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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 27 September 1872

FRIDAY SEPTEilBEIt 277lS7i HOMEJJEWS. Baker City wants to be incorporated. The Mercury establishment at Salem has started a daily paper. Two weddings took plHCC in Hill&boro last week, and two more are on the tapis. The flux is said to be making sad havoc among the children of Douglas county. Read the advertisement of the Grover fc Baker Sewing Machine, ' T, KhamVhan, agent. The merchant throughout Yamhill county are complaining of dull times and a scarcity of coin. J. 11. Flsk, 28 jjtari; street, is pre pared to do all kinds of assaying, and correctness is guaranteed. The citizens of Lafayette are agitating the subject of .opening an air-line road from that place to St. Joseph. A Washington county letter says the late rain have moistened the ground sufficiently to allow fallow plowing. Since the rains In Eastern Oregon week Ix-fore last, the weather, is reported as exceedingly warm for the season of the year. The Portland Free Discussion Club have their weekly meetings every Su...

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. — 27 September 1872

PttroAY...SKraBSIBEK 27, 1S72. The ODI Couple. They wot In the-win together. Till Hie da v was olmot done. And thelL,t its clone, an angel Stepped over the threshold Ktotie. Hp toMed their hands together. He touched their eyelids with balm. And llielr last breath floated upward Like the close of a solemn palm. Like a bridal pair they Inverted The unseen, mytkl road. That leads to the Beautiful City WIiop Builder and Maker U Ood. Perhaps, in that miraele country, They will give her lout youth bacK, And the flowers of a vanished Spring time Shall bloom in the spirits' track. One draught of the living water shall restore Ids manhood' prime. And eternal yearliall measure The love that outlive I line. Pat the shapes lliejr Ml behind them - The wrinkles ami tUver hair Made sacred tons by the Iciases The angel Imprtutaa there Welt likle away Id the meadow. Whan the ran Is low In the west, Where the moonbeams cannot find ttu-m. Nor the winds dutlurb their rest. But"well let no tell-tale tom...

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 October 1872

an MILS. A. J. DUMWAT. Editor and Proprietor A Journal for the FeorjJSy xlZ levoteU(to the Interests of .Hiuaii.T, Independent in Folitici jtndhjjon. llivc to all Live Lut.nmlThwoughly Radical in OppoMng and ExRoijijttlve Vjpnaa OFKICE-C6r. Front nnd Stark .Street. .' ti t If .1' if TRIMS, 1ST ADVANCE J t ol the Jiasses. , : ;., : On yoir. . fx Ofti . : Jec - ' CtorresTOnden'ts3rrillrig ovenaAsnmedslgna- mjc.HioiuiiK. ,,, l To im' tuontliK l 00 Frm SrJtECir, Fnnn Pnrss, Fkez People. titrcs must' make known, :thflr '.names Jo the ADVBItTISBJIEXTS Inserted on Reasonable Tens. TOLUME II- 3?OXtTIxAJ05, OBEGOJ, FRIDAY, OCXOBEB li!, 187. Editor, or no attention will be.gjn to.Jtwlr IV TIMBER. "3. communications. ' '. "' "?tls - 1 : . ,, r- rr r 1 I i The Mj-tlc Teraile. Var itovm In the shadow? vnlloy, Whet the nptriu and phantom-shade loom, Rtarmt weired, Smtastleal tempi, In the uystleal midnight and gloom. It seVtd forth purple-like lustre, Poured out! mm itx porpoyry halls Ahmad tkrmn...

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 October 1872

I I .OCTOBER IS, 1872. FRIDAY.. BEPUBLIOAK BALLT. ti.o Women's Campaign fleeting, held in the Opera House on the evening of tlio MUi, was the largest, most intel ligent and enthusiastic political meet ing ever hold in Salem. At an early hour the vast crowd began to throng the sidewalks, and by half past seven every seat in the building above and be low was densely crowded and every chair from the adjoining offices brought in and appropriated. Owing to the short notice given, the campaign songs anticipated by the public were necessa rily omitted, and in lieu of these, the first speaker, by special request, re peated an original poem upon "Our Fallen Heroes." We have never met a more intelli gent, attentive and appreciative au dience, and as wc gazed into the earnest faces of the many women present and noted the deep interest with which they hearkened to our feeble words, wc knew that they found answering echoes in their hearts, and we were satisfied. The gentlemen God bless them! wer...

