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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 18 November 1880

3 THE MIRTHFUL MUSE. - - MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. TRAVEL. THE fEW XOB.TETVVEST, THURSDAY, XOYEMBER IS, 1SS0. A PURITA.X HYMX. ly sowl Is lwt rusty rock ; Irl, oil it with thy grace ; AimI mb it, rub It. nib It, Lord, Until I see Utyifnee. AXOIMEBR VJfittSB 11Y TILDEX. The higher the mooa climbs above, The ) Hirer and brighter It beam ; The older ye grow, my dear love, The sweeter and fairer you eeeirt. TIB KVEX SO. Jflall many a gem of - The anotleas shirt TW1 many a simple, jveueves i-oem pn 1. Of Knorati T riotiK ray serene hotel clerk do bear ! it sardine tones of value rare ! A STORY ItRIEKLY TOM They met, they smiled! they wept, they loved ; . ;ie called her Jane. Jhe called him Tnoma A richer man came down the lane, And Tom brought suit for breach of promise. A fcOEXE. X beautiful girl in Moline, "Whose hair was a silvery sheen, Itought an awful red bang On her forehead to hang, Producing a cartons scene. JUST A NATURAL CURL. Xo, she does not live on dew. And her brows no...

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 November 1880

THE msW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1SS0. pit fjjitw fatttmtgt. A Journal for the Peojtlc. ImleitenKent in Initios ainl Religion. Alive to ail IAve Imue, unit Tlntroughly Radical in 0r T"ing ami Rxxvd)tg the Wrong of the MaMts. SVttSCRIlTlOX RATES (IX ADVAXCE): One Year, by Matt KtxMoHthi, Tree Month, " rnr Month to CU Putrotu uleiiveral) . .500 . 1 no . 1 00 . 25 Advertisements will be Intertnl at Reaeotudde Price. All Correspondent itdemieil for )mUiaitiOH thoultl Ite ml Creased to the Editor, anil nil ltwdnex letter to the nvxrwAY purltshixo compaxy, Xo. fi Wathington Mtreet, lrtlantl, Oregon. !POIKEIiNJ), OttEOON, THL'ltSPAY, NOVKMBRU IS, 1SS0 AX UNSUCCESSFUL "MISSIONARY." DEATH OF LUCRETTA MOTT. Death has claimed another of the band of noble women who pioneered the way in correcting the public sentiment that justified human slavery in America another woman who battled for the free dom and the elevation of the blacks aud the po litical, civil, religious and personal libert...

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. — 18 November 1880

THE NEW HOMHWEST, THUESDAY, tfOYEMBttll 18, 3S80. 5' PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1880 PUBLISHERS' ANNOUNCEMENT. During the coming year, Mrs. A. S. Duniway will be so constantly employed in public work that she will ilnd it inconvenient to furnish a serial for the New Northwest, to succeed the one now being printed. The publishers are desirous of furnishing an excellent story, and, realizing that the proper way to secure one of merit is to bring contributors into competition, hereby oil'or a prize of $75 00 for the best original serial that shall reach this oflice by the loth of February, 1SS1. To the second best we will award S25 00. We will be the judges or the merits of the stories, and do not desire names of authors until ftfter wo publish the titles of our selections. "We reserve the right to reject any or all oilers. Tbe stories must consist of about twenty-six chapters, of net leas than three columns to the chapter. "We would prefer them to point a moral in the di...

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. — 18 November 1880

6. THE STEW SOUTHWEST, . THURSDAY, NOYEMBEll IS, 1SS0. IX A IIOX. BY JAMBS A'. 11ILI5Y. I iv them last night in a box nt the ntty, Old age HndVoung youth slilo by slilo; .You might kmjjv by tho gln.ss.es that pointed that vwy That they were a groom ami a bride; Ami you mlghulmve known, too, by the face of the groom, Ami the tilt of his heiul mill the grim IJUle smile of Ills Hp, he whs proud to presume Tlmt we men "Were all envying him. "Vell, she whs superlt an Elaine In the face, A Godlva In fitrure mid mien, AVUh the arm and the wrbt of a Parian "Greoe" And the high-lifted brow of a queen ; But I thought, in the splendor of wealth and of pride, And in all her youine beauty might prise, I Should hardly be clad if site t by my side With that fAr-away look in ber eye. THE CRACK SHOT. aWiIEU THOM THK RUSSIAN OF I'OUCJIKIXK. ! 4. J CHAlT&Kl. IN COrNTHY QTAaXEKS. fThc mir of Piodorskow, in the government of guwalki, is a dull hole. We lay there. A monot onous life of it we led abou...

