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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 28 October 1880

THE IsW NOBTHWEST, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1880. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELIVNEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. Willi mm Eh jam mi r r 'A jlltHfc-y Aft & cuiuous phediction. (It is stated that Dr. Albert Marsh, of Brooklyn, N. Y., has the original of this collection of rhymes, which wore KHnpotsed in I7S7 at Sherurook, Canada, nnd afterward pub lished in 1SB In the Green Mountain Chronicle (Vermont), a jrof whleh Dr. Marsh has in his possession. Notes are , . en with the prediction. Golumbiu, home of Libertie, iSlmll not twenty rulers see, 35ro there shall be battle smoke, Mre peace shall seem to be broke, Anil in waves of peril tost The Kheiciit order shall be lost. ' rgres Is the nineteenth President, tile first shall, too, the second be, if 'the fates tell truth as even he; Whore sits the sire as sits the son, But not the son's son. A.iuKCre the son shall ruler be, Ono place shall send three ; Hhroe with one shall make four,t &jiu .three snail be ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 28 October 1880

THE NORTHWEST, THTIRSDAX', OCTOBER 28, 1SS0. LETTER FROM NEW YORK. POLITICAL gURPRISBS -IKE WORK OK NATURAL IZATIONTHE .INTERNATIONAL PARK AT . NIAGARA THE "PASSION PLAY." iKBGU&AK GOltHaSTOXDKSCK OP TUB SSVf NOltTHWHST. New York, October 1G, 1SS0. This is a year of political surprises. The elec tion in Vermont gave the Republicans promise of making a clean sweep of the Northern States in November. The election in Maine following showed that the result in Vermont could not be depended upon as a straw indicating political drift The Democrats, in fact, had encouragement to deduct from the Maine vote a break-up of the Republican North that would enable them to easily elect Hancock. There can be no doubt that up to the hour of voting on Tuesday the prepon derance of confidence was in the Democratic camp. The betting in sporting circles, sometimes looked upon as a pretty good indication of politi cal drift, was in the same direction. Therefore the result in Indiana and Ohio is in the...

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 November 1880

ft - -. . ' - i FltEK Sl'KKCII, FKKE PllKSS, iTJME X. NO. S. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVESEBEK 1, ARRY HARCOURT'S DREAM. 4- MY ABIGAIL SCOTT DUXIWAY. Mm V Harry Harcourt was not given to dreaming on uarv occasions; in fact, he seldom dreamt ai i r he was a sound sleeper, with a stomach :n alligator's and a conscience like a baby s. fsv conscience and good digestion are in- romoters of healthy sleep the world over, and 'hot wonder that Harry Harcourt sjept well. nrv Harcourt had a hobby. Most practical impractical people haw hobbies. My hero's 'Job' y was the imaginary nnanciai, political, legai aUl .-very way possible superiority of men's re rauii utilities over women's duties in raising a fiUjr 'r and providing for the household. Jii - HareourJ was a pale little woman with a Yi$ ' mily- Pale little women are very apt to be 7MK-. ersof big families. They are like decaying apK trees exceedingly fruitful because of their rajd imposition to early death. Harcourt's children were boy...

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 November 1880

2 THE oNTSW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, jYOYEMBER 4 1S80. MKKCVVs 1 iht! linen betow wen- fount ..ia-- tn yiov ' jk.'iU who eirBltti ui !! recently r.i ttr.iv ag-ela that ttana at tkjc heavenly f ite, ulsicie your porta! w weary on vfiu, -rrowftlt t&Ads, M-ltli htd toVt 'n shni:'. ; .' ttnW"a id, Death' journey s' fume. l-jfc w aa Utter (he threw It mv- ''row-' ... , angel. I pray! her. pathway he 'vt: tawjrtver h crowed. 'rw wwaviM i ii mm" ih i i aaraa jhtiwii aittwaar aasanwd: mem atbvtiialK1 . w iT (iht4aa4 Oa!tf I inta,1 1 o j3reitau Aa4 mi" ioJate aft ered astray ' twauttfu way. mel world mt4. vw'tw it i I "la janni ise so fair! . Kt( aaa t : w iwft ftrr Savior to ! A- ' "hi aaalMMl khe sees. ' OhK V ajbi Sajtowf ul wata .Yw v.. . itea w puio aoM I m frtt-rv hfr noaL r.;V: "f a.-r 'jW. -V Uer a. Lui iM A SjryfcjY OJ6- '- i 'Ttw' .' rrtasjly' Uke nurffe t34av iderieaejf:. In .rae p kfpiujr ; tlai mpiinwj m 'rv. flat .v. .run, , m, if i ae ooiuii . ic all little . at hom. !j'l r Be...

