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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 November 1872

FRIDAY.. -NOVEMBER 15, 1672. HOMEHEWS. The Escaped Nun liatl tremendous Bouses nt Salem. Tlie telegraph line is in operation to St. Joo on the Yamhill. ' The farmers ot Washington county aro all busy putting in grain. The firemen of Eugene City will have a great ball on Christmas. The Oregon Presbytciy at Salem ad journed sine die last Tuesday. TheState library has received mother volume of Patent Office Reports. The public school of Dallaslias been discontinued, in consequence of the lack of funds. Frank E. HixlRkin has resigned his position as local reporter on the Salem Statesman. The McKenzie Wagon Road Com pany's outlay for the past year amounts to $541 25; receipts, $240 SO. Miss Nellie Meacliam is the author ized collecting ahd soliciting agent for the Xbw Northwest at Salem. G. "V. Fletcher of Eugene City has been appointed and is now acting as route agent on the West Side railroad The second term of the La Creole AendetiYy oommonced on Monday, Nov 11. There were 180 pupils ...

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. — 15 November 1872

FBIDAY.k6vEBMEU 15,lS7i The Willow. O, willow, why foreverweep. As one who mourns an endless wrong ? What hlililen woe enn He so deep t What utter grief can last so long ? The Spring makes haste with step elate, Your life and beauty to renew; She even bids the ruses wait And gives her first sweet care to you. The weteome redbreast folds his wins To pour for you his freshest strain; To you the earliest bluebirds sins. Till all your light stems thrill again. The sparrow trills bis wedding song And trusts his tender brood to you; Fair flowering vines the summer long, AVlth clasp and kiss your beauty woo. The sunshine drapes your limbs with light, The rain braids diamonds in your hair. The breeze makes love to you at night Yet still you droop and still despair. Beneath your boughs at fall of dew By lovers' Hps Is sofllr told Tae tale that all the ages through Has kept the world rrom growing old. Bat still, though April's buds unfold. Or summer sets tne earth nicer, Or autumn planks your...

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. — 22 November 1872

MIW. A. J. ltlMH'AY. Kdilor and rroprlftor Ori'ICC-Cor. Trout nml Stnrli Slrc-els, TKItMS, IN ADVANCE: One roar. -Sift) Six months ... ITS TlirfceTnomh..., . 1 00 ADVKnTISEMEKTS.Inerwa on Iteftsonaule Terms. The I'llslit or the Rlrili. BT Aliri C A it Y. Last nisUt I sat bawd the pane, AihI beard ncntft the uiUt ot rain TIi'b wild WrJ twiner low, And thought bow won the lenrr ncats, Now warm wHIi little spMkled breasts. Would all he Ailed with J.nov. I wiw Hie -iem wet leifvo fit. And cried, God shield andjgave'ye all, Illsek birds, mid bluet nVid brown; And nil ye tribe at rHiHyliilngs, With Hntagson yournshen wines .Saltan ihvthMfeM down. And je with toji-knulii on your heads OferimMHi grains and warlat reds, And toncnex n wild and loud ; Rod save, I mid, in kindest autre, Keeliitfjre drift along the air I.1keaisei etiiod. And ye In jtrpy and ru-wei suits, Andye wtth rattle ullln'fliites Alwiot yoir nfcck nXlllne; "When April einlt lier laraiw ordew. To llRbrlterdarkened datxles t...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 November 1872

4 FRIDAY. -'NOVEMBER 22, 1872. STODAT EVEMG LECTURES. In compliance with the importunities of many friends, we have concluded to begin next week a course of Sunday evening lectures in the Oro Fiuo Thea ter, which "has been leased to us by Manager "VValdron for that purpose. It is known that, in addition to the many church-goers who have no meet ings of their own on Sabbath evenings, there are very many transient and reg-1 ular inhabitants of the city who seldom or never attend church anywhere. The object of these meetings is to gather such persons together to hear lectures upon moral, religious, scientific and so cial subjects; also to give all others an opportunity to hear Bible topics treated from an Independent and progressive stand-point. By special request, our first lecture of tho series will be upon "The Christ of Nazareth and the Christ of Christen dom." Congregational singing will bo a fea ture of these meetings as soon as we get them fairly inaugurated, and we ask everybod...

