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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 20 December 1872

F I1IDAY DECEMBER 20, 1S72. HOMEKEWS. Ailiaiiy I to liave a oily hall build 11!'-'. Tlif farniMS of Linn county soli their ihr:it f.tr6Scfe. II, -. Father "Waller anil G. nines '. "...til ill at ralW. .-i. i- are l..-iug taken toereclaMa .)iie temple at Oorvallis. Hi. re are iV scholars in attendance at, tin- Seminary at Oregon City. A Mlver and lead ledge has recently 1m . ii discowie.1 ou the Clackamas river. The CVnimisioiM;r of Union" county have purchased a safe for the use of the ('.unt Treasurer, (.overnnit'iit la ml disposed of inDoug l.i-. enmity tiurins the last two years f ".is up30(i,:ill acres. Wheat at Harrixburg is selling at 05 i cuts per l.u.-liel, equal to about 97 at lhi place, delivered in sacks. Tlie Alliiiny Ihiuocrat says Hon. N. II. Cranor'- la-t words were: "Give rue a, lift help me over the precipice, and I .wll soon be home." The Dcmvcrnf says Hiat the report of a ,-earcity of feed for Block In Eastern Oregon doe.-, tiot apply to linker, Grant, I uiatilla ...

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. — 20 December 1872

5 4 a I X fJ I FRIDAY DECEMBER 20, 1S72. Better tUnn Gold. Bettor than grandeur, better than i gold. Than rank; ana tines aui; And share h Is Joy with a genial glow. With sympathies large e nous 11 . All men as brothers, Is better than goiu. Better than gold Is a n'f"3efi, si,ere Thouch toiling fr bread lu a liuinuie annexe, , SSSbfy btalt with "i?lIl,SS?tt1. rntrl.Kl b the lul f cares and wealth. I,,wiv mlngand lofty thought Adorn and ennoble a poor man s cot. For mind and morals In Nature' plan Are the genuine mt of a gentleman. Better than gold In the sweet repose. of the sons of loll when their labors close; Better than gold Is the poor man's sleep: And the balm that drojihon his slumbers deep, Brings Bleeping draughts to the downy lied Where luxury pillows his aching head; His simple opiate labor deems A hhorter road to the laud of d reams. Better than gold Is a. thinking mind, That In the realm of books can find A treasure surpassing Australian ore. And live srlth the great an...

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. — 27 December 1872

tlaT'iinsw ajaMMslMi immmttHKtttmmmm aiwiiiin -uaMi'' n " r J '(! . iv,hm' m .yaaasrr-' A Journal forjtliareople. - IJevotctitoJ&aatcrestsof Unmaaiiv: T J Indcpendent'ln.ollIIcarand-RBllgion. Mlve to all Live Issues, nnd Thoroughly Radical fn Opposing and Exposing tfie Wrongs trriCn-.Cor.r Froiit,mul..Stnrk ..Strerti, TTRMS. IK j)J.NCa: One yenr. , .., i sftrrH. r oi the grasses. 1.0 ' j Six month XlirtH- montus... Frex Speech, Fr.KK Vntss, Fncc Pror-tn Cor orresppntJnt writing oyerassumedIgna'; es mnst make .known, their names to the tnppn nmsL make.known. their Etlltor.or no attention will Bi given lortlfilr TiVF.imSKENTBilfntl on Reasonable VOLU3IE II- POT"tcril.AjNI; OREGON, 3TKIIA."Sr, DECEMBER Sir, lr. Jt-rillil. - eommmileatiohi? " ijw 1 75 by t. r.roiiAViKSc RRAtir- Fiom a beautiful lake in tMltlfmnttiln ' Two rivnl.'s emne down, j With a rn-tl.- and il niter I ike ribbon of bine lty Uelle:ii- hre.-e blown. J' (IVr bods of golden lnf In the shadow of rrx-k They turni: ti...