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 November 1880

THE sTEW NORTHWEST, THUIISDAY, sTOY3iJIBER 4, 1SS0. mjmv bj. THE MIRTHFUL MUSE. v V. II. VANDERBILT'S LAY. Oeme Into the stable, Mauri, You've beaten two-eleven ; ' Onna Into Urn stable, Maud I'm In the aeventh heaven. A CAPaJdiOUS SAILOR. "Never rive up the hip," lie dud, "but, sooner, Qently raise the lower lip, ' AiMl deposit therein a schooner." TOO LATH. The Autumn daxs are llngYing sweet miner's sett caress, Yet It's rather late this season Por the Saint to beat Maud S. mi Ami now the f Answers an Dm Ume hi And he'll be 31 fc3 NO ewaoi brum tf MUTATIONS. ve school-boy its with fluency; tness will alloy. rasbed for truancy. HEAVEN HELP HIS PANTR. Over Me Ajpieaie boy w JoeOidYand Idle Heaven netp sweetheart! hef 8a is nan - M08T0 he leaned and lsugned, clear owe eye; i mm aown; its it was custard nte. TUB X GIRL. She read all the books of science, Her Angers wete eoverea witn ing; She hooted at . She talked of She aimed Of greater or masonic in au She married a circus clown. na...

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 November 1880

THE STEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, yOYEMBER 4, 1880. -ggy r--r Jlitv o e c bra .fuutttt mk ' ' It,.-" probabilities fitfQartie'd and -Vrfl elected. The rotarni hiiee that t R ept Hp Wire secured 210 and the Iemot rat 131 of toe electoral votes. Of the 213 Carflci-i votQ3, R5 couu trial ?ew York, 29 from Peunsj ivfitfa, 22 JTfm uruo, n from Illinois 15 from i kMrhm. 13 from Massachusetts, 11 fcpm Michigan, lh-f com Iowa, K) from Wisconsin,! a ad the remajjirlttr frjwn the smaller Suites. Nef-b from the Fftaiflo Slopt s hardly as full or as authentic as from Urn Jast. Oregon will very probably be Reimblieaii, but m irh a mailer majority clian in last Jun though the Democrats elaiot that tha sem!$, i&uaubtful '.'Jiforiiia and Nevada are thought trKbe -Demo-.'raticy while Colorado is Republican. - TIiQ Democrats are thoroughly aiipflkwlit their .Meat When General Haceoch W ! , tLey claimed Now York, Indiana arjjfiwuibylva- 4 Mai! after its 3 .mtMate Tetrad ned ? ittaSteCMqhhip by wi : km...

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. — 4 November 1880

THE N"EW OTiTI! W KST. THURSDAY, OYEKBER 4. 1880. 4 1 !OItTLVm OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER -1, 1S30. LOCAL EPITOME. Mr. R T. Itobison, of Goldendale, W. T., called on Tucsluy. MultJomah county gives Garfield and Arthur -404 Illtt. Durht Mer, the police made 1S4 "drunk !Ry" arrests. Mra. jL fi Ijuniway is probably in Canyon City nurs(lay). 'abats has rnsiirnnri t.ho unstoratc Of pri'JsfcChurch. gi)rocesion on last Thursday argejpnd enthusiastic. dtfrWblic citv dock, has a large as- ne umbrellas at reasonable prices. lihas parsed over Mayor Thompson's nee for raising the gratle oi beconti rwin, of Astoria, was in the city nd gave the Nkw Northwest a t iinerior finish and excellence of nds preeminent as a photographer. vxj; rah. - Send LETTER FROM RDTTEVILLE. iout of eirmlovment. or who have ;pfrmtalBW":lI find something of interest under KE5i3-Veek.' No. 64 Morrison street, has a full IX-morest's reliable patterns. lilogue. Co. are successfully circulating n st for bringing the Melvill...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 4 November 1880