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. — 18 November 1880

7 believe I felt my hair standing erect on my 1 " 'Precisely,' he added, 'and it is my turn tc head. to fire. I have come to discharge my debt. Are you ready ?' "I could see a pistol peeping from his side pocket. I stepped twelve paces, and I stood there, in thut corner, praying him to make haste ami lire before my wife came hack, lie was in no hurry, he said, and he asked for lights. They brought in some wax candles. I shut the door, -ordered the servants to let nobody enter, and again T called on him to fire". He raised Ins pistol and took aim at me. I counted the seconds. I thought of her. This lasted one awful minute. Silvio lowered his weapon. " 'I am very much annoyed,' he said, 'that my pistol is not charged with cherry-stones. A bul let is hard. But have another idea. This busi ness is more like a murder than a duel. I am not accustomed to pull trigger on an unarmed man. Let us begin it all over again, and dniw lots for the first lire.' "My head turned. At firt, I imagine, T...

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. — 18 November 1880

TTTtt STEW IITHWISST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1880. f GENERAL NEWS. NEW THIS WEEK. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISKM KNTS. The latest ship canal proposed is one from Chi cago to the Mississippi river. Judge E. B. Taylor has been elected to represent Garfield's district in Congress. Libby Prison was sold at auction on the 11th for $0725. It is now a. tobacco factory. Newport, a town in Arkansas, was nearly de stroyed by tire on the 15th inst Loss, $200,000. Sitting Bull swears he will fight the United States troops forever, and die rather than sur render. 'Two savings banks at Hackensaek, X. J., have suspended. J. J. Berrv, cashier of one of them, jU embezzled $120,000. The war between railroads centering at Chicago is ended, and rates for passage and freight have been raised to the old figures. Horace Merrill, a wealthy merchant of Oakland, Cal., was found dead of apoplexy in his room at a Philadelphia hotel on Monday. General Sherman has made his annual report to the Seerc-tarv of War. He sa...

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 November 1880

u Kkke Si'Eixir, Fiikk Pittas, Fkek People. VOLUME X. NO. 11. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 18S0. PER YEAR $3 00. i 1 il EASTERN OREGON. XltS; 1UJTIVAY DBSCKI11KS HBIt VISIT TO CANTON AJI PKAIItIR CITIBS AND TIIK KIDK TO J1AKKK SCKNKS AND INCIDKNTS. 5HE. JinaS MAXY TRIKNIKS OP WOMAN HLTPHAnB TIIK GRANT COUNTY SOCIErY A VJ.VB TO BS IMUtKU AT I'RUKIK CITY. Bakuk City, November 15, 1SS0. Djlvn Kkadkks op ran N'kw Nokthwrst: The more we see of Cnnyon City the more we are amazed at the pioneer thrift and industry that has hewed 'out the necessary accompaniments of our higher civilization and planted the standard of domestic life in the very heart of the rugged gold fields. The town is long and narrow, re minding us of a barn we once read of, which was claimed to be six hundred feet long and only six foet wide. The business of the place occupies the one continuous street, both sides of which are closely lined with stores, saloons, hotels, markets and residences. A number of sho...

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 November 1880

2 THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY", NOVEMBER 25, 1SS0. THE SUNRISE HAS JfEVEIl FAILED. Upon, the sadness of the sea The sunset broods regretfully ; From the far, lonely spaces, slow "Withdraws the wistful afterglow. So out of life the splendor dies ; So darken all the happy skies; So gathers twilight, cold and stern ; Hut overhead the planets burn. And up the east another day Shall chase the bitter dark away. "What though our eyes with tears be wet: The sunrise never failed us yot. The blush of dawn may yot restore Our light and hope and joy once moro. Sad soul, take comfort, nor forgot TJint sunrise never failed us yet. WILLOW GRANGE. A' Story of Life in Eastkrn Ohhgon. BY BELLE W. COOKE. ATJTHOH OF "TEAKS AND VICTORY." IKUared. In the Office of Librarian of Congress at Washing ton, D. C., in the year 1SS0- CHAPTER XI. Anice Mertou often came to see Bertha after adiool closed at night, and sat till late with her at Iier father's bedside. They talked over the inci dents that had transpi...