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. — 27 December 1872

FRIDAY.... .DECEMBER 27, 1S72. SEGULAELEOTUEES. The usual lecture at Oro Pino Hall was omitted last Sunday evening in consequence of the excitement over the fire. On next Sunday evening tbe con clusion of our subject, "Amusements Tbeir Uses and Abuses," will be given, and we hope to meet all our old bearers and as many now ones as the Hall will possibly accommodate. HOLIDAY JffiEETING. uiic lesuvities ot tlie Holidays are upon us iu tho fullness of tbeir force. Many are tbe hearts that arc made glad by tbe munificence or tbougbtfulness of loved ones at home and abroad, and many, alas, are tho souls that are deso late because poverty and sickness bring to them no joy or gladness. Ict us re joice with those tbnt Are glad and la ment with those who mourn. And now, dear patrons, one and all, the New Southwest greets you witli a desire that each may see "many happy returns of tbe season." AVc hope you have .all bad presents, beautiful and bounteous; that each has remembered some person l...

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. — 27 December 1872

J ; jic Item jjprffywest TPAY. HOMEHEWS. reasle are very prevalent in Salem. ;alemcmititiKvUer wooftn factory ong its pwwpecte- rhe average attendance at tlie imbllc 100I3 of Salem is 242. '-niwjna Academy 1 71 students. . Academy at Af-Maml has 140. riic new oiisUini liouse ami jMt office Astoria will soon be completed. The public schools of Salom have be u tlie new term with -very full rolls. Fanners of Linn county publish a 1! for the organization of a Farmers' dl. i:. (almliti & Co. have risen from tho aincs and are now established under .ho Fino Tliealer. The Statesman says the Board of jualixfttion is again Irani at work i awing per diem. A Marion county Adoni of seventeen ius ln't-n led to the altar by a widowed Wnu.- of thirty-five. Christian College, Monmouth, claims a larger number of scholars than any ! other school in tiie State. Calisthenics and oxeepifc with dumb 1'illsliave been introdnced In the course .f studies at the "Willamette University. O. W.Traver, who vf...

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 December 1872

Made oIOUhhtV BV A. 'A. TOE. mt arc you mad 3r, Maggie, dear T" Maggie turns from Rover, . With theetrltf est reverence, (Just lnHSrrandma over, In tlx lriHt, bluest eyes, ltek nfrmmy lashes, Wldle the earn est answer climes, "Mi efflaat and ashes." 'What you made of, Johnnie, boy?" Hoy stands still a minute; KilierCs any mfchlef round. He' the owe that's In it. "I ain't dirt!" His brown eye gleam, And he arelily reaches Toward the basket's winy board, "Ouew rm cream and eaclies." What you made of, Taddie, pel V Taddle's eyes are glowing. Two villi? bands push back the curl", Two white teeth are showing; And tlie smiles, they twinkle round I.Ike a band of blisses ; "Cue they takes 'era, all the time, 'Sped I's made of klses." A Girl in a Garden. Tho garden needed hoeing badly. JTot the flower garden that had been kept neat and trim all along, by flower-loving Kate; but the vegetables, from the rauisn-Deu to tne remotest potato-bill, were getting overrun witn weeus. This difference w...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 January 1873

$m $&tt i)nt0t IMS. A. J. I)U.Mn'Ai'. iMHor ana l'roprlctor A Journal for the 1'eople. Devoted to tho Ihterens of Unmasiltr. IndermIont InTolltlcs and ReUtfon. Alive to all Llvo -Issues, and Thoraoghly OrrrCK Cr. front nml Stnrk Slrrcls, TERMS, IK ADVANCE : luuiicai inuppostnganuKxpoarnfthe ot the Mosses. One year. Six moKtln - 1 7 Three month- -160 Fp.ee Speech, Fkee Tress, Fkee People. Correspondents writing overaammedi tn res must make known their names w. ADVKiraSEMEXTS Intertad on IteiwonaWe Terms. FOTtXIVira, OREGON, FRIDAY, .JANUARY 3, 1873. Editor, or no attention will be siren to their NTDIBER communication'. Tlic While Slnvc. A Tjtmdon newspaper fys that tlve master tailoni pay only flnwn rctiee, or thirty cents, for nuking a coat, and then the poor seam stresses have to find tbelr own thread. A thousand Mitclie by night or day; Atlin:inil y itches for Iwtad; A thouaiul vtit-hp! a penny the pay. And out or it find the threat!. I Ml of the poor white lve For FntJ.imv a ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 January 1873