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. — 22 November 1872

FRIDAY.. ...NOVEMBER 22, I87i EOMENEWS. Pacific University has lSO"stulleuts! A reform school to bo established in this city. Albany has a city election one week from next Monday. John Burnett lias been appointed City Attorney for Corvallis. The mills at MeMinviIIe arc shipping large quantities of flour by rail to this place. About -jfifly, buildings have,, 5been creeled In Baker City during the past season. At Baker City on the 13th inst., the snow was six inches deep, and on the mountains a foot more. It is reported that jroFadden, lately sentenced to the Penitentiary from Linn county, is likely to die. Coos Bay ooal mines sent 20,103 tons of coal to San Francisco during the first ten months of this year. The fire ooinrny of Corvallis is to be presented with a beautiful banner, made by the ladles of that town. John R. Bcos has been appointed Commissioner of Deeds for this State, to reside atT3t Louis, Missouri. A little girl was poisoned the other day at La Grande by eating wheat ...

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. — 22 November 1872

s w ws-i vs-s. try; FRIDAY ..NOVEMBER 22, 1872. Xiibody" Dnrllnjr. Utile and wllid. nnd poor afid shy. Willi a downcast look in her Mft gray eye; No scornful toss ol n queenly head; Hut a drooping bend of the head Instead; . No ringing laugh aud no dancing feet, No subtle wiles and alwndon sweet. No Jewels eo-.ll-, ik garments fine She is nobody's darling bnt mine! "TVvllr Varden" cooueUlsh airs: No litch-ueeled booth to th row her down stairs; No ystchlng Jacket and nautical style, With a bailor hat that the calls her "Met" But "I-ady" Is stamped upon her quiet brow; And she crept Into my hesirt 1 can't tell how; Not made to dazxle not burn to shine Nobody' nobody" darling but mine! No saucy, ravishing, KtrlU.li grace. Hut a nettled calm on the sweet, iale ftiee; No sparklWg chatter and repartee; Very silent and still Is she. White and still my pearl of pearl, Yet she seemeth to me the queen of girls; It'll. 1 1 .A T Mint Ati.. For she's nobody's nobody's darling Irtit mine: She wo...

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. — 29 November 1872

3 -IL": HUS. A. J. DIMJVAT, Editor snd Proprietor OFl'ICE Cor. Tront and Stark Streets. TERMS, IK ADVANCE: One year. Mix months Three iuontli ADVHRTISBMEXTSInserted on Reasonable The Tntllng: rail. The stgulng, sobbing, (ad south wind riajg on my peaceful, placid brow. As o'er the dim and distant days Oryenrs or yore I linger now. The pitiless and pelttnsraln, Drlpis from Uie dark and dlney eaves, And, splashing In the puddles, plays At liWe and hunt with homeless leave. A red-lira wn robin bows beneath Tho grass-srown groundsill of my door, Bat Mag no more bis low, sweet sons Of shimmering sunshine as of yore. The barn-yard brutes the .burdened day Endure, as down the drowsy west The sombre atin, with uee unseen, Sinks slowly to bis saddened rest. A hurried horseman halts beside The sodden stile and shakes his cloak, IimoHBts and throw; the tangled rein Around a drenched and drooping oak. The oblekans cackle ut the crows; The crows caw round the gabbling geese; A bleating lambkin b...

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. — 29 November 1872

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1872 OUE SUNDAY EVENING LECTURE. The lecture at Oro Fino Theater on Sunday evening was largely attended, and proved successful far beyond our anticipations. As an impartial report from the local columns of the Herald is given elsewhere, it is not necessary even if it were admissible for us to say more. Our next lecture will be upon "The Social Svstem and Christianity." AHEADJ3F TIME. As the entire force of the Jsew Northwest wish to realize the full benefit of the good things of Thanksgiv ing, we issue the paper this week one day ahead of time. There is no other class of persons whose duties are so reg ular as are those of the newspaper staff! Editors and printers alike must endure the treadmill routine, and It is but fair when other people are ofl for a holiday, that they too should have their share of freedom. MBS. "WITHEEELL'8 SENSATIONAL DEAMA. "We were very sorry wc were out of the city when this play was upon the boards, and doubly so since the reporters 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. — 29 November 1872

