongs of the Masses. MRS.--.V. J. DrSIWAT.-Edltor ana "Proprietor OrriCE-Cor. Third and Wnililiiston St. TEItMS, IX ADVAXClSt One year ,. ." . ' Six months Three mouths.. Fuee SrF.ECH, Free Truss, Fuee People. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to the 100 Billtnr, or no attention -will be givento their TOLTJME 1. I? OTITIC AJSD , OKEGON, 3FKIIA.Y, A.3?RIX, IS, 1872. ADVERTISEVPVTITnW,l TT.nnl.1a communications. Terms. 1 ELLEN DOWD, THEPAEMEE'S WIPE. Entered, according to the Act of Congress, I n the year 1SS, by Mrs. A. J. Dunlway, In the Of fice of the IJbrarlan of Congress at "Washington City. CHAPTKK XV. Yet Peter Dowd was not a lazy man. He was merely the victim of a wrong education, and while he preferred to live upon the half paid labor of his weak chi...

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. — 12 April 1872

FRIDAY. ......APRIL 12, 1872. OUE SECOHD VOLUME. The season Js now near at hand when many hundreds of our subscriptions to the New Northwest will expire. We urge upon our friends everywhere the importance of immediately renewing their subscription fees. A little effort now upon the part of each of our numer ous readers will enable us to start out with the Second Volume with debts all canceled and in the enjoyment of safe financial prospects for the future. We could then bring a light heart to our work, to which, since we took up the load of financial care that a large news paper business requires, we have been a stranger. There are also yet many de linquents upon our list men and women who have regularly enjoyed the products of our toil for the past year, and yet neg lect to pay for their paper. To all such we say in respectful solicitude, wc need the money. The sum of three dollars is small to each of you, but the aggregate indebtedness of several hundred delin quents makes a sum o...

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. — 12 April 1872

' rf .-i .- FRIDAY. APRIL 12, 1S72. i April showcrstbring early-flowers.' r A town clock is wanted at Salem. Josephine 'county is entirely out of debt. Another church is to. be erected at Sulem. Albany is in favor of the ireo school system. The town clock is still without lightithe-'P,ublishersjD5rHomc JUaa r 1 . I " '.' i.TT ...1. ? ..1, nn rrunirr f CI rr at night. Mrs. Carrie F. Young is lecturing cast of the mountains, Albany had $03 GO In the city Treasury on the first of April. -. Parties in Salem are paying fifty-three centaVrpotind for wool Judge Boise has taken the. stump In behalf of the Republicans. Some additions are being made to the Iloliaday wharf at Astoria. The terminus question on the Sound will be settled nest month The District schools in "Walla "Walla are overcrowded witli pupils, The Chemeketa Hotel, Salem, will be opened on the first of July next. Real estate in Walla Walla and vlcin ity continues to ndvauce in price. It is again rumored that the N. P. R, R. C...

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 April 1872

i FRIDAY. APRIL 12, 1872. The Garden of Childhood. I know a garden of fragrance, A garden of golden bloom; There Is sunshine wreathed In the rose, And stars aglow In the gloom; " Tkriow"tho pathways turn by turn, For back in the lone ago I used to chase the butterflies there And watch for the roses to blow. How balmy sweet, In the olden time. The breath of those dainty flowers! The moments fell with a silvery chime To sleep In the golden hours. And the lilies used to lore me then As they leaned across my feet To hold me back in the pathway fair. For they knew the days were fleet. ,As the lilies paled and died away .; i And.Uio roses side by side 'Hav'o faded year by yean Unlay ' I am left In the eventide; Tho' I know the garden so well, so well, I never may enter there. Bat morn by mom at the gateway still I can see the children fair Step down through the glided blossoms with their faces all aglow. And I look back through the broken days To the time when mine was so, And I wonder of...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 April 1872