1: f - 6 SOMB TIIK. Some time I think you will bo glad to know That I have kept you ever In my heart, And that my love has only deeper crown, In all (hat time Umt we have lived apart. Some day, when you havo sllpcI away from care. Ami Wly rail to dreaming of the past. And sadly Uilnk of all your life has missed, You will remember my true low at last. Or It may eonie to pass, some drear' night, After a day tliat has baen hard to bear, When you are weary, heart-stek and forlorn, And there Is none to comfort or to care, That you will close your tired eyes to dream Of tender khses falling soft and Unlit, Or restful touches smoothing back your hair, And sweet words spoken by your heart's delight. Oh! then you will remember and be glad That I have kett yon In my heart, And that your heart's true Itome will still be here Although we wander silent and atari. THE BONNIFIELD CLAIM. "The claim doesn't pay, ami never will in my opinion. "What a miserable, horrid life this is ! Oo-oo !" throwing...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 4 November 1880

THE 2ffETV NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, NOYE3EBER 4, 18S0. 7 1.. ... hiin. 'let ns talk this maRfr'bver care fully. o.i noedomo lunch ulso.-Mar your lmrd ri. up the mocmtaiu." , .. . Ti.ey sat tpeher at the. little .table with tin , aiwl lainUl loilC anil , rtrnftafcl'x- Afioa Hon. i 1 M .. w J- W-" .li'KI WW tMHIXrU r i 1! w aiwtfn thmoto1ft by MtjlSrlftke, but could not .TCantify the writiiitri . "A. B." cor- Mi Jy was Meative of Louis BoimlnoH and her i,:ioo ihe .lamitted -na &ary. These facts were . .urtrartt, hmnot inclusive. She had no like-in--- A h; r fatlier, atul wafe too youugjwhen the jw itul T.vtuu between her igirims-occurred to i men..tr hte features. Six hao!jfodinovo(l it to be uv.n frt-ai Uformation received from a person w; . Mad ,e i Uncle Lukaat Ikt-i'sl'fat, and had kimwn 1 am JonivUleld when a N'oung man. Tli'.- man bcliel the two to be ideriticlfl. Miss B utufietl hade tlie voung mnitgood-by at last, r Vode sadly down thie raourftmri trail. Noth rould be done. Sh...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 4 November 1880

THE NEW 3S0BTHWEST, THURSDAY, IfOVEIBER 4, 1880. LETTER FR05I ifIINNVIIiliE. NEW THIS WEEK. MISCELLANEOUS AJ " KRTISR' W&. MBS. H. A. LOUGHARY OUTLINES THE WORK THAT MUST BE DONE BY "WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS IX THE COMING FOUR YEARS. McMinnville, October 28, 18S0. To tub Editor ok the New NonntWEST : The recent act of the Legislature in passing Senate Joint Resolution No. 2. was a victory for the women of Oregon, but a signal one is yet to be gained. The question of woman's enfranchise ment in the State of Oregon has assumed a new phase. Heretofore we have looked toward the Capitol, and arguments have been directed more especially to our law-makers ; but now we must turn to another class, the people, and I must confess that the outlook is anything but encour aging, because we have not the money to rightly prosecute the work of spreading our principles. When we have intelligence to appeal to, we can expect much; but when we must con front ignorance and prejudice, and know that our cause...