Attest FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29, 1872. - "SOMENEWS. Baker City lias a local poet. Snow was ten inches deep at Fort ivianiatu last Week. La Grande precinct in Union county went unanimously for Grant and "Wil son. 'Uie Virtue quarts mill in Baker county is said to be running on very rich rock. Dr. AValts has begun a course of lec tures, 1G iu number, on the book of Revelations, nt Lafayette. The stages between Baker City aud ITmatilia and Boise City have lately been delayed on account of bad travel ing. George F. McCono has retired from the Corvallis Democrat. Mr. Head is now sole proprietor and will continue its publication. A fine school buildingor academy will be built atHillsboro next summer, add ing to the already growingprosperity of that village. Dr. Bayley informs theDanocrat that there is no foundation for the published report that the Orcgoii Central Military Jtoau company natl sold its land grant. The Corvallis Gazette has completed its ninth volume, and the editor will take a br...

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. — 29 November 1872

.NOVEMBER 29, 1S72. by ruke bluff. Two chubby bands with snowy tlaUcs filled, Upon a baby breast with pulses stilled; Solt golden rings around a forehead white. Two hluo eyes hid by waxen lids shut tight So short a way his little life-road led, So much of life seemed stretching on ahead; Heoame hut Just In time to sec the snow lias cone again belore the daises go. Sad tears fall on the little golden head. And on the toys and little empty lied; While up to God with wonder and with grief, A mother' aching heart turns for relief. Oh! God knows why his little life was done So soon, almost before it was begun: Vos know he died the while his soul was white As are the flowers his wee hands clasp to-night. Bellia's Victory. "Do you think George has ceased to love you, Nellie?" "I don't exactly mean that, Aunt alary. But certainly George has changed. There was a time when he never left home in the evening; now he never stays at home an hour after din ner." "It is a grave charge for so young ...

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. — 6 December 1872

MKS. A. J. BllVIWAY. Eiltor and Proprietor OFl'ICE-Cor. Front and Stnrlt Street TERMS, IK ADVANCE: One yohr. $3M 1 73 -100 Six mouths Three menthx.. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable Terms. The roiling Tall. As there were several errors In this poem lait week. It 1 re-published. En. Tlio sighing, sobbtnfr, ad south wind riays on my peaceful, placid brow, An o'er the dim and distant days Of years or yore I linger now. The pitiless and wiling rain Drips from the dark and dingy eaves. And, pushing in the puddles, plays At h We and hunt with homeless leaves. A red-brown robin bows beneath The grs-gnwm ground sill of my door, nut sings no more low, sweet son? Orshlmnierlng Miiishlne as ofyore. The bam-yrd brtitf the burdened day Endure, as down the drowsy west The fcombre sun, tvitb lace unseen, Sinks slowly to his saddened rest. A herrteS horseman haltsbeslde The sodden sHlef ind shakes his cloak, Dismounts and throws the tangled rein Around u drenched and drooping oak. The chickens...

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. — 6 December 1872

he "ilea &oiihwz$L mmiiTv DKCTMBER 6, 1872. DEATH OF HOEAOE GEEELET. Since the departure of the lamented Douglass, no man of this Nation has died peaceably in his bed whoseservices ti.n country could so illy afford to spare as Horace Greeley. Like Douglass, he had become a power of reform among the Democrats, and his place cannot be fillpd in another decade. J? or more than thirty years Mr. Greeley has been one of our most prominent public men As a journalist he has had no superiors aud but few equals. His ready pen vigorous mind and vivid imagination have left their impress upon our Na tion's history in deeds of ineflacable good. That he lias many times been erratic, making mistakes which have for a time dimmed tho glory of liis fame, but proves Jhat he was mortal But above all the blunders of his life time arises the grand and glorious and abiding truth that he lived to become indorsed by his bitterest enemies, the so-called Democracy of America. "What other man has iu his nat...