THE NEW NORTHWEST. PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN PORTLAND, OREGON. 1 4 Free Speecli, Faroe Press, Free People. A Journal for the people. Devoted to the interests of Humanity. Independent in politics and religion. Alive to all live issues, and thoroughly radical in opposingand exposing the wrongs of the masses. The NEW NORTHWEST is not a Woman' gtghfcs, but a gutlUttt tf(jut!3 organ, devoted to whatever policy may be necessary to secure the greatest good to the greatest number. It knows no sex, no politics, no religion, no party, no color, no creed. Its foundation is, Universal Emancipation, Eternal Liberty, Untrammeled Progression. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY ANB HOME ENTERPRISE. TERMS In Advance. 1 Year, 6 Months, 3 Months, S3 00 1 75 1 00 Advertisements inserted on reasonable terms. ' " ' Among our contributors are sos an b. anthony, elizabeth cady stanton, laura deforce gordon, Mrs. F. F. VICTOR, Mrs. BELLE W. COOKE, Mrs. M. M. MILLER, Mrs. CARRIE F. YOUNG, M.D. Mrs. NELLIE CURL, Mrs. S. J. RU...

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 April 1872

.MRS. A. J. DrMWAT, Ealtor Bn4 rroprlflor orriCE-Cor. Third and Washlpcton HU TERSIS, IK ADVANCE: One yean. Six month. Tliree month... My 1 75 100 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Term. "Written for the Xew Korthwest. Cpou the Scene ofn Battle-Held. BY STEP11 KS MATHEU. I stand amidst a field of warine craln, Where armies met aud,lherc were thousands stain; Here host met host with war's dread armament, And slaughter echoes shook the continent; If ere tbelioarse cannon's mouth -with naming tongue Hpat death, and ruin oe'r rbo valley rung; Here came the charge, and there stood Uie de fense. And death gave death In deadly recompense; To yonder hBl, now crowned with nodding corn, Through blinding flash and Are, n "hope for lorn" The soldiers nwhed-ah, rushed Into a hell! And where I stand kVlKilc battalion roll. And lay, the dying hurled 'neath the slain, Beseeching, praying, calling help In vain, Till fainter, lower came the sinking breath, Till all was quiet, hushed, for nil was ...

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 April 1872

FRIDAY.. ZTIaPRIlTo, 1872. EDITOEIALJOTES. . The Fanner is still after political ma nipulators with a sharp stick. Give it to 'cm, brother. They deserve it all and more. " . Women, under the name of "assistant pastors," do missionary work for several of the St, Louis churches, and receive compensation therefor. The time is not far distant when women will fill witli dignity and grace the first pulpits of the land. In the Maine Legislature a "Woman Suffrage bill passed tho Senate by yeas 15, nays 8. In the House the vote stood 4l,ycas to 53 nays. .So.lt.was.not adopt cd. That it received such a largo vote, actually passing the Senate, is one of the significant signs of the times. Great respect has "been shown by the wholo civilized world to tho memory of the late Prof. Morse, the Inventor orthe The benc- PE0PLE8 C01TV2HTI0H. The undersigned citizens of the United states, responding to tho invitation of the National "Woman Suffrage Associa tion, propose to hold a Convention at Steinway...

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 April 1872

FIlIDAY -APRIL 19, 18721 OUR SECOHD YOLUHE. ' Tl!e season taoVtiear Wnanclwlicu many hundreds of our subscriptions to the 2 ew , orthwest will expire. "Ve urge upon our friends everywhere the importance of immediately renewing their subscription fees. A little effort now upon the part of each of our numcr ons readers will enable us to start out with the Second Volume with debts all canceled and in the enjoyment of safe financial prospects for the future. W'c could then bring a light heart to our work, to which, since we took up the load of financial care that a large news paper business requires, wo have been a stranger. There are also yet many de linquents upon our list menand women who have regularly enjoyed the products of our toil for the past year, and yet neg lect to pay for their paper. To all such we say In respectful solicitude, tec need the money. The sum of three dollars Is small to each of yo, but the aggregate indebtedness of several hundred delin quents makes a sum of ...