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 November 1880

, -4 ' ii --'' V- v- . '- -- "- -' -' 1 I I I II II. s Fkeb 8iekch, Fkek Pkess, Fkee People. -i TtfXLUME X. NO. 9. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1880. PEU YEAR-SB). 1'. f 3t BBi'DXTNl WAY'S DESCRIPTION OK THK COUNTUY SCKNRS AW) K VENTS NOTICED HY IIBH PUKING TIIK PAST WBKK. Burnt Ranch b, Or., November 8, 1SS0. i S R TCKADKB-S OK THE NtfW ?'V trUWIWfli If vou d.,l'v to know ii:-' ' -w well of the very an lest Kind of active variety you can endure unil t you can learn it al! by goingn-stoglng in, the e. tt treeless upland region of Eastern fOreg0n ; uul Washington. But you neeu not exiect me j all hardship, for you can also expen- usiue enjovment which no life-long mi of a city can dream of, unless he, like our self, becomes a political missionary, or, kg in that, a stockman or pioneer rancher's rife. After a busy day and almost sleepless nightfit The Dalles, wo, on the morning of the 31st ultimo, boarded the thoroughbrace mail wagon, which kindly called for us at the Umat...

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 November 1880

i ,J t . l 'laaaanvMisbht " I fcasMJjS Ml iifflW Bk .vl. nk, !W 1. . Mwmt' lans aaW-Linp tfcianw : 1 .-. aWto 1;. nut Ht$M r - 1 .'i 1 w '' ..... i. ... -Lrf-.i-L' a, J3SPrJCT J 'n bar aAwaigp jasa3i THE ffOBTHWBST, THUBSDAT, 3ST0VBMBBB U, 1880. iFWe latrtttJ-ntaM: t "I will" to spoken; has touched my hand. tidless love the token; lrch with holy rite ping on our love has given, Tght Into my eyes with your, Inswor ina In sight of Heaven. your heart of heart On irnWrJng shttdow of regret On thouglftttlmt you have almai ill ? OMpejfttlt) not tpoj late even yet Jttve over Known or ue-n. M Imtl wrllsr son or known, : "haft crowned your cboaen queen ' jfmy you tell me now, you Dounu no more; hear the troth. go sad, so tore, It woald be nadow fell oArtaetne; loved ilear love, as air one; d hear. nmy his care; think yer. yours. irom a lxi vp my all Ty love? o; should break, ,ri" too, fet" your sweet sake Into yoth- eyat; my own vyitli tear are dim. nnwiiii, tret ' JttrmaL it ' A Mom" OFa3X3...

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 November 1880

THE 2sTEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, TOYEltBER 11, 1S80. PORTLAND. MISCKLIjANKOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MiaCBLLAWa6UB APV KRiiwEaaprrw. OUH DAILY RECKONING. If you sit down at set of sun Ami count the acts that you have dune, And counting, find 0 ralf-denying act, one word ' That oased tlic heart of hint who haunt; One glance, most kind, TlMt fell like sunshine where It went, Tlien you may count thai day well spent. But, If through all the livelong day You've cheered no heart by ye or miy; If, through It nil. You've nothing done, that you can trace, That brought the sunshine to one face; No Met, most small, That helped some soul, ami nothing cost. Then eount that day as worse than lost! The Young Jfwper. HOW A BRIDE IS BOUGHT. Under an assumed name my friend went to the Paris residence of M. de F., the celebrated mar riage broker, and having paid the preliminary fee of jyo, explained that he came m behalf of a cousin, who, although possessed of a handsome iotungnd good title, was anxious to ine...

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 November 1880

-A ifBHE 'NBW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, XOYEMBEll 11, -ISSt). Jt Avrml or Mr 2toj4e. fi-jfa to ifetffto ami Neltylvn. MmSCRIPTIOX RATlXi fl' Tear, Ui X'til ADVA SCSI: 4 - '(t u IlntormbU Price. '' iHiltiierUlim iMOHtd be an ert to the 'a comaxy, iekS0i lraatt, Oregon. ".rr s OVEMBEK II, A PLEA FOR PIONEER WOMEN. It is somewhat amusing to hear and read tho boasting statements about the early settlement of Oregon made by intelligent speakers and writers, who invariably claim that tho inarch of civiliza tion onUJis coast was led by some Rooky Moun tain or Hudson Bay Company hunter. They do not mention the fact that the path across the Rocky Mountains was proved to be practicable for .tlnimigrants by the perseverance and faith of DUNCEX sJPentT mm ie 2v? being priri ilk "Sirs. A. S. Ddhiway Joyed in public work enient to furnish a fusT, to succeed the The publishers are I of furnisJihil excellent story, and, ooflzftaa; that the proper way to secure one of wiris tp. Urijipjoouijuorsjito compe...