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. — 6 December 1872

glje feu Ifotiljmsi FRIDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1S72. HOHENEWS. Wallowa Valley, in Union county, is fast filling up. The snow has entirely disappeared from The Dalles. The railroad depot at Roseburg is rap idly Hearing completion. Wo acknowledge the receipt of Mc Coruiick's Almanac for 1ST3. The next term of the Willamette University will begin December 1G. The December term of the County Court for Clackamas commences next Thursday. The Good Templars of La Gaaude are making preparations to build a temper ance billiard room. During the month of November the SherifTof Marlon county collected $5,000 in the shape of taxes. Mr. Hand has purchased Major M. P. Berry's interest in the Mountaineer, at the Dalles, and is now sole proprietor. A valuable team, belonging to a man named Lovelace, was drowned Thurs-. day, the 2Sth inat., at the Stark street ferry in this city. S. J. McCormick, 105 Front street, offers for sale a very largo assortment of toys, fancy goods, books, etc., suitable for Holiday...

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. — 6 December 1872

FRIDAY. DECEMBER C, 1S72. "Home Wasn't IJitllt In n Day. BT ALICE CAST. The boy who Joes a Mrokc and stops yill ne'er ft great man be: r-rjK the aexregale ot single drops That makes the bea the sea. The mountain was not at Its birth A mountain, so to speak; The little atoms of Mind and eartli j lave made Its peak a peak. Not all nt once the morning streams The gokl above the tfra y; m tliousand Utile yellow gleams That make the day the day. Not from the snowdrllt Slay awakes In purple' and greens; Spring's whole bright retinue it takes To make her queen of queens. Upon the orchard rain must tall. And nek from branch to root. Ami blowoms bloom and fade withal, Before the fruit Is fruit. The farmer seeds must sow and till. And wall the whenten bread, Then cradle, thresh, and go to mill liefore the bread Is bread. SwWt lieelR may get the early shout, Bui spite of all the din. It Is the patient Itoldlng out That makes the winner win. Make this your motto, then, at start. Twill help to s...

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. — 13 December 1872

MBS. A. J. DrvWWAT.f EiltorWlBfl rroprltlor A Journal for the People. llcvotcd to the Intcrestsor Humanity;. Indopendcnt-In Politics and Iicllgion. Alive, to all'Uve Issues, and Th'tftiodghly Radical In Opposlngand ErposlnsthoJfrongs ot the Masses. . - OFl'ICE-Cor. Front nnd StarUJ Streets. TEItMS, IX ADVASOE: One yoar K!x months Three months.. .$3 00 .. 175 -MO Free Speech, Free Tress, Fbee PEorir. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures must make known their names to, tho Editor, or na attention will bo given to their ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable 2? OTiTJO A.2NTD , OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1872. NUMBER 31. communications. xvth ic m 1 1 : m i is m it jm it m n uim itt,m 1 t m it m 111 iifv n rr -m ie.w SONOBAJIEWITT.., BY SIKS. SUSIE WITIIERELU Entered. according lo.tbAet of Congress, In me year 1SK, by Mrs.Kus4 Wltheroll.ln the Or- flee of the Librarian of OoBsrew at Washington .ity.J CIIAPTEK XXXUL PLOTS AND OOCJtTEIIPLOTS. An soon as Hard Heart bad finished ...

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. — 13 December 1872

FRIDAY.. DECEMBER 13, 1872. OUB SUNDAY EVENING LECTUBE. These lectures, which began as a sort of experiment, over which we felt many solicitious misgivingfi, are succeeding so far beyond our bumble expectations that we have decided to continue them as long as they are largely attended, or at least until our necessary home de mand for bread and become so urgent as to compel us to absent oursclf from the city for weeks together. Our main source of revenue during the past year has been derived from village lectureB. Everybody knows there is no money in a weekly newspaper outside of its ex penses, neither are the collections sufll cient in city lectures to more than de fray expenses of hall, advertising, light and fuel; but our heart is in this city work, and just as long as we can afford It, we shall be found regularly at our post. "We have contracted for printed cards for the audience, containing appropriate Sunday evening hymns, which arc- to be sung to good old tunes in whici everyb...