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. — 25 November 1880

THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, NOYEitfBER 25, 1S80. 3. ON THE SIDEWALK. lloro the publican walks with the sinner proutl Anil priest In his gloomy cowl. And Dives walks In the motley crowd "With Lazarus, cheek by jowl, And the daughter of toll, with her fresh young heart, As pure as her spotless fame, Kaeps step with the woman who makos her mart In the haunts of sin and shame. LETTER FROM NEW YORK. jAXRIUCA'S METROPOLIS TO II IS THE COMMERCIAL CRNTRR OF TUB WOULD. lKjmin.AX OOKKHrtlO.V1E.-CK OK THK XBT XOKT1IWH6T. New Yohic, November 0, 1SS0. The belt of earth within which the great grain harvests are gathered in the months of July, August and September, is so completely encircled with electric wires that we are able to receive the general statistics of the crops in a single day. The stupendous figures given below not only promise abundant food for the mouth, but afford "food for reflection," as they foreshadow the international balances for all the world for the present year. The crop...

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. — 25 November 1880

THE SEW yOUTHWEST, THUESDAST, XOYEMBEll 25, 1880. A Journal for the People. IndejKndent in Politics and Religion. Alive to all Lice Issues, ami Thoroughly Jladlctil in Op foslng ami Ezjxalng the Wrongs of the Masses. SUBSCRIPTION IIATES (IX ADVAXCIii: One Year, by Mall . . Sic Months, " ................ ... Three Month, " Per Month to City Patrons (delivered J ,.ss 00 . 1 so . I 00 . 35 Advertisements toill be Inserted at Ilmixonable Prlees. AU Gorretjmidenec intemled for jntlAkatton should bend dbratetl to tlie Editor, and -ill business letters to the DUXIWAY PVHUSUIXG COMPANY, Xo. ft WitshlnvtoH street, Jbrtiand, Oregon. rOItTrVNI)rOKKGOK,TJU'ItRl)AV, NOVUM HKK, 1S THANKSGIVING DAY. To-day is Thanksgiving. We hope the women of Oregon will earnestly observe it. For years its celebration by them has seemed a mockery ; they were enslaved by all sorts of despotie legislation. Now its observance is a reality; they are un shackled of many of their legal chains, and the prospects are fai...

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. — 25 November 1880

THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1880. 5 POUTIAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBERS., 1SS0 PUBLISHERS' ANNOUNCEMENT. During the coming year, Mrs. A. S. Duniway will be so constantly employed in public work that she will find it inconvenient to furnish a serial for the New Northwest, to succeed the one now being printed. The publishers arc desirous of furnishing an excellent story, and, realizing that the proper way to secure one of merit is to bring contributors into competition, hereby oiler a prize of $7o 00 for the best original serinl that shall reach this oilice by the loth of February, 1SS1. To the second beat we will award $25 00. We will be the judges of the merits of the stories, and do not desire names of authors until fter we publish the titles of our selections. "We reserve the right to reject any or all oilers. The stories must consist of about twenty-six chapters, of not less than three columns to the chapter. We would prefer them to point a moral in the direc tion...

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. — 25 November 1880

-6 THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 25, 1S80. THE BELLS OF LYNX. When the eve Is growing gray, nnd the tlilo Is rolling In, I sit nnh look across the bay to tho bonny town of Lynn ; ( jYnd the fishor folks arc near, ! But I wish they novor hoar Tho songs the tar bolls make for mo, the bonny bolls of Lynn. Tho folks are chatting gay and I hoar tholr merry din, But I look and look across tho bay to the lonny town of Lynn ; . lie told mo to wait here Upon the old brown pier To wait and watch him coming when the tide Is rolling In. Qh, I see him pulling strong, pulling o'er th bay to me. And I hear his jovial song, and his merry fce I see; Ami now he's at the pier, My bonny love Rinl4li3r! And' he's coming up the soa-wshed steps with hands 1 outstretched to me. Oh, my love, your cheek is cold, ami your hands are stark and thin ! Oh, hear yon not the bells of old, the bonny bells of Lynn ? Oh, have you naught to say . Upon oar wedding day? 0 my love, speak to me I and Hold me faet,...