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 October 1872

Fit ID AY OCTOBER 18, 1872. HOMENEWS. There is not a vacant house in Lafay Jackson will hold its county fair next week. "i'1 '"' 15 - ThoRosolmrg brass band has received us instruments. A Directory of the State is to appear wituin a row months. In Marion county a gentleman has a plum tree in full bloom. TheYtainhill farmers only,getC2l cents a uushol for their wheat. Amfsuararcnflth o'f wheal ftaVbecn sown throughout Oregon. The Lafayette Courier favors the pas sage or Simpson's Lck UIH. Catherine Sliertz, a lady preacher, de livered a discourse at Jacksonville on Sunday, October Oth. Eldor W. D. Owen, of Salem, has been called to the charge of the Christian congregatiou of Jacksonville. Archbishop Blanchet will administer me sacrament or conllrmatiou to Jack sonville on Sunday, October 20th. Salom boasts of beautiful ladies and handsome men. It is onlva boast. how over, as far' sis' the lattor are concerned. TlTe nMcimonfaTmarket at Rdsoburg is reported lively. Eleven man-laces in ...

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 October 1872

'OCTOBEK IS, 1S72. fFrnm tor Balance. KItrnteen "" Thirty. BV EDNA C. SMITH. KIOIITEES. . rfrl with ofjjold-brown hair Knimwl 'leh eurl iwopj. bcre " there, aiSivoo baml of softest hue. Copied fnununert loveliest blue. A rosy cheek, a merry eye in which no clouds of sorrow He; mouth-too foil, perhaps yet sweet. A Muall white hand and dancing Jeet. A little car no rings depending A little nose, Just upward tending; A little figure, light and trim. Clothed wKh woman1 latest whim. A loving heart, a winning grace, A pleasing as the pretty face; A smile, alike for young nnd old; Not over-shy, nor over-bold. But diamond bright and pure as erl A loving, happy, pretty girl! THinnr. A woman: lialr, the brightness fled, Jg braided round the shapely head; A little Hower, a leaf or two, Lie where used the snood of blue. A paler cheek, a sadder eye In which too many shadows lie. That tell that care, perhaps that pain, Have visit lakl to heart and brain. Iho mouth the merriness has flown. Hut tho...

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 October 1872

t4 ?1 MILS. jlO.' ur.MWAT; "Editor and Proprietor . .A-Tounialfor thoreoplo. r .-Deyoteil to the Interests orHnmanlty, Independent In PoltUcs and Itollgion.' llve to alt IJve Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing andBxposlhg tho Wrongs ot thollasses. '. '; 1 ( OFFIcniror.'rront 'initl Stnrlc Street. Iff.. t u t TKIUIS. IX ADVANqE: One year.... .... , $J CO luree months. , r . 1 00 Kkee Srnrcn, Fiiee Pnrss, Free People. Correspondents writing over af!umeil signa tures must make known their names' to the Edltor.or no attention will ihe'tYcn: to their communications. ADVEirriSEMKNTSInscrtedon Treasonable VOLTUIE II. PORTLAND , OKEGON, FKIDY, OCTOBER S3, lissrjS. r T7 f 1 . gOHOBA HEWITT. BY 3IKS. SUA IK VITIinHKLr ( Entered, neonllng'to the Act of ConcresOn the year IK, tar Mrs. SosteAVllherell, in the Of- of the Librarian ofCongTess at Washington CHAPTER XXVI. THE PLOT ACCOMPLISHED. Claude Montrose, immediately upon arriving .at New lork, directed his steps to a small boat, plyin...

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 October 1872

Sfhe Sen? tortteesi &o'y ir. FRIDAY- OCTOBER l5is7 "WOMEN HAVE MOEE EIGHTS THAH MEK." On the rooming of the Sth inst., as the editor of this paper was wending her way to the Capital on important-. Legislative business, she entered the railroad office in Portland and tendered currency at current 'rates in payment for a ticket. "Can't'take currency at any price," said the agent. - "Then you must wait far the change till I come back from Salem. Haven't time now to go up town for coin." "With this we pocketed the ticket and left the ofllce. The agent followed, and seizing us roughly by the arm, as though he were an officer arresting a thief, yelled, "Give we bach Uiat Held!" Had we believed in the physical argu ment, we should have felled the fellow to the earth we could have done it eas ily, for the vile outrage nerved us with superhuman strength for the moment hut as we have no ambition for the glory .of street lights -ft fcn- 'k .,.., argument (literally considered), we sorrowed ...