JANUARY S, 1S73. Xcw Tear" Address. Again we greet the. laJ N w Year, An down the rapid stream of Time, The uaont Itlkle, and JK1 th"T ,laee' All headtesaof tlw Host o dear. Tootberctn the march KuWIme. The clock strikes t welv; without, the rain In eeascles torrent downward poors, 'Wltlle, as if holding carnival Exultant o'er a world In pain, 1 he loud wind in mad frenzy roar. Abroad prim darkness dwells; the atorm. Fit emblem of Earth's mot lier-ih roes Reigns with an undisputed sway; While Silence with bar unseen form A round me in wlerd circles goes. But to! with eyes of faith I scan The distant Orient, where the Sun, t In his effulgence grand, Illume The landscapes, seas ami homes of man, Gilding with gladness every one. The glowing light creeps on apace; The clock strikes one ; then two, three, Jour; Columbia's eastern shores, aglow From mountain top to lowly place. With glad acclaim, now greet the hour. I dreamed just now of days of yore. When youth and hope tome were sweet. ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 January 1873

Fill DAY JAKUARY 3, 1ST8. HOMEREWS. Salem meditates the purchase of a steam fire engine. Baker City prop6&es to have a fire en gine and three cisterns. Many of the counties are paying in their State taxes at Salem. It is reported Uwit the woolen mills at Oregon ily are soon to be rebuilt. AV. II. ( ui ter, of the Corvallis Gazelle, will puLli-.li a Benton County Alma nac. A new post oiWee, to be called Coos, will be established at the forks of C003 river. Swollen streams greatly interfere with military operations against the Modoep. The Gr!',- rejoices that Lafayette land tltk- are now settled. No cloud hangs over them. The man who forgets to advertise don't know his business. Keep your self before the public A. G. Walling is established for the present in the Herald building, corner Pront and Washington sts., up-siaire.; The Salem Water Company has re cently laid nearly three-quarters of a mile of wooden water mains of their own manufacture. The "Poet Laborer" (Stephen May bell...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 January 1873

FRIDAY JANUARY 3, 1S73. eyes A Kiss nt tlic Door. We were standing In the doorway My little wife and I The colden sun upon her lioir Fell down so silently. . A small white hand uin my arm, What coum ,ili Than the kindly " As ue Kissou i Who cares for wealth, or land, or gold. OrfSnTor matchless po.rer? It does not clre the hardness or lust one little hour. With one wIk loves me as her life And sal's "she loves me more" Aud I thought she did this morning, As she kissed me at the door. At times It seems that all the world, With all It wealth and cold. Is very poor and small Indeed Compared with what I hold: And when the clouds hang crim and dark, I only wait the more, For one who waits my coming step To kiss me at the door. If she lives till aire sliall scatter The frosts upon her head, I know she'll love me lust the same As the morning we were wed; But irthc angels call her. And she goes to Heaven lefore, I shall know her when I mett her. For she'll kiss me at the door. "Would T had ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 January 1873

it." J" i'"wv-i-r'mj- ' - -- J.' 1 'J H y." II I - ' JUIS. A. J. IHTMWIV lMlfA.. - t.r4r a A Journalfer the People. KdmUelntemuoriiumani.,. ' Independent-ln reHtletaaa Hellion. Alive to air Llvo James, and Thwoagkly - . ... "miiwi ituu varietur UrviOR-Cor. l'ront aud Stnrk Streets. TBRMf?, IX AUVAXCB : itnuicai m urposingana Hz posing tti One yew. oi the Masses. Six month IS CO ITS 100 Three smmMul. IT.ee Speech, Free Press, Fkee People. Correspondents writing; nm n nwntim tares must make known their naateg-b the Editor, or no attention vriU be xlura astheir ADVEKT18KMEN1BlMrtedofi Reasonable VOLTDIE XI. rOlilVISTD, OREGON. FKIBAY, JVIVUJRY lO, 1873. NirarBER 31 communications. 1 www I For Uie New North wa. IVn It a Spirit; by joitn a. mnuK. Once, at the hour of nightfall, A I listened to the rain latterltg down with llRhtfall Against my window-jiane, I felt a soft, sweet touch Of a hand within nay own, And saw one I loved much. Who had long been dead ami gone; And on the next day m...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 January 1873

PRIDAY JANUARY 10, 1S73. SUNDAY EVEimiG LEOTUEES. Oro Fino Hall was thronged last Sun day evening by an attentive and intelli gent audience, among whom were many of our most prominent citizens, all gathered to hear, and, if possible, learn of "The Future Life." We cannot for bear mentioning one serious annoyance on this occasion; and we hope never to have cause to advert to it again. We allude to the presence of of rude, unruly boys, who clamber up and down the stops? exchange whistling signals and go in and out among the people, thereby causing confusion. These boys are in variably the children of mothers who "have all the rights they want;" moth ers who are too strictly religious, many of them, to attend our ministrations, an(k yet others who are so intensely oc cupied with fashion and folly that they let their boys run loose on the streets to get rid of them. We are proud to say that the boys of our Woman Suffrage friends are invariably quiet and orderly. Their mothers are always...