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. — 11 November 1880

THE XEW XOBTHWEST, THURSDAY, OYEjNIBER 11, 1880. P TOBapsrDtOBKaOK.TliUItSDAY, NOjEMUKR 11, 18S0 LOCAL EPITOM.'i. , -Mil - t Hita. J. 31. MUelie.il has gout to Washington Pwonr AwtiL Rt No. 143 First RtittJl&is ''the" hattur of I. ' W mk GL J. Rom is Vru&MaiiUat UiaEnst Portland "Pile Pfirtlanl HauGock0njb has resolved itself xnaHypial organization WlMF. H. WoodwsaHlias bm reflected City AW of East Portidhd. SfflfMtL Mi the 3mrd-stre t Sut House, does OWPfcritrCiaae dreNr making. Mir. Mins Por. uS0n.ljHS fe&tolUucd the Pioneer YoffHpul at tl .CfOtkof E ftrttet. Tit iuuul F-jao: CwVperat'Oii of the Christian -church nov igpoisiou In tliit-ity. BIJBt K, ninear!"! eon frlimuid Mr?. F. K. Arnold, rilaiMrf Monday ofsyarlet fever. Tile UniUmimuiHlHy Sehool'!3Bffir will he held io-aiotrasgwpjiing and Sutuninaflernoon. faster fSfaQe Dimlvay Is suSU'rins. a severe sprain of film rht arm, oecuon4 byniull. Every attendant at New MaiEat Theater to- t - x. -Zmi i i t JiPWP . i ngjeiv...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 11 November 1880

.6. THE 2sTEW XOllTHWEST, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1S80. WATCHING THE DAWN. W8 The shadows fill the vale below, The mountain tops arc all aglow, The dew Is clinging to the thorn, The lark salutes the rosy morn; With .fragrance all the air made sweet Uawn with porfect charms renlote! lie clouds In poarly vapors lie, rVslumb'rliiK silence tills the sky; vStlll wider grows tlie harbor bar, 'BtIll dimmer grows the morning star. Tfow like the mazy fancies of a dream Tills ioft bewilderment of simile and sheen. Frunk 11. Stauffer, in GoUlen Ihtff. HOW I BECAME THE FASHION. I was born a beauty ; from the time I could talk and understand, it was instilled into me as a fact. "When I could toddle about, some injudicious per son, probably a nurse, gave me the name of Beauty," and it stuck to me ever after. I don't hink I was inordinately proud of my distinction, although, even in childhood it makes a difference, but it seems to me as I look back that my attrac tions were made use of by my brother...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 11 November 1880

THE NEW NORTHWEST, THUUSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1880. ' Sim MlfCELUASKOTJS A1VERTIMEMBNTS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVEItTlffEMKKTB. " ThE MIRTHFUL MUSE. JO ITS H. MITCHELL. RALPH St. DEMET. MITCHELL A DEMENT, V Attorney s-at-Law. ' "! OKKIfK Corner Flrt nr,d Morrison sitreetH, in rooms'for inurly oeuupied by BuehteiS Pieluie tiullery- 1 '' TIT FOtt T AT . F2kBISOK3fiaa, MAYER & CO., D. W. PRENTICE & C JKsmalI,,hlfc wife to ttiLl, fclFh arii full of crtttte. Pi to tier: "Yon UroM ino nuiA!". iilip: "You dress too little !'tflHf Front and First streets, between Ash and A, The Leading tYiusic Dealers NOHTH OF SAN FUANCISCO. 3NG DEFERRED HAPPY ByjjNT. Importers and Wholesale Dealers. J. N. DOLI'ir. K. C. ltltONAUOH. JOSEPH SIMON. C. A. ROLl'lI. ' ' If Itnrtlntt suits . ' f The Lady Coutts, DOLPH, BRONAUCH, DOLPH & SIMON, . Attorneys-a'-Law, ' ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, TOUTLAND, OHEGON.- 3-40 tf ui AMI Coutts suits Hartlett, what's dhtfrpuson They do not wed ? .. It will ho said FALL SEXSON. the...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 11 November 1880