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 October 1872

OCTOBER 23, 1S72; HOMENEWS. AfeuoS&TuiTgfjl yire-appeari tfg lh rough t at ... .T 1 J j .. . .1 ' Saidrn'makdsahHoSt ilrflly sliipmenU of cheese to Portland. The public schools of Marion county are well attended this season. Salem is laying in its winter supply of olatoes, at fifty cents per bushel. The City Government for Roseburg, under the- Jiaw chartej, took effect last Saturday. - - -RlauT&uj aTlferaseilientfoflsWrHIil ler, Last Chance, Multnomah Co., Oregon, in 'this issue. The "Woodwsre Company of Oregon City was awarded two gold medals at the recent State Fair. The advertisement of the Dollar Store appears this week. Those wanting goods cheap should give them a call. Attention is called to the advertise ment of B. Hamburger, comer of Yam hill and First sis., dealer in dry goods. Mr. Cassy, who resides in the vicinity of Ashland, has raised two squashes, weighing respectively 182 and 140 pounds.' 'iit . i. nw' eEprliandJFrefc?n)isT:usaiolC Club have th$r,w.8ekly .meet...

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 October 1872

Will Ton ITe Jle Wnea I'm 4ldr VV MRS. ELKA F- AjmlOSY. Will vou ion? me as well, husband, Forty years from to-day T I'll be wrinkled and gray. When 3 n3 eyes you praise fco now, husband, Thny are so clear io-iilght-Will bedim and sightless then, husband, O say, will your lovo burn bright? Whey my form, now so straight, husband, Will bo stooped with weight of yean, And my life will be passing away, husband. Midst mingled joys and tears. When I am no longer so mirthful And my gay spirits depart, O, will you love me as well, husband. And fold ine as clpse to your heart When I can no moro see, husband, To nestle close by your side. Will you think as much of rue then, husband, ja " hakruJi j uu ituuiDGauriUCT When I nm bontand haggard, husband, Will your love for me grow cold ? Will your cherish mo then, husband, And love me when I nm old ? The Wife's lesson. "What! cryincr arratn. Fanny?" ex claimed Mr. Thomas Merrit, as, opening the door of li!s wife's drcssing-rorm, lie discovered th...

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. — 1 November 1872

JUS. A. J. DUMW'AT, Hllor and rroprlttor .. s, liff .':rr-m ,i) ori'ICE Cor. Front and Stark Street; TERMS, IX ADVANCE: Three montlta... ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable For Ue New Northwest. Goodnight. Goodnight, sweet friend, goodnight; Ourmp liave run together all this day, Till every thought of parting fled away, Leaving my spirit strangely, sweetly light. Bat, oh! that word, though long deterred. Must come at last to break the blissful spell. Whose all of nurture tongue eon never tell Thine eyes' sweet lnngtme need no helping word. When once the true heart And Its mate. And tastes that dearest, of all dear ileHi-liLs. The knowledge that another soul can bealo And sound the depth it loves to penetrate Ah, then it And a mennlng new, A deeper aadneag in the sad goodnight, A colder shrinking from the tadlng light, Of even aday, like this one, spent with you; Ztstl. S0K0EAHEWITT. I1T SIRS. KUHIE WmiEnELI. Entered, according to the Aet of Congress, in me year IKS, by Mrs..SusIe ...

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. — 1 November 1872

IMPOETAliT. ladies of Portland, ladies of Oregon, ! Jadies everywhere, remember that before the New Northwest again shall greet you, the election day will havo gone by. Now, we ask you to go to the polls and vote. 'We'll agree to stand as hostage for your brethren, for wo know they will treat you well. They need strength ening in their spinal columns, these brethren, and to get them used to inev itable progression, Ave must accustom them to it. So we repeat, Go and vote! Vote With and for your country's friends, and you will not regret it. THEY TREMBLE. A very laughable feature of the "new political dispensation" is the avidity with which many Republican politi cians seek to dodge the one vital Issue of the present campaign. "While they all know that the Republican party has approved and Is now substantiating the doctrine of "equal rights before the law," they profess to fear that they will lose votes by saying so; therefore, just na they hesitated about becoming the negro's champio...