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. — 13 December 1872

FRIDAY..... DECEMBER. 137l87i HOMEJTEWS. There will bo a grand ball and supper at Harrinburgon Christmas. Head the advertisement of Harper's Magazine in another column. AVe can now enjoy the pleasure of a ride upon a wwt railroad fur ten cents. We'll take supper with our friend Sprenger, at tlie St. Charles, and writo him up grandly, when he sends In his ad. The lows of the Oregon City manufac turing company by the late fire is $31, 530 51. All the Sunday Sokools of Ilillsboro will unite in the approachingChristmns festivities. Dr. J. "W. Watts liae, we learn, been appointed Postmaster of Lafayette, vice R. J j. Simpson, resigned. The new Court House at Hillsboro is finished, except the seating, and is a credit to Washington county. A. Ferrer has a fine stock of family groceries, etc., at his store on Front sr., between Yamhill and Taylor. Dr. Hill has succeeded in raising about S20,W0jfnr-the- endowment of the Baptist College at McMinnville. Hie Albany Collegiate Institute opened o...

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. — 13 December 1872

FRIDAY.. -DECEMBEH 13, 1872. The Result. The man who cheats the printer Out of n single cent 'Will never reach .he heavenly land Where old Elijah went. He will not Rain admittance there; By devils he'll be driven. And made to loaf his time away Oubttde the wall of heaven. Without a man to great him. Without a iitatfanterin. Tlie lianplneMi that ha will reap Will Ue almighty thin. A Middle-Aged Love Story. TJiev had come, a little group of friendly faces, to watch me oil, with wavinir handkerchiefs and kindly cood- byes; and I stood on the stern, nodding auu waving oacK, uu tne steamer swept clown ine river out 01 meir signt. I knew I should have their prayers that tlie great sea might be gentle with me; I knew they would watch tlie weather, and look for tlie telegram of tlie arrival or our snip; yet 1 knew 1 was taking nothing from their lives, and that they each would go home hardly missing me; so it was with no great wrench of heart that I saw tlie pilot put on lrom us, aim toon 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. — 20 December 1872

i &ht m m m m MRS. omCE Cor. Front nod Stark Streets One year- Six ninMtli- Ttiree months- ADVERTISBMBWrSInsehcUon Reasonable Tlie DlrRC oTtlic Sea. . t-nlm, and placid, and treacherous sea! O. glorious, beautiful, shimmering ea! Hoi I on in thy majetty, now and forever! Chanting the dlrse r the myotic Forever. I look from my window this radiant nfglit )-er thy wlerd want of waters, traaseendently bright AVI tli the BhiiiiinT of stars ami the mm ljeaittfi white slow. As pure a If lent from the wlW wattes or Know, Which on mountains I e from afar o the As they keep t-nd time with the kttlp'sgrnce- nil motion. O, tell me, tliou mourning and sorrowing sea Thou mlKhly, m.ij-'.ic andtnagteal sea Whence calm- thoti.und where art tbou goin;, forever 'banting the dirsr of the nystle FwverT W.'ll keepest llimi thy ect, and mortal like me May learn not thy story, thou md, walling sen. Js it vain that I aek thee? Ah, ever thy moan Ji chanted all over in a wild monotone; And thou morkixi ni...

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. — 20 December 1872

FRIDAY ZlDECEaiBER SO, 1S72. SUNDAY EWP LECTURES. The interest in these lectures continu ally increases. -Each audience is larger than the preceding one, and the atten tion and good order that characterize the meetings are extremely gratifying. Hut we are not at all satisfied with our own efforts. We have neither time nor opportunity for any sort of preparation for them, so the goou people viio so kindly listen receive only the sponta neous inspirations of the occasion, should prosperity ever smile on us sufft cicntly to relievo us from financial em barrassment, we can then do better, but while the 2sew Northwest must eat its hundred dollars weekly or "run its face" for the deficit, we are not at ease in mind or body. Friends of progress, of religion, of humanity and freedom, we appeal to you to sustain our enter prise. Our efforts benefit humanity far more than ourself. Shall wo be enabled to continue them, or must we fall back upon our employment of millinery and merchandise and a...

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