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. — 10 January 1873

FRIDAY -JAKUAKY 10, 1873. HOMEJEWS. Bakor City is to have a pest bouse. Roseburg is going to build a city ball anujan. Several cases ofsmallpox are reported in uaKer oountjj, "Wood thieves and measles are among uie amicUous or Salem. A number of buildings are in course or erection in Baker City. The Hood in the river having subsided the Salem mills Lave again started. The railroad suit at Salem baa been continued until sometime this week. II. A. Johnson, Postmaster of Jeffer son, has resigned. Dr. Smith is his suc cessor. Salem claims the belt as the city tba.t pays most for gas. Tho price there is S3 per thousand. B. Hamburger, of the San Fraucisco j Dry Goods Store, has removed to 131 ' First st. Call ami see him. j One brig, one bark and fourteen schooners arrived at Coos Bay during the last week in December. Eighty-four marriage licenses were is sued from the Clerk's office of Lane county during the yenr 1S72. The Supreme Court met at Salem on lost Monday morning. The term will ...

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. — 10 January 1873

....JANUAItY 10, 1S73. Ftor the New Northwest. Homesick. JST XKS. K. II. TAYLOR. O. raattier, how I long to-night To sit bm at thy feet, A -id listen, In days ofokl, lo thy -voice, eo strangely sweet. I know yoor bawl would gently htroke .My pulsing temples o'er, Aud pern would vanish at tby touch As 1b Um days or yore I'd Jed that silent sympathy Year words could ne'er Impart, A you held mo gently In your arms, Clo?e to your throbbing heart. POBTLANU, Dec 29, 1S72. For the New Northwest HOW I WAS00NVEBTED. BY CLARICE VEEXOS. It waB a cold, blustering evening, the first Tuesday in November, 18. I bad been riding all day, visiting my uumer ous patients, it being a season when scarlet fever held dread sway. Tired, cold and hungry, most welcome was the cozy room, blazing fire and well spread table at which I sat together with my wife and Miss Elder, the village school- misirem. "Far be it from me," I remarked, as my wife poured out my second cup of tea; "for be it from mo to desiro or ...

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. — 17 January 1873

I 1 , MBS. A. J. 1HJ.WWAT, Editor nnl Proprietor OrriOK-Cor. Front mul Stnrk Streets. A Journal for the People. j Dovotcd to tho Interests of ITaiaaaity. Independent in PoUt!3 and TTslhjua. AIlvo to jail- Live Issues, and Thnismhlj Radical in Opposing and Exposing tba Wresjgs of the Masses. TEP.MS, IN ADVANCE: One year Six month. .$3 00 Three wmlht. 1 00 Free Speech, Fkke Tress, Free People. Correspondents writing overt tares must raako kiioAi their names te the Editor, or no attention will he given to their ADVRRXISE M ENTS Inserted on Reasonable VOLUME II. 3? OTtTJC AJiVD , OREGON, FKIDAY, .TAVIST! AJRY 1, 1873. ISTTMBEIt 3C. xerms. communications. In the IVood. The son Is savage in sultry Irollows, Tlie liill-lde qui vera with pulsing heat; With dnwy winirs the drooping swallow Are dotting the fence that lines the afreet. I leave ih town villi IU hundred noises. It clatter and whU of wheel and steam, For woodland quiet and silvery voices. With a forest camp hy a crystal ktreum. O...

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. — 17 January 1873

..JANUARY 17, 1873 SUNDAY EVENING LECTUEES. Tlio lecture upon Industrial Schools having opened up to our mind a much broader field for consideration than we bad at first anticipated, and the subject seeming to excite a remarkable degree of interest in the large and intelligent audience, wo yielded to the public re quest of a friend and announced a con tinuation of the subject for nextSunday evening. "We hope to see as usual a very full attendance, as wo have much to say that vitally concerns the citizens of this community. QUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. We have kept silent during the furore of the past ten days concerniug the School Board imbroiglio, and have nothing to say about it now, except that if women were to deport themselves In any official capacity, as one of our Directors is reported to have done, that men would say, and with much show of reason, that women were too excitable for self-government. But there is one action of the School Board which the daily papers have not deemed wort...