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 April 1872

Tender ""d True. no Mole from It nest In my golden hair A fcnotorribant bine: u ' Tenderand true adieu! adieu! The almond was bending with blossoms white, The roses blushed through the dew; The violet milled In the glowing light. And life was happy and hope mw bright Tender and true adieu! adieu! They brought my soldier home to me. Ami my knot ofrlbond blue; riut the cruel wound on the brow was hid By the nag uroopeu over me comn nu fUaimond Howe faihereireyk The roses Mill blush through the dew; But the snrlngtlme of hone will never awake. And thelone.loneheSrt will wait till It break Tenuernnu true auicu: nuieu: The Lost DaMia. There was trouble at tlie great white stuccoed house on the hillside, with its extenm-ojgaraensanuEromidsjjorer- JooKiutr tlie viiiaee. its mistress, Airs. Gen. Harmon, was very angry; and the garaener was in uisgrace, tiircateneu with dismissal; and all the servants and all the -family veroiviore or less uncom fortable through the vexed temper of .mauamc. ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 April 1872

THE NEW NORTHWEST. PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN PORTLAND, OREGON. ZEnroo Speecla, Free UPoress, Free People. A Journal for the people. Devoted to the interests of Humanity. Independent in politics and religion. Alive to all live issues, and thoroughly radical in opposing and exposing the wrongs of the masses. The NEW NORTHWEST is not a Roman's igltt5, but a gumntt flights organ, devoted to whatever policy may be necessary to secure the greatest good to the greatest number. It knows no sex, no politics, no religion, no party, no color, no creed. Its foundation is, Universal Emancipation, Eternal Liberty, Untrammeled Progression. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY AND HOME ENTERPRISE. TERMS In Advance. 1 Year, t 00 ( Months, 1 7" :5 Months, 1 00 Advertisements inserted on reasonable tonus. ' ' Among our contributors arc SOS AN 15. ANTHONY, ELIZABETH CADY STANTON", LAURA. DkFORCE GORDON, Mrs. F. F. VICTOR, Miis. BELLE W. COOKE, Mus. M. M. MILLER, Mrs. CARRIE F. YOUNG. M.l). Mrs. NELLIE CURL, Mns. S. .1. R...

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 April 1872

. Journal for the reonlf. 't Mrj. A. J. Drxnm, Editor and rroprlrtar .TZ i orrirn-rar.Tnlnlnari Washington St. I Dovotdto the Interests of Humanity..- tt i Independent In Pollfles.'and Jlellglon. Mlve to all live limes, and Thoroughly ! nodical In Opposing aSHExposlns the Wrongs ol tho Masses. TBItJIS, IX ADVANCE: Ono year- fiCO .. 1 75 . 1 00 Six month CorraspomlenU writlnjr over axsumcd slna- FREE SPCECH, Kit EE ritESS, FREE PEOrLE. TUrcejuontlis tures must make known their name to the' JWIter, or no attention 'will to given to their -VOjLTTIE 1. "TVUSCBER SI. ADVERTISKMEVTainT1 nn TfmeinnMo oemmunleatloni. Term a. t IJnrs Susses! n by the Scene or Xou; A so. The shlmmerlnc aprinMme sunshine slants Adown the sloping; mountains, And fir trees shoot their feathery forms Prom sides ofgargllne Ihuntalnc, And dreamy munie In the air. Waited from Inwrt' voices, . PIoaM round me like a melody, WMeh my sad soul rejoices. Ton monarch great whoe scaly trunk Supports his buse proportions. Ye...

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 April 1872

he Vim &$ztkm0t. 'PRTDAV ANTAGONISM BETWEEN THE SEXES Much to our surprise and regret, we have, within the last two weeks, met with several gentlemen of ability and culture-opponents to Woman Suftragc who profess to believe that thcEW Nprthwest teaches that there exists a feeling of natural antagonism between the sexes. "VVe are utterly at a loss to imagine why such a construction has been placed upon our teachings, for It certainly has been entirely foreign to our belief or motives. "While we charge, and have over and over again proven, that our present man?made system of legislation fosters such antagonism, we most emphatically deny that men arc natural enemies to women, or vice versa. On the contrary, men and women are naturally mutually dependent upon each other. Both are children of the same All Father, and neither sex can, in any capacity, reach that degree of perfection and harmony, when engaged in any great moral work, without the aid of the other, that is easily attaina...