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. — 1 November 1872

FRIDAY NOVEBMER 1, 1S72. HOHEHEWS. "VVLieat is selling in Salem at C5 cents perbuSliol Thereare fifty hands employed oirthe Fantlam ditch. CoiwUlorable fall wheat is being sown in Lhm county. The East Portland Bra ceased publi cation last Friday. The-olorks of the Senate arc still at work upon the journals of that body There are 0,000 bushels of grain in thecyeral warehouses at Independence. Froight on wheat from Eugene to Portland is twenty-one cents per oushel. The Circuit Court of Union county will convene next Monday, the 4th inst. A noticeable revival of the real estato trade is reported in the Salem market. There are about sixty-five deaf mutes In this State, five of whom are Indians, Father Waller is engaged in raising money to finish the Methodist Church in Salom. Horace Dibble, of Molalla Prairie, raised on one volunteer stalk of black Norway oats 600 grains. A Jackson county farmer has raised 10,000 pounds of onions on one-half acre of ground the present year. Levi Iceland...

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. — 1 November 1872

"FRIDAY .... NOVEMBER 1, is-i Tired Jloilicr. A litUo elbow lran hih your knee, Vonr tired knee, that has much to boar; A child's dear eyes are looking lovlnelj FromundeSeath thatch orttngle3hair. Parharw you lo not heed Ilie velvet touch Ofrarm.raoirt fingers, folding your ko tight; You do not prize this blessing over-much, You almost are too tired to pray to-night. JUitM Is blessedness! A year ago I dW not see It as I do to-day. We arc- so dull and thankless; and too Mow To eaten tire aunsbtne tilt It Mips away. And now It seems snrBing strange to me, 1 hat white I wore the badge of motherhood, I did iKt kiss wore oft, and tenderly. The tittle child that brought me only good. And If some night when you alt down lo rest. You rate this elbow from oft" vnnrito.i i-... This restlese.curllng head from off your breast. This lisping tongue tliat chatter mmtnnti.- If from your own the dimpled hand had slfp- And ne'er would nestle in yiftr palm again ; If lite white feet into their tiu- i....

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 November 1872

JPje jjej fsii l)wi$t MRS. A. J. IiaMWAT, iMltor nnd l'roprltlor omCE-Cor. Front ami Stnrk Streets. A Journal for tho People. Ucvotcd to tho Interests or Humanity. Independent In Politics and JRqliglon. alive to all IJvo Issues, andhoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposing the. prongs TBRMS, IK ADVANCE: ot the Masses. i j Onylr. SSM 173 -100 Six iiiArtfltfl -m Three montli Free Sr-EECir, Fkee Press, Fcee People. Correspondents wrltlne overnssmried'slgnn- tures must make known their names .to the Editor, or no attention will be given to their ABVBBTISEMBXTS Inserted on Reasonable 2?OTTX,;JNX, OREGON, FRIDAY, jVOTTE2HI3ER X&TiZ. NTDEBER SO. communications. S0N0EAHEWITT. by sine, sbsie wrnir.nELL. Knteretl, according to the Aet of Congrew, In theyirSS,lr Mw.SusleTVithorell.Jnthe Of fice ortbe librarian of Congress at Washington - rirAiTKn xxviii. TUB PLOT KKTKALKD AX THE TOnSl'IT COM- ItKNCKD. God ill His merciful kindness has so constituted us tual our minds can be healed in a me...

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. — 8 November 1872

FRIDAY. NOVEBMER S, 1S72. YICTOETi Another great National political struggle has passed into history! leaving in its wake hopes deferred and ambi tions blasted, and bearing before it as trophies of victory tbcproud exultations of the successful contestants. Little did the venerable and erewhlle venerated editor of the New York Trib une foresee the result of this great civil conflict when he last Spring so con temptuously spumed the demands of America's women for tnelr National heritage. As wo sat in the Tribune of fice on that memorable May afternoon, chatting with the old gentleman whom wc all our life up to that time had hon ored as a philanthropic statesman ; and as we listened to his narrow notions of the broad principles of Democratic equality, so widely at variance with all our pre-conceived ideas of the man, upon tho walls of his sanctum dimly appeared to our imagination the prophetic words, mene, mcne, tekcl, vp- harsln! So the victory of the Republi can party has not surpri...