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. — 25 November 1880

THE tfEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, STOYEMBER 25, 1880. " THE MIRTHFUL lyiUSE. THE ALTERNATIVE. A dashing young man of Bollalre Ioved a maiden exceedingly fair; One night her proud sire Failed to build them a fire. So they both climbed into the arm-chair. A SCOTCH EPITAFH. 3Iore lies the body of Alexander Macrhorson, "Who was a very extraordinary person; IHe was two yards high in his stocking feet, .And kept his accoutrements clean and neat ; He was slew At Waterloo Plumb through The gullet; it went in at Ids throat And came out at the Imck of his coat. A KA1H EXCHANGE. They hud Just exchanged their rings, And sat on the sofu together. Discussing the subject of wenthor And several other things. It ws midnight ere he rose; And a little piece of court plustor, From her cheek of fair alabaster, "Whs stuck on the end of his nose. Jnrllngten Jlawkeye. BEAUTIFUL SKIRT. O skirt! beautiful skirt! , , Jerked thro' the dust and dragged thro' the dirt! Once you were white As the mantle of snow, As t...

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. — 25 November 1880

I I '8 THE 2?EW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25? 1880. GENERAL NEWS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. misCellaneous ADVERTISEMENTS. Denis Kearney lias gone back to his ilray. The National Grange is in session in Wash ington. ' Salvini, the Italian tragedian, has arrived in Philadelphia. . Durincc October," 61,312 immigrants arrived in the United States. General Miles will probably bo appointed Chief of the Signal Service. The statue of Alexander Hamilton was unveiled in New York on Monday. Moody and Sankey arc holding largely attended meetings in San Francisco. Preparations are being made for the inaugura tion of Prcsident-olect Garfield. A "cold wave" has passed over the Eastern States, and canals and rivers are frozen over. D. O. Mills, of San Francisco, is fitting up a perfect palace at No. 634 Fifth avenue, New York. Mayor Doyle, of Providence, has served the city for sixteen years, and now declines a rcnomi na tion. Governor James D. Williams, of Indiana, died at Indianapolis on ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 2 December 1880

"3 PlCKR Sl'EKCU, FltKE I'KESS, FltEE PeoI-LE. VOLUME X. NO. 12. PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1SS0. PER YEAR S3 00. : ' l 1. I ' EASTERN OREGON. MRS. DUXIWAY'S TRAVELS IIKU VISIT TO IIAKHK CITV AND WIXGVILLK AX INTKK KSTIXG CAUIXKT. A WOMAN SUFFItAOB SOCIKTV ORGANIZKIl AT IIAKHK I'Ull I.IC SKNTIJIBNT STEADILY GHOWINO IN HAVOK , OF EQUALITY OK THE SKXKS. Uxiox, November 22, 1SS0. Dkax Readers of tiik New Xokthwkst: The premature cold weather that has abounded in unprecedented intensity for the past three weeks all over this Borean upper country did not prevent the good people of Baker City from at tending our lectures, nor did it in any way retard their enthusiasm upon the woman question. Here, as at Canyon City, they were ready to or ganize a County "Woman Suffrage Association; and here, as elsewhere, the very best elements of society, social, religious, liberal and literary, were ready to take the lead in the work. As tho Re cording Secretary of the Association has alrea...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 2 December 1880

THE 2sTEV NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1S80. IFor the New Xorthwest. KATE'S ESGAGBMBST.' BY GEO. P. WUBIttRK. See, what a pure and sweet wliltc rose ! lie gave me tills at the tall to-night, A wearied we stopped In the shaded hull, Away from the glare or the great gaslight. He begged I would wear it or hint, yon know! This quiet, thoughtful, sober man. Of course I told -him I would, yon know, 'And I tapped him lightly with my fan. Oh, I couldn't help it! so please don't scold; He's such a manly, lmndsome leau. IVa wrong, sin, and all that, of course; But It's all the same to Kate, you know! He's dreadfully bashfol. Is Mr. Brown, And ueeds a little encouragement, But he's awfully liaiidHium,, mxl rich, they aJ. Ills family? Well, It' Ju grand descent! go I tapped him playfully with my fan. And asked him to place the n-e In my hair. He acquiesced, and In doing so Softly said I waa wondrou fair. And all at once, with a great wild throb, My heart went out to this sober man ; Produce...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 2 December 1880