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. — 17 January 1873

FRIDAY : JANUARY 17, 1873. HOMEJJEWS. The RoselMirg 'J'mtagraph Is out again. Fifty-one marriagos in Jackson county last year. AVhoopliigoough is prevalent in Doug las county. "Wheat commands 75 cents per bushel in SHverlon. At McMiiirivillc the price of wheat is 00 cents per ItiMriiel. The legal fraternity is numerously represented In Salem at present. A crowded house greeted Miss Deniu on last Friday evening, it being the oc casion of her benefit. TUe Guard wants the ladies of Engcne to tahe the University subscription in hand and canvass for it. Cupid reigned in Polk county during 1S72, ami 103 couples bowed their necks to the yoke of matrimony. An amateur troup performing at Ore gon City gives general satisfaction, but the audiences are rather slim. The motive power of the grist mill at Prairie City, Grant county, Is water from a hot spring, which prevents any stop page from a freeze up. J. H. Vinson will have a benefit this (Friday) evening, at the Theater, when "Uncle Tom's Ca...

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. — 17 January 1873

4 FJITDAY.. ....JANUARY 17, 1673. Discords, It had some grata of truth at least, That feble or the Sybarite, r or whom, because-one leal was creased, The roue-strewn couch had no delight; 1 1 hlnk not even sanguine youth Expects it (told wltliout alloy; But this l still the sober truth; A little pain can mar much Joy. Tlx pity, that one thwarting thought, Une adverse chance, one sudden fear Or sharp regret, can turn to nought The fall content that seemed to near! But this strange life of ours abound Vltu notes so subtle, they afford A thousand discords and harsh sounds For one harmonious perfect chord. Marrying "Without Love. BT ELKANOIt KIRK. No greater mistake can, probably, be made no mistake in the whole catecorv of mistakes so mischievous so produc tive of misery as the endeavor to force the young people under our control, to cut and fit their lives by the pattern we have found by careful manipulation, by alterations innumerable, to suit us. Our children must "work out their ow...

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. — 24 January 1873

- . A.. . t MUS. A. J. 1IILMWAT, IMllor ana froprlttor OFFICECor. Front nud Stark Street. . TBHSIS, IX AUVAXCE: flr. SIX monlUa , , t Three months S3fO -175 -100 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable lenns, Over the I'roni tlic I'oor-irousc. BY RACHEL A. SMITH. A SEQUEL TO "OVER THE HILL TO THE POOR- HOUSE" BY WILL M. CARLTON Over the lilll at the poor-house, In the twilight t-9 dim and so gray, A woman Is quietly lying, And breathing her life a war. All alone In the sick-ward, With nobody near to ak, And no one to care but Our Hither, Who hea petit tlte prayer he said: "Ood bless tltee, my heartteK children; They can't help hut feel remorse, When they look at the shroud and white wind ing That cerera my stiffened eorse. They'll some ou 'em eoine to the funeral My Charley and his pretty wile And they'll with, as they cry by my coffin, That 1 could ooine back to life. "Farewell to my deareat children, I did Just the bent I could; I know that I ratted tn all thrifty, I tried hard to r...

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. — 24 January 1873

I jy u ! FRIDAY. JANUARY 34, 1873. SUNDAY EVENING LEOTUEES. The subject chosen for the next and ninth or the series is "The Special Mis sion of. "Woman." Everybody invited. GALL I0E A WOMAN SUFPEAGE CONVENTION. At a meeting of the Multnomah County Woman Sufirage Association, held on the 15th of January, 1873, it was decided to call a mass meeting of the friends of Woman Suffrage in the State of Oregon and Territory of Washington, to be held in Portland on the 14th and 15lh days and evenings of February, 1S73. The object of tin's Convention is to organize a State Society, that there may be more united action and influ enee In the work. Now is the time for firm, persistent, energetic action, and wo earnestly urge the friends to make an effort to be presenand participate in the deliberations. We wish to organ ize a permanent State Society, to meet once In each year, and we also urge the formation of auxiliary County Societies, to meet whenever they may choose, Eminent speakers and essa...

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