s- THE ATBW yOKTHWEST, THTJBSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1880. GENERAL NEWS. Moody and Sankey have arrived in San Francisco. MIHOEU AWEOUS Wry. RT1SBMKNITP. !' : f Is I 1 1 Garfield's plurality in Indiana is 6540, and in Several cases of small-pox are' reported in Vir ginla City. The Republicans have secured one Congressman in Kentucky. A tornado at TJtica, New York, on the 7th, did Passenger rates on railroads running out of Chi cago have been cut verv low. It is said that Mrs. Kate Chase Sprague has brought suit for divorce airainst her husband.' President TTnvns Rfivs ihoro is nn frntl in fli rumor that an attempt was made to assassinate E. J. Dawson Jinrl "R. A fMnrlr. nncf. nfllxn nm- ployes at Denver, have been arrested for stealing Government funds. An insane man at New York shot a Sister of narity four times, alleging that she had be witched him. She was llnally rescued. Row J. Hyatt Suiith, Congressman from the third .Brooklyn district, is an independent Repub licau, as is General Ma...

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 November 1880

CiXLLf l L a Tkkk Spkfxjh, Kkkb Pkess, Fkee Pboi-i.k. VOLUME X. NO. 10. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1880. PER YEAR S3 00. ii.ii .., . , n - i ' " "t ' "' -- " .1. . i i. . i ... I,, , i. , ,, 1 1 EASTERN OREGON. MR. PUNIWAY'S DBSCRIlTION OP HBR Tit II FItOM MI'UST KANCHK TO CANYON CITY. PHUblxs ch woman supWcaok fou am. aino thk l.TNH A "CTIARIviKt" I'AKTY OITTWITTKO. Canyon City, November S, 1S80. DiUJt Headkrs of thk Nkw Nokthwtkt: After mailing the editorial letter of last week from the Saltznmn House, in the John Dny Val ley, we retired early to rest. After a dreamless sleep, we were ready to mount the Thursday morning buck-board, bound for the village of Mitchell, seventeen Cayusc miles away. Our route lay over and through alternate hills and valleys, creek beds and mountain gorges, and we experienced half a dozen varieties of climate in as many half miles, and saw more sidelong ridges than we would ever care to count. The valleys are low and level, and are capable...

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 November 1880

THE 2TEW NORTHWEST, THUBSDAyT, NOVEMBER IS, 18S0. AWAKE. "A Illy, awake and aware.-.lxAif Inghuiw. The world is full of foolish drainers, . Ami I unknowing wlletl Uie number: My dreams were full of light ami liuisle; I had no wish to wake from slumber. i dwelt in gardens hung with Ucanty, I fonml a friend, the b-f mid truest; See always wore a smile to j?reet me, hi eyas the merriest and bluest. Days glided by and brought a lover, Who wooed me with the tend'rest jtfaneas, Until my heart compelled me fairly To yiald at last to Love's advances. The sweetest Summer shone around me, As, hand in hand with frieml and lever, I Milled the trackless sea of fancy, Xew realm.-; of pleasure to discover. I woke one morn, and friend and lover JIad sailed Hwy from me together, And taken nil my dreams and .Suwmer And left me storm and Wintry weather. It seems aa yet that dreams are cruel. An, me : I am no yottiiK to waken And find en earth no troth in left ine ; tWs: "I loved, and am forsaken." Wle...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
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