THE XEV? XOKTHWEST, THUB&DAY, PEQEaiBEB. 2, 1880. 3 liETTBR j PROM iraW YORK. -JOUR COlUiHBFOXljuNT DKCIDRS THAT THE DBS- " "-Wis? -oif nns qouxntY was ix the hands OF OJfB MAN tHB HUDSON TUNNEL ETC. Ihhoular txtatttfcxuotExcE or THE nkw worth west. J IshKv York, November 13, 1SS0. "When you come to realize the condition of things as they have resulted, and especially that ton thousand votes in this State would have changed the succession to the Presidency, it can be seen that the election of General Garfield was Dot achieved by a great majority. Had John Kelly not traded Grace for Garlield, when he was .caught in desperate straits, Grace and Garlield would both have been defeated ; but he made the election. The voice of the people of the city of 3Sew York was against Grace and against John Kelly, and incidentally that would have helped General Garfield, but not to the extent of chang ing :W,')O0 votes in this State to overcome the fiO.OvhJ i ilden majority and add 20,000 to it ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 2 December 1880

THE NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1S80. pit ffttw arthtvtgL A Journal for the People. ' IntleimHlent in Wffte and IleitgUm. Alive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Jladtettl in Oj Htig ami lixjaMng the Wronps of the Mtmet. SUBSCRI1V10X BATHS (IX ADVANCE): Onr Year, by JnfZ...- ajfe JifotOh, " .......-.. a wrap Months, Per Month to City lttrons (delivreilj -S 00 . 1 ) . 1 00 . 25 AdverUtement toUl be Inserted at Bensonable Prieen. All Correspondence tnleiuletl for publication should Itead 4lr)d U the Bditor, and all butine letters to the DUXIWAY PUBLISHING COMPANY, No. 5 WiuMngton utreet, Portland, Oregon- "PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 18S0 "PRESSING XEOESSITY." This is an age of facetiousness there is a craze for wit ami nearly every newspaper is nfiVrtetl, more or less. There are, of course, few clever liumortets; but if the paragraphers do not keep scribbling,, the number will not be augmented by t4ie appearance of new Twain?, Burdettes or Bai Jeys. The Baker City R...

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. — 2 December 1880

THE XEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 18S0. 5 t i try v rOItTLAND, OHECOX, THUIt-SDAY, DECEMUKIt 2, 1SS0 LOCAL EPITOME. Mr. Bon. L. Norden has recovered from his re cent illnoss. Miss Moore of Salem is assistant postmaster at Oregon City. During November, 2S marriage licenses were issued in Multnomah count v. Thanksgiving Day was generally observed at the different churches of the city. Mrs. Burns, No. IS Washington street, keeps a jient fruit, confectionery and cigar stand. "Woods, the hatter, No. 143 First street, has the finest asrtnient of gentlemen's hats in the city. Owing to the superior finish and excellence of work, Abell stands preeminent as a photographer. Give him a call. The ladies of Taylor-street Methodist Church will hold a fair, commencing December 7th and continuing several days. Michael Enright, proprietor of a North Portland saloon, dropped dead of apoplexy on Sunday night, and was buried on Monday. "Woods, under the Odd Fellows' Temple, has an unrivaled stock...

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. — 2 December 1880

6 THE IsTEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1880. MFE'S "WAY. nr siAnoK mokms. "GooU-bye, sweetlienrt," lie fwld, and clftnl lier JwimI, AihI mined his kisses on her tear-wei fee; Then broke away, ami in a, foreign land, For her dear sHke, bought gold, Hint he might place Love's Jeweled crown upon his queen's fair brow, And pour his hard-won treasures at her feet, And swore, thnn Heaven, than life Ifcelf, lite vow To her he held inoiw sacred and more sweet. Bho waited as tlio woman only may Whose eyes aro blinded oft witii lmshwl tears; Lines on her forehead grew, and threads of gray; The weary days crept Into weary years. "0 stars, go down ! 0 sun, be shrouded now ! Mv love comes not; he does not live," she said, And brushed the curls he'd kissed back from her brow, And put on mourning for her tieati. And still, as oft the day came round that he Had left his warm good-bye upon her Hps, As oft she sought the head-land by the sea, And longing watched the far-off white-sailed ships. ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
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