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. — 8 November 1872

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1S72. HOMENEWS. A discovery of cinnabar is reported in the vicinity of Harrisburg, in Liun county. Sixteen marringo licoiises were issued ly the County Clerk of Marion couuty, iu October. About 0-3,000 bushels of graiu have been stored at Harrisburg during the present season. Four thousand dollars taxes were col lected by the Sheriff of Marion county during October. The next session of tho Circuit Court for Wasco county will conimensc on the lSth instant. Fourteen divorce cases are on the docket for trinl at the approaching term of the Circuit Court for Polk county. The thirteen Norwegian families who arrived a short lime since have found homes in Benton and other counties, N. H. Cranor has resigned the May oralty of Albany and M. V. Brown, of the Democrat, has "caught" the office. There arrived at Roseburg, on last Saturday, tho first freight traiu passing over the railroad to that place. It coti- eisled of six cars all loaded. At the Nouember terms of the Circui...

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. — 8 November 1872

t - FRIDAY. NOT2BMEU S, 1S72. Two Sides of Lire. There Is a shady sWe of 1 ins. Ami a sunny sMe as well. And 'lis tor every one to say On whleh lierM ebose to d well. For every one onto lilmeli Commits n grievous sin. Who bns the Wesd sunshine ont, And shHls the shadows In. Tlie clouds may wear their saddest robes, The sun refuse to smile, And sorrow, with her troop or Ills, May threaten us the while; Bat Mill the cheerful heart has power A sunbeam to provide; And only tho whose souls are dark. Dwell on life's shady side. The Tin .Savings Bank. cjnaries .Lyiiioru was a yoiiiiir me chanic in good business. At the age of twenty-six he had taken to himself a wife, Caroline Eustis, the daughter of a neighbor, who had nothing to bring uut ncr own personal merits, which were many, and habits of thrift, learned in an economical household under the stem teachings of necessity. It was well, perhaps, that Charles Lvnford should obtain a wife of this character, since he himself found it hard t...

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. — 15 November 1872

UCS. A. J. DlilWAT. Editor asd Proprietor OFFICE Cor. Front nnd Stnrk Streets. TERMS, IN ADVANCE: A Journal forthcTeopIe. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Religion. Hvo to all Llvo Issnes, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing nnd Exposing tlio Wrongs ot tho Mosses. One year. Klx months Three months- -S3 00 -175 1 00 !- rvinrcnnndonts writlnc over assomedsdBaa- tures must make known their names In Ihe Editor, or no attention will be glvorf to their ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. TOIiTOEE II. 3? OTtmiuAJSTD , OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEJIBER IS, jVumber sr. communications. Free Ki-eecii, Fbee Press, Fkke Peoplk. Written for the New Northwest. The Ilermlt'n Story. A ROMANCE OF THE WILD CASCADES. DT STEP II EX XATBELL. "Lay down, Chinook! Come In, stranger ; Don't you be afraid of Cliihookg; HeMMnd o' cool towards strangers, Bat arn't qatte io bad as he look. "Yes, kind o' rough night out In the Cascades To stray and get Iot out Iram camp, Ilut you ...

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. — 15 November 1872

She feu Jtarihjuest FRIDAY. .X0VEI3MEK 15, 1S72. WILL YOU DO10Uii UUii ( I our first impressions of the lady were Now that the Republican party is ; not altogether favorable. She appeared certain of enjoying another four yearn' over-dressed, and her style was exces Administration of Governmental af-Lively theatrical, and not very graceful fairs, it is well for that party to forget its pride and exultation even in the first Hush of victory and begin in good, 1 honest, earnest endeavor the task of amending National shortcomings and correcting National abuses. First and foremost as a principle of Republican policy, the people arc urging the abolition of the appointive fran chise. This privilege carries in its train a long line of public abuses, over which the perplexed President has no control, but from the disposition of which, do he the best he may, much dissatisfaction will necessarily arise, for which he is often made to bear much unjust and un reasonable censure. Every office, fro...

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