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 April 1872

FRIDAY -APRIL 19, 1872. OUS SEOOHD VOLUME. , f The season is now near at hand when many hundreds of our subscriptions to the New Xortiiwest will expire. "Ve urge upon our friends everywhere the importance of immediately renewing their subscription fees. A little effort now upon the part of each of our numer ous readers will enable us to start out with the Second Volume with debts all canceled and in the enjoyment of safe financinl prospects for the future. We could then bring a light heart to our work," to which, since wo took up the load of financial caro that a large news paper business requires, we have been a stranger. There are also yet many de linquentsupon ourlist--men and women who have regularly enjoyed the products of our toll for the past year, and yet neg lect to pay for their paper. To all such we sav in respectful solicitude, trc need the money. The sum of three dollars is small to eneh or you, but the aggregate indebtedness of several hundred delin quents makes a sum ...

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 April 1872

1872. a Memory. "And tltouch a thousand read these lines liSutralnSiiill understand." I lind a friend once, and she was to mc Whatfragranoe. is to flowers, or song tp bird IMrMJf my lielng but there, came n tlmo (I cannot tell you how, or when, or where) A time that severed us. There was no fierce. Hot trouble at our parting. It was calm, Because It was so gradual. Ere I knew Wo had crown cold nt meeting, colder still At our good-bye. Hut looking on It now, After Ions years, I marvel nt It all. And ween more tears than I did then, bv far. Overthls strange, sad parting, thli blank wreck Of love, and hope, and friendship, and warm trust. Oh. It Is pitiful this breaking up Of human sympathy and tweet heart tryst! Had we so many friends this friend and I That we could well afford to give the slip KaolUo the other drifting thus apart. Like shins that meet noon some t ronin sea For one brief, passing hour, exchange stale news, Govlp of cargoes, or the last made port. Then sail away, each ...

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. — 3 May 1872

A Journal for the Tcoplc. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Itellglon. Mlve to all Urc Issue, and Thoroughly Rad leal In Opposing ml Bxporie the "Wrongs ot the Manes. JIBS. A. J. Dl'A'lTVAT, Editor and Proprietor OFFICE Cor. Third and Washington St. TBItJIS, IX ADVAXCK: One vear. -3fO 1 75 Six months- CaSpondents writing over assumed signa tures mint mate known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. Ft.ee Sriuxn, Fr.ER I'aess, Fuke PnontE. Three months I 00 VOTJZFZrEi 1. POKTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, 2.XA.Y 3, Terms. 'LETTEE'PEOM HON. T. W. DAVEN POET. Kihtok New Xorthwkht: Our great want in Oregon has been a freo aud independent, liberal journal one of high moral convictions and firm purpose, and withal a toleration that can patiently boar contradiction and givo a fair presentation to all sides of a . disputed question. A paper in the pay of a party or a church is generally too mueh in leading strings for free d...

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. — 3 May 1872

FRIDAY. .MAY 3, 1S72. HO, TOE THE PEOPLE'S CONVEN TION! The Finance Committee, upon whom devolved the duty of raising the requis ite funds with which to defray the trav eling expenses of the delegate elect, were ready to report success. Being oureelf anxious to serve the good cause of Human Rights in every honorable capacity, wo concluded to ap ply to the railroad nabob for a pass, and consequently sent him the following letter, which was returned unanswered: Portland, Saturday Morning, April 27th, 1S72. J Mr. Ben Holladay Dear Sir: Al though the daily papers are silent over the fact that I am Delegate elect to the People's Convention in New York, you have doubtless seen, in your New NoirrmvEST, a full account of the pro ceedlngs. Friends have raised me the sum of S200 towards defraying my ex penses. Now, I want a paw. If I go must be off on the Oriflamme this even ing. I have cheerfully paid your roads and steamers, in money earned with my sewing machine, the sum of nearly $400 sin...

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. — 3 May 1872

FRIDAY.......... 3IAY 3, 187i OUB SECOND VOLUME. The season is now near at hand when v many hundreds of our subscriptions to the Xkw Northwest will expire. We nrjr- upon our friends everywhere the importance of immediately renewing their subscription fees. A little effort "Wtipon the part of each of our numer ous readers will enable us to start out with the Second Volume with debts all cameled and in the enjoyment of safe financial prospecU for the future. We could then bring a light heart to our work, to which, since wc took up the lnad of financial care that a large news paper business requires, wo have been a stranger. There are also yet many de linquents upon ourlist menand women who have regularly enjoyed the products of our toil for the past year, and yet neg lect to pay for their paper. To all such we say in respectful solicitude, wc need thr money. The sum of three dollars is -mali to each of you, but the aggregate indebtedness of several hundred delin quents makes a sum of ...

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. — 3 May 1872

FRIDAY LVY 3, 187 My Two Loves. Stable Is an heiress. Courted, proud and gav; Oertie Is a seamstress. Toiling all the day. Maule's iomrt a castle. Stalely, old and crawl; Gertie's Is a cottage, By the ocean strand. Matte's hair Is Jetty, Called In shining band; Gertie's tie. wine tmw, Like the golden sands. Matte's eyes are sparkling. And of sable line; Gertie stole tlwir color From the vaulted blue. liable1 voice eommudi yon. Changeful as the breeze; Gertlefs like the zephyr liHperlng In Mwtret Mable bows to fRlikn Worships at iu Dlirlne: Gertte, at an a liar Made by hands divine. I can hnvo by asking Kitber of the two; But this querv rites: What am I to do?" On one f.We there's plenty. Houses, gold and lands; On the other, nothing Dot. two willing hands. Ah! a mhjiity secret Ltea within my breast! 8balll tell It, raster? I lore Gertie beet! The Pitobw of Oool 'Water. bt T. a. Airmen. , "It is such a pity!" said "Mrs. Leo, turning her eyes from the window. A child stood near her lo...

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. — 10 May 1872

- . ' ntrtTrnnAffff TIT"9 4M tttfi A i t.. - rr-- ' ' " MM - f J ?.Hm-ttf...srf Mia. A. J. DCMW'AT, Edllor and Proprietor OFriCIi-Cor.Thlrrt nnd WdhIiIii-ton SW TEIiSLS IK ADVANCE: Qniymv. Six months Ttiree. months.. ss.ro . 1 73 . 1 00 -A.DVBRTISEM ECs'TS Inserted on Reasonable lyriaK. SONOEAJSEWITT. " uv anus, susie witiiekbll. DKUICATEU to til) daughter, i.VfiS HOUOKA USWIXTt 1SSL ' ' WHh ho other preface than a hope expressed ltikcthUunprmMnslltheolu'iriTnAy prove Interesting enough to beguile nfcw""leluro iKiurs or those who mas read tt.niid leate If poMM some good Impremlon, It Is otrreJ for the perusal or the public PsBiXAxn, Oregon. Entered, according to the Aet of Conorsss. I n the year K7Z, by iIrs.SuieWitherell,ln tlieOf- nee or uie librarian or (JongrM at Wuslilngton City. niAiTHU r. THE WHirtrNETELI.HE. -J "What! Closeted with a Uxik onTiucli a lovely May morning as luls? Why, I have been everywhere looking for you. What ilo you Ray to a good gallop on horseback? Come, ...

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. — 10 May 1872

nTnAV....... MAY 10 1672. BEGINNING OF THE SECOND VOL UME. To-day we issue the first number of the Second Volume. Looking back upon the year that is past and gone, we find it crowded with various expe riences. None but those who havo passed through the ordeal can know with what anxious solicitude, doubting fears and prayerful hopes a journalistic enterprise of this kind is inaugurated. But reviewing all the occurences of the j-ear, we find that our success has been more than we dared too hope. The cir culation is large and dally increasing, and we hope to double it by the end of the present year, and ask the aid of our friends everywhere to accomplish this result. Give us all the help you can, brethren and sisters in the great cause of Humanity, Equality and Progression, and enable us to place before you this coming year a better paper than during the last. THE "COUEIEE'S" OPINION. The Puget Sound Courier by-the-by a very ably conducted paper is out with its say on the "Woman Questi...

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